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Posters March 11

• Lane Wallace speaking on solar energy 7 p.m. Thursday at the Spencer Woman’s Club. At the clubhouse, 100 Third Street. Light refreshments. There is no charge for this event.

• Learn to prune roses, 8:30 a.m. Saturday March 14. Rowan Rose Society pruning party, open to the public, at the triangle rose garden in front of Summersett’s Funeral Home on W. Innes St. (Rain date March 21.) Refreshments will be served. Information: Sara Hill, 704-642-1612.

• Vendors wanted for VA Employees Association Spring Bazaar, March 27, Building 6 Gymnasium, Contact Kelly.vanager@va.gov for information.

• American Cancer Society’s ‘Look Good…Feel Better.’ Female cancer patients learn make-up and skincare techniques. 6:15 p.m. April 20, Lake Norman Medical Center, Mooresville. Preregister at 704-662-0770.

Ride with Pride of Salisbury Elks 1774 to Cherokee casino Saturday, April 4. Leaving 6:30 a.m. from former Belk parking lot at West End Plaza; leave casino 5 p.m.. $40/person, $20 returned at casino. Contact Mike, 704-224-9862; Wayne, 704-890-0916; or Jimmy 704-640-3194. Money due by March 21.

 

 

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