October 11, 2018
– Guests: Latosha Pulley, Founder and Executive Director of The House of Healing Hearts, Alecia Pully, and Shameka Simmons | October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and also, National Bullying Prevention Month. The House of Healing Hearts, a non profit organization, provides support for victims who have experienced domestic violence and teen bullying/violence with a mentorship program, group support meetings, and ministry. Meetings are held once a month at two Central Arkansas Library locations: Dee Brown Library, 6325 Baseline Road in Little Rock. and Millie Brooks Library, 13024 AR-365 in Wrightsville. For times and days, donations, to volunteer, and learn more, contact 501-366-6931 or join the Facebook support group “The House of Healing Hearts!! Battered Women and Children“.
- “Survivors Wear Purple” – A Domestic Violence Awareness Event | Saturday, October 20th | VIP entry 6:30pm | Doors open at 7pm | Mayflower High School Auditorium | 10 Lesley King Drive in Mayflower. Performances will be by the Dream Catchers Dance Team and more. Proceeds to benefit The House of Healing Hearts. For ticket information, visit www.ssimmonspresents.bigcartel.com or visit Facebook “domestic violence aWEARness: Survivors Wear Purple“.
– Guests: Debra Buckner, Pulaski County Treasurer and Tax Collector | Arkansas Property Tax payments are due October 15th. Convenient online payment options are available in over 50 Arkansas counties. Citizens can avoid late fees and in-person payment lines by paying their property taxes before the deadline. A directory of participating counties and secure mobile payment sites is available at www.ar.gov/tax. To make a secure payment on a computer or mobile device, taxpayers just need to enter the parcel or tax-id numbers provided on their statements, or search by their name or address, The online service provides a payment confirmation and printable receipt. Payments can be made online until 11:59 p.m. October 15. Taxpayers can also sign up for Gov2Go, the first-of-its-kind, personal assistant that tracks assessment, property tax, and vehicle registration renewal deadlines and more. For more information and to avoid the long lines, visit www.ar.gov/tax.
– Guests: Ernie Dodson, Agatha Von Pettigrave, Jason the Dark Man, and Dr. Sooie of EMOBA’s Haunted Cathedral’s Scarecrowtorium | EMOBA celebrates 25 years with the Haunted Cathedral’s Scarecrowtorium, 1208 Louisiana Street in Little Rock. A chilling combination of monsters, ghouls, and zombies may send shivers down your spine. This event is known to be one of Arkansas’s longest running attractions and scariest. Visitors will encounter ghastly scenes, gruesome characters, and grim animatronics. The experience will keep them captivated from start to finish. School “light on” day tours, VIP passes, and group rates are available. Opening night will be October 19th -21st and October 25th -31st. Hours are 7:30pm-9:45pm (Weekdays) and 7:30pm-11:30pm (Weekends). *The Haunted Cathedral’s Scarecrowtorium is a major fundraiser for Ernie’s Museum of Black Arkansans & Performing Arts Center more commonly known as EMOBA. For ticket information and more, visit EMOBA on Facebook or call 501-372-0018.