Rabies clinic: The Cabarrus Health Alliance, in cooperation with Cabarrus County Animal Control and local veterinarians, will host rabies vaccination clinics through May 22. $10. Cats and dogs are required to have rabies vaccinations. Details and a list of participating veterinarians: www.cabarrushealth.org.
Foundation board: The Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Foundation has added seven board members, bringing the number of foundation board members to 20: Cordelia Andrews, Concord, a community activist and volunteer; William Burgin of Salisbury, principal with Ramsay Burgin Smith Architects Inc.; Patricia Horton, Concord, president & CEO, Cabarrus Bank & Trust Co.; Katrina King, Kannapolis, director of professional and support services at Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville; William (Brian) Miller, Salisbury, city executive and senior vice president for Branch Bank and Trust; Edward Norvell, Salisbury, attorney; and Kathy Waters, Concord, a nonprofit consultant. The RCCC Foundation is a nonprofit organization established to generate, receive and manage charitable contributions to the college.
NASCAR fan package
Tourism raffle: Visit Lake Norman recently kicked off a campaign to celebrate tourism with a raffle of a NASCAR Fan Package valued at over $1,200. All proceeds go to Big Day at the Lake 6 and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte. The fan package includes two tickets for the Coca-Cola 600 in the Cabarrus County Convention and Visitors Bureau Suite, food and drinks during the race, a pit pass and admission to Michael Waltrip Racing. Raffle tickets are $5 each and will be available through May 28 at the Visit Lake Norman Visitor Center, 19900 W. Catawba Ave., Cornelius, or by calling 704-987-3300.