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County GOP to meet

Participants can meet and greet candidates for county and municipal office when the Republican County Committee meets at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, at Larry’s Pizza, 7401 Dollarway Road, White Hall.

Veterans Day

The White Hall High School Color Guard presents the colors at Wednesday’s White Hall Veterans Day Celebration. Four serving World War II veterans were given special recognition during the ceremony. (Special to The Commercial/Ethan Tate)

WH American Legion awards prize

Elizabeth Thomas wins a Benelli shotgun during the White Hall American Legion Post 232 raffle held at Hunter’s Refuge Nov. 3. Pictured with her is Post Commander Glen Minor. Thomas is the assistant to the commander of the Pine Bluff Arsenal. (Special to The Commercial)

WH grad receives book award from library

The Friends of the While Hall Library presented a $400 check to Drew Holland, a May 2015 White Hall High School graduate, at the White Hall Library on May 20. The Book Award will assist Holland, who is a lover of reading, with the purchase of textbooks. Holland will major in accounting at Arkansas Baptist University in Arkadelphia this fall. The White Hall Friends of the Library annually awards a White Hall high school graduating senior who has registered to attend an institution of higher learning during the fall and spring semesters. (Special to The Commercial)

Physics of Flight

Bob Tarter, better known as the Animal Man, came to Moody Elementary recently and presented a program titled, ‘Physics of Flight.’ He teaches respect of the natural world and introduces students to various animals that fly. (Special to The Commercial)

Moody Elementary May Students of the Month

The May Students of the Month at Moody Elementary were Zane Davis, Grace Wolfe, Ryan Rogers, Jeffery Nelson, Bryce Terry, Hannah Owings, Landon Morris, Keylor Hale, Ramona Pearce, Kinlely Atwood, Kelton Thomas, Sawyer Smith, Kyle Nunag, Paige Davies and Dakota Roberts. (Special to The Commercial)

Taylor students Jump Rope for Heart

Taylor Elementary School students and their families raised $2,686 for the Jump Rope For Heart 2015 program, sponsored by the American Heart Association. Harley Galloway, bottom left wearing a JRFH shirt, was the top fundraiser with $210 in donations. (Special to The Commercial)