By DAVID BORAKS
As neighbors, Davidson and Cornelius share a variety of community institutions. When one of those institutions is in trouble, residents on either side of the NC 115 railroad overpass pull together to help. That’s what happened in 2009, when Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center came within weeks of closing because of severe financial trouble.
The support didn’t end there – it’s now an annual need. On Friday morning, a crowd packed the Davidson College Presbyterian Church Congregation House on Concord Road to hear an update and deliver donations. The breakfast attracted the mayors Chuck Travis of Cornelius and John Woods of Davidson; town commissioners; clergy including a rabbi and church pastors; and other supporters. Read the full story