(2007) First State Bank sponsored a $1 Million Shootout Golf Tournament at Conway Country Club to benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates and Central Arkansas Children’s Advocacy Center. The tournament was a four-person scramble.
Peyton Hillis signed t-shirts, “No. 22” Razorback jerseys, footballs, caps, photographs, programs and pieces of paper at the Wampus Cat Skills and Drills football camp. Hillis, a Razorback fullback, was preparing for his senior year.
Macey Howland, 10, of Greenbrier made bandanas for cancer patients at Conway Regional Medical Center. She then visited the unit to meet the patients and spend time with them while they received their treatments.
(1992) Betty Sue White was among 48 delegates elected to represent Arkansas at the Democratic National Convention in New York City, where Gov. Bill Clinton would be nominated as the party’s candidate for President.
Dorris Curtis and some of her paintings were shown when AETN presented American Art Forum in a program titled “Contemporary Folk Art.”
Wild Hog Express of Vilonia won fourth place in the shoulder division in the sixth annual Arkansas State BBQ Championship. Team members were Duane Nelson, John Badgett, Rebecca Badgett, Bill Burns and Kim Russenburg. The team had been competing for nine years.
(1967) Forty truckloads of fill dirt were hauled in for a beautification project at the Conway Jaycee Park on Lake Beaverfork. The Jaycees built two new picnic tables and recreation facilities to improve the general appearance of the park.
W.A. “Hump” Humphrey, built a Rayner Curtiss pusher…
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