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Women’s Business Series

Women’s Business Series

The Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Women’s Business Series at the Chamber. The luncheon’s guest speaker was Kristi Crum, President of the South-Central Region for Verizon Wireless.

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Tux 'n Trees

Tux 'n Trees

Part of Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute’s (CARTI) 38th annual Festival of Trees, Tux ’n Trees was the final event in the four-day celebration. Tux ’n Trees was a black-tie affair of soulful sophistication and elegance featuring fine dining, live music by the Rodney Block Band along...

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Tiny Hands Monster Bash

Tiny Hands Monster Bash

The Tiny Hands Monster Bash was held at Next Level Events. An annual fundraiser for the UAMS Family Home, proceeds benefited the Family Home’s mission to provide lodging to out-of-town cancer patients and families whose infants are in the UAMS NICU. Guests dressed up for Halloween, and enjoyed food,...

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Special Olympics Arkansas Charity Olive Hour

Special Olympics Arkansas Charity Olive Hour

Special Olympics Arkansas hosted the Charity Olive Hour at Next Level Events. The event included silent and live auctions, heavy hors d’oeuvres, martinis, wine, beer and live entertainment. Glazer’s was the premier sponsor. Cardinal Health and Enterprise Holdings were the gold sponsors.

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Signature Chefs Auction

Signature Chefs Auction

The March of Dimes hosted its annual Signature Chefs Auction at the Statehouse Convention Center. The event featured a live and silent auction, wine and music along with culinary offerings provided by chefs from twelve of Little Rock’s finest restaurants, benefited the programs and mission of the March...

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RMHC Capital Campaign Kickoff

RMHC Capital Campaign Kickoff

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas launched its $8 million capital campaign to build a new House at its future home on the corner of Martin Luther King and 10th Streets. A $1 million lead gift was provided by McDonald’s of Central Arkansas.

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