Party with a Heart is a little more than halfway through its year, but the board is already gearing up to pick its new nonprofit partner for 2018.
Wendy Cook, native Arkansan, is the owner of Big Rock Yoga and the founder of Big Rock Outreach.
Little Rock native Steve “Wild Man” Wilson loves The Natural State.
The renowned education program of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre is becoming even more exceptional under the leadership of new Director of Education Anna Kimmell. The most immediate and notable innovation is the new education program that transforms the summer-only youth training program into year-round classes, workshops and camps for adults as well.
As the executive vice president and chief financial officer for Life & Specialty Ventures, LLC, Mark Langston ensures the financial strength and stability of USAble Life in Little Rock, which LSV owns. This professional role makes him uniquely qualified to lead ACCESS into an exciting season of growth and celebrated success as the organization continues its renowned comprehensive services along with its role in the community as an advocate for individuals with language and learning disabilities.
In commemoration of National Foster Care Month, Lauri Currier, executive director of The CALL, encourages the community to consider how individual support helps foster children. “Every little pebble can make a difference,” she says.
Downtown Dash co-chair Elizabeth Griffin gives us the inside scoop on the Junior League of Little Rock’s Downtown Dash held Saturday April 8th at 8:30 AM.
The Cancer Ninjas are devoted to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in Arkansas – joining in this year’s Man & Woman of the Year campaign.
The Kristin Lewis Foundation is very proud to highlight young singers and attract international artists to the Arkansas arts community.
Pat Carlton remembers precisely the moment her mother Louise crossed the threshold from simple age-related forgetfulness to something more serious.