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October 22, 2017
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Lions Club honors community volunteers

It was a night of laughter and lessons at the 2017 Camden Noon Lions Club’s Annual Distinguished Service Awards Banquet that was held Tuesday at the Charles O. Ross Center. Several from the community were nominated for service awards and former Arkansas Razorback and NFL player - and current Channel 4 News anchor - David “D.J.” Williams served as the keynote speaker.

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C.F. students pledge to ‘Drive Smart’

C.F. students pledge to ‘Drive Smart’ Students of Camden Fairview High School take a pledge to “Drive Smart" at Friday’s football game. At the event, students tailgated, handed out informational brochures and stickers, and played videos about why driving safely is important.

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40 Days of Prayer is in 10th day

Today is the 10th day of 40 Days of Prayer for Camden and Ouachita County. Today’s topic is: “Christian Marriage.” The associated scripture will be: “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.’ This is a profound mystery – but I am talking about Christ and the Church.” (Ephesians 5:31-32 NIV)

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Vaccines set to be given at area schools

Although the Ouachita County Mass Flu Clinic has already been held, the Ouachita County Health Unit will now hold a flu clinic in area schools beginning Wednesday, according to a news release. Forms for the flu clinic are currently available online for parents to print off and fill out. The school flu clinics are as follows:

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TRACE has updates and is on schedule

Travis Daniel, code enforcement officer for the City of Camden, has been overseeing construction on the Trace project from the start and recently shared updates as to the progress of the project.

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‘Family Fun Day’ at the OCSD

‘Family Fun Day’ at the OCSD Parents and children visit with Camden Fire Department firefighters and explore the different parts of a fire truck during Family Fun Day held at the Ouachita County Sheriff's Department over the weekend. Participants were also able to try on some of the different equipment that the firefighters wear.

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OCCCA opens 2017-18 season Tuesday

The Ouachita County Community Concert Association and Live on Stage, Inc. will host the first concert of the 2017-2018 season with Jason Petty's "Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at the auditorium at the Camden Fairview High School at 1750 Cash Road.

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