El Dorado News

November 17, 2017
El Dorado News Times


Family First visit

National Commander : The American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan speaks to veterans and their families at the Roy V. Kinard American Legion Post 10 Sunday. Rohan is the first woman to be elected to the top position of The American Legion within the 99 years of the organization’s history. Rohan’s “Family’s First” theme for her tenure addresses not only veterans’ service and commitment but their family’s as well. Rohan received an array of gifts from members of Post 10 during her visit.

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Agapé House Flea Market

Finding deals: Above, Juana Dimler looks at a pink golf umbrella while attending the flea market at the Union County Fairgrounds on Saturday. Proceeds from the event benefit the Agapé House foster home. Right, Misty Hargis shops for knick knacks while attending the market.

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Soul food community dinner

Food for the soul: Above, Ann Robinson and Jimmy Howard sing during the fourth annual Sharion Bailey Whitlock Soul Food Community Dinner: Good Food for the Body and Soul in the fellowship hall of the First Baptist Church-Cordell on Saturday. The event honored veterans and first responders. Below, Firefighters, police officers and veterans attend the dinner.

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Next 48, 11-13-17

TOMORROW: Tuesday, Nov. 14 The South Arkansas Historic Preservation Society will host a screening of “What’s Cookin’” as part of its Silver Screen Series at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.

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City gearing up for holiday events

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in El Dorado, and Main Street El Dorado is helping to make the season even merrier with a schedule filled with events that will usher in the holiday season.

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Randa Stevens of HOPE Landing will be the guest speaker when the Rotary Club meets at noon Monday at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.

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Veteran: 91-year-old WWII veteran Jarrell Felton was escorted by his great-granddaughter Savannah Jo Felton during Hugh Goodwin’s annual Veterans Day parade yesterday.

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