Lake Norman News
Statesville Record & Landmark
MOORESVILLE – Lake Norman handed Statesville its first loss on the season with a 2-1 victory on Thursday. Lake Norman's goals were not reported. The Wildcats improved to 10-1 (5-0 NPC). Hunter Faust scored the Greyhounds' (10-1, 4-1) lone goal on an ...
Mooresville is moving to expand its water and sewer services, planning to extend pipelines across a Lake Norman tributary to an area northwest of town that has already undergone some development. The extension would take place while the state ...
3rd Annual Great Chili Cook Off sponsored by Rotary Clubs of Top of the Lake – Mooresville, Mooresville, Mooresville/Lake Norman and Troutman.
Chili Competition for Home Town Cookers and The Best Restaurant Chili. Chili Tastings, Budweiser Beer Tent, Huge Kids Zone and Entertainment by: Darrell Harwood and The Cool Water Band. Proceeds: HealthReach Community Clinic, SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) and Mooresville Soup Kitchen.
- BUDWEISER BEER TENT
- CHILI BY THE BOWL
- Re/MAX BALLOON RIDES
- LOCAL VENDORS
- HUGE KIDS ZONE
- LIVE MUSIC
Saturday October 1st 4pm to 9pm Mooresville Town Square
Intersection of Brawley School & Williamson Roads (see map below)
RAIN DATE OCTOBER 8, 2011
$10 admission includes chili tastings, entertainment and kidszone
To purchase advanced tickets contact Linda DiTrolio at 704-230-0050
Join us for our Summer Camp Crawl on Saturday, April 2,2011 9:00am -12:00pm
The Cornelius PARC Department and The Community Arts Project offer an exceiting line-up of Summer art camps and preschool summer playdates for children 18mo. -12 years. Camps run each week from June 13 -August 19 with over 30 different camps to choose themes. Tweens and Teens 10 -16 years can choose from ceramic and art themes.
This free event includes:
*drop – in art featuring projects from our different camps
*Hands on demonsrtations
*meet with our instructors
Registration will be avalible day of the event. Take advantage of our Early Bird and Multiple Madness discounts!
Chance to win a FREE summer camp of your choice!
More Information on The Community Arts Project website
19725 Oak Street, Unit 1
Cornelius, NC 28031
BMX Racers pictured from right, Jonny Luster (age 6), Charlie Biggs (7) and JoJo Starr (8) each won respective classes during the two day Gator Nationals in Tampa FL, held February 12-13 2011. All three race regularly out of the Hornets Nest BMX track in Huntersville NC.
Visit The Hornets Nest BMX on Facebook
THE EVENT: FIRE 5K, Family Fun Run and BBQ Festival
Grab your running shoes, your family and friends! Get FIRED up for a great cause. Blaze a trail at the second annual Fire 5K. Earn your cool refreshment and plate of BBQ at the festival to follow the race. Join in the sense of community vision as we celebrate our past and look forward to our bright future.
THE CAUSE: The Ada Jenkins Center
The Ada Jenkins Center founders, staff, and board of directors strongly believe that unforeseen circumstances can place people of all walks of life at risk. Whether a family has to face illness, job loss, or other life situations, we know that all people have the ability to improve their lives, and we are here to help them do so. Working together to provide our neighbors with the tools for a better life is what The Ada Jenkins Center is all about.
To support the people of Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and South Iredell County toward becoming better educated, healthier and more economically self sufficient, empowering them for a better tomorrow. » Read more
First Baptist Church Weekday Preschool in Mooresville will begin registration for the 2011 – 2012 school year on January 27th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. We offer classes for ages 12 months to 5 years. For more information please contact the Preschool Office at 704.799.1280 or visit our website at www.fbcmooresville.com and click on the “Preschool” link. Registration will be ongoing until all spots are filled. We are located at 150 S. church St. in Mooresville.
Klassic Rides announced here today the building of The HemiCat, a unique blending of the classic 1949 Jaguar Mark IV and the new Chrysler 300-C.
This unique custom car will utilize the Jaguar Mark IV body, considered one of the 20th century’s most outstanding, fitted onto a Chrysler 300 mechanicals including a 400 horsepower hemi engine.
“We wanted to build a signature piece that would really show off the abundance and varied talent we have here”, Klassic’s president and founder Floyd West said.
“We also want to emphasize to our friends in the Antique Auto Club of America that the original chassic on the Jag was not fixable nor was the orginal engine and drivetrain with the Jaguar so we began thinking about mating it with another car.
We searched through the spec sheets of many cars and found the Chrysler 300 tread width and wheelbase are almost identical with the Jag,” West said.
West said that there was not a car like this in the world and wants the public to see and enjoy this when it is finished in 2011.
He is building this for legendary NASCAR promotor Humpy Wheeler, a car buff who started Autofair at Charlotte Motor Speedway 35 year ago.
The Hemi-Cat will be featured at many major auto shows as well as shows produced by The Good Guys and the National Street Rod Association. The building of it will be featured in a television documentary as well as a major performance magazine.
“Klassic Rides and its owners Floyd and Billy West and their people are among the best restorers and street rod builders in the nation,” Wheeler said. ” They are a one stop shop and can do everything from paint, engines, upholstery and fabrication.”
Follow the progess weekly on the 1949 Jaguar along with their other restorations at www.klassicrides.com
News & Observer (blog)
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New Bern Sun Journal
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News & Observer (blog)
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