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Lincoln Charter School
Golf tournament: The fourth annual Soar Invitational Golf Tournament will be held March 27 to raise funds to enhance the athletic and physical fitness programs sponsored by the Booster Club. $65 per person or $250 per team of four. Early bird registration: $60 per person or $240 per team of four. Early bird registration is due by Feb. 26. All player registration and payment is due by March 19. Tournament begins 9 a.m. March 27. Westport Golf Club, Denver. Contact Beth, Kevin or Joy with questions: 704-483-8630.
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Theater production: The Cannon Theater Company will present "And Then There Were None," set on an isolated island off the coast of England and based on the murder mystery novel by Agatha Christie, 7 p.m. Feb. 25. Cannon School, Taylor Hall, 5801 Poplar Tent Road, Concord. Contact: David Fitzsimmons, 704-786-8171.
Grace Covenant Academy
Open house: Prospective Families are invited to an open houses Monday, March 1. Morning time is 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. and evening time is 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Please RSVP or register online at www.gracecovenantacademy.org.
Honor council: A junior at Davidson College, Elizabeth "Betsy" M. Lyles, has been elected to the Honor Council as a defense advisor. She is the daughter of Steedman and Cissi Lyles and is a 2007 graduate of North Mecklenburg High School. The Honor Council is a student-led disciplinary body that serves as the primary judiciary body of the college, responsible for hearing cases involving alleged violations of the Honor Code and the Code of Responsibility. Who's who: A Charlotte senior at Davidson College, Alysen Wallace, has been inducted into the Who's Who national honors program. She is the daughter of Lester and Alesia Wallace and is a 2006 graduate of Harding University High School.
Hough High School
Planning meeting: Hough High principal Terri Cockerham is holding a meeting to decide whether parents want a PTSA or PTSO. 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 2. Bailey Middle School, 11900 Bailey Road, Cornelius.
Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Family nights: Family Nights is a free, substance abuse prevention and positive parenting series for families with one or more high-school youth. Family Nights will be held once per semester in each of the six geographic learning communities served by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. You do not need to attend in your home area if another group is more convenient for your family. Groups will be held in the evenings. The youth does not need to be enrolled in a Charlotte-Mecklenburg School but must reside within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district. Middle school siblings are eligible to participate in the youth prevention activities as well, but the high school student must attendNo walk-ins will be accepted. Families must pre-enroll through the HRAAPP office. Referrals may be made by guidance counselors or other referrals. Families wishing to self-refer may contact the HRAAPP office at 980-343-2612. You will meet with your counselor for pre-assessment and program orientation prior to the first class. Contact HRAPP, email@example.com.
Davidson IB Middle
Future winners: The third time proved to be the charm for Davidson IB Middle School as students competed in the National Future City competition. The team of eighth-grade students along with their teacher Jay Hager and engineering mentor Dane Horna from S&ME Inc. won first place Feb. 16 at the national Future City competition held in Washington, D.C. The school was eligible to compete after winning the regional competition last month at N.C. State University. The team has won the state title for three consecutive years. The Future City competition is a nationwide contest held for seventh and eighth-grade students to get them interested in engineering. They are challenged to design a future city that employs engineering solutions to environmental and fiscal concerns. This year's theme focused on creating affordable living spaces for people who lost their homes due to a disaster or financial emergency. The teams designed their concept while adhering to green-building standards, with an emphasis on energy efficiency.