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January 28, 2015

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Wednesday's Datebook

Civic clubs Hot Springs Lions Club meets at 6:15 p.m. on the first, second and third Thursday of each month at Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa. Visiting Lions and guests are welcome. Call Morris Cash, 623-7723, for information. Scenic 7 Rotary Club will meet from noon-1 p.m. Thursday at Charlie's Pizza Pub, 127 McNeely Circle, at Highway 7 north across from Hot Springs Village entrance. Menu service is available before starting at 11:30 a.m. Visiting Rotarians are welcome, as well as business and community leaders along the Highway 7 corridor who wish to know more about Rotary membership. Call Charlie Whitworth, 915-2355, or Jan Saunders, 282-2024, for information.

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Wednesday Item of interest

HSHS Class of 1959 gathers Thursday Hot Springs High School Class of 1959 will meet at Purple Cow at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Classes of 1958 and 1960 are welcome. Call Jim Worthey, 625-7672, for information.

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Husband hopes wife is willing to spice up their love life

DEAR ABBY: My wife and I have been married for quite a while, and our intimate life became monotonous and unimaginative a long time ago. Over the years I have suggested we try things like role-playing and other nonextreme variations during intimate times. My suggestions were met with rolling eyes and retorts like, "I'm your wife, not a hooker." I finally gave up and try to be content with what we have together.

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Local author visits with Book Babes

Book Babes member Nan Clem hosted an evening with local author Mary Bell Hill, whose book, "Images of America: Hot Springs National Park," chronicles the history of Hot Springs.

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Working in cold temps

The Court Houses and Police Memorial Committee met to plant the last of the pansies. These could not be planted in October due to the installation of one of the new courthouse statues. One statue was placed in the bed the committee usually plants.

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Aiding the community

Whittington Valley Neighborhood Association recently made a cash donation to support the charitable programs at First Presbyterian Church, 213 Whittington Ave.

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AAUW prepares for Second Chance Book Sale

Mary Jane Attwood prepares books for the AAUW Second Chance Book Sale to be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Unitarian Universalist Village Church, 403 Barcelona Road, Hot Springs Village. Bags will be sold for $5 each, and shoppers can fill the bag with books. Books available include a variety of fiction, nonfiction material, children's, mysteries, cookbooks, war, crafts, gardening, social studies, nature and science.

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Newest HSV Altrusan

At the monthly general meeting of Altrusa International of Hot Springs Village, Ark., Inc., the members had a dinner prepared by the Membership Committee. Rose Bruns, center, was initiated by Doris Michaelson, left, as Bruns' sponsor, Teri LaBove, looking on.

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Sunday Items of interest

State party chair to speak to Democrats Vincent Insalaco, chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas, will be guest speaker at the Brown Bag Lunch at noon Monday at Garland County Democratic Headquarters, 608 W. Grand Ave.

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Colonial Dames 17th Century chapter reports record growth

The five newest members of the Col. John Washington Chapter were recently introduced to the chapter at a meeting held at Hot Springs Country Club. Due to the diligent efforts of registrar Mary Reid Warner, the chapter has gained 14 new members since January 2014.

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New members welcomed

Emblem Club 194 installed two new members at a recent business meeting. From left are new member Karen Copp, President Pam McDaniel, Arkansas Emblem President Linda Deaton, of Mena, and new member Theresa Perl.

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Preparing for 'Doin' Time for Kids'

On Feb. 11, the Zeta Chi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha will sponsor its annual "Doin' Time for Kids," a benefit for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Zeta Chi has sponsored this fundraiser since 2000. The event will be held at Orr Cadillac, 4555 Central Ave., where the "jail scene" will be created.

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Scenic 7 Rotary awards fellowships

Four years ago, on Jan. 1, 2011, the Rotary Club of North Garland County (Scenic 7) received its Rotary charter. Sponsored and mentored by the Rotary Club of Hot Springs Village, Scenic 7 is the newest Rotary club in Garland County. It serves the communities along the Highway 7 north corridor, between Fountain Lake and Jessieville schools.

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'Sisters' serve others

or Martin Luther King Day of Service, Sisters In Service volunteers prepared and served the daily lunch at Jackson House.

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Detention center tour

Marion Anderson Men's Breakfast Group was the first group to tour the new Garland County Detention Center. It was divided into two groups, tour number one is shown in the picture.

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