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“The annual Camp Harmony Hill meeting will take place on Thursday October 10 and Friday October 11. This will mark the 130th year of the camp reunion. Religious services will begin at 7:00 p.m. each day and will be held in a large tent. A special musical prelude will begin at 6:30 pm The guest speaker for the services will be Dr. Richard Capps, director of missions for the Liberty Baptist Association in Thomasville. (10/7)

Photo: Jane Wooten Hartzog, originally from Statesville, has been elected North Carolina District Governor from Pilot International. As governor, Hartzog will also serve on the organization’s board of directors. Hartzog is the daughter of JC Wooten and the late Evaline Nash Wooten. She lives in Durham and is the administrator of a general practitioner. She has been a pilot for 14 years. North Carolina is the organization’s fifth largest district with 1,100 members and 19 clubs. (10/8)

“The Statesville Lady Greyhounds tennis team is not rebuilding itself, it is recharging. For the past twelve years, the Statesville High women’s tennis team has dominated the game of the Foothills Athletic Conference. More recently, the team has also been a force in the North Carolina State 3A tournament. On Monday, against South Iredell, the Hounds won another league title, their 11th in 13 years, and won Game 223, 31 losses, for head coach Wayne Harwell. (10/9)

“Photo: Joseph Henninger, MD, a retired local physician, was recently honored by the Iredell County Medical Society for spending 50 years as a registered physician. He received a certificate and pin, in recognition of his medical services. From left to right are Duncan McCall Jr., MD, Company Secretary; Henninger and Eugene Wells, MD, president of the company. (10/10)

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