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Mint Hill Lions Club shows appreciation

It was a night of appreciation and a time to say thank you at the Mint Hill Lions Club regular meeting last Tuesday. The club hon- ored Janelle Smith and Tonya Eudy, manager and co-manager of the Mint Hill BiLo for their tireless work.

The club also thanked Billy Kiser for his support of the club and with his donations and assistance at the annual car show held in the BiLo parking lot.

Alan McKenize, president of the Mint Hill Lions Club, presented

a $600 check donation to Sydney Eudy for the VIP fishing trip to the Outer Banks, where sight impaired individuals experience ocean fishing.

The funds will assist them for the next trip where prizes are given out for the largest catch and the most fish caught.

The Mint Hill Lions Club meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month, except dur- ing July and August.

All meetings begin at 7 pm and take place at Jimmies Restaurant on Matthews-Mint Hill Road.

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By |August 20th, 2014|Around Town, Good deeds, History|0 Comments

10th Annual afternoon in the park to be held

By Charles Kelleher Harris

In 2004 Mint Hill Commissioner Tina Ross wanted an opportunity for local artist to showcase their talents and skills, while interacting with locals. To that end she helped organized the very first Afternoon in the Park.

“The afternoon event adds to cultural landscape,” said Ross, “[It allows] area residents to see art and interact with artists in a wonderful, free outdoor setting.” […]

By |August 20th, 2014|Around Town|1 Comment

Back-To-School

Pick up a copy of our Back-To-School issue on stands now!

 

By |August 18th, 2014|Around Town|25 Comments

Butler High School to hold orientation for inaugural Academy of Health Sciences

By Leah Schmalz

 On Thursday, August 14, during freshman orientation, Butler High School will hold an open house for the inaugural year of its Academy of Health Science. “We are one of two Health Science Academies through National Academic Foundation in the state of North Carolina so we’re really excited,” said Ann Marie Ferguson, Assistant Principal […]

By |August 13th, 2014|Around Town, Butler High School|0 Comments