September 19, 2018

Arts & Culture

Gold Star awards

Submitted photo Garland County Extension Homemakers Council recently recognized clubs with Gold Star awards. The Gold Star Award system is the way clubs evaluate themselves to see how well they are meeting the goals of the council. Clubs are awarded certificates and a monetary reward. Receiving one gold star was Busy Bees; two, Mis Amigas and Park Heights; and three, All Things Home, Crazy Quilters, Fiber Therapy, Lakeside and Loyal Ladies. From front left are Martha Wilson, of Busy Bees, Jennifer Orr, Fiber Therapy, Lawana Whaley, Lakeside; back, Kathy Nelson, with Loyal Ladies, Marilyn Fendley, Crazy Quilters, Sally Patterson, Park/Heights, Joy Ann Miles, All Things Home, and Valerie Nuckels, Mis Amigas.

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Wife is blindsided by news of husband's past romance

DEAR ABBY: My husband, "Bill," and I have been happily married for 22 years and have two very active, beautiful children. Our oldest daughter has been playing on a traveling soccer team for the last five years. Bill and I go all over the country to watch her play and have become very close to the head coach, "Marla," and her family.

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4-H clubs seek new members

The Garland County 4-H clubs are seeking new members. The purpose of these clubs is to give the youths of Garland County, ages 5 to 19, an opportunity to participate in youth development educational programs of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.

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