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MARCH 26, 2015

  1.          Dr. Lanita White, Pharm.D from the UAMS 12th Street & Wellness Center for "March Man-Ness." While this FREE health event focuses on Men's Health, Women are also invited to receive Blood Pressure Checks, Body Mass Index Estimates, Glucose and Cholesterol Screenings, Dental Screenings and Physical Examinations from 9am to 1pm. Males may also have blood drawn to check testosterone levels and Prostate Sensitive Antigen (PSA) for Prostate Cancer Screenings. A panel of health care professionals, pharmacists and physicians will be on hand to answer personal health questions. Saturday, March 28th from 9am-1pm at Saint Mark Baptist Church is at 5722 W. 12th street. For more information, visit http://www.healthon12th.uams.edu/ or call the UAMS 12th Street Health & Wellness Center at 501-614-2492.

  2.   Frederick Buffington, Writer; and cast members Bradley Gamble and Shmber Uzuh for #90Day Probation Stage Play. SoWright Production presents this full-length theatrical production that follows the life of Austin Montgomery.  The drama will allow you to view life from a male's perspective, as he deals with a tempting cycle of romantic relationships and a commitment to saving the future of MJ, his team's star quarter back. #90Day Probation will show, Thursday, April 2nd in the M.L. Harris Auditorium at Philander Smith College. 5:45 Red Carpet | 7pm show.  For tickets, visit www.90DayProbation.com.

  3.   Michal Harris, Ocie Hunter, Jr., Antonio Mosby with the LRFD, and Lieutenant Bernie Bowers, Jr. for the Little Rock Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. hosting the 70th Southwestern Province Council Regional Meeting & their various events throughout in the city in celebraiton of "100 Years and Building:  The Journey Continues." Most of these events will take place at the Downtown Marriott Hotel & Statehouse Convention Center, MARCH 26th-29th. 500 members will attend from Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, New Mexico, & Arkansas. 

    Thurs., March 26th | 7pm - FREE Public Meeting with keynote speaker, California State Assembly Member, Reginald Jones-Sawyer, Sr.  Various local leaders will be honored.

    Healthy Kappa's, Healthy Communities Initiative Health Fair (2-Days)
    Fri., March 27th | 10am-2pm
    Sat., March 28th | 9am-noon
    Provided will be FREE Medical Screenings, Services, and Health Information. (Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Glucose, Prostate, & more)

    Fri., March 27th | 10am-2pm | Dunbar Community Center, 1001 West 16th Street in LR. Emergency Support Responders will share information and job opportunities for the next generation of professionals. (Arms Services, FBI, LRPD, LRFD,  
    and more)

MARCH 19, 2015

  1. WITH THE ARKANSAS ENTERPRISES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED, MARY GILES, RECRUITING SUPERVISOR AND DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES, PATRICIA CURRY FOR "INDEPENDENCE DAYS."  THIS EVENT IS FOR PARENTS, GUARDIANS AND CAREGIVERS THAT HAVE CONCERNS WITH THE DEVELOPMENT AND INDEPENDENT SKILL LEVELS OF THEIR PRESCHOOL AGE CHILD.  THERE WILL BE INFORMATION AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS ATTENDEES CHILD'S SPECIAL NEEDS ALL IN AN EFFORT TO HELP THE CHILD GAIN THE SKILLS NECESSARY OR PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN READINESS.  THIS EVENT IS ALSO FOR ADULT WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITES AND/OR GUARDIANS OF ADULTS WITH DEVELOPMENT DISABILITIES.  THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GAIN KNOWLEDE ON HOW TO INITIATE AND/OR ACCESS THE SERVICES NEEDED TO IMPROVE THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.  "INDEPENDENCE DAYS" WILL BE MARCH 26 & 27, AT THE SAMMIE GAIL SANDERS RESOURCE CENTER, 1802 FRANKLIN ST., IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK, 9A.M.-2P.M.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.AEDDINC.ORG OR CALL MARY GILES AT (501) 666-0246 EXT. 110.
  2. JOHN TYNAN WITH CENTRAL ARKANSAS WATER (CAW) FOR FIX-A-LEAK WEEK.  FIX A LEAK WEAK IS A NATIONAL EFFORT TO REMIND INDIVIDUALS TO CHECK THEIR PLUMBING FIXTURES FOR LEAKS.  CAW IS ENCOURAGING CUSTOMERS TO; FIND AND FIX HOUSEHOLD LEAKS TO "NIP THE DRIP,"  CHECK FOR SILENT LEAKS IN THE TOILET AND AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEMS FOR WINTER DAMAGE, TWIST FAUCET VALVES, TIGHTEN PIPE CONNECTIONS, SECURE WATER HOSES TO SPIGOTS AND REPLACE OLD PLUMBING FIXTURES AND IRRIGATION CONTROLLERS THAT ARE WASTING WATER WITH WATERSENSE LABELED MODELS CERTIFIED TO USE LESS WATER AND PERFORM WELL. CAW WORKS WITH VOLUNTEER PLUMBERS TO PROVIDE LEAK REPAIR SERVICES TO A NUMBER OF PRE-SELECTED LOW INCOME OR ELDERLY CUSTOMERS THROUGHOUT LITTLE ROCK AND NORTH LITTLE ROCK.  THEY WILL ALSO BE PROVIDING PROMOTIONAL GIVEAWAYS SUCH AS LOW-FLOW SHOWERHEADS, FAUCET AERATORS AND TOILET LEAK DETECTION TABLETS AT ITS OFFICE IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.CARKW.COM, WWW.TWITTER.COM/CARKW AND WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/CENTRALARWATER.
  3. WITH THE AMERICAN LEGION POST #74, R.D. KINSEY, POST COMMANDER, POST HISTORIAN, CHARLES PERRY AND MICHAEL VANN JOHNSON JR. FOR THEIR 10th ANNUAL TRIBUTE TO FALLEN HEROES CEREMONY.  ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR IN IRAQ, AMERICAN LEGION POST #74 WILL HOLD THIS CEREMONY.  THEY ASK YOU TO ATTEND THE OBSERVANCES, HONORING THE MEMORY OF ALL ARKANSANS WHOM HAVE MADE AND PAID THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE OF THEIR LIFE AS A RESULT OF THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM.  ALL GOLD STAR FAMILIES ARE ALWAYS THEIR VERY SPECIAL GUESTS.  ALL RIDERS ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ANNUAL MOTORCADE THAT WILL ASSEMBLE AT THE POST'S HQ FOR HOT COFFEE AND DONUTS AT 7:30A.M., SATURDAY, MARCH 28, TO MOTORCADE TO SHERWOOD FOREST.  FOLLEWED BY THE 10th ANNUAL TRIBUTE TO FALLEN HEROES CEREMONY BEGINNING AT 11A.M. AT SHERWOOD FOREST, 1111 WEST MARYLAND AVENUE, IN SHERWOOD.    FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 374-9002 OR (501) 247-4765 OR EMAIL RDK52@HOTMAIL.COM.   

MARCH 12, 2015

  1. GREG HUNT, A LOCAL BUSINESS MAN WHO WAS DIAGNOSED WITH COLON CANCER, "FOR FIGHT NIGHT: KNOCKING OUT CANCER."  MARCH IS COLON CANCER AWARENESS MONTH.  COLORECTAL CANCER, OR COLON CANCER, OCCURS IN THE COLON OR RECTUM.  COLON CANCER AFFECTS MEN AND WOMEN OF ALL RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS, AND IS MOST OFTEN FOUND IN PEOPLE 50 YEARS OR OLDER.  IT IS THE 3RD MOST COMMON CANCER IN THE UNITED STATES, BEHIND ONLY LUNG AND PROSTATE CANCERS IN MEN AND LUNG AND BREAST CANCERS IN WOMEN, AND THE SECOND LEADING CAUSE OF CANCER DEATH.  SINCE BEING DIAGNOSED WITH COLON CANCER, MR. HUNT HAS BEEN ON A MISSION TO SPREAD AWARENESS ABOUT THE DISEASE, RAISE MONEY AND MORE.  #GHPrayFightWin HAS BECOME HIS OFFICIAL PLATFORM TO SPREAD AWARENESS ABOUT THE DISEASE AND TO ALSO RAISE MONEY FOR THE COLON CANCER ALLIANCE.  FIGHT NIGHT, HOSTED BY GREG AND HIS TEAM, WILL BE THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 5:30-7P.M., AT COUNTRY INN AND SUITES IN CONWAY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.GHPRAYFIGHTWIN.ORG.
  2. CORY ANDERSON, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE WINTHROP ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION, FOR FORWARD ARKANSAS.  FORWARD IS A PARTNERSHIP OF PARENTS, EDUCATION, BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS COMMITTED TO IMPROVING PUBLIC EDUCATION IN ARKANSAS.  FORWARD SEEKS TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGIC PLAN FOR P-16 EDUCATION BY ARKANSANS FOR ARKANSANS.  THE FORWARD STEERING COMMITTEE IS ENCOURAGING ARKANSANS TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK ABOUT THE STATE'S EDUCATION SYSTEM THROUGH ITS ONLINE SURVEYS.  MORE THAN 6,500 ARKANSANS HAVE COMPLETED SURVEYS TO DATE.  THE PUBLIC CAN ACCESS THE COMMUNITY SURVEY IN SPANISH OR ENGLISH AT FORWARDARKANSAS.ORG THROUGH THE END OF FEBRUARY.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.FORWARDARKANSAS.ORG.
  3. PASTOR GLEN HERSESY, FROM ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH FOR THE 14th ANNUAL OPERATION IMPACT.  ST. MARK CHURCH AND ARKANSAS BAPTIST COLLEGE PARTNERED TO PROVIDE RESOURCES TO THE COMMUNITY, LIKE CLOTHES, BOOKS, TOYS AND MORE.  THIS EVENT WILL BE SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 9A.M.-1P.M., AT WRIGHT AVENUE AND MLK DR., IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.SMARK.ORG OR WWW.ARKANASASBAPTIST.EDU.
  4. KASEY SUMMERVILLE, PRESIDENT OF ARKANSAS DEMOCRATIC BLACK CAUCUS (ADBC) & REPRESENTATIVE REGINALD MURDOCK, HONORARY CHAIR, FOR THE 11th ANNUAL KING-KENNEDY DINNER.  OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE MADE SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THEIR COMMUNITIES AND STATE WLL BE HONORED.  KEYNOTE SPEAKER WILL BE DR. GWENDOLYN BOYD, PRESIDENT OF ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY.  THIS DINNER WILL BE TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 7P.M., AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER.  FOR TICKETS: VISIT WWW.EVENTBRITE.ORG  AND FOR MORE INFORMATION  ON THE ORGANIZATION VISIT: WWW.ARDEMOCRATICBLACKCAUCUS.ORG OR CALL KASEY SUMMERVILLE AT (870) 403-6187.

FEBRUARY 26, 2013

  1. THERESA TIMMONS FOR THE 11th ANNUAL UAMS MIDSOUTH SUMMIT BLACK EXPO.  HONORING BLACK HISTORY MONTH, THIS EXPO WILL SHOWCASE OVER 100 CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL EXHIBITS, MINORITY BUSINESSES, HEALTH AND EDUCATION INFORMATION AND SCREENINGS, ENTERTAINMENT, VOTER EDUCATION, TAX PREPARATION, EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND FASHION, ALL AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER IN LITTLE ROCK.  THE EXPO WILL KICK OFF WITH A PRAYER BREAKFAST, FOLLOWED BY THE FINALS OF THE BLACK HISTORY QUIZ BOWL.  THE MIDSOUTH SUMMIT BLACK EXPO IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC AND WILL BE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 9A.M.-3P.M., AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER, 10800 COLONEL GLENN ROAD.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THERESA TIMMONS AT 000(501) 804-0669 OR VISIT WWW.MIDSOUTHSUMMITBLACKEXPO.EVENTBRITE.COM.
  2. ANTOWONETT PARKS AND VEKISSA WILSON WITH THE CENTRAL ARKANSAS ALUMNAE CHAPTER (CAAC) OF DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC, FOR THEIR "REAL-TALK SYMPOSIUM: DADS ARE DYNAMIC."  A NUMBER OF YOUNG GIRLS STRUGGLE WITH SELF-ESTEEM AND IDENTITY ISSUES.  IN AN EFFORT TO COMBAT THIS TREND AND DISCOVER SOLUTIONS TO HELP HEAL BROKEN BONDS, CAAC IS TAKING AN ACTIVE STAND BY REACHING OUT TO PROMINENT, AFRICAN-AMERICAN FATHERS IN THE COMMUNITY.  ALONG WITH YOUNG GIRLS IN THE COMMUNITY, THESE FATHERS WILL SERVE AS EXPERT PANELISTS TO DISCUSS RELEVANT ISSUES THAT INFLUENCE THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS.  THEIR GOAL IS TO ENCOURAGE FATHERS AND "FATHER-FIGURES" TO BECOME MORE ACTIVE IN THE LIVES OF THEIR DAUGHTERS AS THEY STRIVE TO GAIN MORE SELF-CONFIDENCE.  THIS EVENT WILL BE AT THE WILLIE L. HINTON NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCE CENTER, 3805 W. 12th ST., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 11A.M.-1P.M.  IN ADDITION TO THE SYMPOSIUM, CAAC WILL HOST A DADS ARE DYNAMIC: ETIQUETTE CLASS AND DINNER AS A FINALE EVENT ON MAY 30.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL LAWANDA HUNTER AT (501) 425-5797.
  3. CHARLES STEWART WITH THE ARKANSAS BLACK HALL OF FAME.  IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ARKANSAS BLACK HALL OF FAME AND THE CITY OF LITTLE ROCK, THE CLINTON FOUNDATION WILL HOST A STUDENT PROGRAM THAT WILL ENGAGE AND INSPIRE.  THIS YEAR'S FEATURED SPEAKER IS DR. ROBERT L. WILLIAMS II.  DIR WILLIAMS IS A PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF PSYCHOLOGY AND AFRICAN AND AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES AT THE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS AND A PROMINENT FIGURE IN THE HISTORY OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGY.  HE IS WELL KNOWN AS THE STALWART CRITIC OF RACIAL AND CULTURAL BIASES IN IQ TESTING, FOR COINING THE WORD "EBONICS" IN 1973.  HE WAS A FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BLACK PSYCHOLOGISTS AND A 2011 INDUCTEE INTO THE ARKANSAS BLACK HALL OF FAME.  THIS PROGRAM WILL BE FEBRUARY 27, IN THE CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL CENTER GREAT HALL, 6P.M., AND IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC BUT RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.  TO RSVP, PLEASE EMAIL LREVENT@CLINTONFOUNDATION.ORG OR CALL (501) 748-0425.

 

THE BROADWAY JOE TALK SHOW IS BROADCAST LIVE THURSDAY MORNINGS AT 9A.M. ON 1021 KOKY AND RE-BROADCAST SATURDAY MORNINGS AT 6A.M. ON

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