Southlake Christian Beats Victory Christian 30-12. Photos of the Action on the Field, Cheerleaders, students, and the fans! We'll see you at the next game! Check the Southlake Christian Marketpage for a link to the Herald's Southlake Christian 2013 Online Football Roster - PERFECT for reference when at the game... our website is mobile optimized - try it out! Photos by Will McMurray/VMG
The Lake Norman Giants headed down to Ardrey Kell High School for their beginning season scrimmages. This is their 14th Season! The LKN Giants are proud to have served the Families of Lake Norman and the surrounding area for so many years. Their goal is to provide boys and girls, ages 5-13, an opportunity to play American-style full-contact tackle football and cheer while learning sportsmanship, teamwork, and responsibility all the while having FUN. Watch the Huntersville Herald Online for game schedules and pick up the paper to see which pictures make it to print.
Hough defeated Providence in their season opener 34-21. Hough takes on Mooresville High next Friday August 30th at Hough. Game starts at 7pm. Pick up the Herald Weekly or watch the HuntersvilleHerald.com online calendar for next weeks "Skinny" on the match up. We'll see you there. Photos by Cliff Mehrtens.
North Mecklenburg HS defeated Lake Norman HS 28-26. Next week North Mecklenburg takes on Independence at North Meck HS Home game. Pick up the Herald Weekly or watch the Huntersville Herald Online Calendar for next weeks "Skinny" on the pairing of North Meck vs. Independence. Photos by Aaron Burns.
Lake Norman Charter Defeats Carolina Pride 20-18, Next FRIDAY Aug 30, Lake Norman Charter takes on High Point Christian academy AT High Point Christian Academy at 7pm. Photos by Patrick Nicholson.
Bishop McGuiness defeated Community School of Davidson 34-16. CS of Davidson takes on First Assembly next Friday August 30th at Home (Game will be played at either North Meck or Hopewell) Watch the Community School of Davidson MarketPage for the "Skinny" on next weeks game. Photos by Kato Ibeto.
ICE Martini Bar is the Lake Newest Hot Spot. ICE is located in Birkdale Commons next to Coral Sushi and across the parking lot from Hickory Tavern. ICE Martini Bar is designed for professionals looking for a nice place to relax and carry on a conversation without having to shout what you are trying to say to a person standing next to you... Yep - finally a place where you can relax, listen to some upbeat house music, and relax on a GREAT outdoor patio with the finest of Cocktails.
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.
When you walk into Blumengarten in Cornelius, the first thing you notice is the wide variety of colorful, fresh flowers separated into tin baskets by the front door.The baskets hold everything from sunflowers and lilies to less common selections like safari sunsets and caspedias.Blumengarten has a lot more than flowers. The shop sells a variety of gifts, including aromatic candles and soaps and handmade pottery by Mooresville artist Shari Crouse.
The second race in the Summit Twilight Racing Series broughtover 250 runners, volunteers, and spectators to Davidson on June 8—allcompeting in the 4-mile obstacle challenge. Summit Solstice had participantsrunning roads, trudging through a tire maze, hopscotching 100 yards,taste-testing Ben & Jerry’s concoctions and much more. For the second year in a row, Summit Coffee utilized therace to raise money for Nothing But Nets. The campaign extension of the UnitedNations Foundation was generated to raise awareness and funding to fightmalaria in Africa. Fundraising dollars go topurchasing and shipping long-lasting, insecticide-treated mosquito nets toAfrica—the goal of the grassroots campaign to cover Africawith lifesaving bed nets. Over $3,000 will be donated to Nothing But Nets from thisyear’s Summit Solstice.
Patriot Charities hosted the first Old Bags Luncheon on May 23 at the Peninsula Clubin Cornelius. The trademarked event has been held in New York City, Los Angelesand other cities across the country. The event exceeded its goal of $100,000.More than 300 people attended the luncheon and participated in the large silentauction. The auction featured many new and gently used designer handbags, jewelry,designer shoes and other premium items.The auction items were donated by a varietyof vendors and individuals, including Neiman Marcus, Louis Vuitton, Coach,Kate Spade and Dillard’s. The Patriot Charities is a nonprofi t thatraises money to assist local programs and nonprofi ts in the Carolinas concerningwounded military and their families. Since 2006, the Patriot Charities has aided in thefunding of more than 15 local wounded warrior programs.
Obama visits MGSD, unveils wireless plan in Mooresville
Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatic Center held the second race of the Birkdale Animal Hospital Kids Triathlon Series on May 19. Children competed in five age categories ranging from 4 to 14 years old. The length of each leg depended on the child's age group. Just under 200 kids participated in the race.
This year, the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce received nominations from Sweet Dreams Mattress and Furniture, Deborah Young Studios, Innovative Pest Management, Rural Hill, The Range at Lake Norman, Ferrucci's Old Tyme Italian Market, LKN Savings and CURRENTS Magazine for the 2013 Small Business of the Year.This year's winner was CURRENTS Magazine and the runner up was Innovative Pest Management.
The 5th Annual Giving Them Hope Luncheon was held on May 14 at The Cove Church in Mooresville.Barium Springs organizes this one hour program each year to educate the morethan 375 guests about their mission and successes. Barium Springs is a well-known and longstandingestablishment in North Carolina—providingsuffering children and families with a place of refuge as well as an array ofservices including: therapies, schooling, daycare, foster care services, andmore.
Denver resident andSouthLake Christian Academy senior Hannah Rhyne performs as Ivory Layne at her"Volume One" EP release party May 10 at the Cornelius Theatre. Layne performed for two sold-out crowds. Shedescribes her music as "quirky" and "different" as sheblends together thoughtful lyrics of the folk-music genre with the melodies ofpop music. "Volume One" consists of five songs Laynewrote and co-produced with Franklin, Tenn.-based music producer Ed Cash. Sheplans to release "Volume Two" later this year. Her album is available on iTunes and CDbaby.com.Her website is www.ivorylaynemusic.com. More than 4,800 people are followingher on Twitter, @ivorylayne. Read more about Ivory Layne at http://www.huntersvilleherald.com/news/2013/5/4/6990/local-student-turns-artist-sings-with-quirky-style
About 500 Boy Scouts from24 area troops participated in the 25th annual Boy Scout Encampment on May10-11 at McGuire Nuclear Station. Scouts spent the night on the EnergyExploriumlawn and took part various merit badge classes on May 11. Scouts could choose from 20 class topics, including nuclear science, aviation, communications, railroading andmusic. On May 10, there was a short ceremony celebratingthe partnership between Duke Energy and the Boys Scouts that has allowedthousands of boys to learn from professionals from different fields and beexposed to potential career options.
This year was marked the 42nd annual Davidson Town Day. Visitors enjoyed games, a bicycle tune-up station and obstacle course by The Spirited Cyclist, booths featuring Davidson organizations and businesses, as well as entertainment and food trucks. The Davidson Police Department will be registered dogs, cats and ferrets with proof of rabies inoculation, and will be educated citizens on pedestrian and driver safety.