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Help raise funds for Boy Scout Troop 65!

Boy Scout Troop 65 is currently selling tickets and soliciting donations in support of our Annual BBQ Fundraiser to be held on Saturday, October 17th, 2009, at Philadelphia Presbyterian Church. This event will be the only fundraiser scheduled for Troop 65 during the year, so the troop has set a goal of meeting all […]

By |October 5th, 2009|Good deeds|1 Comment

This week’s Mint Hill Times (and more photos from Mint Hill Madness 2009)

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The 2009 Mint Hill Madness was hampered by rain on Friday and Saturday, but that didn’t prevent the show from going on. Despite a cool, misty day, the parade on Matthews-Mint Hill Road was lined by parade goers from start to finish. At the festival, Saturday saw […]

By |October 2nd, 2009|Madness 2009|0 Comments

Butler student among 14 named National Achievement Program semifinalists

The National Achievement Scholarship program has named 14 CMS students as 2010 semifinalists. These students are among 1,600 black high school seniors across the country who will compete for Achievement Scholarship awards worth $2.6 million. The list of semifinalists and their high schools:
David W. Butler: Lindsey Barrett; Harding University: Justin Ezeji and Gregory Moore; Ardrey Kell: Xavier Layne and Vashti Robinson; Mallard Creek: Amber McCravy; Myers Park: Richard Nichols and Nicole Yearwood; Northwest School of the Arts: Kayla Carter; Providence: Jarrette Brathwaite, Wesley Brown, Lindsay Johnson and Mecan Williams, and South Mecklenburg: Sydney Steward. […]

By |October 1st, 2009|Schools|0 Comments

ASC grants town money for arts and cultural programs

Two organizations in Mint Hill, plus the Town of Mint Hill, learned last week they will receive grant money from the Arts and Science Council. Mint Hill Arts will receive $6,000 to provide art classes, The Scottish Society will receive $6,600 for the Highland Games and the Town will receive $4,583 for its annual slate […]

By |October 1st, 2009|Arts|0 Comments