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November 11, 2021

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704-484-1047 Our 38th Year • Issue No. 45 • November 11, 2021 "GOD BLESS AMERICA" 704-482-8464 2011 S. Lafayette St. (Hwy. 18 S) • Shelby, NC NORRIS MERCHANDISE 20 20 Shop Now for the Best Selection! hop Now for the Best Selection! Layaway Now For Christmas! New Outlet Hours: Mon-Tues Closed Wed.,Thurs. & Fri., 9:00-5:30 Sat., 9:00-3:00 1334 N. Post Rd • Shelby, NC 704-480-5530 (Outlet) 704-480-9390 (Answering Machine) OWNERS RETIRING... STORE CLOSING SALE CONTINUES!! STORE CLOSING SALE CONTINUES!! ¬¦£¡ထ¡¥£¡¡£န ၼၸ჌ ¤¡£ ¤¡£ §¡¡¡န §¡¡¡န OWNERS RETIRING OWNERS RETIRING OWNERS RETIRING Classic Lamp Outlet Classic Lamp Outlet by MICHAEL E. POWELL Writer – CF Media Steve Borders family and Elizabeth Baptist Church want- ed to do something special to recognize and honor Cleveland County law enforcement, so they thought a delicious lunch would be just the thing. Turns out it was a great idea and that's just what happened Oct. 26, at the Borders' farm and cabin, located just outside of Waco, where the fine men and women of the Cleveland County law enforcement com- munity were treated to said lunch by the Borders and their church friends, as a way to say, "Thank you for protecting our community!" The Tuesday event took place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shel- by Police Chief Jeff Ledford, Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman, Kings Mountain Police Chief Lisa Proctor, officers and support personnel from all three departments attended. Gary Warlick from the Sheriff's Office came by to pick up plates for officers who were not in attendance. Cleveland County Com- missioners Doug Bridges, Deb Hardin, and Johnny Hutchins and Senator Ted Alexander also came by to enjoy the great meal and fellowship with everyone. The Borders and their friends, served the meal. Steve, a former educator, Interim School Superintendent, and Director of Administration for Cleveland County Schools said friends and church mem- bers assisting at the cook- out were Jerry and Joyce Gardner, Jim Hollingsworth, Dickie Hayes, Jamie Jones, Lacey Ange, Meda Dixon, Lisa Washburn, Tim Smith (of EBC), Brian Cook and Tony Berry. "We also want to thank Elizabeth Baptist pastor, Rev. Rit Varriale and Eddie Clay, and Joyce Robert's Sunday School Class, which provided desserts," said Steve, who added that Grover Elementary School provided student- written letters to the officers, along with a welcoming banner See LUNCHEON, Page 8 Law Enforcement Appreciation luncheon given for local officers Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman, Cindy and Steve Borders, and Shelby Police Chief Jeff Ledford at the Oct. 26 luncheon for law enforcement officers held at the Borders' family farm, outside of Waco. (photos by MEP/CF Media) A group of Cleveland County law enforcement officers enjoying hot dogs with all the fixin's at the luncheon. Shelby Police Chief Jeff Ledford, Cleveland County Commissioner Deb Hardin, Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman, and Cleveland County Commissioners Johnny Hutchins and Doug Bridges at the Law Enforcement luncheon. Some of the fine folks serving up the great food for the law enforcement offi- cers who came to the Borders family's Oct. 26 luncheon held in their honor. Left to right are Lisa Washburn, Meda Dixon, and Cindy Borders. We Salute Our Veterans!

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