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Pancake Day

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PANCAKE DAY
March 17, 2016

You are invited to join us on 
Thursday, March 17th from 6:00 am until 7:30 pm for Pancake

Day ~ Concord’s Favorite Day!
 

Pancake Day has been a tradition in Concord for almost 60 years.  Each year, Board members, staff and volunteers spend the day cooking pancakes and sausage for close to 5,000 people!
Tickets are only $7.00 and include 2 HUGE pancakes, sausage, coffee, milk and Sun Drop. You may purchase tickets early at the Club or on the day of the event.  Hope to see you there.

3A State Championship

Jay M. Robinson vs. Terry Sanford

Listen to live (audio only) play by play from Carmichael Arena in Chapel Hill as the Jay M. Robinson Bulldogs try to cap a dream season against the defending state 3A champions from Terry Sanford in Fayetteville.
Time Warner Sports Channel has live streaming video on their channel.
Extensive coverage in the Independent Tribune
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Busy up-coming week

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5th Annual Cabarrus Sports Hall of Fame Induction

The Cabarrus County Sports Hall of Fame will induct its fifth class Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County. The event is free and open to the public. If you can make it, join us for the broadcast.

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Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus Pancake Day

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The annual Pancake Day at the Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County is Thursday, March 19. Pancakes, sausage and drinks, including Sundrop, will be served from 6 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

We'll broadcast live from 7 to 9 p.m.  and will stream video through lunch time.
We’ll broadcast live from 7 to 9 a.m. and will stream video through lunch time.

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4th Cabarrus Sports Hall of Fame class inducted

 

CONCORD, N.C. – The Fourth Annual Cabarrus County Sports Hall of Fame Induction is set for 7 p.m. today at the Boys and Girls Club of Cabarrus County.

This year’s class is made up of nine former athletes, coaches and leaders who made have made great impacts on their community, according the Hall of Fame Chairman Tony McClamrock.

Long-time principal and coach Richard A. Lapish is one of this year’s class.

The 1952 graduate of Concord High, played baseball at Appalachian State and  served in the military for 27 years and was a teacher, coach and principal for 35 years.

Coach Bill Watts, a 1949 graduate of Mount Pleasant High, is also being honored. He played baseball and football and went on to be captain at Lenior-Rhyne.

Watts coached for 46 years in Cabarrus County.

Other inductee Thursday will be: Bob Mauldin, Concord High 1956; Lafette Jordan, Concord 1976; Edwin “Eddie” Green, Kannapolis; Robert “Beetle” Auten, Hartsell High 1956; Earl B. Lentz Sr., A.L. Brown 1952; the late George Blanton, Concord High 1960; the late Edwin “Eddie” Green; and David Cook, Concord High 1947.

The ceremony is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday. The event is free and open to the public.

The ceremony will feature photos and highlights of the new hall of famers’ achievements.

Here are the current Hall of Fame members:

The 2013 class: Margaret Hagerty, Crystal Cox Crump, Melissa Morrison Howard, Amy Privette-Perko, Natrone Means, Haskell Lavon Stanback, Lance Smith, Benny Moose, and the late Roy Thomas, Arden Ray, Barbara Smith Roberson, Donnie Whittington, Carl A. Widenhouse, and Dale Earnhardt.

The 2012 class: Bill Ford, Larry Honeycutt, Kellie Rose Kennedy, Michael Morton Jr., E.Z. Smith III, Ethan Horton and the late John McInnus, Billy Goodman, Claude “Bear” Little, Leroy Scercy and George “Ick” Alley.

The 2011 class: Charles E. Rimer, Kenneth E. Basinger, W. Frank Cannon, Quin Troxler Dionne, Larry “Satch” Sedberry and Gene K. Verble Sr.

Check out some of our previous Cabarrus Sports Hall of Fame posts