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Yummy! Chick-fil-A offers free milkshake for Father’s Day

All 43 Chick-fil-A restaurants in the greater Charlotte area are offering a free Chick-fil-A Hand-Spun Milkshake to fathers who visit the restaurants with their children on June 20.

Participating cities include Charlotte, Concord, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Shelby, Gastonia, Matthews, Lancaster, Monroe, Mooresville, Morganton, Huntersville, Salisbury, Statesville and Hickory.

By |June 16th, 2009|Good deeds|0 Comments

Health talk this weekend at MH Farmers’ Market

This Saturday, June 6, the Charlotte Medical Clinic—Mint Hill will offer the second in a series of Health Talks presented by the doctors at the clinic. Dr. Stephanie Simon presented the first workshop on osteoporosis and provided free bone density screenings. (See picture.)  On Saturday, Dr. Glen Powell will speak to visitors about menopause, at […]

By |June 1st, 2009|History|0 Comments

Allen Tate Realtors participate in Realtors Care Day

Allen Tate Realtors from the several offices joined with more than 700 realtor colleagues to participate in Realtors Care Day.

The inaugural event, an initiative of the Housing Opportunity Foundation (HOF) of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, was held April 24. Realtor teams worked at 33 homesites throughout Mecklenburg and Iredell counties, helping homeowners make necessary […]

By |May 19th, 2009|Good deeds, Real Estate|0 Comments

Mint Hill receives pedestrian/bicycle grant from state

Mint Hill was one of 12 municipalities in North Carolina awarded a bicycle and pedestrian planning grant from the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The state DOT awarded the grants at its May 7 meeting in Raleigh. Deputy Town Manager Lee Bailey said the grant will allow the town to develop pedestrian and bike paths.

“This is next step after the Comprehensive Transportation Plan,” Bailey said. “This gets down to a deeper level where we begin to determine where and when they will be built.”

The state estimated the town would need $45,000 based on population. The state covers 70 percent, which is $31,500, while the town matches the grant with 30 percent. […]

By |May 14th, 2009|Town Hall|1 Comment

Queens Grant Community Charter School hosts art show

Queens Grant held its first ever art show for grades K-11 last Friday night. In the picture above, Queens Grant High School art teacher Sabryah Alghrary stands surrounded by students (l-r) Augusta Newton, Matt Evangelisto, Zack Joyner and Anna Sawyer at the art show.  Behind them are pieces created by Queens Grant High School students. […]

By |May 12th, 2009|Arts, Schools|0 Comments

Girl Scouts donate cookie money to charitable organizations

Junior Girl Scout Troop #245, consisting of twenty 4th and 5th grade girls from Covenant Day School, has donated all profits from their annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale to The Animal Adoption League of Greater Carolinas and Alexander Youth Network. The troop presented a check in the amount of $200 to each organization during their weekly school Chapel service. […]

By |May 11th, 2009|Good deeds|0 Comments