Friday is the deadline to apply one of four $2,000 academic scholarships sponsored by the Lake Norman Regional Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary.
Any students pursuing a degree or certification program in the medical field is encouraged to apply. Previous recipients may reapply.
Awards will be based on academic performance and financial need.
The deadline is Friday. For an application go to the visitors' desk in the hospital lobby, 171 Fairview Road, Mooresville, or see your high school guidance counselor.
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A popular bluegrass band from western North Carolina will give a benefit concert at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Mooresville.
Balsam Range, a recording group from Haywood County, will appear at the Mooresville High School auditorium in a concert sponsored by the Exchange/SCAN Child & Parenting Center of Iredell County.
For a $25 donation to SCAN, which works to prevent child abuse, a patron will receive two tickets to the concert. Tickets are $15 each at the door. All proceeds will benefit SCAN.
For ticket information call 704-664-4122 in Mooresville or 704-878-2227 in Statesville.
Concerts on the Green, Davidson's annual spring and summer concert series, seeks sponsors for this year's events. Concerts will be 6-8 p.m. the first and third Sundays of each month. The schedule will be available soon.
For sponsorship details, visit www.ci.davidson.nc.us and click on the "Concerts on the Green" link at left.
The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department will host a series on how to manage your finances from 7 to 8 p.m. April 4, 11, 18 and 25 at the Town Center Rotunda.
Fee is $10. Registration: 704-885-0334 by Thursday.
Dr. Jacqueline Zinn, a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at Lake Norman Orthopedic Spine Center in Mooresville, will be the guest speaker at the April 6 meeting of Senior Extra, the hospital's health and wellness program for seniors. Zinn will discuss compression fractures.
Details: 704-660-4859; www.seniorextra.com.
Community School of Davidson needs sponsors for its fundraising golf tournament April 29 at Pine Island Country Club in Charlotte. Money raised will help offset capital expenses.
Details: 704-896-6262; www.csdnc.org/fundraising/golf_tournament.
A "Back to Basics" series of beginner classes on growing herbs will be offered this spring by the Davidson Parks and Recreation Department at the Parks and Recreation office, 416 Armour St., Davidson. Each session meets 9:30-11:30 a.m. and costs $15 per person.
Advance registration is required. Register at www.d-Recs.org or call 704-892-3349.
Larry Mayfield of Huntersville scored a hole-in-one, his first, on the 156-yard, par 3 No. 9 at Mooresville Golf Course. He used a 7-iron.
Joe Marusak and Scott Verner