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HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Donna Hutchinson will speak at the Hot Springs Village Morning Connection, featuring Treble in the Village Christmas concert, being held from 9:30-11 a.m. Dec. 20 at Diamante Golf Club, 2000 Country Club Drive, Hot Springs Village.

Hutchinson, a member of the Blackfoot Indian Tribe from Montana, will present "Who Are You?" She will address the problems shared by her Native American grandparents as they transitioned from their native to white man's culture. She drew from the same strength as she adapted to the Washington, D.C., environment and a divorce.

Hutchinson has eight grandchildren. Her father was a Navy career man, so they moved 29 times before she graduated from high school. She earned a master's degree in communications from the University of Arkansas.

A school teacher and professional mediator, Hutchinson co-owned a Christian radio station. She worked on Capitol Hill running a congressman's office, and served on the Arkansas Motor Vehicle Commission and the Arkansas Student Loan Authority Board of Directors and the Appointment Commission. Hutchinson was elected state representative from Benton County and she recently was term limited.

Hutchinson wrote the novel "Cally," a Kindle short story about a young reporter covering a murder at the Wakarusa Music Festival, and she serves as the chair of the Bella Vista Christian Women's Club.

The special feature will be a Christmas concert by Treble in the Village. The quartet sings with Top of the Rock Chorus in Little Rock. Treble in the Village moved to Hot Springs Village from Washington, D.C., Louisiana, Arkansas and Minnesota. Each member brings many years of various music backgrounds to this foursome and sings for audiences in Hot Springs Village and beyond.

HSV Morning Connection requires no membership or dues to attend the monthly meetings. Registration begins at 9:15 a.m., and the program starts promptly at 9:30 a.m. All area women are welcome for the breakfast buffet, inspirational speakers and fellowship, all for $15, inclusive.

For reservations, call Anna Dunnam, 501-204-4453, or email razorback71909@gmail.com by noon Saturday. All attendees are asked to honor their reservation -- to cancel, please contact Dunnam.

Society on 12/10/2017

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