Three Dierks High School senior baseball players signed with North Arkansas College in Harrison on Tuesday. They include: Adam Bradshaw, Mclane Moore and Tyler Mounts. Also pictured are parents Adam and Carmella Bradshaw, Todd and Kelly Moore, and Amy and Bryan Mounts. Coaches are Phil Wilson of NorthArk and Steven Sprick of Dierks.
HOWARD COUNTY 4-H REPRESENTED AT 4-H CONGRESSIONAL BREAKFAST ON CAPITAL HILL - Left to Right - Lauren Ince– Howard County, Faith Bomstead– Benton County, and Senator John Boozman.
On April 9, 4-H youth and professionals from Arkansas joined leaders from Cooperative Extension, the United States Department of Agriculture and National 4-H Council at the first-ever 4-H Congressional Breakfast on Capitol Hill. The event, attended by 250, provided an opportunity for 4-H - the youth development program of the nation's Cooperative Extension System -- to share stories of 4-H youth impact with members of Congress and to thank them for their continued support of 4-H programming and learning.
The breakfast quickly filled with Senators and Representatives including Senator John Boozman, who sat with 4-H state leaders and young people who were in Washington, DC attending the 87th annual National 4-H Conference. Lauren Ince, Howard County 4-H was chosen as one of five Arkansas youth to participate in National 4-H Congress, a week long event held at the National 4-H Conference Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Senator Boozman is an advocate for positive youth development and supports 4-H programs throughout Arkansas and the country.
The annual Easter sunrise service was held on Sunday at the Nashville City Park. The speaker was Benjamin Neeley, minister of Mineral Springs church of Christ. Pictured are Lankford Moore, Benjamin Neeley, Mary Alice Moore, Willie Benson Jr., Brenda Basham, and Skip Basham. Photo by the Nashville Leader.
The Nashville City Park hosted the 35th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday. See more photos by clicking here.