Service Messages and People Needing Help

Good Neighbors’ Service

If anyone in the neighborhood has difficulty getting to the post office, grocery store, dry cleaners, etc., during inclement weather or due to an illness or disability, there is a group of your neighbors who stand ready to make that trip for you. Please call Dave Smith (704.987.1472) if you wish to be included on the website list.

An updated list is online if you're logged in to the members' area.

Looking for Local Information?

Davidson News at is a start-up community news website staffed by volunteers. It is updated daily with original news-gathering, citizen contributions, and links to other sites to help you stay informed. Contact David Boraks by e-mail at  to be placed on the contact list or to submit information about your organization. does have monthly Internet and business expenses. Please help continue to provide timely and informative news and information to Davidson residents. Many of our neighbors have made contributions. If you are interested, please visit

What Is Our Towns Habitat for Humanity?

Our Towns Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Our Towns Habitat relies on the generosity of its donors and the strength of volunteers to further its mission of eliminating poverty housing. Volunteers are always welcome. If you are interested, please call 704.896.8957. Our Town’s Habitat for Humanity is located at 20310 North Main Street, Cornelius (between Davidson & Cornelius). Call 704.896.8957 ext. 1107 if you need items picked up.

Non-Working Street Lights

Our neighbors, Dave and Shannon Stout (O. Henry Avenue) have volunteered to identify non-working street lights during their evening walks and to notify Duke Power. If you notice a non-working street light, you can contact Duke Power directly or just notify Dave and Shannon at 704.895.9117.

If you wish to report a non-working street light directly to Duke Energy, call 1.800.777.9898 or report the outage through the web address at The light should also be marked with colored tape or ribbon. This marking helps to eliminate duplicate calls and reports by other neighbors.

Speaking of Lights . . .

Saving energy and money can be as easy as changing a light bulb, especially when you can get FREE CFLs from Duke Energy. Start saving today and visit the website at Follow the instructions to qualify and receive free CFLs. As an alternate method, for the computer challenged, call 1.800.943.7585 and select “Option 1.” [A special Thank You goes to Judy McLean for submitting this simple tip. Her CFLs are in the mail – a value worth $15+ for a savings worth nearly $100 – and FREE.]

☺    Have Some Time to Help Others?   

Why not volunteer for Hospice Lake Norman? Volunteering means just that. When someone calls you for an assignment, you can accept or regret, depending on your schedule. Call Lorna Bishop at 704.892.4753 for more information.

Lost & Found Service

If you have lost a pet or misplaced something, I will be glad to mention it in the newsletter. If an item is found, let me know and I will make inquiry in the next newsletter issue.




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