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CROP Hunger Walk to take steps against poverty

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Bud Hawkins is hoping to raise $10,000 Sunday with the Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty (CROP) Hunger Walk. Hawkins, and his wife, Jeanne, are the walk coordinators for East Lincoln. They have been involved in the walk for years. Last year, the walk raised $8,800 and had 161 participants. Hawkins…

Around Town 10/20/2010

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DIABETES FOOT CARE Gwen McBee and Pam Huffstetler will present a program on Diabetes Foot Care and Shoes at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Dogwood Room of Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln. For more information, call (980) 212-6037. FORUM AND DEBATE The East Lincoln Betterment Association will hold an electoral forum and…

Blackburn Reunion

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Preparation increases chances of gardening success

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We’ll be starting our newest Master Gardener training course in late October. In addition to conveying information, I try to teach the students in the class a way to think about horticulture. Let me see if I can explain what I mean. When gardeners fail, it’s frequently because they haven’t…

Around Town 10/18/2010

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NAACP MEETING The Lincoln County branch of the NAACP will hold a meeting at 6:30 p.m. today (Monday) at Oak Lawn School. The nominating committee will announce its recommended slate of officers for 2011-12. SQUARE DANCING The Lincoln Squares will hold an open house for square dancing lessons at 7:30…

Carpenter, LeDoux Engagement

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Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott Carpenter announce the upcoming wedding ceremony of their daughter, Larkyn O`Neill Carpenter to Joseph David LeDoux, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Joseph LeDoux. Larkyn attended UNC-Greensboro and the Paul Mitchell School. She is a Junior Executive with the Paul Mitchell School in Charlotte. David…

Lincoln County Schools honored

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Notable News

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Lincoln County participants attending the North Carolina Senior Games in Raleigh on Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and Oct. 2 included Bob Hodges, Vivian Hodges, Phyllis Keener, William Keever, Charles Mize, Libby Mize, Richard Sides and Sue Jane Sides. The following prizes were given: Bob Hodges earned first place in woodturning.…

Window treatment seminar to benefit Christian Ministry

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A no-sew window treatment seminar takes place 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Comfort Inn in Lincolnton. “Ladies that sew come, and they get lots of great ideas, but I especially want those ladies who have never sewn a stitch in their life,” said Janis Martin, creator of…

Taste of Lincoln

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