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DENVER – The East Lincoln High School Leadership program is sponsoring a clothing drive for the Asbury Resource Center through Dec. 13.

The school is collecting any gently used clothing items for infants, toddlers, young kids, teenagers, women and men.

The ARC in Lincolnton supports local families and students in the community. This is the second year ELHS has participated in the clothing drive. Students can drop off donations to their first-period teacher, and parents/students can do so in the front office.


Chorus having holiday concert

IRON STATION – The East Lincoln Middle School chorus will have its holiday concert Tuesday, Dec. 11.

The event will take place 6:30-8:30 p.m. at school, and no tickets are needed.

ELMS is at 4137 N.C. 73.


PTO selling wreaths

PUMPKIN CENTER – The North Lincoln High School parent-teacher organization is having its Holiday Wreath and Swag Workshop Saturday, Dec. 8, at the school.

The inaugural event is from 10 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. All materials are included, plus there is a hot cocoa bar and cookies. There is parking available at the back entrance of the school.

Registration is available at the event’s SignUp Genius and PayPal pages. The cost is $25 for a wreath, $15 for swag and $35 for a combo. The Kids Table is $5 per child.


NLMS holds spelling bee

PUMPKIN CENTER – North Lincoln Middle School held its spelling bee Dec. 4.

The winner was Hannah Campos, and Savannah Hancock was the runner-up.

Judges were Heather Rhyne, Lincoln County School Board Member; Dr. Heath Belcher, LCS chief of human resources; and Kqisha Dagenhart, NLMS principal.


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