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story.lead_photo.caption Submitted photo - NEW OFFICERS: Hot Springs Emblem Club No. 194 recently installed its new officers for 2019-2020. Front, from left, are Jackie Brown, Doreen Wilson, Sharyn Cole, Diann Northern, Beverly Goodridge, president, Nancy Harris, Corrie Serrett and Sharon Kelsay, and back, from left, are Bonnie Clark, Patricia Sitzenstock, Connie Hope, Sally Hatten, Mary Ann Golden and Sherry Miller. Not pictured are Pam McDaniel, Gail McKee, Jan Schwandt, Coni Hall, Brendee Marshall and Carole Harper.

Lupus Awareness Month symposium May 11 in Little Rock

LITTLE ROCK -- The Lupus Foundation of Arkansas Inc. will offer a Lupus Awareness Month symposium, "What is going on with my body -- Lupus," from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Arkansas Library System Darragh Center Auditorium, 100 Rock St., Little Rock.

Guest speakers include Dr. Renu Kaur, rheumatologist; Dr. Mukesh Sharma, general and interventional nephrologist -- kidneys; and Dr. Carlotta Wells of Southwest Arkansas Foot and Ankle, podiatric medicine and surgery, lifestyle medicine.

The public is welcome to attend the free event. Lunch will be served. RSVP by calling, one week prior, 501-525-9380 or 800-294-8874, or email lupusarkhs@direclynx.net.

Submitted photo ADOPT A HIGHWAY: South Hot Springs Lions recently participated in the semiannual Adopt a Highway event. From left are Walt Kelly, Steve Yach, Mickey Yach, David Osborne, Lee Floyd and Sammy Mays. Not pictured is Larry Louden.
Submitted photo ADOPT A HIGHWAY: South Hot Springs Lions recently participated in the semiannual Adopt a Highway event. From left are Walt Kelly, Steve Yach, Mickey Yach, David Osborne, Lee Floyd and Sammy Mays. Not pictured is Larry Louden.
Submitted photo RELAY FUNDRAISER: The Garland County Extension Homemakers Council recently held a luncheon to raise funds to contribute to the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life. The funds came from the sale of luncheon tickets, extension homemakers clubs' donations, a teacup auction, luminaries and the sale of chances on a quilt. The council raised $3,000 to donate to Relay for Life. The director and team captain of the GCEHC Relay for Life is Loretta Johnston. The log cabin pattern quilt was made by the Crazy Quilters EH Club. Members of the Crazy Quilters worked hard to sell tickets over a period of several months. From left are Sharron Hord, treasurer of Crazy Quilters, Paula Abney, winner of the quilt, and Christina Clement, president of GCEHC.
Submitted photo RELAY FUNDRAISER: The Garland County Extension Homemakers Council recently held a luncheon to raise funds to contribute to the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life. The funds came from the sale of luncheon tickets, extension homemakers clubs' donations, a teacup auction, luminaries and the sale of chances on a quilt. The council raised $3,000 to donate to Relay for Life. The director and team captain of the GCEHC Relay for Life is Loretta Johnston. The log cabin pattern quilt was made by the Crazy Quilters EH Club. Members of the Crazy Quilters worked hard to sell tickets over a period of several months. From left are Sharron Hord, treasurer of Crazy Quilters, Paula Abney, winner of the quilt, and Christina Clement, president of GCEHC.

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