The West Montgomery Baseball Team will be hosting Armed Forces Night Fri., Apr. 11, as part of their game versus South Davidson High School.
West Assistant Coach Mike Elkins said all veterans and active military personnel will be honored during a special pre-game recognition, and also with free admission to game and complimentary concessions.
The game starts Apr. 11 at 7 p.m., and coaches are asking the veterans and military personnel to be at the home team dug out by 6:30 p.m. to be part of the appreciation ceremony.
Mount Gilead Town Commissioners met Tuesday night. Among the business they took up was the naming of a previously-unnamed street.
The street was originally designed as a u-shaped segment connecting to S. School St. on the north side of the laundromat and the south side of the Masonic Lodge. The only portion of the road currently in use is from the laundromat down behind the library and police station, turning right to a private shop building built last year by Bill Price.
Price petitioned the town to name the street Price Lane, and the commissioners adopted the name after a short public hearing Tuesday night.
A full rebroadcast of the Town Commissioners meeting can be heard on WMTG Sun., Apr. 13, at 9 p.m.
West Montgomery High School and Montgomery Community College will host a “Career and College Promise” expo this evening.
The event is open to rising high school juniors and seniors and their families who want more information about the Career and College Program, an initiative which helps eligible high school students earn high school and college credits tuition-free while still in high school, preparing them for a job or for higher education after high school.
The expo is set for this evening, 6 to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria at West Montgomery High School. Details are available from the school office at 910-439-6191.
North Carolina authors Joyce and Jim Lavene will be at a discussion and book signing event in the county this weekend.
North Carolina authors Joyce and Jim Lavene appear at a book signing event. (photo courtesy of the authors)
The Lavenes are known for the popular Sharyn Howard mystery series, and they have also written contemporary romance novels and stock car mysteries, among other works. Altogether, they have penned more than 60 novels and written hundreds of non-fiction articles for national and regional publications.
Joyce and Jim Lavene live in Cabarrus County, and they will be at the Mount Gilead Library Sat., Apr. 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The public is welcome.
More information is available from any library in the county, or by phone at 910-572-1311. Find out more about the authors at http://www.joyceandjimlavene.com.