Walmart is building a new Neighborhood Market at the corner of East W.T. Harris Boulevard and Albermarle Road. They have began the hiring process for 95 available positions at this location. Those interested in applying for available positions can initiate an application at the careers.walmart.com page and designate store #4148.
|Walmart Neighborhood Market, Charlotte NC
Neighborhoods and neighborhood leaders collaborate with City staff to accomplish great things throughout our community. While volunteering can be a thankless job at times, the 2014 Neighborhood Leadership Awards provides you with the opportunity to show your appreciation for the work that neighborhoods do to make our city a great place to live, work and play.
Several City departments have crafted special awards
to celebrate accomplishments and inspire additional efforts. The 2014 Neighborhood Leadership Awards categories, and the names of the City departments that will sponsor each award category, are below.
· Community Safety Ambassador
(Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department)
· Moving Forward
(Charlotte Department of Transportation)
· Good Neighbors
(Neighborhood & Business Services’ Code Enforcement division)
· Sustainability Pioneer
(Neighborhood & Business Services’ Community Engagement division)
It’s here – we all knew it was eventually coming — BACK TO SCHOOL 2014! It’s true, we must all begin the work @ wrapping our thoughts around the end of summer, school days and cooler weather. The Charlotte Public Libraries at Hickory Grove and Sugar Creek will be host their annual Back To School Festival August 16th. The festivities will kick off at 10a but to participate you must register – which begins at 9A.
The entertaining and educational activiities will surely bring smiles and laughter to kids of all ages!! Registered attendees will also recieve FREE school supplies.
For more information please contact :
Hickory Grove Public Library
5935 Hickory Grove Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28215
Sugar Creek Public Library
4045 N. Tryon St. suite A
Charlotte, NC 28273
This local event was shared with us by local junior #EastCLT reporter J. Cin. Many thanks for helping get the word out to the East Charlotte Community.
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Just a a little video to show you what East Charlotte Tweets are!! Hope you enjoy it as much as we loved making it. Our goal is to increase the bonds within the East Charlotte community. Let us know how you think we can encourage this more.
The East Charlotte Ninja was out and about recently and noted these very nice street signs added to the tops of the Harris Blvd street signs in the Grove neighborhood. We think they are great!! Wouldn’t it be nice if all the different areas could be “tagged” this way? It truly adds a nice touch!!
If you have a nice addition to your East Charlotte neighborhood that you would like East Charlotte Tweets to share please drop us a line at eastclttweets(at)gmail.com. We would love to share all that is positive in the East!
The East Charlotte Ninja was out and about this past Labor Day Weekend. I got to see some great displays of beauty created by East Charlotte residents participating in the Yard Art Day 2013. Yard Art Day is an annual grassroots community event created by Deborah T. to encourage local residents to express themselves creatively. The Yard Art Day project supports all creative spirits within our metro area and provides us with a tremendous opportunity to share our unique view of ART! This type of sharing truly inspires a sense of community and connectedness.
Many thanks to the Eastside residents who took time to develop these great displays and brighten up our community. I encourage all the residents of the Eastside to consider participating next year. To learn more about how you can join the beautiful fun please visit the website at YARDARTDAY.ORG
This past spring members of the Memorial United Methodist Church worked to hand craft 70 beautiful blankets for wounded warriors at Fort Bragg. These Blankets for Recovery are a wonderful example of positive community service that truly makes a difference.
If you would like to establish a Blankets for Recovery Project for soldiers please visit
Flags Across the Nation where you can find instructions about how to start such a project.
We would love to cover your East Charlotte Community Service Project here at East Charlotte
Tweets. Please send an email or send a tweet to have your project featured right here!!