The Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas announces a fundraiser has begun on Kickstarter to buy drums for youth of the Merrill Community Center at Pine Bluff.
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Breanna Adkins recently gave her lion’s share of contributions to costume design for “Drumming Through the Fables,” a theatrical production at the Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas.
Bryan Fendley, director of instructional technology and web services at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, was one of three professionals interviewed for Campus Technology magazine. The article appears in the June 2016 edition.
Former Vice President Al Gore and his Climate Project team selected Letrece Harris of Pine Bluff to train to become a Climate Reality Leader.
The community is invited to join Delta Rivers Nature Center as it celebrates its 15th anniversary with a day of fun activities and a free hot dog lunch.
Family and friends of the late Maranda Goldman have planned a balloon release at 6 p.m. Friday, July 29, at the Regional Park boat ramp in an effort to keep Goldman’s memory and their search for justice alive, a spokesman said.
Jeanetta Darley’s work on corn is among exhibits at the Guachoya Cultural Art Center at Lake Village. Guachoya will host work by artists Kellee Mayfield and Darley in an exhibit in August. A reception honoring them will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4. The public is invited to attend this free event. The exhibit will be on display until Tuesday, Aug. 30. Details: 870-265-6077. (Special to The Commercial)
Hugh Hood of Pine Bluff recently received a One Million Mile Safe Driver award from Landstar System Inc., headquartered at Jacksonville, Florida.
The Pine Bluff Arsenal and White Hall will be among stops for U.S. Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) this week, according to a press release.