Ghosts, superheroes, Disney characters and even people dressed as food made their way down Main Street Oct. 24 for the annual Davidson Halloween march. Merchants and vendors passed out candy and other treats as dozens of attendees of all ages showed off their costumes. Halloween events continue throughout the Lake Norman area through the rest of the week.
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Check out photos of (R) Senator Jeff Tarte & (D) Latrice McRae for N.C. Senate District 41, (R) John Bradford & (D) Natasha Marcus for N.C. House District 98, (R) and (D) candidates running for Commissioner-at-Large seats & Mecklenburg County Commissioners for District 1, Jim Puckett and Leonard Richardson. The candidates gave their perspectives regarding topics, such as education, jobs, toll roads, Medicaid and the sales tax increase. Get ready for the 2014 elections!
International recording artist Mark Wood, an original member of the multiplatinum selling Trans-Siberian Orchestra and creator of the revolutionary Viper electric violin, SV Stingray, and Cobra cello brought his groundbreaking music education program Electrify Your Strings! This exciting event transformed the student musicians of local middle and high schools into a full-fledged Rock Orchestra! Mark performed with over 150 students from local schools comprising the All-Star Orchestra. The audience was entertained by Mark's original material, as well as music by Led Zeppelin, Cream, The Beatles, and more. The event was Open to the public with all profits going to the schools music programs. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
PHotos from the Lake Norman Chamber Salute Salute to North Mecklenburg Public Safety Officers and Volunteers. The luncheon was held at the Peninsula Yacht Club. We want to send a Special Thanks from Lake Norman Publications to all these fine Public Safety Officers - Your service is appreciated. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
MSC, one of the nation’s leading distributors of Metalworking and Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) solutions, services and supplies, celebrated the grand opening Sept. 24 of its Davidson co-headquarters. The six-story, 180,000 square-foot building off Harbour Place Drive is expected to bring 400 jobs to the region by 2017. The building also has space to hold an additional 350 employees. It’ll be one of two headquarters offices for the company, which was founded in 1941 by Sidney Jacobson in New York’s “Little Italy” neighborhood. To read more follow this link: http://www.huntersvilleherald.com/news/2013/9/26/7684/msc-opens-its-doors-in-davidson
Town leaders recently visited downtown Salisbury to see how art has sparked economic development. The trip comes as leaders determine how they will convince Cornelius residents to approve a $4 million bond referendum on the November ballot aimed at funding an arts and cultural center in downtown.
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