wants to expand its operation.
meeting and at the Town of Oakboro Board of Commissioners January 24 meeting.
All Cabarrus County Government offices will close today, Friday, January 25, at 2 pm. This includes DHS, transportation, parks, landfill, libraries and senior centers.
The Cabarrus County Courthouse is currently open.
ighted to have you as mayor,” said council member Larry Baucom in closing statements.
Stanly County Unofficial 2012 Election Results
For detailed information on the number of voters and percentages, visit the Stanly County Board of Election website.
U.S. House of Representatives District 8: Richard Hudson
N.C. Governor: Pat McCrory
N.C. Lieutenant Governor: Dan Forest
N.C. Attorney General: Roy Cooper
N.C. Auditor: Debra Goldman
N.C. Commissioner of Agriculture: Steve Troxler
N.C. Commissioner of Insurance: Mike Causey
N.C. Commissioner of Labor: Cherie Berry
N.C. Secretary of State: Ed Goodwin
N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruction: John Tedesco
N.C. Treasurer: Steve Royal
N.C. State Senate District 25: Gene McIntyre
N.C. House of Representatives District 67: Justin P. Burr
Stanly County Board of Commissioners: Peter Asciutto and Tony M. Dennis
Stanly County Register of Deeds: Suzanne Lowder
N.C. Supreme Court Associate Justice: Paul Martin Newby
N.C. Court of Appeals Judge: Linda McGee
N.C. Court of Appeals Judge: Marty McGee
N.C. Court of Appeals Judge: Chris Dillon
N.C. District Court Judge District 20A: John R. Nance
N.C. District Court Judge District 20A: Amanda L. Wilson
Stanly County Board of Education District 1: Lonnie Chandler
Stanly County Board of Education District 2: Mitzie Almond
Stanly County Board of Education District 3: Angela C. Mills
Stanly County Board of Education District 4: Tracy Lowder
Stanly County Board of Education District 5: Mike Barbee
Every two years, the Stanly County community gets the chance to spend an evening bidding on trips, jewelry, wine, golf packages and more while supporting a local nonprofit that supports individuals and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the area.
GHA Autism Supports is an organization that has grown from serving five children to now helping more than 80 individuals in over 25 different programs receive the care they need. The organization began in 1978 when a group of parents sought support for opening a children’s resi- dence. GHA Autism Supports provides residential, vocational, educational, community, and in-home services.
This year’s Gala Auction is an Italian-themed event: A Toast to Tuscany. The cost of the event is $75 per couple of $40 per individual. Guests will dine on Italian dishes while bidding on a variety of items in the silent and live auctions.
Many of the items up for purchase are donated from local businesses.
Primarily funded through Medicaid, GHA Autism Supports has a great need for financial support from the community. With the political discourse over the future of Medicaid, the organization hopes the Gala Auction will help to ease the dependence on an insecure financial source.
“This fundraiser will support the quality service the organization provides to individuals with autism,” said GHA Autism Chief Development Officer, Beth Olivieri.
For reservations, call Olivieri 704-982-9600, ext. 125.
Cabarrus Family Medicine celebrated the opening of their new Locust location with a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, October 22 with local business and political leaders from the area. The new family medicine clinic has 18 exam rooms and is part of the Carolinas Healthcare System. Among those present was Rep. Larry Kissell.
“Congratulations to the community and to the town for having this facility and thanks to the folks that make it possible, the folks that work here. This is a sign of the growth of this area,” said Kissell.