In recent weeks I’ve reported on some insights that retirement has allowed me to gain. At first, I was too busy enjoying not having to work. Now I’m noticing some things.
The St. Francis County Museum would like to thank the many volunteers and beneficiaries that have helped with our latest endeavors. These include the Memorial Day War Room opening and the Blues Heritage Event.
As some may already know, the Forrest City Little Theatre has begun rehearsals for the musical, “Oliver!” to be presented in July.
Students and parents need to be advised that due to specific “cuts” deemed necessary by Dr. (Tiffany) Hardrick, all coaches have lost their summer “days” on their contracts.
Summer approaches, and I, having been semi-retired for a while, have been studying some things. These are things I only noticed enough to complain about in times past, but I have been giving more thought to them lately.
The Omega Chapter of Delta Beta Sigma would like to thank the community for supporting all of our efforts to raise money for the philanthropy cause Ronald McDonald House Inc.
There’s nothing quite as alarming as the blaring siren of an ambulance or fire truck fast approaching. Whether you’re in your car or safely in your home, knowing that someone – somewhere – may be in a life-threatening situation automatically increases our level of alertness.
Well, this seems to be one of those weeks in which absolutely nothing funny has happened or is happening, anywhere. Trouble is, I have to write something. So in the absence of anything funny, I turn to things I find alarming.
Have you noticed the landscaping in front of the Forrest City Post Office? When in season, the flowers and shrubbery are so pretty.
Most people only visit hospitals occasionally, when a loved one is sick or a friend is having a baby. Associates at Forrest City Medical Center are different in this regard. Each day, many of our more than 200 employees come to the hospital to provide compassionate, personalized care for friends, neighbors and those they do not know.