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Warren C. Coleman Next Learning Discussion Topic

The next learning discussion with Dr. Norman McCullough is scheduled for Monday, April 25.

This month’s theme is unapologetic male leaders in community and political action. The subject is the history of the Warren C. Coleman Mill and the history of politics in Cabarrus, including Coleman’s attempts to run for Cabarrus County Commissioner.

The show will also recognize other leaders from history. The next learning session will be Monday, April 26, from 6 to 8 pm at Price Memorial AME Zion Church, 192 Spring St., Concord.

This location is significant because it was built by Coleman and decades later, the family life center addition was dedicated to the memory of Alan T. Small, who served as a city councilman from 1997 to 2006.

4-H Foundation with fundraiser

Cabarrus 4-H Foundation is hosting a Port-A-Pit BBQ fundraiser on April 29, by advance order only. Meals will include 1/2 BBQ Chicken, BBQ Slaw, Baked Beans and Roll for $10. Book before April 22 at go.ncsu.edu/cabarrus4hfoundation.

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All proceeds go to support 4-H youth development programs in Cabarrus County. Meals can also be ordered in advance and donated to local first responders. These donated meals will be delivered locally. The Cabarrus 4-H Foundation is a local non-profit organization started by volunteer 4-H leaders and local 4-H youth development professionals.

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