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Ferguson named MHA Volunteer of Month


Whether he’s teaching an art class, taking a photograph, producing a video, or volunteering at Mint Hill Arts, Larry Ferguson does the job well.  That’s why he was recently named Mint Hill Arts Volunteer of the Month for August and why fellow members and volunteers have showered him with accolades.

“If you need a teacher for abstract art or photography, he is the man to call. Need ideas, talk to Larry,” says Sandra Smith. “He also has stories that are amazing!  MHA has benefitted from his ability to work with a shoestring budget on many occasions. His loyalty to the organization is unmatched. Larry has been an ambassador for MHA, bringing in many new members and encouraging his college and high school senior students to volunteer and participate in our programs.” […]

By |October 3rd, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, History|0 Comments

Hospital tells chamber timeline on track for 2014

“Step Into History, The Carl J. McEwen Historic Village,” a 12-minute video produced by the Mint Hill Historical Society, earned statewide recognition last month, winning a Paul Green Multimedia Award from the North Carolina Society of Historians.

It started with a need to take something to schools and other organizations, to show them what the Historical Society and the Historic Village had to offer.

With a matching grant of $2,500 from the Arts and Science Council, work was underway, with Historical Society co-founder Carol Timblin writing and producing, and member Larry Ferguson serving as director and videographer.


By |November 26th, 2012|Around Town, Arts, History|0 Comments