News Photos - May 04 - 10, 2014
Date: 5/4/2014 Album ID: 1796682
Photos by Times Record
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News and Features photos shot by Times Record photographers May 4-10, 2014
Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Aryana Schrier isn't  sure about sharing some love with Waddles, the duck, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Second Annual River Valley STEPS Duck Derby's in Creekmore Park. The goal of the event was to raise funds that will support the STEPS' supervised visitation program's initiative to strengthen area families through safety, training, education, prevention and solutions by offering families the resources needed to raise children in a non-violent, healthy, and positive environment. STEPS provides free visitation services to more than 400 children in foster care each month. The event included a Rubber Ducky Derby with more than 1,000 adopted rubber ducks racing for prizes, free food, games, and Duck-orating contest. Aryana is the 3-year-old daughter of Donica Schrier.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Sam Marriott and hes daughter, Berkley, look for their choice of best duck-orated, entry, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Second Annual River Valley STEPS Duck Derby's in Creekmore Park. The goal of the event was to raise funds that will support the STEPS' supervised visitation program's initiative to strengthen area families through safety, training, education, prevention and solutions by offering families the resources needed to raise children in a non-violent, healthy, and positive environment. STEPS provides free visitation services to more than 400 children in foster care each month. The event included a Rubber Ducky Derby with more than 1,000 adopted rubber ducks racing for prizes, free food, games, and Duck-orating contest.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Frank Aaron Roe uses a cotton diaper to polish the chrome engine of the 1956 Chevrolet Bel Aire entered in the Second Annual Bonanza Car Show, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Bonanza City Park. More than 50 cars and trucks were entered to win one of the top three spots and the trophy for Best of Show.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Riders line up to board the trolley for a free ride, Saturday, May 10, 2014, as part of the National Train Day celebration. Visitors to the Fort Smith Trolley Museum were treated to fresh lemonade and cookies with their tour of the musuem as the Lawbreakers and Peacemakers re-enactors greeted visitors with an old-fashioned gun fight at the shanty town along the trolley route.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Elizabeth Carter holds her hair back so she can have her face painted with flowers, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Second Annual River Valley STEPS Duck Derby's in Creekmore Park. The goal of the event was to raise funds that will support the STEPS' supervised visitation program's initiative to strengthen area families through safety, training, education, prevention and solutions by offering families the resources needed to raise children in a non-violent, healthy, and positive environment. STEPS provides free visitation services to more than 400 children in foster care each month. The event included a Rubber Ducky Derby with more than 1,000 adopted rubber ducks racing for prizes, free food, games, and Duck-orating contest. Elizabeth is the 6-year-old daughter of Candace and Christopher Carter.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Emilee Bryant, 2, uses both hands to color her work of art, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Second Annual River Valley STEPS Duck Derby's in Creekmore Park. The goal of the event was to raise funds that will support the STEPS' supervised visitation program's initiative to strengthen area families through safety, training, education, prevention and solutions by offering families the resources needed to raise children in a non-violent, healthy, and positive environment. STEPS provides free visitation services to more than 400 children in foster care each month. The event included a Rubber Ducky Derby with more than 1,000 adopted rubber ducks racing for prizes, free food, games, and Duck-orating contest. Emilee is the daughter of Rebecca and Zach Bryant of Roland.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Alexa Hoopengarner looks to ring a ducks neck, Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Second Annual River Valley STEPS Duck Derby's in Creekmore Park. The goal of the event was to raise funds that will support the STEPS' supervised visitation program's initiative to strengthen area families through safety, training, education, prevention and solutions by offering families the resources needed to raise children in a non-violent, healthy, and positive environment. STEPS provides free visitation services to more than 400 children in foster care each month. The event included a Rubber Ducky Derby with more than 1,000 adopted rubber ducks racing for prizes, free food, games, and Duck-orating contest. Alexa is the 7-year-old daughter of Stephanie Hoopengarner of Hackett.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Julia Ngwira sings of the trouble to come from the pirates, Friday, May 09, 2014, during a musical preview of the UA Fort Smith Academy of the Arts Academy Playerz production of Pirates of Penzance Jr. at the Main library. by the UA Fort Smith Academy of the Arts Academy Playerz of Pirates of Penzance Jr., Friday, May 09, 2014, of the at the Main Library. On-stage performances are 7 p.m. May 16, 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. May 17, 2 p.m. May 18 at Breedlove Auditorium at UAFS, 5210 Grand Ave. Tickets: UAFS Box Office at 479-788-7300 or visit www.uafs.universitytickets.com.
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Jamie Mitchell  Times Record - Grant Honecutt, center, playing the part of the Major General, is consoled by three of his daughters, played by Izabelle Simoman, from left, Alyvia Wooder, and Leslie Gonzalez, during a special musical preview by the UA Fort Smith Academy of the Arts Academy Playerz of Pirates of Penzance Jr., Friday, May 09, 2014, of the at the Main Library. On-stage performances are 7 p.m. May 16, 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. May 17, 2 p.m. May 18 at Breedlove Auditorium at UAFS, 5210 Grand Ave. Tickets: UAFS Box Office at 479-788-7300 or visit www.uafs.universitytickets.com.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Eva Jarnagin, 5, from right, of Pocola acts out the lyrics to a song with sister, Lily, 9, and friend Cadence Jones, 9, of Pocola, during the Kindersongs concert on Friday, May 9, 2014. The concert was part of the   Kids Safety Fair hosted by U.S. Marshals Museum's and Arvest Bank, held at Ross Pendergraft Park. Children had photographs made along with palm and fingerprints recorded, to aid law enforcement in the event a child goes missing.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Eva Jarnagin, 5, of Pocola is assisted by her mother, April Jarnagin, as she has her palmprint recorded  on Friday, May 9, 2014. Eva and her mother were attending the  U.S. Marshals Museum's Kids Safety Fair held at Ross Pendergraft Park. Children had photographs made along with having palm and fingerprints recorded, to aid law enforcement in the event a child goes missing.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Camila Leyton, 4, of Fort Smith smiles for Deputy Sean Wallace with the Sebastian County Sheriff's Department, as he adds her image to the DNA Lifeprint system on Friday, May 9, 2014. Camila was attending, with her mother Tatiana Leeson, the U.S. Marshals Museum's Kids Safety Fair held at Ross Pendergraft Park. Children had photographs made along with palm and fingerprints recorded, to aid law enforcement in the event a child goes missing. Several area businesses and organizations participated in the 7th annual event.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Eva Jarnagin, 5, from right, of Pocola acts out the lyrics to a song with sister, Lily, 9, and friend Cadence Jones, 9, of Pocola, during the Kindersongs concert on Friday, May 9, 2014. The concert was part of the   Kids Safety Fair hosted by U.S. Marshals Museum's and Arvest Bank, held at Ross Pendergraft Park. Children had photographs made along with palm and fingerprints recorded, to aid law enforcement in the event a child goes missing.
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BRIAN D. SANDERFORD  TIMES RECORD Aubryanna Valencia, 2, walks through the pavilion at Ross Pendergraft Park carrying a gift from the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House on Friday, May 9, 2014. Aubryanna and her mother, Candace, were attending the U.S. Marshals Museum's Kids Safety Fair held at Ross Pendergraft Park. Children had photographs made along with palm and fingerprints recorded, to aid law enforcement in the event a child goes missing. Several area businesses and organizations participated in the 7th annual event.
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