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Posters Jan. 7

Infinite Faith presents ‘A Night of Colors’ on Saturday, Jan. 10 at  6-8 p.mat Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 1920 Shirley Ave.  The event will include praise dancers, mime, singing and more.  Tickets  $7, can be purchased at the door.  A light dinner will be served.

• Rowan Republicans meet Jan. 13 at 130 W. Innes St., commissioners meeting room, 7 p.m. For all registered Republicans. The County Convention is late February or early March; all county positions will be voted on at the convention. If you do not know  your precinct chairperson, come to the convention. You may choose the precinct chairperson or volunteer for that position. Information: John Leatherman at 704 637-0775.

• Community Travelers going to Cape Cod at Martha’s Vineyard. Seven days and six nights, June 14-20. Contact Alfreda Brenda Cowan for details at 704-633-9073.

• TOPS NC 437 weekly best losers for December: Sam Mullis, Mary Tilley, Kay Kiser, Manuel Overcash. Monthly best loser: Libby Wilhelm. Contest winner for December: Libby Wilhelm. Yearly contest winner: Libby Wilhelm. TOPS meets 10 a.m. Tuesdays at Lane Street Baptist, 2532 Lane St., Kannapolis. Information Linda Ramsey, 704-938-3634. Visitors  welcome.

• Free wigs for women undergoing cancer treatment (beginning or active treatment) at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center, for those who cannot afford wigs or insurance will not cover. Appointment required. Information on donations or appointments, contact 704-660-4859 or Mitzie.McCurdy@lnrmc.com

 

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