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After 12 years working as a teacher and guidance counselor, Lisa Bolumen wanted more freedom to give the people she worked with answers and advice she felt was more long lasting.

Compiled by Erica Batten

The goal of the Pathways to Success program is to prepare young people to succeed in the business world.

Folicle Salon and Spa raised more than $9,000 for childhood cancer research at its Go Bald to Beat Cancer event.

Recycling in Mecklenburg County has become popular.

Rocco Whalen, chef/owner of Fahrenheit in uptown Charlotte, has rolled out a new summer menu.

Military veterans and reservists will come together to play in the ninth annual Veterans and Reservists Golf Classic on June 26 at Charles T. Myers Golf Course.

Charlotte’s Mi-chele’ Johnson played basketball and tennis at Independence High School and went on to a degree in exercise science from Winston-Salem State University.

Catholic Charities will join with six local nonprofit organizations, professional agencies and educational boards to host the third annual World Refugee Day Charlotte.

Steele Creek’s Helen Evans, a 91-year-old missionary, lived in Da Lat, Vietnam, for 23 years teaching the Montagnards, who fled communist rule at end of the Vietnam War.

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