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ARE YOU READY FOR ART CAMP?
ARE YOU READY FOR ART CAMP?

The Cleveland County Arts Council is offering summer art classes:

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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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Boys & Girls Club car raffle winner
Boys & Girls Club car raffle winner

Left to right: Josh Propst, Executive Director, Boys & Girls Club, Ed and Edna Patterson and Paul Carter of Carter Chevrolet.

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Certified Entrepreneurial Community Progress Report announced
Dr. John Lattimore, Dean of Business and Allied Health at Cleveland Community College, speaks during the first meeting of the Service Provider Network (SPN) at the Don Gibson Theater in Shelby.
Certified Entrepreneurial Community Progress Report announced

After a year of planning and strategy development, Cleveland County business leaders are continuing to make progress with the Certified Entrepreneurial Community (CEC) program, an aggressive economic development program aimed at advancing entrepreneurial ecosystems on a local level.

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Chalk Fest turns uptown Shelby sidewalks into artwork
Chalk Fest turns uptown Shelby sidewalks into artwork

Desmond Ross starts on his sidewalk art during the Chalk Fest sponsored by The Cleveland County Arts Council and Uptown Shelby Association on June 4th 2016. The Event included sidewalk chalk drawing and family fun area.

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Crossroads Easter Egg hunt for local children
Crossroads Easter Egg hunt for local children

Crossroads Rescue Mission hosted an Easter Egg hunt for kids in the community on April 4, 2015.

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Grants Available for Cleveland County Nonprofits

The Cleveland County Community Foundation is currently accepting applications from eligible Cleveland County organizations including 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, congregations, governmental and educational institutions for its 2016 grant cycle.

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Kings Mountain Historical Museum Presents Pioneering Women of Cleveland County
Kings Mountain Historical Museum Presents Pioneering Women of Cleveland County

KINGS MOUNTAIN, North Carolina - Kings Mountain Historical Museum will present a new exhibit, Pioneering Women of Cleveland County, from February 7, 2015 - May 23, 2015.

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McIntyre-Elder Law new location
McIntyre-Elder Law new location

McIntyre Elder Law celebrated their new location with a ribbon cutting on March 26, 2015.

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Town wide yard sale draws treasure hunters to Mooresboro
Town wide yard sale draws treasure hunters to Mooresboro

The Town of Moorseboro, NC held a town wide yard sale beginning at 6 am on Saturday, June 11th.

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Veterans Monument dedication held
Veterans Monument dedication held

All Veterans in attendance at the Casar Memorial Day Ceremony pose at the new Veterans monument after it was dedicated on May 30, 2016 at Casar Park in Casar NC.

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Heroes come in all sizes!
Heroes come in all sizes!

Thumbs up to the students of Marion Elementary School who came on board with the Shelby VFW Post 4066 and helped with a huge donation of food items

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Carolina Chiropractic celebrates 20th anniversary
Carolina Chiropractic celebrates 20th anniversary

We'd like to recognize and congratulate Carolina Chiropractic Plus on it's 20 year Anniversary.

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Gardner-Webb Trustee's gift increases safety for University Police
Gardner-Webb Trustee's gift increases safety for University Police

New steel body gear will help Gardner-Webb University Police better protect their lives as they serve and defend the security of the campus,

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5th Annual event... Cowboy Camp Ministry held at Double Springs Baptist
Owen Chapman tries out his roping skills.
5th Annual event... Cowboy Camp Ministry held at Double Springs Baptist

The Double Springs Baptist Church 5th Annual Cowboy Camp Ministry was held on Saturday June 4th.

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Program offers new opportunities for graduates
Project SEARCH Class of 2016: Front: Samuel Falls, CVI Job Coach, Charlotte James, Brian Spriggs, and Olivia Ledger. Back CCS EC Teacher Brittany Petty, Christopher Jordan, Thomas Stroud, Andy McLeod, Jr., and Brandon Goins.
Program offers new opportunities for graduates

Gardner-Webb University's Tucker Student Center was the site of the ceremony on Wednesday, June 1, 2016,

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Litton honored with  Long Leaf Pine award
Litton honored with Long Leaf Pine award

Throughout the award's history, it has been somewhat of a tradition for recipients to be unaware of their nomination until they are presented with the award at an ordinary meeting or event.

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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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Kids learn while having fun at CCAC Arts Camp
Kids learn while having fun at CCAC Arts Camp

If you are a parent worried about having bored kids this summer, the Cleveland County Arts Council (CCAC) has the solution:

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Randy McNeilly: It All Started With A Kodak 126 Instamatic
Randy McNeilly
Randy McNeilly: It All Started With A Kodak 126 Instamatic

Great photography is an art, and Randy McNeilly is an artist.

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