VFW Post holds Barbecue

The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 4059 at 1131 Bain School Road, will hold its semi-annual barbeque April 5 from 11 am to 6 pm. An estimated 300-pound jar of pennies will be raffled off with drawing to be held at 6 pm.
VFW members are Veterans who have been in combat. Profits are used for all veterans in need and other nonprofit organizations. If you are a combat veteran and interested in becoming a member of the VFW, talk to a working member at the barbecue or attend one of the groups meetings. Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 12 noon at the Post.

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Historic Bain Restoration supporters laid at cherry blossom wreath

Pictured in the attached photo are (front row, l-r) Marty Wyatt, Amelia Ford, Jeanine Mayberry, Lynnette Pritchard; (back row, l-r) Jerry and Millie Mullis.

Pictured in the attached photo are (front row, l-r) Marty Wyatt, Amelia Ford, Jeanine Mayberry, Lynnette Pritchard; (back row, l-r) Jerry and Millie Mullis.

Yesterday a group of Historic Bain Restoration supporters laid at cherry blossom wreath at the grave of John Bain, founder of the Historic Bain Academy  The tradition of the wreath-laying was revived in 2013 and continued this year. For many years following John Bain’s death on March 25, 1897, the ladies of Philadelphia Church laid a wreath at his grave on the anniversary of his death.
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Biz Expo brings public, local businesses together

By Michele Dotson dotson.michele@minthilltimes.com

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Visitor Donna Baldivid talks with Complements Salon stylist Jane McLamb while filling out a raffle form.

The 2nd annual Biz Expo was held at Blair Road Methodist Church Family Life Center in Mint Hill on Thursday, March 13 from 4 to 7 pm. The event, sponsored by the Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce, was well attended with large crowds anxious to see what local businesses had to offer. Continue reading

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St. Luke’s Lenten fish fry continues

The annual Friday fish fry continues throughout the Lenten season, and funds are used to support Knights of Columbus Charities and outreach projects.

Food can be picked up as take-out, or eaten there at the church. Desserts are also available.

Plates are $7 and food is available from 4-7 PM each Friday.

Elise Schola received a $500 scholarship from the St. Luke chapter of the Knights of Columbus. Schola, a member of the church, is a nursing student at UNC Charlotte. She continues her membership in the church and helps out during the fish fry, volunteering her time to help serve food.

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