Habitat yard and farmers market sale: Our Towns Habitat for Humanity ReStore will hold a community sale and festival 7:30 a.m.-noon Sept. 10 at the ReStore at 20414 N. Main St. Vendors can rent yard sale booths for $10; farmers market booths for $20 and community business expo booths for $20. To register, visit www.ourtownshabitat.org. Details: Amy DeCaron, 704.896.8957, ext. 109.
Police honored: The Davidson Police Department has been awarded accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. (CALEA). Chief Jeanne Miller said department members were thrilled. "Years of hard work and diligent preparation have finally paid off," she said.
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Nonprofit funding: The town's new nonprofit committee has awarded $50,000 to five area organizations.
The committee allocated funding to the Ada Jenkins Center, $14,286; the Arts & Science Council, $10,714; the Davidson Housing Coalition, $10,714; the Davidson Lands Conservancy, $7,143; and, for the first time, the Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center, $7,143. Each nonprofit received 70 percent of its request in the allocation.