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DABA draws crowd

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A good crowd turned out at Lineberger’s Cattle Company for this month’s meeting of the Denver Area Business Association. DABA president Gary Caldwell began the meeting by welcoming the group and thanking Lineberger’s for opening especially for the lunch meeting. Caldwell encouraged DABA members to attend the organization’s After Hours…

Around Town 8/22/2007

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KISER REUNION The J.S. and Minnie Mauney Kiser family will hold a reunion Saturday at Ivey Memorial United Methodist Church. Fellowship at 4 p.m. and meal at 5 to be followed by a business meeting. BLOODMOBILE The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Abernethy Chevrolet from 2:30 to 7 p.m.…

Supplies dwindling at Christian Ministry

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(This is the third story in an ongoing series celebrating the 30th anniversary of Christian Ministry of Lincoln County) The combination of a heat wave and the start of school has put pressure on Christian Ministry of Lincoln County. “It seems like everybody needs fans,” said Sheron Hovis, emergency services…

67th class reunion

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New school year, new changes for Lincoln Charter School

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The 2007-08 year brings several changes for Lincoln Charter School—one of which is its starting date. Although originally scheduled to begin classes Aug. 20, both campuses pushed back their start to Aug. 27 to allow for completion of the new middle and high school building in Denver. “Because the building…

Around Town 8/20/2007

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BANQUET The National Wild Turkey Federation will host a banquet at the Lincolnton National Guard Armory on Friday from 6-10 p.m. For ticket information call 704-735-4715. There will be a raffle, door prizes and an auction. REVIVAL St. Matthew’s United Church of Christ, 4575 Maiden Hwy., will hold its annual…

91st Birthday

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88th Birthday

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Centro Contacto Latino reaches out to the Hispanic community

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Perhaps it was fate that Charles Cranford, former pastor of Salem Baptist Church, went on a mission trip to Senora, Mexico in 1987. That’s where he happened to meet a young woman named Betsy Chacon from Tucson, Ariz. who was attending a Bible college there at the time. “He invited…

Moore adds more awards to his list

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A lot of people around town know who Maurice Moore is. Apparently, a lot of people other places know the name as well. In June, Moore was inducted into the World Karate Union Hall of Fame and was also named to the organization’s board of directors. Moore, a Lincolnton native,…