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Here are today’s top stories in Mooresville:
- “A Classic Christmas” will take place in downtown Mooresville. According to corneliustoday.com, “The event will include visits from Santa Claus, carolers, ice skating, awesome shopping and dining, hot chocolate and treats, life-size snow globes, live musical performances , announcement of the gingerbread house contest winners, and more! The Christmas event is not to be missed! It will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. on December 9. Hope to see you there (corneliustoday.com)
- Businesses in the Mooresville area are looking for new employees, and we’ve rounded up some of the best local jobs posted over the past week. Whether you are looking for full-time, part-time or temporary employment, many employers in Mooresville and surrounding areas are hiring. Here are some of the latest job postings in the area, compiled by Patch and ZipRecruiter. Click on any job title for more details or to apply. (Mooresville patch)
- Veterans buried at Willow Valley Cemetery (200 Church St. S.) will be honored once again this holiday season. According to a recent Facebook post from the City of Mooresville, “Wreaths Across America has chosen to honor fallen veterans at the cemetery for the fifth year. Wreaths Across America is still looking for sponsors and volunteers for the ceremony. You can find additional information on the Wreaths Across America website.” (Town of Mooresville NC via Facebook)
- Like father, like son! According to NASCAR, “Hunter Waltrip’s Super Trucks Championship this season at Virginia’s Langley Speedway almost seemed destined to happen from the start. The championship, the first of his career, came 20 years after his father, Brian Waltrip, won a Mini-Trucks Series title at Langley – a NASCAR-sanctioned cobblestone oval in Hampton, Virginia. Brian started racing karts when Hunter was young and eventually moved on to trucks. In 2018, Hunter graduated from the NASCAR Technical Institute, located in Mooresville, North Carolina, and was helping his father’s former engine builder, Dean Case. Hunter went to a race and saw the same type of cars his dad used to race when he was younger. “I started talking to some pilots and one of them was like, ‘You’re Brian Waltrip’s son?'” Hunter said. “He said, ‘I have a spare car, I want to put you in it. And that was just huge for me. I didn’t think I would ever be able to drive, ever. It just wasn’t in the cards for me. “And I did it and I finished really well. I started all the way back and finished in the head turn. I knew straight away I wanted to do this. So I told him bought that car and I got two poles that season. The next season Hunter got his first win. That’s when he had the opportunity to buy a truck – just like his dad was racing – and to start working with Case to build the engine.” (NASCAR)
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Today in Mooreville:
- Mooresville Young Professionals Meeting (9:00 a.m.)
- NC Works at MPL (2:00 p.m.)
- Winter Music Concert – Mooresville Senior High School (7:00 p.m.)
From my notebook:
- Mooresville Police Department: “Thank you for helping to make Breakfast with Santa a big hit this year! We were so excited to see everyone! We had so many friends visiting Santa that we couldn’t post all the pictures, but we wanted to share some of all the joy and fun!” (Mooresville Police Department via Facebook)
- Mooresville Parks and Recreation: “Shout out! Thanks to Shane Pierce of Abstract Dissent for his amazing art installation at the new Mooresville Skate Park. He officially opened the Art Wall, a new feature that gives local artists a space for their creations.” (Mooresville Parks and Recreation via Facebook)
- City of Mooresville North Carolina: “It’s North Carolina Winter Weather Preparedness Week and whether we like it or not, colder temperatures are on the way. There are things you can do now to prevent pipes from freezing. inside and outside your home. When these pipes burst, they cause water damage and can be expensive to repair. Read this article to learn what you can do right now to prevent frozen pipes : https://www.mooresvillenc.gov/news_detail_T4_R68.php
*Note: The Mooresville Utilities Department has staff available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist with water or sewer emergencies. Call 704-664-4278 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours, call 704-664-3311.” (Town of Mooresville NC via Facebook)
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