CMS Child Nutrition Services wants families to know that when students return to school in a few weeks, they’ll find healthy new choices in their school cafeterias that meet tough, new federal nutrition standards. Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, school lunches will meet age-appropriate calorie limits, larger servings of vegetables and fruits (students must […]
The Charlotte Symphony announced on Tuesday that music director Christopher Warren-Green is extending his contract through the 2015-2016 season. He was able to improve the public image of the Charlotte Symphony, both locally and internationally. Warren-Green works around the world, including conducting at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in April 2011. Music […]
The Mint Hill Times is looking for a freelance writer to cover local high school sports. Interested parties can email a resume to email@example.com.
Carolyn Mullis spoke to the Chamber of Commerce last Thursday about Victory Junction, a Nascar-themed camp for chronically ill children.
The Petty family founded victory Junction in Randleman, N.C after their son died in a racing accident. They donated 84 acres to build the camp.
Mullis described it as “one of the most amazing places in the […]
The Chamber of Commerce met at Jimmie’s last Thursday. Rich Ferretti welcomed everyone and made some announcements.
The Mint Hill Madness committee is looking for volunteers to help with arts and crafts at the festival. He introduced the board of directors and the new ambassadors.
“Your chamber is growing, and I just think that’s a wonderful thing,” […]
The first annual Kiwanis Club of Mint Hill Golf tournament is being held at Emerald Lake September 1.
The Kiwanis Club is asking for sponsorships. The platinum sponsor is Wilburn Auto Body, and the gold sponsor is Clear Creek Animal Hospital. The silver sponsor includes two players and is $750, and the bronze sponsor includes one […]