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Madness Beauty Pageant looking for applicants

The Mint Hill Madness Beauty Pageant is calling for applications.  The pageant will take place at Philadelphia Presbyterian Church September 22, a week before Mint Hill Madness.  Applications, found online at minthillchamberofcommerce.com, and the $50 entry fee are due September 1 and can be turned in at the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce, Todd Younker […]

By |July 27th, 2012|Mint Hill Madness|2 Comments

American Legion baseball teams held banquet

The Mint Hill American junior and senoir baseball teams met at the VFW Post 4059 on Bain School Road last Saturday for their end-of-year banquet.  All three teams made it to the playoffs this year.  The Army Seniors’ record was 19-20, the Army Juniors were 13-4, and the Marine Juniors were 12-7.

Of the 18 young […]

By |July 27th, 2012|Around Town, Sports|0 Comments

Fit You Studios

Two ladies in their early twenties recently opened a fitness studio off of Fairview Road, proving that entrepreneurship is alive among Mint Hill’s young adults.  Brittany Kjos and Meghan Reyes handle every level of operation for the studio, including instructing Zumba classes.

Fit You Studios opened March 3.  Kjos and Reyes acquired the studio space February […]

By |July 27th, 2012|Around Town|2 Comments

MH Arts celebrates America

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Mint Hill Arts hosted its monthly reception last Friday.  This month’s theme was America, and the exhibit runs through August 2.  Artwork included sculptures, woodwork, photographs, drawings, paintings, and textiles.  Landscapes, iconic images, and critiques came together in an expression of the complexities of the United States.

The organization recently voted for its executive officers: Tony […]

By |July 27th, 2012|Around Town, Arts|0 Comments

Kilah Davenport returns home

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Three year old Kilah Davenport retured home from the Levine Children’s Hospital Thursday to family and friends.

By |July 20th, 2012|Breakiing News, Good deeds|0 Comments

Democracy in action: the neighborhood Aqua meeting

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Aqua North Carolina customers met with politicians last Friday to voice their concerns about the private water company’s practices.  Sharon Decker, homeowner association president for Ashe Plantation, located on 218, hosted the meeting at the Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation clubhouse.

Residents of Mint Hill, Charlotte, Union County, and Huntersville were present.  John Aneralla and Jeff Tarte came to listen to their concerns and provide information. Katie Hicks from Clean Water for North Carolina also attended.  Decker said the president of Aqua wanted to attend the meeting, but the HOA board decided the focus of Friday’s meeting was talking with the politicians.  The president has been invited to the next meeting of the neighborhoods sometime in September. […]

By |July 19th, 2012|Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, Politics|0 Comments