News Photos - Oct 20-27 2013
Date: 10/21/2013 Album ID: 1721083
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News and Features photos shot by Times Record photographers Oct 20-27, 2013
Jamie Mitchell • Times RecordThe Moore family makes their way down Van Buren’s historic Main Street on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, for the Van Buren Old Town Merchants Association’s Trick or Treat. The event featured a costume contest, kiddie train rides, pony rides, face painting and lots of candy.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times RecordEvan Law, playing the role of the Genie in the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith Academy of the Arts production of Disney’s Aladdin Kids, joins the cast in singing “Friend Like Me” on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at UAFS Second Street.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times RecordUniversity of Arkansas at Fort Smith Academy of the Arts company members gather around Jasmine, played by Lenah Wheatley, and Aladdin, played by Brenden Chick, as they fly on Aladdin’s magic carpet Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, during the Academy’s performance of Disney’s Aladdin Kids at UAFS Second Street.
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Sampling The Takecreated on Saturday 10/26/2013 at 8:24:30 pm by Steve Petersondelete elementstop editingWebHead 10 charactersfor files...Unpublished notes (Ctrl+N)	Insert an em-dasheditCutline 1forNews-Stand-Alone-Christ-the-King-1001-jhm.jpgJamie Mitchell • Times RecordAva Crook, from left, Anelise Schwarz, A’scence Farmer and Riley Vann taste-test some of their Halloween treats Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, during the Christ the King Tents, Trunks and Treats at the school. The event, sponsored by the Parent Teacher Organzation, included a cosutme contest, chili cook-off, pumpkin carving contest and prizes. Ava is the daughter of Angie and Jason Crook, Anelise is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Julio Schwarz and Geri Schwarz, A’scence is the daughter of Tina and Leroy Farmer, and Riley is the daughter of Stacy and Piper Vann.
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Pink Polka-Dotted Pumpkin Perfectioncreated on Saturday 10/26/2013 at 5:13:32 pm by Steve Petersonmodified on Saturday 10/26/2013 at 7:41:14 pm by Steve Petersondelete elementstop editingWebHead 10 charactersfor files...Unpublished notes (Ctrl+N)	Insert an em-dasheditCutline 1forNews-Stand-Alone-BrickCity-Halloween-1001-jhm.jpgJamie Mitchell • Times RecordBetsy Barr adds white polka dots to her pink pumpkin Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at the Optimist Club of Fort Smith pumpkin painting patch in the BrickCity Emporium on South 74th Street. Proceeds from the pumpkin painting benefit the Fort Smith Boys & Girls Clubs, and the event was part of the second annual Kids Costume Contest and Halloween Party sponsered by BrickCity Emporium. Betsy is the 4-year-old daughter of Megan and Brian Barr of Fort Smith.
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Rachel Rodemann • Times Record / Janie Glover with the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce, right, and Leisa Gramlich with the Fort Smith Museum of History discuss ways to preserve, protect and display photos and documents ahead of the Chamber's 125th anniversary celebration, Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, at the Chamber offices in downtown Fort Smith.
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Rachel Rodemann • Times Record / Janie Glover with the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce, right, and Leisa Gramlich with the Fort Smith Museum of History discuss ways to preserve, protect and display photos and documents ahead of the Chamber's 125th anniversary celebration, Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013, at the Chamber offices in downtown Fort Smith.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times RecordDressed as a package of Wonka Nerds candy, Emily Maxwell, left, and Keylee Bates make their way around the Euper Lane Elementary School’s “Trunk-or-Treat” event Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, in the school’s parking lot. The event featured a line of cars with their trunks raised and decorated for Halloween with parents handing out candy, as well as games, prizes and food. Emily is the daughter of Cheryl and Jeremy Maxwell, and Keylee is the daughter of Brandy and Ricky Kilgore, all of Fort Smith.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Meagan Matlock plays a game of peek-a-boo with her daughter, Haven, 2, Sunday October 27, 2013, at the childrens playground at Ben Geren Park.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Alayna Eddleman, 7, tries her hand at the monkey bars, Sunday, October 27, 2013, at the childrens area in Ben Geren Park. Alayna was enjoying a day in the park with her mother, Diane Eddleman.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Haven Matlock, 2, looks for her mother, Meagan Matlock, Sunday, October 27, 2013, while playing at the Ben Geren children's play area.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Caitlin Bradley, right, shares a glimpse of the history of the Clayton House, Sunday, October 27, 2013, with Thurman Jordan during the 173rd birthday celebration of W. H. H. Clayton. Caitlin, a Southside High School junior, is the daughter of Lisa Evans and is a volunteer in the Clayton House Docent Program. Docent volunteers lead tours of the restored Victorian home and attend classes in tour narrative and museum collections. For more information on the Docent Program visit www.claytonhouse.org.
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Jamie Mitchell • Times Record - Lily Mae Cronkhite, 6, and her brother Jackson, 3, enjoy a piece of cake, Sunday, October 27, 2013, at the 173rd birthday celebration of W. H. H Clayton at the Clayton House. The event included guided tours of the restored Victorian home, punch and cake and the monthly Clayton Conversations. Lily Mae and Jackson are the children of Jackie and Ben Cronkhite of Fort Smith.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Peter Van Lanckes plays the part of moderator, Thursday, October 24, 2013, for the second annual Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy Adult Spelling Bee at the Van Buren Library. The benefit spelling competition featured 11 three-person teams from Crawford County competing for trophies, team member medals and community pride awards.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Citizens Bank employee Ellyn Marsh takes a few moments to brush up on her spelling, Thursday, October 24, 2013, before the second annual Adult Spelling Bee at the Van Buren Library benefiting the Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy. Eleven three-member teams from Crawford County competed for trophies, team member medals and a community award during the benefit.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Morton Dentistry team member, Sonja Davis, takes time before the spelling competition to have her picture made with her children, Marri and Mason Prock, Thursday, October 24, 2013, at the Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy second annual Adult Spelling Bee at the Van Buren Library. Eleven three-member teams from Crawford County competed for trophies, team member medals and a community award during the benefit that featured door prizes, refreshments and awards.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Morton Dentistry team members, Sonja Davis, from left, Kerry Morton and Casey Jo Moore, check their spelling, Thursday, October 24, 2013, during the second round of the Crawford County Volunteers for Literacy second annual Adult Spelling Bee at the Van Buren Library. Eleven three-member teams from Crawford County competed for trophies, team member medals and a community award during the benefit.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • TIMES RECORD / Northside High School sophomore Dominick Dobbins checks the computer for commitments during Celebrate My Drive as other students drive a golf cart wearing goggles that impair vision on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013. The event and student sign-up to drive safely are part of National Teen Driver Safety Week. Area schools are competing with schools across the country to see what school receives the most commitments. Ten $100,000 grants will be awarded along with other prizes. To vote for your favorite school go to celebratemydrive.com.
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