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Kids to learn wellness with Lady Cats

Kids to learn wellness with Lady Cats

The Lady Cats, cheerleaders for the Charlotte Bobcats, will be at the YWCA on Park Road on Friday to teach kids about health and wellness. The cheerleaders will show around… Read more »

Run/walk to help Tyler’s Treehouse

Run/walk to help Tyler’s Treehouse

The seventh annual 5K and 1-mile fun run/walk for Tyler’s Treehouse is coming up next month. The event raises money for a foundation in the name of Tyler Scott, who… Read more »

Charlotte wants to be Mrs. Holiday

Charlotte wants to be Mrs. Holiday

The “Taste of Home” magazine was in Charlotte last week, looking for women interested in being the magazine’s new holiday spokesperson. And before leaving Charlotte, the magazine had more submissions… Read more »

Flapjacks to fight polio

Flapjacks to fight polio

Four Mecklenburg County-South Rotary Club members will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro soon to bring awareness of the fight to end polio. But first, they need people to come eat a… Read more »

Honor roll: South Charlotte Middle School

Honor roll: South Charlotte Middle School

Fourth Quarter A Honor Roll Sixth grade Ian Bodenheimer, Aubree Cheek, Bansi Chhatrala, Gavin Deiss, Mercedes Deramgozin, Amanda June DiNicola, Aniketh Dumpala, Marina Faillace, Sophia Goudes, Erin Holtzapple, Kathryn Kirchner,… Read more »

Museum puts art  choices to vote

Museum puts art choices to vote

The Mint Museum is looking to get people involved in picking the next works of art for its collection. The museum is putting six specially chosen works on display, allowing… Read more »

Ballantyne resident advocates for special needs

Ballantyne resident advocates for special needs

Local man named chair of N.C. Council on Developmental Disabilities  by Morgan Smith With an autistic son and years of advocacy for people with developmental disabilities under his belt, it’s… Read more »

Upcoming blood drives in south Charlotte

Upcoming blood drives in south Charlotte

The following blood drives are scheduled for south Charlotte over the next few weeks: • Saturday, July 28, 10 a.m. to noon – Polka Dot Bake Shop, 1730 E. Woodlawn… Read more »

Rabbi Klirs joins Temple Israel

Rabbi Klirs joins Temple Israel

Rabbi Tracy Klirs is the new director for Temple Israel Religious School in south Charlotte. Klirs will take over the position on Aug. 1 after moving down from Temple Israel… Read more »

Lemonade for Haiti

Lemonade for Haiti

The Joy Community is raising money for the Haiti School by selling lemonade between worship services at Providence United Methodist Church. Cups of lemonade and cookies are available for 25… Read more »

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