Visit Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site where nine students made history in 1957 or explore the life of a leader at the Clinton Presidential Center. . Sports enthusiasts will enjoy golf courses, river fishing and Greyhound racing and gaming. The Bears came up just one game short of a regional appearance in 2017, as they dropped the final of the Southland Conference Tournament to Sam Houston State. Save Save Save Save Growing up in Houston, Joe Healy was introduced to college baseball at a young age, and it was love at first sight. The Upper Arkansas Delta is bordered by the Mississippi River. Craighead Forest Park offers outdoor recreation and Jonesboro has dining and shopping galore.
Guest speaker Genevie Strickland will join us from the Morgan Nick Foundation, an organization that focuses on keeping children safe through intervention, education, and legislation. The area is rich in culture with artists of all types energizing the population and museums that perpetuate our storied history. The diversity of the North Central Arkansas highlands provides endless adventures. On this episode of the College Baseball Central Podcast, Joe Healy is joined by David McCollum of the Log Cabin Democrat to talk Central Arkansas baseball. This area of the state is literally and figuratively at the center of it all. Charming mountain towns dot the area and offer uncommon shopping and dining experiences.
Like most good love stories, that love has only grown throughout the years. A Foundation for Success At Central Arkansas Christian Schools, we believe a strong relationship with God goes hand-in-hand with intellectual growth. Outdoor enthusiasts can also spot waterfowl and other wildlife at the Delta Rivers Nature Center. Incredible blues music and awesome oxbow lakes are just the beginning of the Lower Delta. The Buffalo National River gets its start here in the Ozarks, offering plenty of fishing, floating and other recreational fun. Northwest Arkansas is a great time for everyone.
Rivers and wine flow through Northwest Arkansas and the Ozark Mountains rise high to greet the sun. With Mark 12:30 as our cornerstone, we challenge each of our students to push the limits of their academic, physical and social growth in order to build a firm foundation for a purpose-driven life of service to God and others. When he's not at the ballpark, he enjoys tacos, college football during the fall, and the spectacle that is American politics. It was once home to American icons Ernest Hemingway and Johnny Cash and still packs plenty of culture. . .
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