Residents and staff from Plantation Estates in Matthews and Park Pointe Village in Rock Hill, recently collected 19, 725 pounds of food to benefit Matthews Help Center, Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen and Hope House. ACTS Retirement-Life Communities is a not-for profit, faith-based organization that is committed to the mission of serving the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of seniors. […]
Tuesday, October 13, 2009 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Parent University Course “Managing Stress for Teens” is offered at Mint HillBaptist Church, 7835 Matthews-Mint Hill Road, Mint Hill. The result of this workshop will be identification of stressors in the lives of teens and their families, and development of strategies to diminish stress for the entire family. […]
Historic Charlotte, Inc will honor the Morning Star Lutheran Chapel on Idlewild Road for its historical preservation. The awards will be given at Historic Charlotte’s annual Blast for the Past starting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, October 15th at The Duke Mansion (celebrating its 95th year). Blast for the Past is open to the public. Tickets can be purchased online at www.HistoricCharlotte.
Four other Charlotte-area historical and preservation projects will be honored in addition to Morning Star.
Morning Star Lutheran Chapel was built in 1906 and has a long history in the Mint Hill Matthews community. […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]