On March 14, join the Lake Norman Kiwanis for dinner at Harvey’s in Cornelius to help provide college scholarships to area high school students.Harvey’s will donate 10 percent of sales that night to support that cause.“At Harvey’s, investing in our community is a top priority,” said owner Charlie Dyer. “We’re a proud supporter of the work the Lake Norman Kiwanis Club is doing in our community.”For information, “like” Harvey’s on Facebook or visit www.harveyslkn.com.ALS benefit cookoutThree years ago, Cornelius resident Ally Petrilli and her friend Macon Cornick started “Cookout to Knock Out ALS.” The annual event raises money for both the ALS Association and the Joe Martin ALS Foundation, honoring both their fathers. Both men died from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The cookout this year is 4-7 p.m. March 23 on the lawn of Phi Delta Theta fraternity at UNC Chapel Hill. Food is $8. “The Old Fish Hatchery Band” will provide entertainment, and T-shirts will be for sale. Donate to the event at web.alsa.org/goto/CKALS2013.Things to do Easter events: 9-11 a.m. March 22, the Cornelius Arts Center will host “A Morning with the Easter Bunny” for preschoolers; 2-4 p.m March 23, “Hop into Spring,” an event for families, will be at Bailey Road Park. Spring break: The Cornelius PARC Department has Drop-In Art, Open Gym and PARC Day scheduled to keep students busy during public school’s spring break, April 1-5. Summer art camps: The Cornelius Arts Center is offering some new summer art programs for high school students. The camps let students work with professional artists in the visual arts. www.Cornelius.org/parc.