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This May the Discover Mint Hill event will have an exploratory theme, as the town will unveil its newest attraction called Munzee, a phenomenon that is sweeping the nation and expanding exponentially across the world. And the Mint Hill unveiling is a big deal as Coach V, also known as Rob Vardeman, the founder of Munzee will be on hand to help introduce the game. Comment?
The Matthews Athletic and Recreation Association was the topic of the evening at the Matthews Board of Commissioners meeting, which was held Monday, February 23. The board heard from four speakers, a pair of concerned citizens and three MARA coaches regarding two separate issues - a rezoning from a rural zone to a conditional R/I zoning distinction, and a separate cellphone tower extension which would raise an existing but non-working cell phone tower from 80 to 120 feet. Comment?
The local nonprofit Jamaica Hope Foundation will host a fundraising dinner Saturday, Feb. 21 at Big Guy's Pizza, 6914 Matthews-Mint Hill Road, in Mint Hill. The drop-in event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. and will include raffle prizes such as: $25 TCBY gift certificate; 60-minute massage from Bliss Massage Therapy in Matthews; beach-themed painting from The Tipsy Paintbrush in Matthews; Thirty-One and Tupperware products and more. Comment?
After an impressive per-ormance at the North Carolina Theater Conference's regional and state play festivals in November, Independence High School's cast and crew for The Dancers will take the play to the The cast and crew received the award for Distinguished Play at the previous two festivals, which is the highest honor. Several students received awards and scholarships as well. Comment?
Truliant Federal Credit Union held a ribbon cutting today to celebrate the opening of the credit union's newest full-service branch location in Mint Hill. The new 2,300-square-foot Mint Hill facility supports Truliant's membership growth in the Charlotte area and is located in the Mint Hill Pavilion Shopping Center on Brighton Park Drive. Comment?
Indian Trail-based food pantry Common Cupboard, a branch of local nonprofit Common Heart, began collecting turkeys and other groceries this week for its 7th annual Great Turkey Countdown . This year's goal is to deliver Thanksgiving dinner baskets to 700 local families on Saturday, November. Comment?
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