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Old Time Brush Arbor Meeting. May 18th-27th. Come One, Come All! 89 year old minister coming home to his home state to preach a Revival. Services start at 6:00pm. 1343 Twisted Oak Waldron, AR (signs will be posted) for more info., Contact Thomas Moore 1-406-291-2521.

Fixing Your Relationships
Colossians 3:18-4:1 is a marvelous passage which describes how to have successful, pleasing relationships in every area of your life. Relationships in the home are used as the illustration to show how it ought to be in all of our relationships.

Annual Truman Baker Kidís fishing derby to be held on May 20
Truman Baker Kidís fishing derby on Saturday, May 30th at the Truman Baker Park.
First 100 kids to register get FREE t-shirts at the derby. Early registration starts may 13th until noon May 28th.

The Forester Herald Forester Reunion 2014
First photo is a great view of the historic foundations at the log pond, now within the Forester Park, a favorite place to climb and explore for all the young folks and also a favorite subject for photographers and artists.

Breaking the habit!
As human beings, we all have good and bad habits. If someone tells us that he/she does not have any bad habits, he/she is a liar! Many times, our good habits will go unnoticed because people pay more attention to our bad habits.

Memorial Day Celebration
Memorial Day is usually the start of the picnic and outdoor grilling events of the year. While the stars and stripes are the theme for table decor and outdoor decorations, the food can complement any backyard or neighborhood event.

May observed as National Electrical Safety Month
May is National Electrical Safety Month. The following is a Residential Safety Checklist to assist homeowners in making their homes and offices more electrically safe this month and throughout the year.

WPD Report
On 05-06-15 Jared Briley was arrested for Failure to Appear in Court.
On 05-07-15 James Ellis Hankins was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance with the Purpose.
On 05-08-15 Shandra Carroll was arrested for an Arkansas Hot Check Law (warrant).
On 05-10-15 James Harrison was arrested for Failure to Pay Fines and Cost.
On 05-11-15 a harassment report was taken on Featherson Street.
On 05-11-15 Robert L. Everly was arrested for Theft of Property.

Waldron School Board accepts resignation of Head Baseball coach at Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of the Waldron School Board was held in the Central Office Building Monday, May 11, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. Board members present were Steve Ewing, Tammye Sherrill, Eddie Harrison and Nick Hunt. Board member Brian Jones was absent. Others present were Superintendent Gary Wayman, Ashli Hutchens, Kim Solomon, Ryan Walker, Daniel Fielding, Tammy Madden, Kristi Sigman, Joshua Brown, Keith Brigance, Toni Dozier, Chris Lipham, Jim Wilcox, and Jessica Williams.

Scott County Boys & Girls Club Summer camp to begin soon
Scott County Boys & Girls Club Summer Camp begins June 1st Monday - Friday 7:45am till 5:00pm.
swimming, arts & crafts, basketball, volleyball, soccer, gardening, computer lab, music, water games and lots more fun!
Camp fee is $7 a day or $25 per week, meals and snacks provided.

Waldron Nursing Center enjoys annual fishing outing
What a wonderful time our residents had going on the annual spring outing to Greenhurst Nursing Home lake as our Special Wednesday morning activity. Going on the trip were residents, John clopton, Janis Hull, Joyce Leslie, Nellie Faria, Paul Davis and wife, Chris, Judy Cheesman and daughter Karen Holbrook, Volunteer Joanna Strozier, Nurse Marina Howell, Billie Strozier, Lisa Smith and myself from activities, Michael Beyard as the transport driver for hauling the wheelchairs, and other items needed for the outing, official rod and reel setter up along with helping take some of the fish off the hooks.

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Scott Scope
Fixing Your Relationships
Annual Truman Baker Kidís fishing derby to be held on May 20
Nailing two motivational birds with one stone
May to return as Bulldog Head Coach