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The Claremont Courier

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CLAREMONT, NC 28610
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The Claremont Courier AUGUST EDITION 2015 NOW AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT CATAWBA COUNTY....• Claremont is consumed by construction projects – Oxford Street in Claremont sees five major construction projects break ground this summer. • Field set for Nov. 3 general elections – Municipal general elections to be held in Catawba, Claremont, Conover, Maiden, and Newton in November. • Claremont Elementary School garden benefits everyone – Garden at Claremont Elementary School teaches children about growing healthy food and more. • Catawba might change the way it collects garbage – Catawba Town Council looks at alternatives to the way it currently collects its garbage. • Claremont looks at the expansion of its city limits – Claremont City Council approves ordinance expanding the corporate limits of the city. • Conover approves Conover Station subdivision – Parcel of land to include Warlong Building, patio area, sidewalks, and a yard northeast of the building. • County launches app to report code violations • Claremont Lions Club installs new officers • Conover to host National Night Out event on Aug. 4 • Cargo Transporters makes donation to Abernethy Laurels • Hospice seeks patient support volunteers • Claremont business collecting winter clothes for kids • United Way ‘Stuff the Bus’ collection underway • Murray’s Mill to host 31st annual harvest folk festival in September • Claremont Daze announces live music line-up • The Green Room to host Shakespeare in the Park in August • Humane Society to host golf tournament on Aug. 25 • Pink Heals to host 5K and fun run on Aug. 8 in Newton • Sherrills Ford Optimist hosting fall sports sign-ups • Catawba Fire Department to host golf tournament on Aug. 24 • Annual Hospice tennis tournament planned for Conover in September • Newton currently hosting fall sports sign-ups • Bunker Hill Optimist Club to host fall sports sign-ups • Tony Pope Memorial 5K walk/run scheduled for Sept. 12 • CVCC to host basketball tournament on Aug. 15 ...MONTHLY COLUMNS... FROM THE PUBLISHER BY SCOTT W. RAMSEY – The downside of social networking • CATAWBA COUNTY CORNER BY DAVE HARDIN – Avoiding tragedy on the water • FINANCIAL FOCUS BY EYAN TOWNSEND – No secrets to investment success • THE MEDICAL MESSAGE BY DR. MARK HAWKINS – The advantages of Medicare • FROM THE PULPIT BY REV. DENNIS J. RICHARDS, SR., D.MIN., D.D – ONE SERVANT OF GOD: II Timothy 4:6-18

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