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Bella Vista Club News

by Staff Report | June 22, 2022 at 5:00 a.m.

Sugar Creek Railroad Club

Sugar Creek Railroad Club is holding its next meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at the A&M Railroad Museum, 306 E. Emma, Springdale. Bring your questions, we have answers. We will continue meeting here on the fourth Thursday of each month for now, so join us at our next meeting. Sugar Creek Railroad Club puts the fun in fundraising! Our club hosts train shows and events to support local charities, while preserving our national railroad heritage. For more information you can find our Website at

Bella Vista Computer Club

The Bella Vista Computer Club (BVCC) meets at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month in Room 1001 in the lower level of the Highlands Crossing Center, 1801 Forest Hills Blvd. in Bella Vista.

The last June class: Saturday, June 25, 9-11 a.m., Microsoft Word Basic Usage (Joel Ewing)

New members and visitors are welcome to the general meetings. The yearly BVCC membership is $25 for the first member in a household and $10 for each additional household member. Visit the website at for more information.

Christian Women's Connection

The monthly Prayer Connection will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 6, at 26 Drummore Drive in Bella Vista.

The Bella Vista Christian Women's Connection Brunch will be at 9 a.m.Wednesday, July 13, at the Bella Vista Community Church located at 75 East Lancashire Blvd. in Bella Vista. The special feature is Susan Hacker, "One of a Kind Design Jewelry" and the speaker will be Desiree Smedley, "Desiree's Choices."

Brunch fee is $10 and reservations/cancellations are essential by noon Friday, July 8. For reservations/cancellations call Glenda at 479-366-7562, text Dorothy at 479-381-6516 or email Marsha at [email protected]

Bella Vista Honor Guard

The Bella Vista Honor Guard is looking for volunteers due to the increase in requests for appearances at special events. The Honor Guard provides military honors at a funeral occurring within northwest Arkansas. A veteran's sendoff demonstrates a nation's gratitude for the veteran's valor and service. Local funeral home directors can be called to initiate a request for military funeral honors for a deceased veteran. Proof of military service will be required in the form of a DD-214 or Statement of Service. Additional volunteers means the Honor Guard will be able to honor more requests. For more information, go to

Wall of Honor Tours

The mission of the Veterans Council of Northwest Arkansas is to honor and pay tribute to all veterans, living or deceased. The Wall of Honor provides a venue for special events such as Flag Day, 9/11, Armed Forces Day, Veterans Day, etc. It helps teach the important history of the nation and provides a place for quiet time to reflect and a place for remembrances. Free tours of approximately a half-hour of the beautiful Veterans Memorial honoring all veterans are being offered.

To schedule a free tour of the Veterans Wall of Honor contact the Veterans Council of Northwest Arkansas via [email protected] or call Leonard Eisert at 479-855-4421.

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Please note that space in the paper will dictate the number of club news items to print in the paper each week. The Weekly Vista will first take items that include an upcoming date and fill any remaining space with various items.

Email club information to [email protected]

Print Headline: Club News Week of June 22


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