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Kannapolis Y to offer tours of facilities
So that all can experience membership benefits and amenity qualities, the Y will welcome the community into the Kannapolis, West Cabarrus and Harrisburg branches during November for facility tours. Participants in the short tour will receive a one-week pass to the Y.
ěWe understand that the holidays are a busy time,î says Danielle Sumrell, marketing director for the Y. ěMaking time for the Y gives you more energy, keeps stress levels down and takes some of the pressure off holiday eating.î
Those interested in learning more about tours or special November Y promotions should contact Danielle Sumrell at 704-933-9622 extension 643 or dsumrell@cannonymca.org.
Mordant WorldMeetup Thursday
The second annual Carolina Mordant World Meetup will be 6 p.m. Thursday at Literary Bookpost, 110 S. Main St. R. Mordant Mahon will talk about Quantum Manifesting your Desired Relationships, Catching your Dreams and Social Media Brand Building as well as a signing his non-fiction work, ěWhy Real Women Drink Straight Tequila ó The Tao of Intimacy.î
Motivational coach, podcast personality, and self-help author R. Mordant Mahon toured across North America as a comedian before certifying as a Universal Healing Tao Instructor.
His training and experience led him to create Quantum Manifestations, where his combination of comedy, self-help coaching and motivational speaking leads those ready to progress towards the positive to connect with their passions.
Mordant also tours with the comedy troupe known as the Tortuga Twins, currently performing at the Carolina Renaissance Festival.
For additional information about this event, call 704-630-9788 or visit www.literarybookpost.com
Spencer boardwonít meet tonight
SPENCER ó Donít forget, the Spencer Board of Aldermen will not meet tonight as usual due to the municipal election.
Instead, the board will meet at 7 p.m. Nov. 15 in Town Hall.

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