Social worker program planned December 11 at Drew Memorial

All area social workers are invited to attend an interactive educational video program on ethics from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday, December 11, at Drew Memorial Hospital.

Chris Hackler, PhD, will present the program. Participants will learn basic

concepts in medical ethics and be introduced to the insights of medical humanities for clinical care.

They will also learn to apply knowledge from ethics and humanities to specific issues that may arise in practice and explore them in a systematic and organized way.

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James Franklin, Hilda J. Daniels, Estella Lemons, and Joe Lee Miller visited with Ray and Carolyn King Monday. Carolyn fried fish and they played dominoes.

Belated birthday wishes to Velma Collins November 29. Fay and Ann of Milwaukee came down to help her celebrate her 84th birthday. What a blessing!

Margaret Ridgell, Marie Nolen and Ivanell chatted while waiting to see the doctor Thursday morning.

Horace Junior visited with Floyd Thursday.

Adams-Daniel vows planned at Pilgrim Rest December 23

Tina Marie Adams of Monticello and Jonathan Dewayne Daniel of Fordyce announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Pastor Robert and Kamellow Adams of Monticello. She is the granddaughter of Cora B. Bray and the late Roy C. Bray, and Josephine Adams and the late Robert Adams Sr., all of Pine Bluff. She is a 2005 graduate of Monticello High School and a 2006 graduate of Margaret's Hair Academy.

Shepherd attends People to People International Global Youth Forum

LaCreasha Shepherd, daughter of Linda Lucas and Jerry Shepherd, traveled to Kansas City, Mo., to attend People to People International's fifth annual Global Youth Forum November 8- 12.

A total of 235 student delegates aged 13-18 came from across the U.S. as well as Russia, Romania, Egypt, Morocco and Sweden to participate in five days of activities focused on how young people make a difference on a global level.

Monticello vocal music department to be in concert December 10 at MMS

The Monticello junior and senior high school choirs and madrigals, seventh grade girls' and boys' choirs, and seventh grade boys select choir will present their annual Christmas concert, themed "Here We Come A Caroling," at 2 p.m. Sunday, December 10, at the Monticello Middle School auditorium.

The junior and senior high groups are directed by Michael Binns, who is in his 32nd year as a vocal instructor at the school. Tammy Albrecht, who has recently joined the vocal music department, will direct the seventh grade groups.

Outdoors Cold weather is great for most deer hunters

Although hunters often deal with warm weather during Novembers in Arkansas, this one has been quite cool. In fact, the mercury has been below freezing more during this year's deer hunt than any year in recent history, and hunters have been thankful that it finally feels like hunting weather in The Natural State. Duck hunters have high hopes that cold fronts will continue to drive ducks into their hunting grounds.

Bridge club winners are announced

The Town and Gown Bridge Club has announced the winners of its games played Monday, November 27. They are:

First place - Joy Hudson and Lowell Lynde

Second place - Kaye Koen and Faye Chandler Third place - Jimmy Parker and Fritz Hudson

Winners of games played Monday, December 4, are:

First place - Hilda and Wellford Garrett

Second place - J.C. Nichols and Charles Dolberry

Third place - Gene Gulledge and Roy Cabaniss

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