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BI-LO offers way to help Mint Hill non-profits

From May 3 through June 12, members of the Mint Hill community can join BI-LO in supporting local non-profit.

Customers can make donations to BI-LO Charities’ fundraising efforts by adding $1 or more to their grocery bill. These donations stay in the Mint Hill community and help our neighbors who are in need.

Each local BI-LO location has identified a local charity to support with the funds raised. The BI-LO store located at 9108 Lawyers Road is raising funds for Mint Hill Lions Club.

“Our store teams are passionate about getting involved in the communities where they work and live. This commitment to our neighbors in need has always been part of BI-LO’s culture,” said BI-LO Charities Executive Director Carol Browning. […]

By |May 14th, 2010|Non-profit|0 Comments

Newt Gingrich and Congressman Pence to stump for Myrick

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and House Republican Conference Chairman, Congressman Mike Pence will each stump for Congresswoman Myrick at two consecutive events this weekend. The Myrick campaign has billed it as a “Conservative Double Header.”

Congressman Pence, who currently serves as the Chairman of the House Republican Conference, will headline a fundraising reception for Myrick’s re-election on Friday, May 14 from 6:00pm – 7:30 pm at The Westin Charlotte. […]

By |May 13th, 2010|Washington|0 Comments

Other Matthews news: Staff presents budget to the board

The Matthews Town Board of Commissioners received the proposed Fiscal Year 2010-2011 budget from Town Manager Hazen Blodgett during their meeting tonight. This budget focuses on maintaining current services for citizens during the continued economic recession.

The proposed budget for the Town would be $17,747,896. This is $210,421 less than the 2009-10 budget. There are no proposed tax or fee increases in the budget. The current tax rate will remain at .3325 cents per $100 valuation. “In this budget we have deferred and delayed important items including awarding employee merit raises, purchasing fewer police vehicles and other capital items, left open positions unfunded, and decreased staff training for the second year in a row. While we all recognize during these tough times this is the proper course of action, over time these cutbacks will impact our ability to provide government services,” said Matthews Town Manager Hazen Blodgett. […]

By |May 11th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

Town of Matthews recognized for excellence in communications

The Town of Matthews won first place for Branding and Logo Development and second place for the Town’s website in the second annual Excellence in Communications Awards.

Over the last year the Town of Matthews has worked extensively on a branding plan that included a communications plan, a logo and website redevelopment. This plan is part of the economic development initiative that is underway in Matthews.

“I am thrilled that award winning judges from around the U.S. recognize the hard work and thoroughness we have put into our branding project. We look forward to fully implementing our branding and economic development initiative over the next few years,” said Annette Privette Keller, Matthews Communications Director. […]

By |May 11th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments