Lucky’s Of Monticello
Gibson & Keith
Time & Temp
Monticello Medical Clinic Flu Shots
Immanuel Baptist Church
War Eagle Boats
State Farm David Funderburg
Seark Sod Farm
Pines Broadcasting Company
Old Milo Farms Pumpkin Patch
Union Bank 1
Mark Pryor Political Ad 2
Scripture Of The Day
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Secure Storage 2
Holiday Inn Express
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Beverly Burks For Circut Clerk 1
Head of the Class
LifeShare No Date
Sonya Ryburn 1
South Arkansas Business Solutions
Zack Tucker For Mayor
Head of the Class Childcare & Learning Center of Monticello will sponsor its “Mini Miracle March IV…Help Knock Out Breast Cancer,” on Friday, November 14, at 10 a.m. According to co-owner/operator of the business, Rev. Shay Gillespie, the students, staff members, parents and friends of Head of the Class will march around the square block area that surrounds the facility, as well as the City Square. The procession is asked to gather no later than 9:45 a.m. at the business, located at 119 South Boyd Street. It will leave from there, circle the Square, turn left on Chester to Jackson….turn right on Jackson to South Boyd, back to the pre-school, where the group will release balloons and disband. Read the rest of this entry »
DC High School Choir Booster Club are selling, themed baskets tickets for $2 each through November 3. The drawing will be during 7th period on November 3. You do not have to be present to win. Contact DCHS Choir Member or call 367-5235 and ask for Sheila Gardner.
Ladies’ Night Out Basket Value: $252
30 minute upper body massage, Wax, Shampoo/blowout, Tease out comb, Joico Shampoo/Conditioner, Scentsy Gift Certificate, Tyler Candle, Bath & Body Works Set, Spa Pedicure, Spa Perfect Polishes, Chocolates
Music Basket Value: $ 500
2 tickets to the Messiah donated by SEARK Concerts, 2 Autographed CDs and 1 DVD donated by Charles Graham of Dermott (National Gospel Recording Artist and Actor), CD, Hat, Autographed picture, sticker donated by American Idol Contestant, Tori Martin of Texas, Bops Beats Game, Earbuds, Grease DVD, Drum Line DVD and a Portable Radio donated by the DC Middle School Library, $25 ITunes Card donated by the DCHS Choir Music Basket Members, CD donated by DC’s own, Jessica Wishard
5 Free Piano Lessons donated by Janine Eubanks, 2 tickets to the Presley’s in Branson, MO, 2 tickets to Silver Dollar City Branson, MO, Drink holder by DC’s own Ward Davis (Nashville Recording Artist), 2 tickets to one of the Grand Country Mall Shows in Branson, MO
Tailgate Basket Value: $85
2 serving trays, 1 carry cooler, 2 bags of chips, 2 cheese dips, 2 2 liter cokes, 1 bag of pretzels,1 football table cloth, 2 packs of football napkins,1 pack of football cups, 1 pirate head wall hanger and 1 season pass to next years’ Senior high football games.
Hunting Basket Value: $150
Orange hunting vest and hat set, 2 sets of hunting scents, Homemade (Hollow Wing) Duck Call, Camo lunch bag, Camo throw, Dryer Sheets, Cleaning Kit, Camo Chap Stick (4), Duck Dynasty DVD Gift set, DD playing cards, DD car decal, DD Christmas Ornament, DD Tee Shirt (XL), DD Camo Headband, DD Coozie, DD Si Tea Cup, DD Water Bottle, Mossy Oak Hat, and hand/feet warmers.
The Monticello City Council met Tuesday evening, and discussed locations of the weather warnig sirens, passed a resolution authorizing the use of city property for the placement of weather warning sirens, and approved money to pay for the City’s Code Red weather warning system.
The Monticello High School Class of 1974 celebrated its 40 Year Class Reunion Friday with a Meet and Greet at Western Sizzlin, a Family Picnic on Saturday October 25 at McCloy Park and the Main Event Saturday Night at the VFW.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7′”
Music on the Square
The Hacketts 6 pm
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8T”
Farmers Market in the Mini Park 8-Noon
Arts & Crafts – 10 am-Until
Farm Bureau Simulated Combine and Milking Cow
MPD Jr. Police Training for Children 10-2pm
MFD Jr. Firenghters Challenge 10 am-2 pm
Food Vendors 11 am – Until
Largest. & Ugliest Pumpkins Grown by Drew County 4-H Members – 2 pm
Cutest and Scariest Painted Pumpkin 2:30 p.m. (Ages 4-6 & 7-10—Open to Public)
Pumpkin Seed Spitting Contest – 3 pm (Ages 7-10 & 11-14—Open to Public)
Grocery Sack Challenge— 10:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. by Desha/Drew Cattlemen’s Association
Live Entertainment All Day
Cake Walk – 11:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m.
Silent Auction 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Arkansas Game & Fish Aquarium
Arkansas National Guard
Live Entertainment & Street Dance 5:30 p.m.—Until
There will be a $250 cash drawing.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN.
Vera Lloyd 5K Turkey Trot. (Registration – 7:30 a.m. – Race – 9:00 a.m.)For more information, call Melisaa
Hendricks at 501-661-8195 or 501-766-6009.
Harvest & Holiday Pageant.
For more information, contact the
Drew County Monticello Chamber of Commerce at 870-367-6741.
For more information contact Chamber of Commerce 870-367-6741
Festival Coordinator, Pat Hood, 870-723-1301
In the event of inclement weather, activities will be move to the pavilion at McCloy Park.
The pageant will be held on November 8, as a part of Monticello Downtown Festival.
It is sponsored by the Monticello Drew County Chamber of Commerce.
Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church Annual Thanksgiving Program will be held November 9, 2014 at 3:00 p.m.
The Guest speaker will be Rev. Clarence “Ron” Woodard. Musical Renditions by Morning Star combined choirs, also featuring soloist Juanita Brown-Lewis.
Pastor Buffington and the committee invites the public to attend.
Local attorney Cliff Gibson, recently hired by the City Council to deal with the depths of confusion involved in the $10,000,000 water improvement project with Siemens, has hired an engineer to work on the project with him.
Attached is the letter he sent to the City Council members.
Also included in the letter were the selected firm’s vitae and list of qualifications.
Dear Mayor Rogers and Members of the City Council:
Consistent with your engagement of our Firm, I have reviewed the qualifications of the City’s regular engineering firm, Read the rest of this entry »
Following a July incident over the location of a trash dumpster, a Drew County woman complained to the Quorum Court, last month, about Judge Robert Akin.
Monday night, her father followed suit.
At Tuesday’s financial meeting of the Drew Memorial Hospital board, the recent $904,000 ARRA appeal reimbursement was discussed.
It was also reported that $462,000 of that amount is being held back because of the way circumcisions were entered into the Medicaid system, back in 2011.
The Delta District President’s Day was celebrated October 23, at the Brinkley Convention Center by several Drew County Economic Homemakers Council members and Hazelene McCray, Drew County Family and Consumer Sciences Agent.
The Drew County Historical Society met on Sunday, October 12, 2014 in the Drew County Museum. Historical society president Tommy Gray called the meeting to order at 2:30 p.m. He noted that “as we get older, we realize the importance of history.” Gray introduced the speakers for the meeting, Drew County Museum commissioners Connie Mullis and Zack Tucker.
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Monticello Animal Clinic
NorthSide Baptist Church
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
Tiny Thai Place
The Guest House
Beverley Burks Circuit Clerk 2
Southern Quality Construction
Sonya Ryburn 2
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Union Bank 2
Courtney Hale For Circuit Clerk
Cass Martin Realty
2. DMH Shrum
Cedar Hills Apartments
$100 Monthly Prize
Razorback Body Shop
Re-Elect Joe Rogers For Mayor
AM Rental & Sales
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate