I-77/Gilead Road: There will be a drop-in public workshop 4-7 p.m. Sept. 1 for a project to improve the Interstate 77/Gilead Road interchange. A diverging diamond interchange has been proposed. The workshop will be held in the Board Room at Huntersville Town Hall, 101 Huntersville-Concord Road, Huntersville. Details: huntersville.org.
Activate Community Through Theatre
Classes: Short Attention Span Theatre is ACT’s offering for seniors 55 and older. This 12-week total theater experience starts 1-3 p.m. Sept. 10 culminates with a performance of selected 10-minute plays for the community on Nov. 19. No experience or memorization is necessary. The $225 fee includes production costs. Classes are held at the Warehouse of Performing Arts Center, 9216 Westmoreland Road, Cornelius. For information contact Wrenn Goodrum at 704-707-6757 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. www.activatecommunitythroughtheatre.com.
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Save Summer Cats
Sonic savings cards: Sonic is the summer sponsor as the Humane Society of Iredell raises money for the extra costs of warm-weather rescue of cats and kittens. HSI is offering $5 Sonic savings cards packed with discounts and buy one, get one free offers. The Humane Society of Iredell keeps every penny of the $5 card for our rescue and re-homing programs. Cards are available in the Cat Office at the main adoption center, 110 Robinson Road at N.C. 150 by Big Daddy’s, Mooresville, and at the Mooresville PetSmart cat adoption fairs while supplies last. Details: email@example.com or HumaneSocietyofIredell.org.
Land donated: The town accepted the donation of about 5 acres that runs along the Duke Power right-of-way between Morrison Farm Road and Stillwater Road. Interim Town Manager David Treme says the town has no immediate or future need for the property given by John Kinley. No substantial structures can be built on the property because of the transmission lines.
Mayor Ronald Wyatt, at the Town Council meeting when the vote was taken, expressed concerns over maintenance, high voltage power/transmission lines and the property being a high tax base for the town. On the upside, he noted portions of the property have lake views.
Public Works Manager Adam Lippard said the public dumps trash on the property.