June 2019 Photographs

The Jessie Ashford Genealogy Annex is located at 219 South Ash Street in Malvern is the location of the Hot Spring County Historical Society meeting to be held on Monday, June 3, 2019, at 7 p.m.Tim Callison, with Arkansas State Police and his canine officer, Rhino spoke to Rotarians on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 during their regular scheduled meeting. Callison (right) is pictured with Rotarian Ron Parrish and canine Rhino.The Malvern Lady Leopards Volleyball team held a fundraiser with Dorey’s Catering in the Malvern School District Central Office parking lot between 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, May 31, 2019. The proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards the team’s summer camps and the upcoming 2019 Volleyball season.Malvern Lady Leopard Volleyball player, Kealy Barber puts lids on drinks during the Lady Leopards fundraiser with Dorey’s Catering held in the Malvern School District Central Office parking lot on Friday, May 31, 2019. The proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards the team’s summer camps and the upcoming 2019 Volleyball season.Clare Graham, regional director of the Malvern/ Hot Spring County Library and Will Graham, circulation clerk at the Malvern/ Hot Spring County Library pose for a picture with Pete the Cat during the library’s Kickoff Carnival for the 2019 Summer Reading Program on Saturday, June 1.Kids race each other in the egg race during Victory Praise and Worship’s Out of School Block Party on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Jacee Moreno, with Parents as Teachers, does face painting during Victory Praise and Worship’s Out of School Block Party on June 1, 2019.Members of the Malvern Fire Department explain to parents and kids about the equipment on the fire engine during the Victory Praise and Worship’s Out of School Block Party on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Arkansas Department of Transportation workers repair sections of the Interstate 30 Highway 270 overpass on Monday, June 3, 2019.Jeffery Tyler McJunkins from Magnet Cove High School is the winner of a $750 Brickfest Scholarship. The Brickfest Scholarship is awarded to one male and one female senior from the local school districts. These scholarships are based on these individuals community service to their communities. McJunkins is pictured with Von Michael, Malvern Brickfest Chair.Rebekah Thornton from Glen Rose High School is the winner of the 2019 Malvern Brickfest $750 Scholarship. The Brickfest Scholarship is awarded to one male and one female senior from the local school districts. These scholarships are based on these individuals community service to their communities. Thornton is pictured with Von Michael, Malvern Brickfest Chair.Kids celebrated the start of summer with an egg race during the Victory Praise and Worship Out of School Block Party on June 1, 2019. Shantea Whitaker, Jacee Moreno, and Lakeisha Yarbrough, with Parents as Teachers do nails and face painting during Victory Praise and Worship’s Out of School Block Party on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Kids practice their hopping skills in a sack race held at Victory Praise and Worship’s Out of School Block Party on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Pictured from left to right are Craig Welle, Executive Director Arkansas Learning Through The Arts; Martha Smither, Board President Arkansas Learning Through The Arts; Mark Hunt, Entergy Customer Service Manager, and Jennifer Orr, Entergy Customer Representative Assistant during a check presentation from Entergy Arkansas to Arkansas Learning Through The Arts on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.Wildlife biologist, Jake Whisenhunt, explaining to 4th grade students the role the Arkansas Game and Fish plays in conservation and maintaining the Arkansas wildlife habitat.Second grade students, Shane Rimmer, Braxton Gray, Justice Switzer, Elli Caddy and Gage McClard work on designing hand held pollinators during Career Days at Magnet Cove Elementary.Engineering student, Vera Rodriquez helps Lillie Zapfe try out her pollinator.Members of the Glen Rose football team watch as the Lake Hamilton Wolves and Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals match up during the Beavers team camp on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. The Beavers hosted the Lake Hamilton Wolves, Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals, and the Hot Springs Trojans football teams during their team camp.A Glen Rose receiver catches the ball mid-air during the Beavers team camp with the Lake Hamilton Wolves, Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals, and the Hot Springs Trojans football teams on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.Glen Rose junior Noah Wright takes the handoff during the Beavers team camp on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. The Beavers hosted the Lake Hamilton Wolves, Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals, and the Hot Springs Trojans football teams during their team camp.Jannette Sanders of Malvern has retired from working many years as a valuable employee of Central Arkansas Development Council.The board of the READ Program (Literacy Council of Hot Spring County) met recently at All Aboard Restaurant in Benton to welcome its new director, Kathy Cole, and to elect officers for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The READ Program teaches reading, math and other skills to adults with low level abilities. Pictured from left to right is Jan Robertson, secretary; Crystal Ingram, treasurer; Kathy Cole, director; Vickie McNees, vice president, and Peggy Turci, president.Campers entering grades fourth through seventh posed for a picture during the Bismarck basketball skills camp, hosted by the Bismarck Senior High Basketball Team, during the last week of May. Campers were taught shooting form, footwork, ball handling, and other basic basketball skills.A camper practices his shooting form during the Bismarck basketball skills camp that was hosted by the Bismarck Senior Boys Basketball team during the last week of May.The Bismarck Senior Boys Basketball team posed for a picture during the Bismarck basketball skills camp during the last week of May. The Senior Boys Basketball team hosted the camp and helped students entering grades fourth through seventh shooting form, footwork, ball handling, and other basic basketball skills. Funds raised from the camp will be used to send the team to the Licking Summer Camp in Branson, Mo. June 5 through June 7.Kids pile into the bounce house at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s kickoff carnival for their A Universe of Stories summer reading program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Kids practice their bowling skills during the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s kickoff carnival for their A Universe of Stories summer reading program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Kids wait patiently to see what they look like after getting their face painted at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s kickoff carnival for their A Universe of Stories summer reading program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Glen Rose junior Noah Wright carries the ball for the Beavers during their team camp with the Lake Hamilton Wolves, Haskell Harmony Grove Cardinals, and the Hot Springs Trojans on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.Young volunteers handed out the small tokens of appreciation for veterans during the Memorial Day services at Poyen Lindsay Cemetery on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2019.Young volunteers handed out the small tokens of appreciation for veterans during the Memorial Day services at Poyen Lindsay Cemetery on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2019.Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin spoke at a ceremony honoring veterans at Poyen Lindsay Cemetery on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2019.An alien spaceship invaded the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library during the library’s kickoff carnival for their A Universe of Stories summer reading program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Malvern City Park’s Committee met Friday, May 31, 2019 to discuss City Park improvements. Mollie Moore gets a picture with Pete the Cat during the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s kickoff carnival for their A Universe of Stories summer reading program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Ouachita Fire Department Assistant Fire Chief Clay Nutt received two new AEDs from LifeNet Director of Operations Tommy Singleton.  The AEDs were purchased through LifeNet’s AED Matching Grant Program, which helps places the devices throughout the community. By partnering with first responder organizations, LifeNet helps ensure the people most likely to arrive first at a medical emergency with a patient in sudden cardiac arrest are equipped to help.Kids throw water balloons at an inflatable spaceship during the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s kickoff carnival for their A Universe of Stories summer reading program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.Emmett Till (left) Wheeler Parker, older child on the right.Will Tanner (standing) with the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library explains items for genealogy research found in the Jan Lambert Research Room to Hot Spring County Historical Society members, Homer Lawrence, Mary Evelyn Lawrence and Louise White on Monday, June 3, 2019 during the society’s monthly meeting held at the library’s Jessie Ashford Genealogy Annex. Magnet Cove football head coach Caleb Carmikle visits with (3) Tyler Hodges on the sideline during a game from the 2018 football season at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium. Carmilke will be entering his third season as head coach of the Magnet Cove Panthers this upcoming 2019 football season.Reverend Wheeler Parker, Jr.Sixth grade students at Wilson Intermediate School participate in a mock artifact dig during a recent field trip to Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park.Sixth grade students at Wilson Intermediate School create their own pottery during a recent field trip to Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park.Campers watch as Malvern Alumni show how to stretch muscles during the Fourth Annual Malvern Alumni Skills and Drills Camp on Friday, June 7, 2019.Campers were all smiles during the Fourth Annual Malvern Alumni Skills and Drills Camp on Friday, June 7, 2019. Harold Harris, Malvern Alum and former Arkansas Razorback, shows the proper technique during the Fourth Annual Malvern Alumni Skills and Drills Camp on Friday, June 7, 2019.A collection of 100 phones and other memorabilia donated by Rick Norwood to the Hot Spring County Museum are on exhibit and open to the public.Rick Norwood recently donated a portion of his private collection of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company phones to the Hot Spring County Museum. Norwood is pictured with a 1970s Sculptura Phone.Rick Norwood stands in a phone booth which he recently donated to the Hot Spring County Museum along with other phone memorabilia.The Hot Spring County Historical Society is seeking information about the above mid-1950s Little Red School House photo. The teacher of this class was Ms. Fannie Higgs. The school was located in East Malvern between East Page Avenue and Sullenberger Street.  The above photo was published on Saturday, May 18 in the Malvern Daily Record. Since its initial publication the Historical Society has received many identifications. The photo is believed to be a 1958 photo with most of the students graduating in 1971 Poyen Indian Jaxson Carter tests out the Indians offensive scheme and attack during spring drills on the Indians practice field in May to get ready for a busy summer of workouts to prepare for the 2019 football season.Veronica Harris, a  local  vendor,  displays her handmade items,    Friday, June 7, at the Hot Spring County Farmer’s Market. The market is located at the HSC Fairgrounds on Martin Luther King Boulevard in Malvern.   The market is open at 6 a.m. each Friday during the Summer months. However, the market will not be open on Friday, June 21, in order to accommodate the Schedule for Brickfest XXXIX.Malvern Alum Demias Jimerson, throws the ball around during the Malvern Alumni Skills and Drills Camp on Friday, June 7 and Saturday June 8, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium-David Alpe Field.Amburr Dawn Drury is running for District Court Judge covering Grant and Hot Spring Counties. Jace Roberts announces his intentions to run for District Judge for the 33rd District Court.Terri Bryant, Director of School Improvement with the Malvern School District, spoke to the Malvern Area Kiwanis Club on Thursday, June 6, 2019 during their weekly meeting. Bryant spoke about the many health grants she has obtained for the Malvern School District.The 2019 Miss Brickfest Little Miss contestants are front row L to R: Lilly Fields, Ember Barnhart Martin, Charlie Hendrick, Gracey Hughes, Madison Brandon, and Jaycie Bell. Back row L to R: Kamryn Goins, Kayla Best, Joe Paul Finley-2018-2019 Little Miss, Harper Messick, and Parker Bussell.The 2019 Miss Brickfest Petite Miss contestants are: Cambrie Whitley and Gabby Chaney. Not pictured: Taryn Corrin Black.The 2019 Miss Brickfest Young Miss contestants are front row L to R: Raelle Morgan and Addacyn Jae Delamar. Back row L to R: Brinlee White, Madilyn Nearhood, Bailee Bozeman, and Kaitlyn Stevens. Not pictured:  Aubrey Pennington.The 2019 Miss Brickfest Jr. Miss contestants are L to R: Olivia Almalyn Sharp, Olivia Dianne Launius, and Kenleigh Joy Garner.The 2019 Miss Brickfest contestants are front row L to R: Madeline Marie George and Makenzie Erin Robeaux. Back row L to R: Kyleigh Elizabeth Draper and Eming Grace Herrington.SMALL TOWN SHOOTOUT ACTION: Area school the Bismarck Lions got into fierce competitive mode while on defense during the 2019 Small Town Shootout 7 on 7 Tournament at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field on Monday, June 10, 2019.SMALL TOWN SHOOTOUT ACTION: Area school Magnet Cove got into fierce competitive mode on the gridiron while competing in the 2019 Small Town Shootout 7 on 7 Tournament at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field on Monday, June 10, 2019.SMALL TOWN SHOOTOUT ACTION: Host school Poyen brought the intensity on the gridiron while competing in the 2019 Small Town Shootout 7 on 7 Tournament at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field on Monday, June 10, 2019.Members of the Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce, friends and family welcomed Arkansas Yarn Co. to the Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, May 31, 2019. Arkansas Yarn Co. is located at 202 S. Main Street in Malvern and can be reached at (501) 332-4292.Veranda Luxury Pontoons announced the acquisition of the property that formerly housed General Cable in August 2018. “This is a great day for Hot Spring County,” said Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton.Veranda Luxury Pontoons is located at 1392 Remmel Dam Road, in the former General Cable location. The 377,000 square feet industrial facility is currently being renovated, but is set to be open within the next few months. Elva Melillo, animal volunteer with the Little Rock Zoo, shows Doodlebug the tortoise to participants in the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s Summer Reading Program on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Kim Roberson, director of the Ouachita Career Center, speaks to the Malvern Lions Club during their weekly meeting on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Campers practice relay drills at the Malvern Baseball/Softball Camp held at Morrison Park on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.A camper cheers on another camper as he throws the ball during a throw and catch relay drill at the Malvern Baseball/Softball Camp held at Morrison Park on Wednesday, June 12, 2019. More photos on page 5.Malvern softball coach Darryl Baker gives directions to campers during warm ups at the Malvern Baseball/Softball Camp held at Morrison Park on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.Members of the Malvern softball team demonstrate how to do the warm up drills at the Malvern Baseball/Softball Camp held at Morrison Park on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.Campers began the day with warm up drills at the Malvern Baseball/Softball Camp held at Morrison Park on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.Campers practice throwing the ball at the Malvern Baseball/Softball Camp held at Morrison Park on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.An albino ferret was one of the ambassador animals brought to the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library by volunteers with the Little Rock Zoo on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 as a part of the 2019 Summer Reading Program.Participants in the 2019 Summer Reading Program, held at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library, got the chance to pet Copper the rabbit and Doodlebug the tortoise from the Little Rock Zoo, on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Marilyn Irwin, volunteer with the Little Rock Zoo, answers questions from participants of the 2019 Summer Reading Program, held at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library on Tuesday, June 11, 2019..Elva Melillo, volunteer with the Little Rock Zoo, explains about the corn snake she is holding to participants of the 2019 Summer Reading Program, held at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Charles Smith, volunteer with the Little Rock Zoo, explains Copper the rabbit to participants of the 2019 Summer Reading Program, held at the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Elva Melillo, volunteer with the Little Rock Zoo, shows Doodlebug the tortoise to participants of the 2019 Malvern-Hot Spring County Library’s Summer Reading Program on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.Braxton Allen gets ready to pitch during the Malvern American Legion game against Nashville on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.Christian Warren gets ready to swing at the ball during the Malvern American Legion game against Nashville on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.Brothers Grant and Noah Nelson climb on the fence and talk about things during the 2019 Farm Family media day on Wednesday, June 12, 2019. The boys are sons of Dr. Chris and Piper Nelson, the recipients of the 2019 Hot Spring County Farm Family award. The Malvern Daily Record will publish a special section honoring the family on Tuesday, June 25.Malvern Water Works crew repair a water line at the corner of Locust and West Third streets in Malvern on Thursday, June 13, 2019. PEPARING FOR SHOOTOUT OF THE SOUTH 2019: The Malvern Leopards got rolling on the gridiron Thursday morning June 13, 2019 at Claude Mann Stadium, David Alpe Field to prepare for their first upcoming 7 on 7 summer competition schedule for today June 14 through Saturday June 15, 2019 in the Shootout of the South Tournament hosted at Pulaski Academy in Little Rock. Pictured Cedric Simmons providing quarterback duties to find a receiver near the end zone for a touchdown during 7 on 7 practice.The Poyen Indians and the Magnet Cove Panthers went head to head on the gridiron Monday, June 10, 2019 during the 2019 Small Town Shootout 7 on 7 football tournament hosted at Malvern National Bank Stadium, Indian Field in Poyen. Today, June 14, 2019 the Indians and the Panthers will continue more summer shootout tourney football on the gridiron in Ola to compete at Two Rivers 7 on 7 tournament competition hosted by the Two Rivers Gators.All five members of the Arkansas Women’s National Wrestling team placed in the Southern Plains Regionals at the Kansas Star Event Center in Mulvane, Kan. on June 7 through June 9, 2019. Pictured left to right are: Reyna Rogers, Suravieve Robertson, Kailey Rees, Isabella McGuire, and Skye Williams.FINAL DAY CAMP INSTRUCTIONS: Malvern softball head coach Darryl Baker explains proper techniques of positioning and fundamentals to perform as a productive infielder on the final day of the Malvern Baseball and Softball Camp Friday, June 14, 2019 at Malvern National Bank Field at Morrison Park. Campers participated in a variety of exercises to enhance their skill level in baseball and softball.Malvern Lady Leopard softball student-athletes take the time to enjoy a moment with each other after instructing campers on skills and fundamentals during the Malvern Baseball and Softball Camp on Friday, June 14, 2019 at MNB Field at Morrison Park.Leia Patton and Zacch Owens place the nation’s flag at the Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, June 14, 2019 in honor of Flag Day. Flags are distributed through the Malvern Lions Club with the assistance of the Malvern JROTC. Wayne Reynolds spoke to the Malvern Rotary Club about the United Way during their weekly meeting  on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.

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