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JULY 24, 2014

  1. PASTOR ROBERT JENKINS FROM MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH FOR THEIR 2nd ANNUAL CENTRAL ARKANSAS COMMUNITY BLOCK PARTY.  THIS IS A FREE COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR THAT WILL INCLUDE LIVE MUSIC, FUN, GAMES AND MUCH MORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY.  THE HEALTH FAIR WILL BE SATURDAY, JULY 26, 10A.M.-2P.M., AT MORNING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH, 2nd & SMOTHERS ST.  ATTENDEES ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING THEIR LAWN CHAIRS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 376-3575.
  2. STERLING INGRAM AND ALMA WILLIAMS FROM ART PORTER MUSIC EDUCATION, INC. (APME) FOR THEIR 4th ANNUAL "A WORK OF ART" JAZZ WEEK 2014.  THIS SERIES OF EVENTS SERVES AS THE NON-PROFIT'S PRIMARY FUNDRAISER, AND SERVES TO BUILD ON THE PORTER LEGACY-PROMOTING MUSIC EDUCATION WHILE PROVIDING SCHOLARSHIPS FOR DESERVING COLLEGE-BOUND STUDENTS. THIS YEAR JAZZ FANS WILL BE TREATED TO PHENOMENAL PERFORMANCES BY GRAMMY-NOMINATED KEYBOARDIST AND COMPOSER, JEFF LORBER; FORMER AMERICAN IDOL GUITARIST, PAUL JACKSON, JR.; NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED JAZZ AND FORMER ART PORTER TRIO VOCALIST, MARTHA BURKS.  SPECIAL PERFORMANCES WILL INCLUDE ARKANSAS' OWN DIZZY 7 BAND AND VIOLIN SENSATION LEXINGTON PORTER.  FOR DATES AND LOCATIONS OF ALL EVENTS FOR "A WORK OF ART" CALL (501) 492-9120 OR VISIT WWW.ARTPRTER.ORG.
  3. JOYCE RAYNOR WITH THE CENTER FOR HEALING HEARTS AND MORRIS WILLIAMS WITH OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY INC.,AND AND SPIRITS FOR THE "THAT'S WHAT'S UP: SEX, LIES, VIOLENCE, DRUGS, TOBACCO, TEXTING & THE TRUTH ABOUT IT ALL" CONFERENCE AND BACK TO SCHOOL BLOCK PARTY.  THIS CONFERENCE IS DESIGNED TO EDUCATE YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS ON THE REALITIES OF LIFE AND EMPOWER THEM TO SURVIVE BY MAKING THE RIGHT CHOICES.  THE CONFERENCE WILL BE SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 8A.M.-12:30P.M AT ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH, 2501 S. MAIN ST., IN LITTLE ROCK.  THE BLOCK PARTY WILL BE FROM 12:30PM-4PM AT THE OMEGA PSI PHI FATERNITY HOUSE, 2521 S. STATE IN LITTLE ROCK.  IT TOO, WILL ALSO BE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC PROVIDING SCHOOL SUPPLIES, FOOD, ENTERTAINMENT AND EDUCATIONAL LITERATURE.  PARENTS MUST BRING THEIR CHILDREN AND ALL SUPPLIES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 372-3800.

JULY 17, 2014

  1. UALR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, HOWARD JACKSON FOR THE EOC (EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER) TRIO PROGRAM.  TRIO PROGRAMS ARE A SET OF 7 FEDERALLY FUNDED OUTREACH PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.  TRIO PROGRAMS WERE THE FIRST NATIONAL COLLEGE ACCESS AND RETENTION PROGRAMS TO ADDRESS SOCIAL AND CULTURAL BARRIERS TO EDUCATION IN AMERICA.  ARKANSAS CURRENTLY HAS 75 TRIO PROGRAMS SERVING OVER 27,000 STUDENTS.  THE EOC TRIO PROGRAMS PROVIDES COUNSELING AND INFORMATION ON COLLEGE ADMISSIONS TO QUALIFIED ADULTS WHO WANT TO ENTER OR CONTINUE A PROGRAM OF POST SECONDARY PARTICIPANTS.  THE EOC PROGRAM PROVIDES ASSISTANCE WITH COMPLETING COLLEGE ADMISSION AND FINANCIAL AID APPLICATIONS.  WORKSHOPS ARE CONDUCTED TO PRESENT INFORMATION ON EDUCATIONAL OR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES.  IN ADDITION, EOC PROVIDES COLLEGE PLACEMENT ADMISSION TESTING, COMPUTER TUTORIAL INSTRUCTION AND ACCESS TO ONLINE CAREER AND STUDY SKILLS RESOURCES.  TO QUALIFY FOR THE PROGRAM, APPLICANTS MUST BE 19 YEARS OLD AND RESIDE IN LONOKE, PULASKI OR SALINE COUNTY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 907-2470 OR VISIT WWW.UALR.EDU/TRIOEOCETS.
  2. COACH HAYMAN WITH THE INDEPENDENT YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE (IYFL) FOR OPENING SEASON.  THE IYFL IS A 501(c)3 YOUTH FOOTBALL ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN THROUGH SOCIALLY, SPIRITUALLY AND ATHLETICALLY CHALLENGING YOUNG PEOPLE TO BE THE BEST THEY CAN BE.  THE IYFL IS NOT ONLY FOR CHILDREN, BUT FOR THEIR PARENTS AS WELL.  THEIR SUCCESS, PROGRESS AND SUSTAINABILITY IS DEEPLY ROOTED IN EVERY EFFORT PUT FORTH BY THE MEN AND WOMEN IN THE IYFL WHO GIVE OF THEMSELVES TO MAKE IT ALL HAPPEN.  THE IYFL HAS TWO DIVISIONS WITH 6 TEAMS IN EACH, WITH AGE GROUPS RANGING FROM 5-12 YEARS OLD.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 681-2202 OR VISIT WWW.ETEAMZ.COM/IYFL.  ONE OF THE IYFL TEAMS, WESTSIDE STEELERS, WILL HOST A SHOE DRIVE THAT HELPS THE LESS FORTUNATE, THE ENVIRONMENT AND HELP RAISE FUNDS TO SUPPORT THEIR TEAM.  DROP OFF COLLECTIONS WILL BE MON., TUES. & THURS., 6-7:30P.M. AT UNION/WEST END PARK, 36th & WALKER ST., IN LITTLE ROCK OR TO SCHEDULE A PICK-UP CALL (501) 541-3703 OR (501) 744-2449.
  3. COREY HENDERSON, VICE PRESIDENT WITH THE WINTHROP ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION FOR THE ARKANSAS CAMPAIGN FOR GRADE-LEVEL READING.  THE GOAL FOR THE CAMPAIGN IS THAT, BY 2020, ALL ARKANSAS CHILDREN WILL READ AT GRADE LEVEL BY THE END OF THIRD GRADE.  READING PROFICIENTLY BY THE END OF THIRD GRADE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT INDICATOR OF SCHOOL SUCCESS AND HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION.  THIRD GRADE MARKS THE POINT BETWEEN LEARNING TO READ AND READING TO LEARN.  THE CAMPAIGN IS BASED ON THE BELIEF THAT SCHOOLS MUST BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR HELPING ALL CHILDREN ACHIEVE.  RESEARCH IN RECENT YEARS HAS BEGUN TO CLARIFY WHAT IMPACTS OUR CHILDREN'S FAILURE TO ACHIEVE READING PROFICIENCY.  THE RESEARCH HAS BEEN GROUPED INTO 4 KEY IMPACT AREAS; 1. IMPROVE SCHOOL READINESS 2. REDUCE CHRONIC ABSENCES 3. STOP SUMMER LEARNING LOSS 4.STRENGTHEN PARENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT.  THE ARKANSAS CAMPAIGN FOR GRADE-LEVEL READING WILL NEED THE SUPPORT AND INVOLVEMENT OF YOU, OUR CITIZENS, OUR COMMUNITY LEADERS, OUR STATE AND LOCAL PARTNERS AND OUR POLICY MAKERS, TO ACCOMPLISH OUR GOAL THAT ALL CHILDREN READ AT GRADE LEVEL BY THE END OF THE THIRD GRADE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO GET INVOLVED VISIT WWW.AR-GLR.NET.

JULY 10, 2014

  1. LASKER BELL, JR. FOR "THE RINGING OF THE LAS BELL" CELEBRATION HONORING HIS DAD, LASKER BELL, SR.  THIS BIG EVENT IS TAKING PLACE SATURDAY, JULY 12TH AT 6PM AT VICTORY CHURCH, 1283 HWY 278 IN CAMDEN. LASKER BELL, SR. WAS THE FIRST BLACK TELEVISION SHOW HOST FROM CAMDEN.  HIS  IDEA AND CONCEPT STARTED FIRST WITH A SOUL MUSIC RADIO SHOW, AND "THE LAS BELL SHOW" HIT THE AIRWAVES IN 1967 AT KJWH IN CAMDEN.  BELL HAD ANOTHER INSIGHT TO REACH A BROADER AUDIENCE  AND PITCHED IT TO THE PRODUCERS OF KTVE CHANNEL 10 TV STATION. HIS IDEA WAS OF A SHOW SIMILAR TO AMERICAN BANDSTAND COMPLETE WITH A LIVE AUDIENCE, AND HIS WISH MANIFESTED.  "THE LAS BELL VARIETY SHOW" AIRED FOR 3 YEARS FROM 1970-1973. BELL WAS ALSO ACTIVE IN MANY COMMUNITY GROUPS AND CAUSES. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE GRAND CELEBRATION, "THE RINGING OF THE LAS BELL," CALL 501-240-4234.
  2. BILL WOODS, FOUNDER OF CAPITOL CITY CC OR LR; BILLY BROOKS, CONVENTION CHAIR; & ROBERT STURD, LR CHAPTER PRESIDENT FOR THE 28TH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CORVETTE CLUBS (ICCC). CAPITOL CITY CORVETTE CLUB OF LITTLE ROCK WILL HOST THIS CONVENTION WITH PROCEEDS BENEFITING SHORTER COLLEGE AND ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH OF LR. THE MISSION OF ICCC IS TO PROMOTE PARTICIPATION IN CORVETTE ORIENTED ACTIVITIES AND TO ENHANCE THE ENJOYMENT CONNECTED WITH THE OWNERSHIP OF THE CORVETTE AND ITS MEMBERS, AND ALSO ENCOURAGE AND ASSIST WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORVETTE CLUBS ON A LOCAL LEVEL. A WEEK LONG OF EVENTS WILL TAKE PLACE AND MEMBERS FROM A LEAST 15 STATES WILL BE IN ATTENDENCE, JULY 13TH-JULY 20TH, KICKING OFF AT THE WYNDAM HOTEL IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ICCC, VISIT WWW.INTERNATIONALCOUNCILCORVETTE.COM
  3. DR. DON HENDERSON OF STARS COME OUT, INC. FOR "LET'S DANCE 2 HEALTH."  THE PURPOSE OF THIS EVENT IS TO ENCOURAGE ARKANSANS; TO EMBRACE DANCE, MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH, STAY FIT, AND LIVE HEALTHIER LIVES.  TO PATICIPATE, THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS SATURDAY, JULY 12TH. ANY STYLE OF DANCE IS ENCOURAGED AND THE MORE IMAGINATIVE, THE BETTER.  THE EVENT TAKES PLACE, SATURDAY, JULY 26TH AT THE RON ROBINSON THEATER IN DOWNTOWN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 501-993-0445 OR VISIT WWW.LETSDANCE2HEALTH.ORG.  

 

JUNE 26, 2014

  1. TOMEKIA MOORE, MINISTER EARNEST FRANKLIN AND MARKEVION HARRIS WITH THE H.Y.P.E. (HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE EXCEL)PROGRAM FOR THEIR 2nd ANNUAL SUMMER PALOOZA & YOUTH CRIME PREVENTION SUMMIT.  H.Y.P.E., A PINE BLUFF YOUTH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM HAS SUCCESSFULLY HOSTED A SERIES OF SUMMITS OVER THE SPAN OF TWO YEARS THAT FOCUS ON ISSUES THAT ARE RELEVANT TO TODAY'S YOUTH.  THEY ALSO PROVIDE LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, COMMUNITY AWARENESS PROGRAMS AND ONE-ON-ONE MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES.  THE SUMMIT WILL FEATURE PANEL DISCUSSIONS WITH KEY CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS, A 40-FT WATER SLIDE, POTATO SACK RACES, 3-LEGGED RACES AND MUCH MORE.  THIS YEAR'S EVENT WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 10A.M. - 2P.M., AT COLLEGE HEIGHTS CHURCH OF CHRIST, 1313 N. MAGNOLIA ST., IN PINE BLUFF.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (870) 536-3728 OR (870) 872-2229.
  2. TINA LONG WITH EXALT ACADEMY OF SOUTHWEST LITTLE ROCK AND FREDDIE SCOTT WITH LITTLE ROCK PREPARATORY ACADEMY FOR THEIR ENROLLMENT SEASON.  THE SAME ORGANIZATION THAT DEVELOPED LITTLE ROCK PREPARATORY ACADEMY IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA IS OPENING A BRAND NEW CAMPUS IN SOUTHWEST LITTLE ROCK, EXALT ACADEMY OF SOUTHWEST LITTLE ROCK.  BOTH SCHOOLS ARE TUITION-FREE, OFFER CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION TO FIT YOUR SPECIFIC CHILD'S NEEDS AND OFFERS EXTENDED SCHOOL DAYS AND SCHOOL YEAR FOR MORE FOCUSED LEARNING.  LITTLE ROCK PREPARATORY ACADEMY IS FOR CHILDREN IN GRADES K-8, WHILE EXALT ACADEMY OF SOUTHWEST LITTLE ROCK IS FOR CHILDREN IN GRADES K-2.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON LITTLE ROCK PREPARATORY ACADEMY CALL (501) 683-1855 OR VISIT WWW.LITTLEROCKPREP.ORG AND FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EXALT ACADEMY OF SOUTHWEST CALL (501) 568-3279 OR VISIT WWW.EXALTACADEMIES.ORG.
  3. COURTNEY HAMPTON AND TIFFANY VANCE WITH THE ARKANSAS DEPT. OF HEALTH FOR THE 20th ANNUAL NATIONAL HIV TESTING DAY.  THIS DAY WAS ESTABLISHED AS AN ANNUAL OBSERVANCE TO PROMOTE HIV TESTING.  IT IS AN IMPORTANT TIME FOR EVERYONE TO GET INVOLVED AND "TAKE THE TEST, TAKE CONTROL."  TOO MANY PEOPLE, 1 IN 6, WHO ARE LIVING WITH HIV ARE NOT AWARE OF IT.  IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT EVERYONE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 13-64 GET TESTED FOR HIV AT LEAST ONCE AS PART OF ROUTINE HEALTH CARE AND THAT SOME PEOPLE WITH RISK FACTORS GET TESTED MORE OFTEN.  YOU SHOULD ALSO BE TESTED IF YOU HAVE BEEN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED OR IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR PLANNING TO BECOME PREGNANT.  GETTING TESTED FOR HIV IS EASIER THAN EVER.  YOU CAN ASK YOUR DOCTOR FOR A TEST, CHECK NATIONAL HIV AND STD TESTING RESOURCES FOR A NEARBY TESTING SITE, CALL 1-800-CDC-INFO OR TEXT YOUR ZIP CODE TO "KNOW IT" (566948).
  4. TRACY STEELE, DIRECTOR OF THE DIVISION OF YOUTH SERVICES (DYS) WITH THE ARKANSAS DEPT. OF HEALTH.  DYS PROVIDES A SYSTEM OF HIGH-QUALITY PROGRAMS TO ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF YOUTH WHO COME IN CONTACT WITH OR ARE AT RISK OF COMING IN CONTACT WITH THE JUVENILE SYSTEM.  THE DIVISION'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY-BASED PREVENTION, DIVERSION, AND GRADUATED SANCTIONS.  PREVENTION EFFORTS TARGET ALL ARKANSAS YOUTH AND SEEK TO STRENGTHEN PRO-SOCIAL BEHAVIOR TO PREVENT THEIR COMING INTO CONTACT WITH JUVENILE JUSTICE IN THE FIRST PLACE.  DIVERSION PROGRAMS INCLUDE THOSE DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO HELP PROTECT YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS FROM PENETRATING MORE DEEPLY INTO THE SYSTEM THAN IS NECESSARY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 682-8654 OR VISIT WWW.HUMANSERVICES.ARKANSAS.GOV/DYS.

JUNE 19, 2014

  1. TAMEKA LEE WITH THE MOSAIC TEMPLARS CULTURAL CENTER (MTCC) FOR JUNTEENTH "CELEBRATE FREEDOM."  JUNTEENTH IS THE OLDEST NATIONALLY CELEBRATED COMMEMORATION OF THE ENDING OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.  FROM ITS GALVESTON, TEXAS, ORIGIN IN 1865, THE OBSERVANCE OF JUNE 19th AS THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EMANCIPATION DAY HAS SPREAD ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AND BEYOND.  AS A PART OF THE LOCAL JUNTEENTH CELEBRATION, MOSAIC TEMPLARS CULTURAL CENTER HOSTS A DAY LONG EVENT FEATURING ACTIVITIES, VENDORS, FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.  THE 2013 JUNTEENTH CELEBRATION BOASTED OVER 1,000 ATTENDEES FROM ACROSS THE STATE, WITH OVER 50 PARTICIPATING VENDORS, PERFORMERS AND SPONSORS.  THEY INVITE BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS TO JOIN IN THIS CELEBRATION WITH THEM BY SECURING A VENDOR BOOTH OR PURCHASING A SPONSORSHIP FOR THE EVENT.  THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 11A.M.-5P.M. AT THE MOSAIC TEMPLARS CENTER, 501 W. NINTH ST., IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 683-3593 OR VISIT WWW.MOSAICTEMPLARSCENTER.COM.
  2. ANN CROSSER, PROGRAM ADVISOR FOR THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (ADE) ON BECOMING A TEACHER. THE ADE WILL TAKE A LARGE PART IN CUMULUS MEDIA'S PUTTING ARKANSAS BACK TO WORK CAREER FAIR.  MISTY HARP, DIRECTOR OF TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION, WILL LEAD A SEMINAR FROM 11A.M.-NOON INFORMING LISTENERS OF THE INS AND OUTS OF BECOMING A TEACHER.  FROM BEGINNING THE PROCESS IN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TO TAKING A NON-TRADITIONAL ROUTE IF YOU ALREADY POSSESS A NON-EDUCATION DEGREE.  THERE ARE ALSO OPPORTUNITIES FOR CURRENT EDUCATORS TO EARN MORE MONEY.  ADE WILL HAVE A BOOTH AT THE EVENT TO ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT PURSUING A CAREER AS AN EDUCATOR.  THIS EVENT WILL BE TUESDAY, JUNE 24, AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER, FROM 10A.M.-7P.M.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 682-6349 OR VISIT WWW.ARKANSASED.ORG.
  3. MIRIAM KARANJA, DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS WITH THE ARKANSAS CANCER COALITION FOR THE "LET'S CLEAR THE AIR" CAMPAIGN.  THIS CAMPAIGN WAS CREATED TO EDUCATED ARKANSANS ABOUT THE DANGEROUS HEALTH EFFECTS OF SECONDHAND SMOKE ON WORKERS AND THE BENEFITS OF COMPREHENSIVE SMOKE-FREE POLICIES.  EVERYONE DESERVES THE RIGHT TO BREATHE CLEAN, SAFE AIR REGARDLESS OF AGE, GENDER, ETHNICITY, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS OR OCCUPATION.  A 2010 STUDY BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS FOUND THAT BUSINESSES IN CITIES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE THAT IMPLEMENTED COMPREHENSIVE SMOKE-FREE POLICIES DID NOT EXPERIENCE A REVENUE LOSS.  ARKANSAS NOT HAVING A 100% SMOKE-FREE LAW DETERS SOME GROUPS FROM HOLDING CONFERENCES AND CONVENTIONS IN OUR STATE.  TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ON THE CLEAN AIR CAMPAIGN VISIT WWW.CLEARTHEAIRARKANSAS.COM.

JUNE 12, 2014

  1. LaKISHA JOHNSON WITH SICKLE CELL SUPPORT SERVICES AND JODIE CARTER WITH THE PRO DUFFERS OF LITTLE ROCK FOR THE 22nd SICKLE CELL ANEMIA GOLF CLASSIC.  THE LITTLE ROCK PRO DUFFERS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN CIVIC AND COMMUNITY CONSCIOUS.  THEIR YEARLY ANNUAL TOURNAMENT TO HELP SUPPORT INDIVIDUALS WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE IS EVIDENCE OF THEIR COMMUNITY SUPPORT.  PROCEEDS FROM THE CLASSIC WILL BENEFIT SICKLE CELL SUPPORT SERVICES, A 501c3 COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION, WHICH PROVIDES SUPPORTIVE SERVICES, ADVOCACY AND EDUCATION TO FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS LIVING WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE.  GERMAINE A. JOHNSON SR., FOUNDER OF SICKLE CELL SUPPORT SERVICES STATED THAT "OUR DESIRE IS TO NEVER HAVE TO TURN AWAY A FAMILY OR  CHILD FOR SERVICES.  IT TAKES GROUPS LIKE THE LITTLE ROCK PRO DUFFERS TO MAKE THAT HAPPEN."  THE LITTLE ROCK PRO DUFFERS WILL HOST THIS EVENT ON SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JUNE 14TH-15TH AT THE GREYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB IN CABOT.  THE CLASSIC INCLUDES 36 HOLES MEDIA PLAY (INDIVIDUAL), CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT, SENIOR 60-69, SUPER SENIORS 70 & UP AND MUCH MORE.  LUNCH ON BOTH DAYS, CARTS AND GREEN FEE ARE INCLUDED IN THE $165 FEE.  HOLE SPONSORSHIPS START AT $250.  TEE OFF IS AT 9A.M. ON JUNE 14.  HOSPITALITY AND PAIRING RECEPTION FOR THE EVENT WILL BE HOSTED AT HOLIDAY IN LITTLE ROCK, AIRPORT, FRIDAY, JUNE 13TH FROM 7-11:30P.M. AND SATURDAY, JUNE 14TH AFTER PLAY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE LITTLE ROCK PRO DUFFERS VISIT WWW.LITTLEROCKPRODUFFERS.COM AND WWW.FACEBOOK/PRODUFFERSSOUTHWESTLITTLEROCKCHAPTER OR CALL (501) 240-4722. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SICKLE CELL SUPPORT SERVICES, VISIT WWW.ARSCSS.ORG OR WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SICKLECELLSUPPORTSERVICES OR CALL (501) 590-6943.
  2. BRANDI WISEMAN, COMMUNITY OUTREACH MANAGER AND LaKESE HICKS, FAMILY ADVOCATE OF  WOMEN & CHILDREN FIRST (WFC):  THE CENTER AGAINST FAMILY VIOLENCE.  WCF EMPOWERS THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THEIR CHILDREN, TO LIVE INDEPENDENTLY AND FREE FROM VIOLENCE BY PROVIDING CRISIS INTERVENTION, SAFE SHELTER, SOCIAL AND LEGAL ADVOCACY, TRANSITIONAL HOUSING, PREVENTION EDUCATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES.  WCF IS ARKANSAS' LARGEST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER.  THE EMERGENCY SHELTER PROVIDES ACCOMMODATIONS TO NEARLY 500 INDIVIDUALS EACH YEAR.  THE CHILDREN'S PROGRAM PROVIDES RECREATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES TO VICTIM'S CHILDREN.  ABUSED? GET UP. GET OUT. GET AWAY.  WFC WILL HOST A "MEET UP," AN INFORMAL GATHERING TO BE HELD THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 5-7P.M., AT THE VILLA MARRE, 1321 SCOTT ST., IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 376-3219 OR VISIT WWW.WCFARKANSAS.ORG.
  3. REGINALD HAYMAN, COACH OF THE PARKVIEW MUSTANGS WITH THE INDEPENDENT YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE (IYFL) FOR THE ARKANSAS YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP CONDUCTED BY COACHES FROM LRSD AND PCSSD.  THIS CAMP WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, JUNE 14TH AT LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL AT THE QUIGLY STADIUM.  THERE WILL BE AN INTRO TO FOOTBALL FOR AGES 5-8, 7:30A.M.-10:30A.M., SKILLS AND DRILLS FOR AGES 9-17, 9:30A.M.-3P.M.  ALL CAMPERS WILL RECEIVE A FREE T-SHIRT, LUNCH AND DRINK.  AREA COLLEGE COACHES WILL ALSO BE ON SITE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 413-7683 OR VISIT WWW.ETEAMZ/IYFL.COM.

 

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