Cancer support: Lake Norman Regional Medical Center will hold its monthly cancer support group 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 8 in Community Rooms A and B of the hospital campus, 171 Fairview Road, Mooresville. The group – which is free and open to all – meets the second Tuesday of every month and aims to provide education and support to survivors and loved ones. Details: 704-660-4859.
Radio signal project: WDAV Classical Public Radio has announced it will replace the antenna damaged by direct lightning strike in August. Replacing the damaged antenna will allow the station to restore its signal to full strength. Installation is expected to be complete in early spring. Donations made to the WDAV Signal Project will be used exclusively for the project. Listeners in affected areas can still listen by streaming the station online or downloading the free WDAV app for smart phone or iPad. Details: www.wdav.org/antenna-gift; 877-333-8990.
Economics of land use: The town of Davidson will host two presentations on this topic, one at noon and one at 6 p.m. Jan. 8 at Davison Town Hall, 216 S. Main St. Featured speaker Joe Minicozzi – a founding member of the nonprofit Asheville Design Center – will offer his philosophy of strategic land-use planning. These presentations are part of a speakers series designed to engage Davidson residents in conversation about town growth and development.
The noon session will include lunch, the evening session will be part of the town board meeting. Both sessions are free, but RSVPs are needed for the noon session for accurate lunch count. Details and to register: 704-940-9622; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Huntersville 101: The town of Huntersville will offer the third Huntersville 101 class starting Feb. 6. The program offers a snapshot of the town, its staff, departments and their major projects. Applications for the eight-week program must be submitted by Jan. 25. The group will meet 6-8 p.m. every Wednesday through April 3, and participants must commit to this schedule to be considered. Details and application: www.huntersville.org.
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