Club news: Sing, create, meet, learn

MUFON

The Northwest Arkansas section of the Mutual UFO Network will meet from 9:30 am to noon on June 26 in the conference room at Fayetteville Drake Field. Section meetings are open to members, guests, and anyone with a genuine interest in the UFO phenomenon.

Information: (479) 422-9586.

SUV

Camp McPherson, the sons of Civil War Union veterans, will meet at 7 p.m. on June 21 at the Whole Hog Cafe at 1400 SE Walton Blvd. in Bentonville. The group will meet for dinner and socialize at 6 p.m.

The SUV is a patriotic and fraternal organization founded in 1881. Its members are the male descendants of soldiers, sailors and government officials of the United States who served in the years 1861-65. All are welcome to attend the meeting.

Information: (479) 381-6883.

Nurses

Retired Nurses from Northwest Arkansas will meet at noon on June 29 at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville in Classroom A. There will be a presentation by Comfort Keepers In-Home Care. Lunch will be at 11:00 a.m. and can be purchased in the hospital cafeteria prior to the meeting.

Information: (479) 715-6352 or (316) 644-0472.

Wood carvers

The Bella Vista Woodcarvers Club is a group of local artisans who meet regularly to share works of art, exchange woodworking experiences and stay in touch with members. Due to covid issues, the temporary hangout is at the Bella Vista Assembly of God Church Gymnasium, located at 1771 Forest Hills Blvd., at 1 p.m. every Thursday.

On the third Thursday of each month there is a class on one aspect of carving, wood burning, finishing, or some other interesting topic. Classes are a great way to practice techniques, learn new ways to achieve your goal, and discover your own style.

The aim of the club is to promote the general fields of sculpture, woodcut and woodcarving, and to promote a greater appreciation of wood in artistic expression. The club is dedicated to giving back to the community through activities that teach children and adults the art of sculpture. Visitors are always welcome.

For further information: Jean Visnich, President, at (479) 426-8409 or by email at [email protected]

Perfect harmony

The Perfect Harmony Women’s Hair Salon Choir meets from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. every Monday in the Highland Christian Church Community Hall, located at 1500 Forest Hills Blvd. at Bella Vista. (Enter through the north gate.) To attend, you must have received at least the first dose of the covid vaccine. Social distancing and wearing a mask are mandatory. No prior experience or test is required to register. Women of all ages and voice levels are invited to experience hair salon singing.

For further information: Karen Frankenfeld, Director, at (479) 876-7204 or visit www.perfectharmonybv.com.

Women’s choir

Northwest Arkansas Women’s Chorus rehearses again. If you enjoy singing, women from Benton, Washington and McDonald counties are welcome to join you. All are welcome, with no testing or experience required. Performances include classical, pop, folk and live tunes for local clubs, schools, health centers and veterans’ centers.

Rehearsals take place at 12:45 p.m. every Monday at the St. Bernard Church Hall in Bella Vista, with plenty of room to spread out and follow Arkansas State covid-19 guidelines.

For further information: Elaine at (918) 857-1675 or visit www.NWArkansasWomensChorus.com.

Linda Meier, President of the Rogers Noon Kiwanis Club, welcomed Nicole McKellar as a guest speaker. She is a student at Rogers High School and works on the Girl Scout’s highest honor speaking and educating the club about pollinators. She distributed seeds for planting and gave information on the importance of planting and maintaining flower beds that help butterflies, bees, etc. to thrive in our region. (Courtesy photo)

Sue Storey, Rogers Kiwanis, pound gallons of "pop tops" to Dolores Stamps for ERC Northwest Arkansas Aktion Club Springdale.  Club Aktion members have been accumulating spinning tops to support the ARKOMA Ronald McDonald House Charities association for eleven years.

Sue Storey, Rogers Kiwanis, delivers gallons of “pop tops” to Dolores Stamps for the ERC Northwest Arkansas Aktion Club Springdale. Club Aktion members have been accumulating spinning tops to support the ARKOMA Ronald McDonald House Charities association for eleven years.


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