DeKalb County Assistant County Attorney Elizabeth L. Fite, a Hendrix College graduate, was re-elected to serve on the Executive Committee of the 49,000-member State Bar of Georgia during the organization’s annual meeting June 10.
The city of Alma, Arkansas was selected by the University of Central Arkansas as the Community Development Kick Start community for 2017.
The University of Central Arkansas is hosting the 2017 Analysis and Investigation through Cyber-Based Scenarios (AICS) Camp for high school students and teachers during a week-long camp beginning June 25.
Greenbrier School District has announced its district teacher of the year.
Students in the Conway School District recently brought home awards from the National History Day competition in June at University of Maryland at College Park.
St. Joseph School conducted a Bulldog Cheer Camp for kindergarten through sixth grade students June 21 and 23. The participants were instructed by high school cheerleader coach Amy Covington, pee-wee cheerleader Coach Nicole Gooch and the school’s high school cheerleaders.
Faculty, staff and students at St. Joseph Elementary School are getting a new principal for this upcoming school year.
Uncle T’s Deli-Market has partnered with the University of Central Arkansas Bear Essentials Food Pantry for a canned food drive.
The University of Central Arkansas Upward Bound program has received its continuation award for the 2017-18 school year, its fifth year of funding in its current grant cycle.