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Principal John LeGrand transitions from Bain to Butler

By Leah Schmalz

John LeGrand is in a unique position as he makes the transition from principal of Bain Elementary to principal of Butler High School. Some of the students who attended Bain Elementary during his first year in 2008 are now freshmen and sophomores at Butler. “Each class going forward for the next several years will have the kids that I worked with here at Bain also. There’s a familiarity factor there that’s going to make this transition much easier for me,” he said.


LeGrand has served as principal of Bain Elementary for six years. This year he was named Principal of the Year in the East Learning Community, a zone that includes schools like Independence, Butler and Bain.  […]

By |June 6th, 2014|Around Town, Breakiing News, Butler High School, Schools|5 Comments

Mint Hill Lions Club holds annual 5K, proceeds aid humanitarian projects

By Michele Dotson

The annual Mint Hill Lions Club 5K was held Saturday before the start of the Mint Hill Madness parade.
Long associated with Mint Hill Madness, the competitive run returned this year on a new schedule to coincide with the festival which had traditionally been held in the fall.
More than 250 runners participated. 
Mike Mitchell of Mint Hill placed first overall in the men’s division with a time of 16:31.
Jessica Alley from New Castle came in first overall in the women’s division with a time of 18:51.
Community support was visible with many area residents, teachers, local students, and public servants participating. […]

By |May 29th, 2014|Around Town, Featured Posts, Good deeds, Mint Hill Madness|0 Comments

Bain celebrates outstanding students

By Michele Dotson
Staff Writer
The third quarter Bain Bobcat students were celebrated at an awards ceremony on Thursday, April 10. Students are selected for this award because they display exemplary qualities both inside and outside of the

“The Bain Bobcat award is reserved for students who not only have excellent grades, but also possess leadership qualities, […]

By |April 15th, 2014|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Historic Bain Restoration supporters laid at cherry blossom wreath

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 […]

By |March 25th, 2014|Around Town, History|56 Comments