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  18. I would like to ask could we get the Junior and Senior Legion Baseball schedule in the paper?? It is on the website or I can send it to you any way needed. We play at Independence and Butler with all local kids.


    Steve Baucom

  19. The Town of Mint Hill has proposed a plan to CMS for the new high school. CMS BOE members are currently looking at it and will vote on it June 9th. Check out the plan at

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  21. Did you run an article recently on the Matthews Help Center 30th Anniversary? If so, when was it published? Are there copies still available? Thank you.

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