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The Munzee Craze comes to Mint Hill

By  Andrew Stark

This May the Discover Mint Hill event will have an exploratory theme, as the town will unveil its newest attraction called Munzee, a phenomenon that is sweeping the nation and expanding exponentially across the world. And the Mint Hill unveiling is a big deal as Coach V, also known as Rob Vardeman, the founder of Munzee will be on hand to help introduce the game. […]

By |April 4th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|2 Comments

Group gathers to remember John Bain

A group gathered at the gravesite in Mint Hill on the anniversary of John Bain’s death on March 26, 1897.   From left to right are Carol Timblin, Seavy Bain, Marilyn Bain, Tina Ross-Duke, Tom Duke, June Hood, Marti Wyatt, and Lynnette

By |April 4th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|0 Comments

Mint Hill Arts’ Volunteer of the Month

Pat Elliott Named Mint Hill Arts’ Volunteer of the Month for March Pat Elliott has been named Volunteer of the Month for March. She was honored at the opening reception for the Cardinal Camera Photography Show that was held in March at the gallery. Mint Hill Arts offers the community two opportunities each month for artists to draw and paint from life: Life Drawing and Portrait Drawing. These sessions, which are free and open to the public, are an important part of the mission of Mint Hill Arts to serve the local arts community. […]

By |April 4th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History, Library|0 Comments

Independence High School hires new football coach

Q&A with Coach Justin Hardin
After Independence dropped a bombshell by announcing that second-year football coach Joe Evans would not return to the program in 2015, the Patriots took less than two weeks to find its new coach.
And they may have struck gold, hiring former Providence and Weddington coach Justin Hardin.
Hardin was a star quarterback at Kannapolis’ A.L. Brown where he played for his father, Bruce, a North Carolina Athletics Directors Hall of Fame coach who recently stepped down at Providence Day and is the orchestrater of 332 career wins.
Hardin went on to play quarterback at The Citadel, and had assistant coaching stops in high school and college before getting his first head coaching job at Weddington High in  2009. That season he inherited an 0-11 team but posted a 14-11 record the following two seasons. After a year as an assistant at Rock Hill South Pointe, Hardin returned to the coaching ranks at Providence, where he posted am 18-9 record in two seasons, including a 10-4 mark this year.
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By |March 25th, 2015|Around Town, Featured Posts, History, Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments