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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Hope Police Offer Hope High Students Program On Impaired Driving

Member of the Hope Police Department presented a program to seniors at Hope High Thursday April 24th about the dangers of impaired driving during the prom season. The officers showed the students a video and then took them out to the football field for an impaired driving demonstration. The students took turns driving through an obstacle course while wearing goggles that simulated various stages of intoxication. Here students Jonathan Palmer and Channing Kight don their goggles and prepare to drive the course under the watchful eye of Detective Andrew Watson of the Hope Police Department

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Chamber Coffee Hosted By Garrett Memorial Christian School

The Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Community Coffee on Wednesday April 23rd was hosted by the Garrett Memorial Christian School. The 6th grade students in Mrs. Judy Alexander's class always act as "hosts and hostesses" for the event. Many of the students served the visitors and helped with tours of the school. On the back row is Whitley Richards, Grace Cearley, Ty Watkins, and Alex Goodson. On the front row is Andrew Miller, Jordan Keener, Kaiola Sooman, Anna Kate Childress, Trinity Willis, Kaitie Hooker, Sam Gilmer, Colton Phillips, Ashlynn Hart, and Ashton Kenzel. Principal Jimmy Walker noted the school has its biggest enrollment ever with well over 200 students attending the school

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Earl Downs Honored For 50 Years Of Service To Whitfield Lodge And Grand Lodge Of Arkansas

Earl Downs of Hope was honored for 50 years of service recently by Donny Bright, Worshipful Master of Whitfield Lodge 239 on behalf of the Grand Lodge of Arkansas, Free and Accepted Masons.  Brother Downs received a 50 year pin and certificate.  The award was given as a visible token of fraternal love and grateful appreciation for over 50 years of service to Freemasonry

Cliff Knowles Honored As Past President Of Hope Kiwanis Club

Tuesday April 22nd was "club day" at the Hope Kiwanis Club.  This is the day that the club takes care of business such as planning "hot dog" day at Atwoods on Saturday April 26th.  President Steve Buelow also took the opportunity to present past president Cliff Knowles with a plaque for his service as President for 2012/2013.  This was Knowles second stint as president.  He served previously in the 1990's.  The Hope Kiwanis Club has recently added several new members making it one of the few in the state that is growing.  Buelow credited much of the growth to Knowles' leadership