July 2019 Photos

Amy Barlow demonstrates painting birch trees using a credit card and black acrylic paint to members of the Ouachita River Art Guild during a monthly meeting in May 2019.Tabitha Clarke, Senior Service Hydrologist/Meterologist with the National Weather Service Little Rock gave a presentation on June 20, 2019 at the Chamber of Commerce  Monthly Member Breakfast. Three goats graze on a warm sunny afternoon in the Antioch Community on Saturday, June 29, 2019.Pictured are the 2019 Malvern Area Kiwanis Scholarship recipients. Left to right are Cecilia Howell, who was awarded a $200 scholarship; Karigan Beckwith, who was awarded a $500 scholarship; and Dylan Clayton who was awarded a $300 scholarship.Brandon Rimmer demonstrates print making to members of the Ouachita River Art Guild during a monthly meeting in February 2019.Runners race to the finish line during the 2019 Dam Mountain 10K at Lake Catherine State Park sponsored by Arkansas Getting Everyone Outside.Three Allis-Chalmers generators at Remmel Dam, each capable of generating 4MW. It is estimated that 1MW will power 1,000 homes. Remmel Dam could support 12,000 homes.The walkway through lower Remmel Dam (above photo)  can been seen in the adjacent construction photo. Kimberly Bogart, Lakes & Property Coordinator with Entergy Arkansas, LLC is proud to be part of the Ouachita River and Remmel Dam team. She is pictured in front of Remmel Dam on the Ouachita River.Two photos of construction workers building Remmel Dam hang in the Hot Spring County Historical Society Heritage House. The above photo was taken on June 17, 1924.NEW LEOPARD COACHES: Pictured, left to right, Aaron Pennington, Nick Finley and Cameron Brown are new additions to the Malvern Leopards football assistant coaching staff for the upcoming 2019 season.Harris United, LLC, began the dirt work process for the construction project of Love's Travel Stop located at mile marker 97— 6716 Highway 171 in Malvern on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.The Ouachita River below Remmel Dam is a popular location for swimming, fishing and putting in tubes or other vessels for floating the river. The area is accessible daily by automobile from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Recreational water releases are done Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The June birthday celebration was Friday, June 21, 2019. Those honored for being the oldest and youngest were: oldest man, Robert Ireton; youngest man, Thomas Gray; oldest woman, Vonda Cranford, and youngest woman, Ruth Estes. The May birthday celebration of seniors took at the Senior Activity Center on Friday, May 24, 2019. Those honored for being the oldest and youngest men and women were: oldest woman, Marquerite Tyler; oldest man, David Baum; youngest woman, Joyce Hagon, and youngest man, Don, McClenahan.A member of ADE TLAG and Malvern Middle School ELA teacher, Claudine James, displays her Arkansas Teacher license with the newly obtained Lead and Master Professional Educator endorsements. Easton Cansler prepares to test his skills on the gilder at Malvern City Park on a recent sunny afternoon. (Above photos) James Wetherington (left) was presented the 2018 Hot Spring County Historical Society Patron Award on Monday, July 1, 2019 during the Historical Society’s semi-annual potluck meal. The Historical Society’s next meeting will be at 7 p.m. on August 5, 2019 at The Heritage House in Malvern.Malvern Legion Leopard Jace Wise (right) defends first base during the Leopards game against Sheridan on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.Hot Spring County Justices of the Peace and County Judge listen to a presentation about lighting at county buildings during the Tuesday, June 25, 2019 Quorum Court committee meeting. The Quorum Court will meet for its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9, at the Hot Spring County Courthouse courtroom.Malvern Legion Leopard Jacobe Hart pitches in relief during the Leopards game against Sheridan at Morrison Park on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. The Leopards will be playing in the district tournament held in Arkadelphia at Ouachita Baptist University and Henderson State University today, July 5 through July 9.Bart Herrington leads his first meeting during the Malvern Lions Club meeting on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.Malvern Legion Leopard Seth Stewart goes for a bunt during the Leopards game against Sheridan at Morrison Park on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. The Leopards will be playing in the district tournament held in Arkadelphia at Ouachita Baptist University and Henderson State University today, July 5 through July 9.City of Malvern street plan project for view on TV screens on Monday, July 1, 2019 at the City Council meeting, in the City Hall Courtroom.Malvern City Council members observe the street plan project during a presentation explained by City of Malvern Assistant Street Superintendent Jacob Wright, on Monday, July 1, 2019 at the City Council meeting, in the City Hall Courtroom.Camryn Dyer, 8-years old of Malvern, was recently selected to play in the 2019 USSSA Arkansas All-State Showcase, 8U division, on Aug. 3 in Conway. The 2019 All-State games will showcase outstanding players from all over Arkansas who have been nominated throughout the season in USSSA events.Camryn Dyer, 8-years old of Malvern, was recently selected to play in the 2019 USSSA Arkansas All-State Showcase, 8U division, on Aug. 3 in Conway. The 2019 All-State games will showcase outstanding players from all over Arkansas who have been nominated throughout the season in USSSA events.Contestants in America’s High School Pageant stop at JJ’s Truck Stop for lunch on their way to compete. The 156 contestants ranged from 6th grade to the collegiate level, each competing in their respective categories for up to a $95,000 package of winnings. Londyn McClung (left) dressed in patriotic attire gets a first hand look at the Rockport Fire Department fire truck with the help of Rockport Fire Chief Damon Dyer at Lifepoint Church’s Celebrate Freedom held on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Terri Bryant showed her patriotism with a red, white and blue scarf at Lifepoint Church’s Celebrate Freedom held on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Sheridan Attorney Margaret Dobson of Dobson Law Firm is announcing her candidacy for Circuit Judge in the 7th judicial district, which encompasses Grant and Hot Spring Counties.Malvern head football coach J.D. Plumlee speaks to the Malvern Leopards Football Team during practice on Monday, July 8, 2019. The Leopards are set to host the James King Memorial 7 on 7 Tournament on Wednesday, July 10 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. Malvern’s Cedric Simmons hands the ball off to a running back during drills at practice on Monday, July 8, 2019.Malvern lineman practice reading coverages during drills at practice on Monday, July 8, 2019.Malvern receivers practice catching the ball during drills at practice on Monday, July 8, 2019.The National Cheer Association recently held a three day camp at Ouachita High School, where new cheers and dance routines were taught by NCA instructors. Try-outs were held at the end of the camp for the All American Team. Those making the team are pictured left to right with instructors: Aubrey Smith, Tessa Keykendall, Haley Paul, and Grace baker.Envy the corn snake was shown to guests at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library during the Zoo to You program on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton (second from right) accepts a check from the Department of Arkansas Heritage Director Stacy Hurst (second from left) for $94,500 on behalf of Hot Spring County during a ceremony at Department of Arkansas Heritage headquarters on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. Also pictured is Laura Parish (left) with the Hot Spring County Judge’s office and Darian Piper with West Central Arkansas Planning and Development District.Kristian Miller (left) and Mandy Ledbetter, owners and operators of the Home Skillet Cafe, pose for a picture behind the counter with a menu.Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to welcome The Home Skillet Cafe located on Highway 67 in Donaldson on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. The Home Skillet Cafe offers homemade desserts daily. Pictured is their margarita cupcakes, pecan pie, and derby pie.A mini version of the Skillet Burger along with homemade pineapple upside down cake and hand-cut fries were served during the Home Skillet Cafe’s ribbon cutting on Wednesday, June 26, 2019.Malvern’s Braxton Allen takes off with the ball after faking the handoff to the running back during practice on Monday, July 8, 2019. The Malvern Leopards football will be hosting the James King Memorial 7 on 7 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field today, Wednesday, July 10, 2019 beginning at 9 a.m.Mandy Taylor was introduced as the new Hot Spring County extension agent during the Hot Spring County Quorum Court meeting on Tuesday, July 2, 2019.Tot the opossum was one of the animals shown during the Zoo to You program at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.Barbara Dunn shows and speaks about Wylie the screech owl during the Zoo to You program at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.Marilyn Irwin shows Buzz the tarantula to kids at the Zoo to You program held at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.Asa and Maddox Ledbetter embrace after the color run at the 2019 Donaldson Fourth of July event. Asher Simpson smiles for a photo after the Color Run at the 2019 Donaldson Fourth of July event.Malvern’s Braxton Allen drops back to pass during the James King Memorial 7 on 7 Tournament on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. Malvern’s Cedric Simmons throws the ball during the James King Memorial 7 on 7 Tournament on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. Malvern Head Football Coach J.D. Plumlee talks to the Malvern Leopards football team after their loss to Benton during bracket play of the James King Memorial 7 on 7 Tournament. The tournament was held on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Donaldson Fourth of July Color Run participants stop for a photo after the run.Children and adults enjoy horseshoes, checkers, a giant Jenga, bounce house, fireworks and more at the 2019 Donaldson Fourth of July event.First Presbyterian Church Pastor Rev. Courtney Bacon-Latina (right) walks with a group of youngsters as they pass out American Flags to patrons at the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Gaberial Ledbetter showed her patriotism with American Flags at the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Volunteers paint faces during the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Patrons at the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church listen to The Eubanks Family sing while waiting on the evening fireworks show on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Randy and Vickie Hooper showed their patriotism with American Flags at the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church on Thursday, July 4, 2019.The Eubanks Family (Jennifer, Emma and Terry) provided live music at the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Julie Ledbetter showed his patriotism with American Flags at the Celebrate Freedom event at Lifepoint Church on Thursday, July 4, 2019.Maddox Morgan smiles for a photo after the Color Run at the 2019 Donaldson Fourth of July event.The Malvern defense swarms a Lakeside receiver during the James King Memorial 7 on 7 Tournament on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. The Pulaski Academy Bruins football team poses for a picture after winning the James King Memorial 7 on 7 Tournament on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field. Pictured, Rockport Mayor Ruth Ann Crites is ready to serve and lead the community of Rockport as mayor.Campers practice dribbling the ball during the 2019 Malvern Skillz and Drillz Camp on Friday, July 12, 2019.Campers were all smiles despite running laps at the 2019 Malvern Skillz and Drillz Camp on Friday, July 12, 2019.One of the 1968 striking Memphis sanitation workers, Elmore Nickleberry, poses with teacher, Claudine James, at the MHT Summer Teacher Institute. Mr. Nickelberry, who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when he went to Memphis to assist the sanitation workers, recently retired after 65 years as an employee of the Memphis Sanitation Department, the longest working Memphis sanitation employee as of date.Campers practice controlling the ball during the 2019 Malvern Skillz and Drillz Camp on Friday, July 12, 2019.Hot Spring County Extension Homemakers installed its new officers during the 2019 Brickfest. Pictured left to right is Ann Prince, past president; Rosemary Daniel, treasurer; Brenda Kratz, secretary; Pauline Waldroff, vice president; Mary Reeve, president, and Velma Sandage, installation presenter.The LifeNet Medical Emergency Service staff of Tommy Singleton, Melinda Ritter, DJ Sanders, Jeff Hunter, Devan Steen, Tina Bell and Brad Chunn hosted their annual Community BBQ and Membership Drive in Malvern on Thursday, July 11, 2019. The event was open to anyone living in Hot Spring County. Several citizens of the community attended and were provided a barbecue sandwich, chips, desserts and a drink. Lions member Scott White (left) had Randy Lann speak to the Malvern Lions Club during their weekly meeting on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.The Malvern Leopards continued their journey on the gridiron for more 7 on 7 football tournament competition hosted at Lake Hamilton on Friday, July 12, 2019. The Leopards battled Mineral Springs, Hot Springs Lakeside Team 1, Lake Hamilton Team 2, Fountain Lake and Coweta, Oklahoma during pool play competition. The Leopards made plays and showed intensity with excitement during their participation despite the heated temperatures in preparation for the upcoming fall football season.Campers play a little one on one with instructors during the 2019 Malvern Skillz and Drillz Camp on Friday, July 12, 2019.The Poyen Indians got back to work on the gridiron for summer workout action on Friday, July 12, 2019 by competing in their third 7 on 7 football tournament hosted in Lake Hamilton. The Indians squared off against Mena, Calvary, Hot Springs Lakeside Team 2 and Lake Hamilton during pool play action. The Indians will continue more summer workout activities in preparation for the upcoming 2019 football season for the month of July before starting their fall campaign in August.In support of the new AEHC Statewide Project, the Hot Spring County Extension Homemakers Council donated $1,000 to the Arkansas Food Bank. Pictured is Ann Price (left), past president of Hot Spring County Extension Homemakers Council and Hot Spring County FCS Agent Kristal Draper.

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