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Around Town 6/9/2008

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FAMILY REUNION The 55th reunion of the L.W. “Lightfoot” Williams and Rebecca Bragge Hoyle family will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Bethlehem United Methodist Church’s fellowship hall in Cherryville. A business meeting will follow the picnic lunch. Everyone is asked to bring a well-filled picnic basket. FALL REGISTRATION…

Celebrating the Battle of Ramsour’s Mill

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Hog Happenin’

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Around Town 6/6/2008

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ANTIQUE CAR EVENT The Freedom Road Rally touring group can be viewed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the C. Grier Beam Truck Museum, 111 N. Mountain St., Cherryville. This annual antique car touring event will start and end in Charlotte and will cover roughly 1,200 miles. Participants…

Summer reading kicks off

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Staff at the Charles R. Jonas Library have a few tricks up their sleeves that will keep children reading this summer. “There is no reason for any child not to sign up for our program because every child in the county can afford free,” said Stephanie Osborne, library associate. The…

Murder mystery premieres

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British accents filled the Lincoln Cultural Center’s auditorium Tuesday as actors rehearsed for the Lincoln Theatre Guild’s production of “And Then There Were None.” “It think it is going to do very well,” Annie Bailey, a cast member, said. “This production is more over the top than most.” The play…

Lincoln County Apple Queen Pageant celebrates long history

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The Lincoln County Apple Queen Pageant is celebrating its 30th birthday this year and organizers are hoping a few good young women will come out to compete. “Every year it just gets better and better,” said Rhonda Hunter, president of the Lincolnton Business and Professional Women, which sponsors the pageant.…

St. Luke`s experiences a renaissance

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The members of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Lincolnton have put their artistic ability on display at the insistence of their reverend. “I knew what kind of talent was here, and I decided before I left I would like to have an all-parish show,” said the Rev. John Southern. There…

Iron Station couple pushes fellowship for Christian singles

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Kevin and Christine Pitts are happily married. Yet they still run the Christian singles group Kevin helped found in February 2004. It’s called SALT Singles, and it’s about more than just finding a mate. “One of the main things is knowing it’s OK to be single,” Christine said. The Pittses…

Radio personalities do readings

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Because first-grade teacher Bartley Bess enjoys listening to “Matt and Carol in the Morning” on 106.9 FM The Light, Love Memorial Elementary students had special readers visit Wednesday. First-grade students sat in an awe-filled cluster in the library as local celebrities Matt Stockman and Carol Davis, who broadcast from Asheville,…