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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.

OCTOBER 2, 2014

  1. SHIRLEY ABEL OF NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES FOR THE CITY OF NLR, CHARLENE JAMES VICTIM'S ADVOCATE FOR NLRPD AND LT. EUGENE TYREE OF THE NLR POLICE DEPT. FOR NORTH LITTLE ROCK'S CELEBRATION OF THE NATIONAL NIGHT OUT. ALL NEIGHBORHOODS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th.  WHETHER IT'S SMALL ICE CREAM SOCIAL BETWEEN A FEW NEIGHBORS ON THE STREET TO A LARGE NEIGHBORHOOD GATHERING, EACH NEIGHBORHOOD NEEDS TO PARTICIPATE.  GETTING OUT AND GETTING TO KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS AND LOCAL POLICE OFFICERS ARE THE KEY TO FIGHTING CRIME. FOR A LIST OF PATICIPATING NEIGHBORHOODS OR TO HOST AND ADD YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD, CONTACT NORTH LITTLE ROCK NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES AT (501) 791-8500.
  2. CURLETHIA SYKES-SWANIGAN AND CHRISTY FULTON FOR DARK HOLLOW CDC'S ANNUAL ZUMBATHON "PARTY IN PINK."  THIS CHARITY EVENT IS TO HELP MAKE MOVES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER.  ZUMBATHON PROCEEDS GO TO THE ZUMBA GLOBAL RESEARCH GRANT FOR BREAST CANCER PREVENTION.  THE "PARTY IN PINK" WILL BE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3RD FROM 6:30-8:30P.M. AT 10 FITNESS, 6929 JFK BLVD., SUITE 110 IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION SEND AND EMAIL TO ZUMBACHRISTY@YAHOO.COM.
  3. CARL DAUGHTERY,CHIEF OF FIELD SERVICES AND JEFF JACKSON, EXPO COORDINATOR WITH THE ARKANSAS DEPT. OF CAREER EDUCATION FOR THEIR FREE "ACE EXPO AND JOB FAIR."  THIS FAIR IS IN HOPES OF MAKING A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.  JOIN THEM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9TH FROM 9A.M.-3:30P.M. AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER.  EVERY DIVISION FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CAREER EDUCATION WILL BE THERE, SERVING REFRESHMENTS AND ENROLLING YOU IN FREE SERVICES.  LOCAL EMPLOYERS WILL ALSO BE ONSITE TO MEET YOU.  IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY, ARE SEEKING TRAINING, A GED CREDENTIAL OR EVEN IF YOU ARE IN SEARCH OF A JOB, THEY CAN HELP ENROLL YOU IN PROGRAMS THAT MAY CHANGE YOUR LIFE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 1-800-330-0632 OR 501-686-2800.
  4. DEBORAH ROBINSON FOR "CONVERSATIONS WITH THE ARKANSAS GOVERNORS."  THIS FREE EVENT WILL PRESENT A SERIES OF 7 ARKANSAS GOVERNORS THROUGH OUT THE MONTH WHO WILL DISCUSS THEIR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE STATE AND COUNTRY.  THE 1ST SERIES OF "CONVERSATIONS WITH ARKANSAS GOVERNORS" WILL BE HELD AT THE CENTRAL ARKANSAS LIBRARY SYSTEM'S (CALS) RON ROBINSON THEATER, 100 RIVERMARKET AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN LITTLE ROCK.  TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT WWW.ARKANSASGOVERNORS.COM AND ARE COMPLIMENTARY TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.  THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY FOR ARKANSANS TO CONVERSE WITH ARKANSAS GOVERNORS AND GET A GLIMPSE INTO THEIR LIVES.  FOR MORE INFORMATION AND AN UP-TO-DATE SCHEDULE OF THE SERIES, VISIT WWW.ARKANSASGOVERNORS.COM

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014

  1. SANDRA MITCHELL, DIRECTOR OF SUPPORTIVE SERVICES WITH RECOVERY JAM, DINO DAVIS OF QUALITY LIVING AND GEORGE WEAVER WITH RCA MID ARK SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES FOR THE 10th RECOVERY JAM, AN ANNUAL CELEBRATION HELD DURING NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH.  RECOVERY MONTH SPREADS THE POSITIVE MESSAGE THAT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IS ESSENTIAL TO OVERALL HEALTH, THAT PREVENTION WORKS, TREATMENT IS EFFECTIVE AND PEOPLE CAN AND DO RECOVER.  THIS EVENT WILL INCLUDE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, FREE FOOD, DANCING, PERSONAL TESTIMONIES AND SPONSOR/PARTNER BOOTHS TO DISTRIBUTE INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR SERVICES AND PROGRAMS.  RECOVERY JAM WILL BE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 4-8P.M., AT THE RIVERMARKET PAVILION, 400 PRESIDENT CLINTON DR., IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 663-7221 OR (501) 351-3322.
  2. KEY FLETCHER WITH PROMISELAND CHURCH MINISTRIES FOR THEIR 2nd ANNUAL COMMUNITY DAY.  COMMUNITY DAY IS A FAMILY AND FAITH EVENT TO GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY BY PROVIDING FREE FOOD, SERVICES, ACTIVITIES AND HEALTH INFORMATION TO THE CITY OF LITTLE ROCK.  THE EVENT WILL BENEFIT THE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES OF THE SOUTHWEST LITTLE ROCK COMMUNITY.  EVENTS OF THE DAY WILL INCLUDE THE RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE, HEALTH AND DENTAL SCREENINGS, CHILDREN'S FUN ZONE AND MUCH MORE.  COMMUNITY DAY WILL BE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 10A.M.-2P.M., PROMISELAND CHURCH, 4520 S. UNIVERSITY AND FREE TO THE PUBLIC.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (318) 332-8040.
  3. McALMONT NATIVE AND 2014 LONG JUMP CHAMPION, JEFFERY HENDERSON.  JEFF IS CURRENTLY LIVING IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA AT AN OLYMPIC TRAINING FACILITY BEING TRAINED BY OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST, AL JOYNER.  JEFF RECENTLY WON THE LONG JUMP TITLE AT THE USA TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP, THAT JUMP PUT HIM 4th IN THE WORLD, HIS PERSONAL BEST.  JEFF AND HIS TRAINER WILL HOST A CELEBRATORY COOKOUT SEPTEMBER 27, AT BURNS PARK, PAVILION #9, 10A.M.-5P.M.  JEFF WILL SPEAK ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF STAYING FOCUSED AND NOT GIVING UP ON YOUR DREAM AT THE COOKOUT.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE COOKOUT CALL (501) 765-4112 OR (501) 410-3020.  FIND OUT MORE ABOUT JEFF BY VISITING WWW.IAAF.ORG/NEWS OR SPIKES.IAAF.ORG/POST.

SEPTEMBER 11, 2014

  1. TYLER LINDSEY WITH THE ARKANSAS FOODBANK FOR THEIR HUNGER ACTION MONTH ACTIVITIES.  SEPTEMBER IS HUNGER ACTION MONTH AND THE ARKANSAS FOODBANK IS INVITING EVERYONE TO LEARN ABOUT THE PLIGHT OF HUNGER IN ARKANSAS.  THE FOODBANK SERVES MORE THAN 270,000 ARKANSANS EACH YEAR WHO STRUGGLE WITH FOOD INSECURITY.  DURING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, THEY INVITE YOU LIKE, LEARN, VISIT, DONATE AND TAKE ACTION AGAINST HUNGER IN ARKANSAS.  SOME OF THEIR UPCOMING EVENTS INCLUDE; DRIVE AWAY HUNGER ON SEPT. 13 AND HUNGER STUDY ON SEPT. 15.  ALL SEPTEMBER ARVEST BANK WILL HAVE THE ONE MILLION MEALS CAMPAIGN, BY ACCEPTING FOOD OR MONEY DONATIONS IN PULASKI COUNTY AND DONATING IT TO THE FOODBANK.  EDWARDS FOOD GIANT AND EDWARDS CASH SAVER WILL TRY TO SUPPORT THE FOODBANK BY TAKING DONATIONS AT THE REGISTER.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE UPCOMING EVENTS OR TO DONATE VISIT WWW.ARKANSASFOODBANK.ORG , WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/ARKANSASFOODBANK OR CALL (501) 565-8121. 
  2. LRSD SUPERINTENDENT, DR. DEXTER SUGGS AND COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, PAMELA SMITH FOR THE "NEW" LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT.  PLANS FOR THE DISTRICT INCLUDE VIRTUAL ACADEMY THAT WILL HAVE ONLINE COURSES IN HEALTH, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, ECONIMICS, CIVICS, ENGLISH1/READ 180.  BEGINNING WITH THE ENTERING NINTH GRADE CLASS OF THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR, EACH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SHALL BE REQUIRED TO TAKE AT LEAST ONE DIGITAL LEARNING COURSE FOR CREDIT TO GRADUATE.  COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS PATHWAY WILL ALSO BE IMPLEMENTED FOR GRADES 8-12, TO INCLUDE; ACT PREP PROGRAMS, BENCHMARKS, ARKANSAS ACADEMIC CHALLENGE AND NCAA SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE "NEW" LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT VISIT WWW.LRSD.ORG.
  3. COACH ALEXIS LOWE AND JASMINE GREEN, ASST. ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATOR AT PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE FOR THEIR VOLLEYBALL PROGRAM.  THE LADY PANTHERS PLACED 3rd ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF THE GULF COAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE WITH A RECORD OF 7-5 AND NOW HAVE A NEW COACH IN ALEXIS LOWE, WHO WAS THEIR, THEN, ASSISTANT COACH.  COACH LOWE HAS COACHED THE DALLAS STARLINGS, FATCHMO, A CLUB TEAM IN THE LITTLE ROCK METRO AREA. SHE IS ALSO AND I.M.P.A.C.T. CERTIFIED COACH WITH USA VOLLEYBALL.  COACH LOWE SAYS HER MAIN GOALS CONSIST OF IMPROVING THEIR RECORD FROM LAST SEASON, MOLDING THE YOUNG LADIES INTO PROSPEROUS YOUNG WOMEN AND ASSISTING THEM IN THEIR ACADEMIC PURSUITS INCLUDING OBTAINING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES IN THEIR FIELDS OF CHOICE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE TEAM OR TO FIND THE SCHEDULE VISIT WWW.PHILANDERATHLETICS.COM.

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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