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The plan for a sidewalk from Matthews Mint Hill Road to the Park on Wilgrove is closer to becoming a reality.Town Manager Brian Welch said this morning the town has now gained access to all the property along Wilgrove-Mint Hill Road needed for the sidewalk. The only thing holding up the sidewalk’s construction […]
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The United Nations has chosen the first Monday in October to be World Habitat Day – a day to stand up and let it be known that affordable, adequate housing should be a priority everywhere. For more information, read the Q and A in this week’s Mint Hill Times.
George and Helene Mueller hosted their annual Hawaiian Luau at their home in Mint Hill for neighbors, family and friends on Saturday, August 29. The Mueller’s hosted the event as a benefit to support “Workers in the Harvest”…a non-profit organization that provides food and essential supplies to needy families. […]
Rotarians are appealing to individuals, companies, foundations and other organizations to help provide funding for Flights of Honor for World War II veterans to see the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
“We had 120 veterans on the first flight in April. We have 120 veterans booked for the Sept. 19 flight and already have more than 60 veterans on a waiting list for the next flight,” said David McKnight of the Mooresville-Lake Norman Rotary Club and co-chairman of the Rotary District 7680 Flight of Honor Committee. “These men and women are in their 80’s and 90’s, so we have only a small window of opportunity to provide these flights. Since our April flight, three of those veterans have died.” […]
September is Library Card Sign-up Month, and the Mint Hill branch of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library wants to make sure that all children in Mint Hill have the smartest card of all – a library card.
Studies show that children who are read to in the home and who use the library perform better in school and are more likely to continue to use the library as a source of lifetime learning.
Mint Hill Branch Manager David Sniffin said the library is a great place for kids and adults.
“There are a wealth of activities and resources for kids and their families, and we encourage them to visit us for the first time, or get reacquainted with your library and see the changes and how the library has grown. There’s a lot happening at the Mint Hill Branch, and the best part for both kids and parents is that it’s all free with a library card!” […]
The summer may be winding down but the excitement at Mint Hill Arts is not. The September exhibit will feature works of art using a monochromatic palette. Monochromism is a painting, drawing, or other work of art utilizing a single color or various shades of the same color.
The exhibit opens with a gallery […]