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Wedding – Morrison, Ingle

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Wendy Dawn Morrison and Garrett Michael Ingle exchanged marriage vows November 1, 2009 at Mull`s Chapel. Rev. Percy officiated the 2 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Garry and Ann Morrison of Vale. Grandparents are Donald and Maxine Morrison. She is currently attending CVCC for Elementary Education. She…

Family Dollar opens its second Lincolnton store

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Family Dollar, offering items for less than $10, has opened a second location in Lincolnton. The new store, boasting 8,700 square feet, offers a full assortment of expanded consumable products, such as household and food products, many from name-brand companies that are found in national grocery stores. The difference is…

December to be finale for Denver music store

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Buffy and Stewart MacSherry have decided to close their store, Notable Music, on Dec. 31. “As all of you well know, we are in the midst of one of the worst economic times on record,” Buffy MacSherry stated in an e-mail to customers and friends. “People are coping with sometimes…

Downtown salon expands business

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Despite the economy, Michelle Leotta, owner of Color Me Pretty says business couldn’t be better and she has the space to prove it. Color Me Pretty, a stylish boutique and hair salon in the heart of Lincolnton, recently expended to the space next door. “We have gotten such a great…

Around Town 11/27/2009

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BABYSITTING The Hills Chapel United Methodist Church youth are offering to baby-sit infants through fifth-graders while parents are shopping for the holidays. The cost is $10 per child for up to 4 hours and $20 per child for more than 4 hours. Proceeds will benefit youth programs. Walk-ins are welcome…

Church Activities

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BREAKFAST BUFFET Daniel’s Lutheran Church, located at 3170 Reepsville Road in Lincolnton, will have a breakfast buffet from 7-10 a.m. Saturday in the church fellowship hall. All proceeds will benefit the church building fund. For more information, call the Rev Ted Bost at (704) 735-8034 or Vickie Lewis at (704)…

Around Town 11/25/2009

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BABYSITTING The Hills Chapel United Methodist Church youth are offering to baby-sit infants through fifth-graders while parents are shopping for the holidays. The cost is $10 per child for up to 4 hours and $20 per child for more than 4 hours. Proceeds will benefit youth programs. Walk-ins are welcome…

Brown moves Beach Bingo business to NorthGate

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Caroline Brown has been playing Bingo since she was a little girl. Often, she would go with her mother every Saturday to play Bingo. Brown would take home winnings of bubble gum, toys and games, while her mother simply took home the joy of spending cherished moments with her daughter.…

Thanksgiving help from ELCM

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It has been a tough year for Myra Miller. The Maiden resident was laid off her job last December and has not been able to find work. She has mulched leaves to make a few extra dollars, but it is not enough to support her 18-year-old son, a student who…

New location, new owners for Red Rooster

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Cecilia and Frank Digh are the new owners of Red Rooster, a furniture and home dйcor store. John Henkel, and his wife, Lynn, opened Red Rooster in February 2008, but decided to retire and sold the business to his sister, Cecilia Digh. The couple, both retired, were looking for something…