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Around Town 8/27/2007

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G.R.A.C.E. SINGLES First Baptist Church of Lincolnton will screen the movie “A Perfect Stranger” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6. The movie is a G.R.A.C.E. singles event. Pizza will be served as refreshment. The church’s Fall Bible Study will resume at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11. Bible study will be…

Coast to Coast having fun with their kind of songs

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When people think of beach music, they may conjure up images of Myrtle Beach, circa 1955. But there’s a group of guys right here in Lincolnton who are doing their best to put beach music back on center stage. The band is called Coast to Coast, and the guys are…

Band fundraiser

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Lincolnton Fire Department celebrating 100th anniversary

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Lincolnton Fire Depart-ment celebrates 100 years of service, dedication and history this year. Officials will hold an open house ceremony for the public to view the depart-ment’s scrapbook, exhibited items and the facility in celebration of this milestone event. Before the organization of the Lincolnton Volunteer Fire Department, there was…

Around Town 8/24/2007

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PRESCHOOL SLOTS Asbury United Methodist Church Preschool has openings for 4-year-old children. For more information, call (704) 748-2201. HOMECOMING Former members, friends and relatives of Antioch United Methodist Church in Crouse are welcome to the annual homecoming on Sunday. The church is located off of N.C. 150 in Crouse. Guest…

Open and ready for business

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Visiting at Tucker`s Grove

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Gospel comedy set for Saturday

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Despite being billed a gospel comedy, “What Will Be” tackles serious issues including alcoholism and greed. The musical, which is being put on by Entertainment for God Productions, will be performed Saturday at First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall in Lincolnton at 5:30 p.m. The play is a sequel to “God…

100th Birthday

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New hospital cost issues loom

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Hundreds of thousands of dollars are expected to be added to the cost of a proposed $85 million hospital as state officials mull over whether a new health center is needed in Lincoln County. Almost one month after their initial request was denied, Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln officials attended a crucial…