Congrats to Independence High School, which recently collected 96 pints of blood in a recent blood drive. The goal was 90 pints. Independence is the only CMS school with three blood drives a year. The next blood drive is December 4, and the goal is 108 pints. The public is invited to give. The […]
The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce held another of its successful after hours meetings last week. This time the event took place at Meridian DesignBuild. Pictured above are Meridian’s Megan and Joe Balich, Frank Turner, George Turner, Faye Todd and Tina Ross.
[singlepic=195,220,140,,right]The local Habitat and Wildlife Keepers chapter has a meeting at 7 pm tonight at the Matthews Community Center. Dr. David Grant will speak tonight about the interesting behaviors of spiders and how they hunt their prey. Grant is a biology professor emeritus at Davidson College, and he taught from 1968 to 2004.
HAWK’s next meeting […]
[singlepic=185,220,140,,right]The semi-annual Veterans of Foreign Wars and Volunteer Fire Department barbeque is only two days away. The event is 11 am to 7 pm Saturday at the VFW post on Bain School Road. Proceeds from the barbeque are divided between the organizations. Funds going to the VFD are used to support needy families, and the […]
Photos by Jim Young, taken at the Mint Hill Arts September 12. The MHA was celebrating one year in their gallery.
[singlepic=136,320,240,,center] (This story by Adam Houston appeared September 11 in The Mint Hill Times print edition. Click here for subscription information.)
The Mint Hill Library will host a tea party September 25 to honor branch manager Neily Trump, who retires three days later. But why a tea party?