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APRIL 17, 2014

  1. DR. JOHN MILLER, PRESIDENT OF 100 BLACK MEN OF GREATER LITTLE ROCK FOR THE 1st ANNUAL MENTORING ACROSS A LIFETIME LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE, "UNDERSTAND WHAT MENTORING IS ALL ABOUT!"  THE PURPOSE OF THE CONFERENCE IS TO PROVIDE TRAINING FOR YOUTH AND ADULTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT BEING AN EFFECTIVE LEADER AND MENTOR AND THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING MENTORED.  THERE ARE 3 TRAINING TRACKS: A. YOUTH 14-21 B. YOUNG ADULTS 21-35 C.OLDER ADULTS 35+.  IN ADDITION TO THE TRAINING SESSIONS, THEY WILL HOST A ROUNDTABLE PANEL DISCUSSION DURING THE LUNCH HOUR WITH LOCAL LEADERS COMMITTED TO COMMUNITY SERVICE.  THIS EVENT IS FREE OF CHARGE TO THE PUBLIC, BUT DUE TO LIMITED SPACE, AN RSVP IS ENCOURAGED.  THE CONFERENCE WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 9A.M. - 3P.M., AT THE DOUBLETREE HOTEL, 424 W. MARKHAM ST., IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION AND/OR TO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE WWW.100BLACKMENGLR.COM.
  2. DR. I.J. ROUTEN FOR THE 4th ANNUAL ARTISTRY IN THE ROCK.  THIS ANNUAL 4-DAY FUNDRAISER FEATURES CHOIRS, BANDS, DANCE, JAZZ AND MORE TO BENEFIT PROGRAMS AND SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT.  THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL CONCERT MONDAY, APRIL 21, LEADING UP TO THE 3 DAY SHOWCASE.  MONDAY'S CONCERT WILL BE AT THE AFTERTHOUGHT AND FEATURE DR. I.J. ROUTEN.  ADMISSION IS $10 WITH PROCEEDS GOING TO DR. MORRIS J. HOLMES' ARTISTRY IN THE ROCK SCHOLARSHIP FUND WHICH WILL AWARD A DESERVING STUDENT ON FRIDAY.  WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY, APRIL 23-25 THERE WILL BE A SHOWCASE OF NEARLY 300 PIECES OF ARTWORK CREATED BY STUDENTS ALONG WITH STUDENTS PERFORMANCES.  FRIDAY EVENING AT 5:30P.M. THERE WILL BE AN ADULT RECEPTION FEATURING JAZZ PERFORMANCES BY DR. DANNY FLETCHER AND JAZZ R US, ALONG WITH A SILENT AUCTION OF STUDENT AND TEACHER ARTWORK WITH PROCEEDS BENEFITING THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND.  ALL EVENTS ARE FREE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.LRSD.ORG.
  3. FRANCINE LEON AND MINISTER SHEREE EVANS HOLMES FOR THE 2nd ANNUAL YOUTH EXPLOSION, A.P.O.L.L.O. UNLEASHED (ASCENDING PRAISES OUTWARDLY LAUDING LORD ON HIGH) "WHERE THE SOLDIERS AT? JESUS WANTS YOU!"  THIS EVENT IS TO PROMOTE AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE OF CHRIST AMONG YOUTH AND UNITY AMONG YOUTH IN THE COMMUNITY.  THEY WANT TO INSTILL SELF CONFIDENCE IN YOUTH NO MATTER WHAT THEIR LOCATION AND LET THEM KNOW THEY CAN BE SUCCESSFUL AND PRODUCTIVE AS LONG AS THEY GET ON GOD'S TEAM.  THIS EVENT WILL BE APRIL 19, 5P.M., AT THE BRINKLEY CONVENTION CENTER.

APRIL 10, 2014

  1. SGT. WILLIE DAVIS WITH THE LITTLE ROCK POLICE DEPT. AND VERNETA PEASTER WITH ARM OF PEACE FUNERAL HOME FOR "BEFORE THE CASKET...AGAIN!", REAL TESTIMONIES OF LIVING HOMICIDE VICTIMS.  THIS IS THE 3RD ANNUAL PRESENTATION OF THIS EVENT GEARED TO GIVE THE COMMUNITY A DETAILED DESCRIPTION ON THE EFFECT THAT HOMICIDES HAVE ON THE REMAINING FAMILY MEMBERS OF BOTH THE VICTIM AND THE PERPETRATOR.  THERE PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO INITIATE AN OPEN AND CANDID DIALOGUE ABOUT THE VALUE OF A LIFE, IF WE ARE TO WORK TOWARD ELIMINATING SENSELESS DEATHS.  THEIR HOPE IS TO ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO COMMIT A NON-VIOLENT APPROACH TO RESOLVING CONFLICT AND TO VALIDATE THEIR COMMITMENT BY HAVING THEM SIGN A "RESOLUTION" STATING THEIR PLEDGE TO REFRAIN FROM VIOLENCE.  "BEFORE THE CASKET...AGAIN!", WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 11A.M., AT PILGRIM VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH, 1821 WOLFE ST., IN LITTLE ROCK.  YOU ARE ASKED TO PLEASE BRING AND SHARE OBITUARIES OF LOVED ONES LOST TO VIOLENCE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL SGT. WILLIE DAVIS AT (501) 351-4161 OR VISIT WWW.OKPROGRAMOFLITTLEROCK.ORG.
  2. ALBERT JONES, COREY JOHNSON, RAMONA ANDERSON AND RICKY BONE FOR THE SPRING FARMERS AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE, "SUSTAINING RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LOCAL FOOD SUPPLY," PRESENTED BY THE ARKANSAS LAND AND FARM DEVELOPMENT.  REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE UNITED STATES DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE'S NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION SERVICE, FARM SERVICE AGENCY, RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND STRIKE FORCE WILL ADDRESS PROGRAMS THAT ARE AVAILABLE FOR SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGE AND LIMITED RESOURCE RANCHERS AND FARMERS.  THE ARKANSAS FORESTRY COMMISSION HAS SCHEDULED AN OUTREACH COORDINATOR TO ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE TO OUTLINE PROGRAMS THEY HAVE AVAILABLE.  THIS CONFERENCE WILL BE FRIDAY, APRIL 16, AT ARKANSAS BAPTIST COLLEGE.  TO REGISTER OR TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CONFERENCE VISIT HTTP://ALFDC.WEBS.COM OR CALL (870) 734-1140.
  3. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE ARKANSAS MINORITY HEALTH COMMISSION, IDONIA TROTTER, FOR THE 3rd BIENNIAL ARKANSAS MINORITY HEALTH SUMMIT, " THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF HEALTH DISPARITIES: THE COST YOU PAY."  THE ARKANSAS MINORITY HEALTH COMMISSION HOSTS THE SUMMIT EVERY OTHER YEAR, TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE STATE OF MINORITIES' HEALTH IN ARKANSAS AND NATIONAL HEALTH TRENDS.  THE SUMMIT INCLUDES A PLENARY SESSION ABOUT HEALTH DISPARITIES, BREAKFAST, LUNCH, BREAKOUT WORKSHOPS AND HEALTH-RELATED VENDOR BOOTHS.  DR. JOYCELYN ELDERS, FORMER U.S. SURGEON GENERAL, WILL SERVE AS THE HONORARY CHAIR OF THE SUMMIT WHILE ARKANSAS GOVERNOR MIKE BEEBE WILL PROVIDE THE OPENING REMARKS AND GUEST PANELISTS WILL INCLUDE, DR. BRIAN SMEDLEY, DR. MICK TILFORD AND DR. DARRELL GASKIN, AND THE GUEST MODERATOR WILL BE NATIONAL JOURNALIST T.J.HOLMES.  THE SUMMIT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, BUT YOUR MUST RSVP.  THE HEALTH SUMMIT WILL BE, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 8A.M. -5P.M., AT PHILANDER SMITH COLLEGE, IN THE KENDALL SCIENCE & HEALTH MISSION CENTER ATRIUM.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.ARMINORITYHEALTHSUMMIT.COM.

 

APRIL 3, 2014

  1. ANGELETTA GILES (MOTHER TO 6-YEAR-OLD LONDON) AND DENISE ENNET (MOTHER TO 5-YEAR-OLD CAMERON), BOTH MOTHERS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM FOR (1) "JUMP FOR AUTISM RESEARCH" AND (2) DID YOU KNOW SERIES: A PARENT'S PROSPECTIVE, UNDERSTANDING AUTISM,  EFFORTS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS FOR AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH.  AS THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM CONTINUES TO RISE, IT IS INVALUABLE THAT WE ALL LEARN WHAT AUTISM LOOKS LIKE AND HOW TO NOT JUST LIVE WITH IT, BUT TO ACCEPT IT AS A PART OF THE NEW "NORM". 
    • "JUMP FOR AUTISM RESEARCH" IS A FUNDRAISER TO HELP LITTLE LONDYN AND LONDYN'S LEAGUE.  THIS EVENT WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 9A.M. - 11P.M., AT THE ALTITUDE TRAMPOLINE PARK.  TO JOIN LONDYN'S LEAGUE VISIT WWW.WALKNOWFORAUTISMPEAKS.ORG/ARKANSAS LONDYNSLEAGUE@GMAIL.COM  OR TEXT @LONDYN TO (501)377-9974. 
    • DID YOU KNOW SERIES: A PARENT'S PROSPECTIVE...UNDERSTANDING AUTISM WILL BE A DISCUSSION ON AUTISM AND THE IMPORTANCE OF EARLY DETECTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION.  THIS EVENT WILL BE APRIL 5, AT PYRAMID ART, BOOKS & CUSTOM FRAMING, 1001 WRIGHT AVE., SUITE C, WITH DENISE ENNETT AS THE MODERATOR.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT CHASINGCAMERON02@GMAIL.COM OR CALL 817-894-4628.
  2. MISTY HARP WITH THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR THEIR 2014 EDUCATOR CAREER FAIR.  THIS EVENT PROVIDES VALUABLE INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE TO CURRENT TEACHERS, TEACHERS INTERESTED IN RETURNING TO THE CLASSROOM AND INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN ARKANSAS TEACHER.  ATTENDEES WILL LEARN ABOUT EARNINIG AN ADVANCED DEGREE, RENEWING AN EXPIRED ARKANSAS TEACHING LICENSE, OBTAINING AN EDUCATOR LICENSE THROUGH NON-TRADITIONAL ROUTES AND MUCH MORE.  THE EDUCATOR CAREER FAIR WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 9A.M. - NOON, AT THE METROPLEX/TEAM SUMMIT EVENT CENTER.  REGISTRATION IS FREE AND STRONGLY ENCOURAGED AT WWW.TEACHARKANSAS.EVENTBRITE.COM.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 682-6349.
  3. MEMBERS OF THE LITTLE ROCK ALUMNAE CHAPTER OF DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC., PRES. CRYSTAL BARKER AND DAWN VINSON FOR THE 41st ANNUAL "DELTA PRESENTS".  THE DELTA PRESENTS PROGRAM WAS DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE AND AIDE COLLEGE-BOUND MALE SENIORS TO ACHIEVE HIGHER EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS.  THE PROGRAM WILL HIGHLIGHT THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF 31 OUTSTANDING YOUNG MEN FROM LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS AND 1 HOME SCHOOLED INDIVIDUAL. DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. WILL AWARD OVER $20,000 IN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS.  QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WERE RECOMMENDED BY HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELORS BASED ON THE APPLICANT'S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS, COMMUNITY SERVICE, ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES.  THE AWARDS PROGRAM WILL BE SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 5P.M., AT THE UALR PERFORMING ARTS THEATRE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 374-8166.

 

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