Posted on 24 April 2015.
Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis introduced Ellen Donaldson, chair of the Davidson Cornelius Child Development Center board. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
By DAVID BORAKS
DAVIDSON – Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis calls the Davidson Cornelius Child Development Center “an amazing story.” Amazing, because the center keeps hitting milestones on its road back from near failure in 2009, including breaking into the black financial in 2014, for the first time in years.
Davidson Mayor John Woods says the nearly 50-year-old center is “an incredibly important asset in our communities.” Among other things, it’s the area’s only remaining N.C. five-star sliding-scale day care, available to families regardless of their income. Read the full story
Posted in Cornelius, Davidson, Fund-raisers, Top Stories
Posted on 24 April 2015.
It’s spring and the bees are buzzing. Barry Michael of Cornelius captured this little guy doing his job.
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Posted on 21 April 2015.
Tilly Boraks of Davidson, an 8th grader at Bailey Middle School, accepted a first place award at the North Carolina PTA Reflections award ceremony Saturday at NC State University’s McKimmon Center. Tilly took first place in the film category for “H8ter Blockers.” Pictured are Donald Dunn, left, the North Carolina PTA president, mom Shelley Rigger, Tilly, and Otha Thornton, national president of the PTA.
RALEIGH - Young Rothkos, Coppolas, and Roths have been competing in the Reflections national art competition, organized by the US Parent Teacher Association, and the winners of the state-level competition were announced April 18 at NC State University. Several Lake Norman area students brought home awards for their entries in six categories – choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography, and visual arts – on the theme “The world would be a better place if …”
Tilly Boraks, an eighth grader at Bailey Middle School, took first place in the film production category, with her film “H8ter Blockers.” Brandi Alden of Bailey Middle School won second place in dance choreography. Madison Hopkins of J.M. Alexander Middle School took second place in literature. Sophie Lonergan, of Huntersville Elementary, won third place in Visual Arts for K-2. Read the full story
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