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Rutherford Community Theatre Presents “The Ballad Of Nancy Hanks”
Rutherford Community Theatre and Director, Les Beale, announces its upcoming production of “The Ballad of Nancy Hanks” by Shelby playwright, Ludy Wilkie, with musical score composed by Peter Strickland,  of  the  music  department at  Crest  High.
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Dirtworks, PC Wins Award for Life Enrichment Center...
Dirtworks, PC Wins Award for Life Enrichment Center...
Dirtworks, PC, was awarded the 2012 Honor Award given by American Society of Landscape Architects New York Chapter (NYASLA) for the Life Enrichment Center. “The NYASLA Chapter awards bolster local visibility, acknowledge and promote the work of our membership and publicly recognize excellence in landscape architecture,”
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SCENE FROM BLACKSBURG'S IRON CITY FESTIVAL
SCENE FROM BLACKSBURG'S IRON CITY FESTIVAL
At Blacksburg’s annual Iron City Festival on Saturday, April 21st, crowds filled the streets for a great time of family fun. Sounds of the “Ben Gatlin Band” filled the air, along with the aroma of festival foods. Our South Carolina neighbors sure know how to throw a great party. 
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Opinions

Bible Study: Hungry Eyes
Growing up among Christians, watching and studying their way of life and how they treat each other, has an effect on a young boy as he grows into manhood.
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Sports

Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report April 26th edition
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report April 26th edition
Moss
Twenty-nine boats made the trip to Moss Lake last Thursday for the weekly bass tournament. Jody Black and Jason Rhodes grabbed the win with 10.13. Scott Kiser and Tom Mayhew
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Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ April 26th
Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ April 26th
I left the woods after an unsuccessful evening turkey hunt. On my way out I noticed where some of my feathered friends had been scratching. Of course I had to slip out of my truck and see if I could locate one of those birds for the next morning.
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Church News

Area Church News April 26th Edition
Lawndale Baptist Church, Lawndale
       A free community supper will be held at Lawndale Baptist Church, 407 W. Main St., Lawndale from 5:30pm to 6:30pm the first Thursday of each  month. Everyone is welcome. For info call Jane Grigg at 704-538-8794 after 5pm.
Palm Tree UMC, Lawndale
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Neighborhood Calendar

Neighborhood Calendar April 26th edition
    Parkinson Support Group, Neal Sr. Center
  A Parkinson Support Group Meeting will be held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Neal Sr. Center, 100 Harris Dr., Shelby. Sgl. Doug Murph 704-487-8822.
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Community News

Cleveland County Relay For Life “Relay Idol”
Are you a great singer?
If so, then you might want to consider entering The Cleveland County Relay for Life “Relay Idol” competition. Relay For Life will begin at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 18th
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County Extension Center Welcomes New Staff Member
County Extension Center Welcomes New Staff Member
The Cleveland County Extension Center is pleased to welcome Julie Flowers to its staff.  Formerly a horticulture program assistant with the Gaston County Extension Center, Julie will now serve as an area consumer horticulture agent for Cleveland and Gaston Counties.
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Friends Pay Tribute To Gary Patterson
Stan Shaw, presents Gary with a memorable photo of the original Foothills Cyclists.
Friends Pay Tribute To Gary Patterson
Since the mid 80’s, one of the local pioneers who introduced many people to the sport of cycling is Gary Patterson. Gary loves the sport and has enjoyed helping and teaching anyone interested.
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Jessica Weaver is Student of the Month
Jessica Weaver
Jessica Weaver is Student of the Month
The  Shelby  Lions  Club  has  honored  Jessica  Weaver  as  its  fifth  “student-of-the month”  for  this academic  year.
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Student Receives Exchange ACE Award
Dawn Loggins
Student Receives Exchange ACE Award
The Exchange Club of Shelby honored Dawn Loggins as the A.C.E. Award winner for Cleveland County.
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Shriners North Shelby Fundraiser
Shriners North Shelby Fundraiser
Projecting the Shriner’s slogan, “A Man Stands So Tall As When He Stoops To Help A Child!”, the Piedmont Shrine Club held their annual fish fry for the benefit of North Shelby School.
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Blacksburg's Iron City Festival
Blacksburg's Iron City Festival
At Blacksburg’s annual Iron City Festival on Saturday, April 21st, crowds filled the streets for a great time of family fun.
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