Recently I’ve been looking around at all the “stuff” I have and wondering why I bought it or why someone gave it to me. We all have so much “stuff” that we don’t need but some of it we focus on and even obsess over. I was watching “Antiques Roadshow” on PBS tonight and got [...]
Archive for July 2013
The 2013 Beebe Fall Festival will be Saturday, October 5th.
Hosted by the Beebe Chamber of Commerce, the 2013 Beebe Fall Festival will be held from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 5th in Downtown Beebe.
This annual event continues to grow each year and is a wonderful day of fun and entertainment for the [...]
Grand Opening of Walmart is August 2nd Lots of Beebe employees are working to get the store ready for openingJul 18th, 2013 | By admin | Category: News and Features
BY LEE “CAT” McLANE
We toured the not-yet-opened Walmart last week with Manager Tim Hammack. He showed us the many stocked shelves, stocked freezer sections and empty shelves of the produce and deli section - which will obviously be stocked just prior to opening on August 2nd. He said the Beebe Walmart is about 50,000 s.f. [...]
Due to the Arkansas Department of Health converting to electronic health records this summer, the White County Health Department, with locations in both Searcy and Beebe, will be changing their regular business activities during the week of July 22-26, 2013, for the staff to receive computer training and updates.
There will NOT be a nurse available [...]
The Beebe School Board met Thursday night, July 11th and approved stipend increases of 5% to all athletic stipends and voted to give an additional $2,000 stipend for those who earn the Master Principal designation.
In personnel matters, the board approved:
Resignations – Leah Barber, Literacy Coach, Badger Elementary; Terri Vanderford, maintenance/grounds; Sarah Shannon, Beebe Childcare Program [...]
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There will be a Gospel singing this Saturday, July 20th at 7:00 p.m. at 16th Section Church on Hwy 267, McRae. Johnny Parrack will be the quest. Please join us. Fellowship will follow.
Well - there was a verdict in the Zimmerman trial this week and it was “not guilty.” I wasn’t really surprised and I’m sure no matter what the verdict - there would have been people who cried “foul” and been unhappy.
As far as racism goes - I believe if we could think that we might [...]
Quality leadership is a necessity for every organization and also for an organism like the church. If the church is going to function as God intends it to, we will have to emphasize developing leaders. The book of Titus tells us how to go about that task. A quick reading of Titus shows that character [...]