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News Makers Nov. 11

Posted: November 10, 2012 - 6:59pm

Harrol Langston has completed 25 years of service at the Conway Human Development Center. Langston is an Institutional Services Assistant in the Ancillary Services department. He resides in Morrilton and has two children.

Gov. Mike Beebe has reappointed Reggie Jackson, Conway, to the Delta Cultural Center Policy Advisory Board. Appointment expires Oct. 1, 2015.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. recently announced the transfer of Herman Meister III to the position of General Manager of its Conway location. Herman has been with the company since April 2002, most recently as General Manager in Alma, Ark. Before joining Cracker Barrel, he had more than 25 years experience in the restaurant industry.

As General Manager of the Conway Cracker Barrel location, Herman will be responsible for all aspects of the day-to-day business, and ensuring that all guests receive the great Cracker Barrel experience that they have come to expect.

The Conway Cracker Barrel unit is located at I-40 and US 65 and features the working cobblestone fireplace, retail store filled with nostalgic favorites, gifts and collectibles, and traditional, homemade fixin’s that Cracker Barrel restaurants are known for across the country.

Joe Thrash of Conway was among the 76 Farm Bureau leaders participating in the State Resolutions Committee meeting Nov. 7 at the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel in North Little Rock. The committee refined and consolidated policy proposals into a set of formal recommendations to be considered by voting delegates during the business session of the Arkansas Farm Bureau State Convention, Nov. 28-30 in Hot Springs. Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private farm and rural advocacy organization of more than 200,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.

Matt Simon of Conway was among the 76 Farm Bureau leaders participating in the State Resolutions Committee meeting Nov. 7 at the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel in North Little Rock. The committee refined and consolidated policy proposals into a set of formal recommendations to be considered by voting delegates during the business session of the Arkansas Farm Bureau State Convention, Nov. 28-30 in Hot Springs. Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private farm and rural advocacy organization of more than 200,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.

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