1. 10004 Gladwick Court Huntersville NC 28078

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    24/7 Recorded Info 800-590-3954 Ext. 368 OR TEXT: 481074 TO 44133 Talk to Chris Anthony 704-400-2147 Location, location, location…. Prime cul-de-sac wooded & fenced lot. New in 2014 main level hardwood floors, granite kitchen counter tops, Interior paint, beautiful tiled master bathroom with walk in rain shower & multiple spray heads, roof, & upstairs carpeting. stainless steel appliances 1/15. 2-story great room, crown moldings, gas stove & 12x21 deck. Cambridge Grove is such a friendly neighborhood. This home is close to houses of worship, restaurants, schools, shopping, two lakes, highways, Uptown Charlotte & Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

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    • February 1, 2015 - Praying... For You! Part 4

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      It's often difficult to know how to pray when we or someone we love are sick. The book of James gives us guidance on the process, prayer, and principles we should follow when asking God for healing and understanding.

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      • Neighborhood Church Sunday Services - Rev Landon Horton - "Be Reconciled to Your Brother"

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        Sunday services at Neighborhood Church. Huntersville NC. Located at North Mecklenburg High School. Sunday February 1,2015.

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        • January 25, 2015 - Generous Living

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          Open your bibles to the book of Deuteronomy. We'll read through scripture to learn how we can live more generous lives in response to the gospel of Jesus Christ. May the Lord challenge you today to be more generous with your time and resources for the Kingdom of God.

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          • January 25, 2015 - Praying... For You! (Part 3)

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            What does it mean to "pray in the name of the Lord?" We can change our prayer life if we take a moment to slow down and recognize Jesus as our way to God. Join us for Part 3 of the "Praying... For You!" series.

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            • DWI Limited Driving Privileges

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              In North Carolina, if you are charged with DWI, in most cases, your driver's license will automatically be revoked for a 30-day period from the date of your arrest. If you are convicted of the DWI charge, your license will be revoked again from the date of your conviction. Many people, however, are able to obtain a Limited Driving Privilege (LDP), which allows them to drive during periods of revocation for during specified hours for purposes of work, school, substance abuse treatment, and household maintenance. The typical limited driving privilege will allow for driving between the hours of 6am to 8pm, Monday through Friday. If you need to drive during other times due to work, school, religious, or other reasons, a court may agree to accommodate your specific needs.

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              • Neighborhood Church Sunday Services - Rev Landon Horton - Put on The Lord Jesus Christ

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                Sunday Services from Neighborhood Church in Huntersville, NC. We meet each Sunday at North Mecklenburg High School on Highway 115 in Huntersville. Join us

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                • DWI Pre-Arrest Test in North Carolina

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                  The North Carolina pre-arrest test gives a person the opportunity to submit to a chemical analysis before any arrest or other charge is made for DWI. Under NC GS 20-16.2(i), once a person who is stopped or questioned by a law enforcement officer investigating whether the person committed a DWI, the person may request to have a chemical analysis of their breath. The law enforcement officer must transport the person to the place where the chemical analysis is to be administered, confirm the request in writing, and administer the pre-arrest test. The pre-arrest test is primarily useful for people who know they're not violating any implied-consent offenses and want to clear themselves before being arrested. Once transported to the place where the chemical analysis is to be administered, the person does not have to agree to take the chemical analysis. The officer may, however, charge you with any offense for which he has probable cause if you fail to comply fully with the test procedures. If you do take the pre-arrest test, the results will be admissible in evidence and used against you in any implied-consent offense that may arise. Pre-arrest tests are very rare. Usually, the only people who request such tests are attorneys or those who have previously been charged with DWI. The benefit for the driver is that they are able to clear any DWI suspicions so there won't be charges on your record, delay or confuse testing procedures, and/or minimize the ability to for the officer to develop probable cause. Given that pre-arrest test requests are rarely made, the chance that the police will violate your rights is much higher.

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                  • January 11, 2015 - Praying... For You! Part 1

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                    LNBC has a pray for you this year! Join us as Pastor Bobby delivers a message on four ways he prays your life will be blessed and lined up with the will of God.

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                    • Wills in North Carolina

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                      Do you need to make a will in Huntersville NC? In North Carolina, any person of sound mind, at least 18 years of age, may make a will. The will must be written, executed with testamentary intent, and signed in the presence of two witnesses who also sign.

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