Hughes/Horseshoe Lake News
What’s New at the Horseshoe Lake Library?
Horseshoe Lake Library has a number of new books (see list below). If these are not what you are looking for please come to the library on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 12 noon until 5 p.m. and check out our catalogue. Librarian, Nikki Walker is trying to fill in missing popular books, in series, by your favorite authors. They are preparing for a great summer reading program for the children.
They are also working on adding a museum wall of Horseshoe Lake Past, at the Library. If you have some old picture of times past, please bring them in. She can scan them, and give them right back to you. She has been looking for the last 10 years, for a picture of the light house that was on top of the Surf Club, when it was first built. If you have one please bring it to the library.
In the very near future, she plans on a History Night, where you can bring your favorite stories of Horseshoe Lake, to share. There will be a Power Point Program provided. She will post the date in paper and at Bonds. She plans to bring library cards to the next Horseshoe Lake Town Hall meeting, so that you can all sign up to use the library and resources. New arrivals include: Andria Williams “The Longest Night” Brad Thor “Code of Conduct” Brad Thor “Full Black” Brad Thor “The Athena Project” Danielle Steel “Blue” Dean Koontz “Ashley Bell” Kristina McMorris “The Edge of Lost” Mary Alice Monroe “The Summer's End” Nicholas Sparks “See Me” Sven Beckert “Empire of Cotton: A Global History” ***
Our prayers and thoughts go out the families of George Noah Starr, formerly of Horseshoe Lake/Hughes. He passed away Feb. 10, 2016. The family requests memorials be sent to First United Methodist Church in West Memphis, St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital, or The Memphis Union Mission. Margaret Brent, passed away on Feb. 12, at Horseshoe Lake. Memorials may be made in Margaret’s honor to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, 1275 York Avenue, New York, NY 10065.
Hughes United Methodist Church Acknowledgments
Feb. 19th – Happy Birthday Wishes to: Cade Bentley, Russell Bonds and Beth Bernard Mills.
Feb. 20th – Happy Birthday Wishes to: Phillip Fung, Sr., Mitchell Dean Lane, Christina Funderburg and Gary Lang.
Feb. 21st – Happy Birthday Wishes to: Jean Linn and G. G. Reece Elmore. Happy Anniversary to: Warren and Jackie Scott.
Feb. 22nd – Happy Birthday Wishes to: Curtis Arnold and Michael Lowery.
Feb. 23rd – Happy Anniversary to: Terry and Natalie Taylor. In Memory: Thelma Hugueley and Mrs. L. E. Burch, Sr.
Feb. 24th – Happy Birthday Wishes to: Sam Beasley, Amanda Karow Billings, Barbara Parker, Emmett Gadberry, Jr., Robert H. Pouncey, Rachel Lowery, Danielle Porter Bruce, Andrew Edward Wacaster and Brett Burris.
Feb. 25th – Happy Birthday Wishes to: Anne Wallis Eubanks and Josh Kelley. Happy Anniversary to: Don & Jody Arnold. In Memory: Jack T. Shannon, Sr. and Ethel Cromeans.
Crittenden County Master Gardeners
The Crittenden County Master Gardeners met on Feb. 9. A reminder that it is time for scholarship applications again. The scholarship is a monetary award to assist a Crittenden County resident in pursuing a post-secondary degree in a plant sciencerelated field, including but not limited to, horticulture, botany, agronomy, forestry, plant science, landscape architecture/design, and turf management. Applications should be submitted by the first, Wednesday in April, which this year would be by April 6. They also discussed the pamphlets being prepared for the Symposium, to be hosted on Sept. 17, by the Crittenden County Master Gardener’s “Sultry Southern Nights”. Also registration on line is now available for Master Gardener’s 2016 Conference in Eureka Springs this year. A reminder not just to Master Gardener’s but any garden enthusiast, is the Arkansas State Flower Show in Little Rock, Feb. 2628. Also mark your calendar for “Planting Your Bloomers” on April 12, in Wynne.
Calendar of Events Feb. 16th – 29th
Early Voting at Marion Courthouse, Monday through Friday during regular working hours.
2016 Master Gardener Training Class, #3 of 5, 8:30 a.m., County Extension Office, Marion.
Horseshoe Lake Library open, 10 a.m. until noon.
Mass, 7:30 a.m., St. Mary’s of the Lake Catholic Church.
Sunday School, 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 a.m., Horseshoe Lake Baptist Church.
Hughes Rotary Club, meets, 6 p.m.
Deadline for weekly news, 8 p.m., contact Holly Bacon at 870-339-3514 or hbacond7@ aol.com.
Zumba class, 8 a.m., Surf Club Building.
Zumba class, 8 a.m., Surf Club Building.
Hughes Fire Dept. meets, 7 p.m., Fire Station on Blackwood.
Next weekly column appears.
Feb. 26th – 28th
Arkansas State Flower Show, Little Rock.
By Holly Bacon firstname.lastname@example.org