Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School is the recipient of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Outdoor Classroom Garden Grant. Samuel Glover, Lighthouse culture coordinator***, was presented the $500 grant by Jefferson County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee representatives Meredith Baker, chairwoman, and Susan Bitely.
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An article published Friday in The Commercial about the Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School being the recipient of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Outdoor Classroom Garden Grant contained an error regarding Samuel Glover’s title. He is the Pine Bluff Lighthouse Charter School’s culture coordinator.
The Grand Prairie Quilt Society met May 13 at the Stuttgart Public Library with nine members present. Glenda Landreth opened the meeting with the thought for the day: “Making a quilt is taking time for things that matter”
Three Star City School District students will have artwork included in the 2015 Arkansas Art Educators State Youth Art Show.
The Cleveland County Historical Society is in the process of publishing “Civil War People and Events in What Became Cleveland County Arkansas,” the story of the people and events during the Civil War in what is now Cleveland County, Arkansas. It is being published in conjunction with the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War.
Cane Creek State Park is hosting four different summer day camps — two in June and two in July.
Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church will hold a community rummage sale from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 6.
The Pink Tomato Festival in Warren is coming up, and part of the annual celebration is the annual All Tomato Luncheon, which will be held at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 13, at the First Baptist Church Activities Center.