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May 28, 2015

  1. Micah Johnson, Director of Coaching for the Central Arkansas Alliance for Summer Soccer Camp.  The Central Arkansas Alliance Football Club presents Summer Soccer Camp, Monday-Thursday, June 8th-11th at Centennial Sports Complex, 2951 South 1st Street in Cabot. Registration for ages 4-7:  9am-10:30am | Early Registration $75 ($85 day of event).  Ages 8 & up: 5:30pm-8:30pm | Early Registration $150 ($160 day of event).   To register or obtain more information, visit www.sports.bluesombrero.com/caafc/ or call 903.316.5129 or email cabotregistrar@yahoo.com.  You can also follow CAAFC online:  Facebook.com/centralarkansasalliance or Twitter.com/CAAFC_ or Instagram.com/Caafc_
  1. Katherine Donaldson, Executive Director at Coalition For A Tobacco Free Arkansas (CTFA) for World No Tobacco Day’s No Menthol Sunday.  No Menthol Sunday is an extension of World No Tobacco Day, which is May 31st.  CTFA is working with the National African-American Tobacco Prevention Network (NAAPTN).  The goal of this National effort is to encourage you to say “No” to the sale of mentholated and candy-flavored tobacco products.  Adding menthol to cigarettes makes smoking easier to start and harder to quit.  According to NAAPTN, by adding menthol flavoring, tobacco companies have successfully recruited both youth and marginalizes populations.  Studies show that placing a ban on menthol may save lives and prevent 9 million people from starting to smoke.   For more information on how you can participate in No Menthol Sunday, call 501-687-0345 or visit www.ARfreshair.com.
  1. Aneesha Dawan and Daniel Robinson for the Dollars Making Sense Community Enrichment Program launched by Arvest Bank.  Program components include the Economic Empowerment Workshop Series, a college scholarship for graduating high school seniors, as will as sponsorship opportunities for community based and nonprofit organizations.  Arvest has also launched a new web portal, www.arvestgivesback.com to connect individuals with information vital to building wealth and financial independence.  Two upcoming workshops will be held: (1) Wed., June 4th at 6pm at Greater Second Baptist Church, 5616 Geyer Springs Road, LR; and (2) Sat., June 20th at 11:30am at the Juneteenth Celebration, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, 501 West 9th Street, LR.  For more information on Dollars Making Sense and more upcoming events, call Kyle Proctor 501.379.7637 or email Kproctor@arvest.com.

May 21, 2015

  1. Evangeline Parker-Guest, Founder and the 2014 Miss Teen Promise Quiaria Holloway for the 18th Annual Miss Teen Promise.  Miss Teen Promise provides life skills to Arkansas females.  It teaches them to be more positive, poised, professional, productive, and polished young ladies.  It also awards scholarships and supports their higher education goals. The 18th Annual Miss Teen Promise Female Preparatory & Scholarship Program is currently open for registration.  Enter by June 1, 2015 with Code CC2015 to be entered into a Early Registration Prize Award Drawing! (Value $100). To register, visit www.missteenpromise.com or call 501-353-0009.
      • Little Rock Workshops
        • June 6 & 20
        • July 11 & 25
        • August 8
      • Scholarship Awards Program
        • August 22 and September 12
  2. Lecole White, Manager for Arkansas Foster Family Services (A Division of Children & Family Services). Foster care is temporary and not a long term commitment.  DCFS welcomes families that have a desire to work with children and their biological parents to apply.  Applicants must be 21 years old. Couples or singles may apply. Must submit a background check and be healthy enough to take care of a child. Must have a physical examination, have adequate space in your home and more.  DCFS is currently accepting donations at every DHS office across the state for essential items children need when they first enter care, such as toothbrushes, lotion, and clothing. For more information, visit www.FosterArkansas.org or call 501-682-6812
  3. Richard Tatum for Celebrate Recovery (CR) First NLR.  CR is a Christ-centered place of recovery and support where the Holy Spirit works in us as we work to gain freedom from our issues. They aim to build healthy, loving and supportive relationships and networks with one another.  As well as implementing into their lives principles designed to keep them free of afflictions as they journey to the road to recovery. 
    • Afflictions may include: substance abuse, depression, anxiety, isolation, abuse: verbal, emotional, & physical, sexual addictions, stress, anger/rage, financial issues, gambling, guilt & shame, eating disorder, perfectionism, low self-worth, marriage/relationship issues, co-dependency, isolation, and anything that holds us back or down.  For more information on Celebrate Recovery First NLR, visit www.crfirstnlr.com, Facebook.com/crfirstnlr, Twitter:  @cfrfirstnlr and Instagram: @crfirstnlr

 

 

May 14, 2015

  1. Frank "Penny" Edwards of the Real Cowboy Association and Little Rock Cowboy "Wefus" for the 5th Annual Little Rock Black Rodeo.  "The Baddest Show on Dirt" will be held, Saturday, May 16th with a Tailgate Party at 3:30pm and the show at 7:30pm.  Featured musical guests will be The Bar-Kays.  You'll get a chance to see some Calf-Roping, Barrel Racing, Barback Bronc Riding, Cowgirl's Barrel Racing, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, and Bull Riding. Tickets are still available at the Arkansas State Fair Complex Box Office, Ugly Mike's, Uncle T's, and Ticketmaster.  For more information, call 903-753-3165 or visit www.realcowboyassociation.com or visit them on Facebook or Twitter.
  2. Janice Hobson and Toni Foy for the 11th Annual Valentine/Wooten Road Day/Parade (Dick Jeter Day).  This annual event will be held, Saturday, May 23rd with a Parade kicking off at 10am at Mt. Araratt Church, 5417 Valentine Road on Jacksonville. The festivities will take place at 4621 Dick Jeter Park Loop with games, music, entertainment, food, and more!  For more information, call 501-773-6999.
  3. Dr. Krameelah Banks of Arkansas Behavioral Center for the 3rd Annual Mental Health Fair.  In honor of Mental Health Awareness, this free event will be held Saturday, May 16th from 11am-3pm at 9101 Kanis Road in Little Rock.  Provided will be Health Screenings, Live Entertainment, Razorbacks Past and Present, Ask-the-Athlete, Kids Jump Zone, Obstacle Course, Face Painting, and a Live Broadcast with Broadway Joe and Power 92.  For more information, visit www.ARBehavioralCenter.com.
  4. Coaches Reginald Hayman and Bernard Bracely from the Independent Youth Football League (IYFL) for the Central Arkansas Combine 2015.  The IYFL presents this Combine, Saturday, May 16th form 11am-1pm at Little Rock Central High School Quigley Cox Stadium, 1500 Park Street.  The check-in time is from 10am-10:45am and the cost of the camp is $20.  Attending Colleges:  Alcorn State University, Arkansas Baptist Junior College, Blaine Junior College, Coffeyville Junior College, Harding University, Henderson State, Praire View A&M University, UAPB, UCA, U of A, University of Memphis, and Ouachita Baptist.  For more information, call 501-541-9125 or 501-690-6527. 

 

May 7, 2015

 

  1. Miriam Karanja and Kevin Holmes with the Arkansas Cancer Coalition.  May is Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month.  Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that comes from the cells in the skin that produce pigment called melanocytes.  It is potentially a deadly skin cancer, killing more young women than any other cancer. One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer.  One person  dies every hour from skin cancer in the USA.  More than 1 million people will be diagnosed each year. 
    • Colorectal cancer is cancer that occurs in the colon or rectum.  Sometimes it's called colon cancer, for short.  The colon is the large intestine or large bowel.  The rectum is the passageway that connects the colon to the anus.  Men in general are more likely to develop colon cancer, or at later stages. Some factors that may contribute to an increase risk are alcohol consumption, tobacco use, overweight and obesity, and more.
    • Breast cancer is a disease in which cells in the body grow out of control.  When cancer starts in the breast, it's called breast cancer.  Except for skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women.
    • For more information on Skin, Colorectal, or Breast cancer, visit www.ARCancerCoalition.com.
  2. Tara Shepard of Black Women Helping Black Women, LaKisha Johnson of Sickle Cell Support Services (SCSS), and Kimberly Lee of Bank of Little Rock (BLR) for the Purses & Empowerment Series "How to Become a CEO."  Black Women Helping Black Women partnered with the Philander Smith College Social Justice Institute to present this FREE event, Saturday, May 9th from 12 Noon - 2pm at Philander Smith College with guest speakers Carmen Parks, Senior Membership Recruiter of the LR Chamber of Commerce; LaKisha Johnson, CEO of SCSS, and Kimberly Lee, Assistant Branch Manager of BLR. For more information, call 501-838-8448.
  3. Rhonda Aaron, Founder of Sister Friends United, Inc. and Comedian Nate Williams for the 8th Annual Women of Excellence Awards and Scholarship Banquet.  Five  outstanding women in the community in the areas of Business, Media, Education, Health/Social Service, and Religion.  The honorees are Tjuana Byrd - Business; KOKY's Sonta James - Media; Dr. Rhonda Mattox - Health/Social Service; Dr. Jennifer Johnson - Religion; and Trina Coleman - Education.  The formal red carpet event will be held Saturday, May 9th with a 6pm reception and 7pm ceremony at the NLR Wyndham Riverfront Hotel in the Silver City Ball Room.  For ticket information, visit www.eventbrite.com or call 501-7861801. 

 

April 30, 2015

  1. Dino Davis with Quality Living Center (QLC) for the 4th Annual Spring Fest. QLC Alumni hosts this event, Saturday, May 2nd from 12 noon - 6pm at 4201 Asher Ave. in Little Rock.  The purpose is to bring awareness to substance abuse. The day will be filled with Food, Fun, and Live Entertainment from various local artists and comedians including Rodney Block, Tim Anthony, Comedian Ken Bright, and more!  For more information on the 4th Annual Spring Fest, Call 501-663-3490 or visit www.qualitylivingcenter.net.
    • Established in 2002, QLC is a multi-unit facility providing substance abuse treatment serviced with accommodation for 20 women and 75 men. 
  2. Gary Casey with Life Skills for Youth (LSY) and Bryan Miller with Pulaski County Youth Services (PCYS) for Alcohol Awareness Month.  April is Alcohol Awareness Month and the Division of Behavioral Health Services, Prevention Services partnered with community organizations that include LSY and PCYS to launch a statewide initiative to reduce underage drinking and prescription drug abuse.  The initiative is entitled
    "Drinks, Drugs, Nah" is a prevention-focused, youth-centric, outreach initiative that will be spearheaded by local youth, non-profit organizations, faith based groups and community leaders.  For more information, visit www.takeactionAR.com or call 501-686-9164.
  3. Sarah Thomas and Yana-Janell Scott for the 10th Annual Dinner on the Grounds with "A Walk in the Park" hosted by Our House.  The celebration will be held, Friday, May 1st at 6:30pm on the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Center and Park.  Darrin and Nicole Williams are the Co-Chairs of this spring soiree with over 500 guests expected to attend.  Festivities include dinner, live music, tasty treats from local vendors, games and more!  For ticket information, call 501-374-7383, extension 228 or visit www.ourhouseshelter.org.  Proceeds support Our House programs and services, furthering its mission to empower working homeless and near-homeless families and individuals to overcome a life of poverty.
    • Our House empowers homeless and near-homeless families and individuals to succeed in the workforce, in school, and in life through hard work, wise decision-making, and active participation in the community.
  4. Michael Cooper, co-founder and a member of the legendary 70's funk group Con Funk Shun.  Cooper is in town for the fundraiser benefit for Arkansas Baptist College Supper & Soul, held Thursday, April 30th at the Metroplex Event Center in Little Rock.  A cocktail reception & silent auction will be at 6pm | Dinner & Show featuring Con Funk Shun will be from 7pm-1am. Con Funk Shun has new music!  The new CD "More Than Love" is available at iTunes, Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com and ConFunkShunUSA.com.

APRIL 23, 2015

  1. Lena Moore, Deputy Executive Director of the Clinton Presidential Center for the exhibit "Dinosaurs Around the World."  This is the global premiere of the new temporary exhibit that will have 13 life-sized roaring, breathing dinosaurs. Guests can take a journey and witness the evolution of hundreds of species of dinosaurs and more!  "Dinosaurs Around the World" exhibit opens Saturday, April 25th and will be on display through October.  The Clinton Center is open Monday-Saturday from 9am until 5pm | Sundays 1 t0 5pm.  For ticket information, visit www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org/.
  2. Dr. John Miller, President of 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock for the 2nd Annual Mentoring Across a Lifetime Leadership Conference.  100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock partnered with Shorter College to host this event  on "Understanding What Mentoring is All About."  The  conference  takes place Saturday, April 25th from 9am-1:30pm at Shorter College, 604 N. Locust Street in LR.  Lunch will be provided.  Youth and adults are invited to this FREE event, but you must RSVP.  To RSVP, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2nd-annual-mentoring-across-a-lifetime-conference-tickets-16231388520. To learn more about 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock, visit www.littlerock100.wix.com/blackmen.  To learn more about Shorter College, visit www.shortercollege.edu.
  3. Dr. Fitz Hill, President of Arkansas Baptist College for the 2015 Supper & Soul Gala.  This annual fundraiser for Arkansas Baptist College will be Thursday, April 30th at the Metroplex Event Center in Little Rock.  A cocktail reception & silent auction will be at 6pm | Dinner & Show from 7pm-1am.  Musical entertainment will be legendary 70's funk group Con Funk Shun. All proceeds benefit Arkansas Baptist College Capital Campaign Fund.  For tickets, call 501-420-1206.  To learn more about Arkansas Baptist College, visit www.arkansasbaptist.edu.
  4. Red for the Blues on the River Weekend 2015.  This year Blues on the River will take place on the North side for 2-Days of Fun, Music, and Food Food Food!  This annual event will be Friday-Saturday, April 24th and 25th at the North Shore Riverwalk.  Entertainment will be provided by Sir Charles, Lacee, Calvin Richardson, Denise LaSalle, Lenny Williams, Terry Wright, J-Won, Shirley Jones, the Jay Jackson Band, Ms. Jody, and Mel Waiters.  For tickets, call 501-779-4676 or visit www.eventsarkansas.com or go to the ticket outlets:  (LR) Uncle T's, Ugly Mike's, Norrison Furniture, Butler's Furniture, and Fingerlicken Soul Food Restaurant; (NLR) Lindsey's BBQ, Stevie's Fish & Chicken, and Butler's Furniture; (Pine Bluff) Record Rack. 
      • Friday - Gates open at 5pm.  Show starts at 6pm.
      • Saturday - Gates open at 2pm. Show starts at 3pm.
          • You can bring: lawn chairs, blankets, cameras (still photography), light jackets, umbrella for rain
          • Must bring photo I.D. & be 21 or older to drink
          • Security will be strictly enforced by the LRPD
          • All bags & persons are subject to search
          • Beer, Soda, Mixed Drinks will be sold.

 APRIL 16, 2015

  1. Tyler Lindsey with the Arkansas Foodbank and Anton & Jillian Janik, Honorary Chairs for the 13th Annual 'Empty Bowls' Dinner & Charity Auction.  Artists and local chefs from your favorite restaurants come together to fight hunger, Thursday, April 23rd from 5:30pm-9:30pm at Next Level Events in Union Station near Downtown Little Rock. Around 19 various restaurants are participating, some of which includes:  Beef O'Brady's, Local Lime, Taziki's Mediterranean Café, Trio's, YaYa's Euro Bistro and more!  Silent and live auctions will feature original art, signature bowls signed by Former President Bill Clinton, current and former governors of Arkansas, and U or A Head Football Coach Bret Bielema, just to name a few.  The "Full Glasses" Afterparty will take place at 7:30pm with featured entertainment, Rodney Block.  For tickets and more information, visit www.arkansasfoodbank.org.
  2. Sue Tull, Executive Director of the Arkansas Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and LuAnne Seay, Co-Chair for the 2015 JDRF "Imagine Gala."  The event takes place, Saturday, April 25th from 6pm-11pm at the Statehouse Convention Center with Fox 16 news anchor Kevin Kelly as the emcee.  Entertainment provided by The Groan Ups.  Melissa & Martin Thoma, co-founders of Thoma Thoma will be honored with the 2015 Living & Giving Award.  The JDRF Gala is held to raise funds for diabetes research and to further increase public education and awareness for diabetes.  For more information on the Gala or the JDRF, call 501-217-0321 or visit, www.greaterarkansas.jdrf.org
  3. Dr. I. J. Routen for the 5th Annual Artistry in the Rock hosted by the Little Rock School District.  This 3-day annual fundraiser takes place Tuesday-Thursday, April 21st-23rd at the Metroplex Event Center, 10800 Colonel Glenn Road in LR. This event is a celebration and showcase of LRSD student talent in performing and visual arts. Three Concerts & Silent Auction Fundraiser of student and faculty artwork, as well as donations from local businesses will be Thursday night from 6pm-9pm.  Voices Without Borders, the district elementary honors ensemble, will present AFRICA: From Whence We Came and jazz renderings for the district faculty will conclude the 3-day celebration of arts in public education.  *All proceeds from the silent auction benefit graduation seniors planning to major in the arts or art education at a college or university.  For more information, visit www.lrsd.org or call 501-447-1030.
  4. Danna Dossett, Director of Community Programs for the City of Little Rock and Gary Casey, Life Skills for Youth for the "Big Catch" Community Kids Fishing Fair.  This event will be Saturday, April 18th from 10am-3pm at MacArthur Park, 9th and McAlmont Street in Little Rock.  Registration starts at 9:30am.  The first 150 who register will get a free t-shirt. Enjoy food, a Live DJ, door prizes, carnival games, bouncers, and more! Adults must have a child to participate.  Don't forget to bring your own bait and tackle. All game and fish rules will be followed.  (Cane Pole Only before 3pm | Rod and Reel after 3pm This is sponsored by the City of LR, Game & Fish Commission, Life Skills for YOUTH (LSY) and LR Parks & Recreation.  For more information, email todayzmedia@gmail.com or Like em' on Facebook: The Big Catch Fishing Derby.

APRIL 9,2015

  1. TERI TODD WITH THE CHI ETA OMEGA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC., FOR THEIR 4th ANNUAL BROWN GIRLS ROCK VIP HONORS.  THIS EVENT HONORS INFLUENTIAL WOMEN OF COLOR MAKING SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS TO SOCIETY.  THE 2015 HONOREES HAVE DEMONSTRATED OUTSTANDING SERVICE IN THE AREAS OF EDUCATIONAL ENRICHMENT, HEALTH PROMOTION, FAMILY STRENGTHENING, ENVIRONMENTAL OWNERSHIP AND GLOBAL IMPACT.  THIS YEAR'S HONOREES INCLUDE; SERICIA COLE, DR. ABEER WASHINGTON, DR. ANDREA STEWART, ROSALIND BREWER, MORADEUN OGUNLANA AND KORTO MOMULU-BRIGGS.  IN ADDITION TO HONORING THESE WOMEN, THE CHAPTER WILL AWARD THE DR. PHILLIS NICHOLS ANDERSON FAITH BASED SCHOLARSHIP TO AREA STUDENTS.  BROWN GIRLS ROCK WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 11, AT THE RON ROBINSON THEATER, 100 RIVER MARKET AVE., IN LITTLE ROCK.  THERE WILL BE A RECEPTION STARTING AT 6:15P.M. AND THE PROGRAM WILL BEGIN AT 7P.M.  REGISTRATION IS FREE!  FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 584-3947 OR VISIT WWW.AKA-CHIETAOMEGA.ORG.
  2. DR. PAULA FLETCHER AND DR. RHONDA MATTOX FOR SHORTER COLLEGE'S PRESENTATION OF "LOOK INSIDE-TEST YOUR MOOD" DEPRESSION WORKSHOP.  APRIL IS ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH AND NATIONAL ALCOHOL SCREENING DAY IS BEING OBSERVED ON APRIL 10.  SHORTER COLLEGE WILL HOST FREE SCREENING AND REFERRAL WORKSHOPS FOR ALCOHOL AND DEPRESSION ALONG WITH LUNCH AND VARIOUS SPEAKERS IN MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE ON APRIL 10.  THIS EVENT WILL BE IN THE S.S. MORRIS BUILDING ON THE SHORTER COLLEGE CAMPUS, 604 NORTH LOCUST ST., IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK, FROM 8:30A.M.-1P.M.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 374-6305 OR VISIT WWW.SHORTERCOLLEGE.EDU.
  3. JEFF DYER FOR THE ARKANSAS DEPT. OF EDUCATION'S 2015 EDUCATOR CAREER FAIR.  ADE'S ANNUAL EDUCATOR CAREER FAIR IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO THOSE WITH AN INTEREST IN BECOMING A TEACHER, RETURNING TO TEACHING OR FOR CURRENT TEACHERS.  THIS EVENT IS FOR LICENSED TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS OR NEW GRADUATES LICENSED BY AUGUST 2015 AND CAREER CHANGERS INTERESTED IN ENTERING THE TEACHING PROFESSION THROUGH A TRADITIONAL OR NON-TRADITIONAL ROUTE.    THE FAIR WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 9A.M.-NOON, AT THE METROPLEX EVENT CENTER, 10800 COLONEL GLENN RD., IN LITTLE ROCK.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.ARKANSASED.ORG.

APRIL 2, 2015

  1. VALENCIA HARDY FOR THE ARKANSAS PROMISE ENROLLMENT FAIR.  ARKANASAS PROMISE IS A NEW PROGRAM OPEN TO YOUTH AGES 14-16 WHO RECEIVE SSI BENEFITS.  PROMISE WILL PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT SUPPORTS TO THE PARTICIPANT AND THEIR FAMILIES.  PROMISE WILL CONNECT FAMILIES TO NEEDED SUPPORTS. PROMISE WILL HELP THE YOUTH TO BE SUCCESSFUL, INCLUDED AND CONNECTED TO THEIR COMMUNITIES.  PROMISE WILL ALSO PROVIDE PAID WORK EXPERIENCES FOR YOUTH AND IT DOES NOT EFFECT SSI BENEFITS.  THE ENROLLMENT FAIR WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 4, NOON-2P.M., AT THE NORTH METRO MEDICAL CENTER IN JACKSONVILLE, 1400 BRADEN ST.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 687-4922 OR VISIT WWW.PROMISEAR.ORG.
  2. FREDRICK GENTRY FOR THE 2nd ANNUAL NFBPA 2015 MARKS OF EXCELLENCE AWARDS BANQUET.  THE GREATER LITTLE ROCK CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL FORUM FOR BLACK PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS (NFBPA) WILL RECOGNIZE OUTSTANDING LEADERS IN FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT AND EDUCATION AT THIS EVENT.  THIS YEAR'S HONOREES INCLUDE; COMMISSIONER COLLETTE HONORABLE, SENATOR JOYCE ELLIOT, JUDGE JOYCE ELISE WILLIAMS WARREN, CAPTAIN FLOYD BURNS AND UALR CHANCELLOR, DR. JOEL E. ANDERSON.  THE BANQUET WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 7P.M., WITH A RECEPTION BEGINNING AT 6P.M., AT THE CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL CENTER, 1200 PRESIDENTIAL AVE.  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (501) 371-4480 OR (501) 240-5900.
  3. NFL PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYER, CLINTON McDONALD OF THE TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS FOR FAMILY FUN DAY, "FUN DAY ON A GOOD DAY" AND THE 3rd ANNUAL "IRON SHARPEN IRON" YOUTH FOOTBALL/CHEER CAMP, PRESENTED BY McDONALD AND ASSOCIATES COLLECTIVE COLLABORATIONS-LIGHT INTO DARKNESS (MACC/LID).  MACC/LID IS A DISTINGUISHED ATHLETIC ORGANIZATION BASED ON A SERVING AND ASSISTING THE BETTERMENT AND UPLIFTING THE UNDERPRIVILEGED.  THE FAMILY FUN DAY WILL BE FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 5:30-9P.M., AT THE JACKSONVILLE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB, 1 BOYS CLUB DRIVE.  THERE WILL BE MUSIC, FOOD, FREE HAIRCUTS, A MEET AND GREET WITH THE NFL PLAYERS, COACHES AND TRAINERS AND MUCH MORE.  FOOTBALL/CHEER CAMP WILL BE SATURDAY, APRIL 4, AT JACKSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, 2400 LINDA RD.  FOR REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION, CALL (501)773-0917 OR VISIT WWW.MACCLID.ORG 

 

 

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