October 2018 Photographs

Hot Spring County Election Commissioners Jerry Craycraft (left) and Jim Houpt (right) and Election Coordinator Patty Griggs learn the operation of the new voter machines at the Hot Spring County Election Commission during machine testing on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Malvern senior Kealy Barber serves the ball for the Lady Leopards during their game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Monday, October 1, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 3-0 to the Lady Cobras.A Malvern junior high volleyball player goes up for the kill during the Lady Leopards game against the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Monday, October 1, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 2-1 to the Lady Cobras. Malvern sophomore Makenzie Hambrick goes up to spike the ball for the Lady Leopards during the junior varsity game with the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras on Monday, October 1, 2018. The Lady Leopards lost 2-1 to the Lady Cobras.Hot Spring County Master Gardeners Paula Morrison (left) , Gail McClure (middle), and Pam Hall bring winter life to the flower bed by planting winter hardy plants and flowers at Malvern City Hall on Friday, September 28, 2018.  The Master Gardeners are currently recruiting new members. Contact Rachel Bearden at the County Extension office at (501) 332-5267 or 1415 Smith Street in Malvern.Bismarck senior Dylan Clayton rushes the ball during a recent game.Janet Freeman gives an alpaca a treat during during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Chez Fur Fiber Farm on Highway 9 in Malvern. Jim Freeman gives a sheep a treat during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Chez Fur Fiber Farm on Highway 9 in Malvern as Janet Freeman watches.Kim Shaffer co-owner of Chez Fur Fiber Farm demonstrates feeding an alpaca during National Alpaca Farm Days on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at Chez Fur Fiber Farm on Highway 9 in Malvern.Magnet Cove senior Trenton Robinson tries to outrun Poyen junior Carson Keen during the Panthers and Indians game on Friday, September 27, 2018The Leopards secondary gets ready to make a tackle during a recent game.The Leopards offense watches from the sideline during a recent game.Malvern senior Tiaunica Henderson spikes the ball during the Lady Leopards game against Camden Fairview on Tuesday, October 2, 2018.Sophomore Jaxson Carter steps in as quarterback for the Indians during a recent game.Sophomore Brandon Sanchez rushes the ball for the Indians during a recent game.Clare Graham, MLS, regional director of the Malvern-Hot Spring County Library demonstrates painting a razorback at an Adult Painting class on Thursday, September 27, 2018 at the library. Visit www.hsclibrary.arkansas.gov for upcoming library events.The Kindergarten class of Dani Ragan of Glen Rose Elementary School were surprised by members of the flight crew with Survival Flight, during Community Helpers week. Students were also visited by members of the Glen Rose Fire Department and Rockport Police Department on Wednesday, October 3, 2018.Hot Spring County Master Gardeners Ann Phelan (right) and Freddy Hughes dedicated variable time Thursday morning Oct. 4, 2018 to provide gardening work at the entrance sign of Morrison Park ball field’s complex. Over the years, they’ve cared for several flower bed projects in Malvern and enjoy serving their community during the process.The Poyen junior high cheerleading squad cheer on the junior high Indians as they took on the Cutter Morning Star Eagles on Thursday, October 4, 2018. The Indians beat the Eagles 34-8.Eagle down! Two Poyen Indian junior high football players bring down the Cutter Morning Star quarterback during their game on Thursday, October 4, 2018. The Indians beat the Eagles 34-8.Employees of Hot Spring County and elected officials went pink on Friday, October 5, 2018 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pictured above left to right are; (front) Bailiff Scott Walters, Jill Parish, Susie Cash, Vatries Gulley, Allison Collie, Shauna Walton, Brandi Lingo, Cheryl Bryant, (middle) Glorie Thornton, Circuit Judge Chris E Williams, Treasurer Mary Cansler, Renee Elliott, (back) Beth Selph, Lori Burks, County Clerk Sandy Boyette, and County Judge Dennis Thornton.Barbara Key (sitting) listens as Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton reads a proclamation proclaiming the day Barbara Key Day for her retirement during a reception on Friday, September 28, 2018 at the courthouse pavilion.Kathy Beard stands beside the Hot Spring County Courthouse In God We Trust rock as a reminder of her trust in God to get her through cancer. Beard has been cancer free since 2007. She is also a mother, grandmother and published children’s book author.The Magnet Cove offense utilizing their ground attack to move past the Quitman’s defense that gave the Panthers a 60-41 victory Friday night for 5-2A Conference play.The Malvern Leopards defense takes down the quarterback for the Ashdown Panthers during their game on Friday, October 5, 2018. The Panthers defeated the Leopards 47-15.The Malvern junior high and senior high cheerleaders hosted a Little Leopard Cheer Camp for the week of October 1 through October 5 and performed before the Malvern Leopards game with the Ashdown Panthers on Friday, October 5, 2018.Fans stand as the Leopards run onto the field for their game against the Ashdown Panthers on Friday, October 5, 2018Fans line the fence before the start of the Leopards game against the Ashdown Panthers on Friday, October 5, 2018.Taken at the Malvern vs. Ashdown Game on Friday, October 5, 2018.Tiaunica Henderson athlete of the weekRick Watts of the Burlsworth Foundation, addresses employees of the Ouachita River Corrections Unit on Friday, September 28, 2018, during ORCU’s 15th Annual Employee Award Luncheon.Nick Bradford with Arkansas Food Bank gives Kiwanis an overview of the Food Bank at Malvern Area Kiwanis weekly meeting on Thursday, October 4, 2018.The Poyen PeeWee cheerleaders performed during halftime of the fifth grade PeeWee game of the Magnet Cove Panthers and the Poyen Indians on Monday, October 8, 2018.A Poyen fifth grade PeeWee player eyes a Magnet Cove Panther defensive player during their game on Monday, October 8, 2018. The Panthers beat the Indians 22-8.Vernon Maupin (left) was sworn in by Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 after being appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.Malvern Daily Record publisher Kelly Freudensprung (left) and retired MDR publisher Richard Folds talk during the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Hot Spring County Judge Dennis Thornton (right) talks to patrons while at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Michelle Cummins (left) and Stephanie Rhea share a hug and a smile at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Patrons sign up for door prizes while at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Even the littles celebrate with a hot dog and chips during the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Malvern Daily Record publisher Kelly Freudensprung mans the grill at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Brandon Rimmer squeezes mustard on his hot dog while at the MDR 102 anniversary celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018.Bismarck senior Brock Tenbrink checks with the line judge before a play during a recent game.During a recent game against the Fountain Lake Lady Cobras, the Malvern junior and senior volleyball team wore pink in support of Dig Pink. Dig Pink is a nationwide movement to provide meaningful and impactful experiences for athletes while inspiring and empowering them to come together in support of the breast cancer community. The Lady Leopards as well as the Lady Cobras take a picture with those who have survived cancer.Lions Club President Donnie Taber (left) stands with guest speakers Pat (middle) and Dana Carver after the Lions Club weekly meeting on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.The Magnet Cove offense utilizing their ground attack to move past the Quitman’s defense that gave the Panthers a 60-41 victory Friday night for 5-2A Conference playHSC Sheriff Mike Cash presents Lt. Glen Pye with the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award from the offices of State of Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Kelly Freudensprung, Publisher of The Malvern Daily Record of Malvern and The Saline Courier of Benton newspapers addressed the Malvern Rotary Club on Wednesday afternoon October 10, 2018 at Western Sizzlin. Freudensprung introduced himself to all Rotary Club members present and provided inspiring important information about the newspaper business. He emphasized the importance of how small town newspapers strongly connects and stay relevant with the community. His goal is for the paper to touch lives

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