There will be a Celebrity Chili Challenge cook-off with proceeds benefiting the Children’s Advocacy Center at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9, at the Pine Bluff Country Club.
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First United Methodist Church hosted a Feed the Funnel Party on Nov. 22 with students and faculty representing the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Student Food Pantry.
Chicken spaghetti and French bread are not your traditional Christmas fare, but for the past several years they have been the mainstay of the menu at the Salvation Army Auxiliary’s annual Christmas Luncheon and Festival of Tables.
Historic Savannah, the “Belle of Georgia” and the Golden Isles of Georgia were the destination recently for 48 members and guests of the Relyance Bank Crown Club. A lunch stop at Jason’s Deli was a treat on their first day of travel to Birmingham, Alabama.
The David O. Dodd Chapter 212, United Daughters of the Confederacy held its recent chapter meeting in the home of Marjo Dill of Pine Bluff.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national collegiate honor society for political science majors, recently inducted two new members, according to Carol Strong, associate professor of political science and the chapter’s faculty adviser.
The 68th annual Pine Bluff Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Jefferson County Civitan Club, will to be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5.
Both campuses at Ridgway Christian School participated recently in Operation Christmas Child. They filled 139 boxes to send to children in other countries. (Special to The Commercial)
Kevin Bonnette, president of the White Hall Noon Lions Club, presents a check for $1,500 to Steven Rice, a volunteer for the White Hall Food Pantry. The Lions Club is a service organization that supports community activities and strives to make an impact on peoples’ lives, locally and internationally. (Special to The Commercial)