At the monthly Chamber of Commerce Luncheon September 27, Dr. Dianne Beck, director of leadership and staff development at CPCC Levine Campus, spoke about CPCC and what it offers the community, how the college was established from the old Central High School building in Charlotte, and how students can acquire a low cost, quality education […]
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Collins Cleaners in Mint Hill is doing their part.
For the month of October, Collins Cleaners is running a comforter special, offering half price to clean comforters and donating five dollars of each sale to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
The cost of the service is $15 and each comforter is cleaned with hypoallergenic soap, three wash and three rinse cycles, and a free storage bag is included with each purchase.
Vicki Moore is the man- ager of the Mint Hill Collins Cleaners and is trying to reach $500 in donations this month. With already 20 comforters cleaned and $100 donated, Moore is confident that she will meet her goal.
Commission meeting cancelled
There will not be a meeting of the Mint Hill Board of Commissioners October 11, due to lack of a quorum available for attendance. Items on the October 11 agenda will most likely be considered at the next regularly scheduled board meeting October 25.
Great Clips Salon is teaming up with local police, schools, […]
Daphne’s Simply Southern Bakery, which has been serving confections from their location in the McEwen shopping Center at 11211 Lawyers Road since 2008, will be starting a new tradition at 7609 Matthews-Mint Hill Road.
Equipment and supplies were moved to the new location and set up Monday and Tuesday, and Daphne’s was serving treats from their new home by Wednesday, October 10.
Since buying the building in April of this year, Daphne’s has been gearing up to move the operation to the new building, originally constructed as a bank.
Adding a wall here, removing a wall there, installing pink floors and turning a vault into a pantry, the building eventually began to look more like a bakery than a bank.