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Meals provide nourishment for body, soul
Meals provide nourishment for body, soul

Every third Thursday in the month, there's a delicious smell of warm food and a friendly atmosphere of camaraderie that fills the kitchen and dining hall at Cleveland County Rescue Mission. Those Thursday evenings are when Common Ground Cafe hosts a pop-up event to bring together area residents for a delicious meal that is available for whatever price the diner can afford to pay.

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"Lunch at the Carrousel' set for Feb. 14"
"Lunch at the Carrousel' set for Feb. 14"

It has become a tradition in Shelby every Valentine's Day. Families, co-workers and friends choose to mark the day of love by enjoying lunch at the Shelby City Park Carrousel. Tickets are now on sale for this year's "Valentine's Day Lunch at the Carrousel" event, which will be held on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

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Foundation gala to benefit local community
Foundation gala to benefit local community

County residents are invited to dine and dance in an intimate evening setting at the HealthCare Foundation of Cleveland County's (HFCC) annual gala, set for Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020, at the LeGrand Center in Shelby. Now in its fifth year, the 2020 event - "Night in Tuscany" - will include plentiful food, live entertainment and a silent auction.

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Fashion show features scripture clothing
Fashion show features scripture clothing

Fashion shows are not common in Cleveland County, but Gardner-Webb University (GWU) is presenting one that is even more unusual than most. The clothing items for this fashion show will be made of mixed media and will be wearable sculptures that display biblical content.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

As I look back on this last deer season, it seems that bad news could be the theme. I hunted hard since I was not able to very much last year, but my effort only produced minimal results. If I had to compare the hours in the stand to my harvest ledger, I would definitely be in the red. What makes it even worse is I knew I was in a place where some big bucks lived. In fact, I missed my opportunity at one of those bucks because I couldn't get my crossbow up before said buck left.

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Philip Alan "Al" Yelton

Philip Alan "Al" Yelton, age 66 died on Friday, February 14, 2020 at Hospice Wendover.

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