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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)

WH rehab hosts car show, cookout

An antique automobile is displayed at the car show and cookout Oct. 10 at White Hall Health and Rehabilitation. The residents, their families and the White Hall community participated in the event. Guests from ages 2 to 102 enjoyed getting their faces painted, a spokesman said. The center thanked the Friendship Auto Club for providing several antique and classic cars. ‘It was truly an amazing day for the residents of White Hall Health and Rehab,’ the spokesman said. (Special to The Commercial)

Crane, Blackett announce engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Larry and Paula Crane of White Hall announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Makeda Shardae Crane, to Theodore Carl Blackett, the son of Mrs. Theodora James and Mr. Callixtus Hilary Blackett, Sr., both of Brooklyn, New York.

A day in court

I have a lawyer friend. A friend, that is, who just happens to be a lawyer. And she invites me to spend the morning at criminal court, observing. And I say “yes,” the same way I agree to a lot of things in life.

The history of Hollywood

Hollywood, the city of glitz and glamor, was started in a one-room adobe shack, according to Jacque Walker, who along with Kitty Rubenstein presented “The History of Hollywood,” the first in a series of programs for the Mathontes Club’s yearlong study of “Hollywood.” The meeting was held at the Pine Bluff Country Club.

Redfield native recognized at OBU homecoming

Kelsey Willis, a senior chemistry and biology major from Redfield, represented the American Chemical Society in homecoming ceremonies on Oct. 12 at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. She also is involved in Tri Chi women’s social club and Alpha Chi national college honor society. She was escorted by her father, Troy Willis.