Lincoln County Extension Homemakers recently presented handmade caps for patients with the Arkansas Cancer Institute in Pine Bluff and the American Cancer Society in Little Rock.
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The Progressive Women’s Association met at the recently reopened White Hall Museum for its monthly meeting and luncheon. Louise LaGrone’s food group hostessed the luncheon, which featured barbecue pork sandwiches. The tables were decorated in a patriotic decor.
Carolyn Harness presented the program “Dealing With Difficult People” at the recent meeting of the Grace Willing Workers Extension Homemakers. The meeting and potluck luncheon hostessed by Brenda Robinson’s food group met at the Centennial Fellowship Church in White Hall.
The William F. Slemons Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy met in the home of Terri Wolfe on Tuesday, June 23, at 2 p.m. with 11 members present.
The once prestigious International Friendship Garden at the Pine Bluff Civic Complex has fallen into a state of disrepair, but there is movement being made to restore it to its former glory.
Recent high school graduates interested in fashion may want to consider studying fashion merchandising, textiles and design.
Family and co-workers recently honored the legacy of the late Verneice Wilson Lowery, a long-time Pine Bluff educator, with a memorial plaque at 34th Avenue Elementary School.
Exercise equipment at the Strachota Senior Center is for seniors ages 55 and up, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. The exercise schedule for the upcoming week is as follows:
Wyatt Kent and Julie Neish are the director and music director, respectively, of the Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas’ summer production of “Little Shop of Horrors.”