Residents are being encouraged to reach out with “kindness” to patients and residents in Searcy area nursing homes, assisted living centers and rehab facilities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Although COVID-19 precautions will make things a little different, Searcy’s Big Bloomin’ Weekend will be held this weekend, according to Mat Faulkner, one of the organizers.
The White County Commodity Distribution, sponsored by the Community Action Program for Central Arkansas, will be held April 24 from 8:15-11:30 a.m. at the A.J. Baker National Guard Armory, 3105 S. Main St. in Searcy.
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