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Diabetic Empowerment Education free at Schmieding Center

Subscriber onlySchmieding Center facilitator Rene' Oliver will help people with diabetes learn how to live a healthier life during six fun classes. In these classes participants will: Continue reading...

Schmeiding Center July Programs

Subscriber onlyThe Schmeiding Center, at 1801 Forest Hills Blvd., Bella Vista, will have a number of programs in July. Continue reading...

Country Club course added to Natural State Golf Trail

Subscriber onlyThe Bella Vista Country Club Golf Course is the newest addition to Arkansas' Natural State Golf Trail. It is the 13th course to be added. To become part of the elite trail, a course must meet a certain set of criteria and undergo a rating from an evaluation team in several areas, including course design and condition, playability, level of challenge and customer and food services. Continue reading...

Good Sams campers back from Gulf Shores

Subscriber onlyMembers of the Bella Vista Good Sam Chapter just returned from a 10-day trip to Gulf Shores, Ala., with good sun tans and a new appreciation of sunny days and warm ocean breezes. Continue reading...

Bella Vistan to lead Arkansas NARFE Federation

Subscriber onlyLITTLE ROCK -- Ronald J. Lambert, of Bella Vista, was elected president of the Arkansas Federation of the National Active and Retired Federal Employee Association at the recent federation convention in Pine Bluff. Other newly elected NARFE Arkansas Federation officers are Wynell Choate, Ashdown, executive vice president; Linda Behm, Hot Springs Village, secretary; and Lynn Williams, Heber Springs, treasurer. Continue reading...

Fly-Tyers cast lures to hook kids on fishing

Subscriber onlyMembers of the Bella Vista Fly-Tyers Club and the Bella Vista POA Lakes staff hosted an outdoor activities day on June 3. The activities were held at Granton Park on Loch Lomond. Approximately 100 students from Baker Elementary School in Bentonville (plus teachers and volunteer parents) attended the activities. Kurt Wing, a teacher at Baker, coordinated the activities for the students. Continue reading...