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OCTOBER 23, 2014

  1. DINO DAVIS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OF THE QUALITY LIVING CENTER (QLC),INC. FOR THEIR 7th ANNUAL "SALUTE TO RECOVERY" GALA.  QLC'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF ALCOHOL/DRUG TREATMENT, INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION SERVICES BY PROVIDING TREATMENT PROGRAMMING AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IN A CHEMICAL FREE ENVIRONMENT TO PROMOTE HEALTHY LIFESTYLES.  THIS MISSION IS CARRIED OUT THROUGH PROVISIONS OF A SAFE, CLEAN AND SOBER HOUSING FACILITY FOR ADULTS RECOVERING FROM ALCOHOL AND OR DRUG ABUSE.  QLC OFFERS STATE-LICENSED DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT SERVICES AND TRANSITIONAL LIVING, THERBY ASSISTING INDIVIDUALS IN ACHIEVING SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION BACK INTO THE COMMUNITY.  "SALUTE TO RECOVERY" IS AN EVENING DEDICATED TO CELEBRATING THESE SUCCESS STORIES AND DESIGNED TO HONOR PROGRAM ALUMNI AND THOSE WHO HAVE WORKED TIRELESSLY TO ASSIST THESE INDIVIDUALS IN THEIR JOURNEYS.  "SALUTE TO RECOVERY" WILL BE OCTOBER 25, AT THE DOUBLETREE HOTEL, 424 WEST MARKHAM IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.QUALITYLIVINGCENTER.NET OR CALL (501) 663-3490.
  2. STEVEN J. YOUNG, CHAIR/COORDINATOR, LAURA MONTGOMERY, AEA VICE PRESIDENT, & JOHN ROSALES, NEA INTERACTIVE MEDIA IN WASHINGTON, D.C. FOR THE 2nd ANNUAL "BUILD COMMUNITIES NOT BULLIES" (BCNB).  IN THE WAKE OF MANY TRAGEDIES IN OUR NATION RELATED TO BULLYING, THE AEA/NEA EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS IN CENTRAL ARKANSAS HAVE FORMED THE AEA/NEA MAKING CONNECTIONS STEERING COMMITTEE (MCSC) TO EDUCATE AND TAKE THE LEAD IN HELPING ERASE BULLYING FROM OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. THEIR GOAL IS EXACT-"BUILD COMMUNITIES NOT BULLIES!"  THIS ANTI-BULLYING FEST WILL BE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 11A.M.-3P.M., ON THE GROUNDS OF THE CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY.  THERE WILL BE STUDENT PERFORMANCES, SPEAKERS, VENDORS AND LOTS OF ACTIVITIES.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 374-4955 OR (501) 247-6858 OR VISIT WWW.BUILDCOMMUNITESNOTBULLIES.ORG.
  3. EDDIE PARNELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HARMONY HEALTH CLINIC AND MARK VERBOS, EVENT CHAIR FOR THE 4th ANNUAL WORLD CHEESE DIP CHAMPIONSHIP.  OVER THE PAST THREE EVENTS, OVER 10,000 PEOPLE HAVE COME TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE THE LOCAL PHENOMENON KNOWN AS CHEESE DIP BY CASTING THEIR VOTES TO DECIDE WHAT IS THE BEST TASTING RECIPE IN THE WORLD.  TEAMS ARE DIVIDED INTO AMATEUR AND PROFESSIONAL DIVISIONS, AND WINNERS WILL BE DETERMINED THROUGH A SERIES OF BLIND TASTINGS BY JUDGES.  FESTIVAL ATTENDEES WILL ALSO BE ABLE TO VOTE TO DETERMINE WHO WILL RECEIVE THIS YEAR'S PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD.  ALL PROCEEDS FROM THIS EVENT WILL BENEFIT HARMONY HEALTH CLINIC, WHICH IS A FREE HEALTH AND WELLNESS CLINIC WHO SERVES THE NEEDS OF THE MEDICALLY UNINSURED AND UNDESERVED WHO LIVE IN CENTRAL ARKANSAS, BY PROVIDING ACCESS TO QUALITY MEDICAL CARE AT NO COST TO PATIENTS.  THE WORLD CHEESE DIP FESTIVAL WILL BE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 11A.M.-3P.M., AT THE BERNICE GARDENS AND MAIN STREET, IN LITTLE ROCK FROM DAISY BATES TO 16th.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.CHEESEDIP.NET.

OCTOBER 16, 2014

  1. SELANDRIA JACKSON AND SEDRIC MAYFIELD FOR COMING HOME TO CENTERSTAGE.  DUNBAR COMMUNITY CENTER CELEBRATES 60 YEARS! (OCT. 1954 - OCT. 2014) ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  FORMER "OLD SCHOOL" PATRONS, MEMBERS, DUNBAR RAIDERS, DUNBAR HAWKS, RESIDENTS OF VILLAGE SQUARE, LEGENDS GAME PLAYERS OF SUMMER LEAGUE, AND PLAYERS OF JACKSON/MYERS TENNIS COURTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO RETURN AND JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION.
    •  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17TH
      • 6PM-7PM:  MEET & GREET RECEPTION FOR FORMER & PRESENT STAFF
      • 7PM-9PM:  COMING HOME TO CENTER STAGE SPECIAL PROGRAM
  2. DEITRIC & ANGELETTA GILES WITH THEIR 7-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER LONDYN FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL ARKANSAS WALK NOW FOR AUTISM SPEAKS.  THE WALK SUPPORTS AUTISM SPEAKS MISSION TO RAISE FUND FOR RESEARCH, AWARENESS, AND ADVOCACY. IT'S POWERED BY VOLUNTEERS AND FAMILIES WITH LOVED ONES ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM.  7-YEAR-OLD LONDYN GILES WILL BE SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND ALSO HAS A TEAM AT THE WALK CALLED "LONDYN'S LEAGUE."  THE WALK TAKES PLACE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18TH AT THE CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL CENTER IN DOWNTOWN LITTLE ROCK.  THE 5K AT 8AM | REGISTRATION AT 8:30AM | WALK AT 10:25AM.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.WALKNOWFORAUTISMSPEAKS.ORG.
  3. ELSTON FORTE FOR PULASKI COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES (PCYS) FALL PROGRAMS.  SEVERAL FREE PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE TO THE YOUTH OFFERED BY PULASKI COUNTY THIS FALL.  THE LINE-UP INCLUDES OUR CLUB AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM FOR YOUTH AGES 6-18;  ACT PREP PROGRAM BEGINNING ON NOV. 1ST FOR 10TH-12 GRADE STUDENTS; YOUTH POSITIVE ACTION COALITION (YPAC) PROGRAM FOR 6TH-8TH GRADERS; AND YOUTH LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION TEAM. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.PULASKICOUNTYYOUTHSERVICES.ORG OR CALL 501-340-8250.
  4. TIMMONS, AND GLORIA LOVE FOR THE MOVE YOUR BODY COMMUNITY FORUM. CHILDHOOD OBESITY HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED IN CHILDREN AND QUADRUPLED IN ADOLESCENTS INTHE PAST 30 YEARS.  THE MOVE YOUR BODY COMMUNITY FORUM WILL BE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 FROM 9AM-1PM AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER IN LITTLE ROCK.  IT IS GEARED TO PROVIDE YOUTH WITH ACTIVITIES SUCH AS EXERCISE & COOKING DEMONSTATIONS, AND BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS. THEY WILL BE WEIGHED, MEASURED, AND RECEIVE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS AND HEALTHY LIVING TIPS, AS WELL AS A HEALTHY LUNCH.  FREE GIVEAWAYS WILL BEGIN AT 10AM WITH PRIZES CONSISTING OF BIKES, HELMENTS, FITNESS HOOPS, BASKETBALLS, SOCCERBALLS, FOOTBALLS & JUMP ROPES.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 501-221-1788.
    • SPONSORED BY THE LINKS INCORPORATED, DEREK LEWIS FOUNDATION, LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT, TIMMONS ARTS FOUNDATION, UAMS CANCER RESEARCH, HEALTHY BOYS & GIRLS, & ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

OCTOBER 9, 2014

  1.  LEONARD BOYLE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ARKANSAS GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES FOR THE NATIONAL DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT AWARENESS MONTH. THE STATE OF ARKANSAS RECOGNIZES THE TREMENDOUS POTENTION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.  SEVERAL EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS ARE TAKING PLACE THIS MONTH.
    • ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF CAREER EDUCATION  HOSTS ACE EXPO & JOB FAIR, THUR., OCT. 9TH FROM 9AM-3:30PM AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER, 10800 COLONEL GLENN ROAD IN LR. FOR MORE INFO, CALL 501-686-2800 OR EMAIL ASHLEY.CROSS@ARKANSAS.GOV
    • DISABILITY AWARENESS DAY, WED., OCT 15TH FROM 10AM-12PM AT THE AR STATE CAPITOL, 2ND FLOOR ROTUNDA. FOR MORE INFO CALL 501-614-7020 OR 800-223-1330 OR VISIT WWW.ADCPTI.ORG
    • PULASKI COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES PRESENTS CHAMPIONS OF YOUTH AWARDS, THURS., NOV. 13TH FROM 6:30PM-9PM AT THE ARGENTA COMMUNITY THEATRE IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK.  FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFO CALL 501-340-6688 OR EMAIL RCAPLE@PULASKICOUTY.NET
  2. TONI GREEN (SHOE LADY SHOES) & THOMAS DUNN, INSTITUTE OF COMMUNITY BASE REHABILITATION; JOSHUA DUMAS & ORAM WELLS, PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE STUDENTS FOR "1,000 SHOES FOR KIDS."  THIS CHARITY EVENT WILL PRESENT "FREE" SHOES, SOCKS, AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES TO KIDS AND ALSO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE ORGANIZATION'S FRESH START MENTORING PROGRAM.  DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
    • "1,000 SHOES FOR KIDS" TAKES PLACE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11TH FROM 10AM-3PM AT PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE IN THE KENDALL BUILDING.  PHILANDER WILL ALSO, WAVE APPLICATION FEES FOR THOSE WHO ENROLL FOR ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, EMAIL SHOELADY1982@GMAIL.COM OR CALL 501-681-0555.
  3. LEA RUSS-GLENNS, SISTER OF CARNELL RUSS FOR THE 2014 CARNELL RUSS DAY - COMMUNITY UNITY FESTIVAL.  THIS WEEKEND CELEBRATION HONORS THE MEMORY OF CARNELL RUSS, WHO WAS SHOT IN THE HEAD AND KILLED BY A WHITE POLICE OFFICER AFTER A TRAFFIC STOP IN 1971 AS HE AND HIS WIFE AND 6 OF THEIR 9 CHILDREN TRAVELED FROM BENTON GOING TO HIS HOME IN MONTICELLO.  THE STORY WAS FEATURED IN THE JUNE 24, 1971 ISSUE OF THE JET MAGAZINE ALONG WITH GRAPHIC PHOTOS OF THE WOUND, AND THE STORY WAS RECENTLY FEATURED IN THE SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 ISSUE OF THE ARKANSAS TIMES.  THE UNITY FESTIVAL WAS FORMED 3 YEARS AGO TO TURN THIS TRAGADY INTO SOMETHING POSITVE. 
    • THE 3RD ANNUAL CARNELL RUSS DAY - COMMUNITY UNITY FESITVAL WILL BE FRIDAY-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10TH-11TH AT THE STAR CITY CIVIC CENTER, 201 LINCOLN AVE. IN STAR CITY.
      • FRIDAY, 6PM, GOSPEL CONCERT - CIVIC CENTER
      • SATURDAY, 10AM, PARADE BEGINNING AT BRADLEY & JEFFERSON. FROM 11:30AM-5:30PM, THE FESTIVAL INCLUDES HEALTH FEST, HISTORICAL EXHIBITS, SPEAKERS, VENDORS, CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES, ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC, & MORE!
    • FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.CARNELLRUSSFOUNDATION.WEEKLY.COM OR CALL 501-541-3732.

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