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story.lead_photo.caption Submitted photo NEW OFFICERS: Hot Springs Emblem Club No. 194 recently introduced two newly installed officers, Second Vice President Sharyn Cole, left, and President Beverly Goodridge. "Congratulations to both these ladies and know that you will have a wonderful and very successful year," a news release said. - Photo by Submitted photo

Spin Doctors plan Christmas Party

Hot Springs Spin Doctors will hold its second annual Christmas party from 6-8 p.m. Monday at Coffee Love, 4832 Central Ave.

There will be live music by Tommie & The Bad Apples and Dirty Santa, along with great coffee, fellowship and food.

It's rumored that Santa and Elvis may make an appearance.

Hot Springs Spin Doctors meets at 6 p.m. the first Monday of the month at Coffee Love. The group is devoted to the love, listening and preservation of vinyl records. Anyone who collects and listens to vinyl records is welcome. Members share new, eclectic and hard-to-find music in a group setting. Bring LPs to show, trade, sell, and just hang out and listen. Call Mark Maybrey, 256-762-9061, or Doug Gulley, 501-766-7280, for information.

Community Coffee set for Tuesday

The next meeting of Community Coffee will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday, hosted by the Area Agency on Aging, 905 W. Grand Ave. The Community Coffee is an informal monthly meeting of area community and government agencies to provide opportunities for networking. The public is welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided. Call Billie Holsomback, 501-321-2811, for more information.

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Submitted photo NEW OFFICERS: Hot Springs Emblem Club No. 194 recently introduced two newly installed officers, Second Vice President Sharyn Cole, left, and President Beverly Goodridge. "Congratulations to both these ladies and know that you will have a wonderful and very successful year," a news release said.

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