Beth Brumley will be the guest speaker when the El Dorado Rotary Club meets at noon Monday at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall.
Brumley is the executive director for Main Street El Dorado, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
She is a 1994 graduate of Henderson State University where she received her bachelor’s of business administration. She has lived in the El Dorado area since 1994 and has been involved in several community events including SouthArk’s Outdoor Expo, El Dorado-Union County Chamber of Commerce ambassadors, Main Street El Dorado Board of Directors 2009-2014, Union County Relay for Life committee/team captain since 2008 and the Union County Fair Board since 2016.
Brumley is married to Lance, has three children, and attends Parkers Chapel First Baptist Church.
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Christopher Campbell will be the guest speaker when the Civitan Club meets at noon Thursday at the Kozy Kitchen.
Campbell serves the Immanuel Baptist Church in El Dorado as associate pastor and administrator.
He holds a master of divinity degree from Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama, and a bachelor of business administration from Mississippi State University. Along with assisting in pastoral duties, Campbell works to direct Immanuel’s resources toward proclaiming the gospel and making disciples of Jesus Christ. He and his wife, Marianne, have two young children.
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Tom Wilson will be the guest speaker when the Kiwanis Club meets at noon Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church.
Wilson graduated from Parkers Chapel High School in 1989, became an emergency medical technician-paramedic in 1992, an EMT instructor in 1997 and a flight medic in 1999. He holds state and national certifications in the field of paramedic, and is one in only a few thousand nationwide to hold a national flight paramedic certification.
He is certified as an instructor for Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), International Trauma Life Support (ITLS), Basic Life Supprt (BLS) and is also a certified firefighter and rescue diver.
From 2003-2005, Wilson served his country on active duty with the Arkansas National Guard and completed a tour in Taji, Iraq. During Operation Iraqi Freedom II, he served as a combat field medic and and EMT instructor to national and international troops. His awards include Arkansas Paramedic of the Year in 2005 and National Paramedic of the Year in 2006.
Wilson currently works at ProMed Ambulance service in Union County and part-time for Pafford Air-One out of Ruston.