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DECEMBER 11, 2014

  1. JOHN MILLER, PhD. OF 100 BLACK MEN OF GREATER LITTLE ROCK, INC. FOR THEIR ANNUAL CHRISTMAS GALA.  THIS YEAR'S EVENT WILL HONOR THE 3RD GRADUATION CLASS OF THE 100 ACADAEMY MENTORING PROGRAM, LOCAL COMMUNITY LEADERS, AND HIGHLIGHT THE SERVICE WORK OF THEIR CHAPTER.  THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18TH AT 7PM AT THE DOWNTOWN DOUBLETREE HOTEL IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR TICKET INFORMATION, EMAIL Littlerock100@gmail.com.
  2. KENNIE HICKS AND TAMMI EAST FOR THE OVER 40 REVUE.  THIS EVENT WILL FEATURE TALENTED MEN & WOMEN OVER 40-YEARS-OLD IN VARIOUS CAPACITIES...SINGERS, DANCERS, RAPPERS, POETS...ETC...THE OVER 40 REVUE WILL BE HELD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13TH AT 6PM IN THE PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE AUDITORIUM.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 501-551-0059.
  3. O. JEROME GREEN, PRESIDENT OF SHORTER COLLEGE.  SHORTER IS A TWO YEAR INSTITUTION THAT CONTINUES TO INCREASE ITS STUDENT POPULATION & MORE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12TH AT 7PM, THE SHORTER BULLDOGS WILL TAKE ON THE POWER 92 JAMMERS IN THE SHORTER GYMNASIUM, 604 NORTH LOCUST STREET IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK.  TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE DOOR. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SHORTER COLLEGE, CALL 501-374-6305 OR VISIT WWW.SHORTERCOLLEGE.EDU.  

 

DECEMBER 08, 2014 

LISTEN TO THE REBROADCAST:

      • THURS., DECEMBER 25TH AT 9AM ON KOKY
      • SAT., DECEMBER 27TH AT 6AM ON POWER 92.3)
  1.  BOBBY HOOKS FROM SECURITY WITH  PROVISIONS FOR THE HOLIDAY SAFETY SHOW.  SECURITY WITH PROVISIONS, 4215 ASHER AVE IN LITTLE ROCK, PROVIDES SERVICES THAT INCLUDE:
    •  SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS, ALARM SYSTEMS, MAG LOCKS, 2 WAY INTERCOM DOORBELL WITH VIDEO, SECURITY DOORS, INVISIBLE GORILLA DOOR GAURD, DOUBLE CYLINDER LOCKS, FLIP LOCKS, DOOR STOPS, WIDE ANGLE PEEP HOLE, DIGITAL STAT OF THE ART PEEP HOLE, BURGLARY BARS, AC CAGES, EMERGENCY BOARD UPS, SAFES...ETC... CONTACT SECURITY WITH PROVISIONS FOR MORE INFORMATIONS AT (501) 221-3500.
  2. SERGEANT BRIAN DEDRICK WITH THE NORTH LITTLE ROCK POLICE DEPARTMENT (NLRPD) FOR THE HOLIDAY SAFETY SHOW. FOR SAFETY TIPS CONTACT THE NLRPD AT 501-758-1234.
  3. CHIEF FIRE MARSHAL JOE GRAY AND CAPTIAN WARREN ROBINSON WITH THE LITTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT (LRFD) FOR THE HOLIDAY SAFETY SHOW. FOR SAFETY TIPS CONTACT THE LRFD AT 501-371-4485.

NOVEMBER 20, 2014

  1. PASTOR WILLIAM HOLLOWAY FOR THE THANKSGIVING DINNER AT THE LITTLE ROCK COMPASSION CENTER.  THE COMPASSION CENTER, INC., ESTABLISHED IN OCTOBER OF 1998, IS A CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO EXPRESSING THE LOVE OF GOD THROUGH THE MINISTRIES OF FEEDING THE HUNGRY, SHELTERING THE HOMELESS AND PREACHING THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST.  THE LITTLE ROCK COMPASSION CENTER'S MISSION IS FOCUSED ON A MINISTRY OF HOPE TO THE HOMELESS, TRANSIENT, DISPLACED AND DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE IN THE LITTLE ROCK AREA.  ON NOVEMBER 27, THANKSGIVING DAY, 3 THANKSGIVING MEALS WILL BE SERVED.  BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED AT 6A.M., LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 12 NOON AND SUPPER WILL BE SERVED AT 4:30P.M., AT 3618 W. ROOSEVELT ST.  THERE WILL ALSO BE A MORNING DEVOTIONAL AT 8:30A.M. THAT DAY FOR ANYONE INTERESTED.  IF YOU NEED A RIDE CALL (501) 296-9114.  THERE VANS WILL ALSO PICK UP UNDER THE BROADWAY BRIDGE AT 10A.M. AND 11A.M. 
  2. REV. HEZEKIAH STEWART FOR THE 36th ANNUAL THANKGIVING AT THE WATERSHED.  OFTEN CALLED THE WORLD'S FIRST SOCIAL HOSPITAL, WHICH INCLUDES AN ANNUAL THANKSGIVING MEAL.  THE WORK IS ALL DONE BY VOLUNTEERS AND IS A COMMUNITY EFFORT.  THE WATERSHED IN IN NEED OF TURKEYS, SIDE ITEMS, AND COOKS.  VOLUNTEERS AND DELIVERY DRIVERS ARE ALSO NEEDED TO HELP BOX UP AND DELIVER FOOD.  FOOD ITEMS CAN BE PREPARED OR A MONETARY DONATION CAN BE GIVEN.  THANKSGIVING DAY AT THE WATERSHED WILL BE FROM 8A.M.-4P.M.  VOLUNTEERS NEED TO BE THERE AT 8A.M.  COATS AND CLOTHING WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AND COLLECTED.  A GREAT NEED FOR THESE ITEMS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS HAVE BEEN REQUESTED FROM SEVERAL HOUSE FIRE VICTIMS.  THIS YEAR FREE HAIRCUTS WILL BE GIVEN TO THE ELDERLY, VETERANS AND THE HOMELESS ON THANKSGIVING DAY FROM 10A.M.-UNTIL.  FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO MAKE A COMMITMENT TO DONATED FOOD OR VOLUNTEER, CALL THE WATERSHED AT (501)378-0176.
  3. JEFF DYER, PROGRAM ADVISOR WITH THE ARKANSAS DEPT. OF EDUCATION FOR THE TEACHER RECRUITMENT JOB FAIR.  THIS EVENT WILL ALLOW ATTENDEES TO MEET WITH COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY REPRSENTATIVES AND LEARN ABOUT NON-TRADITIONAL LICENSURE PROGRAMS.  THOSE INTERESTED IN THE TEACHING FIELD CAN BEGIN THE BACKGROUND CHECK PROCESS, AS ADE WILL HAVE FINGERPRINTING MACHINES AVAILABLE ONSITE.  THOSE WHO SHOULD ATTEND ARE HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STUDENTS AS WELL AS THOSE WITH NON-EDUCATION DEGREES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING TEACHERS.  THIS EVENT IS FREE AND AN ARKANSAS WORKFORCE CENTER MOBILE UNIT WILL BE ONSITE TO ASSIST WITH JOB SEARCHES.  THE JOB FAIR WILL BE NOVEMBER 22, 9A.M.-12P.M., AT THE HOLIDAY INN-AIRPORT, 3201 BANKHEAD DRIVE, IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 682-5535 AND REGISTRATION CAN BE DONE AT WWW.ARKANSASED.ORG.
  4. AUTHOR, J. CLEVELAND PAYNE ON HIS LATEST BOOK, SO FORTY HAPPENED.  MR. PAYNE IS ALSO THE AUTHOR OF WELCOME TO YOUR MONDAY.  THIS YEAR, HE WROTE AND PUBLISHED TWO BOOKS, WITH A THIRD COMING SOON.  ONE BOOK WAS WRITTEN FOR THE PURPOSE OF CELEBRATING HIS FORTIETH BIRTHDAY.  SO FORTY HAPPENED CAN BE DESCRIBED AS, "A MEMOIR NO ONE ASKED FOR, GIVING ADVICE THAT NO ONE WANTS TO TAKE."   THIS BOOK FOR MR. PAYNE IS PROOF OF WHAT ONE CAN ACCOMPLISH IF THEY REALLY PUT THEIR MIND TO A TASK AND ARE WILLING TO MAKE NECESSARY SACRIFICES.  THE BOOK CONTAINS 15 CHAPTERS, THE FIRST 13 OFFERING A NARRATIVE AND A LIFE LESSON AT THE END, THE 14th BEING 40 LIFE LESSONS TO MAKE THE CHAPTER AND THE 15th BEING ODDS AND ENDS THAT DIDN'T MAKE THE MAIN SECTION OF THE BOOK, BUT DID MAKE THE BOOK 15 PAGES LONGER.  THE GREATEST LESSON LEARNED FROM SO FORTY HAPPENED, FOR MR. PAYNE, IS IN THE PROCESS OF WRITING AND STORYTELLING, WHICH HE HAS YET TO PERFECT, BUT HELPED HIM LEARN ENOUGH TO HELP SOME PEOPLE WHO'RE STUCK AT TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET THEIR STORY ORGANIZED AND DOWN ON PAPER.  J. CLEVELAND PAYNE BELIEVES THAT EVERYONE HAS A FEW STORIES THAT SHOULD BE TOLD, AND MORE PEOPLE THAN THEY THINK ARE CURIOUS TO KNOW HOW.  GO TO YOUCANWRITEBOOKS.INFO AND SIGN UP FOR LESSONS AND TIPS MR. PAYNE IS PROVIDING ONLINE, FREE OF CHARGE, THAT OUTLINE THE PROCESS OF WRITING AND PUBLISHING A BOOK.  SO FORTY HAPPENED IS AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT AMAZON.COM IN PAPERBACK AND FOR KINDLE eREADERS.  FIND MORE INFORMATION ON THE BOOK AT SOFORTYHAPPENED.COM AND FOR INTERVIEWS CALL (501) 249-9670 OR EMAIL JCLEVELANDPAYNE@GMAIL.COM.

NOVEMBER 13, 2014

  1. THE FIRST LADY OF COUNTRY SOUL, PETRELLA, ALONG WITH TIMOTHY TUCKER, CHAIRMAN OF MUSIC AT PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE, AND VICE PRESIDENT OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT AT PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE, C.J. DUVALL, JR.  FOR THE FUNDRAISER "A DUAL MUSICAL LEGACY CELEBRATION" PRESENTED BY PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE.  THIS FUNDRAISER FEATURES THE PHILANDER SMITH CHOIR JOINING COUNTRY, SOUL AND GOSPEL SINGER PETRELLA POLLEFEYT, A 1968 GRADUATE OF PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE WHO THEN SANG IN THE CHOIR.  SHE ANNUALLY DONATES TO THE COLLEGE AND IS ENCOURAGING OTHERS TO MAKE DONATIONS, WHICH ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.  PERFORMING ALSO WILL BE DR. RON HALL, LUCAS MURRAY, IVAN YARBROUGH, GARY MEGGS AND KENNY HALL.  THIS EVENT WILL BE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, AT 7PM AT FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 723 CENTER ST., IN LITTLE ROCK, WITH A RECEPTION HELD IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE CONCERT IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL.  ALL FUNDS RAISED WILL BENEIT THE PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE MUSIC DEPT/CHOIR.  TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT WWW.EVENTBRITE.COM OR AT PSC ALUMNI AFFAIRS OFFICE AND AT THE DOOR.  FOR MORE INFOMATION OR TO MAKE A DONATION, CALL 501-804-6495 OR  501-256-9847.
  2. THE REIGNING 2014 ARKANSAS PLUS-AMERICA QUEENS: MISS ARK. PLUS-AMERICA, MARY GAYDEN; MS. ARK. PLUS-AMERICA, SHEENA McDANIEL; MRS. ARK. PLUS-AMERICA, ASHLEY HOLMES-LINDLEY, AND PAGEANT DIRECTOR, KRYSTAL DeLANI.  COMMITTED TO THE PLUS SIZE WOMAN, THE PAGEANT BELIEVES THAT ALL WOMEN ARE BEUATIFUL, INSIDE AND OUT AND DESERVE A CHANCE TO PROMOTE THOSE CAUSES CLOSEST TO HER HEART WITH A TITLE WORTHY OF HER REPRESENTATION.  THE MISS PLUS AMERICA PAGEANT SYSTEM IS A 501(C)4 ORGANIZATION DEVOTED TO CELEBRATING THE ESSENCE OF THE FULL-FIGURED WOMAN BY PROVIDING TRADITIONAL BEAUTY PAGEANT COMPETITION FOR THOSE TEENS AND WOMEN AGES 13 AND UP, SIZES 14W AND UP.   DIVISION AND AGES ARE; MRS.PLUS AMERICA (20 AND UP), MS. PLUS AMERICA (30 AND UP), MISS PLUS AMERICA (18-29), AND TEEN AMBASSADOR (13-17) WITH THE HIGHEST SCORE OVERALL WINNING MISS PLUS AMERICA ELITE.  THE 2015 MISS PLUS AMERICA PAGEANT WILL BE JULY 27-AUGUST 1, AT  RAMADA PLAZA HOTEL CAPITOL PARK, 450 CAPITOL AVE., IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PAGEANT VISIT WWW.PLUSAMERICA.COM OR EMAIL THE DIRECTOR AT URBANELITESPRODUCTIONS@LIVE.COM.
  3. MIKE WILLIAMS AND JAMES O. WILLIAMS WITH OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. FOR THEIR ANNUAL ACHIEVEMENT WEEK'S LUNCHEON, PRESENTED BY THE PI OMICRON AND OMICRON LAMBDA LAMBDA CHAPTERS.  THIS "BLACK TIE" OPTIONAL EVENT IS TO HONOR THEIR AWARD RECIPIENTS AND PROVIDE SCHOLARSHIPS TO DESERVING UNDERSERVED COLLEGE-BOUND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE GREATER LITTLE ROCK AREA.  THE CELEBRATION WILL BE HIGHLIGHTED BY GUEST SPEAKER, BRO. DR. DAVID MARION, 1st VICE GRAND BASILEUS, WHOSE MESSAGE WILL FOCUS ON THE THEME "LEVERAGING OUR COLLECTIVE RESOURCES FOR IMPACT."  THE LUNCHEON WILL BE 11A.M., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 FROM 11AM-2PM AT THE HOLIDAY INN AIRPORT, 3201 BANKHEAD DR., IN LITTLE ROCK. 

NOVEMBER 6, 2014

  1. COMMANDER JOHN "PETE" JORDAN (NAVY), VICE COMMANDER, ED EVANS (U.S. AIR FORCE), DAVID WILLIAMS (AIR NATIONAL GUARD) AND VALERIE HINTON (U.S. NAVY) WITH THE ARKANSAS CHAPTER OF NABVETS (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR BLACK VETERANS, INC.).  NABVET IS A NON-PROFIT, NATIONALLY CERTIFIED VETERANS SERVICE ORGANIZATION AS WELL AS A UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS CLAIMS REPRESENTATIVE.  ITS MEMBERS WORK IN COMMUNITIES TO END HOMELESSNESS, EMPOWER LOW-INCOME AND MINORITY VETERANS AND DISADVANTAGED YOUTH.  THEIR MISSION IS ONGOING, PROVIDING STRATEGIC ADVOCACY ON BEHALF OF ITS MEMBERSHIP WITH CONGRESS AND THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION; STATE ADMINISTRATIONS; COUNTY ADN CITY LEGISLATORS AND OTHER AGENCIES OR ORGANIZATIONS.  THIS ORGANIZATION ISN'T JUST FOR BLACKS, IT HELPS ALL VETERANS AS WELL AS ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE MEMBERS AND SPOUSES.  FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO JOIN CONTACT ED EVANS AT (501) 779-1517, WRITE NABVETS #108, P.O. BOX 4662, LITTLE ROCK, AR. 72214-4662 OR VISIT WWW.NABVETS.COM (ARKANSAS CHAPTER IS 108).  YOU CAN ALSO JOIN THEM EACH 1st SATURDAY OF THE MONTH AT BETHEL AME CHURCH, 600 N. CEDAR ST., IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK.
  2. CORY KIMBROUGH AND SEAN McINTOSH FOR ICAN (INCREASING CAPABILITIES ACCESS NETWORK).  ICAN IS A SECTION OF THE ARKANSAS REHABILITATION SERVICES (ARS) A DIVISION OF THE ARKANSAS DEPT. OF CAREER EDUCATION (ACE), PROVIDES ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT (AT), INFORMATION AND TRAINING TO ARKANSANS WITH DISABILITIES TO HELP THEM LIVE MORE INDEPENDENTLY.  ICAN PROVIDES EQUIPMENT DEMONSTRATIONS, TRAININGS AND PRESENTATIONS TO INDIVIDUALS, FAMILY MEMBERS, EMPLOYERS, EDUCATORS AND PROFESSIONALS.  ICAN'S PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE TO ALL ARKANSANS WITH DISABILITIES WITHOUT REGARD TO AGE, DISABILITY, INCOME, GEOGRAPHIC AREA OR ELIGIBILITY FOR ANY OTHER PROGRAM.  APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.AR-ICAN.ORG, WHERE ALL OF THE EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE FOR LOAN IS LISTED.  YOU CAN ALSO VIEW THE ITEMS AVAILABLE IN THEIR CLEARINGHOUSE AT 525 W. CAPITOL AVE. IN DOWNTOWN LITTLE ROCK.  TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT OR FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 1-800-828-2799 OR EMAIL ICAN@ARKANSAS.GOV.

THE BROADWAY JOE TALK SHOW IS BROADCAST LIVE THURSDAY MORNINGS AT 9A.M. ON 102.1 KOKY AND RE-BROADCAST SATURDAY MORNINGS AT 6A.M. ON

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