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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Garrett Memorial Christian School Hosts Chamber Coffee

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    The Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Community Coffee on Wednesday April 22nd was hosted by the Garrett Memorial Christian School. The Coffee was held at the school which is located at #1 Genesis Drive next to Wal-Mart and Red River Credit Union. The Coffee is hosted by the 6th grade class. The students welcomed the visitors, served the refreshments, and offered tours of the campus. Pictured on the back row is Mrs. Marlar, a teacher, as well as students Grayson Rosenbaum, Landon Rosenbaum, Raley Sullivan, Gideon Barrogan, Libby Tyson, Alex Peek, Matthew Lloyd, Annabeth Martin, and Tyjon Harris. Teacher Judy Alexander is at the end of the row. On the front row is Ayden Sundberg, Makayla Purtle, Joey Jaggars, Ashton Adams, Marie Akard, Caleb Reynga, Will Zumwalt, Grayson Chambless, Chandler Smith, Jared Santifer, and Claire Fry.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Hope Kiwanis Club Hears Legislative Update From Brent Talley

The Hope Kiwanis Club heard an update on the recent legislative session from District 3 State Representative Brent Talley at their meeting on Tuesday April 21st
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Hope Lions Hear From John Collier On "Recruitment Day"

The Hope Lions Club held a special "recruitment day" Monday April 20th. Lion John Collier explained to the visitors (and a few Lions too!) about the club's origins as well as the local club's origins in 1947. The club meets every Monday at noon at the Amigo Juan Banquet Room. Anyone interested in learning more or visiting can contact Collier or any other Lion. There is also the new Hope Evening Lions. Jessica Trauger is the President of that club.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Monument To Honor General Herbert Jack Lloyd

Sheriff James Singleton and local businessman Gary Chambless announced Monday (4-20) that a monument to honor Brigadier General Herbert Jack Lloyd of Hempstead County will be erected on the courthouse lawn later this year. General Lloyd has been honored in a variety of ways including at the O.C.S. Hall of Fame at Fort Benning, GA as well as the Arkansas Military Veterans Hall of Fame, and the United States Army Ranger Hall of Fame. Plans are to unveil the monument on Veteran's Day this fall. Well over half the cost has been raised and anyone or organization who would like to contribute can contact Sheriff Singleton or Chambless.  Pictured at the announcement at the Hampton Inn is County Judge Haskell Morse, Sheriff James Singleton, General Lloyd, Gary Chambless, and Bro. John Nations.