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The Monticello Schools Choral Department will present their annual Christmas Concert on Tuesday, December 10 at 7 pm in the Middle School auditorium.
Middle School choir students grades 7-8 and Senior High choir students grades 9-12 will be showcased along with Junior and Senior Madrigals.
The groups are taught by Bennie Vincent and Katie Kuhn with Brent Miller accompanying.
Kim’s Dance Factory will present their Christmas Show, Friday at 7:00 at the Drew Central Auditorium.
Admission is a non-perishable food item to be distributed by the FBC Youth Group.
Come join us for a fun evening of festive music and dance!
The Meeting of the Southeast Arkansas TEA Party scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.
We will also be confirming schools and organizations that Will be returning to normal operations, as those decisions are announced.
Check back with MonticelloLive through the morning as updates are posted.
The JA Tour of Homes has been rescheduled for next Sunday, December 15 .
The tour will be held at the same time, 2pm-5pm, and include the same homes.
Kelsey Windham was crowned Sat as Miss Hamburg Holidays 2013. She also received awards for Most Beautiful & Best Personality. Kelsey is the 17 year old daughter of Teresa & Scott Duckworth & Darrell Windham. She is a senior at Monticello High School.
First United Methodist at 317 South Main in Monticello invites you to their Candlelight, Communion & Carols Christmas Eve Service!
The Christmas Eve Service will be enhanced by the vocal talents of Christopher Todd Hall and Rebecca Lephiew Hall. The two will sing the amazing duet, The Prayer… A fitting piece that expresses the feelings of Joseph and Mary as they traveled to that ancient town of promise so long ago. Dr. Juan Serna, an accomplished violinist, will perform a lovely rendition of O Holy Night and also join Mary Donaldson, church pianist, in accompanying the vocal duet.
Tuesday, December 24, 7:00 p.m.
A nursery will be provided
All offering collected will go to Heifer International. Make the holidays even happier with a HEIFER or give the gift of a GOAT, Gifts of SHEEP are a Shear Delight! All money collected will provide a gift that keeps on giving!
The Children’s Choir of First United Methodist Church, 317 South Main, will present a Christmas Musical, “Fear Not Factor” Sunday, December 8th at 6:00 p.m. in the Family Life Center.
When the Monticello Fire Dept. responded to the Turtle Creek Apt. fire, Thursday morning, they had no idea that a miniture Dachshund puppy was inside of one of the two apartments.
The pet’s owner, Ms. Raquella, when she realized that her apartment was filling with smoke, and possibly fire, told the firefighters, who were able to enter her apt., and remove the pet-carrier that little Mylia was waiting in.
Raquella is shown here, seconds after being re-united with her puppy, and them later, after they had both had an opportunity to
Now hiring for Full-time Receptionist
Qualified applicants please mail or fax resume/application to:
Mainline Health Systems, Inc.
Attention: Debra Bradford, Human Resources Manager
PO Box 509 – 106 East Speedway
Dermott, AR 71638
Applications can be found at www.mainlinehealth.net
Applications will be accepted until 12/13/13
Competitive Salary, Clinic Hours, Company Paid Health Insurance & Company Paid Life Insurance
Bro. Zan Pierce and the congregation of Immanuel Baptist Church of Monticello would like to send out a big “Thank You” to the students and faculty of UAM for their donation of canned and dry goods to their food pantry.
Pictured with the donated goods are Linda Caldwell and Joe Akin, volunteers with the IBC Food Pantry.
We have been a really good boys this year. We are ready for you to come see us. Please come see our Mommy and Daddy too!! We promise to leave you some cookies and milk under our tree. They are delicious. We have lights on our driveway so you will know where to stop and we will leave reindeer food out for your team. We know they get hungry flying around and we bet not many kids leave food for them too. We will tell our dogs Haley & Trixy not to bark and scare them or you!! Caper would like some Jake and the Neverland Pirate toys, especially Jakes “BIG” boat and a bean bag chair and LOTS of toys, Trapper would like some Winnie the Pooh Toys, the Disney Singing Train, and blow-up hut with balls in it. WE LOVE YOU SANTA!! Please don’t forget our house!
Caper & Trapper Groves
Drew Central High School’s 21st CCLC Program will host all 9th graders and their parents Thursday night, December 12 at 6:30, in the high school library. Hotdogs and the fixings will be served for dinner.
A presentation will be made on Mastery Math and schedule changes that will be allowed for second semester. A special hands-on presentation will be given by Oklahoma Science Specialist Debby Venable. Come and enjoy the worldof CSI.
Found on the corner of Hyatt and Oakland, Chocolate longhair weenie dog.
Very cute. When found she was injured and needs attention soon.
Please Call/text for pics 870-723-9176
Three students from the School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas at Monticello were recently inducted into the Gamma Xi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, the international honor society of nursing.
The inductees were senior nursing students Randi Rodgers of Monticello, Jonathan “Brody” Emerson of Lake Village, and Stephanie Fortenberry of Monticello.
Membership in Sigma Theta Tau requires a minimum grade point average of 3.0 out of 4.0 in nursing courses and students must have a record of excellence in leadership and service, according to Dr. Laura Evans, dean of the UAM School of Nursing.
Sigma Theta Tau International was founded in 1922 by six nursing students at the University of Indiana and has grown to include 451 chapters around the world, with more than 400,000 inducted members from more than 90 countries and territories. Founded to advance theknowledge, learning and service of nurses, the honor society focuses on scholarship and leadership in its social and ethical commitment to excellence. Founders chose the honor society’s name for the words in the Greek language meaning love, courage and honor.
The Gamma Xi chapter includes nursing students from UAM, Henderson State, Southern Arkansas, UA-Little Rock, and UAMS.
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