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)
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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.
Watson Chapel schools
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.
Kiwanis Club of Pine Bluff members recently attended the annual conference of the Missouri-Arkansas District of Kiwanis International.
Davis Life Care Center, 6810 S. Hazel St., had a back-to-school fun day/car show for the residents and the community Aug. 8.
Asia Elise Wilson, the daughter of Paul & Darlene Wilson married Antonio R. Carter, the son of Eddie & Angela Price, and Terry Blackmon Sr., on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. at the Rose Hill M.B.C. by Pastor George Waters, Jr.
The parents of Mr. Leonardo Glover and Ms. Tamara Pace announce their upcoming nuptials, Saturday, September 5th, 2015.
Joshua and Lindsay Stayton gave birth to a baby girl, Scotlyn Grace Stayton on July 13. She weighed 9 pounds 5 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her grandparents are Elaine and Tommy Elmore of Pine Bluff; Ron and Connie Stayton of Pine Bluff; Roger and Peggy Hobus of Avoca, Iowa; and Mark and Rhonda Andrews of Hilliard, Ohio.