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Mobile Food Pantry Feb. 23

Feb. 19. Union Bethel AME Zion Church is organizing a free Mobile Food Pantry at Smithville Park on Feb. 23 from 3 pm to 5 pm. The church is asking participants sign up beforehand to help ensure health and safety precautions. Responses will not disqualify anyone from participating. The mobile pantry is a partnership with […]


CARE Center executive director receives inaugural Mayor’s Award for Excellence

Dec. 22. Manny Rosado, the executive director at the Neighborhood C.A.R.E Center in Cornelius, has received the Mayor’s Award of Excellence for his commitment to our community in the midst of the pandemic and ensuing financial hardship for many people. The CARE Center was established by Grace Covenant Church in 2016, to help connect people […]


Davidson Community Foundation launches new emergency fund

Dec. 21. With eviction protections expiring at the end of this month, and the ability to pay both current rent plus any back rent owed a heavy lift for many, the Davidson Community Foundation is planning its third round of grants to local non-profits in mid-January. —Without grant funding for January and February, the Ada […]

Allen Tate contributes $84,000 to public education

Dec. 18. Allen Tate agents and employees raised $84,000 for public education organizations through Tate Cares Operation Education. Total contributions to public education are in excess of $2.4 million. The traditional FUNday events were not held, but a special fundraising campaign enabled the company to give back. “Public education challenges are greater than ever as […]


Cornelius cares: United Way Day of Caring

Sept. 14. There was a big turnout Saturday all around town for United Way’s Day of Caring. Volunteers were at places like the Community Garden on Catawba Avenue and Robbins Park on West Catawba to clean up and get ready for cooler weather. Kelly Osborne, president of the Parent Teachers Organization at Cornelius Elementary, was […]