Arkansas agency Facebook accounts.
Thank You For All That You Do,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Jerry H.
From the Police Week website: In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, D.C. to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. The Memorial Service began in 1982 as a gathering in Senate Park of approximately 120 survivors and supporters of law enforcement. Decades later, the event, more commonly known as National Police Week, has grown to a series of events which attracts thousands of survivors and law enforcement officers to our Nation's Capital each year. AGFC representatives during National Police Week include - Wildlife Officer 1st Class David Hall, Corporal Ron Davidson, Sergeant Frankie Tucker, Wildlife Officer 1st Class Wade Gilliam
3-Days over 300 events and programs. Come visit an Arkansas State Park this weekend. http://ow.ly/lkP6k
Have you heard of the Terre Noire Nature Preserve in Arkadelphia? It just opened and is a great spot for hiking, wildflower spotting, and bird watching!
University of Arkansas shared Division of Student Affairs-University of Arkansas's photo.
Something interesting from the "Little Rock Culture Vulture." If you have never heard of him, check him out here: http://lrculturevulture.com/ Today's Architeaser is the new First Security Amphitheatre in Riverfront Park. It is built on the same pad as the original amphiteater which opened in 1988, so this marks the 25th anniversary of an amphitheater in Riverfront Park. The amphitheater was designed by Mike Steelman of SCM Architects, with construction overseen by Flynn Remodeling and Construction. The curved roof mimics the curved trusses of the Junction Bridge (visible in the background) and the Clinton Presidential Bridge which flank either side of amphitheater. The sloped roofing and wooden ceiling are designed to send the music out to the audience better (and to keep performers drier) than the previous stage covering did. Though not visible in the photos, the roof is sheathed in teal metal to match the First Security Bank color scheme. The seats in the amphitheater will be replaced later this summer and and have the same color. In recognition of the financial commitment made by Riverfest and the festival's status as a cultural touchstone for the amphitheater, the stage is known as Riverfest Stage. The First Security Amphitheatre will be a focal point of this weekend's Riverfest.
Join all the cool cats for the best race in town at the Cheetah Chase 5K and 1K Family Fun Run on Saturday, June 1st! For more info about this event & to register, click the link below. Vicki McKinstry Williams, we drew your name as the winner of the 2 Zoo passes, $10 Bossa Nova gift card & Starbucks gift card. Comment below w/in 24hrs. to claim them.
Pumped as hell to be returning to Fayetteville, Arkansas to headline the Official Wakarusa Pre-Party at LiT Lounge (w/ WET PAiNT on Tuesday, May 28th) right before we make our way up to Wakarusa Festival - Official Page!!
We were at your show at Nettleton Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Arkansas this week and it was so inspiring I love what you guys are doing keep up the awsome work!
ADHE offices will be closed a week from today for Memorial Day. Don't forget the scholarship deadline of June 1! http://bit.ly/kvCrSu
Our newest cover photo shows off our pretty campus in the springtime. The photos were submitted to us as part of our cover photo contest.
Most of us thought it was going to be a bench, but it is not. So what is UCA Professor Bryan Massey carving from that chunk of wood cut from the memorial tree outside Wingo Hall? Here is a sneak peek.
Fish #6 in The $60,000 Hot Springs Fishing Challenge was caught Sunday morning on Lake Hamilton near Electric Island. Tom Kimmerly and his son, Skyler, both of Hot Springs, were fishing with silver shad baits from Wal-Mart when he reeled in the white bass. The tag #265 was worth $1,000 and he said he almost didn't see it! Congratulations Tom...who will be next?! There are still 47 tagged fish out there, including Big Al II who is worth $10,000! Best of luck to you all!
Don't forget! Goose will be here Sunday at 5:30pm to play along with Brown Soul Shoes before the Fireworks at 9:00pm.
It's snowing in Conway, Arkansas!!
For environmental engineers interested in water quality, check out the Soil and Water Education Conference coming up next week on Jan. 31 at Arkansas State University.
You'll want to make sure you grab a Jonesboro Sun this Sunday! Our summer sneak peak flyer will be in there! We have concerts every Tuesday in June, off-site programs for families every Wednesday in June and July, storytimes all week, a teen rave and MUCH more!!
Congratulations to sophomore Siarra Gomez, who has become the first Arkansas Tech University softball student-athlete to earn All-America honors. Read more about her accomplishment here: http://www.arkansastechnews.com/athletics/gomez-first-all-american-for-tech-softball/.
CHECK OUT THESE OFFERS!!! Open enrollment for AT&T Mobile Protection Pack! Now through April 30, Bluesky Group - AT&T Authorized Retailer, can get you signed up to protect your device and the data on it, regardless of when you purchased it. You don't even have to bring the phone to the store. Are you or someone you know thinking about switching to AT&T for mobile phone service? Now is a GREAT time! Port 2 or more lines in and get $50 per line credit. AWESOME Small Business deals for the month of April! $50 per line credit for new business lines added this month in Arkansas at our stores! This in in addition to all the deals and discounts offered by AT&T to business customers (No activation fees, 8%+ service discount, dedicated customer service, etc.)! The phone numbers can originate anywhere, but the new line must be opened in Arkansas. We can give you a number for anywhere in the country! Fayetteville, Arkansas Siloam Springs, Arkansas Bentonville, Arkansas Rogers, Arkansas Bella Vista, Arkansas Johnson, Arkansas Farmington, Arkansas Centerton, Arkansas Prairie Grove, Arkansas
UAPB Merchandising, Textiles and Design Program to offer June 10 teacher workshop
Thank you for answering today's question on cord blood. The answer is true! Cord blood stem cells have the ability to treat the same diseases as bone marrow. In fact, cord blood stem cells have the ability to treat the same diseases as bone marrow with significantly less rejection. Learn how you can give cord blood at UAMS http://bit.ly/13jOstn
We want to know how YOU are keeping Arkansas beautiful. Send your photos to email@example.com, use the hash tag #keeparbeautiful, or tag us @keeparbeautiful
Sir Nigel in Bentonville, Arkansas
Former Southern Arkansas University pitcher Hayden Simpson had his first start Wednesday with his new team, the Southern Illinois Miners, pitching four innings and giving up four runs and seven hits while walking one. Simpson took a no-decision in the game, but the Miners went on to win 7-6 against the Lake Erie Crushers. Simpson, drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the first-round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft, joins Cannon Lester, another SAU alumnus, on the Miners' squad. The team won the 2012 Frontier League Championship.
TASTE the DIFFERENCE at Did's Pizza and Froyo! We're glad to be serving Honey Hill Farms Frozen Yogurt, by Sugar Creek Foods, and made in the USA. We are proud of the fact that Sugar Creek Foods Plant has been producing high quality niche products in Russellville, Arkansas since 1946. The Honey Hill Farms brand has been a favorite among frozen yogurt eaters for over 30 years. The two combined have helped hundreds of independent operators and chains to differentiate themselves from all the other frozen yogurt shops. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGrUGKrXEp0
You have seen the still shots of this beauty at ORCU already; now let the video speak to you! Nyla is just a wonderful well mannered dog that needs a loving family that has many hands available to pet her. How can you say no?!?
Arkansas Department of Emergency Management shared Arkansas Citizen Corps Program's status update.
Great news, Roku player fans! You can now watch your favorite AETN and PBS programs at home, on your schedule. Check out the latest about the new offerings at: http://ow.ly/lkiVV
A-State’s Mohajir Appointed to BCSADAdvisory Group http://t.co/ixR5tWswv4 #asunews
William Mayo's book signing this Sunday from 2 - 4. Don't miss out on this amazing piece of southern history. The truth comes out!
Central Arkansas Library System added a new photo.
Do you know a High School Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior in the HopePrescott Texarkana, Arkansas Texarkana, Texas, Area?. Tell them about this exciting FREE Program. Call 870-777-4455 for more information. http://arklatexhomepage.com/fulltext/?nxd_id=314482
Family Game Night tonight from 5-7. Bring your favorite game or try one of our awesome board games and puzzles.
6 year-old stabbing victim dies at Arkansas Childrens Hospital
Science After Dark is next Wednesday, May 29th. We'll have a Tinkerfest Preview with several tinkering activities including tinkering food! It will be from 6-8 p.m. and is for adults-only. See you there!
Thank you, InArkansas for featuring our 2013-2014 lineup! We'll be opening our season at the Robinson Center Music Hall in September. Get your season tickets now! www.ArkansasSymphony.org/season
Had a great day in Harrison, Arkansas. Toured Pace Industries and Rock Tenn, Harrison, Ar. I also spoke at the Harrison Rotary Club and visited with several contituents. Thanks for your support. It is a privilege to represent you in the United States Congress Pictures coming soon.
Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission shared UALR Alumni Association's photo.
Thursday lunch idea. Enjoy!
Ok Central Arkies! Here's a list of the free summer movies at Chenal 9 Theatre Plus IMAX and Rave Cinemas on Colonel Glenn, plus dollar movies in Benton, Arkansas and Conway, Arkansas
Report from Tuesday: AFC crews did not suppress any wildfires today. AFC Benton County Crew assisted with clearing roads in the northeast and south central part of their county last night. Way to go guys!
Great opportunity to learn from an internationally known artist!! There are some openings available in the Hedi Moran floral still life workshop. You wont want to miss it!!
It feels so good in this cold library.
People of Paragould - I sincerely hope you realize that your mayor and his police chief are planning a mass violation of your constitutional rights, the 4th and 5th Amendments, specifically. STAND UP FOR YOURSELVES!!!! Crime is contained by competent police work, not Nazi tactics.
Civil War Helena t-shirts now on sale at the DCC Museum Store - navy or khaki - logo on front, map of Battle of Helena on back - a bargain at $15!
The Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt rolls on and 495 people have made claims this week. 420 of those treasure hunters e-filed online and will receive their checks in a few days so check out auditor.ar.gov today. Happy hunting!
KARK's Greg Dee came by to talk about the weather and our weekends when visitors can experience our historic grounds on their own, at their own pace without guided tours. And maybe even see these great faces!
Good things are happening at the Fort Smith Public Library ... check out this nice article about us in the "Times Record" http://swtimes.com/sections/news/fort-smith-library-visits-april.html
Action at Devil's Backbone, from the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture
Arkansas Department of Health shared CDC Tobacco Free's photo.
well I guess the museum is not made for 4th graders. Today the Guy-Perkins 4th graders got a brief visit to the museum. They were shown 3 rooms and not allowed to ask questions. Not sure who the tour lady was but I would suggest a different profession.
Arkansas Properties on the National Register of Historic Places: Jeffery Cemetery, Mount Olive, Izard County
E3: Empowering Entrepreneurship Education A conference designed for K-12 teachers and focused on economic education will be held on from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at the University of Arkansas Global Campus in Rogers. During the one-day event, which is sponsored by Economics Arkansas, participants will: Hear how to motivate all learners with relevant business projects in your classes K-12. Watch a real-world Shark Tank presentation. Integrate relevant, creative and critical thinking into your Project Based Learning. Use economics as the thread for Common Core units. Find great videos to use with students. Network with colleagues from: business education, FACS, elementary, ESL, ALE, middle level, history, science, EAST, economics, math and more! Upon successful completion participants will receive: Six hours of ADE Certified Professional Development Grade level appropriate curriculum selection from the Curriculum Store $50 stipend Standards-based instruction Networking opportunities The conference registration fee is $25.00 (Fee is refundable to teachers from Economics Arkansas partner school systems upon successful completion of the workshop or if cancellation is received two weeks prior to the day of the workshop.) To register, please visit http://www.economicsarkansas.org
Historic Places: The Medical Arts Building, constructed in Hot Springs in 1929 by contractor G. C. Gordon Walker, was designed by the architectural firm of Almand and Stuck of Little Rock. Until the Tower Building was built in Little Rock in 1960, the Art Deco Medical Arts Building was the tallest in the state. Read more about it at the AHPP: http://www.arkansaspreservation.com/historic-properties/_search_nomination_popup.aspx?id=1453 Photo courtesy of Alan Higgins, http://www.flickr.com/photos/alan-higgins/
Kathy LaPlante with the National Main Streets Center, Inc. presents, "How to promote your downtown!"
I feel like there is a PR exam question in here somewhere... http://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/ats/3794631529.html
"Small retailers and service providers support their communities in countless other ways, too, from sponsoring youth sports teams to supporting local charitable organizations." So true! Terra Tots donates to local charities regularly, and this year we sponsored the girl's First Touch Soccer team through the City of Fayetteville, AR! I doubt you can say that about Zulilly, or Amazon, or Diapers.com.... A great article from our friends at Cash Mob Fayetteville, AR.
Mark your calendars! Children's author/illustrator Peter Brown ("Creepy Carrots!", "You Will Be My Friend!", "Children Make Terrible Pets" & more) will be at the Saline County Library (both locations) July 18th. One of many awesome programs coming up for Summer Reading 2013...
Schueren Named ASUN HVLT Class MVP Arkansas State University-Newport announced Friday that Chance Schueren of Heber Springs has been named as the MVP of the 2013 ASUN High Voltage Lineman class. Based on leadership, work ethic and academic excellence, the Class MVP award was voted on by his fellow students in the program. Schueren was also the recipient of the 2013 HVLT Safety Award, given by the instructors in the program for outstanding safety practices. Schueren is sponsored in the HVLT program by First Electric Cooperative in Jacksonville. The ASU-Newport Technical Certificate in High-Voltage Lineman Technology is a unique program. This is an industry-specific partnership between the Electrical Cooperatives of Arkansas and ASUN. It gives Arkansas State University-Newport the ability to provide students a program of study that will fulfill a unique career goal. Prospective students are encouraged to apply for admission anytime after being selected for sponsorship. Once admitted, students should take full advantage of this unique opportunity to learn and pursue an outstanding career.
How do I file a complaint against my case worker? She is absolutely horrible and has done nothing but take her time on my applications.
Booklist has finished their annual "Best Crime Novels" list and we're glad to say that the GCL has almost all of them! Check it out:
Please take a moment to help us out! This project is a much needed facility for Northeast Arkansas.
Happy 80th birthday Joan….Her books include Past Imperfect and Star Quality, among others, and of course her sister has sold one or two books as well.
It`s Time...come in we are ready for YOU!!
Happy World Turtle Day! While this box turtle is just plain cute and amazingly gentle, it will not make a good pet. Please do not remove box turtles from the wild and take them to your home – even when helping them across the road. Just move them to safety, in the same direction they were traveling. For more information on box turtles and how you can help them, visit our website http://www.naturalheritage.com/citizen-science/past_projects/box_turtle.aspx
Hey everyone! Now that we've gotten the COLA and the merit, let's send notes of thanks to our legislators who worked tirelessly throughout the session. Let them know how much you appreciate their support of state employees. Please visit http://www.arkansashouse.org/ and http://www.arkansas.gov/senate/ to find your legislator.
Don't forget to vote!
Please come out and support the Affordable Care Act at the State Capitol! For more people to receive healthcare benefits in Arkansas we need people to come to the Capitol. Check out these events and RSVP. Thank you!
Thank you Lamar PD for opening up the safe rooms at the school! Hopefully we won't need them, but it's great to know that's an option.
We have everything for your holiday meal at Saturdays market. Check out Scott Heritage Farm for Beefalo, beef, pork cuts and whole roasters Farm Girl for every kind of pork cut under the sun and a few extras. Fruits and veggies galore. See you at the market!
The Arkansas History Commission, the Black History Commission of Arkansas and the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society would like to invite you to attend the upcoming seminar, “Emancipation Proclamation: What it Meant to Freed African Americans in Arkansas,” on Saturday, June 1. The free seminar will be held at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ronnie Nichols will be the keynote speaker, and panel members will include Ronnie Nichols, Donna Shelton, Carolyn Ashcraft, Archie Moore, Dr. John W. Graves, and Leita Spears. Box lunches will be provided to participants who register by May 28, 2103. To register for this free event, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to seeing you there!
We are getting ready for summer. We hope to have these games ready for checkout before school ends.
Staff is out today in Howard County at their courthouse today.
We will be closed May 25-27 for Memorial Day.
The House Communications Office is launching a new video series called "Meet the Rep". Each week, we will introduce you to a different member to hear more about their district, their professional and family life back home. We hope you enjoy hearing their stories. This week we begin by introducing you to Rep. Douglas House. Did you know he had 38 years of service with the US Army? http://youtu.be/zilrD7cC0WI
Message from Arkansas Department of Higher Education and Shane Broadway about the approaching Arkansas Lottery Scholarship deadline. June 1st is right around the corner!
Arkansas Hospitality Association shared a link.
The Arkansas State Library will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2013 for the Memorial Day holiday. Normal business hours (8 AM to 4:30 PM) will resume on Tuesday, May 28, 2013.
Before heading out on summer vacation, make sure your vehicle is in good shape. Read this week's Consumer Alert for tips and advice on vehicle maintenance and safety: http://arkansasag.gov/news-and-consumer-alerts/details/consumer-alert-put-safety-first-with-summer-car-travels
Where can I find information on story time or summer reading programs? I looked at website but didn't see any info on the calendar yet.
Support for masterthesis needed! You are responsible for purchasing of new trucks or buses in a company with a fleet of at least ten vehicles, no matter which business? Or you know people doing this job or you might help me to find contact person? Then YOU are the person I’m looking for. Please just send me a message with your e-mail address. After a few days you will receive a questionnaire with further information. The questionnaire will be anonymous and focuses on purchasing of commercial vehicles. Thank you!
Excited to be in my hometown of Mansfield today for the ground breaking ceremony of their new school based health clinic.
RT @rocketmatter: Two iPad Apps for Attorneys to Present in Court or in Meetings - http://t.co/4bpPWm4cWB #ArkbarLPM
Word of the Day: amalgamate \uh-MAL-guh-mayt\ DEFINITION verb : to unite in or as if in a mixture of elements; especially : to merge into a single body Today's definition has been brought to us by Merriam-Webster.
Commissioner Thurston addressing the members at the Bentonville Rotary Club this afternoon.
More mobile government in South Carolina - a responsive design and an all-new payment processing system to provide service on "any screen, anytime."
We had an awesome time with 92 2nd graders this afternoon! We hope to see you soon so you can sign up for your very own library card and for the summer reading program. Good luck in 3rd grade!
All of the current Election Commissioners have been re-elected by their respective parties and I administered their Oath of Office: Mary Rogers, Jack Pierce, and Ryan Phillips.
The Arkansas Rx Drug Abuse Summit will be July 18th at the Arkansas Statehouse Convention Center. Registration opens on May 30th. Go to www.cji.edu to register!
The AAC Safety Conference is underway today in Little Rock. Matt Pitts with Cypress Care talks about pharmacy discounts for counties in front of about 80 attendees.
In a recent Pew study, most teachers surveyed said that courses and content focusing on digital literacy should be incorporated into the school curriculum. Whether or not it’s dictated... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full …
Patron Appreciation Day
Summer Reading Club registration starts next Tuesday, May 28! Check out our new calendar of events (click on "calendar" below our name at the top of our FB page) for a list of programs for June.
A great peek into paper making...
Curious about how your career after service could be "Made in AmeriCorps"? Join AmeriCorps Alums on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT for the AmeriCorps Alums Career Panel! The webinar will provide unique perspectives from five alumni on how they leveraged AmeriCorps as part of their career. Careers will be varied to give insight into multiple career-types available to Alums. Sign up today!
Arkansas State Dental Association added a new photo.
Arkansas Division of Community Service & Nonprofit Support shared Arkansas Municipal League's status update.
Today’s Green Tip: When ADEQ issues an ozone advisory or alert, limit vehicle use, avoid rush hour when possible and postpone errands. Also remember to refuel during the late afternoon or early evening. http://adeqweb/air/ozone/cars.htm
GOP-Backed Student Loan Plan Clears House Despite Veto Threat
The following scores were released by the AICPA to NASBA today 4,438 AUD 3,191 BEC 3,399 FAR 3,548 REG
I'd like to know if Shelby Johnson has been in to Home Creek overlook lately and if so what condition is the trail in? Tell him this is Jeff Green in Alpena Pass.
Are you ready? It’s important to be informed about what to do before and after severe weather strikes. We can help! The Department’s Disaster Preparedness and Resources web page can help you plan and prepare for the unexpected. If you have additional questions, contact our Consumer Services Division: 1-800-852-5494.
Check out our new magazine: www.AR-agriculture.com
It is time the ASA stood with the 14 other associations and renounced Obama gun control. This is a state where our 2nd amendment rights are VERY important to us and we need our, elected by the public, officials to stand for our rights!
New Fall 2013 scholarship applications will be online at ASPSF.org beginning July 1. Deadline for submitting application and supporting documents is August 5. To be eligible you must reside in Crawford, Franklin or Sebastian county; be a single head of household with sole custody of children underthe age of 18; provide a copy of your FAFSA award or denial letter; have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be enrolled at least part-time with a minimum of 6 credit hours in an approved school.
Arkansas Regional Library for the Blind shared a link.
On May 17, ASTA's Board awarded a Technology Development Program Grant to InvoTek. The funds will be used to support FCC certification for the latest version of the company’s Safe Laser System seen in the video below. Having both FDA and FCC certification will enable the firm to sell internationally and in medical environments such as hospital ER and intensive care environments.
Jackyn Derreberry was granted parole 2 years after her role in my daddy's Capital Murder. How does someone get 20 years and get out after 2 years???
Six easy ways to reduce your landscape water use.
Doctors' and hospitals' use of health IT has more than doubled since 2012, and now more than half of America's doctors use electronic health records instead of paper charts.
Prayers go out for all those affected by the deadly tornado in Oklahoma today.
EagleNet Reboot - Sunday morning, April 21 between 6 a.m. and 7 a.m. Sorry for the interruption but want to make your REGISTRATION opportunity stress-free! Call 479-619-4357 if you need assistance. Open Registration begins Sunday midnight.
DIS would like to congratulate Kendra Carlock (left) and Frank Andrews (right) who were nominated by their co-workers and selected as finalists for the 2013 Outstanding Customer Service Award. Kendra was nominated for her outstanding customer service provided internally to DIS employees. Kendra is described as “always willing to participate or voluntarily become part of any team that will benefit fellow employees” and works hard on the committees that greatly benefit DIS employees. She is or has been a member of the Good Neighbor Committee, United Way campaign, holiday committee, and Health Council. Frank was nominated for the direct support he provides to Governor Beebe, First Lady Ginger Beebe, and the governor's staff. They respect and rely on the great customer service he provides. Frank has an important role as the representative of DIS’ professional services to the governor and his staff. Can we get a 'like' for Kendra and Frank?
Watch for a NEW serialized story series this fall by the award-winning Arkansas author, Nancy Dane. The newest serialized story is entitled Sarah Campbell, The Tale of a Civil War Orphan. The story has fourteen chapters and will be posted for easy download on a link that can be found on the ANF website. http://www.arkansaspress.org/component/content/article/3. We will post a notice when the story is ready for download. We are very fortunate to be able to partner with Ms. Dane and thank each of you for participating is this great literacy building opportunity.
Groundwater unaffected by shale gas production in Arkansas http://bit.ly/13xt6sz
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY DELAYS FOR OZARK-JETA TAYLOR LOCK AND DAM (NO. 12) NM 256.8 Short, intermittent delays may be experienced at Ozark-Jeta Taylor Lock and Dam (No. 12), NM 256.8, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, May 8 through June 6, while replacement of electrical cabling takes place. There are no closures scheduled for this work. Questions or requests for additional information concerning this notice should be directed to James McKinnie in the Little Rock District Office, at (501) 324-5739 or (501)324-5096, or you may email CESWL-OP-OM@usace.army.mil.
Check out the Arkansas Water Plan monthly newsletter. For further information please see the Arkansas Water Plan Update website: www.arwaterplan.arkansas.gov
Engineering firm Garver (2012 Arkansas Governor’s Work-Life Balance Spotlight Award) has hired a wellness director to promote a health-conscious employee culture.
Congratulations to May Volunteer of the Month, Wayne Croom! http://www.aspsf.org
Have you made your TOTALLY FREE annual wellness appointment with your doctor yet? If not, what are you waiting for? It's completely free under your ARBenefits plan (Gold, Silver & Bronze) and can alert you to any underlying medical conditions of which you are unaware. Go ahead - make that call today!
Chapter meeting - March 28th, 2013 5:30 pm at the Regional ADH building on El Paso Ave. Questions? Please feel free to contact Maggie McClanahan or leave a note here.
Arkansas Association of County Clerks shared Association of Arkansas Counties's photo.
Crawford County Library System Great value Book Sale at the Mountainburg Library today and tomorrow. Only $5 for all you can stuff in a bag!. Only $2 for all the paperbacks you can stuff in a bag! Includes books of all kinds plus audio books and VHS movies. Fifty cents for music CD's. Bring your sweet tooth for the delicious cupcakes on sale too!
Last 2 days then its gone Loads to choose from!
Great value Book Sale at the Mountainburg Library today and tomorrow. Only $5 for all you can stuff in a bag!. Only $2 for all the paperbacks you can stuff in a bag! Includes books of all kinds plus audio books and VHS movies. Fifty cents for music CD's. Bring your sweet tooth for the delicious cupcakes on sale too!
Summer Programs on the way! It's almost time for our Summer Reading Program! This year's theme is DIG INTO READING, and the Kick-Off will be Thursday, June 13th at 2:00 p.m. The program will run through July 20th when we will have our Summer Finale. Keep on the lookout for more information, or call the library at 354-5204.
An update for OverDrive Media Console (OMC) is coming out May 28th. An important note about the update is that due to a change in Apple’s privacy policies, OverDrive had to make changes to the way they handle licensing of EPUB eBooks and MP3 audiobooks. As a result, the OMC for iOS v2.6.5 update will de-authorize every users’ Adobe ID. Upon opening OMC for the first time after the update, users will be prompted to re-authorize.
Sweet Google doodle.
Take a look at what local schools are doing to help disaster victims in Moore, Oklahoma.
InArkansas.com shows you "there is a life outside your apartment" and Avenue Q is where you should be! Arkansas Repertory Theatre presents Avenue Q June 7-June 30. Tickets are available now (501)378-0405 or www.therep.org