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Bridge Club Winners

November 20th, 2014 by
Winners at the Town and Gown Duplicate Bridge Club on Monday, November 17 were:
1st place Sandra Lloyd and Jean Palsa
2nd place Charles Dolberry and Gene Gulledge
3rd place Charlotte McKiever and Kaye Koen

Engagement Announcement

November 19th, 2014 by

zzzzzMr.and Mrs. Jerry Calhoun are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Monica Ann Calhoun, to Trenton Wade Mullikin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mullikin.

The couple will be married at Immanuel Baptist Church, on December 13, at 3pm, with a reception to follow at Monticello Country Club.


Scissortail’s Arts & Crafts – Now Open on South Main

November 19th, 2014 by

imageimageScissortails Native American Arts & Crafts is now open at 114 North Main Street, next to Cockrells Shoes.

The owner, Steve Morales, features a rotating stock of a wide range of authentic, handmade products, ranging from blankets and rugs, to arts & Crafts.

Come by a check out astonishing array of colorful items, just in time for gift giving.


Carols of Christmas Parade – Dec. 2, 6 pm

November 19th, 2014 by

christmas paradeReserve your favorite Christmas carol to use as inspiration for decorating your float and call the Chamber of Commerce at 367-6741 to enter.

All floats must be lighted; music is encouraged. There is no registration fee. However, no two entries will be allowed to use the same Christmas Carol so make plans and call early.


Is This Your Dog?

November 19th, 2014 by

imageWe have found someone’s family pet. She came to our home on Tanglewood Dr last Wednesday. She is a full blooded black Weenie Dog. She is super sweet and friendly. If this is your baby please let us know. We can’t keep her. Call Phillip at 870-224-5439


SEArkansas TEA Party Announces Second Amendment Rally Winners

November 19th, 2014 by

SEArkansas TEA Party proudly announces that the two Second Amendment Rally winners have received their prizes. Anthony Hawkins of Collins is the recipient of the Smith & Wesson M15-22 and James Jenkins of Lake Village is the recipient of the Remington Model 870. In addition to these winners, each child in attendance won a Red Ryder or a Daisy BB gun. A good time was had by all.


Lions Club Annual International Peace Poster Contest Winners

November 18th, 2014 by

IMG_0246Monticello Lions Club annually sponsors the artwork of local students for entry in the Lions International Peace Poster Contest.

This year’s theme is Peace, Love and Understanding. First Place belongs to Dailynn Eisenbarth. He was presented with a Monticello Lions Club $50 check and a framed Certificate. His entry has been sent to the 7-N District Governor for possible advancement to State, National and International levels. Dailynn describes his piece as, “We can all have peace, in the Americas and the other side of the world, so that we can all love and understand each other no matter where in the world.” Jennifer Santos received Second Place; Shelby Orrell Third Place and Elise McDuff Fourth Place. They each were awarded a framed Certificate.


Tear in Pool Liner Tops Parks Agenda – $100,000+ ?

November 17th, 2014 by

imageThe city park committee met last week, and discussed several items, including the details of the tear in the liner of the city pool.

The tear is believed to have been caused by water from the fill-lines leaking behind the liner.

The estimated cost of the repairs is not know, but similar repairs cost $268,000 in 2007.  Although the liner’s warranty is pro-rated, it has been several years since it was installed.

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