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    Over 73 years Charlotte's historic Excelsior Club has survived economic downturns, racial upheaval and changing ownership. Now it not only faces foreclosure, but nearly $200,000 in federal taxes.

Over 73 years Charlotte's historic Excelsior Club has survived economic downturns, racial upheaval and changing ownership. Now it not only faces foreclosure, but nearly $200,000 in federal taxes. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer
Over 73 years Charlotte's historic Excelsior Club has survived economic downturns, racial upheaval and changing ownership. Now it not only faces foreclosure, but nearly $200,000 in federal taxes. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer

A landmark Charlotte club where Nat King Cole once played will get restored, reopen

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