August 2018 Photos

Justin Kirst gives blood during the donation event at Anytime Fitness in Malvern on Monday, July 31, 2018. People who donated blood were given a free T-shirt as well as one free ticket to the Little Rock Zoo.The Magnet Cove junior high football team practiced drills of both offense and defense during a practice on Tuesday, July 31, 2018.The Magnet Cove senior high football team practiced running, ball security, and defensive drills during a practice on Tuesday, July 31, 2018.Melinda McCollum with the Malvern Nutrition Club was serving up free samples at Anytime Fitness during their blood drive on Monday, July 30, 2018.(Left to right) Mark Roberts, Austin Warford, Mike Scarbrough, and Nick Brumfield pose for a picture after Coach Scarbrough spoke to the Lions Club members about the Malvern Leopards Football team on Tuesday, July 31, 2018.Marva Jasper (bottom right), with the Healthy Hot Spring County Coalition, hands Emily Bowdle (bottom middle) the Walk Across Hot Spring County traveling trophy. Bowdle is pictured with her teammates bottom row L to R: Tony Jenkins and Tisha Jenkins, top row L to R: Colton Jenkins, Connie Bowdle, and Jason Bowdle. The team walked the most miles in the Walk Across Hot Spring County that took place over eight weeks from March 11, 2018 to May 5. The six person team walked a total of 1,836 miles.Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams, left, congratulated Thomas Smith, right, on Smith’s July 31, 2018 graduation from drug court. Smith has been sober since July 16, 2016. Smith plans on attending an after care program. Graduates that complete an after care program after graduation from drug court could see all of their drug related charges dropped from their record.Malvern Area Kiwanis President, Hank Mitchell (left), presents Stan and Donna May from Family Farm a certificate of appreciation after speaking to Kiwanians during their meeting on Thursday, August 2, 2018.Parents and campers hang out around the flag pole at Magnet Cove before the start of the Razorback Softball Camp on July 28, 2018.Parents talk amongst each other while at the Razorback Softball Camp held at Magnet Cove on July 28, 2018.Parents walk around the parking lot while at the Razorback Softball Camp held at Magnet Cove on July 28, 2018.On Friday, Aug. 3, 2018 the first box of books for the Hot Spring County Free Little Library was placed at Monica Yarbrough State Farm Insurance location at 1609 MLK Blvd. in Malvern. Books inside the box are free for children or adults and can be given back at other locations. Pictured above is Lyndsey Riggan, Emilee Webb (Miss Greater Hot Springs Teen), Monica Yarbrough and Brittanie Blackerby. Not Pictured is Glenn Aulston and Crystal Sanabria.The Malvern Jr. High football team warms up with drills during a practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.Malvern receivers practice catching the ball in the back of the end zone during their practice on August 8, 2018.Malvern receivers go up for the ball during practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.Malvern quarterback Parker Freer goes back to pass during the Leopards practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.Patsy Daniell (left) purchases baked goods from Vera Davis with Granny V’s Goodies at the Hot Spring County Farmers Market on Wednesday, August 8, 2018. Veronica Harris is pictured with homemade goods in background. The Hot Spring Count Farmer’s Market is currently open Wednesday and Fridays from 7 to 11 a.m. at Malvern City Park. Davis said the farmers will soon be harvesting their fall gardens and the market will be open longer.The Malvern Leopards practice drills during their practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.The Malvern Leopards Jr. High team walks onto the field for practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.A Malvern Leopard catches the ball in the endzone during the Leopard’s practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.A Malvern Leopard stretches to catch the ball during practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.The Malvern Leopards practice snapping the ball during their practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.A Malvern Leopard runs down the field with the ball during the Leopard’s practice on Tuesday, August 7, 2018.An incident involving a log truck and two other cars blocked all lanes of traffic Thursday morning on Highway 270 near Henderson Road.The Malvern Leopards PeeWee football team showed their skills during a scrimmage at Claude Mann Stadium on Thursday, August 9, 2018.A Malvern PeeWee football player tries to get past the defense during a scrimmage Thursday, August 9, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.Popeyes employee Kizzy Boswell (left) opens the door for restaurant guests City of Rockport Mayor Darrell Hughes (front right), Don Robinson (middle) and JH Crites  on Friday, August 10, 2018 during opening day of the Rockport Popeyes located at 2034 Oliver Lancaster Blvd, Rockport.Popeyes employee Cassey Anderson hands a customer their take-out order on Friday, August 10, 2018 during opening day of the Rockport Popeyes located at 2034 Oliver Lancaster Blvd, Rockport. Elise Tackett assists another customer in the background.Hot Spring County Circuit Court Judge Chris E Williams (left) swore Melissa Ramsey in as Hot Spring County Circuit Clerk on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. Ramsey was appointed by the Quorum Court justices to fulfill the vacant position.Congressman Bruce Westerman (left) is greeted by Fleet Staffing personnel member,  Crystal Stewart. Westerman visited with the staff of JM Bozeman Enterprises on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. Rotarian Teresa Howell (second from right) invited members with the Hot Spring County Fair Association to speak about the upcoming Hot Spring County Fair at the Malvern Rotary weekly meeting on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. Pictured left to right is Amberlee Ray, Kristina Fryar, Angie Berryhill, and Michelle Riggan. Pictured left to right are Nakayla Allen, Viktoria Jergenson, Faith Harmon, Sydney Martin, Daisy Breashears, and Nykieria Rhymes at the Malvern School District Back-to-School Bash held on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.A father and son sit on a bench to watch the Malvern PeeWee Scrimmage at Claude Mann Stadium on Thursday, August 9, 2018.A fan picks his spot to watch the Malvern PeeWee teams scrimmage on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.Fans seek shade with an umbrella while at the Malvern PeeWee Scrimmage at Claude Mann Stadium on Thursday, August 9, 2018.Fans walk off the field before the start of the Malvern PeeWee Scrimmage at Claude Mann Stadium on Thursday, August 9, 2018.A group of fans gather on the shady side of the field in the bleachers to watch the Malvern PeeWee teams scrimmage on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.Left photo: A fan points out something to another fan during the Malvern PeeWee teams scrimmage on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.Fans enjoy the food that was served during the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.Students smile while at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium.Fans pack the stands to watch the Leopards scrimmage at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Cluade Mann Stadium.Members of the Malvern faculty find a place to enjoy the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium. Members of the Malvern faculty show their support for the Leopards while at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Claude Mann Stadium. Students sit in the stands and talk while at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Cluade Mann Stadium.Fans have a good time while watching the Leopards scrimmage at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Cluade Mann Stadium.Veranda Luxury Pontoons announced its purchase of the General Cable facility in Jones Mill on Monday, August 20, 2018. Local officials in attendance were (left to right) Darryl Mahoney, incoming Garland County Judge; City of Malvern Mayor Brenda Weldon; Gary Troutman, president and CEO Hot Springs Metro Partnership and Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce; Rory Herndon, owner Xpress Boats/Veranda Luxury Pontoons; Lance Howell, Executive Director Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce; Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton (left) and Scott Helberg with Edward Jones congratulate Veranda owner Rory Herndon on the expansion of Veranda Luxury Pontoons to Jones Mill after a news conference on Monday, August 20, 2018.Veranda Luxury Pontoons owner Rory Herndon (left) listens as Lance Howell, Executive Director of the Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber speaks to attendees at a news conference about the expansion of Veranda Luxury Pontoons to Jones Mill on Monday, August, 20, 2018.A Malvern junior high volleyball team member spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards game against the Hot Springs Lady Trojans on Monday, August 20, 2018. The Lady Leopards defeated the Lady Trojans in the 25-20 in the first set and 25-21 in the second set to win the match.Malvern junior Kaylee Fike spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards game against the Hot Springs Lady Trojans on Monday, August 20, 2018. The  Lady Leopards beat the Lady Trojans 25-13 in the first set and 25-13 in the second set to win the match.Malvern senior Charlie Sealy kills the ball during the Lady Leopards game against the Hot Springs Lady Trojans on Monday, August 20, 2018. The Lady Leopards defeated the Lady Trojans in three sets to win the match. The Lady Leopards won set one 25-18, set two 25-13, and set three 25-13.Malvern junior Kym Summerville goes for the spike during the last set of the Lady Leopards match against the Hot Springs Lady Trojans on Monday, August 20, 2018. The Lady Leopards won the last set 25-13.Gerald Black (center) talks to state land commissioner candidate Tommy Land (right) and Nelson Bailey at the Hot Spring County Republican block party on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at Biggies in Glen Rose. Patrons were able to meet some of the candidates running for local and state offices as well as enjoy free hot dogs and drinks.Sylvia Keen (right) and Diana Reggans (second from right) with Southern Bancorp hand out Malvern Leopards T-Shirts at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018.Angela Askey (left) holds a board as Darren Edwards, both with Elite Family Martial Arts breaks the board at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018.Jennifer Eubanks and Emma Eubanks at the Malvern/Hot Spring County Chamber of Commerce Booth at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018.Malvern students enjoy visiting with classmates at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018. Amber Childers (left) with College of the Ouachita hands Malvern Football player Amias Hunter a COTO fidget spinner at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018.Danny Riggan (left) a 1971 graduate of Malvern High School and John Haley, a 1965 graduate of Malvern High School served as cooks at the Malvern Back-to-School Bash on Thursday, August 16, 2018. Also pictured is senator Alan Clark (right). L to R: Director of the Malvern Senior Center, Darlene Bryant, Lions Club secretary Shanna Stuckey, and Lions Club President Donnie Taber pose for a picture after Bryant spoke to Lions members about the Malvern Senior Center.District 6170 Governor Dennis Cooper (right) visited the Malvern Rotary Club on Wednesday, August 22, 2018. He is pictured with District 6170 Assistant Governor Hunter Windle (left) and Malvern Rotary Club president Aerah Hardin (middle). Bryson Carroll and Journei CarrollCarleigh Skinner and William ReedCharlie Mallory and Ariana MalloryEvyn McCauly and Andrew WilkinsonCADC Malvern Headstart held Dads bring your kids to school day on the first day of school on Monday, August 20, 2018. The event was for children to have a positive male role figure in their life. For more back-to-school photos see pages 6A and 9A.Jeffery Clark and Payton ClarkJeremy Moore Sr. and Jeremy Moore Jr.Kentrell Dickerson and Daegan McClainLeDarrion Price and Zelia AmesNailynn Cooper, Adryan Cooper (4th)  and Adrain CooperZaber Honeyman, Bruce Honeyman,  Jennifer Coney, and Julia HoneymanFans pack the stands for Bismarck’s season opener against the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Friday, August 24, 2018.A Bismarck fan watches the sunset while the Lions take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles in the season opener on Friday, August 24, 2018.Even little Lions fans come to watch Bismarck take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Friday, August 24, 2018.Bismarck fans talk to each other while watching the Lions take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles in the season opener on Friday, August 24, 2018.Bismarck fans line the fence to watch the Lions take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles in the season opener on Friday, August 24, 2018.With the stands packed full, Bismarck fans bring their own seats to watch the game from behind the endzone as the Bismarck Lions take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles in their season opener on Friday, August 24, 2018.The moon rises over the stadium at Bismarck as the Lions take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles in the season opener on Friday, August 24, 2018.A Bismarck fan takes pictures from the sideline during as the Lions take on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles during their season opener on Friday, August 24, 2018.The Bismarck Cheerleaders break out the pom-poms to get the crowd to cheer on the Lions during their season opener game against the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Friday, August 24, 2018.The Bismarck Lions defense tries to pull down a Cutter Morning Star Eagle during their game on Friday, August 24, 2018.Bismarck senior Dylan Clayton splits the defenders while catching the ball during the Lions game against the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on August 24, 2018. Clayton had three touchdowns against Cutter Morning Star including an 89-yard touchdown run.Rotarians Chris Walthall (left) and Paul Helberg visit after a Malvern Rotary meeting on Wednesday, August 29, 2018.Lions member Kinney Black shows pictures of the Hot Spring County photo history book during the Lions meeting on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.The Malvern Junior High Volleyball team celebrates after scoring a point during the Lady Leopards match against the Jessieville Lady Lions on Tuesday, August 28, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost to the Lady Lions in two sets. The Lady Lions won 25-20 in set one and 25-20 in set two.Malvern junior Tiffany Monk sets the ball up during the Lady Leopards game against the Jessieville Lady Lions. The Lady Leopards beat the Lady Lions in two sets. The Lady Leopards won set one 25-12 and set two 25-18.Malvern senior Charlie Sealy spikes the ball over the net during the Lady Leopards game against the Jessieville Lady Lions. The Lady Leopards lost to the Lady Lions 3 sets to 1. The Lady Leopards won set one 25-16. The Lady Lions won the next three sets 25-23, 25-21, 25-23.Judy Draper, with the Hot Spring County Livestock Show Team, leads The Pledge of Allegiance for the Quorum Court on Tuesday, August 28, 2018.Rotarian Aerah Hardin (right) describes recent bike riding adventures to fellow Rotarian Tersa Howell after a Malvern Rotary meeting on Wednesday, August 29, 2018.A Malvern Leopard Cub runs the ball with three Beavers on his tail during the Glen Rose at Malvern 7th grade game on Thursday, August 30, 2018. The Beavers won 6-0 and the Leopards won 12-0 in the 10 minute play off.A Malvern Leopard Cub carries a Beaver defender during the Glen Rose at Malvern junior high game on Thursday, August 30, 2018. The Cubs beat the Beavers 42-6.A Malvern Leopard Cub escapes a Beaver defender during the Glen Rose at Malvern junior high game on Thursday, August 30, 2018. The Cubs won 42-6Pictured left to right Hot Spring County Extension Agent Becky Sterner, Malvern Rotary President Aerah Hardin and Hot Spring County Extension - Staff Chair Agent Rachel Bearden at the weekly Malvern Rotary Club meeting on Wednesday, August 29, 2018. Bearden and Sterner presented information about the 2018 Ballot Issues.Darlene Bryant (left), director at Malvern Senior Activity Center throws hearts in the air while she sings Chapel of Love as part of a fundraiser for the Senior Center. The fundraiser raised more than $300 for Bryant to sing on stage. Singing as backup singers are (from left to right) Victoria Cranford, Janet Ashcraft, and Nancy Hellums.

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