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Obituaries

James Robert Davis

James Robert Davis, 66, of US Highway 221-A, Mooresboro, died on Monday, April 27, 2015 at Carolinas HealthCare System - Cleveland.

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Lona Mae Smawley Hunt
Lona Mae Smawley Hunt

Lona Mae Smawley Hunt, 99, of 244 McNeely Road, Casar, passed away Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at Burke Hospice and Palliative Care in Valdese.

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Sports

Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report April 30, 2015
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report April 30, 2015
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Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report April 30, 2015
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report April 30, 2015

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The retirees fished Lake Wylie last week, with J R Garland and Rick Miers getting the win with 12.3. They anchored the catch with a 5.0 largemouth, which was big bass of the day.

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Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Towards Christ April 30, 2015
Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Towards Christ April 30, 2015

I had big plans on opening day of turkey season. I knew where the gobblers would be.

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Shelby City Park Sports Complex... Play under the lights!
Shelby City Park Sports Complex... Play under the lights!

The Shelby City Park has now added lights at their Sports Complex, which allows them to have more games played at night.

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Special Olympics Cleveland County receives over $29,000 from 8th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament
Special Olympics Cleveland County receives over $29,000 from 8th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament

For 8 years Special Olympics Cleveland County has been the recipient of this tournament, which has raised more than $165,000.00 in the 8 years since its inception.

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Church News

Area Church News April 30, 2015

Northside Baptist Church, Shelby
Northside Baptist Church, 1220 Scenic Drive, Shelby, NC, will be holding a Yard Sale, Bake Sale, and Car Wash on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 7:00am, rain or shine. 704-482-9091.

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Neighborhood Calendar

Neighborhood Calendar April 30, 2015

2015 RELAY FOR LIFE CLEVELAND COUNTY
2015 Relay For Life Cleveland County, Shelby Meeting Schedule: May 1, 2015 - Just Family Bake Sale at Medical Arts Pharmacy on Grover Street, 7:30am until. May 5, 2015, 6:00pm

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Community News

Annual Student Art Competition Opens with Art Walk
"Lake Toxaway" by Catherine Bowen, Shelby High School, 10th Grade, Drawing
Annual Student Art Competition Opens with Art Walk

Over 700 children in kindergarten through 12th grade entered the annual Cleveland County Student Art Competition and Exhibit.

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Foothills Merry Go Round Festival At Shelby City Park
Brothers Marshall, 6, and Garrison, 3, took a break and rest from the activities at the Foothills Merry Go Round Festival.
Foothills Merry Go Round Festival At Shelby City Park

The weather was not the most cooperative for the big two day event at the annual Merry Go Round Festival at Shelby City Park, but for those who braved the weather it was a lot of fun. The event was held on Saturday, April 25th and Sunday April 26th. Many new events were added this year.

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Merle Norman holds ribbon cutting celebration
Merle Norman holds ribbon cutting celebration

Merle Norman celebrated their new location with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 23, 2015

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Patti Ellis McMurry wins Cleveland County Social Worker of the Year Award
Kimberly Evans & Patti Ellis McMurry
Patti Ellis McMurry wins Cleveland County Social Worker of the Year Award

Patti Ellis McMurry, Vice President of Access, recently won Cleveland County Social Worker of the Year at the Annual Social Worker and Case Manager's Luncheon held at Carolinas Healthcare System Cleveland.

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Pinnacle Classical Academy makes plans for new school and campus
Pinnacle Classical Academy makes plans for new school and campus

At a news conference on Friday, April 17th, before an enthusiastic gathering of parents, students, friends and staff, a thirteen million dollar contract was signed for the purchase of land and beginning construction of the new Pinnacle Classical Academy.

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Annual Cleveland County Student Art Exhibit & Competition held
Annual Cleveland County Student Art Exhibit & Competition held

Shelby High School Art Instructor, Kenny Walker (above) stands next to this year's "Best Of Show" artwork titled "Vulnerability" done by student, Hattie Rose Padgett.

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Boys & Girls Club Annual Awards Banquet
Tori Owens "Youth of the Year"
Boys & Girls Club Annual Awards Banquet

The Boys & Girls Club of Cleveland County held its Annual Awards Banquet and program at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Shelby on Friday Evening, April 24.

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Cleveland Community College Celebrates National Week of the Young Child™
Shown at the woodworking station, Denze from Graham Elementary puts on her goggles and works under the direction of Karen Pearson.
Cleveland Community College Celebrates National Week of the Young Child™

To celebrate National Week of the Young ChildTM, Cleveland Community Col-lege welcomed young children in early childhood education programs, their providers and families to the CCC campus on Wednesday, April 15, 2015.

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CSI Mechanical holds ribbon cutting ceremony
CSI Mechanical holds ribbon cutting ceremony

CSI Mechanical celebrated with a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration on Friday, April 24, 2015.

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Ribbon cutting & open house announced for newly named Kings Mountain Hospice House
Ribbon cutting & open house announced for newly named Kings Mountain Hospice House

Hospice Cleveland County is pleased to announce the naming of the Kings Mountain Hospice House at 321 Kings Mountain Boulevard, Kings Mountain, NC.

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Basic Finance has ribbon cutting ceremony
Basic Finance has ribbon cutting ceremony

Basic Finance celebrated their new location with a ribbon cutting on Friday, April 24, 2015. Their new office is located at 306-2 East Dixon Blvd in Shelby. Give Jason and his team a call for your financing needs at 704-481-0111.

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