|School names building after Davidson resident|
Cannon School plans to name its Upper School building after Davidson resident Matt Gossage. Trustees surprised Gossage with the news March 7 at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, where 360 friends of the school celebrated raising more than $7.1 million for its capital campaign.
|Estep's goal lifts Cannon over Cox Mill|
Both teams were playing hard in an evenly-matched game. Then, with about a minute left, Anna Estep lined up for a penalty kick. Big advantage, Cannon School. Estep, a prolific scorer who is headed to the Ivy League to play soccer, converted what was as close to an automatic goal as there is, and the Cougars won the nonconference match 2-1 at Cox Mill.
|Evening with the Beatles supports MusicalMinds|
More than 200 guests crowded the ballroom at River Run Country Club Friday night, Feb. 28, for "An Evening with the Beatles," listening to music in a variety of styles and bidding in an auction to raise money for the MuscialMinds youth music instruction program.
Cupola Story Online Submission
|All-Cabarrus News girls’ basketball|
Ellen Montgomery, Cannon School, Sr., guard – All-conference and MVP of the Cannon Classic. Averaged 13.2 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists as Cannon won school record of 18 games.
|Summer college prep courses|
Camp Cannon will offer workshops this summer to help high school students prepare for fall SAT and ACT exams and essay boot camps to help students prepare for college applications.
|Youth Rock Orchestra Camp|
A new music summer camp, Youth Rock Orchestra Music Camp, will be offered 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 28-Aug. 1 at Cannon School.
|Paws for a Cause|
Paws for a Cause is a pet adoption and art auction event that will be held on March 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the Davidson Green on Main Street (119 South Main Street Davidson, NC 28036). Ruff Life Animal Rescue and Catering to Cats and Dogs Rescue will bring animals in need of adoption.
|Adaptive Expertise Day|
During Cannon's fourth Adaptive Expertise Day, or AE Day, the School welcomed Mike Rucker, Ricky Craven and Scott Fowler to lend their expertise in the area of sports writing.