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Simply Woven Quilt Demonstration Aug. 18 At Cultural Center: Karen Keyes and Tracy Galmon will present a Simply Woven quilt demonstration on Thursday, August 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Cultural Center in Lincolnton. Be sure to come to this Lincoln Quilters meeting to learn new techniques and also sign up for Sew Day on August 20. For more information visit lincolnquilters.org; Happy Fall Quilting!
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Kandace Helms Memorial Five-K Registration: The 6th Annual Kandace Helms Memorial Five-K event is coming up on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Betty Ross Park, 800 Madison St., Lincolnton, NC 28092. The event starts with a kids fun run at 8 a.m. Registration for this ends Sept. 7. The timed five-kilometer (just more than three miles) race starts at 8:30 a.m. Registration for this is $30 per participant, and the fee increases after Aug. 31. Same-day registration will also be available, starting at 7 a.m. T-shirts and participation medals are guaranteed with registration through Sept 1. Winners in multiple age categories will be awarded. The KHF has grown to be able to offer three total scholarships to deserving high school seniors in Lincoln County. To learn more, e-mail your queries to kandacehelms5k@gmail.com. And be sure to see the related page on Facebook.
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The Eastern Catawba County Hunger Walk: Walkers of all ages and athletic abilities are invited to participate in the walk as individuals or together as families, groups or teams on Sunday, October 16 at 3 p.m. in Downtown Newton. Each participant solicits sponsorship (donations) from friends and associates prior to the event. Participants who collect at least $25 will receive a t-shirt as long as supplies last, BUT if you register online by the registration deadline and enter your t-shirt size, a t-shirt will be reserved for you. T-shirt requests/sizes MUST be received by Thursday, September 22 to guarantee your size. T-shirts can be picked up by a team representative at ECCCM on Wednesday, October 12 or Thursday, October 13 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. T-shirts not picked up on these days will be available at the event. Registration and the event will begin at the Frank & Sue Jones Amphitheater in downtown Newton (across from the 1924 Courthouse.) Check-in will open at 2 p.m. with an opening ceremony (awards and warm-up activities) beginning at 2:45 p.m. Awards will be given for the largest team, the top team fundraiser, and the top individual fundraiser. The walk will start at 3 p.m. This year there will be the original 5K (3.1 mile) route and a 1-mile route. Both routes are on sidewalks in downtown Newton. Children and family pets are welcome to walk with you! Once you finish the walk, there will be ice cream for you to enjoy while you visit with other walkers. Additional information about the walk, registration, and online donations can be found at ecchungerwalk.com.
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ECA Fried Apple Pies Available: The Lincoln County Extension and Community Association (ECA) will be selling fried apple pies the whole month of August! Price for a fried pie is $3.50. Place your order on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday of the week and pick-up your order on Thursday or Friday. Pick-up will be in the demonstration kitchen on the 1st floor of the James W. Warren Citizens Center, 115 West Main Street, Lincolnton. An ECA member will call you when your order is ready! (Most Likely After Lunch)The Lincoln County Extension and Community Association has been making fried pies since 1974. The fried pies are the clubs major fund-raiser, which in turn finances many of the activities that the organization does for the community. Such activities include four $1,000 scholarships for a student at each of the Lincoln County High Schools.

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