Shirley Murphy (from left) of Lawrence Health Services looks over a refurbished model room with Danny Gibson and Lila Floyd, co-chairmen of the Golden Jubilee Capital Campaign for Lawrence Memorial Hospital. The hospital is 50 years old this year, and the capital campaign will raise funds to refurbish the 25 patient rooms, as well as other patient areas of the hospital.
TD Photo ~ John Bland
LMHF launching Golden
Jubilee Capital Campaign
Lawrence Memorial Hospital opened its doors in 1960 to better serve the immediate healthcare needs of Lawrence County residents. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the hospital, the Lawrence Memorial Health Foundation is launching the Golden Jubilee Capital Campaign.
WR councilmen discuss
The Walnut Ridge City Council discussed the upcoming spring cleanup at its meeting on March 9 and previewed the city's new website, which will soon be up and running.
website, spring cleanup
Hoxie continues membership
The Hoxie City Council voted at its March 9 meeting to continue its commitment to the Northeast Arkansas Intermodal Authority by making a second yearly payment of $13,333.
in NEA Intermodal Authority
'Lawrence County Get Fit!'
The Lawrence Memorial Health Foundation has received a Blue and You Foundation Grant for $42,270. Grant funds will be used for the "Lawrence County Get Fit!" program in all of the Lawrence County Schools, said Danielle Russell, project leader.
program kickoff is March 27
County to receive
Community enhancement grants have recently been awarded to several towns and organizations in Lawrence County.
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