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A U.S. Navy veteran and local musician from Charlotte is organizing an April13 concert to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

Linda Dalton and Jane Estep have traveled all over Mecklenburg, Gaston, Lincoln, Rowan and Iredell counties and several counties in South Carolina photographing and documenting decorative items the early settlers had. They’ve logged more than 700 items, and they now are sharing their findings in community presentations.

AARP Chapter 5087 meets at 10a.m. the last Thursday of every month at C.N. Jenkins Memorial Presbyterian Church.

The goal of the program is to help children with autism by teaching them the fundamentals of tennis.

Charlotte City Council member Greg Phipps plans to host a community meeting April 8 to update University City residents on plans for improving the railroad corridor between Harrisburg and Charlotte.

A college term paper he wrote more than three decades ago sparked Charlotte’s Chuck Ketchie’s fascination with exploring the historic water-powered grist mills in North Carolina.

Regularly remembering that we all are going to die can lead to happiness, said Gen Kelsang Tilopa, an ordained monk and resident teacher at the Vajradhara Buddhist Center in Charlotte.

Compiled by Erica Batten

An international ministry that provides microfinance loans and spiritual support to people in poverty is bringing its story to Charlotte.

Attorney Robert Forquer cut back on his traditional law practice and launched outreach programs because he ‘just wanted to take some time and learn to love all kinds of people’

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