October 12, 2017
Andre Pendleton, State Farm Agent and member of “3 Mile of Men” | The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure takes place this weekend and “3 Mile of Men”, comprised of fathers, sons, uncles, brothers, and friends, will line the race course to show their support for the many women runners and walkers. The race will be Saturday, October 14th in downtown Little Rock and the men will be posted on Broadway Street between Capitol and 4th Street. Men who arrive early will have the opportunity to receive a free breakfast at the Three Miles of Men Headquarters, located at Capitol Smokehouse & Grill, 915 West Capitol in Little Rock. This is limited to the first 300 “3 Miles of Men” participants. A $30 registration will get you a long sleeve shirt. To register, visit the Race Space in the Pleasant Ride Town Center, 11525 Cantrell Road in Little Rock between Vesta’s and Belk. For more information, visit Komen for the Cure Arkansas – “3 Miles of Men” or “3 Miles of Men” on Twitter.
Loyd Harris, President of the School of Religious Studies College of Bible & Religion and Shephanie Ridgell, Student | The 18th Annual Capital Awards Banquet, presented by the School of Religious Studies College of Bible & Religion, will be Saturday, October 14th at 6:30pm at the Jacksonville Community Center, 5 Municipal Drive in Jacksonville. The ceremony is fundraiser to generate funds to help provide resources for the maintenance and support for students attending the school. The SRS Capital Awards is a non-profit project designed to give recognition to men and women whose service to their community is noteworthy. Outstanding citizens will be recognized and honored in sixteen categories ranging from contributions to the church, community, and humanity. The night will include live music, comedy, food, door prizes and more. Broadway Joe and Idris “Tha Skirt Wit Tha Dirt” Turner will co-host the event. For tickets and more information, visit www.eventbrite.com or call 501-517-7771 or 501-352-1788. To learn more about the college, visit www.schoolofreligiousstudies.org.
Jamie Washington, Owner & Operator of Hello Beautiful Mastectomy Boutique | October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Hello Beautiful Mastectomy Boutique, a new specialty shop designed exclusively for women and their most intimate parts, is hosting a weekend of fundraising events in honor of breast cancer survivors, their family and friends. Proceeds will benefit Sisters Network, Inc., the only National African-American Breast Cancer Survivorship Organization in the United States.
- Friday, October 13th | 7pm-10pm | Red Carpet Event & Silent Auction | A Touch of Quality Event Center | 1715 Scott Street | Little Rock.
- Saturday, October 14th | 7pm-10pm | Benefits Concert & Comedy Show | Maumelle Event Center | 10910 Maumelle Blvd. | Maumelle
- Sunday, October 15th | Grand Opening of Hello Beautiful Mastectomy Boutique | 4701 Westwood Ave. | Little Rock. – Services at the boutique include a Mastectomy Fitting, Non-Surgical Hair Replacement, Waxing, Facials, a Juice Bar, Yoni Steaming, Womb Stimulation, Clay Detox & Womb Wrap. Women can receive an all-inclusive experience and holistic approach to feminine wellness.
For ticket information and more, visit www.facebook.com/hellobeautifular or www.hellobeautifular.com or call 501-353-1123.