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Can­di­date com­mu­nity fo­rum slated

A can­di­date com­mu­nity fo­rum is slated for 6-9 p.m. Thurs­day, Oct. 25, in the com­mu­nity room of the Emer­gency Ser­vices build­ing fea­tur­ing can­di­date for mayor Mechel Wall, can­di­date for city clerk Mike Kel­ley and City Coun­cil mem­ber Bob Cot­ting­ham, seek­ing re­elec­tion.

Ac­cord­ing to the flyer, “When it comes down to facts, we all need to make some tough de­ci­sion for Pea Ridge.

“We can’t say ‘no growth’ and keep spend­ing money like it grows freely on trees. To fund the city the way de­part­ments wish, they’ll sim­ply add to the huge debt the city cur­rently has. The City only works for You when oper­a­tional spend­ing is bal­anced with debt re­duc­tion.

“You get to hire the next team that will de­cide how to spend your tax dol­lars. Do you want some­one who asks hard ques­tions and looks for an­swers? Come ask us the hard ques­tions and we’ll give you hon­est an­swers.”

Soup sup­per set

Mark you cal­en­dars for the up­com­ing Glade Com­mu­nity His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety’s soup sup­per set for 4 p.m. Sun­day, Oct. 28, in the Lost Bridge Vil­lage Com­mu­nity Hall, 12477 Lodge Dr., Garfield.

The “All You Can Eat” meal will in­clude a va­ri­ety of home­made soups, breads, drink and dessert and costs $7 per per­son.

The pro­gram for this meet­ing is a power point pre­sen­ta­tion by Ruth Billings­ley on The His­tory of the Glade Com­mu­nity.

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Sixth-grade Black­hawk Home­com­ing Queens were Macy Tram­mell and Ari­anna Key and King was Waylon Fletcher.

Fifth grade Black­hawks crowned Home­com­ing Queen Hai­ley Snarr and King Tris­ten Ger­man this week­end.

Pea Ridge Black­hawk youth foot­ball play­ers cel­e­brated home­com­ing this past week­end and crowned Jesi­lyn Rob­bins queen for fourth grade and Colt Perry king.

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