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About 40 minutes from Charlotte along U.S. Route 74, Monroe, North Carolina is a suburb and the seat of Union County. Long the home of the Catawba and Waxhaw Native Americans, the land which would become Union County and Monroe didn’t see European settlement until the middle of the 18th century. Because of disease and displacement, the native population in the area dwindled significantly in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. The county and the city of Monroe weren’t founded until the 1840’s when the North Carolina General Assembly organized the area and debated possible names. Democrats wanted the county to be named after former President Andrew Jackson who was born not far Monroe, but Whigs wanted it named for Virginia statesman Henry Clay. Surprisingly, at least in today’s political realities, the parties compromised and came up with Union County. Monroe, of course, is named after the fifth president of the United States. Early farmers in the Monroe area found the rich soil excellent for growing cotton and tobacco. In the years after the Civil War, the Charlotte region became one of the most prominent textile manufacturing regions in the nation. The establishment of the Central Carolina Railroad aided in the growth of Monroe’s appeal as a commercial hub shipping agricultural products throughout North Carolina and the south. Today, Monroe remains an active industrial and retail center in the Charlotte area. It receives an A+ grade from the real estate website Niche for its ethnic and economic diversity.
It’s certain a Monroe tutor will be able to keep you ahead of the academic curve so you can take time away from the books to experience the many things to do in Monroe and the greater Charlotte metropolitan region. Monroe maintains several community parks with a variety of recreational opportunities for residents. Belk-Tonawanda Park has picnic tables, walking track and playground. On the fourth of July, the park celebrates the nation’s independence with a free concert, delicious food and fireworks display. Other parks in the area include Dickerson Park and Creft Park.
Nearby Indian Trail also features outstanding parks including Crooked Creek Park less than a mile from the northern edge of Monroe. The park has a zip line, athletic fields, picnic tables and walking track. It features an 18-hole disc golf course. Future renovations to the park include the building of a splashpad for summer fun. A few miles northwest of Crooked Creek, Crossing Paths Park holds community festivals, concerts in the park and family movie nights.
For sports fans, Monroe benefits from its proximity to Charlotte. The National Football League’s Carolina Panthers are one of the most exciting teams in the league featuring quarterback Cam Newton, the league’s Most Valuable Player in 2015 when he led the team to the Super Bowl. The team plays in Bank of America Stadium. The city also has professional basketball, hockey, baseball, soccer and lacrosse teams. Charlotte Motor Speedway hosts important NASCAR races including the Coca Cola 600 and Bank of America 500. These races have been won by iconic drivers such as Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt and Jimmie Johnson.
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