The Mooresville Garden Club will have its annual plant and yard sale on April 27 from 7 a.m. to noon with all proceeds going to local charities and the beautification of the town of Mooresville. The sale, which will be held at 501 East Center Ave., Mooresville, will feature plants, household items, gardening pots and more.
While browsing at the sale, you might want to take that opportunity and chat with the club members and join the group.
The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities recently presented the Regionals of the 8th annual NC Show Choir Competition and NC High School A Cappella Competition presented by Liquid Fifth. Three Regionals were held across the state including here at Lake Norman High School as well as at Seventy-First School in Fayetteville and Voyager Academy of Durham.
During the West Regional Mount Mourne School placed fourth and received a Very Good rating and Lake Norman High School placed first earning a Superior rating.
The State Finals are scheduled for May 4, with Lake Norman High School, 186 Doolie Road, Mooresville, serving as the host site. A Cappella competition will begin at 10 a.m., high school at 12:30 p.m. and middle school at 5:20 p.m.
Tickets are $12, and free for those ages 10 and younger. To purchase tickets, visit https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/lakenormanhs/buy-tix?d=0&fbclid=IwAR0jxfSTpAva9HkpSkPbR47y2R_F5W3iWOYvyGHeMA7_buedLyLccr7gKIY
Show Choir and A Cappalla are two of 23 competitions that will determine the best high school and middle school in the state. The NCASA Scholastic Cup and NCASA Challenge Cup will be awarded to the high schools and middle schools with the best overall performance among the 20 major scholastic competitions in North Carolina. Points are awarded for participation and excellence in NCASA and partner competitions.
Did you know?....
I thought I would visit www.holidayinsights.com for this last column of April and see what it had to share as far as events coming up these last few days of the month.
Did you know that April 26, according to the site is National Pretzel Day. There are all kinds of pretzels you can enjoy to celebrate the day. Thick, thin, crisp, soft, salted, mustard flavored. These are just a few choices. And if you can’t decide which to try….maybe sample each one.
The site also noted that “pretzels are believed to the world’s oldest snack dating back to 610 AD in Southern France. Monks baked thin strips of dough into the shape of a child’s arms folded in prayer. Add a little salt and the pretzel industry was born.”
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