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Editor’s note: Want to see your event featured here? Email news@mooresvilletribune.com.

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Nancy Peek Youngdahl, a former Mooresville resident, has written a new book, “My Nana Was A Free-Range Kid.” A juvenile nonfiction publication, the book encourages the respect of elders and is narrated by an eight-year-old great-granddaughter, which chronicles her Nana’s “free-range’ adventu…

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A War for Empire that crossed five continents and lasted seven years is remembered at Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, the state’s only link to the French and Indian War. What can be learned about the 1756 construction and the 50 men garrisoned at the fort?

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The 5th annual Eat, Drink and Be Local Festival of Catawba County is underway and will continue through July 21 offering several farm tours, cooking demonstrations, beer, wine and cider tastings, special dishes offered by local restaurants and the Local Farm Feast.

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Despite the cloudy weather, the premier Lake Norman Humane Charity Car Show went forward on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at George Pappas Victory Lanes, 125 Morlake Drive, Mooresville.

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During the June 14 meeting of the Mooresville-Lake Norman Exchange Club, the Book of Golden Deeds award and a monetary donation were presented to Community Caring, a local non-profit formed by sisters, Robbie Turner and Merline Houston, to serve families in the community.

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Career and technical students in North Carolina won one of the nation’s highest awards at the 2018 SkillsUSA Championships held in Louisville, Ky. on June 27-28. More than 6,300 students competed at the national showcase of career and technical education. The SkillsUSA Championships is the l…

The following deeds were filed in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from June 24-30. For more information regarding specific plots of land, visit www.co.iredell.nc.us/Departments/RegDeeds.

The following applications for marriage license were filled in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from June 24-30. The applications are valid for up to two months in the state of North Carolina.

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Keep your perennial gardens looking their best throughout the hot summer months with a bit of midsummer grooming and care. Investing time midseason means you’ll be enjoying beautiful gardens now through the end of the growing season.

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What started as a welcome home celebration for soldiers returning from World War I has become a treasured Hendersonville tradition on Main Street each summer. This July marks the 100th anniversary of Street Dances in downtown Hendersonville. The dances take place on Monday nights from July 9…

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Marie Watts was presented with the All American Volunteer Award from the Mooresville/Lake Norman Exchange Club at a recent meeting of the club. A member of the organization since June 2004, she has also served in many roles for Exchange including being a member of the club’s board of directo…

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The following is a submitted list of Rocky River Elementary School's Honor Roll students. If your school would like to share its list of Honor Roll recipients, please forward them to news@mooresvilletribune.com. 

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Before a packed house at Welcome Home Veterans Living Military Museum at Richard’s Coffee Shop, Gerry Gould, Master of Mooresville Masonic Lodge 496, presented a check to David Parkins, chairman of the board for Welcome Home Veterans.

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New Life Missionary Baptist Church, 571 South Main St., Troutman, is holding revival services through June 27 at 7 p.m. each evening using the theme of “The Harvest” based on Matthew 9:37. Rev. Ivan Cowan is pastor of the area congregation.

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The N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles license plate office on Main Street in Mooresville will be closed July 9-13.

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UnitedHealthcare will host “A Better You,” a series of health and wellness educational events at the Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon St., Charlotte on June 23 at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

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The following is a list of local Vacation Bible Schools in the area. If your church will be holding a VBS activity later this summer, you can submit your listing to news@mooresvilletribune.com

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Fieldstone Presbyterian Church, 804 Fieldstone Road, Mooresville, will be hosting its second annual Summer Music and Arts Camp on July 9-13 from 9 a.m. until noon. Children in rising K-6th grades will have the opportunity to participate in “God’s Not Dead: The Musical” as well as enjoy craft…

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The following is a submitted list of Mooresville Middle School's Honor Roll students. If your school would like to share its list of Honor Roll recipients, please forward them to news@mooresvilletribune.com. 

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Friday was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and that morning, ten individuals made their way from South Iredell Senior Center down Main Street, Mooresville to bring awareness to the issue of elder abuse. The group was dressed in purple and some wearing purple ribbons and carrying purple ball…

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Cash has a role to play in a diversified portfolio for long-term investors in any market situation, particularly when interest rates and volatility are on the rise. If you have a portion of your portfolio in cash, or if it’s been awhile since you’ve reviewed your cash position, read on.

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The Iredell County Cooperative Extension recently launched its NC 10% Campaign, a collaborative statewide initiative led by the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and North Carolina Cooperative Extension promoting locally grown/caught food, farmers and fishers, as well as the businesses and people who prepare, distribute and sell food grown in North Carolina.

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The following applications for marriage license were filled in the Iredell County Register of Deeds office from May 27 through June 2. The applications are valid for up to two months in the state of North Carolina.

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Editor’s note: Did you have a baby at Davis Regional or Lake Norman Regional medical centers and want to see your announcement in the paper? Email the information and a copy of the birth certificate to news@statesville.com.

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Helen E. Williams of Lake Norman High School recently attended a program held at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for our state’s teachers.

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The Iredell County Community Foundation recently awarded $127,700 in grants to seven local nonprofits. Grants support causes ranging from workforce development to education. ICCF -- an affiliate of Charlotte-based Foundation For The Carolinas -- has awarded $233,417 combined over the last two years.

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Vacation Bible Schools throughout the Mooresville area are gearing up to begin later this month. The following is a list of available programs, including information about their activities and how to sign up. 

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Brawley Middle School’s seventh grade students are not just studying history, but are making it more personal. This can be seen throughout the school building.

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If philanthropy is part of your financial strategy, you may want to think outside of the box and look for methods of giving that go beyond traditional monetary donations. Recent changes in the tax landscape may also be a reason to take another look at how you give financially. The following are four increasingly popular strategies that can work for you:

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To commemorate National Emergency Medical Services Week, which was May 20-26, Lake Norman Regional Medical Center recognized Iredell County EMS with an indoor picnic celebration.