Rachael Potter shares her story of having a baby during the COVID-19 pandemic. … On February 26th, 2020, my husband and I went to dinner at Zapata’s with several friends after an Ash Wednesday service. One of those friends, who works in the medical industry, told me to stock up on food and diapers because the country was headed towards a shutdown from the new COVID-19 virus we kept hearing about on the news. I thought, “No way!
National Black Business Month Spotlight … Monica Kelley … Snazzy Chics Boutique … Coldwell Banker Elite … Why did you go into business for yourself? … My daddy started his business when he left home at 12 years old. He was self-employed until he passed two years ago. I am a daddy’s girl. I have always wanted to be a full-time entrepreneur like my daddy. I knew exactly what I wanted to do, but timing is everything.
National Black Business Month Spotlight … Charkeitha Washington … The Cookie Lady … Give us a brief description of your business and your company’s mission. … To be fully honest, my business is a reflection of who I am as a loving, God fearing woman. Baking has always been my pastime, and to share it with the world is my goal. The mission of my company is simply to put some love and sweetness back into the community and encourage our youth to be young entrepreneurs.
The Texarkana Children’s Advocacy Center and CASA Raise Awareness For Child Abuse with Inaugural Save Jane Event … Area To Read Names Representing Over 1,200 Children Abused Last Year … Virtual Event/Facebook Live • August 13, 2020 • 10:00 a.m. … Local volunteers and community members will join the Texarkana Children’s Advocacy Center and CASA for Children in taking a stand against child abuse through a live video on their Facebook pages with the first-ever Save Jane event. … I am Jane Doe.
Everyone will tell you that wedding planning is stressful, but wedding planning during a global pandemic takes stress to a whole new level. … When Jackson and I got engaged in October, we were excited to plan our dream wedding in Texarkana. We were both living in Stillwater, Oklahoma, since he was working at Oklahoma State University. I speak and consult nationally, so my work is remote and requires much travel. Life was good; we were engaged and looking forward to getting married in six months! … As both of us are from Texarkana, and because I grew up going to St.
National Black Business Month Spotlight … Sharmonique Johnson … Eden's Professional Cleaning … Give a brief description of your business. … Building and reconstruction projects are dirty work. When the construction is done, well... there’s a lot of dust and dirt and mess.
The Texarkana Chamber of Commerce with studio owner Jessica McCarty marked the official grand opening of Prodigy Yoga Studio and Boutique on July 31 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at its 3423 New Boston Road location. Prodigy may not be the only yoga studio in Texarkana, but it endeavors to be a different kind of yoga studio for a different kind of yoga practice. McCarty is a 200-hour Registered YogaFaith Trainer with the Christian Yoga Association. She teaches Christ-centered yoga, which promotes, physical, mental and spiritual health, rooted and grounded in Jesus Christ.
Texarkana, AR vs Texarkana, TX … Battle of the Border … Friendly Census Challenge … TEXARKANA, USA • July 30, 2020 … On Tuesday, July 28, Texarkana Mayor, Bob Bruggeman and Texarkana, Arkansas Mayor, Allen Brown met at the state line in front of the Federal courthouse to announce a friendly challenge to see which part of the twin city will get the higher percentage of participation in the 2020 Census over the next month. … Both Mayors will have a team that consists of members from the joint census committee.
Morgan Smith shares Texarkana Gameday's football season broadcasting plans with Texarkana Monthly. … Before I can paint a picture to give you a visual of what Texarkana Gameday will be this season, it’s important to first look at how we began. Texarkana Gameday had a quick start, and it took us almost an entire season to figure out the direction we wanted to take it. We had little broadcast experience which created challenges, but we also had an idea that we knew would be great for the community and an exciting accomplishment.
Bailey Gravitt shares his sports perspective with Texarkana Monthly. … While many seemed up in arms over Major League Baseball getting postponed earlier this year, there was an even more heart wrenching, more devastating tragedy occurring right under our nose. Everyone but my friend Kam and I seemed to overlook: the Justin Bieber Changes Tour was canceled! For the first time since “The Biebs” blasted onto the scene in 2010, I was finally getting my chance to see my favorite artist in person.