The NWA Genealogical Society will meet on November 22

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Hill N Dale Hiking Club will hike Nov 22 on the Learners Permit Trail, Junk Drawer, Fayetteville Traverse, and Basket Case Loop in Fayetteville. This is a 5.5 mile loop hike. Meet at 9 a.m. from the Centennial Trailhead, 337 Technology Way, Fayetteville.

Interested hikers can contact Bev Munstermann, trail manager, at (479) 721-2193 or [email protected]



The Northwest Arkansas Genealogical Society will meet on November 22 at 6 p.m. at the Bentonville Public Library. The program will be a round table discussion on various genealogy topics and also the future of the company.

New board members are needed. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Information: Email [email protected] or call (479) 271-6820.


The Northwest Arkansas Mutual UFO Network will meet from 9:30 am to 11:30 am on November 27 in the conference room at Fayetteville Drake Field. A review of the highlights of the 2021 cases will be presented. Section meetings are open to members, guests, and anyone with a genuine interest in the UFO phenomenon.

Information: (479)422-9586


Retired nurses from Northwest Arkansas will meet at noon on November 30 at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville in Classroom A. An optional lunch can be purchased at the Allspice Café starting at 11:15 a.m. Noon’s presentation will cover Medicare changes and how they impact Part D drug plans and also covid-19 and covid vaccines. Pharmacist Joy Turner will be the guest speaker.

Information: (479) 715-6352.

Civil war

The Bella Vista Civil War Roundtable will meet on December 2 at 7 p.m. at the Bella Vista Museum, 1885 Bella Vista Way. The program will be the story of CSS Hunley. The Confederate Submarine CSS Hunley was created to break the Union blockade of Southern Ports during the Civil War. He carried out the first successful attack and the first shipwreck in history on an enemy warship.

The program will be presented by Roundtable Chairman Dale Phillips Phillips, as part of his 41-year career with the National Park Service, was stationed in New Orleans and Charleston, SC, the places where history de Hunley begins and ends.

The meeting is free and open to the public. Donations are accepted to help with the speaker’s expenses.

The purpose of the Bella Vista CWRT is to educate and stimulate interest in the period of United States history known as the “Civil War,” in order to promote historical, educational and literary studies and activities. related to civil war, including events and circumstances related to the cause and effects of the war.

Information: (812) 899-2049 or email [email protected]


The Bella Vista Apple Computer Users Club will meet at 5:30 p.m. on December 2 at the Bella Vista Public Library.

The provisional agenda for the December meeting will include an overview of the latest iPhone iOS 15.1 operating system and a discussion of guidelines and suggestions for organizing apps on the iPhone. Please bring your iPhone and / or iPad to this meeting. Monthly meeting agendas include discussions and demonstrations of Apple software and hardware, including tips for using all Apple devices.

For further information: Gene Goodrich at (479) 899-5531 or [email protected]


The monthly Sugar Creek Astronomical Society club meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at Waterway Christian Church in Bentonville. Astronomy Fundamentals begins at 6:30 p.m., followed by the general meeting at 7:00 p.m. The Sugar Creek Astronomical Society is an amateur astronomy club based in Northwest Arkansas. It was founded in Bella Vista and currently serves amateur astronomers and families from southern Missouri to Fayetteville.

Club members are starting to prepare for the 20th anniversary party on December 11. It will include a banquet, gift exchange, speakers, presentations and 20 door prizes for 20 years. Mark your calendars and find more information about this exciting event. Former members should contact Cathy at (928) 651-0334 so that there is an entry in the SCAS historical records.

The next big star party will take place on December 4 at George Washington Carver National Monument. For more information, call Paul Anderson at (928) 651-0334.


The Christian Women’s Connection will meet at 9 a.m. on December 8 at New Life Church, 103 Riordan Road in Bella Vista. The speaker will be Veronica Anatolie on “The evolution of my identity”. The feature film will be “Creative Gift Wrapping” by Dorothy Nigro and Cheryl Braswell.

Breakfast is $ 10 and reservations and / or cancellations are essential before 5 p.m. on December 3. For reservations call Glenda at (479) 366-7562 or text Dorothy at (479) 381-6516 or email Jane at [email protected] This program is sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries.


The Northwest Arkansas Daylily Society held its annual holiday gala on November 5 at Errol and Gwen Nabb’s home in Bella Vista. The next scheduled meeting will begin at 6:15 p.m. on February 10 at the After School Event Center, 866 S. 48th St. in Springdale. An educational program usually takes place every month. The February speaker will be announced in January.

The 2021 community improvement work project at the JB & Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center in Springdale includes 19 exemplary cultivars of newly introduced daylilies already in place. Others will be added in early spring. Future development plans will be discussed in February.

Anyone interested in learning how to grow or use daylilies in the home landscape is welcome. Anyone can become a member by paying a $ 5 annual membership fee or $ 8 per household.

For further information: Dolores Stamps, Treasurer, at (479) 799-1687.

Send club news to [email protected] The deadline is Tuesday at 4 p.m. for the Sunday publication. Please include a phone number or email address for the post.

Lorena Sterrett was honored by the Northwest Arkansas Veterans Council at its monthly meeting on November 15. Sterrett repaired the flags on the Wall of Honor in honor of her husband. “If I get the flags early enough, I can fix them. I love to sew, and it’s my service to the veterans, ”she says. This service has saved hundreds of dollars over the years. The replacement of the flag is in progress at the Wall. Pictured are Ron Corn, Flag Director, Lorena Sterrett and Roger Armstrong, President. (Courtesy photo)

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