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HEROES to graduate

The Disability Resource & Advocacy Center, a center for independent living, will host its first graduation for HEROES (Hands-on Education, Resource Options and Enrichment Skills)

WH Willing Workers hear about social activity

Willing Workers of White Hall’s Extension Homemakers Club met Nov. 24 at the White Hall Library. President Cheri Aronowitz welcomed everyone. Vice President Karen Needler read the Thought of the Month: “There’s a purpose in life’s events to teach you how to laugh more or not to cry too hard.”

Lions Club donates $1,500 to food pantry

Kevin Bonnette, president of the White Hall Noon Lions Club, presents a check for $1,500 to Steven Rice, a volunteer for the White Hall Food Pantry. The Lions Club is a service organization that supports community activities and strives to make an impact on peoples’ lives, locally and internationally. (Special to The Commercial)

Beck recognized for service to Lions Club

Kevin Bonnette, president of the White Hall Noon Lions Club, and Betsy Francis, secretary/treasurer of the club, present a plaque to David Beck, out-going president of the club, for his continued service and dedication to the White Hall Noon Lions Club and to Lions Club International and its goals and objectives. (Special to The Commercial)

Love-hate relationship with The List

Individual words and short phrases written top to bottom on lined paper. It seems so simple and harmless. Yet, when I create it, I become a captive, helpless under its powers. It consumes my thoughts and controls my actions. I am powerless against the forces of The List.

AETN premieres statewide arts documentary Sept. 13

CONWAY — "LOUPE," the broadcast portion of the Arkansas Educational Television Network's (AETN) statewide arts initiative of the same name, will premiere Friday, Sept. 13, at 9 p.m. LOUPE magnifies Arkansas artists, arts organizations and art events through the one-hour broadcast, as well as an interactive companion website, aetn.org/loupe .

Hanging around the house going batty

Our friend has disappeared. He didn't stay long, much to the relief of Hubby. I didn't think he was much of a threat, but Hubby was worried he might be carrying rabies or some other horrible disease. Considering I wasn't going to get close enough for him to bite, I wasn't worried about our guest's health record.