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December is time to band trees against cankerworms; plant bulbs, trees, shrubs and woody herbs; start early vegetables indoors; and prepare spring beds.
The Hadassah Israeli Product Fair will be 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Dec.14 at the Sam Lerner Center in Charlotte’s Shalom Park.
During her year of membership, Gail Esprit said she has reaped the many benefits of the Stratford-Richardson YMCA. Between the water aerobics class and a diabetes prevention program, Esprit has lost 45 pounds.
Marine Corps officer candidate and former Johnson & Wales volleyball player is celebrating her 21st birthday by raising money for the Semper Fi Fund.
A partnership between a local elementary school, UNCCharlotte and a national nonprofit not only is benefiting young students but training future educators.
Since she suffered a panic attack at college, Faison Covington, 66, has made it her mission to help other people with anxiety disorders.
The gymnasium of the University City branch of the YMCA recently was transformed into a huge dining facility that served Thanksgiving dinner to about 700 people. The event took place 6-8 p.m. Nov. 20.
Painted. Artist Alliance is a group of nine Charlotte painters who paint in different styles but share similar beliefs about working together to exhibit their works and contributing 10 percent of the proceeds to charity.
For 13 years, Lois’ Lodge has provided shelter and help to young women age 14-30 facing the challenges of unplanned pregnancies.
Residents of Mecklenburg County are being asked for their input on which natural disasters and hazards they believe are the greatest risks for their communities.
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