White Hall High School will name the 2015 homecoming queen at a pep assembly at the gymnasium at 2:40 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25. The queen will be crowned by School Board President Raymond Jones in ceremonies at 6:30 p.m. at Bulldog Stadium.
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Like sorority sisters at a reunion, these ladies reminisce and catch up when they get together. They are members of a small sorority of sorts, but there were no rush parties, no pledging — they came to this sisterhood on the campaign trail.
The seniors from First Baptist Church (SAMs) recently traveled to the Arkansas Arts Center to have lunch and view the 57th annual Delta Exhibition.
The Dixie Echoes Quartet, a gospel group, will present a concert at Olive Branch Baptist Church, 5130 Bobo Road, at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4.
Dixie Fritz presented the program, “Eating Smart and Healthy,” at the recent meeting of the Heart-N-Hands Extension Homemakers Club.
Brookshire’s annual golf tournament benefiting children’s charities donated $4,500 to the Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson County on Aug. 4 to support Project Learn Program. This program focuses on academics, emphasizing math and literacy. The club will be able to purchase supplies to continue to provide members with the academics needed to be successful, a spokesman said. Participants during the check presentation were James Britt, Boys and Girls Club area manager; Jeffrey Pulliam, board president of the club; Nyeshia Aldridge, club CEO; Daniel Vallance, store director of Brookshire’s on Camden Road; and Barbara Rhinehart, club secretary. (Special to The Commercial)
The Grace Willing Workers Extension Homemakers Club met Aug. 20 at the White Hall Museum. The meeting was called to order by President Bettye Johnson.
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People don’t see the world through a window, so why should art be limited to it? That is the question that artist Matthew Lopas wants people to ask after seeing his art exhibit.