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News of Prior Years
Support National Day Of Service And Remembrance By Volunteering In Freedom Park
National Day of Service and Remembrance was established to encourage all Americans to participate in service activities in observance of the anniversary of 9/11 each year.
Outdoor Pools To Close Labor Day; Spraygrounds Remain Open On Weekends Through September 26
Outdoor pools include Cordelia and Double Oaks. Spraygrounds are located in five different parks throughout the county.
Our Children's Memorial Walkway Holds 6th Annual Memorial Service For Victims Of 9/11
Our Children's Memorial Walkway Inc invites the community to attend the 6th annual "Charlotte Remembers 9/11 Service" on Saturday September 11, 2010 at 8:30am.
521 Recreation Center Changes Name To Elon Recreation Center
The new name will help the recreation center align itself with nearby Elon Park and Elon Elementary School.
Celebrating Little Sugar Creek's Change From "Gray Way" To Greenway
It’s the most prominent section of Charlotte’s most prominent creek. And the public is invited to celebrate the completion of the Little Sugar Creek stream restoration and greenway project from Charlottetowne Avenue to Morehead street.
Annual Festival Offers Close-Up View Of Hummingbirds At Reedy Creek
The festival features fun for the whole family with games, music, nature hikes, displays, vendors, crafts, and face-painting.
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