Mayor Ted Biggers and Commissioners Lloyd Austin, Mickey Ellington and Tina Ross were on hand today at the Subway in Mint Hill Village to celebrate the opening of the restaurant in downtown Mint Hill. From let to right: Austin, Ross, Ellington, Biggers, Chandresh Shah, Subway owner Hemant Thakor, Nash Patel, Prathmesh Shah and Sudmir Kapadia. […]
SPARK Publications won a 2009 Stevie Award for Best Business Turnaround of the Year in this year’s competition.
Founded in 1998, SPARK Publications is a graphic design firm, based in Matthews. Fabi Preslar, a Mint Hill resident, founded SPARK Publications 11 years ago as a home-based business and built it into a thriving marketing-design business. […]
On Thursday, October 15, more than 150 Belk employees came together at its Charlotte corporate headquarters to celebrate the first anniversary of the company’s Women’s Leadership Network. The event kicked off a corporate collection drive to benefit the programs of Birthday Blessings, a Mint Hill-based nonprofit that brings birthday joy and support to homeless children. Belk and its employees donated a total of $2,500 in financial and product donations.
John and Amy Cervantes, Birthday Blessings co-founders, were recognized at the event for their volunteer efforts on behalf of homeless children and families. John gave a brief presentation about the organization, and volunteers were on hand after the event to provide additional information and answer questions.
“We are truly overwhelmed by the generosity of Belk and its employees,” said Birthday Blessings volunteer executive director and co-founder, Amy Cervantes. […]
Both Philadelphia Presbyterian Church and Levine Senior Center hosted bazaars on Saturday. The church bazaar was the 39th for the women of Philadelphia Presbyterian Church according to Susan Griffin. In addition to the bazaar, there was a breakfast, chicken pot pie dinner, silent auction, and a yard sale on the front lawn of the church. The Levine Senior Center was taken over Saturday by the bazaar as cars overflowed the parking lot. They even had to have valet parking at one point. Books, quilts, crafts, raffles and baked goods were just some of the offerings during the day. Click the link below for photos of the Philadelphia Presbyterian Church bazaar. […]