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‘Big I’ Key Club visits Lawyers Glen

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Independence Key Club members visited Lawyers Glen Retirement Center Saturday to help the seniors decorate trees and wrap packages. The seniors treated the Key Club to pizza for their help. The Independence Key Club has more than 70 members and is sponsored by the Mint Hill Kiwanis Club. In the photo: Left to right: […]

By |December 8th, 2008|Independence High School, Non-profit|0 Comments

Marines pick up toys for tots

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Marines came out Saturday to Carolinas Real Estate Investment to pick up the collection for Toys for Tots. Many area organizations are collecting toys this holiday season for those less fortunate. One person donated three large boxes to the cause. In the photo: Santa,  Ann Cabaniss of CRI, Cpl Michael Bodenstein, Cpl Robert Flynn and […]

By |December 8th, 2008|Non-profit|0 Comments

Patriots stunned; Fall to Raiders 30-22

Independence’s magical run of eight consecutive seasons playing in the state championship game is over.  All streaks are made to be broken, but not like this.  The Patriots were dismantled by a Richmond option[singlepic=407,320,240,,right] attack and could not overcome their own mistakes and mental lapses as they were defeated 30-22 Friday.

A banner hanging on the Raiders sideline read “Go Big..”.  Like the banner read, Independence was missing from some of the game and was never able to take control.  Richmond never trailed and confused the Patriots all night before a packed house.

The Patriots went for an early fourth down play from the Raiders three yard line and were stuffed, coming away with no points. After a three and out for Richmond, a punt was fumbled by Kyle Gregg and Richmond started controlling the clock and the game. PHOTO ROGER HARDING rahpix.com […]

By |December 6th, 2008|Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Good turnout for Secret Angels

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Jean Bonner hosted more than 25 people Thursday night who donned masks to show support for the Secret Angles. Bonner is organizing people to do good deeds over the holidays and beyond. She is the owner of Angels Rest Day Spa on Matthews-Mint Hill Road.

By |December 5th, 2008|Non-profit|0 Comments