Despite the message on their T-shirts, twins and Blythe kindergarten students Cameron and Cam’ron Olin were happy about their new shoes.
After receiving new socks and shoes during the day-long event at Blythe, each student had the opportunity to sign their name on a giant “Huntersville Cares” banner.
Community School of Davidson basketball event to benefit memorial scholarship fund
DAVIDSON – A afternoon and evening of basketball games at Community School of Davidson will be designed to enhance relationships between young people and local law enforcement officers while also honoring the memory of a local officer killed in the line of duty.Activities will begin at 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 5, with all proceeds from the day benefiting the Mark […]
Pastor Michael Stevens from University City Church talks with a student before beginning the foot-washing and shoe-fitting process.
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The Festival of Food Trucks returns to downtown Mooresville Saturday, April 6.
Johnny Conga kicks off April Saturday series featuring jazz on stage at Veterans Park
HUNTERSVILLE – Saturdays in April will be dedicated to jazz at the town’s newest performance venue, the Icehouse Stage at Veterans Park at Main & Maxwell.Sponsored by the Huntersville Park and Recreation Department, the town’s first spring jazz series will include four free evening concerts featuring an assortment of jazz performers in the downtown park between Main Street and Maxwell […]
The back of the shirts worn by many of the project’s volunteers expressed the Samaritan’s Feet goal of distributing 1 million shoes this year.
Diagram indicating Colloboratory-connected research projects in North Carolina.
Teams of volunteers from area churches and organizations spent shifts delivering new socks and shoes to students.
As part of their effort to reach out and help those in need, volunteer “Samaritans” washed the feet of youngsters before providing new socks and shoes.