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Free movie screening at Blair Road United Methodist

movieSeason of Miracles, the latest movie from Elevating Entertainment, has an official release date of October 1, but Blair Road United Methodist Church will host an early release screening of the new family friendly movie on September 13 at 7:00 pm. This is the third feature film produced by Mint Hill native Dave Moody and his son Josh.

Season of Miracles tells the story of the Robins, an underdog Little League team in the deep south who turn their season around when newcomer and autistic baseball savant, Rafer (Grayson Russell, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Talladega Nights) joins their team.  Continue reading

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Free medical clinic to benefit from fundraiser lunch

Matthews free Clinic is located at 196 South Trade Street, Matthews, NC. They relo- cated to this larger space to meet the growing demand for healthcare for uninsured resi- dents of Mecklen- burg and Union Counties.

Matthews free Clinic is located at 196 South Trade Street, Matthews, NC. They relo- cated to this larger space to meet the growing demand for healthcare for uninsured resi- dents of Mecklen- burg and Union Counties.

Dunwells Custom Kitchen and Pour House will host a fundraising lunch on Wednesday, September 18 from 11 am to 3 pm at 7110 Brighton Park Drive in Mint Hill. The restaurant will donate 20 percent of all sales to the Matthews Free Medical Clinic, which serves uninsured patients from anywhere in Mecklenburg and Union Counties.

The clinic had very humble beginnings back in February 2004. Patients were seen one evening a week under the direction of

Lou Ann McAdams, MD, Medical Director, and Gail Dokes, RN, Executive Director. Operating costs for the clinic’s first year were donated by Matthews United Methodist Church along with individual donors. Continue reading

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Mint Hill represented at Matthews Alive

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Pottery 51 artisan Althea Meade- Hadjuk wraps up a sale for a customer Saturday. Right: The Independence High School marching band, under the direc- tion of Christopher Moreau, was a crowd pleaser.

Pottery 51 artisan Althea Meade- Hadjuk wraps up a sale for a customer Saturday. Right: The Independence High School marching band, under the direc- tion of Christopher Moreau, was a crowd pleaser.

The crowds were out at Matthews Alive, the annual Labor Day weekend family arts and crafts festival in down- town Matthews that draws more than 200,000 attendees each year and con- tinues to grow. Independence High School, Blessed Assurance and the Matthews-Mint Hill Indian Guides marched in the parade. Local potter Althea Meade-Hadjuk was one of the featured artists in the Hendrick Arts and Crafts Pavilion, and artist Bar- bara Travell’s work was exhibited in the new McDowell Arts Center.

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Mint Hill Tractor Show

The 2013 tractor and hit and miss engine show will be held from 9 am to 3 pm Sep- tember 28 at the Carl J. McEwen Historic Village. There will be vintage tractors and farm equipment, cow pie Bingo, gold panning, food and music.

It’s not too late to register to bring your old tractor or hit or miss engine. There
is no entry fee. Call Dale at 704-506- 7773. For more information, contact www.minthillhistory .com or info@minthill history.com.

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Mint Hill Arts Crawl

It’s that time of year again. Time to enjoy a beautiful evening with the Arts Crawl  in Mint Hill. Not only can you visit the Mint Hill Arts opening on second Fridays, but now you will also be able to enjoy Pottery 51. Take a stroll down the street, appreciate the new sidewalks, stop for dinner at a local restaurant and come and see what Pottery 51 has to offer.

Potters have been busy all summer; some attending seminars, others attending work- shops, all improving their skills and bring- ing exciting new ideas into their work.

The Fall season featuring Brenda Roberts and Max McLeod.

A new patio is per- fect for spending an evening with friends and refreshments. Come join MH Arts for Arts Crawl, second Fridays beginning September 13.

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