Good Earth Association Inc. 610 N Marr St., Pocahontas, AR 72455 Ph/Fax 870-892-9545 Good Earth Association Inc’s Press Release and March “E” Newsletter Contacts: Gladys Nelson; 870-647- 2009 or Don Waterworth Ph 870-892-9545 For Immediate Release Members and members in waiting can now request to be place on the reservation list for the Spring/Summer GEA Kilo Vista season. Cabin rentals, sleep rooms, open areas,…Details
Shane Jones Agency Farmers Insurance in Pocahontas AR Entry level: Marketing director With a career pathway to move up in the agency. If you are looking for a professional work place, have fun & earn a good living for yourself, with no limits on earning. If you are self motivated, have basic computer skills, excellent…Details
Lesmeister Guesthouse Project Wins Statewide Competition The construction project rehabilitating the 1902 Lesmeister Building on Marr Street in Pocahontas to create “Lesmeister Guesthouse” was among several Arkansas projects recently honored in Little Rock. The Lesmeister’s first place award for “Excellence in Preservation Through Rehabilitation” was presented by the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas. Dr.…Details
We are pleased to announce a new individual membership to Ms. Dorothy Wright!
To all GEA Members, Families and Friends and all those who should be members. Contact: Don Waterworth, SR for the GEA at 870-892-9545 The Good Earth Regular Board Meeting is scheduled for 7:00 PM Friday February 7, 2014. Meeting Location – 610 North Marr Street, Pocahontas, Arkansas 72455 – one block north of Pocahontas City Hall. Be prepared…Details
Chamber member in good standing has one of his businesses for sale. Great for start up couple or for someone looking to invest. Central location. For more info contact the Chamber by calling 870-892-3956.
A Vintage Apron Exhibit will be held at the Randolph County Heritage Museum in Pocahontas from February 3 through March 28. This special showing of keepsake, antique aprons will be a tribute to the days of stay-at-home mothers, and home making with style.We hope to exhibit early to mid 20th century aprons for dress, holiday,…Details
The Randolph County Heritage Museum will host its annual Silent Auction in the Museum Annex beginning Monday, December 16 – Saturday, December 21. Come by and bid on the many donated items and Christmas gifts. The proceeds from the Silent Auction are used to support the Museum. Mrs. Santa’s Kitchen has been cancelled this year. Mrs.…Details