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Meet the new chief at HSPD block party

Meet the new chief at HSPD block party

WHO:              Hot Springs Police Chief David Flory and Clark Street neighborhood residents

WHAT:            Celebrating “National Night Out” with a block party

WHEN:            6 p.m., Tuesday, August 2, 2011 (events will continue through the evening)

WHERE:          413 Clark Street (party is throughout 400 block), near Oaklawn Elementary School

Approximately 11 Hot Springs neighborhoods are participating in the City of Hot Springs’ first annual observance of “National Night Out,” a nationwide event where Americans stand together to promote crime and drug prevention a

9-11 Memorial Ceremony to be held at State Capitol

9-11 Memorial Ceremony to be held at State Capitol

9-11 MEMORIAL CEREMONY

ARKANSAS STATE CAPITOL, Little Rock, September 11, 2011

The Procession will begin at 13:00 hrs  (Procession Group will meet at 12:00 hrs at front of Central Fire Station 624 Chester St). Ceremony at Capitol will be at 14:00 hrs and conclude at 15:00 hrs.

To R.S.V.P. call 501-851-1337 x200 or email gglenn@maumelle.org.

E.M.S. CONFERENCE

E.M.S. CONFERENCE

E.M.S Conference

August 3-7, 2011   Hot Springs, Arkansas

Information: www.aemta.org or 501-354-8181

WWII veteran's ashes to be interred

WWII veteran's ashes to be interred

CPL Gordon M. Anderson, USMC, WWII, 1943-46

Abandoned Cremation Urn Found

Hot Springs/North Little Rock, AR

This is a confirmed HOTH Mission to inturn the remains of CPL Gordon M. Anderson, USMC, 1943-1946. Mr. Anderson died several years ago and his remains were left with his wife who passed away. The urn was found by people cleaning out her quarters and was going to be thrown into a dumpster. Mr. Bill Kincaid obtained the urn and contacted the Arkansas Patriot Guard HOTH coordinator, Bill Oldridge.

Crossgate Church VBS kids raise money for Teen Challenge

Crossgate Church VBS kids raise money for Teen Challenge

Teen Challenge of Arkansas Executive Director, Tim Culbreth, spent an evening with the Vacation Bible School kids at Crossgate Church in Hot Springs.

He was asked to talked to the class about the ins and outs of the program. The kids in the class were so excited about the help that Teen Challenge gives to people that they chose us as their mission's project… and raised $1,200!

A big “thank you” and a round of applause to these kids who went to family and friends as a voice for our students!

We are in awe of their dedication and determination to help play an important role in their community!

Upcoming events for Teen Challenge

Upcoming events for Teen Challenge

July 14-17: Students assist with Hot Spring's annual Senior Olympics.    

July 22: Teen Challenge of Arkansas Ladies' Guild hosts Game Night for students on campus.

July 24: Teen Challenge Choir Service at Batavia Assembly of God in Harrison, AR. Service starts at 10:35am

August 21:  TC Choir Service at Amity First Assembly of God in Hot Springs. Service starts at 11:00am. For more information regarding these events, click on the following link: Senior Olympics Website

August 27:  Teen Challenge assists with Garland County SAILS Play Day.

Hot Springs Village Community Foundation Grants Teen Challenge!

Hot Springs Village Community Foundation Grants Teen Challenge!

On Thursday June 16, Executive Director of Teen Challenge of Arkansas, Tim Culbreth, was presented with a grant check from the

Hot Springs Village Community Foundation.