Cabarrus CountyCoach Special Olympics golf: Special Olympics fall sports are about to begin, and organizers still need a coach for the golf skills team. The sport allows Special Olympics athletes who are not ready for golf course play to develop sports skills in a competitive format. Coach and assistant must be available for practices one to two hours a week on weekday evenings and for a state tournament in High Point Nov. 9-10, and must be willing to become certified as coaches by Special Olympics North Carolina. Coach training is Aug. 24 in Greensboro. If interested call Emily Riley, 704-490-8036. Get your children immunized: Children can receive any immunizations they still need for school enrollment at a Back-to-School Immunization Clinic 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Aug. 16 at Logan Family Medicine, 298 Lincoln St., Concord. It will be provided by the Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Centers. Parents are asked to bring all immunization records for their children. Appointments are advised but walk-in appointments will be accepted. For an appointment, call 704-792-2242.
Concord Speculative industrial building: 390 Business Boulevard LLC – a joint venture between The Nolim Group, CM Black Construction Co. and CESI Land Development Services – has completed a 88,527-square-foot speculative industrial building at 4541 Enterprise Drive in the International Business Park, off Interstate 85 Exit 55. According to a news release, the building is available for occupancy.
Kannapolis Arts festival: Downtown Kannapolis invites local visual and performing artists and craftspeople to perform or display their art or craft at no charge at the next free Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival, scheduled for 1-5 p.m. Aug. 31. To book a space as a visual or performing artist, email email@example.com. Vendors must complete the vendor form at www.kannapolisarts.com. The art walk is sponsored by the organizers of the Modern Film Fest. Details: http://www.kannapolisarts.com.