The Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas will host its free monthly 2nd Saturday Family FunDay from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, June 13.
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Pine Bluff/Sheridan ABATE District 20 will hold its monthly meeting at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 7, at the Delta Rivers Nature Center if the park has reopened after the recent flooding.
Two Watson Chapel graduates recently attended the Scholastic Honor’s Day at the Governor’s Mansion. The two that attended were Sarah Smith and Margaret Young. Sarah was the valedictorian for the Watson Chapel High School senior class. Sarah is the daughter of Scott and Tina Smith. Both parents and her two brothers, Austin and Alex Smith, were with her at this event. Margaret was one of the two salutatorians. She is the daughter of T.J. and Melissa Young. Her parents were beside her throughout this day. (Special to The Commercial)
Pine Bluff native Jonathan Butler received his Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology from Howard University in Washington, D.C., on May 9. His concentration was in medical sociology and social inequality.
Leslie Woods, most recently a certified deli manager at the 2800 S. Hazel St. Brookshire’s grocery store in Pine Bluff, has been promoted to retail specialist for zone 5, which encompasses 27 stores in north-central and northeast Louisiana and all stores in Arkansas.
Willing Workers of White Hall’s Extension Homemakers Club met May 26 in the meeting room of White Hall Library for its regular April meeting.
Unified Christian Alliance Inc. recently held its 16th annual Baby Show as part of its scholarship fundraiser.
Information about the Kiwanis Club of Pine Bluff was incorrect in Friday’s edition. The club will meet at noon Wednesday, June 3, at the Pine Bluff Country Club. The Kiwanis Scholarship will be presented to Sommer Yount of Watson Chapel High School and the guest speaker will be Southeast Arkansas College President Stephen Hilterbrand.
All schools still in session have manager’s choice for their daily lunch.