April 27, 2017
-Odessa Darrough, Event Chair for the 14th Annual Minority Health Fair. April is Minority Health Month and if the weather permits, the 14th Annual Minority Health Fair will be held, Saturday, April 29th from 10am-2pm at Little Rock Central High School Quigley Cox Stadium, 1500 S. Park Street. Fair goers can experience an educational fun-filled day with health speakers, various free health screenings such as Cancer, Oral Health, Eye Diseases, Respiratory, Nutrition & Obesity & more, community resources, and entertainment. There will be free healthy food and great prizes including a vacation trip! For more information, call 501-960-2569 or email email@example.com.
-Muskie Harris, President of the 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock for the 4th Annual “Mentoring Across A Lifetime” Leadership Conference. This free event, hosted by 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock, will be held, Saturday, April 29th from 9am-1:30pm at Arkansas Baptist College in the Old Main Auditorium – Dinning Hall, 1621 MLK Drive in Little Rock. Attendees can learn more and understand what mentoring is all about. The festivities will begin with community breakfast to be held from 8am-9am followed by the general session which includes various workshops. Lunch will also be provided. To RSVP or learn more, visit www.100blackmenglr.com.
-Linda Perry, Founder of Warm to the Touch, a non-profit organization that has been serving communities, churches, neighborhoods, schools and more by providing the basic necessities for everyday life. It’s a small organization with a “BIG” heart and vision. The foundation was built with the goal of providing 15 blankets to the homeless community, but grew into something more. Warm to the Touch also provides school supplies, socks, undergarments, seasonal apparel, toiletry and hygiene products. Many of the basic necessities have been distributed to throughout Pulaski County, Conway and surrounding areas. The mission is to give back to the community to ensure the homeless are warm; babies, youth, ladies & gentlemen have necessities for everyday life. Their impressum is “We will start of small, but God will make us Great.” The Salvation Army of Central Arkansas has partnered with Warm to the Touch to serve at a drop-off location for those interested in donating any items to help benefit those in need and to help spread love. The address is 1111 West Markham Street in Little Rock. For more information, call 501-413-5993 or or email WarmtotheTouch @yahoo.com or follow ‘Warm 2 the Touch’ on Facebook.
-Billy St. James of 102.5 Praise FM talked about the Praise Listener Appreciation Founder’s Day Concert 2017. This event will take place, Friday, April 28th at 6:30pm at Greater Trinity C.O.G.I.C., 2400 Wright Ave. in Little Rock. Featured artists are Luther Barnes, Ted Winn, Jermaine Dolly, Chrystal Rucker, Tim Bowman, Jr., and Anita Wilson. Tickets are available at Uncle T’s Food Mart, Ugly Mike’s, Lindsey’s Hospitality House, Greater Trinity Church or online at www.ticketriver.com.