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Forbes America’s Top Women Wealth Advisors list is comprised of 1,000 women advisors. It was developed by SHOOK Research and is based on in-person and telephone due diligence meetings to measure factors such as: quality of practice, industry experience, compliance record, assets under management and revenue. Neither UBS Financial Services Inc. nor its employees pay a fee in exchange for these ratings. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Investment performance is not a criterion because client objectives and risk tolerances vary, and advisors rarely have audited performance reports. Rankings are based on the opinions of SHOOK Research, LLC and not indicative of future performance or representative of any one client’s experience. As a firm providing wealth management services to clients, UBS Financial Services Inc. offers investment advisory services in its capacity as an SEC-registered investment adviser and brokerage services in its capacity as an SEC-registered broker-dealer. Investment advisory services and brokerage services are separate and distinct, differ in material ways and are governed by different laws and separate arrangements. It is important that clients understand the ways in which we conduct business, that they carefully read the agreements and disclosures that we provide to them about the products or services we offer. For more information, please review the PDF document at For designation disclosures, visit © UBS 2020. All rights reserved. UBS Financial Services Inc. is a subsidiary of UBS AG. Member FINRA/SIPC. CJ-UBS-370913514 IS2001685 Exp.: 04/30/2021

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Contents 6 Welcome to the Lake Norman Region

13 History

How Lake Norman was created

14 Accolades

The Lake Norman area wins again and again

15 30 things to

know and do at Lake Norman

16 Personal

Watercraft Laws

17 Link in to the community

18 Real Estate

Lake Norman offers real estate for every stage of life

20 Education

The best passports to the future through Lake Norman education

23 Higher Learning

Education opportunities to pique your interest

26 Health Care

Lake Norman’s medical community is there for you

28 Culture

An impressive arts and culture scene

29 Shopping

Your retail needs are covered

30 Business

Attracing corporations on a global scale

32 Eats

Sweet and savory selections

33 Craft Beer

LKN Breweries are adventurous and engaged


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34 Farmers’ Markets

Fresh produce finds

35 Out and About


Mark your calendars

MacAdam Smith

36 Get Outside

A look at the area’s greenways

38 Location, Location, Location

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You’re close to everything

Sharon Simpson

40 The Towns of

Lake Norman — Huntersville

42 The Towns of

Lake Norman — Cornelius

44 The Towns of

Lake Norman — Davidson

46 Faith

Finding your place


Renee Roberson

Advertising Sales Executives

Carole Lambert

47 Weddings

Create a fantasy wedding with Visit Lake Norman

48 Recreation

Stay active in a natural setting

50 Sports

Beth Packard

There’s never a dull moment for sports

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52 On Course

A variety of golf awaits

53 Chamber Events

and Awards for Local Businesses

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Welcome to the Lake Norman Region




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On behalf of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce and our more than 800+ active business members, it is a pleasure to welcome you to the Lake Norman region. This past year has presented a tremendous challenge to our nation and region as we have dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic. Our business community has responded to those challenges with determination, resilience, and innovation as we meet the needs of our growing and diverse population. Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Lake Norman, our lake towns offer the perfect opportunity for both visitors and newcomers to enjoy the lake living lifestyle of Cornelius and Mooresville, the smalltown college charm of Davidson, and the vitality of Huntersville with its abundant shopping and recreational facilities. Lake Norman, located just outside of Charlotte, provides visitors and newcomers with a window to the past and an eye to the future. The lake is home to the land where the Catawba Indians once walked, and the early European settlers made their stand. Today, it is home to vibrant business parks and retail centers. New neighborhoods have emerged, and families have relocated to


the region, making Lake Norman one of the fastest growing areas in the country. Our proximity to the cultural opportunities of Charlotte, mixed with the charm and lake living lifestyle of our small towns make Lake Norman a great place to work, live and visit. We encourage you to use this important resource with our buyer’s guide (beginning on page 54) to Shop the Lake and enjoy our diverse array of retailers, shopping centers and restaurants. Treat yourself to the Charlotte region’s premier parks or take in one of our historical sites. We hope Great Lake Living gives you a glimpse into why so many new families are making Lake Norman their home. Visitors and residents can browse VisitLakeNorman. org for more information on dining and entertainment, and newcomers and prospective businesses can find out more about the region at the website. Again, on behalf of our business community and our lake towns we welcome you to Lake Norman.

Sincerely, W.E. “Bill” Russell, CCE President Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce



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An innovative idea and a dream The story behind the creation of Lake Norman

Lake Norman enjoys such a popularity and celebration of lake living it’s almost hard to believe it hasn’t always been here. What first started out as a plan to help generate power has turned into an everyday way of life that atracts visitors and newcomers from all over the country. In the early 1900s, James B. Duke, William S. Lee and Dr. W. Gil Wylie envisioned how a series of dams on the Catawba River could literally power the South’s future, in particular the Carolina Piedmont’s future.

THE MCGUIRE NUCLEAR STATION, NAMED FOR DUKE POWER PRESIDENT FROM 1959-1971 W.B. MCGUIRE, BEGAN OPERATING IN 1981. Cowans Ford Dam was built by Duke Power (now Duke Energy) on a historic Revolutionary War battle site. Ground was broken on the project on September 28, 1959. Four years later the dam was complete with a length of 7,387 feet, which includes more than a mile of earthen dam. The concrete portion alone is 1,279 feet long and 130 feet high. Bill Lee, the grandson of William S. Lee and the chairman of Duke Power Company at the time, led this engineering feat. While the complexity of the project seemed at times staggering, not to mention the emotional impact on the community as two river crossings (Sherrill’s Ford and Beatty’s Ford) would be flooded in addition to many original homesites, Lake Norman was the result of a dream (60 years in the making) come true. Often referred to as “The Inland Sea,” Lake Norman offers 520 miles of shoreline (more than North and South 2020-2021

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BY LORI K. TATE Carolina’s coasts combined) and is named for Norman Atwater Cocke, a retired Duke Power president. For years, Lake Norman was a weekend getaway destination, as people in the Piedmont would flock to cabins along its shores to get away from every day life. In 1964 Duke Power offered more than 2,600 cottage sites with leases starting at $120 a year. Eventually subdivisions were established, and folks began to live on Lake Norman’s shores full time. Though people started realizing how beautiful and satisfying lake living was, heavy development didn’t take off until the 1990s, as the Charlotte area’s thriving business environment brought more people to the area and the infrastrure was in place to support a larger population. While Lake Norman has more than lived up to its powerproducing expectations, it has also transformed what was once a heavily agricultural and textile community into more of a resort area that attracts a variety of people from around the world. On the north end of the lake, you’ll still find many agricultural pockets untouched by development. If you hit it on the right day, you might even discover a cow or two soaking in the water off the shores of Catawba County. The southern part of the lake attracts many people who make their living in nearby Charlotte. When traffic flows, you can travel from your office in Uptown Charlotte to Lake Norman in approximately 30 to 40 minutes. Not many urban areas offer a lakeside respite so quickly. As power continues to flow from Lake Norman, so do its memories. Ask around and you’re likely to find someone who was around when the lake filled. They’ll remember the Robert E. Lee, the first tour boat on the lake; the 85-pound catfish that won the state record; Outrigger Harbor, the original marina that stood where The Peninsula Yacht Club is today; and how Hurricane Hugo ravaged Lake Norman’s shores in 1989. Note: Lake Norman Our Inland Sea (bottom right) by Bill and Diana Gleasner and Images of America Around Lake Norman (top right) by Cindy Jacobs were used as research tools for this article. Both are excellent books about Lake Norman’s history. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


Area Accolades A Round of Applause LKN continues to receive national recognition

MSN compiled a list of the 11 Best Lake Towns in the United States in 2019, and Cornelius ranked fourth. Davidson ranked 10th on The South’s Best Food Towns List 2019 by Southern Living. USA Today ranked Davidson as the wealthiest town in the state in May 2019 based on the fact that most households in Davidson earn six-figure incomes. Kindred restaurant in Davidson was named “The South’s Best Restaurant in North Carolina” by Southern Living in 2018.


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Charlotte Magazine ranked Davidson as Charlotte’s No. 1 suburb in 2017, while Cornelius placed fourth and Huntersville placed fifth. Davidson was designated Bee City USA in 2017 for its commitment to creating sustainable habitats for native pollinators. Huntersville was ranked on Safe Wise’s Top 20 Safest Cities List in North Carolina for 2017. Huntersville’s Lake Norman Charter School made the list of U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best High Schools in the Country.

Kindred restaurant in Davidson named a James Beard Award Semifinalist in 2016. Davidson’s Main Street named as a “Great Place in America” by the American Planning Association in 2016. The Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE), an organization that represents the chambers of commerce in North and South Carolina, selected the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce as the 2015 Chamber of Commerce of the Year. Davidson won the Digital Inclusion Leadership Award with E2D (Eliminate the Digital Divide) in 2015.

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30 Things to know and do at Lake Norman Kids and Teens

1. Sign up for Open Mic Night at

Summit Coffee in downtown Davidson.

2. Play on the playground at Jetton Park in Cornelius. 3. Go kayaking at the Lake Norman YMCA.

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10. Attend the 2nd Friday Street Festival in Old Town Cornelius.


1. Take a course on a topic that interests you through DavidsonLearns. 2. Join the YMCA (there are three locations in the Lake Norman area) for fitness, friends and fun. There are plenty of senior activities, including OWLS (Older Wiser Living Stronger).

4. Swim at the beach at Ramsey Creek Park in Cornelius. 5. Go see a show by Davidson Community Players’ Connie Company. Better yet, audition for one. 6. Visit the owls at the Carolina Raptor Center in Huntersville.


3. Take your teenage grandaughter shopping at Birkdale Village. Suggest going to American Eagle, and you’ll be cool in her book for a long time. 1983 and is always looking for new members.

check out Discovery Place KIDS in Huntersville. Even 6-month-olds can find something to do here — really!

3. Train for a half-marathon or a marathon. There are plenty of these races here throughout the year.

4. Browse The Van Every/Smith Galleries at Davidson College. The permanent art collection features 3,100 works of art spanning five centuries.

8. Join the LKN Teen Council and make new friends and participate in community service.

4. Cool off with a sweet treat at Whit’s Frozen Custard in Davidson.

5. Learn to play Pickleball. It’s the hot ticket in town for seniors.

9. Take an art class at the Cornelius

5. Plan a date night of food and wine tasting at Lake Norman Cottage while overlooking the lake.

10. Visit the newly remodeled space

6. Watch the blue herons nest at sunset on their protected island between D4 and D6.

6. Volunteer for a non-profit — think Ada Jenkins, Our Towns Habitat for Humanity, Y Readers or Angels & Sparrows in Huntersville.

7. If you’re under 8 years old,

Arts Center.

at North County Regional Library in Huntersville—and try out their new 3D printer in the Makerspace.


1. Know your exits: Exit 23 and 25 take care of Huntersville. Exit 28 is all about Cornelius. Exit 30 is Davidson, while Exit 31,33 and 36 service Mooresville. And finally, Exits 42 and 45 land you in Troutman. 2. Learn how to shag. The Lake Norman Shag Club was organized in 2020-2021

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7. Make a note of when the North Mecklenburg Recycling Center is open in Huntersville (Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.). Visit for more information. 8. Learn to sail at Lake Norman Community Sailing at Blythe Landing in Huntersville. 9. Visit one of the many locally owned

breweries in the Lake Norman area. Cheers!

7. Take Tai Chi through Cornelius Parks, Arts, Recreation & Culture. 8. Check out the North Meck Senior Center in Huntersville for all sorts of activities. 9. Compete in Senior Fun & Fitness Day in Cornelius. It’s usually held in May. 10. Taste a variety of soups from

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Water Safety

Making a Splash Before hitting the water on a personal watercraft, understand the laws Personal Watercraft Law

The N.C. General Assembly enacted a personal watercraft law that took effect Dec. 1, 1999. On June 30th, 2000 this law was amended. Below is a summary of the law:

Who Can Operate a PWC?

• Anyone 14 years old but younger than 26 can operate a PWC if: • they have successfully completed an approved boating safety education course (proof of age and safety course completion must be carried during operation) 
 • they are riding with a person who is at least 18 and is in compliance with the Boating Education Requirement Law (G.S. 75A-16.2) • It is unlawful for the owner of a PWC to knowingly allow a person younger than 16 to operate a PWC unless they have first completed an approved boating safety education course. • It is unlawful for anyone who has temporary or permanent responsibility for a person younger than 16 to knowingly allow that person to operate a PWC unless they have first completed an approved boating safety education course.

PWC Operation

• No one can operate a PWC on state waters between sunset and sunrise. • All PWC riders, passengers and those being towed must wear approved personal flotation devices. • If the PWC is equipped with a lanyard-type engine cut off switch, the lanyard must be worn by the operator at all times. • A PWC must have a rearview mirror or an observer on board besides the operator to legally tow someone on skis or similar device. • PWCs must be operated at all times in a reasonable and prudent manner. Maneuvers that endanger people or property constitute reckless operation. • No person shall operate a personal watercraft on the waters of this State at greater than no-wake speed within 100 feet of an anchored or moored vessel, a dock, pier, swim float, marked swimming area, swimmers, surfers, persons engaged in angling, or any manually operated propelled vessel, unless the personal watercraft is operating


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in a narrow channel (see below). • No person shall operate a personal watercraft in a narrow channel (see below) at greater than no-wake speed within 50 feet of an anchored or moored vessel, a dock, pier, swim float, marked swimming area, swimmers, surfers, persons engaged in angling, or any manually operated propelled vessel. • No person shall operate a PWC towing another person on water skis or similar device unless the total number of persons operating, observing, and being towed does not exceed the number of passengers identified by the manufacturer as the maximum safe load for the vessel. Reckless Operation Includes: • Unreasonable or unnecessary weaving through congested boat traffic. • Jumping the wake of a vessel within 100 feet of the vessel or when visibility is obstructed. • Intentionally approaching a vessel in order to swerve at the last moment. • Operating contrary to the “rules of the road.” • Following too closely (see below) to another vessel, including another personal watercraft. Renting PWCs • No one shall rent a PWC to someone under 16 unless that person meets the conditions in the section “Who Can Operate a PWC?” • A minimum of $300,000 insurance must be carried on each PWC that is rented to the public. Narrow Channel • A “narrow channel” means a segment of the waters of the State 300 feet or less in width. Following too Closely The term “following too closely” means proceeding in the same direction and operating at a speed in excess of 10 miles per hour when approaching within 100 feet to the rear or 50 feet to the side of another vessel that is underway unless that vessel is operating in a narrow channel, in which case a personal watercraft may operate at the speed and flow of other vessel traffic. This information is courtesy of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission website, A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine


Link into the Community These sites will help you navigate the Lake Norman area Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

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The Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corporation


North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Visit Lake Norman The Weather Channel

The Lake Norman Marine Commission

Davidson College

Lake Norman Sail and Power Squadron


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Real Estate


A Happy Home Lake Norman offers real estate for every stage of life BY RENEE ROBERSON

Each year, more and more people discover the benefits of moving to the Lake Norman area, including moderate temperatures, access to an impressive food and culture scene and endless opportunities for outdoor activities. There’s truly something for every homebuyer, and the towns of Huntersville, Davidson and Cornelius each offer their own set of charms.

Small-Town Charm, History and Access to Commerce In Cornelius, some residents choose homes because of their proximity to the lake or their amenities, such as The Peninsula, with its walking and running trails, shopping and 104-acre Jetton Park. There’s also Antiquity, with craftsmen-


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style homes and townhomes designed for residents in all stages of life — from couples to growing families to empty nesters. Small 1/4-acre parks are scattered throughout the neighborhood, which also features a large community pool surrounded by natural woods and a covered bridge that transports residents into what feels like another time period. With ground breaking this year on the Cain Center for the Arts, which will be the area’s only public arts community center, Old Town Cornelius is becoming more of a centralized arts and culture hub with its breweries, street festivals and local storefronts. Downtown Davidson remains a popular place to shop boutiques, eat at awardwinning restaurants such as Kindred, or watch a basketball A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine


game at the Baker Sports Complex on Davidson College’s campus. Downtown Huntersville has also worked to create an attractive area of commerce tied to downtown’s Discovery Place Kids Huntersville location, as well as providing a home to numerous festivals throughout the year. Residents enjoy being close to retail centers such as the popular Birkdale Village, and across the street, Birkdale Landing is currently being developed to house more restaurants and retail and office spaces.


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Upscale Homes in Natural and Urban Settings In Davidson, residents are choosing to renovate older homes close to the downtown area while still maintaining their original character. They are also seeking out newer neighborhoods that offer more modern amenities, such as the new West Branch neighborhood off Davidson-Concord Road, with both single-family homes and townhomes. Homebuyers in this area can take advantage of a spacious community pool and several miles of natural greenway trails offered through the Town of Davidson. River Run remains a popular neighborhood with a manicured golf course, fitness center, swimming and tennis facilities and a greenway for walking, running and biking. Just a few miles away is Runnymede, where homebuyers will find a charming neighborhood with homes 2020-2021

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on mature lots that range in size up to three acres. Residents also have access to equestrian facilities and trails as part of their amenities. There’s also The Preserve at Narrow Passage, a new community in Davidson off Shearer Road. Situated on 59 acres of land, buyers can choose to custom build homes from cottage villages to custom-crafted luxury homes made from a variety of allnatural materials from three different home builders. Thirty-seven acres of the neighborhood’s preserve are designated as conservation spaces, with fields, streams and wetlands protected from development. In Huntersville, buyers can choose homes

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on large mature lots, and homes in the Birkdale community, with close proximity to shopping and the gold course, have continued to increase in value.

Retiring at the Lake Communities for residents 55 and older also attract a variety of homebuyers who are looking to downsize but also want access to community events and luxury amenities. Trilogy Lake Norman in Denver is one such place--offering singlefamily detached homes up to 3,300 square feet. It features the Twin Mills Club, which operates as a private club for every member of the Trilogy community, with indoor and outdoor pools, kayaks, bikes, other outdoor gear and more. There’s also a boat club that members can access in close proximity to the community. In Huntersville, those looking to retire can choose from places like The Courtyards at Kinnamon Park and The Courtyards of Huntersville, both located right down the street from Birkdale Village. Each neighborhood provides a robust calendar of activities active senior citizens can enjoy while meeting new neighbors. Cornelius is home to the popular Bailey’s Glen, with its ranch-style floor plans, numerous amenities, on-site lifestyle director and close proximity to restaurants, shopping and breweries. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman



The School Stamp of Approval

The best passports to the future through Lake Norman education BY EMILY THOMAS

The Lake Norman area offers many ways to customize your child’s education, and that’s a good thing because every child is different. Award-winning public and private schools provide considerable and diverse choices here, as families can select from schools that emphasize the arts and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), as well as Montessori and faith-based curriculums. Area high schools offer International Baccalaureate programs, Advanced Placement courses and many other options. With all of these choices, you are sure to find the right fit for your child. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools offers many elementary and middle schools in addition to three high schools in the area — Hopewell and North Mecklenburg in Huntersville and William Amos Hough in Cornelius. North Mecklenburg is noted for its International Baccalaureate (IB) program, while Hopewell offers a comprehensive curriculum including the Cambridge International Program. U.S. News & World Report ranked Hough the 38th best high school in North Carolina as of April 2020. The three schools offer extensive Advanced Placement courses. J.M. Alexander Middle School in Huntersville is categorized as an IB World School, and transferred its academics to a brand new building in 2017. Bailey Middle School in Corne-


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lius opened in 2006 with the goal to “Inspire Learners and Empower Leaders.” The school has now adopted the “Leader in Me” program which is based on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People philosophy. The Mooresville Graded School District provides another fantastic public school option, ranked as the 8th best school district in North Carolina. The district is known nationally for its comprehensive digital plan, as it has distributed more than 4,400 laptop computers to all 2nd- through 12th- grade students and licensed staff across the district. It also provides iPads for use at school for all students in kindergarten and first grade.

Dr. Mark Edwards, the former superintendent of Mooresville Graded School District, was named the 2013 AASA (American Association of School Administrators) National Superintendent of the Year. During that same year President Barack Obama visited the school district to see its success firsthand. Dr. Stephen Mauney now serves as the superintendent of the award-winning school district. Also serving the Lake Norman area are some of the Iredell-Statesville Schools. Lake Norman High School in Mooresville is a newer high school in the system that was ranked the 37th best high school in the state as of April 2020, according to U.S. News & A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine


World Report. Some area elementary and middle schools were also named Honor Schools of Excellence or Schools of Excellence. In addition, Brady Johnson, superintendent of Iredell-Statesville Schools, received the 2014 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year award. The school system is among the top 25 percent of North Carolina’s 116 districts and has a graduation rate of 88.1 percent.

Public charter options

For other public options, families can consider charter schools, for which tax dollars provide some of the funding. These schools are required to have no discrimination, no religious associations and no tuition. If charter schools have more applicants than available slots, they must use open lotteries to fill remaining spots. Community School of Davidson is a public charter school offering grades K-12. The school has less than 1,400 students, and its mission is to use the principles of The Basic School to provide an optimal learning environment. In 2020, U.S. News & World Report ranked CSD the 18th best high school in North Carolina. CSD has the highest demand of charter school admission in North Carolina and 98 percent graduation rate. Iredell Charter Academy is a tuition-free public charter school educating students in grades K-8. Subsequent grades will be added each year. Lake Norman Charter School is a public charter school in Huntersville serving grades K-12. Lake Norman Charter’s high school was ranked 10th in North Carolina by U.S. News & World Report in 2020. The class of 2019 earned more than $10 million in scholarships. The school’s mission is to prepare students to be community leaders demonstrating personal integrity with a life-long desire to learn, lead and serve. Lakeside Charter Academy is a free public charter school in Cornelius offering grades K-8. The school provides 2020-2021

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all students with the opportunity to experience a focused and coherent curriculum through the Core Knowledge Sequence by E.D. Hirsch. Its mission is to cultivate a highly effective leadership environment that engages, embraces and enriches children’s strengths, one child at a time. Langtree Charter Academy is a tuition-free K-12 charter school in Mooresville. It offers grades K-12, and its mission is to build a rigorous and productive learning environment where students can reach their academic potential and where teachers set clear educational goals. Lincoln Charter School offers a K-12 program on its Lincolnton and Denver campuses. The mission of Lincoln Charter School is to facilitate the development of college-ready individuals through emphasis on rigorous academics and their community expectations: honesty, respect, empathy, responsibility, service and preparedness. www. Pine Lake Preparatory is a K-12 school authorized by the North Carolina State Board of Education in August 2006 as a North Carolina Charter School. Pine Lake Preparatory is located in the southernmost portion of Iredell County within minutes of I-77 and convenient to Davidson, Mooresville and the surrounding area. In 2020, U.S. News & World Report ranked it the 12th best high school in the Charlotte, NC Metro Area High Schools.

Picking private

Private schools offer faith-based and secular choices for families. Because of the continued growth in the Lake Norman area, school offerings change and grow each year as schools open, relocate and add additional grades and facilities. Cannon School was founded in 1969 and sits on a 65-acre campus located in nearby Concord, making it an easy commute for Lake Norman-area residents. The school teaches approximately 1,000 students and revolves around a collection of core values

made up of courage, integrity, passion, respect, teamwork and kindness. Christ the King Catholic High School is a co-ed, college preparatory, Catholic high school located on a 100+ acre campus in Cabarrus County, near Huntersville. The school is open to students of all faiths and backgrounds and offers a rigorous academic program in a nurturing environment. Their desire is for students to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally and physically during their time there. Davidson Day School offers pre-K through 12th grade on its 15-acre campus located in Davidson. With an 8:1 student-to-faculty ratio, students receive individualized attention in a well-rounded approach to learning that cultivates both a supportive and challenging academic experience. The school has also created the “Enrichment Fund,” an annual campaign to raise unrestricted funds to help provide enriching experiences for all of their students. Davidson Green School prepares the next generation of leaders and citizens by developing 21st century skills in the context of environmental stewardship. The school is located in Davidson and offers classes from 3 years old through eighth grade, growing each year. Grace Covenant Academy in Cornelius offers pre-K through 6th-grade classes. The academy is a ministry of Grace Covenant Church with a mission to equip students for life by releasing their God-given potential through helping students grow and develop emotionally, intellectually, socially, physically and spiritually. Lake Norman Christian School is an independent, non-denominational Christian school offering K-12th grades. The ministry of the school is to provide a college-preparatory education in a safe and nurturing environment grounded in the Christian faith. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


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Liberty Preparatory Christian Academy in Mooresville is a Christian school that serves grades K-12. The school is a University-Model School in which students are on campus three days a week and complete professional instructor-prepared lessons at home the remaining two days. Phoenix Montessori Academy is located in Huntersville and offers preschool classes and grades K-12. The school’s mission is to develop true scholars, life-long learners and productive citizens of the world in a diverse atmosphere that incorporates Montessori principles.


Southlake Christian Academy in Huntersville offers grades TK-12 and was founded as a mission of the SouthLake Presbyterian Church. Its 19-acre campus features state-of-the-art educational buildings, along with athletic facilities. The school provides a challenging college-preparatory curriculum and a Wingspan program that is dedicated to outreach and missions opportunities in the local community, nationally and internationally. St. Mark Catholic School offers instruction in grades K through 8 at its campus in Huntersville. More than 750 students are enrolled, and the school is part of the Mecklenburg Area Catholic Schools built on the foundation of their Catholic faith. Woodlawn School is an independent, nonprofit school located in Davidson and serves grades K-12. Founded in 2002, its 61-acre campus features the historic Woodlawn plantation home, and its natural setting permits investigative opportunities supporting their mission to produce independent, lifelong learners who are responsible, contributing members of a diverse global society.

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Higher Learning

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Investing in your Knowledge Higher education opportunities to pique your interest If you’re looking to finish your college degree, get specific training or simply take a few classes to sharpen your skills, you’re in luck because the Lake Norman area offers all kinds of higher education opportunities. Choices include an established private liberal arts university, schools with classes tailored to the needs of non-traditional and working students, community colleges with specialized degree and training programs and a unique technical school designed specifically to help jumpstart a career in the automotive industry.

Central Piedmont Community College — Merancas Campus

With six campuses in the area, Central Piedmont Community College, established in 1963, offers a broad range of disciplines from which students can choose to study. The Merancas Campus, located in Huntersville, focuses on the college’s Public Safety and Transportation System Technologies programs. Examples of curriculum programs include: criminal justice, fire technology and more. For those interested in pursuing careers in the automotive industry, CPCC – Merancas has courses and degree programs in collision repair technology, diesel and heavy equipment technology, and transportation system technologies. The college also offers Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) for individuals wishing to enter law enforcement in North Carolina. In addition, the fullservice campus provides associate of arts degree classes, college preparatory, GED/ESL and college transfer classes. Students can also take part in a diverse variety of continuing education classes, such as Forklift


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Certification, NC Vehicle Inspection and NC Vehicle Emissions Inspection (OBD II).

Davidson College

Davidson College, established in 1837, is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the country, as it offers 26 majors, 17 minors as well as interdisciplinary studies. Located on a 665-acre main campus, with a 110-acre lake campus, the college has 1,843 undergraduate students (52 percent male and 48 percent female) and is the alma mater to 23 Rhodes Scholars. Students attending Davidson College benefit from a low student to professor ratio (9:1) to allow for a more collaborative, unique academic experience. More than 850 courses are offered each year. In 2007 Davidson College developed the Davidson Trust, becoming the first liberal arts college in the country to replace loans with grants in all of its financial aid packages. Moreover, the campus is an integral part of the cozy and picturesque college town of Davidson, and more than 90 percent of the students live on campus. Athletes at the school compete in 21 sports at NCAA Division I. The school has an endowment of $919.6 million as of December 31, 2019. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


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Mitchell Community College — Mooresville Center mooresville/ Founded in 1852, Mitchell Community College, located in Statesville, is an open-admissions community college dedicated to meeting the post-secondary education and training needs of nearby residents. In 1983, the college opened the Mooresville Center, located in Downtown Mooresville. Mitchell offers college transfer courses, accounting, business administration, early childhood, information systems, medical assisting, phlebotomy and high school programs. Its GED program has experienced explosive growth over the years. English as a second language classes are taught at three levels and are also gaining in popularity. In addition, the school offers basic skills in the workplace classes, which cover reading, computation, problem solving, communication skills, team-working skills and more. In recent years, the Mooresville Center expanded with 30,000 square feet of office and classroom space, including 12 classrooms, two science classrooms/ laboratories, one multi-


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purpose room, a student lounge and 12 faculty offices.

Strayer University huntersville Strayer University opened its doors in Huntersville in 2008 and is an educational resource in the area that caters to working adults looking to further their education. The campus, located at Exit 23, offers classes and degrees in accounting, business and finance, criminal justice, education and training, entrepreneurship, information technology, nursing and more. The school, which started in 1892, offers bachelor’s and associate degrees. With more than 80 campuses nationwide, Strayer University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, which is one of the six regional accrediting bodies in the United States. One of the most unique aspects of Strayer is that it emphasizes flexibility and convenience. Most classes are scheduled from 6 to 10 p.m. during the week and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Strayer also offers most of its classes online.

Universal Technical Institute One of 12 campuses located across the United States, the Universal Technical Institute — Mooresville Campus, located conveniently off I-77, offers a wide range of automotive technology courses tailored for the NASCAR industry, in addition to various manufacturer training programs. It also offers a CNC Machining Technology program. The rigorous curriculum covers an extensive list of fundamentals and the graduate placement rate is high.

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Iredell Health System brings compassionate and quality healthcare right to your neighborhood. As a nonprofit health system, Iredell takes pride in providing the most innovative procedures while delivering personalized care to improve the lives of the people in Mooresville and surrounding areas.

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Health Care

The Piedmont’s Power to Heal

Lake Norman’s medical community is there for you


Though Lake Norman’s communities are spread across a large area, the quality and access to health care is always readily available. With area hospitals, medical, surgical and rehabilitation centers, patients can rest easy knowing they have numerous options from which to choose, whether they are seeking well care or specialized treatment.

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Atrium Health — Lincoln

433 McAlister Road, Lincolnton This three-story, 101-bed facility is located off the west shore of Lake Norman, servicing the Denver, Maiden and

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16455 Statesville Road, Huntersville Conveniently located off I-77, this healthcare pavilion is home to five physician offices, and also offers advanced diagnostic imaging services, a full-service lab, retail pharmacy, outpatient surgery center and a 24-hour emergency department with bedside registration for convenience, as well as treatment rooms (including one designated as a trauma/resuscitation room).

The staff includes physicians who are board-certified in emergency medicine, and the facility is backed by the breadth and depth of Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center, the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center.

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West Lincoln communities. Hospital features include cardiac care, imaging, pain management and rehabilitation services, as well as a spacious birthing center featuring a Level 2 nursery and a pediatric hospitalist on staff. The hospital is also an anchor to a 64-acre medical campus featuring numerous specialty practices. In addition, there is a 1.2-mile walking trail circling the hospital campus. The facility also maintains a link to local history with the building’s exterior, which contains 300,000 reclaimed bricks from a portion of the former Belding-Hausman Mill.

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171 Fairview Road, Mooresville Formerly known as Lowrance Hospital, Lake Norman Regional Medical Center first opened in 1926 and operated as a non-profit corporation in its early years. Now operating as a 123-bed hospital, LNRMC offers 24-hour services, a surgical weight loss center, orthopedic specialty center, women’s services and The Stork’s Landing Maternity Center, as well as cardiology, oncology and surgical services. Over the years,

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it has received numerous accolades and awards, from places such as the Optum Center of Excellence network in the area of spine and joint surgeries, Blue Distinction Center+ for Maternity Care, and accreditation by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons. Because of its location in Mooresville, patients close to I-77, I-40 and I-85 can easily access the center for medical services.

Iredell Memorial Hospital 557 Brookdale Drive, Statesville Throughout its growth and expansion over the years, Iredell Memorial Hospital is deeply rooted in Statesville’s history and is the only not-for-profit hospital in the area. It is part of the Iredell Health System. The citizens of Iredell County own the buildings and grounds of the facility, and all revenue is reinvested back into medical technology and staff. The main campus currently offers 247 beds and employs 260 physicians representing 39 medical specialties. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Iredell Health 2020-2021

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System maintains a certified Community Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer, and it has the only diabetes program in the county recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Specialty centers can be found in Mooresville, Mocksville and northern Iredell County.

Piedmont Healthcare Various locations One of the largest physician-owned and -directed multi-specialty groups in North Carolina, Piedmont Healthcare offers more than 200 providers in multiple specialties treating patients in more than 50 locations in Troutman, Mooresville, Statesville and Mocksville. The physicians at Piedmont Healthcare work together across all specialties, allowing patients to receive comprehensive care. In addition, patients have access to the latest in medical tests and procedures, including X-ray, 2D and 3D Mammography, CT, MRI, ultrasound and in-house laboratories. Piedmont Healthcare earned the 2014 UnitedHealthcare PATH Excellence in Patient Service Award, which is based on clinical results that measure how

successfully practices have closed gaps in patient care.

Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center 10030 Gilead Road Huntersville Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center is a full-service, 91-bed community hospital providing services in a variety of areas, including cancer, heart and vascular, diabetes, imaging, sleep health, orthopedics, maternity, and more. In April 2016, the hospital again received state approval to transfer 48 acute beds and an operating room from Presbyterian Medical Center to Huntersville Medical Center, which will eventually bring the bed count to 139. Its emergency department is also open 24 hours a day and patients have access to advanced surgical services close to home, including the use of the state-of-the art da Vinci Robotic Surgery System®, which involves a surgical tool that provides robot-assisted technology for procedures such as hysterectomies and procedures that help treat prostate cancer. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


Make Way for the Arts

A look at Lake Norman’s impressive arts and culture scene



The Lake Norman area boasts a growing cultural scene and with the Cain Center For The Arts quickly coming to fruition in Old Town Cornelius, things show no signs of slowing down. So get ready to attend gallery crawls, inspiring plays and mesmorizing concerts, because that’s all here at Lake Norman. The Cain Center for the Arts is in the process of a fundraising compaign to secure the remaining funds to bring a vibrant arts mecca to life. As of August 2020, $15 million has been pledged towards the $25 million needed to make the center a reality. The center will be the Lake Norman area’s only public arts and community center, and plans to offer flexible performance, education, gallery and community spaces. If you’re a theatre buff, you’re in luck, as any production by Davidson Community Players is sure to satisfy. For more than 50 years this award-winning theatre company has entertained audiences in the Lake Norman area. The company offers shows throughout the year, as it has a permanent home at the cozy Armour Street Theatre in Davidson. During the summer, the company performs at the Duke Family Performance Hall at Davidson College. Past favorite productions include “42nd Street,” “Hello Dolly!” and “The Music Man,”


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“Mamma Mia!” and “A Comedy of Tenors”. The Warehouse Performing Arts Center in Cornelius is another theatre venue in the Lake Norman area. Offering cutting-edge productions and concerts in addition to writing workshops and special events, this is the place for culture vultures. Davidson College also produces top-notch theatrical productions throughout the year. In addition, the college offers the C. Shaw and Nancy K. Smith Artist Series, which brings in performances by visiting musicians, choral groups, dance troupes and theatrical companies. Music at Davidson College includes the Davidson College Concert Series along with performances by The Davidson College Concert Choir, The Davidson College Chorale, The Davidson College Jazz Ensemble and The Davidson College Symphony Orchestra. Faculty performances also pepper the calendar. However, the music doesn’t stop there, as there are several concert series offered in the area. For more than 12 seasons Music at St. Albans has brought world-renowned musicians to the Lake Norman area performing in musical genres such as Celtic, classical and gospel. Birkdale Village in Huntersville also offers a summer concert series on the weekends. .

During the warmer months, be sure to pack a picnic basket and head out to the Village Green (corner of Main Street and Concord Road) in Davidson for Concerts on the Green. From big band to beach music (Band of Oz is always on the schedule), this series appeals to all ages. Art crawls in Cornelius and Davidson throughout the year offer extra fun. The Van Every/Smith Galleries and Katherine and Tom Belk Visual Arts Center at Davidson College also offer changing exhibitions, artist receptions and talks throughout the year. However you wish to express your creativity or enjoy the creativity of others, you can bet there’s an outlet for you in the Lake Norman area.

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BIRKDALE VILLAGE SERVES AS THE NUCLEUS OF HUNTERSVILLE. The days for treking to Charlotte for Tory Burch purses and Golden Goose sneakers are over. Sure, The Queen City has its retail jewels (think IKEA, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom), but the Lake Norman area also offers plenty of shopping to explore. And the best part is that you don’t have to sweat the traffic to enjoy it. You just have to know where to look. Downtown Mooresville (Exit 33 and 36) offers an oldfashioned shopping experience with a true hardware store and a variety of shops. West of I-77 in Mooresville, you’ll find any big box store you need, including HomeGoods, Michael’s, Old Navy, Super Target, Staples, Walmart and more. Langtree at the Lake (Exit 31) is the newest retail spot in the area. Located at Exit 31, the mixed-use shopping center offers a burgeoning mix of boutiques and restaurants. Davidson, Exit 30, offers a small-town environment of downtown shopping, complete with Main Street Books, MINE by sandy (a high-end ladies boutique), Ben & Jerry’s and The Village Store, a legendary gift shop that is more than 50 years old. Be sure to stop by the Davidson College Store on Main Street for all your Davidson College gear. Three miles north at Exit 28 is Cornelius, which is peppered with quaint shops up and down Catawba Avenue. Keep your eyes open for home interior shops (Dutchmans Designs and Home Heart & Soul) that offer one-of-a-kind home


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accessories and women’s boutiques such as Avalilly’s and Luna’s. Exit 25 brings you to Huntersville, where you’ll find Lowe’s, Target and Kohl’s, along with Birkdale Village, a mixed-use shopping center that serves as the unofficial town square. With a nice mix of fun local shops (Poppies) and chains (think Banana Republic, Gap and Talbots), Birkdale offers a pleasant shopping experience even for those who don’t enjoy shopping. Stop by on Friday or Saturday evenings during the summer for the Mingling on the Green Concert Series, where you can enjoy a variety of live music at the center fountain. At Exit 18, where you’ll find Northlake Mall, filled with every chain you could want from Macy’s to H & M to Michael Kors to Belk. Surrounding the mall is a selection of big boxes, including one of Mecklenburg County’s two REIs. If you can’t find what you need at this exit, you might want to rethink what you need. Throughout the Lake Norman area there are plenty of mom and pop shops eager to please with personalized customer service and an inventory of specialized items. During recent years various campaigns have encouraged residents to shop local whenever possible. So the next time you find yourself looking for that perfect gift or pick-me-up, remember to shop local.

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Living Up to Its Rep The Lake Norman area attracts businesses on a global scale BY AARON GARCIA


Our area has built quite the worldwide reputation as a great place to work. In the past two years companies from Germany, Spain and Switzerland have planted flags in the Lake Norman area, injecting more than $110 million in investments between three companies alone. These, along with other newcomers, have continued to bolster and diversify an economic identity that signal great things ahead for Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson. Much of that growth, at least in terms of new, reddirt construction, will be felt in Huntersville’s The Park business complex. In March 2020, Saertex multicom LP announced plans to invest more than $20 million in a new manufacturing and warehouse facility. The expansion will allow the company to add 45 new jobs over the next five years. Prior to Saertex’s announcement, Oerlikon, a Swiss


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tech conglomerate, invested $62 million to build a new 105,000 square-foot facility in the park, which will create 93 new jobs. Ninety employees will eventually fill German stamping and coating giant Kurz’s new 125,000-squarefoot, $30 million North American headquarters. Spanish packaging company Daumar also chose the complex as its new North American base of operations and will fill 40 jobs to work out of a 120,000-square-foot facility worth $21 million. The new additions, along with other foreign companies already calling Lake Norman home, such as Daetwyler (Switzerland), Nutec (Mexico) and Saertex (Germany) have created an international advanced manufacturing hub in the southern Lake Norman area. Ryan McDaniels, head of Lake Norman Economic Development, explains that such an identity has a way of snowballing and creating even more growth, similar to how companies such as

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Rubbermaid, Yokohama and MSC moved into the area to be near Davidson-based Ingersoll Rand and Mooresville’s Lowe’s Home Improvement headquarters. “A lot of these companies are able to take advantage of a workforce that may have been attracted to the area because of [a certain company],” explains McDaniel, “but now they have the opportunity to move to a different company and not relocate.” As valuable as these acquisitions have been for our area, none of these companies will crack the list of Lake Norman’s biggest employers, which has remained relatively unchanged over the past few years. Ingersoll Rand continues to lead the way with 1,600 employees on its Davidson campus, followed by Davidson College with 750 and MSC (350). McGuire Nuclear Station tops the list for Huntersville at 1,200 employees, followed by Novant Health (690), Metrolina Greenhouses (650),


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Joe Gibbs Racing (650) and Rubbermaid (400). With 130 workers, Financial Independence Group remains the largest employer for Cornelius. McDaniels pointed to the area’s workforce as a main reason the area continues to boom, but also understands that value is lost if those workers are lured away. He said projects such as the Northcross Road extension — as well as proposals to revitalize the downtown areas of Huntersville and Cornelius — will go a long way in making sure Lake Norman-area residents are happy when they leave their new offices, too. “That helps us a lot because that allows us to attract more talent, which is so important right now,” says McDaniels. “One of the biggest drivers [of economic development success] is having access to a talented workforce.”

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Sweet & Savory Whatever your mood, there’s something for every palate BY CATHY SWINEY WITH ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY RENEE ROBERSON In recent years, the Lake Norman area has morphed into a hot bed of fabulous restaurants, and new places are constantly opening. Whether you make a reservation or simply seat yourself, you’ll find plenty of eateries that satisfy your cravings. Davidson is a great place to start, as Southern Living ranked the college town 10th on The South’s Best Food Towns List 2019. One of the jewels in Davidson’s crown is Kindred. Owned by Joe and Katy Kindred, the restaurant was named “The South’s Best Restaurant in North Carolina” by Southern Living in 2018, and it was ranked eighth on Bon Appetit’s list of best new American restaurants of 2015. The Kindreds also own a lakeside eatery called Hello, Sailor that offers a contemporary and sophisticated nod to fish camps. But the Kindreds aren’t the only game in town, as diners In the Lake Norman can also find the cuisine of many cultures. Menus featuring Mexican, Latin American, Caribbean, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Italian, Greek, Irish and Indian food join all manner of American food. The waters of the lake inspire relaxing and fun-filled times, and that mood carries over into many restaurants. More often than not, diners are casually dressed, children’s favorites are offered and prices are affordable. Many places also have outdoor seating, so you can enjoy your meal and the fresh air when the weather is favorable. More and more chefs in the area are building relationships with local farmers and visiting farmers’ markets to secure fresh, in-season ingredients for their menus. Diners can taste the difference. Cheeses for appetizers, greens for salads, seafood and poultry for entrees, vegetables for side dishes, and fruits for cobblers are just a sampling of what can be found. Restaurants like Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse and The Pickled Peach take pride in not only serving the


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freshest ingredients available but also in supporting the community. A walk through pedestrian friendly Birkdale Village in Huntersville will tempt your taste buds with all kinds of dining options. You’ll feel like you’ve hit the jackpot with casual restaurants offering Asian fusion, wood-fired pizzas, Mexican street fare, upscale burgers, tasty barbecue and traditional American favorites, as well as a fancy establishment specializing in steaks and seafood. Just a few miles north at Exit 23, places like Verde Mexican Nuevo Latin Fusion and Famous Toastery beckon. North Carolina is noted for its barbecue, and the lake area is home to several ‘cue joints that have legendary followings. Slow-smoked pork with sauce served in squeeze bottles on the side is the way to go. Don’t forget to try a side of Brunswick Stew or mac and cheese (considered a vegetable here), and a serving of banana pudding for dessert. Midwood Smokehouse at Birkdale Village in Huntersville is the latest ‘cue place, and its macaroni and cheese was named the “The Best Mac ‘n Cheese in North Carolina” by Southern Living. Ready to dress up a bit for dinner? Fine dining options exist and do not disappoint. Those that do set a dressed-up table with white tablecloths and candles offer stellar menus that are worth the care you took with your attire. Whether tucked in a shopping center or occupying a restored downtown building, you can expect the atmosphere to be cozy and intimate, the service to be efficient, and the food to be well prepared without being fussy. And if you’re looking to finish things off with dessert, Bakery 28 in Cornelius features creations by owner/pastry chef Keli Marks, who has created desserts for three former U.S. presidents. Or, for a more casual affair, visit the Cookies with an Accent food truck in Huntersville for fresh baked cookies you can turn into ice cream sandwiches. A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine



A Celebration of Craft

LKN Breweries are adventurous and engaged

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DAVID AND ALLISON HAMME OPENED LOST WORLDS BREWING IN CORNELIUS THIS PAST SPRING. Into the craft beer scene? Lake Norman has you covered, from breweries that offer plenty of space to congregate and try out the best in creative concoctions. Breweries and taprooms offer the perfect opportunity to spread out and socialize, play a game of cornhole and catch up with a group of friends. Local breweries enjoy experimenting with new flavors and varieties, and the customers are more than happy to try them out. Not only that, LKN breweries can often be found supporting local nonprofits and hosting health and wellness events. Because the nature of their business is portable, breweries are sure to appear at festivals, street fairs and outdoor movies and concerts. Huntersville’s Primal Brewery is the brainchild of two local residents who first experimented with home brewing with their friends, family and neighbors. The brewery now sits on more than 3 acres and you’ll often find patrons gathered on the picnic tables outside and grabbing dinner from a variety of food trucks. Also located in Huntersville, Crafty Beer Guys offers a selection of beer plus high-end wine and homebrewing


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supplies. Featuring more than 350 labels of beer and 150 selections of wines, you’ll often find patrons relaxing at the end of the day on the covered front porch or outdoor patio. Owners Kristian Pedersen and Shawn Richards also offer their support to a number of event sponsorships and initiatives throughout North Carolina. Cornelius-based D-9 Brewing Company was founded by two engineers and a doctor in 2014, so it’s no surprise that the brewery’s beer has garnered several awards (especially for its sour beers) and often hosts food trucks and popular weekly “Yoga and a Beer!” class taught by an experienced instructor. Eleven Lakes Brewing in Cornelius specializes in using a small batch brewing process to create brews such as Apricot Habanero, Coconut Porter, River Otter Red. They also offer live entertainment, the Ales and Autos car club, weekly yoga sessions and support area food trucks. Ass Clown Brewing is another establishment that started out as a homebrewing venture. Owner Matt Glidden isn’t afraid to play around with ingredients like ghost chilies

and boysenberries, and offers more than 200 plus rotating beers with 31 different taps in the tasting room. New on the scene this year is Lost Worlds Brewing, located in Cornelius. Owners David and Allison Hamme wanted to create a brewery with an “explorers club of yesteryear.” As a family who loves adventurous travels, they used their love of history, treasure hunts and travel for the concept of the brewery. Patrons can expect signature “basecamp” beers, lower-alcohol varieties, tableside service from a variety of local restaurants, Wednesday night yoga in the beer garden, and more.

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Find fresh produce at Lake Norman farmers markets There’s nothing better than flavorful food prepared by fresh ingredients from local farms. Lake Norman has plenty of places to find succulent fruits and vegetables, plus beautiful bouquets and homemade jams, jellies, cheeses and more.


Davidson Farmers’ Market When: Every Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon Where: Next to Davidson Town Hall between Main and Jackson Streets Info:

Huntersville Growers’ Market When: Every Saturday from May through August, 8 a.m.-noon Where: Veterans Park, Huntersville Info:

Info: Lincolnton Market When: Every Saturday, 8 a.m. until noon Where: 225 West Water Street, Lincolnton Info:

The Evening Farmer’s Market of Statesville When: Every Thursday from April through October, 3:30-7 p.m. Where: Pecan Park in historic downtown Statesville Info:

Denver Market When: Every Saturday, 8 a.m. until noon Where: Pursuit Church, 318 Hwy. 16 Business, Denver

Troutman Farmers’ Market When: Every Tuesday, 4 -7 p.m. Where: Troutman ESC Park Pavilion, 338 North Avenue Info: Look for Troutman Farmers Market on Facebook

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The Market at DSS — Lincolnton When: Every Tuesday & Thursday, 8 a.m.-noon Where: Department of Social Services, 1136 West Main Street

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Don’t Miss

Out and About Plan to attend these signature Lake Norman events BY LORI K. TATE

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There are so many things to do in the Lake Norman area, it’s nice to have a plan. These are some of the events you don’t want to miss, so mark your calendars now.

Christmas in Davidson

If you’ve ever wanted to participate in a Norman Rockwell Christmas, this is your chance. Located in downtown Davidson, this annual celebration features carolers, horsedrawn carriages, entertainment, shopping, hot cocoa and more. Be sure to stop in the library to visit with Santa before you leave. This event always takes place the first full weekend in December.

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Founded in 1965, Davidson Community Players offers a full season filled with a variety of award-winning theatrical performances, beginning and February and culminating with a Christmas production in December.

Loch Norman Highland Games

The Loch Norman Highland Games is a family-friendly event presented by Huntersville’s Historic Rural Hill. Featuring Highland dancing and athletics, bagpipe bands, a giant Kid’s Zone, Scottish merchants, haggis, Celtic rock and traditional performers, historic reenactments, hearth cooking, N.C. beer and wine, whiskey tastings, kilted running events and much more. This year’s games will take place April 17-18, 2021. 2020-2021

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Editor’s Note: Due to the 2020 pandemic, some of these annual events may be rescheduled or cancelled through the end of the year. The listings below reflect when events normally occur during a normal calendar year. Check the event website before visiting or purchasing tickets.

Symphony in the Park

Every June, The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra travels to Cornelius to perform at the Bailey Road Park Bandshell. After the performance, guests get to enjoy a spectacular fireworks show. It’s evening filled with wonderful music and fun.

Hello Huntersville

This festival takes place every May in downtown Huntersville. It celebrates the works and talents of local artists and is a wonderful event for families. While you’re there, stop in Discovery Place KIDS for even more fun.

North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival

This celebration of North Carolina brewing and real music takes place at Historic Rural Hill in Huntersville every May. More than 40 brewers bring their goods to the festival and a variety of bands perform. Guests can camp on the grounds throughout the weekend to enjoy the festival to the fullest extent. This year’s event is scheduled for May 7-8, 2021.

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Get Outside

Take it All In Greenways offer residents much needed time in nature BY LORI K. TATE


Throughout the trail, you’ll find various attractions, both historical and commercial. Photography courtesy of Carolina Thread Trail.

Being outside is part of life in the Lake Norman area. In the northern part of Mecklenburg County, Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson have their fair share of greenways with more to come. The greenways were the saving grace for many area residents during the first few months of 2020’s pandemic. Troy Fitzsimmons, director of the Town of Cornelius Parks, Arts Recreation & Culture department, says there are many reasons that the popularity of greenways is growing, with one of the biggest being that it’s an unstructured activity. “You can walk, you can run, you can bike,” he says. “With today’s busy lifestyles, it’s hard to go do organized activities; the time may not be right. But with greenways, you can do it in the morning, afternoon, evening; it doesn’t matter. You don’t need to be with a bunch of people to play a sport.” Another attractive aspect of greenways is their convenience. The Caldwell Station Creek Greenway, covering 2.6 miles and connecting Bailey Road Park to Highway 21, runs up against the Heritage Green and Oakhurst subdivisions, making access to the trail just a few steps away from residents’ homes. The trail also backs up to Poole Place, a Habitat for Humanity neighborhood.


Carolina Thread Trail On many of the area’s greenways, you’ll see markers that read Carolina Thread Trail. In fact, 22 miles of the Carolina Thread Trail’s more than 260 completed miles run through the Lake Norman area. The trail runs through 15 counties in North and South Carolina. The Lake Norman section of the Catawba River Blueway (part of the Carolina Thread Trail) is approximately 31 miles long, making it possible to paddle part of the trail.


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As greenways continue to grow in popularity, municipalities are working to make more of them a reality. In fall 2016 the Richardson Greenway, part of the Carolina Thread Trail, opened in Troutman. The Troutman Depot, home to the local farmers market during the summer, is located on this rail-to-trail conversion. A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine


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Happenings in Huntersville In Huntersville, a tunnel that will run under I-77 connecting downtown Huntersville with Rosedale Park is almost complete. A proposed Lower McDowell Creek Greenway west of the Wynfield subdivision is in the development stages that would connect the Upper McDowell Creek Greenway, which runs along Birkdale in Huntersville and create seven miles of trail. On a larger scale, the proposed Mooresville-Charlotte Trail, would offer a 30-mile bicycle and pedestrian corridor running north/south along 2020-2021

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Highway 115. In Cornelius, construction on the South Prong Rocky River Greenway is underway, and in 2020, construction will begin on the JV Washam to Smithville Park Greenway. The town is also partnered with the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department to construct a half-mile South Bailey Road Greenway in 2019. This trail will link the Caldwell Station Creek Greenway via the existing Bailey Road Multi-Use Path to the South Prong Rocky River Greenway trail, creating almost nine miles of trail connecting the Northcross shopping

center area to Antiquity. Perhaps the jewel in the mix is the Emerald Necklace concept that will create 12 miles of greenway or multiuse paths around Cornelius. “It would tie in businesses with recreation areas, [offer] civic areas for people to congregate, just really tie in the town,� explains Fitzsimmons, adding that the idea was partly inspired by the Swamp Rabbit Trail, a 19.9-mile multiuse rail trail in Greenville, South Carolina. In the meantime, residents can enjoy the greenways that are in place, as they take a therapeutic time out in nature. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


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Everyone can use a change of (even the best) scenery every once in a while. That said, mountain, beach and shopping destinations abound in North and South Carolina — and all are well within driving distance of Lake Norman. Whether you want a quick jaunt a couple of hours up the Blue Ridge Parkway or a leave-your-cares-behind retreat to one of the many beaches along the Carolina coast, Lake Norman is perfectly positioned as a home base for all manner of Carolina adventures.

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Drive Time: 4 hours Few places are as hot come summer as Myrtle Beach, S.C. (and we’re not just talking about the temperature). Myrtle Beach boasts miles and miles of beautiful beaches, hotels at every price point, hundreds of shops and nearly 2,000 restaurants. And if you’re a golfer, few places can offer more than the Myrtle Beach area does all year long. More than 14 million people visit Myrtle Beach each year. Families love the carefree summertime atmosphere the beach offers, and with amusement parks, theaters and nightclubs in the mix, there’s truly something for everyone in Myrtle Beach.


Drive Time: 3.5 hours Few destinations anywhere are as splendid as Charleston, S.C. Make one trip to this charming southern city and you’re sure to be back. Charleston is located on the coast


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and is considered by many to be the South’s cultural capital. Dining in Charleston is world class, and the city’s dozens of restaurants offer Lowcountry menus that simply can’t be beat. Here you’ll find beautiful gardens wedged between historic pastel homes — many of which were built before the Civil War (which started in nearby Fort Sumter). Beachgoers are also at home in Charleston. Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island and Sullivan’s Island offer a variety of fun for those wanting to hit the sand.


Drive Time: 2.5 hours Asheville is western North Carolina’s largest city and serves as the business, cultural, shopping and dining hub of the mountains. Asheville is known across the world for being a mountain gem, as it has an arts scene filled with concerts, festivals, art galleries and performances. The city is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge and is known for its natural beauty. The Blue Ridge Parkway, which brushes Asheville, attracts motorists each October when the trees begin to turn. While the historic Biltmore Estate, which sits on the city’s outskirts is a favorite destination for those who love spring flowers and beautiful holiday decor.


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or long weekend. Some of the Blue Ridge’s highest peaks are located in the Boone area. It’s another favorite for those interested in viewing the beautiful fall foliage. Many bed and breakfasts beckon visitors year round, and the town is home to Appalachian State University. During the holidays, dozens of Christmas tree farms open for business, so families can pick out the perfect tree and make lifelong memories in the process.


Drive Time: Just under 2 hours Seagrove itself is a tiny town in North Carolina’s Randolph County. But combined with with several nearby towns, Seagrove is considered by some to be the pottery capital of the United States. Pottery here dates back to before the Revolutionary War, and it is still celebrated today. The North Carolina Pottery Center is located in Seagrove and offers visitors both permanent and traveling exhibitions, as well as a museum shop and periodic

live demonstrations. Festivals throughout the year make it even easier to see all of the region’s talent.

Hickory/High Point/ Thomasville

Distance from the Lake Norman area (Huntersville) to Several Major Cities New York City: 9 hours 50 minutes; 630 miles.

Drive Time — Hickory: 45 minutes Drive Time — High Point and Thomasville: 90 minutes North Carolina has long been considered the furniture capital of the United States, and no three cities are more tied to furniture than Hickory, High Point and Thomasville. Despite recent trends toward moving production overseas, some of the best-known brands in the furniture industry remain headquartered in these three cities. In fact, some of the most extravagant furniture you’ll ever see moves through these areaa. A drive through the heart of Hickory on Highway 321 shows just how many outlets still sell locally made goods. High Point hosts a twice-ayear furniture market that attracts thousands of industry buyers from all over the world.

Philadelphia: 8 hours 30 minutes; 534 miles. Washington D.C.: 6 hours 20 minutes; 393 miles. Atlanta: 4 hours; 254 miles. Savannah: 4 hours 30 minutes; 265 miles. Jacksonville, Florida: 6 hours 15 minutes; 400 miles. Miami: 11 hours 40 minutes; 750 miles. Nashville: 6 hours 45 minutes; 425 miles.

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When we first moved to the area, we picked Huntersville because it was halfway between Uptown where I was working, and Mooresville where my husband’s office is located. More than a decade later and evolving from a couple without kids to a family of four, the location still fits. Huntersville continues to grow rapidly, and it’s the bustle I love. There is always something to hustle to… from fishing spots and boat launches—we’ve got that. For example, the town has Lake Norman Community Sailing, where residents can purchase family passes that give you access to affordable and accessible water activities. The Carolina Renaissance Festival and Fairy House Festival—we’ve got those too. Live outdoor concerts on the greens, expanding greenways, and fresh farmer’s markets—check! There are great neighborhoods at lots of different price points, and topnotch schools, from public, private and charter. We have pools and splash pads that have produced both swim champs and happy memories, cyclists


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are everywhere, and there are plenty of pooch-friendly patios. The community is diverse with everything from the headquarters of national franchises to plenty of places to slow down with friends and enjoy the sunset on a bench by the lake. For foodies, Huntersville’s game is strong, with mainstays like Eez Fusion & Sushi and local fave La Unica, and hand-churned ice cream parlors and cupcakeries. We’ve got living history, birds of prey, horse and flower farms and breweries galore. On the enrichment end, Huntersville also has the amazing North County Regional Library, which was recently renovated, and also the spacious Discovery Place KIDS in the heart of downtown. Numerous parks and greenways that help us stay in shape, including Latta Plantation, which has a nature preserve for hiking, canoeing and horseback rides. Annually, there’s fall festivals, as well as the Loch Norman Highland Games. Rural Hill’s Sheepdog Trials and Dog


THE LOCH NORMAN HIGHLAND GAMES IS A TRADITION AT HISTORIC RURAL HILL IN HUNTERSVILLE EVERY APRIL. Festival and North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival grow more popular each year. Huntersville is the quintessential small town for any age. You frequently see all ages at all venues, a mix of the young and new with the older and experienced; at the movies, on the golf courses, and at the highly competitive trivia nights. It is the type of town where there is always something to do, but is still a place to escape and enjoy doing nothing at all..

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Cornelius An intersection of community and culture BY LORI K. TATE

OLD TOWN CORNELIUS OFFERS QUAINT SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS. Living in Charlotte when I was younger, I dreamed about one day living at Lake Norman. I grew up around water, so it was only natural that that’s where I would want to make my adult home. When I met my husband, I was thrilled to learn that he grew up at Lake Norman and loved the water just as much as I did, so it’s no surprise that we chose to raise our family here. I grew up in a small town, so it’s important to me to know my neighbors and my community. The size of Cornelius and the friendliness of its people make this an easy task. It’s rare that I don’t run into someone I know at the Fresh Market or at the always fun ‘Tawba Walk Arts & Music Festival. People always want to know how you’re doing and how they can help if you’re not doing well. Speaking of the ‘Tawba Walk Arts & Music Festival, Old Town Cornelius has become a cornerstone of the celebration of arts and culture in the downtown area. With fundraising underway for the Cain Center for the Arts, unique boutiques, the public library, food truck, arts and music festivals, there’s plenty to do for families and residents on any given day. What makes Cornelius special is how it successfully marries down-home goodness with sophistication. This is a town where churches and fire departments still hold annual barbecues and where members of the Rotary Club cook pancakes to raise money for noble causes. It’s also a place that offers the type of luxury amenities that attract the likes of corporate leaders, as well as professional athletes. Not many places can do both well — Cornelius does. Then there’s the variety of things to do here. In Cornelius


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I can take my children to all sorts of parks and festivals. I can take them on a lakeside picnic at Jetton Park. I can even attend a cutting-edge play at The Warehouse Performing Arts Center. And despite how young they are, they too appreciate how glorious a Lake Norman sunset can be, as they often spot it before I do. Whether you’re on a boat or on the shore, it will take your breath away, and it’s never the same. As for me, I try to paddleboard as often as I can, and when I’m not in the water, you can find me searching for treasures at FlairTRADE Consign, Luna’s or Home Heart & Soul. All three of these places are locally owned, and you can bet the clerks will remember your name if you visit more than once. I’m happy to raise my children in such a nurturing and vibrant environment, and I’m even happier to call Cornelius my home. Looks like my hunch about living at Lake Norman was right.

Cornelius by the numbers Year incorporated: 1905 Population: 30,257 Median household income: $88,366 Median value of owner-occupied housing units: $292,400 Source: Contact: Town of Cornelius

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With the perfect blend of small-town charm and worldly sophistication in a lakeside country setting, Davidson is often named one of the best places to live in North Carolina. Mature oaks and majestic pines shade an eclectic mix of historic homes and modern neighborhoods lining this little haven. And at the heart of the Village Green, the public library, Davidson College and a string of century-old storefronts stand as welcoming sentries. Founded in 1837, Davidson College is a private liberal arts institution that offers educational and entertainment opportunities. You can attend live performances at Duke Family Performance Hall, enjoy exciting basketball games at Baker Sports Complex and explore the Belk Visual Arts Center. Art comes in many forms here. Wooden Stone Gallery has an excellent array of unusual handmade treasures while the Casual Creative features modern folk art. You’ll find great gifts at Honeysuckle Home, inspired items at Moxie Mercantile, the latest fashion at MINE by sandy and Wild Cats’ gear at Davidson College Store. And it’s hard to leave the Village Store empty-handed. When hunger hits, there are many options to suit your palette. Grab a burger and chocolate soda at The Soda Shop, Davidson’s favorite diner since 1951. Savor a handcrafted sandwich and soup at The Pickled Peach or daily specials at Famous Toastery. Sample the award-winning fare at Kindred. Or travel the epicurean world of Mestizo’s, Carrburritos Taqueria, Il Bosco or Sabi. Other great options include Brickhouse Tavern, Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse, Mandolino’s Artisan Pizza and The Crazy Pig for BBQ. Enjoy breakfast at The Egg or eat crabcakes at lakeside North Harbor Café. There’s something to satisfy everyone in Davidson. Once refueled, you won’t have to wander far for outdoor adventure. Under a canopy of Carolina Blue skies, you can walk, run or bike at the Davidson Greenway or woodland trails of Fisher Farm, and paddleboard, sail or fish on nearby Lake Davidson or Lake Norman.


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A VENDOR AT THE DAVIDSON FALL ART FESTIVAL. In Davidson, neighbors gather for seasonal events, from April’s Art on the Green to Town Day in May and a summer series of picnic-style Concerts on the Green. For the annual Halloween March, hundreds of princesses and superheroes line up for goodies from local merchants. In early December, relish the holiday spirit with horse-drawn carriages, strolling carolers and musicians and gift vendors on the Green, all in a Dickens-like atmosphere at our popular Christmas In Davidson. Yet there’s something to celebrate every day here. Stop at Summit or Good Drip Coffee for a latte, grab a matinee at Our Town Cinemas Café & Taphouse and enjoy a sweet treat at Ben & Jerry’s, Whit’s Frozen Custard or Davidson Chocolate Co. Meditate on the red-brick labyrinth at the college’s peace garden or stretch yourself at Yoga on Davidson. Avid readers won’t find a more thoughtful collection than at Main Street Books. Take in a play at Armour Street Theatre and then toast any occasion at Davidson Wine Co. Looking for a beautiful bouquet or fresh meat and produce? The Davidson Farmer’s Market features items from more than 35 farmers. You’ll spot old friends and make new ones here on Saturday mornings. When I count all the reasons I love living in Davidson with my family, it’s hard for me to imagine a better place to call home.

Davidson by the numbers Year incorporated: 1879 Population: 13,054 Median household income: $128,255 Median value of owner-occupied housing units: $423,000 Source: Contact: Town of Davidson

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Finding Your Place Spiritual offerings at the lake BY RENEE ROBERSON Most of the early European settlers here in the 1770s were Scots-Irish or Scottish. History has it that one of the oldest churches in the Lake Norman area began when a group of Christians gathered on the bank of a creek under a group of trees they called “Ramah Grove.” While the first log structure housing the church was constructed in 1783, the current sanctuary used for Ramah Grove Presbyterian Church was built in 1881. The church still stands today. Hopewell Presbyterian Church off Beatties Ford Road in Huntersville also has a rich history, having been officially founded in 1762. Davidson College Presbyterian Church was founded in 1837. Houses of worship remain an important part of the community, and many have taken root throughout the towns over the years. In Cornelius, Bethel Presbyterian Church was founded in 1828 and still


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flourishes in the lakeside town as part of the Presbyterian movement called ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians. The community is also home to Grace Covenant Church, which started out as Cornelius Tabernacle under the leadership of Dr. S.K. and Emily Clanton in 1937. Grace Covenant now serves approximately a few thousand parishioners through services at three different campuses; 17301 Statesville Road, Cornelius, 531 N. Greenbriar Road, Statesville and 296 N Hwy 16 in Denver. Serving both the Davidson and Huntersville communities, Lake Forest Church is a member of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church denomination. Freedom to worship all types of denominations is alive and well here. You’ll find Baptist and Methodist churches, plus the Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Davidson is home to the Davidson Friends Meeting House for the Quaker faith and

Temple Kol Tikvah, serving the Jewish community. To help accommodate the growth brought on by the construction of Lake Norman, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Mooresville raised funds for the building that still stands today in the early 1960s. You’ll find St. Mark’s Catholic Church in Huntersville and St. Therese Catholic Church in Mooresville. For those who prefer a more contemporary form of worship, there’s also a variety of nondenominational churches spread throughout the area, such as Elevation Church, Journey Church, Newsong Church, LIFE Fellowship Church and many others. These houses of worship are only the beginning of a very long list— because no matter where you prefer to seek out spiritual comfort, you’re sure to find what your soul desires in the towns of Lake Norman.

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No matter what you’re looking for in a wedding venue, Visit Lake Norman can help. Whether you want to say “I do” by the water’s edge, at a country club or at a rural location with a rustic vibe, it’s all here. VLN offers a Comprehensive Wedding Venue Guide, which highlights details needed for selecting the perfect venue. After choosing a venue, VLN can assist with accommodations by securing discounted hotel rates and room blocks for guests. If your group requires many rooms, a complimentary hospitality suite can be leveraged. VLN’s complimentary hotel lead service secures the lowest competitive rates by having hotels vie for your wedding group’s business. Hotel leads outline your wedding group’s specific accommodation needs. You can also receive information on group-friendly restaurants for your party, transportation options and trip itineraries so your guests and wedding party can take advantage of all the area has to offer. When VLN assists with accommodations, you’re entitled to Lake Norman-branded wedding bags, complete with an official Lake Norman Visitor’s Guide. As a free wedding services provider, contact Rodrigo Carreon with Visit Lake Norman at 704.987.3300 for information on how to make your wedding planning a “piece of cake.” Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


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Spend time outdoors, whether on a hike or on water

JETTON PARK IN CORNELIUS OFFERS LAKESIDE ADVENTURES. With moderate temperatures, parks, greenways and access to watersports, boating and other activities on the lake, there’s never a shortage of things to do in the area. If nature is your thing, check out the Latta Plantation Center and Nature Preserve in Huntersville, situated on more than 1,000 acres on Mountain Island Lake. There, you’ll find hiking trails and the Carolina Raptor Center, where visitors can observe more than 25 species of raptors living along a Raptor Trail with a self-guided tour. Also in Huntersville, Blythe Landing offers 26 acres of fun with floating piers and boat ramps, a beach and playground,


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ROBBINS PARK IN CORNELIUS picnic areas, and sand volleyball courts. Blythe Landing is also home to Lake Norman Community Sailing, which offers a variety of sailing programs for all ages. In Davidson, walkers and cyclists enjoy the natural beauty of Fisher Farm Park, located on 200 acres of woods off Shearer Road. It features four miles of biking trails with enough terrain for different skill levels. There’s also a 2.5mile walking trail on site. Lake Norman is fortunate to have a great public park system, countless trails and greenways for biking and hiking, and parks with plenty of recreational fields and

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playground equipment. In Cornelius, Ramsey Creek Park is a 43-acre waterfront park with boat-launching areas, docks, a fishing pier and a public swimming beach. There are also picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, a volleyball court, a three-acre dog park, playground and nature trails. Visitors can rent large “funbrellas” to utilize on the large and waterfront picnic area. Another popular destination for those who love to spend time outdoors is Jetton Park in Cornelius. This 104-acre park has a beach area, wooden gazebos, a formal garden and a playground. There are also eight tennis courts, and paved walking and biking trails, most of which wind through nicely shaded wooded areas. For a small fee, visitors can rent waterside picnic decks equipped with a grill and a table. A little further north, in Troutman, there’s Lake Norman State Park, an ideal place to enjoy the area’s natural beauty and go running or mountain biking. The 1,328-acre park includes 13 miles of shoreline along the northeastern shore of Lake Norman. There is a 125-yard beach and public swimming area, which is supervised by lifeguards seasonally, as well as a concession stand, showers, restrooms and changing stalls. In addition to Lake Norman’s 520 miles of shoreline, there are also stateof-the-art fitness centers that offer amenities for every member of the family, as well as swimming, canoeing

and kayaking lessons, all of which provide plenty of things to do during the colder winter months. One great place for families to get fit is Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics. The 88,000-square-foot facility is home to a 25-yard warm water pool and outdoor family fun pool. It also holds the distinction of being the only public facility in the Southeast with an Olympicsized, 50-meter competition pool and 10-meter dive tower. It is often host to aquatic events with up to 2,000 spectators for regional, national, world-class swim and dive competitions. In addition, there’s a full-court gymnasium and a complete fitness center with cardiovascular training equipment such as treadmills, elliptical trainers, and stationary bicycles and group exercise classes. The Lake Norman YMCA in Cornelius is equally as popular, as you can learn to sail, water ski, canoe, paddle board or kayak at this branch. In addition, you can enjoy a beachfront picnic after a rousing game of outdoor volleyball. As for indoor activities, enjoy pilates and yoga in the branch’s waterview studio, dedicated to mind and body programs. Group exercise classes abound at all levels, as well as summer day camps. Indoor/outdoor pools, along with an excellent fitness staff, round out the branch’s offerings. Whatever you feel like doing recreationally, you can bet there’s a park or facility that offers it here. Go play!

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There’s never a dull moment for sports fans in LKN BY MIKE SAVICKI


Sports fans love living here because if you enjoy professional sports or even exciting college and minor league sports in person, you are in the right place. In just a quick car ride, you can catch athletic competition at the highest level of competition.

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In 2014, Davidson College joined the Atlantic 10 Conference and quickly proved that it has what it takes to compete with the big dogs, as the men’s basketball team won the regular season championship and played in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Charlotte native and NBA standout, Steph Curry, took the Wildcats to the Elite Eight in 2008. In 2016, Curry, who plays for the Golden State Warriors, was voted the NBA’s first unanimous MVP. Head Coach Bob McKillop continues to lead the men’s basketball program, which made it back to the NCAA Tournament in 2018, and the team plays its home games on campus at Belk Arena. Scott Abell, who formerly coached at Washington & Lee University, began coaching the football team in 2018. In addition, a handful of women’s teams from basketball and field hockey to tennis and lacrosse dominate the athletic scene at Davidson. Altogether, Davidson fields more than 20 men and women’s athletic teams. Nearly one in four Davidson students participates in varsity sports.

The term NASCAR has become synonmous with Lake Norman. In addition to the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, many high-profile NASCAR teams are headquartered in state-of-the-art production shops located in Huntersville and Mooresville, while others aren’t far away. Many drivers live on the shores of Lake Norman, and it’s not uncommon to see them boating on the water or out at local restaurants and shops when they aren’t chasing the checkered flag. Thousands of crew members, NASCAR support personnel and supporting business owners live and play around the lake, too. When it comes time to race, Lake Norman residents can make a 30 to 40-minute drive to Charlotte Motor Speedway to see their favorite teams and drivers in action. The track hosts major NASCAR races in May and October, and smaller races and events almost every other week of the year.

UNC Charlotte 49ers

If it’s football you want then it is football you’ll get at UNC Charlotte. The school signed its first-ever recruiting class in early 2012 and built a state-of-the-art stadium on its campus in northeast Charlotte. The team kicked off its first official season on Aug. 31, 2013. Basketball is also widely followed on campus. The 9,000seat Halton Arena is located inside the Barnhardt Student Activity Center and is the home to the Charlotte 49ers men’s and women’s teams, which compete in Conference USA. Soccer fanatics know the 49ers know how to score when it counts, as the men’s team advanced to the 2012 NCAA Division One Final Four.


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Carolina Panthers

If you’re new to Lake Norman you may as well go ahead and get a schedule for the upcoming Panthers season and be done with it. When the Carolina Panthers joined the league in 1995 and moved into their newly constructed home at Bank of America Stadium, the hometown team began building its identity and fans began traditions of their own. In 2016, the Carolina Panthers played in the Superbowl and had the whole country “dabbing” with quarterback Cam Newton. With businessman David Tepper, fomerly a minority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, officially purchasing the team in 2018, the team has been in the process of a rebuild. With new head coach Matt Rhule stepping in at the beginning of 2020, fans are hopeful the Panthers will soon be back on top with the electric spectator fans have grown to love. Grab a single game or season ticket or get A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine


on your feet at one of the dozens of bars and restaurants surrounding the stadium. Go Panthers!

Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte’s history with professional sports dates back to the 1980s when the city’s first-ever major pro sports team — the Hornets — began competing in an arena just off Tyvola Boulevard. When the team left for New Orleans in 2002, it took the name. However, in the fall of 2014, the Charlotte Bobcats rebranded themselves as the Charlotte Hornets, and fans couldn’t be happier about it. North Carolina native and former NBA superstar Michael Jordan is the majority owner the team, and the recent changes he made not only in the front office but also on the floor have the team playing competitive ball once again. Former San Antonio Spurs coach James Borrego took over the helm of the team in 2018, and there’s never a dull moment at the home games played at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte.

Charlotte Checkers

Who says southerners don’t enjoy a good game of hockey? The Charlotte Checkers are the region’s minor league hockey team and serve as the American Hockey League affiliate for the Raleigh-based Carolina Hurricanes of the NHL. The Checkers name has been associated with Charlotte hockey teams since the 1950s. Today’s team plays its home games from October to April at Charlotte’s Bojangles’ Coliseum where the action is more fast and furious than ever before.

Charlotte Knights If you’re in the mood to see tomorrow’s Major League Baseball stars today, head to uptown Charlotte for a Charlotte Knights game. The Class AAA Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox plays in BB & T Ballpark in Uptown Charlotte, and fans can’t get enough of it. The uptown business crowd loves being able to walk from their offices to the stadium to catch a mid-week evening game before heading home to the lake, and families are abuzz for the kid friendly amenities that surrounding the diamond. BB&T Ballpark is located down the street from Bank of America Stadium.

Kannapolis Intimidators

The minor league baseball team in nearby Kannapolis features one of the most unique names in all of baseball. The Intimidators are the Class Low-A Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox, and they are named after legendary NASCAR racer — and Kannapolis native — Dale Earnhardt. The team plays in the South Atlantic League and features players just beginning their journey to the major leagues. Home games at the 4,700-seat Intimidators Stadium are about as intimate as a fan could ask for. So bring your glove, and keep your eyes peeled for foul balls and home runs or just sit back and watch the fireworks displays that often light up the games. The Intimidators play from April through early September.

If you recently moved to the area, our Welcome Committee Greeters will bring you FREE maps, community information, physician directories, coupons and gift offers from local businesses to help you get acquainted. Call 704-660-1155 to schedule your complimentary welcome visit. Want to become a Welcome Committee Sponsor? Visit or call 704-660-1155 2020-2021

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On Course

On the Fairway Find a variety of golf at Lake Norman BY MIKE SAVICKI

Combining aspects of sandhill golf from the Pinehurst and coastal Carolina area with hilly and rolling terrain from the western Carolina mountain courses, there is never a shortage of club selection decisions to be made in Lake Norman, and they all offer their own adventures. Birkdale Golf Club in Huntersville combines the look and feel of a private course with the affordability and appeal of a public facility. The Arnold Palmer-designed public course offers a state-of-the-art lighted practice facility, including a driving range, short-game area and putting green, as well as group and individual instruction by PGA professionals. The 200-acre course convenient to the interstate and within walking distance of the popular Birkdale Village shopping complex. Standing on the elevated tee box of Cowan’s Ford Country Club’s par 5 15th hole, golfers are afforded not simply a breathtaking view of one of the course’s signature holes, they are also challenged with making the decision either to go for the green in two or lay up short of the babbling brook and stone wall then chip and put for birdie. Perhaps it is the lure of the tee box which rises 75 feet above the fairway that dictates club selection, or perhaps it is simply the fact that the hole’s layout has been the subject of horror stories for decades that makes golfers play it conservatively, but the 15th is a true test of the risk/ reward mentality that can be found on any of the area’s top courses.


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MOORESVILLE GOLF CLUB RECENTLY WENT THROUGH AN EXTENSIVE RENOVATION. In addition to Cowan’s Ford, a walkable (35 percent-40 percent of golfers regularly walk their rounds at any time) 6,932-yard course that is more than 50 years old, several other private courses are also keeping pace, as they afford golfers the luxury of living and playing in the same neighborhood. The Peninsula Club in Cornelius, NorthStone Country Club in Huntersville and River Run Country Club in Davidson combine golfing excellence with strong neighborhood identity. The Peninsula Club joins Trump National in nearby Iredell County with unmatched water views, while River Run and NorthStone boast the classic North Carolina look of rolling terrain and tree-lined fairways. And courses such as Westport Golf Club in Denver have tweaked their layouts and upgraded their facilities to attract new members, while others, such as the communityrun Mooresville Golf Course to the north and Pine Island Country Club to the south have either undertaken multimillion dollar renovation projects or undergone major facelifts to create an entirely new look and feel. Fans of the game don’t have to travel far to see the pros compete. During the first week of May, the Wells Fargo Championship brings the PGA TOUR to Charlotte as top pros compete at the Quail Hollow Club. So grab your driver, tee it up high, then swing away. Golf at Lake Norman is full of surprises and challenges if you can just get past the views. A Product of Lake Norman CURRENTS Magazine


The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce offers plenty of networking and recognition


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Mark Your Calendars

Events and Awards

Annual Gala & Awards Banquet

A black tie-optional event, the annual Lake Norman Chamber Annual Gala & Awards banquet is an elegant night of celebration, during which the “changing of the guard” occurs as the outgoing Chamber Chairman hands over the reigns to the incoming Chair. There is also a presentation of the Robert T. Cashion Business Person of the Year award and the Duke Energy Citizenship & Service Award — which recognizes leadership and/or involvement in volunteerism and community service.

Annual Business Expo

The Lake Norman Chamber Expo is an event that provides member businesses the opportunity to showcase their goods and services to the Lake Norman community —both to the public and other member businesses. The Expo has between 150-200 exhibitors and sponsors and is attended by 1500-2000 members of the business community and public.

Annual Diversity Luncheon

The Lake Norman Chamber’s Diversity Council provides a forum for sharing vital information, networking, and fostering professional development for minority and women-owned businesses. The Council also honors existing businesses in the Lake Norman region that embrace diversity in their everyday business practices. The Diversity Council hosts its annual luncheon in September, where attendees are treated to an inspiring message followed by awards presented to the Corporation, Non-Profit, Small Business, and Individual who promotes inclusiveness and diversity in their workplace and community.

Annual Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament

Dust off your clubs and prepare to hit the links with the Chamber for our Annual Fall Golf Classic. Combine your Chamber networking with a healthy dose of competition. It’s also a great chance to entertain clients and customers. This Captain’s Choice event hosts more than 125 players and participants. Members can become involved in a number of ways, including volunteering and sponsorship. The net proceeds from the tournament fund Chamber programs and operations. For more information about the tournament, or to become a sponsor, call 704.892.1922 or email us at: 2020-2021

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Business AfterHours and Second Friday Speed Networking

Unwind after your workday, enjoy refreshments and connect with the local business community. Business AfterHours is a relaxing way to end your day, meet people, and enhance your business and personal relationships. Attendance is always high, so bring plenty of business cards. Business AfterHours events are generally held the third Thursday of every month. The Chamber also hosts Second Friday Speed Networking events at Sam’s Club in Mooresville, where members from different Chambers get the chance to build their business networks in a condensed format.

Coffee Connections & Business Before Hours Develop potential leads and build business relationships before the workday begins. Throughout the month, many of our Chamber members host meet-and-greet sessions at their places of business. Attendance at these easy going, unstructured sessions is usually high, so bring plenty of business cards. Who knows? You might have a brand new customer before your workday has even begun.

Power Luncheons

Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce Power Luncheons are held five times a year. These luncheons include: the Diversity Luncheon in September, a Healthcare Summit, Public Safety Awards, Small Business Event of the Year and another luncheon focused on various topics.

Ribbon Cuttings & Mixers

Upon joining the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, or if you’ve recently expanded/renovated, one of the first opportunities you’ll have to get to know your fellow members and introduce them to your business is to have a ribbon cutting or Mixer. If you would prefer to have a simple ribbon cutting ceremony, you’ll have the opportunity to borrow the Chamber’s oversized scissors for the event. You may also extend your ribbon cutting event by also having a mixer. The Chamber will also help you publicize your ribbon cutting, announcing to our membership via our website event calendar and newsletter. Ambassadors and other Chamber staff will also be onsite for the occasion. Mixers are less formal, generally with food and drink, and can be scheduled at any time with a minimum of 10 days notice. Great Lake Living at Lake Norman


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Homewood Suites by HIlton (704) 987-1818 www.davidson.homewoodsuites. com Davidson NC 28036 Comfort Suites, Lake Norman (704) 875-6220 Huntersville NC 28078 Hampton Inn & Suites (704) 947-5510 Huntersville NC 28078 Springhill Suites Mooresville/ Spectrum Hosp II LLC (704) 658-0053 Mooresville NC 28117 Hilton Garden Inn, Charlotte, Mooresville (704) 663-6468 Mooresville NC 28117 Candlewood Suites, Huntersville/ Lake Norman (704) 895-3434 candlewood-suitesHuntersville NC 28078 Four Points Sheraton at Charlotte/Lake Norman (704) 766-2500 cltfo-four-points-charlotte-lakenorman/ Huntersville NC 28078 Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Lake Norman (704) 895-6565 Huntersville NC 28078 Lakecations, LLC 704-251-7002 X 201 Cornelius NC 28031 My Place Hotels, Huntersville (704) 274-9164 Huntersville NC 28078




Ladd, McCall & Associates, CPAsCornelius (704) 896-2870 Cornelius NC 28031

Greenhill Antiballistics Corp. 704-618-3818 Davidson NC 28036

Lake Norman Lucky Cat Program 704.877.7779 Cornelius NC 28031


Brenda Pressley, CPA, CBM, PFS, CGMA (704) 892-1914 daily-news Davidson NC 28036

Jan Black Marketing and Photography (704) 607-1773 Cornelius NC 28031

GreenTree Financial Group, Inc. (704) 892-8733 Cornelius NC 28031

Ginger Griffin Marketing & Design (704) 896-2479 Cornelius NC 28031

Tinsley & Terry, CPAs, P.A. (704) 895-7400 Cornelius NC 28031 Corriher & Michael, PLLC (704) 663-0193 Mooresville NC 28117 Donna M. Moffett, LLC (704) 895-7181 Cornelius NC 28031 Martin Halloran, CPA (704) 896-7055 Cornelius NC 28031 William G. Dagit, CPA (704) 655-8648 Cornelius NC 28031 BGW, CPA, PLLC (704) 552-0553 Charlotte NC 28203 Smart Financials 980-333-2771 Denver NC 28037

ACUPUNCTURIST Serenity Acupuncture & Wellness Clinic 910-707-4602 Cornelius NC 28031

AllOver Media (704) 439-3991 Charlotte NC 28208 enCOMPASS Advertising Agency (704) 896-9978 Cornelius NC 28031 Robbins Media Group LLC (800) 368-6841 Cornelius NC 28031 Adams Outdoor Advertising 704-373-1700 Charlotte NC 28206 Das Wow Digital Advertising Solutions (714) 913-7508 Huntersville NC 28078 the inside coup 704-905-1563 Lake Norman NC 28031 Chain Effect Ads (980) 689-0016 Denver NC 28037

ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES Main Street Antiques (704) 746-3636 Mooresville NC 28115

APARTMENTS, HOUSE RENTALS Corporate Relocation, Inc. (704) 875-2656 Huntersville NC 28070 Riverwalk Apartment Homes (704) 489-9687 Denver NC 28037 Redcliffe at Kenton Place (704) 439-0110 Huntersville NC 28078 Apartments at Holly Crest (704) 550-8383 Huntersville NC 28078 The Junction at Antiquity (704) 464-0466 Cornelius NC 28031 Marquis at Morrison Plantation (704) 997-2111 Mooresville NC 28117 Langtree Lake Norman Apartments 704-997-2590 Mooresville NC 28117 The Osprey at Lake Norman 980-447-7320 Mooresville NC 28117

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Wilber Associates (704) 892-3633 Cornelius NC 28031 LaBella Associates (704) 941-2157 Davidson NC 28036 R & M Group Architects (704) 909-7081 Charlotte NC 28217 RL Architecture, PLLC 704-756-3540 Davidson NC 28036

Bringewatt, Wolter & Snover, PLLC (704) 896-1747 Davidson NC 28036

Good Old-Fashioned Auto Repair (704) 799-0318 Mooresville NC 28115

Hair by Kathy @ Sola Salon 704-454-8345 salon-professional/kbrown Cornelius NC 28031

Adkins Law PLLC (704) 274-5677 Huntersville NC 28078

Autohaus Lake Norman 704-966-0466 Denver NC 28037

Blo Blow Dry Bar - Lake Norman 704-765-6500 Cornelius NC 28031

Levine Law Group, PA (704) 660-1770 Mooresville NC 28117

Christian Brothers Automotive, Huntersville (704) 464-0620 Huntersville NC 28078


Knipp Law Office, PLLC (704) 765-2511 Cornelius NC 28031


Ruffin Law, PLLC (704) 770-8022 Cornelius NC 28031

Four Corners Framing & Art Gallery 704-662-7154 Mooresville NC 28115

Randall & Stump, PLLC (980) 237-4579 Charlotte NC 28203

ART, GALLERY, FRAMING, SCHOOL Foster’s Frame Design & Gallery (704) 948-1750 Huntersville NC 28070

ATTORNEYS, LEGAL SERVICES Robbins & Bentz (704) 892-4098 Cornelius NC 28031 Baker Law Office, PLLC (704) 895-7969 Huntersville NC 28078 McIntosh Law Firm, P.C. (704) 892-1699 Davidson NC 28036 Estate & Elder Law Firm of Vandiver & Bryan (704) 892-9355 Davidson NC 28036 Sandra L. Knox, P.C. (704) 892-1636 Cornelius NC 28031 John M. Friguglietti, Jr., P.A. (704) 892-1173 Davidson NC 28036 Brennan Law Firm, PLLC (704) 896-6441 Huntersville NC 28078 Copeland Richards, PLLC (704) 439-4441 Davidson NC 28036

AUTOMOBILES-NEW, USED, RENTALS Huntersville Ford 704-675-7402 Huntersville NC 28078

Irvin Law, PLLC (704) 896-0820 Cornelius NC 28031

Lake Norman Chrysler Jeep Dodge (704) 896-3800 Cornelius NC 28031

Trego, Hines & Ladenheim, PLLC 704-599-8911 Huntersville NC 28078 Ascension Law 704-464-0460 Charlotte NC 28209 Ckezepis Law 704.659.0273 Huntersville NC 28078 Elliott Law Firm 704-947-3838 Huntersville NC 28079 The Callahan Firm 704.237.0859 Huntersville NC 28079

AUDIO VISUAL SoundVision 704-696-2792 Mooresville NC 28117 Genesis Film 704-881-4911 Huntersville NC 28078

AUTO RECONDITIONING Perfected Shine, LLC 980-289-9309 Denver NC 28037

The Coley Law Firm, PLLC (704) 412-3260 Cornelius NC 28031



Farrell Creations & Restorations, LLC 704-660-0267 Mooresville NC 28115

Paglen Law Office 704-992-7332 Huntersville NC 28078

Garfinkel Immigration Law Firm (704) 442-8000 Charlotte NC 28210

Bell Law Firm (704) 992-1590 Huntersville NC 28078

Caliber Collision Center 704-892-6262 Cornelius NC 28031

A&B Tire & Automotive Center (704) 895-9990 Cornelius NC 28031

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Randy Marion Automotive Group (704) 664-3303 Mooresville NC 28115

Choice USA Vending (704) 823-1651 Lowell NC 28098 Adams Beverage (704) 509-3000 Charlotte NC 28269 Eleven Lakes Brewing Company (704) 771-2309 Cornelius NC 28031 D9 Brewing Company (704) 457-9368 Cornelius NC 28031

BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE The Spirited Cyclist Bike Shop (704) 948-9300 Huntersville NC 28078 Trek Bicycle Stores - Charlotte (704) 663-8812 Mooresville NC 28217


Modern Nissan of Lake Norman (704) 237-5100 Cornelius NC 28031

Carefree Boat Club Lake Norman / Lake Wylie (704) 557-0848 ext 4 Cornelius NC 28031

Lake Norman Infiniti (704) 237-8000 Cornelius NC 28031

Freedom Boat Club (704) 659-1294 Cornelius NC 28031

Hendrick Luxury Automall @ Northlake (704) 379-4000 Charlotte NC 28269

Lake Norman Boat Club 704-483-5546 Sherrills Ford NC 28673

Parks Chevrolet at the Lake 336-648-4844 www.parkschevrolethuntersville. com Huntersville NC 28078


BOAT SALES, SERVICE, STORAGE, MARINAS McLeod Corporation/Holiday Marina (704) 896-5552 Cornelius NC 28031

Crown Trophy 704-892-4682 Cornelius NC 28031

Lake Norman Marina, Inc. (704) 483-5546 Sherills Ford NC 28673


Morningstar Marinas, Kings Point (704) 892-3223 Cornelius NC 28031

Sugar and Spice LKN 704-756-0357 Mooresville NC 28117


The Peninsula Yacht Club (704) 892-9858 x2031 Cornelius NC 28031

SAVVY Salon & Day Spa (704) 895-0404 Cornelius NC 28031

Boat Rack, Chaparral Boats (828) 478-2118 Sherrills Ford NC 28673

CS Performance Inc. (704) 662-3324 Mooresville NC 28117

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Advanced Marine Service 704-402-7772 Mooresville NC 28115 Race City Marine 704-799-0008 Mooresville NC 28117

BREWERY The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery (704) 525-5644 Charlotte NC 28217 Ass Clown Brewing Company (980) 505-0399 Cornelius NC 28031 Lost Worlds Brewing Company 704-231-5878 Cornelius NC 28031

BUSINESS CONSULTING SBA - U.S. Small Business Administration 704.344.6787 Charlotte NC 28210 SCORE - Small Business Counselors 704.806.6379 Charlotte NC 28210 ActionCOACH - David Dowdy (704) 400-4358 Mooresville NC 28117 Quest (704) 831-8777 Davidson NC 28036 Smythe & Associates LLC (704) 763-4111 Cornelius NC 28031 Bentley Consulting Group, LLC 704-609-7538 Huntersville NC 28078 Wise Oak Consulting, LLC 704-572-7333 Huntersville NC 28078 Raider Consulting LLC 704-618-1288 Huntersville NC 28078 The Core Training, Inc. 800-660-6670 x 221 Cornelius NC 28031 The John Maxwell Group (704) 750-9670 danielhouston Huntersville NC 28078 WeAssist 704-609-6605 Huntersville NC 28078

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Embrace the Space Between, LLC 980-585-9915 www.embracethespacebetween. com/ Cornelius NC 28031 Group Management Services 704.307.4390 Charlotte NC 28216 Rhana Kurdi Consulting & Business Coaching 502-654-5538 rhanakurdi.focalpointcoaching. com/ Mooresville NC 28117

BUSINESS FUNDING Griffin Brothers Companies 704.987-3829 Cornelius NC 28031

BUSINESS SALES, ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS Joe Vagnone Business Broker (704) 577-8030 Cornelius NC 28031 Viking Mergers & Acquisitions (704) 676-0940 Cornelius NC 28031 The CBA Group 704-895-4274 Cornelius NC 28031

BUSINESS SERVICES, ACCT.,MAILBOXES, VIRTUAL OFFICE The UPS Store 2690 (704) 892-9935 Huntersville NC 28078

CANDY, CONFECTIONERY Kilwin’s Chocolate, Fudge, Ice Cream (704) 237-4869 Huntersville NC 28078

CANNABIS OIL CBD HempLily - Your CBD Oil Source (704) 448-5999 Huntersville NC 28070 Liquefy - Cannabis Extraction 704-765-5801 Cornelius NC 28031 Native Ceuticals, LLC 704--929-8563 Cornelius NC 28031

CAR WASH LKN Car Wash 704-999-3591 Cornelius NC 28031

CARPET CLEANING, WATER AND MOLD RESTORATIONS We Care Cleaning Services 704-892-8000 Huntersville NC 28078


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CATERING AND IN HOME COOKING CLASS Savory Moments (704) 910-3289 Huntersville NC 28078 Love in the Oven Caterers/San Gennaro Feast on Wheels Food Truck 704-255-5114 Mooresville NC 28117 The Food Fairy, Inc. 919-740-5856 Chapel Hill NC 27515

CELL PHONES, RETAIL AT&T North Carolina (704) 892-8995 Huntersville NC 28078 CPR - Cell Phone Repair (704) 562-6100 huntersville-nc Huntersville NC 28078

CHEMICALS Microban Products Company (704) 875-0806 Huntersville NC 28078

CHILD ACTIVITIES Confete Soiree & Play 980-689-4079 Huntersville NC 28078 VIParties 704-966-4888 http// Denver NC 28037

CHILD CARE, CHILDRENS FITNESS, DAY CARE The Goddard School, Cornelius (704) 894-0454 Cornelius NC 28031 Primrose School of Cornelius (704) 895-3300 Cornelius NC 28031 Primrose School of Huntersville (704) 875-7700 Huntersville NC 28078 Chesterbrook Academy (704) 875-1177 Huntersville NC 28078 Lake Norman Children’s Therapy 704-896-8688 http.//www.lkchildrenstherapy. com Cornelius NC 28031 Urban Air Adventure Park 704-361-8883 www.urbanairtrampolinepark. com/locations/north-carolina/ cornelius Cornelius NC 28031

CHIROPRACTOR Ballas Chiropractic @ Northcross (704) 896-8080 Huntersville NC 28078

Adjusting The World Chiropractic (704) 895-7227 Huntersville NC 28078

Better Business Bureau Charlotte (704) 927-8611 Matthews NC 28105

Moliver Chiropractic, PLLC 704.896.3435 Davidson NC 28036

Kiwanis Club of Lake Norman Huntersville NC 28078

Holistic Hands Chiropractic 980-833-3616 Cornelius NC 28031 Keystone Chiropractic Lake Norman (704) 897-0328 www.keystonechiropracticlkn. com Cornelius NC 28031 Performance Rehab Associates at Lake Norman (704) 896-1811 Cornelius NC 28031 Vezendy Chiropractic 704-895-2240 Cornelius NC 28031 ChiroLife Wellness Center 704-799-8750 Mooresville NC 28117 West Lake Chiropractic 704-489-1999 Denver NC 28037 100% Chiropractic 980-689-2499 Cornelius NC 28031

CHURCHES AND MINISTERS Mt. Zion United Methodist Church (704) 892-8566 www.mtziionumc Cornelius NC 28031 Grace Covenant Church (704) 892-8005 Cornelius NC 28031

CIVIC GROUPS AND NON PROFITS Lake Norman Toastmasters (864) 590-5951 Cornelius NC 28031 Exchange Club of North Mecklenburg #3150 704-904-8051 Cornelius NC 28031 South Iredell High School Future Business Leaders of America 704.924.0360 Statesville NC 28677 Carolina Raptor Center 704-875-6521 X112 Huntersville NC 28078 Rotary Club of North Mecklenburg County Cornelius NC 28031

Davidson Community Players (704) 892-7953 www.davidsoncommunityplayers. org/ Davidson NC 28036 Ada Jenkins Center (704) 896-0471 Davidson NC 28031 Goodwill Industries of Southern Piedmont (704) 372-3434 Charlotte. NC 28208 United Way, Mooresville-Lake Norman 704.997.3216. Mooresville NC 28117 Arts & Science Council 704-335-3050 Charlotte NC 28202 Children’s Hope Alliance 704-872-4157 Barium Springs NC 28010 Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina (336) 724-3621 Statesville NC 28625 Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce (704) 892-1922 Cornelius NC 28031 North Mecklenburg Woman’s Club (704) 892-1041 Huntersville NC 28070 Angels and Sparrows Soup Kitchen Inc. (704) 918-0122 Huntersville NC 28070 North Mecklenburg Crimestoppers 704.896.7867 www.northmeckcrimestoppers. org/ Cornelius NC 28031 Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists (704) 231-3317 Mooresville NC 28117 Hope House Foundation (203) 240-9632 Huntersville NC 28078 BNI Professional Connections (704) 562-6263 Cornelius NC 28031 Make an Impact Foundation 704-831-8777 Davidson NC 28036

Beds for Kids (980) 422-1192 Cornelius NC 28031 Olde Huntersville Historic Society (704) 575-1414 Huntersville NC 28070 The Lotta Foundation (704) 727-0966 Huntersville NC 28070 When Mom Grandma Dad and Grandpa are with Jesus (704) 287-8040 Lake Norman NC 28031 American Legion, Huntersville Post 321 (704) 875-1126 Huntersville NC 28078 Cain Center for the Arts (980) 689-3101 Cornelius NC 28031 Caterpillar Ministries (704) 517-7764 Huntersville NC 28078 Welcome Home Veterans @ Richard’s Coffee Shop (704) 663-0488 Mooresville NC 28115 Neighborhood C.A.R.E. Center 704-255-5500 Cornelius NC 28031 Lake Norman Marine Commission 704.675.2011 Cornelius NC 28031 Shades of Love Lake Norman 704-807-5017 Mooresville NC 28117 Angels of ‘97, Jane Bolton 704-807-4208 Huntersville NC 28070 The Brown Note Community Foundation 704-266-3800 Huntersville NC 28078 Continuing the Mission 910-315-3570 Davidson NC 28036 Cool Kids Campaign 704-997-5701 Huntersville NC 28078 Ausie Rivens Community Center/ Scholarship Foundation 501c3 704-493-4955 Cornelius NC 28031 Hunter Dalton Foundation 704-400-0326 Cornelius NC 28031

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CLOTHING, SHOES AND ACCESSORIES FlairTrade - Consign (704) 892-7070 Cornelius NC 28031 CoCo Couture, Lake Norman (704) 896-8044 Cornelius NC 28031 Bliss By The Lake 704.662.0007 Mooresville NC 28117

COMPUTER SERVICE, CONSULTANT Shared Resources of NC, LLC (704) 655-0615 Cornelius NC 28031 Geeks People Like (704) 662-6845 Mooresville NC 28117 CET Computer Magic LLC (704) 663-1238 Mooresville NC 28117

CONCIERGE SERVICES The Premier Concierge 704-659-1143 Huntersville NC 28070

CONSIGNMENT Consign on a Dime 704-892-8492 Cornelius NC 28031

CONSTRUCTION, COMMERCIAL JD Goodrum General Contractor (704) 895-8842 Cornelius NC 28031 RL West (LangTree Lake Norman) (704) 997-2620 Mooresville NC 28117 Newton Construction Services, LLC (704) 426-9998 Davidson NC 28036


Quality Crane Service 704-941-8250 home.html Huntersville NC 28078

CONSTRUCTION, HOME IMPROVEMENTS LKN Remodelers (704) 892-9131 Mooresville NC 28117 Alan Simonini Homes, LLC (704) 333-8999 Charlotte NC 28202 1st Choice Construction Management. (704) 892-9822 Mooresville NC 28115 Copper Innovations, Inc. (704) 663-3497 Mooresville NC 28115

CONSULTANTS, COACHING Alexander Hancock Associates / Men In Balance (704) 892-5097 Cornelius NC 28031 Scholz and Associates (704) 827-4474 Stanley NC 28164 Capital Advisory Group (704) 947-6985 Mooresville NC 28117

CONTROL SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR PSI Control Solutions (704) 596-5617 Charlotte NC 28269

COSMETICS Merle Norman Cosmetics (704) 896-8222 nc/cornelius Cornelius NC 28031

CREDIT UNION Piedmont Advantage Credit Union 704-660-7227 Mooresville NC 28117 Truliant Federal Credit Union 704.522.1955 Huntersville NC 28078

CREMATORY Cavin Cook Funeral Service (704) 664-3363 Mooresville NC 28115

CUSTOM HOME BUILDER Foundation Homes Residential (704) 360-2251 Mooresville NC 28117

DECORATIONS, SEASONAL (RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL) Carolina Christmas Light Pros. 844-545-4448 Lake Norman NC

DENTISTS Meletiou & Meletiou, DDS PA (704) 875-1621 Huntersville NC 28078 Welborne, White & Schmidt D.D.S. (704) 896-7955 Cornelius NC 28031 Crawford and Colvin, DDS (704) 895-5850 Huntersville NC 28078 Dr. Mark P. Tompkins, D.D.S. (704) 895-3833 Cornelius NC 28031


Lake Norman Oral & Facial Surgery (704) 987-3132 Huntersville NC 28078

Gregory G. Holsinger, CPA, PA (704) 895-4617 Cornelius NC 28031

Carolina Oral and Facial Surgery (704) 892-1198 Cornelius NC 28031

Lesemann CPA PLLC (704) 895-6966 Huntersville NC 28078 Jack L. Anthony, CPA, PA (704) 892-3437 Cornelius NC 28031 Redmond CPA PLLC 704-997-9810 Cornelius NC 28031 Hammack, Lane & Company, PLLC 704-875-7870 Huntersville NC 28070 Beckley & Associates PLLC 972-309-0002 Cornelius NC 28031

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Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry (704) 948-1111 Huntersville NC 28078 Northstar Dentistry for Adults 704.450.6500 www.northstardentistryforadults. com Huntersville NC 28078 Cornelius Dentistry (704) 980-0046 Cornelius NC 28031 Davidson Cosmetic & Family Dentistry (704) 987-2277 Davidson NC 28036

Rolle Oral & Facial Surgery 704-892-9500 Cornelius NC 28031

DOG TRAINING, SIGHT AND HEARING ASSISTANCE Dogs for Better Lives 704-591-0138 Mooresville NC 28117

DRY CLEANERS Martinizing Dry Cleaning (704) 875-8383 Huntersville NC 28078

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Lake Norman Economic Development Corporation (704) 659-6587 Huntersville NC 28078

EDUCATION Central Piedmont Community College - Merancas Campus (704) 330-4118 Charlotte NC 28235 Davidson College (704) 894-2114 Davidson NC 28035-7162 Cannon School (704) 786-8171 Concord NC 28027 Davidson Day School (704) 237-5200 Davidson NC 28036-6905 The Davidson Center for Learning & Academic Planning (704) 892-4533 Davidson NC 28036 Christian Montessori School at Lake Norman (704) 875-1801 www.christianmontessorischool. org Huntersville NC 28078 Woodlawn School (704) 895-8653 Mooreville NC 28115 Langtree Charter Academy (704) 705-1698 Mooresville NC 28117

North Learning Community (980) 344-7100 default.aspx Charlotte NC 28217

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Pine Lake Preparatory (704) 237-5300 Mooresville NC 28115 Mathnasium of Huntersville (704) 412-1386 Huntersville NC 28078 Lake Norman Charter, Middle School (704) 948-8600 Huntersville NC 28078 The Catalyst Academy (815) 791-7911 Huntersville NC 28078 Lakeside Charter Academy (704) 896-9500 www.lakesidecharteracademy. com Cornelius NC 28031 Northeastern University 980-224-8468 Charlotte NC 28246 Coddle Creek Elementary an IB World School 704-439-4077 Mooresville NC 28115 Omega Learning Center - Lake Norman 704.992.9525 lakenorman-nc.omegalearning. com/ Huntersville NC 28078

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR David Alexander Electric, Inc. (704) 892-1524 Mooresville NC 28115 Rotunda Electric 704-617-1970 Cornelius NC 28031

EMBROIDERY AND MONOGRAMMING Lake Norman Embroidery & Screen Printing (704) 892-8450 Cornelius NC 28031

Answer Scholarship Endowment (704) 668-6526 Cornelius NC 28031

Fully Promoted (704) 987-9630 lake-norman-nc Cornelius NC 28031

Liberty Preparatory Christian Academy (704) 660-3933 Mooresville NC 28117

Lakeside Custom Tee’s & Embroidery (704) 274-3730 Cornelius NC 28031

Davidson Green School (704) 892-0091 Davidson NC 28036

Action Plus Ideas (704) 536-8337 Charlotte NC 28205

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Local Labor Guide 704.577.1414 Cornelius NC 28031

American Meetings & Events, Inc. (704) 399-8000 Charlotte NC 28208

NC Works Career Center 704-360-8067 X 107 Mooresvile NC 28115

Bella Love Inc. (513) 293-0569 Davdison NC 28036

EMPLOYMENT, SCREENING Family Healthcare of Lake Norman (704) 987-7970 Huntersville NC 28078

ENGRAVING Lazer Engraving Specialist, LLC 704-641-2587 Cornelius NC 28031

EYE CARE MyEyeDr. (704) 892-8282 Cornelius NC 28031


Huntersville Eye Care Center (704) 992-3937 Huntersville NC 28078

Carolina Renaissance Festival (704) 896-5555 Huntersville NC 28078

Lakeside Eye Associates (704) 457-7300 Huntersville NC 28078

Spare Time at Lake Norman (704) 892-7177 www.sparetimeentertainment. com Huntersville NC 28078


Discovery Place KIDS-Huntersville (704) 372-6261 X701 Huntersville NC 28078 Carowinds (704) 588-2600 Charlotte NC 28273 Queen’s Landing Sightseeing & Dinner Cruises 704-663-BOAT (2628) Mooresville NC 28117 Frankie’s Fun Park 704-591-6096 Huntersville NC 28078

EQUIPMENT - PARTY RENTALS Cooke Rentals, Inc. (704) 896-0553 Cornelius NC 28031 Ultimate Equipment Rentals of Mooresville 704-746-9282 www.ultimateequipmentrentals. com Mooresville NC 28115


EXECUTIVE SEARCH Global Recruiters of Lake Norman (704) 321-4047 Denver NC 28037

Williamson Wealth Group/ Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. (704) 892-1012 Huntersville NC 28078 Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. - J. Lynn Davidson (704) 987-9794 team/ascend-wealth-partners Huntersville NC 28078 Scale Finance LLC (704) 258-6653 Cornelius NC 28031 Equitable Advisors (704) 895-7475 Cornelius NC 28031-7865 North Main Financial Group, LLC 704.987.1425 Cornelius NC 28031 Fulcrum Capital Partners (704) 892-1646 Cornelius NC 28031 MGL Financial LLC (704) 651-5290 Huntersville NC 28078


Bulldog Asset Management (704) 895-0586 Huntersville NC 28078

MSC Industrial Supply (704) 987-5267 Davidson NC 28036

Advanced Wealth Strategies, Inc. (704) 765-3653 Cornelius NC 28031

LKN Small Engine (704) 677-8461 Mooresville NC 28117

Raymond James, Lake Norman Financial, Richard Younts 704-655-0179 Cornelius NC 28031

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Davidson Capital Advisors 980-237-9474 Huntersville NC 28078

United Community Bank 704.559.9793 Charlotte NC 28209

Little Wood Flooring LLC (704) 896-6122 Cornelius NC 28031


First Bank at Huntersville 704-875-1642 Huntersville NC 28078

Lake Norman Flooring 704-309-5349 Huntersville NC 28078

First Citizens Bank (704) 338-4013 Cornelius NC 28031 Wells Fargo Bank (704) 655-2340 Huntersville NC 28078 First National Bank (704) 892-7887 Cornelius NC 28031 Regions Bank 704-897-8680 Cornelius NC 28031 Park National Bank 800-592-6248 Mooresville NC 28117 Aquesta Bank 704-439-1409 Cornelius NC 28031 Peoples Bank - Cornelius (704) 237-9270 Cornelius NC 28031

First Reliance Bank 704-360-9032 Mooresville NC 28117

FIRE PROTECTION BVS Systems Inc (704) 896-9989 Cornelius NC 28031

FITNESS AND TRAINING Lake Norman Family YMCA (704) 716-4444 Cornelius NC 28031 Champions Sports Performance (704) 439-1111 Cornelius NC 28031 Melting Point Hot Yoga & Massage (704) 999-2474 Huntersville NC 28078

BB&T - Cornelius Branch (704) 987-1360 Cornelius NC 28031

Cliff Hangers, Indoor Rock Climbing @ Fitness Gym (704) 659-1155 Mooresville NC 28117

Leasing Resources, Inc. 704.243.9760 Cornelius NC 28031

Hardcore Serious Fitness (704) 301-5932 Huntersville NC 28078

blueharbor bank (704) 990-7200 Huntersville NC 28078

Club Pilates - Mooresville 704-631-5600 Mooresville NC 28117

Pinnacle Financial Partners (704) 652-7833 Mooresville NC 28117

15 to Fit, Huntersville 704-880-8870 HuntersvilleN NC 28078

Fidelity Bank - Mooresville (704) 799-3302 Mooresville NC 28117

Shapes Fitness for Women, Huntersville 704-727-4774 Huntersville NC 28078

Fifth Third Bank (704) 688-1411 Huntersville NC 28078 United Bank 704.788.6702 Mooresville NC 28117 PNC Bank 980-272-8964 Cornelius NC 28031 Bank of America Private Bank 980-386-9448 Charlotte NC 28255 Select Bank & Trust 704-422-8525 Cornelius NC 28031

Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics (704) 766-2222 Huntersville NC 28078 f45 Training, Cornelius 704-997-9678 Cornelius NC 28031 Club Pilates - Huntersville 704.631.5600 huntersville Huntersville NC 28078

FLOOR COVERINGS Flooring United (704) 737-5222 Cornelius NC 28031

FLORIST, GIFT SHOP Artistry Florals, Inc. (704) 892-9010 Cornelius NC 28031

FLORISTS, GREENHOUSES Metrolina Greenhouses, Inc. (704) 875-1371 Huntersville NC 28078

FUNERAL HOMES Raymer-Kepner Funeral Home and Crematorium Services (704) 892-9669 Huntersville NC 28078 James Funeral Home (704) 584-9004 Huntersville NC 28078 Pet Pilgrimage (704) 664-5484 Mooresville NC 28115

FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERY, ACCESSORIES Sweet Dreams Mattress and Furniture (704) 360-5789 Cornelius NC 28031 Sleep Number Mattress Company, Mooresville 980-444-5281 mooresville/489-river-hwy.html Mooresville NC 28117

GARBAGE AND WASTE RECYCLING, CONSTRUCTION WASTE Republic Services 803-818-3910 Fort Mill SC 29715 Waste Connections, Inc. (704) 398-4171 Charlotte NC 28214 We Clean Dumpsters 704-724-1977 Charlotte NC 28210

GENERAL CONTRACTOR Puma & Associates Realty (704) 375-2495 Cornelius NC 28031 RSM Contracting Corp. 518-231-0264 Mooresville NC 28115 Choate Construction (704) 556-0550 Charlotte NC 28211

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Inspired at Lake Norman (704) 997-5500 Huntersville NC 28078

GIFTS, HOME ACCESSORIES Uncommon Scents Inc. (704) 895-0197 uncommonscents.commentsold. com/ Huntersville NC 28078

GLASS AND MIRRORS Binswanger Glass 704-626-2519 Charlotte NC 28206

Publix - Magnolia Plaza, Store #1474 (704) 424-5017 X 71070 Cornelius NC 28031

GUNS, GUN REPAIR The Range At Lake Norman (704) 895-3155 Cornelius NC 28031

HANDYMAN, TRADES Ace Handyman Services, Lake Norman 704-765-6800 Mooresville NC 28117



Huntersville Hardwoods, Inc. (704) 875-6587 Huntersville NC 28078

NorthStone Country Club LLC (704) 948-4286 x236 Huntersville NC 28078

Ace Hardware (704) 892-7651 Cornelius NC 28031

Pine Island Country Club 704-409-7479 Charlotte NC 28214


Life Thyme Solutions 704-247-6677 Cornelius NC 28031 Premier Choice Misting 704-787-0207 http//www.premierchoicemisting. com Cornelius NC 28031 Reshape, PLLC 704-657-4337 Mooresville NC 28117 The Joy Guide 704-765-0656 Cornelius NC 28031 Breast Care Specialists of Carolina 704-769-3800 Mooresville NC 28117 Enrich UR Health 508-330-9665 Davidson NC 28036 Thrive Now Therapy 704-980-0730 Huntersville NC 28078

Payroll Plus HCM (704) 895-0777 Cornelius NC 28031

LMK Clinical Research Consulting 704-737-7275 Huntersville NC 28078



Hospice & Palliative Care Lake Norman (704) 335.4312 Davidson NC 28036

Amare Global, The Mental Wellness Company 704-562-0594 Huntersville NC 28078

Edible Arrangements Mooresville 704.658.0006 Mooresville NC 28117

Lake Norman Pulmonary & Sleep (704) 660-4094 Mooresville NC 28117

Summit Vitality 704-765-0887 Davidson NC 28036


Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions (980) 938-4200 Charlotte NC 28203

The Peninsula Club (704) 896-7080 Cornelius NC 28031 The 19th Tee Lounge 980-689-2229 Mooresville NC 28117


Senator Vickie Sawyer 919-715-3038 Raleigh NC 27603

GRAPHIC AND WEB DESIGN Granite Sky Design, Inc. (704) 892-6882 Huntersville NC 28078 Lucander Design (704) 892-8292 Davidson NC 28036

GROCERY AND CONVENIENCE STORES Cashion’s Quik Stop (704) 892-8801 Cornelius NC 28031 Old Store Produce (704) 992-6106 Huntersville NC 28078 Publix - Market Square, Store #1481 (704) 424-5017 X 71070 Huntersville NC 28078 2020-2021

Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County (704) 873-4719 Statesvillle NC 28625

Apotheca Cornelius - Lake Norman Farmers Market 704-897-1708 Cornelius NC 28031

HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Putnam Mechanical (704) 799-3665 Mooresville NC 28117

North Carolina Weight and Wellness (704) 275-9355 Cornelius NC 28031

Allied Aire, Inc. (704) 791-8134 Cornelius NC 28031

Carolina BioOncology Institute 704.947.6599 Huntersville NC 28078

Peace Air Conditioning & Heating 704.746.9723 peaceheatingandairconditioning. com Mooresville NC 28117

Physicians Plan Weight Loss & Med Spa (704) 987-8446 Huntersville NC 28078 Mindful Health and Wellness 704-907-2634 Lake Norman NC

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Little Heating & Cooling, LLC (704) 999-1550 Cornelius NC 28031


Rural Hill (704) 875-3113 Huntersville NC 28078

HOBBIES, CRAFTS Cheers To Ewe, Yarn Shop (704) 430-7244 Huntersville NC 280781 Hearts on Fiber 980-858-5673 Davidson NC 28036

HOME AND GARDEN CENTER Mint Landscaping (704) 992-1904 Davidson NC 28036 Made in the Shade, Blinds & More of Lake Norman (704) 620-1869 Huntersville NC 28070

HOME APPLIANCES Mr. Appliance of Huntersville 704-454-3500 Concord NC 28027

HOME HEALTH SERVICES Home Helpers Home Care 704-909-7958 www.homehelpershomecare. com/lakenorman Cornelius NC 28031

Charlotte Radiology Vein Center of Lake Norman 704.367.7877 location/vein-center-of-lakenorman/ Huntersville NC 28078 Lake Norman Regional Medical Center (704) 660-4000 Mooresville NC 28117 Atrium Health - NorthEast (704) 783-3552 Concord NC 28025 Atrium Health - University (704) 863-5885 Charlotte NC 28203 Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center (704) 316-4003 Huntersville NC 28078 Charlotte Radiology Mooresville Breast Center 704-235-6446 Mooresville NC 28117 Charlotte Radiology Prosperity Breast Center 704-464-5727 location/prosperity-crossing-breast-center/ Charlotte NC 28269

Gentle Shepherd Care 704-209-5040 Charlotte NC 28262

Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates (704) 831-4110 Huntersville NC 28078

Home Well Care Services 980-444-3023 Cornelius NC 28031

Charlotte Radiology 704-367-7877 Charlotte NC 28202



Veterans Home Inspection (704) 998-1525 Huntersville NC 28070 CSH Inspections, Inc. 980-777-2779 Belmont NC 28012

HOME STAGING Centerpiece Home Staging LLC (704) 488-5739 www.centerpiecehomestaging. com Cornelius NC 28031 Domaine Staging - Elizabeth Brady 704-258-7941 Lake Norman NC

HOSPITAL, MEDICAL CENTER Charlotte Radiology Huntersville Breast Center 704-895-3445 Huntersville NC 28078

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HZH Solutions 949.800.9816 Mooresville NC 28117 The Employers Association (704) 522-8011 Charlotte NC 28273 Employers Advantage, LLC 980-422-7953 Cornelius NC 28031 Stout Business Solutions (704) 421-2806 Huntersville NC 28078 DBeard Consulting, LLC (704) 575-7971 Huntersville NC 28070 Insperity (704) 887-2227 Charlotte NC 28210

Historic Latta Plantation (704) 875-2312 Huntersville NC 28078

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IDENTITY THEFT Legal Shield - Bayan Reed 267-975-5456 Huntersville NC 28078

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES -DATA, VOICE, VIDEO Alpha Team Tech Solutions 980-293-5201 Charlotte, Lake Norman, Hickory, Winston Salem NC ENTEC Systems 800-716-2544 Huntersville NC 28078

INSURANCE John Cherry - State Farm Insurance (704) 892-6767 nc/huntersville/john-cherry6b1l91ys000 Huntersville NC 28078 Summit Insurance Group, Inc. (704) 659-2141 Huntersville NC 28078 NFP Property & Casualty Services, Inc. (704) 892-6411 Cornelius NC 28031 Financial Independence Group, Inc. (704) 895-5606 Cornelius NC 28031 J. J. Wade Agency (704) 892-9297 Davidson NC 28036 Lake Norman Benefits, Inc. (704) 663-4236 Mooresville NC 28117 Pegram Insurance Agency (704) 895-6090 Huntersville NC 28078 Atrium Health (704) 631-0999 Charlotte NC 28216 The Rankin Insurance Group (704) 896-9393 Huntersville NC 28078 Lake Norman Insurance (704) 895-1075 Davidson NC 28036 Churchwell Insurance Agency (704) 659-0956 Cornelius NC 28031 Central Carolina Insurance Agency 704-636-5311 Salisbury NC 28145 Goosehead Insurance (704) 496-0758 Louchez Mooresville NC 28117


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Hood Hargett & Associates (704) 602-9540 Cornelius NC 28031 Carolina Underwriters Insurance 704-849-8080 Cornelius NC 28031 Blue Cross Blue Shield/Security Plus Insurance Co. 704-892-7210 Cornelius NC 28031 GEICO at Northlake / Morgan Insurance Group, LLC 704-596-2886 Charlotte NC 28216 New York Life 704-371-8500 Charlotte NC 28210


Sawyer Insurance & Financial Services 704-664-4838 Mooresville NC 28115 Griffin Insurance (704) 664-9111 Mooresville NC 28117 Bishop Financial Partners 704-896-9985 Huntersville NC 28078 Northwestern Mutual - Lynn Bowser 704.494.8077 Charlotte NC 28211

INTERIOR DESIGN The Lake House / CiCi Moss Interiors 704-897-7525 Cornelius NC 28031


Carney Insurance Agency (704) 892-1115 Davidson NC 28036

All Access Investigation & Protective Services (704) 562-4623 Cornelius NC 28031

Retirement Planning Group, Becky Johnson (704) 892-7575 becky.l.johnson Cornelius NC 28031


Fogle Insurance Group (704) 875-3060 Huntersville NC 28078 Lapis Financial Strategies, Inc. (704) 895-4942 Cornelius NC 28031 GCG Wealth Management, Inc, (704) 372-4491 Charlotte NC 28269 Jason Colvin State Farm Insurance (704) 987-8887 Huntersville NC 28078 Bookman Bright (704) 256-6016 x101 Davidson NC 28036 Vic Black, Financial Consultant (704) 451-4700 Charlotte NC 28230

Mary Weaver - Touchstone Investments 513-659-8564 Mooresville NC 28117

JEWELERS Brownlee Jewelers (704) 895-1308 Huntersville NC 28078 Phoenix Jewelers, Inc. (704) 895-6255 Cornelius NC 28031

KITCHEN AND BATH, CABINETS, COUNTERTOPS International Kitchen & Bath, Inc. (704) 892-4001 Davidson NC 28036 Case Design / Remodeling 704-759-3920 Charlotte NC 28217


CapSouth Partners (704) 658-7067 Huntersville NC 28078

HensonFoley (704) 875-1615 Huntersville NC 28078

Infinite Wealth Advisors (704) 360-4282 Mooreseville NC 28117

Davidson Lands Conservancy (704) 892-1910 Davidson NC 28036

Christian Burns, CFP, Edward Jones, Financial Advisor (704) 892-7408 Huntersville NC 28078

LANDSCAPE AND IRRIGATION GrowinGreen 704-833-8778 Davidson NC 28036

LANDSCAPING AND SUPPLIES, LAWN CARE, TREE SERVICE Heartwood Tree Service (704) 525-3066 Charlotte NC 28224 King Green Lawn Service (704) 532-6262 Charlotte NC 28269 Spring-Green Lawn and Tree Care (704) 992-2802 Huntersville NC 28070 Pike Nurseries, Lake Norman (704) 800-4110 Cornelius NC 28031 Super Sod - Mooresville NC (980) 444-2452 Mooresville NC 28117 CBC Stone & Recycling, LLC 704.660.5111 Mooresville NC 28115

LEGAL SERVICES MEDIATION Parker Mediations 704-255-5031 Cornelius NC 28031

LOCKSMITH Anchor Security & Locksmith (704) 902-8135 Cornelius NC 28031

MANUFACTURING Keller Technology Corporation (704) 659-7112 Huntersville NC 28078 IOMAX USA, Inc. (704) 662-1840 Mooresville NC 28117 Leonhardt Pipe & Supply, Inc. (704) 992-2965 Huntersville NC 28078 GreenWorks Tools (704) 660-2829 Mooresville NC 28115

MARKETING Vintage Marketing (704) 895-5333 Cornelius NC 28031 MS Digital Solutions, LLC (704) 997-9465 Mooresville NC 28117 Small Mouth Marketing 704.502.1514 Cornelius NC 28031 Welcome Wagon (704) 620-4845 Lake Norman NC 28031 Marketing Simplified (704) 389-0722 www.marketingsimplifiedpodcast. com Hunterville NC 28078 The Gratitude Specialist 912-572-2326 Troutman NC 28166 Arklight Marketing 704-318-3003 Huntersville NC 28078 The Welcome Committee 704-660-1155 Mooresville NC 28117 The House of Compassionate Gratitude 802-353-5495 Davidson NC 28036

MARTIAL ARTS Skillz Martial Arts (336) 466-2342 Cornelius NC 28031 Lake Norman Muay Thai 704-657-1080 Mooresville NC 28117 153 Tae Kwon Do, Lake Norman 704 997 5790 Cornelius NC 28031


Sunnex, Inc. (800) 445-7869 Charlotte NC 28227

The Edmund Center of Neuromusclar & Massage Therapy (704) 896-3656 Cornelius NC 28031

Mitutoyo America Corporation 561-379-9099 Huntersville NC 28078

Massage Heights, Jetton Village (704) 827-5000 Cornelius NC 28031

SouthWire Company 704-379-9726 Carrolton GA 30119

Solely Massage & Yoga 704-508-9770 Cornelius NC 28031


Tranquility Massage and Wellness 704 340-5594 Cornelius NC 28031

Lake Norman Permits (704) 929-3044 Denver NC 28037

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River Run Country Club (704) 892-4633 Davidson NC 28036 Magnolia Woods Events (704) 274-9303 Huntersville NC 28078 Camp Dogwood Meeting & Retreat Center NC Lions Club 828-478-2135 x229 Sherrills Ford NC 28673 Flywheel Coworking 704-894-3008 rooms-davidson/ Davidson NC 28036

MERCHANT SERVICES iQmetrix (704) 987-9903 X2840 Davidson NC 28036 Schooley Mitchell- Dontavious Thomas 704-200-9844 X 101 dthomas Huntersville NC 28078 ABT Payments, LLC 704-754-7804 Mooresville NC 28117


Blythe Landing Self Storage (704) 885-1905 Huntersville NC 28078

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT Town of Cornelius (704) 892-6031 Cornelius NC 28031 Town of Davidson (704) 892-7591 Davidson NC 28036 Town of Huntersville 704-875-6541 Huntersville NC 28070 Mecklenburg County Government (Pat Cotham) (704) 506-3056 aspx Charlotte NC 28202

NASCAR, RACE TEAMS Champion Tire & Wheel Inc. (704) 892-2500 Cornelius NC 28031 Rusty Wallace Racing llc (704) 799-4507 Mooresville NC 28117


ORTHODONTISTS Hill Orthodontics, PA (704) 896-8452 Cornelius NC 28031 Lineberger Orthodontics (704) 892-3300 Huntersville NC 28078

PAINTING CertaPro Painters of North Charlotte (704) 489-0957 Denver NC 28037 Top House Painting (704) 452-5030 Cornelius NC 28031

PAYROLL SERVICES Charlotte Payroll 704.609.1256 Cornelius NC 28031 Thomas Hansen Tax & Accounting (704) 609-9518 Cornelius NC 28031 Payroll Pro Solutions, LLC 704-812-1340 Mooresville NC 28117

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage (704) 433-9908 Davidson NC 28036


Element Funding, Davidson 704.728.0191 Davidson NC 28036

Brewer Co., Inc. (704) 875-8424 Huntersville NC 28078

Ehrlich Pest Control (704) 489-2847 Denver NC 28037

North Park Financials 203-494-0906 Sherrills Ford NC 28673

Office Depot - Huntersville Store #2718 (704) 892-1665 Huntersville NC 28078

Arrow Exterminators - Lake Norman 704-664-2832 Mooresville NC 28117

Carolina Office Solutions (704) 337-8900 Cornleius NC 28031


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Deborah Young Portrait Studio & Gallery (704) 896-3422 Cornelius, NC 28031 NC 28031 Ocaid Photography (425) 947-4546 Huntersville NC 28078 Sonja Revells Photography 850-960-2224 www.sonjarevellsphotography. com Denver NC 28037 Moments by Heather Edmunds 704-807-5017 Lake Norman NC

My Booth Rentals 704-564-6872 Lake Norman - we come to you

Total Nutrition Technology 704-780-8958 Cornleius NC 28031




Silverton Mortgage (704) 626-2444 Huntersville NC 28078

Simply Organized, Mooresville 704-682-9368 www.simplyorganizedmooresville. com Mooresville NC 28117

WAG Products, LLC (877) 924-2272 Denver NC 28037

Ron Carter Photography 704-885-4501 Huntersville NC 28078


Transition Tamers (704) 237-4262 Huntersville NC 28078

Huntersville Health & Rehabillitation (704) 912-2222 Huntersville NC 28078

Cool Beans Therapy Clubhouse 704-237-4105 Cornelius NC 28031


Guaranteed Rate 704-622-9878 Mooresville NC 28117

Pet People, Cornelius 704-896-5808 Cornelius NC 28031

TruErityDigital 704-641-7867 Huntersville NC 28078

Business Sorority (704) 650-5439 Cornelius NC 28031

Summit Funding 707-953-5850 Cornelius NC 28031

Riva Aesthetic Dermatology (704) 896-8837 Cornelius NC 28031


The Mold Hunter Inc. (704) 785-0038 Denver NC 28037

Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group 704-526-9058 Charlotte NC 28277

Denver Canine Club (704) 966-1795 Denver NC 28037

Holly Receptionists 704-769-9640 Mt. Holly NC 28120

Personal Brand Images by Mojo Studios 704-659-0299 Davidson NC 28036

South Lake Women’s Healthcare (704) 896-9912 Cornelius NC 28031 Dermatology Group of the Carolinas 704-784-5901 X3072 Huntersville NC 28078

PLUMBING CONTRACTING AND SERVICE North Mecklenburg Plumbing Co., Inc. (704) 875-1656 Huntersville NC 28078

POOL MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT Swim Club Management Group, Inc. (704) 766-2726 Huntersville NC 28078

POWER WASHING SERVICE Eagle One Soft Wash (704) 507-5921 Denver NC 28037 Finish Line Wash Pros 704-794-8259 Serving theEntire Lake Norman & Charlotte Region



Lake Norman Media Group (704) 766-2100 www.lakenormanpublications. com Huntersville NC 28078

Benchmark Physical Therapy 704.987.4322 Huntersville NC 28078

Cornelius Today (704) 895-1335 Cornelius NC 28031

Benchmark Physical Therapy 980.444.0906 Mooresville NC 28117

Business Today (704) 895-1335 Cornelius NC 28031

Mosquito Hunters of Charlotte (704) 981-9000 Huntersville NC 28078



Lake Norman Community Health Clinic (704) 947-6858 Huntersville NC 28078

The Mooresville Tribune 704-664-5554 Statesville NC 28677


Camp Wagging Tails (704) 895-8444 Cornelius NC 28031 Pampered Pets Inn (704) 663-3733 Mooresville NC 28117 Pet Paradise of Lake Norman 704.875.8668 Lake Norman / Charlotte NC 28078

Ensemble Health Partners (704) 765-3715 Huntersville NC 28078

PHYSICIANS Piedmont Plastic Surgery & Dermatology (704) 892-4878 Cornelius NC 28031

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PRINTING MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Carolina Office Systems (704) 914-5617 Huntersville NC 28078

PRINTING, GRAPHIC DESIGN, ENGRAVING Awards Express (704) 394-3350 Charlotte NC 28214

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Allegra South End (704) 376-0938 locations/charlotte-south-end-nc/ Charlotte NC 28203 Lake Norman Graphics (704) 987-0111 Huntersville NC 28078 Heritage Printing and Graphics, Inc. (704) 551-0700 www.heritageprintingcharlotte. com Charlotte NC 28208 PostNet at Davidson (704) 892-5656 Davidson NC 28036 Red 5 Printing (704) 996-3848 Charlotte NC 28216 PostNet, Cornelius (704) 895-4300 Cornelius NC 28031 Kurz Transfer Products (704) 927-3806 Charlotte NC 28206 The UPS Store 6627 Huntersville (704) 727-5357 huntersville/14311-reese-blvd Huntersville NC 28078

PRINTING, SIGNS, MARKETING SERVICES South City Print (704) 529-0555 Charlotte NC 28217 Alphagraphics - Lake Norman (704) 896-9622 Cornelius NC 28031

PUB AND BARBER SHOP The Kilted Buffalo - Birkdale (704) 892-7571 Huntersville NC 28078

PUBLICATIONS Lake Norman CURRENTS (704) 749-8788 Huntersville NC 28078

NextHome Choice Realty (704) 996-6538 Cornelius NC 28031


Yates Realty 704.232.7238 Cornelius NC 28031

G Brokerage Commercial Real Estate (704) 837-0202 Cornelius NC 28031 BCB Investments 704.977.8255 Cornelius NC 28031

REAL ESTATE, COMMERCIAL The Lake Norman Company (The North Harbor Club) (704) 892-4619 Davidson NC 28036 The Knox Group, Inc. (704) 896-1911 Huntersville NC 28078 Rose & Associates SE, Inc. Development & Real Estate Advisory (704) 896-0094 Davidson NC 28036 DDR, Corp./Birkdale Village (704) 895-8744 Huntersville NC 28078 The Tovar Group Commercial Real Estate (704) 905-6964 Cornelius NC 28031 CRE Commercial, Dawn Durning 786-389-8282 Cornelius NC 28031 Dula Real Estate 704-895-1011 Davidson NC 28036 C. Crawford and Associates, Inc. 917-445-5137 Huntersville NC 28078 Cornelius Retail, LLC 704-905-6555 Charlotte NC 28204


Mooresville Lakeside Living, Cornelius Lakeside Living Magazines (614) 302-5154 Lake Norman NC 28031

Lake Norman Realty Inc. (704) 892-9673 Cornelius NC 28031

Relocation Guide 843-327-3319 Raleigh NC 27612

Newport Properties (704) 663-7779 Mooresville NC 28117

Huntersville Living Magazine 914-299-3951 Huntersville NC 28031

LKN, Inc. (704) 323-9222 Cornelius NC 28031

RADIO STATION WSIC Radio, 1400 AM & 105.7 FM (704) 872-6345 Statesville NC 28677


WFAE Radio, 90.7 FM 704-549-9323 Charlotte NC 28262

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LKN Partners, Weichert Realtors (704) 663-4422 Mooresville NC 28117

Sean Herndon, Keller Williams Realty (704) 437-6463 Cornelius NC 28031 Carolinas Realty 704-608-9288 Gastonia NC 28054 Keller Williams - Angels Home Solutions (980) 785-3771 Charlotte NC 28269 Southern Homes Realty - Randy Cameron 704-232-5536 Cornelius NC 28031

REAL ESTATE, DEVELOPERS, HOMES AND RETAIL Glenwood Development Co., LLC (704) 897-1400 Huntersville NC 28078

Neighborhood Property Management, LLC 559-977-0017 Huntersville NC 28070

Ranson Real Estate, Inc. (704) 965-2270 site/ Cornelius NC 28031

Keyrenter Huntersville Property Management 704-461-3000 Charlotte NC 28262

GW Estates & Homes, Inc. (704) 807-2355 Denver NC 28037

REAL ESTATE, RESIDENTIAL Allen Tate Realtors - Stephanie Gossett (704) 896-8283 Cornelius NC 28031 Lake Realty (704) 892-6350 Cornelius NC 28031 Keller Williams Realty Mooresville (704) 799-3700 Mooresville NC 28117 Allen Tate - Angela Standish (704) 896-8283 Cornelius NC 28031 Helen Adams Realty (704) 439-3300 Cornelius NC 28031

Meritage Homes of the Carolinas, Inc. (704) 944-8961 nc/charlotte Charlotte NC 28277

Dave Edwards, Keller Williams Realty (704) 907-7989 Huntersville NC 28078

Arthur Rutenburg Homes (704) 960-0667 Cornelius NC 28031

Park Avenue Properties, LLC (704) 334-2626 Cornelius NC 28031

Trilogy Lake Norman by Shea Homes (800) 685-6494 Denver NC 28037

Allen Tate Company - Hilary Broadway (704) 235-2400 Mooresville NC 28117

Meeting Street Homes & Communities (704) 714-3070 Cornelius NC 28031

Lake Realty, Marsha Marold ABR GRI, Broker/Realtor (704) 881-4891 Cornelius NC 28031

Focus Office Suites 704-912-2092 Huntersville NC 28078

Venture Properties III, LLC (336) 667-8000 X 111 N. Wilkesboro NC 28659


Allen Tate - Tracey Stehle (704) 949-1300 Huntersville NC 28078

CSI Property Management (704) 892-1660 Davidson NC 28036 Garrison-Pyle Management, Inc. (704) 896-7224 Davidson NC 28036 Washam Properties LKN, LLC (704) 662-2122 Cornelius NC 28031 itrip Vacations Charlotte 704.912.4199 Kannapolis NC 28083

Coldwell Banker, Residential Brokerage (704) 987-0123 Mooresville NC 28117 Premier Sotheby’s International Realty (704) 727-4170 Cornelius NC 28031 The Sarver Group (704) 626-7007 Cornelius NC 28031 Allen Tate Corporate Services (704) 365-6900 Lincolnton NC 28093 LePage Johnson Realty Group (704) 609-8077 Cornelius NC 28031 Hansley Realty 704-502-0241 Huntersville NC 28078 Chelsea McCloskey, Keller Williams 704-604-7078 Cornelius NC 28031

RECREATION Go Pro Motor Plex (704) 696-2926 Mooresville NC 28115 Everest Gymnastics (704) 948-1449 Cornelius NC 28031

RECRUITMENT FIRMS Corps Team 704-408-5170 Huntersville NC 28078 JumpHire, LLC 704-317-2093 Huntersville NC 28078


West Norman Real Estate (704) 483-6288 Denver NC 28037

Outback Steakhouse, Huntersville (704) 895-1888 Huntersville NC 28078

Team Nadine Keller Willliams Realty (704) 361-9183 Cornelius NC 28031

Brooklyn South Pizzeria & Italian Eatery (704) 896-2928 Cornelius NC 28031

Berkshire Hathaway - Carolinas Realty (704) 892-1424 Huntersville NC 28078

Longhorn Steakhouse, Inc. (704) 895-3488 Huntersville NC 28078

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Chick-fil-A Lake Norman (704) 892-0071 Huntersville NC 28078

Epic Chophouse 704-230-1720 Mooresville NC 28115

Jason’s Deli (704) 895-2505 Huntersville NC 28078

Lucky Dog Bark & Brew (704) 896-5550 Cornelius NC 28031

Carolina Juice Company 833-625-8423 Cornelius NC 28031

The Galway Hooker Irish Pub (704) 895-1782 Cornelius NC 28031

Port City Club 704-765-1565 Cornelius NC 28031

Brickhouse Tavern (704) 987-2022 Davidson NC 28036

El Toro (704) 997-2534 Cornelius NC 28031

The Lost Cajun Restaurant 980-689-2924 Huntersville NC 28078

Northlake Mall (704) 921-2005 Charlotte NC 28216

Matt’s Chicago 541-MY-MATTS Cornelius NC 28031

Block Bistro (704) 947-5109 www.BLOCKBistro@org Huntersville NC 28078

Andy’s Frozen Custard 417-881-3500 Cornelius NC 28031

Burners Cigar Co. (704) 892-5112 Huntersville NC 28078


Dressler’s Restaurant (704) 987-1779 Huntersville NC 28078

Tenders Fresh Foods (704) 895-6017 Cornelius NC 28031

Vitality Bowls - Cornelius 704-987-2202 Cornelius NC 28031

Fox and Hound Pub & Grille (704) 895-4504 Huntersville NC 28078

Pita Pit (980) 231-5535 Cornelius NC 28031

131 Main, LLC (704) 896-0131 Cornelius NC 28031

Boat Yard Lake Norman 704-895-1782 Cornelius NC 28031

HoneyBaked Ham Company & Cafe (704) 892-9592 Cornelius NC 28031

City Barbeque - Huntersville 704.728.8738 Huntersville NC 28078

Sangam Indian Cuisine (704) 655-9600 Cornelius NC 28031 Prosciutto’s Pizzeria & Pub (704) 439-4444 Cornelius NC 28031 The Hickory Tavern - Mooresville (704) 660-9793 Mooresville NC 28117 The Hickory Tavern Huntersville (704) 752-9600 Huntersville NC 28078 Alton’s Kitchen & Cocktails (704) 655-2727 Cornelius NC 28031 Choplin’s Restaurant (704) 892-4800 Cornelius NC 28031 Jack’s Corner Tap (704) 892-4433 Cornelius NC 28031

Jimmy Johns, Cornelius 704-896-2050 Cornelius NC 28031 Harveys in Cornelius 980-231-5936 Cornelius NC 28031 Bojangles’ Restaurant, Inc. (704) 892-2705 Cornelius NC 28031 The Harp and Crown Pub & Kitchen (704) 892-9641 Cornelius NC 28031 Chicken Salad Chick 980-223-0415 Charlotte NC 28216 Lotus Soul Cafe 814-431-8622 Cornelius NC 28031 Maola’s Pizzeria & Restaurant 704-896-1606 Cornelius NC 28031

Taste of Buffalo Pizzeria (704) 439-0546 Huntersville NC 28078

Provecho Mexican Kitchen & Cantina 704-997-2851 Mooresville NC 28117

Mama’s Pizza Express 704-892-3305 Cornelius NC 28031

Fresh Chef Kitchen 704-896-4999 Cornelius NC 28031


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RESTAURANTS , CATERING On the Border Restaurant & Catering (704) 612-2700 northlake-mall-charlotte-nc?listing=yext Charlotte NC 28216 Langtree Catering Cafe & Events (704) 438-9777 Mooresville NC 28117 Marco’s Pizza 704.765.1500 Cornelius NC 28031 DanielSan Asian Kitchen, Sushi & Bistro 704-997-9338 Cornelius NC 28031 LKN Weddings & Events Catering 704-526-9651 Cornelius NC 28031 Famous Toastery (704) 606-8105 Denver, Mooresville, Huntersville, Davidson NC Victory Lanes Events & Entertainment Center 704-664-2695 Mooresville NC 28117

RESTORATION, WATER AND FIRE Puroclean Fire and Water Damage Specialists 704.992.6046 Cornelius NC 28031 Service Team of Professionals STOP Restoration 704-769-3149 Huntersville NC 28031 ServPro Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration 828-302-5298 Lenoir NC 28645

Our Towns Habitat For Humanity/Thrift Store (704) 896-8957 Davidson NC 28036


Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (704) 758-1000 Mooresville NC 28115

RETIREMENT, INDEPENDENT, ASSISTED LIVING, NURSING HO The Pines at Davidson (704) 896-1100 Davidson NC 28036 Olde Knox Commons (704) 897-2700 Huntersville NC 28078 Williams Place, Gracious Retirement Living (704) 896-3278 Davidson NC 28036 Ranson Ridge Assisted Living & Memory Care (704) 897-2723 Huntersville NC 28078 Summit Place of Mooresville 704.799.2712 communities/nc/mooresville/ summit-place-of-mooresville Mooresville NC 28117 The Laurels/The Haven in Highland Creek 704-947-8050 www.highlandcreekseniorliving. com Charlotte NC 28269

ROOFING Eastern Roof Technologies 704-663-7521 Mooresville NC 28117 Zurix Group 704-680-3004 Mooresville NC 28117

SENIOR CARE Home Instead Senior Care 704.892.6888 Charlotte NC 28203 Home Careolina, Inc. (704) 892-0030 Cornelius NC 28031

Cadence Living, Huntersville 704-875-6100 Huntersville NC 28078

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McAlister’s Deli@Lake Norman (704) 896-3354 Cornelius NC 28031

Senior Helpers, Lake Norman (704) 450-2021 lake-norman Mooresville NC 28117

SIGNS, ELECTRONIC SIGNS Artisan Signs and Graphics (704) 655-9100 www.artisansignsandgraphics. com Cornelius NC 28031 Tier One Graphics 704-997-8230 Cornelius NC 28031 FASTSIGNS of Mooresville-Lake Norman 704-360-3805 Mooresville NC 28117

SKIN CARE, CLINICAL, COSMETICS Paint Nail Bar - Birkdale (704) 343-8400 Huntersville NC 28078 Glo-up Face and Body 704-237-0804 Mooresville NC 28117 Solar, home & commercial Power Home Solar, LLC 704-800-6239 Mooresville NC 28115

SPECIALTY PRODUCTS Madvapes - Retail (704) 624-8551 Mooresville NC 28115 Farm House (Spring Water Farms) (704) 875-0061 Huntersville NC 28078 Walls of Books, Cornelius (704) 255-5697 Cornelius NC 28031

STORAGE Hyde Park Storage Suites, Inc. (704) 895-3503 Cornelius NC 28031

SUPPLEMENTAL LEARNING CENTER Brain Balance of Cornelius 704-655-1334 Corneliuis NC 28031

TATTOO PIERCING BODY ART Dermal Designz Tattoo & Piercings 704.655.7508 Cornelius NC 28031


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PREPARATION In His Hands Tax Service 704-577-6503 Mooresville NC 28115

TELECOMMUNICATIONS TelWare Corp. 704-598-4700 Charlotte NC 28213

TELECOMMUNICATIONS, PHONE SYSTEMS Spectrum Cable (704) 941-3979 Huntersville NC 28078

TEXTILE SAERTEX USA, LLC (704) 464-5998 Huntersville NC 28078 Unipet, Inc. 704-651-5733 Huntersville NC 28078

TIRES, WHOLESALE American Tire Distributors (704) 992-2000 Huntersville NC 28078

TITLE INSURANCE Master Title Agency, LLC (704) 348-2866 Charlotte NC 28262

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Sandler Training (704) 895-6303 Cornelius NC 28031

TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS Kuehne and Nagel Inc. (704) 359-8660 Charlotte NC 28273


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DHL Global Forwarding 704-281-3069 Charlotte NC 28273

Continuum / TDS 704-351-5644 Mooresville NC 28115

Errands Airport Services (704) 357-1990 Charlotte NC 28219


Olympic Transportation (704) 450-3289 Huntersville NC 28078 Point Global Logistics (980) 621-3263 Concord NC 28025 GLC Logistics, LLC 704-516-8001 Cornelius NC 28031 LF Worldwide Transport, LLC 704-372-1078 Charlotte NC 28217

TRAVEL AGENCY Maestro Travel (704) 992-0432 Huntersville NC 28078 Mann Travels (704) 892-9020 Huntersville NC 28078 AAA of the Carolinas (704) 897-0580 X 15350 Huntersville NC 28078 Cruise Planners 704-909-7739 Charlotte NC 28269 Explore More Family Travel 704-900-3435 Cornelius NC 28031

TV, CABLE TV, SATELLITE, INTERNET KS Audio Video 704-896-3900 Cornelius NC 28031

EnergyUnited 800-522-3793 Statesville NC 28687 Duke Energy 980-373-2288 Huntersville NC 28078 ElectriCities of N.C., Inc. (704) 948-0550 Huntersville NC 28078 O2 Energies, Inc. (704) 490-9696 Cornelius NC 28031

VACUUM CLEANERS A-1 Vacuum Solutions LLC (704) 895-5454 Huntersville NC 28078

VETERINARIANS North Mecklenburg Animal Hospital (704) 892-0207 Cornelius NC 28031 Animal Hospital of Cornelius (704) 892-1585 www.animalhospitalofcornelius. com/ Cornelius NC 28031

VISITORS BUREAUS Visit Charlotte-Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority 704-331-2751 Charlotte NC 28202 Visit Lake Norman (704) 987-3300 Cornelius NC 28031

WAREHOUSE, RETAIL STORE Sam’s Club Mooresville (704) 360-6020 x114 Mooresville NC 28117 COSTCO Wholesale, Mooresville #1333 (980) 447-9757 Mooresville NC 28117

WATER PURIFICATION Zennergy, LLC 704-907-1421 Cornelius NC 28031

WEALTH MANAGEMENT Lexington Park Properties (Raymond James Financial) (704) 655-0379 www.lexingtonparkproperties. com Cornelius NC 28031 The Stoner Group - UBS Financial Services Inc. - Lake Norman Office (704) 765-3254 Huntersville NC 28078 TrustTree Financial (754) 703-6773 Huntersville NC 28078 Farrell Financial Freedom 704-890-3645 Huntersville NC 28078

WEBSITE DESIGN Halstead Design (704) 231-9504 Huntersville NC 28070 EHS Web Design (704) 763-5740 Cornelius NC 28031 BNR Branding Solutions (704) 584-9090 Huntersville NC 28078

WEBSITE, INTERNET SERVICES I.M.U. Social Media, LLC 704 439 0787 Davidson NC 28036 (215) 896-8855 Cornelius NC 28031

WHOLESALE LUMBER, PLYWOODS Dealer Imports, Inc. (704) 892-0210 Huntersville NC 28070

YOUTH SPORTS Lake Norman Little League (704) 771-9590 Huntersville NC 28078


Buck Business Partners, LLC 704-517-4257 Huntersville NC 28078

Thom Tillis, U.S. Senator, North Carolina (704) 334-2448 Charlotte NC 28203

Cornerstone Wealth Advisors 704-987-3410 Huntersville NC 28078

U.S Postal Service (704) 393-4680 Charlotte NC 28228

Weaver Wealth Management 704-940-0103 Mooresville NC 28117

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