Congrats to Independence High School, which recently collected 96 pints of blood in a recent blood drive. The goal was 90 pints. Independence is the only CMS school with three blood drives a year. The next blood drive is December 4, and the goal is 108 pints. The public is invited to give. The […]
This week, the Mint Hill Times talked to Trendy Tots, a children’s consignment store at the Somerset Center in Mint Hill.
Bethany Shoaf (original co-owner and current employee) and current owne, Cassie Spiker, talk to the Times about the ins and outs of the world of children’s consignment. They also told us about hosting a Moms-N-Charge networking event October 23 from 6-8 pm at the store. About 20 crafty and enterprising moms will get together to sell their crafts, sell their services, and mingle with like minded moms.
Tickets are still available for the chamber music concert 4-6 pm Sunday at the home of Susan Griffith in Mint Hill. The concert is sponsored by Chamber Music at St. Peter’s. From the Web site:
These intimate private home concerts honor the origins of chamber music. Set in the private homes of generous individuals throughout […]
The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of this year’s Madness photo contest. They are: Best Madness: Neecie Herndon; Second best: Michael Cox; Honorable mention: Neecie Herndon. Best parade: Michael Cox; Second best: Michael Cox; Honorable mention: Scott Lang. Best Beauty Pageant: Jacob Michael. Best Kids only: Jacob Michael; Second best: Natalie Barnett.