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Compiled by Gina Smith

Mooresville High

Dinner theater: Tickets are now on sale for the Drama Department’s dinner-theater production of “The Death of Dr. Pepper,” to be performed at 6 p.m. Nov. 18 on the school’s Magnolia Campus, 160 S. Magnolia St., Mooresville. The program is open to the public and features dinner and dessert, a spoofy murder mystery, musical entertainment, a clue hunt and prizes. Tickets are $10 each and advance purchase is required. No tickets will be available at the door. Seating is limited. Tickets are available at the school’s main office. Details: Ron Higdon at

Woodland Heights Elementary

Sprit Night: A dining-out fundraiser for the school will be held 5-8 p.m. Nov. 13 at Showmars Restaurant, 138 Williamson Road, Mooresville. A portion of the night’s proceeds will benefit the school. Details:

Brawley Middle

Helicopter visit: On Oct. 17, Brawley Middle School aviation and crime-scene investigation classes received a visit from the Carolinas Medical Center MedCenter Air 2 medical helicopter and its flight crew members, who flew in from their Hickory base to talk to students about their jobs.

The aviation class learned about how the helicopter works and the CSI classes learned about what typse of patients are flown in the helicopter. After a question-and-answer session, the students got to see MedCenter Air 2 take off. The event was arranged by Brawley Middle School assistant principal Christopher Grace and school resource officer Deputy Brian Nichols.

Lakeshore Middle

Ice cream fundraiser: Coldstone Creamery will donate a portion of the price of all ice cream cakes and pies bought online and tagged with the message “Lakeshore Middle” through Jan. 3 to the school Garden Club.

The Garden Club recently lost all its funding and needs the money to buy plants, soil and other supplies. To order ice cream cakes and pies and schedule pickup at a local store, visit