truliant-ad-mint-hill-times

Categories

Learn how advertising in the Mint Hill Times can help your business grow. Call us today! 704-572-9159|ads@minthilltimes.com

Five inducted into Order of the Patriot at Independence High School

Five individuals were inducted into the Order of the Patriot at Independence High School on May 17. Students include: Jasmine Neely, Jimmy Nikitin and Ebony West. Staff who were inducted: Brigette Dingle and Kelly Lewis.
The Order of the Patriot is an honor organization that honors students who have excelled in leadership, service, and character. […]

By |May 17th, 2011|Independence High School|2 Comments

Korean Appreciation Day in Mint Hill draws more than 300

The organizers of the new North Carolina Korean War Veterans Memorial in Mint Hill held a Korean Appreciation Day at the Park on Fairview Sunday. More than 300 tuned out for the event which was an appreciation for the Korean communities in Charlotte and the South for helping to finance the new memorial. Don Putnam, […]

By |May 16th, 2011|Around Town, NC Korean War Memorial, Non-profit|2 Comments

Mint Hill and Charlotte: Extreme Makeover wants you!

Remember the house on Sudbury Road in 2008 that was completely remodeled by the crew on Extreme Makeover: Home? The King family had their average home turned into a dream home, and it was all filmed for TV.
Here’s amateur video of the project:

Now the producers of Extreme Makeover want to come back to the Charlotte area. They are looking for a family whose home deserves an Extreme Makeover, or a family who simply deserves a home.

Ty Pennington and his crew have been all across the map and now they want to drive that famous bus to North Carolina.
“We are looking for the deserving people and inspiring families that America can really root for,” says Supervising Casting Director Adam Drucker.
What does it take to be picked for an Extreme Makeover?

“We’re looking for those special people who have amazing strength of character and never give up,” Drucker said. “Whether it’s keeping their chin up in really tough circumstances or going out of their way to help others. We want to help people whose stories have really affected their community or made a big difference in other people’s lives. There are a lot of people who are heroes to those around them because of the way they inspire others and quietly serve their communities on a daily basis.” […]

By |May 14th, 2011|Around Town, Development, Good deeds|0 Comments

Highlights from last week’s Mint Hill Highland Games

Finally, the weather was good for the 7th Mint Hill Highland Games last weekend. Didn’t get a chance to go? Here’s some highlights of the event.

By |May 13th, 2011|Around Town, Arts|0 Comments

Tonight’s Mint Hill movie on the lawn: Toy Story 3

Last week’s Movie on the Lawn drew one of the largest crowds ever for the event. This week’s movie, Toy Story 3, should do the same. The movie begins at dusk (around 8:15 pm) and you are encouraged to bring a blanked or lawn chair.

By |May 13th, 2011|Around Town, Arts, Town Hall|3 Comments

Mint Hill family will have a “Minute to Win it” on national game show this weekend

A Mint Hill family will appear on the TV game show “Minute to Win It,” Sunday May 15 at 8 pm. The Canter family, mom, dad and three daughters, were flown to Los Angeles earlier this year to participate in the show. Confidentiality agreements won’t allow them to say how they did in the game […]

By |May 13th, 2011|Around Town|6 Comments