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"Being Mortal Documentary at Hospice April 13

Hospice Cleveland County, 951 Wendover Heights Dr., Shelby, will sponsor the free screening and discussion of the PBS Frontline film "Being Mortal,"

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A Huge Thank You to all of our Sponsors
A Huge Thank You to all of our Sponsors

Special Olympics Cleveland County Benefit's from the 10th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament that was held on Nov. 5, 2016 at Pinnacle Boat Landing on Lake Norman.

A huge thank you goes to each of the sponsors that supported this annual event. For 10 years Special Olympics Cleveland County has been the recipient of this tournament, which has raised more than $246,000.00 in the 10 years since its inception. The tournament is held each year at Pinnacle Boat Landing in Lake Norman on the first Saturday of November. Each year volunteers from Eaton Corporation and Special Olympics Cleveland County Steering Committee run this event under the guidance of Rick Peace.

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Army of moms praying for children and schools
Army of moms praying for children and schools

A worldwide battle is raging for our children. The current culture seeks to steal their minds, shape their attitudes and endanger their schools.

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Salvation Army In new office
Salvation Army In new office

The ministry office of The Salvation Army in Shelby has moved, but not very far.

As of Monday, March 20, visitors should come to 305-307 N. Lafayette St., which is next door to the old location.

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SPRING Bulky Item Pick-up April 10th - 13th
SPRING Bulky Item Pick-up April 10th - 13th

The City of Shelby Solid Waste Department is having the Spring Bulky Item Pick-up the week of April 10th - 13th. Beginning on April 7th you may begin placing items such as: furniture, boxes, mattresses, and bagged clothes, etc., on the curbside without being subject to citations or fines.

Please DO NOT place any items in the street or mix these items with limbs, leaves, or grass. The Solid Waste Department does not pick-up items such as: appliances, electronics, televisions, tires, building materials, paints, oils, and batteries, these items may be taken to the Cleveland County Landfills. Please have your bulky items available 7:00 a.m., they will be picked up only on the same day during the week that your garbage is scheduled for pick up.

Items placed or left on curb after April 13th will be subject to citations and fines. There will be no leaf or brush collection during bulky item pick up week.

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Carolinas HealthCare System celebrates new mission statement with tree planting
Carolinas HealthCare System celebrates new mission statement with tree planting

Carolinas HealthCare System has an easily recognizable logo called the "Tree of Life" and it has represented the system for over three decades. It is more than a logo, it represents Carolinas HealthCare System's commitment to serving the health and wellness of patients and communities.

The system has a new mission statement: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing - for all. To celebrate the new mission statement, the System is planting an actual tree at each facility as a symbol of its commitment to the mission. On Tuesday, March 7, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland planted its Tree of Life. President of Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland, Brian Gwyn, spoke about the Tree of Life and said, "Today is about commitment. Commitment to our mission and vision, our patients, our communities, and to each other."

The tree planting attendees included Gwyn; Chief Medical Officer Charles Tomlinson, MD; Chief Nurse Executive Veronica Poole-Adams, RN; Skip Warrick, chairman of the hospital's advisory council; and employees from Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland.

Submitted by Kate Gaier

Left to right: Skip Warrick, Advisory Board Chair; Bryon Gragg, Advisory Board Member; Brian Gwyn, President, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain; Dr. Chuck Tomlinson, Chief Medical Officer, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain; Alex Bell, Vice President, Carolinas HealthCare System Kings Mountain; Sherri Ellis, Assistant Vice President Clinical Services, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain; Veronica Poole-Adams, Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain; Debra Kale, Assistant Vice President Human Resources, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain; and Kevin Williams, Assistant Vice President Finance, Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain.

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CCRM benefits from USDA grant
CCRM benefits from USDA grant

Cleveland County Rescue Mission (CCRM) was awarded a Rural Business Development Grant, given to rural public entities for projects that promote technology-based economic development from the USDA for completion of the Education and Employability Center (EEC) at the Rescue Mission.

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Cleveland County Elementary Honors Chorus program is March 30, 2017
Cleveland County Elementary Honors Chorus program is March 30, 2017

The Cleveland County Elementary Honors Chorus performance at Shelby High School's Malcolm-Brown Auditorium will be held Thursday, March 30th at 7 pm.

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