I’ve NEVER heard anyone say “You know, I’d like a really pretty house, but I don’t care if it has a refrigerator or bathrooms”. But I hear “I just want bigger arms” or “I only want to work on my waist” quite frequently. From a fitness professional’s perspective, they mean virtually the same thing.
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It’s an action movie and a comedy. It’s a buddy film that throws two completely opposite types of characters into a situation, then makes them work together. It’s got a thoughtful message — “be yourself” — that’s coated with a thick layer of entertainment.
Jane Hankins is a storyteller. She writes, sculpts, draws and paints — all with one common thread — to tell a story, many with fairy tale qualities.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently heard a presentation by Tony Hillliard, a tax, probate and estate planning lawyer with the Ramsay Bridgforth Law Firm.
The David O. Dodd Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met in the home of Dorothy Wilks of Stuttgart. Chapter President Glennda Fread called the meeting to order and led in the ritual assisted by Chaplain Lela Murray.
Willing Workers of White Hall’s Extension Homemakers Club met May 24 at White Hall Library. President Cheri Aronowitz welcomed everyone and asked Shiela Childers to read the Thought of the Month “Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”
The Pine Bluff Sesame Club met May 31 at the home of Katie Walt with Dianna Millenbaugh presiding. The hostesses were Katy Walt, Betty Perryman, and Cheryl Fox.
Silver Haired delegates and alternates representing Southeast Arkansas recently completed training in preparation for the 20th biennial legislative session to be held Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 17-18, at the state Capitol.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International hosts the Watson Chapel Chamber Choir which performed during a holiday party. The choir had a successful year under the direction of Angel Owen, a spokeswoman said. Choir members include: 6th (back) row, Isaiah Jones, Maurice Whittaker, Amy Vallery and Zach Barnes; 5th row: Brandon Thomas, Nathan Morgan and Carl Dunn; 4th row: Hauper-Kane Moorehead, Courtland Rucker, Kim Marcus, Morgan Monk and Ashante’ Singleton; 3rd row: Jallen Johnson, Nautica Harris, Christian Broughton, Dajah Robinson and J’tyra Wiley; 2nd row: Alexis Whitten, A’mydra Anderson, Reonnicka Kilgore and Sierra Cannon; 1st row: Mya Ware, Eboni Edwards, Rachel Lochmann, Destiny Qualls, Kadazha Barnes and director Angel Owen. (Special to The Commercial)