News Photos - Nov 11-17, 2013
Date: 11/11/2013 Album ID: 1730110
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News and Features photos shot by Times Record photographers Nov 11-17, 2013
Jamie Mitchell  Times Record / Members of the UAFS Student Government Association work to complete their cardboard box home, Saturday, November 16, 2013, on the campus green during the Next Step Homeless Services Cardboard Box City. Student groups, individuals and community groups joined in raising awareness of the homeless in our area by staying in the cardboard shelters from 5:30 p.m. until 7 a.m., November 17, 2013.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record / Taylor Malone and Henry Gutierrez use a box cutter to cut out windows on the UAFS Student Government Associations cardboard box home, Saturday, November 16, 2013, on the UAFS campus green during the Next Step Homeless Services Cardboard Box City campaign. Student groups, individuals and community groups joined in raising awareness of the homeless in our area by staying in the cardboard shelters from 5:30 p.m. until 7 a.m., November 17, 2013.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record / Daniel Bandemer, 14, left, and Thomas Weir, 12, play a game of Monopoly, Saturday, November 16, 2013, during the American Library Association's 6th annual International Games Day celebration at the Windsor Branch of the Fort Smith Library. Daniel and Thomas are the children of Sandra Weir and Daniel Compton of Fort Smith.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record / Dressed as nineteenth century cowboys, Jim Kirkpatrick, left, and Gil Snipes with the Lawbreakers and Peacemakers, load Thanksgiving dinners, Saturday, November 16, 2013, at the Community Services Clearinghouse. More than 400 complete Thanksgiving meals were handed out to families from the seven-county area, said Anna Schodowski, director of community relations at the clearinghouse.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record / Anastasia Michaels, 8, trys her hand at the art of calligraphy, Friday, November 15, 2013, at Cavanaugh Elementary School's annual Fall Festival. The event featured a selent auction, childrens games, arts and crafts, specialty foods and a bounce-a-round. All proceeds from the festival will benefit the Cavanaugh Park project across the street from the school. Anastasia is the daughter of Robin Johnson.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Margaret Bryant concentrates on marking all her bingo cards during one of the many games of bingo played at the sixth annual Black Tie Bingo event Saturday at the Fort Smith Public Library.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Susan Roberts only thought she had won a bingo game at Saturday’s Black Tie Bingo event at the Fort Smith Public Library. Upon checking the bingo card, she found a number was accidentally marked.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Sisters Sarah Meek Howe and Georgianna Yerton get ready to start another game of bingo at the Black Tie Bingo event Saturday at the Fort Smith Public Library.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD / Betty Scarborough, right, Sally Smith and other Pilot International Club of Fort Smith members load cases of pecans after a day of selling at 7804 Rogers Ave on Friday, Nov. 15, 2013.  Funds raised benefit The Boys Shelter, Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk, Fountain of Youth Adult Day Center, ADHD/Autism Seminar and Meals for Kids.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Larry and Polly Johnston play multiple bingo cards, trying to keep up at a fast pace, as a game begins Saturday during the Black Tie Bingo event at the Fort Smith Public Library. To raise more money, the library sold extra cards for $1 apiece. Attendees tried to increase their luck by buying the cards to win prizes.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Dr. Robert Janes and Patsy Janes get their bingo cards and daubers ready ready at the sixth annual Black Tie Bingo event at the Fort Smith Public Library on Saturday.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Beth and Darryl Presley are repeat attendees to Saturday’s Black Tie Bingo event; 186 tickets were sold to the event. The Fort Smith Public Library Endowment Trust has raised $177,000 in the last five years from the event. Many supporters enjoy the games of bingo after a five-course dinner.
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Ruby Dean • Special to the Times Record /Cathy and Max Correll are all smiles as the bingo games begin at the sixth annual Fort Smith Public Library Endowment Trust’s Black Tie Bingo at the library’s main branch on Saturday. The event included a five-course dinner catered by Ambiance Catering, music by the Don Bailey Jazz Ensemble and Sweet and Lowdown and a silent auction.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • TIMES RECORD Barling Elementary School student Jason Stevens shows the safety glasses he used for his science fair project on Thursday, Nov.14, 2013.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • TIMES RECORD Barling Elementary School student Tyler Wortham explains his How Greasy are Your Potato Chips science fair project on Thursday, Nov.14, 2013.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • TIMES RECORD Barling Elementary School student Cole Vick with his science fair project on Thursday, Nov.14, 2013.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • TIMES RECORD Barling Elementary School student Lillieanna Love with her science fair project on Thursday, Nov.14, 2013.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD • TIMES RECORD Barling Elementary School student Kaitlyn Pool with her science fair project on Thursday, Nov.14, 2013.
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