Righteous Keitt, a sophomore at Philip O. Berry Academy of Technology, is only 16 yet he has already started his own organization providing the homeless with more than 100 nonwoven drawstring bags this year filled with toiletries, food and clothing.
The Groovy Grovers in Matthews are happy to teach you how to square dance so you participate in club dances. They’re particulary looking for “younger bodies” to carry on the promenade and do-si-do tradition.
SouthPark Mall hosts Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Animal Care and Control adoption events the first Saturday of each month. Potential pet parents never know what new furry friend they will find. You can adopt some love this Saturday, March 4.
A lifelong double-leg amputee, high school senior Christopher Shallal uses his circumstances to explore the latest technological advances in prosthetics and to help others facing the same situation. He plans to major in biomedical engineering.
Saturday morning cadets (most aged 12-18 years old) from Charlotte's MER NC 111 Search and Rescue squadron placed wreaths at the graves of veterans in Pineville's Crown Memorial Park cemetery. It was part of the National Wreaths Across America event, a day when people across the country placed wreaths in cemeteries nationwide, including Arlington National Cemetery.