The Pocahontas Sports Complex will be hosting a Special Olympics Unified Softball event on September 19th from 9am – 6pm. The event is currently in search of Special Olympics athletes, volunteer coaches and partners without intellectual disabilities.
Tickets are now available for the September 26 event commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the integration of Randolph County’s African American students into public schools at Pocahontas, Sloan-Hendrix, and Biggers-Reyno.
Davidsonville Geocache Scavenger Hunt September 19, 2015, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Davidsonville Historic State Park will host a geocache scavenger hunt in the park. Participants will be provided a clue to find the first coordinates and each set of coordinates will lead to the next set. Test your skills and see if you can find the…
The Northeast Arkansas Chorale will begin rehearsals on Monday, September 14th at 7:00 pm on the campus of Williams Baptist College in the Maddox Fine Arts Center. The Northeast Arkansas Chorale is a non-auditioned vocal ensemble of approximately 85 members dedicated to excellence in the performance of choral music for the cultural enrichment and enjoyment…
The 2015 Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Student Ambassador Program is a leadership and scholarship opportunity. One high school senior from Randolph County will receive a $500 scholarship.
Effective January 1, 2016 Oak Creek Apartments will be implementing a no smoking policy.
August 28th and 29th are the final two nights for John Grisham’s “A Time to Kill” at the Downtown Playhouse in Pocahontas. The play, based on Grisham’s bestselling novel, will stage its final showings this Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 pm.
Thursday, August 25 at 10:00 am – Peak Physical Therapy Join us for a ribbon cutting for Peak Physical Therapy at their new location. All Chamber and community members are invited to attend. Peak Physical Therapy 1415 Commerce Drive (Behind SportsMax)
The Rock and Roll Diva Supreme is sponsored by the Rock N’ Roll Highway 67 Music Festival which is held October 3, 2015 in Downtown Pocahontas. Winners are invited to wear their tiaras during the festival and invited to participate in the Randolph County Fair Parade.
In honor of the park’s creation and many years of service, activities will be scheduled throughout Labor Day weekend including town site tours, hikes, programs focusing on the park and its history, and free homemade ice cream to celebrate the park’s legacy.