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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Mint Hill Madness vendor applications ready Space available for arts and craft, businesses and nonprofits

By Michele Dotson

Mint Hill Madness is fast approaching and individuals, businesses, and nonprofits who would like to participate are invited to apply for booth space for the Memorial Day weekend outdoor festival.Mint Hill Madness Logo

This year’s festival will take place at Veterans Memorial Park on Hwy. 218.

Mint Hill Madness will run Friday, May 23 from 4-10 pm; Saturday, May 24 from 10 am-10 pm; and Sunday 12-5 pm.

Arts and craft vendor booths will close at dark due to limited lighting. Continue reading

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Latest sidewalk project nears completion

Mint Hill SidewalkThe latest section of the 2013 pedestrian project is nearing completion. Construction is wrapping up on Lawyers Road. The new section of walkway runs from The Hill Bar and Grill, and the length of five adjacent business and residential properties. This leg of the sidewalk will eventually run from the intersection of Hwy. 51 and Lawyers Road all the way to Patriot’s Hill Drive.

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‘ASC believes in Mint Hill’ – Chili event brings praises from Arts and Science Council

By Michele Dotson

Screen Shot 2014-03-04 at 6.06.33 PMThe annual chili cook off was held at Spotlight on the Arts on February 27 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.

Participants came equipped with crockpots full to the brim and accoutrements of every variety.

Oyster crackers, tomatoes, sour cream, breadsticks, shredded cheese. The possibilities were as endless as the flavors of chili and creative names.

Czec Chili, submitted by Gina Hall Luckie, promoted itself as The World’s Really, Really BEST Chili.

With names like Smokin’ Gatorchili, Death from Within, and New Kids on the Block Kickin’ Chili, folks who like it spicy were surely pleased. Continue reading

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Mint Hill Police dogs selected, begin training March 3

blitz Blitz is one of two police dogs selected and purchased by the Mint Hill Police to join forces with Officers Gilman and Owens. The officers will pick up their K-9 partners, and begin 5 weeks of intensive training beginning March 3.

Blitz is described as “Super social and loves to work. He is a physical specimen in agility and athleticism.”

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Queen’s Grant Community School will host an Open House

Queen’s Grant Community Charter School,6400 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd., will host an Open House this Thursday, Feb.27th. 2014 at 6pm to 7:30pm.

 Who: Queen’s Grant Community Charter School (K-8th. grades)
What: Open House/Tours/Prospective Parent Information Meeting
Why: To learn more about the school and receive a tour
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