Michael Sawyer was the recent guest at the DuBocage Chapter of American Business Woman Association’s monthly meeting at Pine Bluff Country Club.
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There are several events associated with the upcoming 59th annual Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival.
The Pine Bluff Jefferson County Economic Opportunities Commission will participate in the annual conference of the Arkansas Community Action Agencies Association from May 27-29 at the Springdale/Fayetteville Area Holiday Inn to recognize the achievements of community action agencies across the state from the past year and further PBJCEOC’s mission through collaborative effort.
The following activities are planned Monday through Friday at the Strachota Senior Center, 801 E. Eighth Ave.
George and Brenda O’Mary celebrated 50 years of marriage on Saturday, May 9.
Rick and Cindy Minton announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shelby Lynn Minton, to Nathan D. Nix, son of Kevin and Kim Nix of Sparkman.
Kamryn D’shon Graves and Brent Taylor Johnson, along with their parents, are pleased to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. Kami is the daughter of Glenn and Kenna Graves of Star City. Brent is the son of Lonnie and Melissa Johnson also of Star City.
Darwin and Enisha Evans gave birth to a baby girl, Lauryn Alyssa Evans, on May 1. She weighed 6 lbs 10 oz and was 19.25 inches long. Her grandparents are Wilbuerto Sims, Sandra and Theodis Maddox, Glynsis Holloway and Darwin Evans.
Q. I am a first-year college student who made C’s and D’s this semester. I know that I am depressed, but my parents tell me that I’m just lazy. They are against all medications for mental health problems and refuse to discuss it with me. They have told me I can use St. John’s wort because it is natural. What can I do to convince them that I need “real” medication?
There will be a citywide cleanup from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 13.