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    Engagements
TAMMY L. COLVARD
Colvard-Faucette
Tammy L. Colvard of Gastonia and John David Faucette of Kings
Mountain have announced plans to be married on August 1.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Mandy Daniels and Jerry Colvard of
Gastonia and is a graduate of Bessemer City High School, where she
was in the color guard, Junior Civitans, and Band.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Melvin and Bobbie Faucette of
Kings Mountain. He is a graduate of Kings Mountain High School.
LAURA ELAINE BAKER
JOHN MARC CAMPBELL
Baker-Campbell
Laura Elaine Baker and John Marc Campbell of Raleigh have an-
nounced their plans to be married in Raleigh July 29.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Evelyn S. Baker and John T. Baker,
both of Portsmouth, Ohio. A 1983 graduate of Portsmouth High School,
she earned a B.S. degree in English in 1987 from Ohio Wesleyan
University in Portsmouth. She is employed as an English teacher at
North Carolina State University and attends Graduate School at the
University earning a Master's degree in English.
The bridegroom-to-be, son of Joe and Lynda Campbell of Shelby, is
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Lynn Sr. of Kings Mountain
and the late Herman and Elva Campbell of Kings Mountain. He graduat-
ed from Crest HIgh School in 1984 and earned a B.A. degree in History
in 1988 from Mars Hill College and a Master's in Archival Management
in 1991 from North Carolina State University. He is employed by North
Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh as a field registrar.
Wired on
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- Thursday, June 18, 1992 -THE Kili
"Annie " set to open at CCC
Everybody's favorite little or-
phan is paying a visit to Cleveland
County when The Greater Shelby
Community Theatre, in conjunc-
tion with Cleveland Community
College, presents "Annie" June 25-
27 at 8 p.m. and June 28 at 2:30
p.m. in the College auditorium.
Join Annie (Sarah Houlditch-
Fair), her fellow orphans Molly
(Elizabeth Hoke), Kate (Dorothy
Laney), Tessie (Lizzie Grace
Dedmon), July (Quinn Burgin),
Pepper (Melody McGee), and
Duffy (Annie Currie) as they live a
hard knock life with Miss
Hannigan (Julie Morris). Meet
Daddy Warbucks (Dick Strachan)
and Grace Farrell (Bridget Allen)
as Annie steals their hearts as well
as yours. Enjoy Miss Lilly (Tiffany
Harris) and Rooster (Joshua
Hoover). Have fun with the Boylan
Sisters (Christy Green, Robin
. Putnam, and Linda Strachan) and a
cast of orphans and townspeople
that number more than 40. Join di-
rector Rick Hoover, co-director
Dottie McIntyre, choral director
Kathy Condrey, choreographer
Mary Lopez, music coordinator
Mike Sisk, tech director Scott Fair,
and a multi-talented, intergenera-
tional cast for a memorable
evening of songs and dances.
Tickets-- $6 general admission,
$4 for students/senior citizens--will
be available at the door.
The musical is funded, in part,
by a grant from the Grassroots
Program of the North Carolina Arts
Council.
MB The Gravity Brothers, a fa-
ther-and-son juggling team that in-
corporates comedy into its fast-
moving act, will appear at each of
the eight Gaston County Public
Library branches this summer in
special performances free and open
to the public and children in
Grades K-6.
Area performances are at at 10
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Social:
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a.m. on Thursday at Lowell Branch
Library and at 2 p.m. at Cherryville
Branch Library and at 10 a.m. on
Friday at Stanley Branch Library
and 3 p.m. at Mount Holly Branch
Library.
BW "Rags" will be the second in
the CPCC summer theatre series
June 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, July 1,2,
and 3 at 8:15 p.m., June 27 and 28
at 2:30 p.m., and June 30 at 7 p.m.
at Pease Auditorium in Charlotte.
Tickets for the musical are $10.
at the box office from 10 a.m.-5
p.m. on non-show days and from
10 a.m.-show time on show days or
call 704-342-6534 for reservations.
BM A stream study is planned
Sunday at 2 p.m. at Crowders
Mountain State Park. Children can
get wet as they assist a park ranger
in catching "strange looking crea-
tures” in the one hour program.
Meet at the first picnic area park-
ing lot
MB Four Charlotte schools have
scheduled reunions. The 1982
Class of Harding High School will
meet September 26 at Embassy
Suites in Charlotte. The 1982 Class
of Myers Park High School will
meet at Guest Quarters Suite Hotel
November 28. The 1967 Class of
South Mecklenburg High School
will meet August 22 at Tega Cay
Country Club. The 1982 Class of
West Charlotte High School will
meet September 19 at Hilton at
University Place. Call 1-800-677-
A boy for Norris’
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Norris of
Kings Mountain announce the ar-
rival of their first child, a son, Cory
Steven Norris, May 23, 1992,
Cleveland Memorial Hospital,
Shelby. The baby weighed seven
pounds, nine ounces.
The baby's mother is the former
Linda Vestal.
Grandparents are Butch and
jr Price and Pauline Morris, all
Kings Mountain, Doyle Norris
. Bessemer City, and Woodrow
Vestal Jr. of West Virginia.
Great-grandparents are the late
Mart and Lottie Haynes of Kings
Mountain, the late Willard Norris
Sr. of Boone, Edna Norris of
Boone and the late Violet Foster of
Kings Mountain and William
Foster of Greenville, SC, and
Woodrow and Lillian Vestal of
West Virginia.
B The Oak Grove Fire
Department Ladies Auxiliary is
sponsoring a car wash and bake
sale on Saturday, June 20, 9 a.m.-5
p.m, at the fire department on Oak
Grove Road. A variety of bake
goods will be available to the pub-
lic. Cars will be washed for $4 and
$5 and vans will be washed for $7
and $10. All proceeds are ear-
marked for fire-fighting equip-
ment.
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CORY STEVEN NORRIS
7800 to update addresses and
phone numbers.
BM Scnior Center Program
Coordinator Carolyn Bell present-
cd the program at Tuesday's meet-
ing of Kings Mountain Chapter
AARP 4063 at Depot Center. Lue
McClain was program chairman.
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The Greater Shelby Community Theatre, in conjunction with |
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BM Rep. Cass Ballenger receive
the U. S. Chamber of Comnore]
Spirit of Enterprise Award June ¢
for consistently voting to suppor
American business. He receive
the award for compiling a probusi
ness voting record of at least 70
percent, based on key votes cast i
1991.
Cleveland Community College, will present "Annie" at CCC |
Auditorium beginnning Thursday, June 25. The musical runs June |
26 and June 27 at 8 p.m. and June 28 at 2:30 p.m. From left to right, |
bottom, Melody McGee, Lizzie Grace Dedmon, Sarah Houlditch- |
Fair as "Annie" and Quinn Burgin. Standing, left to right, Dorothy
Laney, Annie Currie, and Elizabeth Hoke.
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