6:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Encore: A Musical Revue Benefit at the NorthStone Country Club, 15801 NorthStone Drive, Huntersville, featuring popular performances from the past, a silent auction, and a raffle… read more...
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Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center held their 1st Annual Rhythm & Brews Fundraiser, at The Pearl in Cornelius, on March 1, 2014 and raised over $49,000! The event featured local craft beers and live music from the Charlotte based band, the Holdouts. The high energy evening was emceed by local radio and television host Ramona Holloway. Gourmet treats were prepared and generously subsidized by Armin’s Catering. Funds raised at the event will go toward services to assist children and families affected by sexual abuse. For more information on how you can become involved with this great cause visit: www.patsplaceac.org - Photos by Dana Pianowski.
The Lake Norman Conservatives met at Fox and Hound in Birkdale. The group has interesting speakers and help others to learn about issues impacting our region, state and nation. This particular meeting featured Karen & Billy Vaughn. They discussed Extortion 17 and are parents of the late Aaron Vaughn, a Navy Seal who died in the plane crash while on a mission coded Extortion 17. Photos by Dana Pianowski.
The basketball season came to a shocking end for the Lake Norman Charter girls’ team. The Knights, top seeded among 32 teams in the N.C. 1A Western region, was upset 55-53 by Lexington (a No. 17 seed) in a second-round playoff game Feb. 26 in Huntersville. Lake Norman Charter finished with a 26-2 record and had its 24-game winning streak snapped. The Knights led 53-49, but were outscored 6-0 in the final two minutes. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
DAVIDSON - Davidson College men squared off against the UNC Greensboro Spartans and with a dominant 79-46 win. The victory was the 11th straight for the Wildcats (18-11, 14-1) and clinched the outright Southern Conference regular season title - their 23rd overall and third straight. Davidson hit 50 percent of its field goal attempts, with 9 of 16 from behind the 3 point line. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Rachael Dyl, a senior at Cannon School is hosted “An Evening with the Beatles,” at River Run Country Club to benefit Musical Minds. The evening featured music from jazz to classical and was performed by local and international performers. Food, drinks, a live auction and local art were all part of the event. Rachael’s goal is to give kids in the area the opportunity to have music affect their lives by providing structure, focus and freedom of expression. For information about how you can help, visit www.musicalmindsnc.org - Photos by Dana Pianowski.
The Lake Norman Chamber held their annual Business Expo at Davidson College Baker Sports complex. Local businesses came and set up booths to display their services to the community. Lake Norman Publications (Huntersville Herald, Mooresville Weekly, and Denver Weekly) had a booth there promoting our weekly print publications and our NEW "Social for Local" digital marketing platform that allows Businesses to connect with consumers just like Facebook helps people connect to people. Contact us for information about how we can help introduce your business and keep your existing business top of mind - both through print and our unique "Social for Local" digital platform.