Monday, October 29, 2012

Arkansas/Ft. Smith Senior Women's 4.0 Team is Finalist at USTA League National Championships

The 2012 USTA League 4.0 Senior Women's National Championships took place this weekend in Indian Wells, California. The Arkansas Team from Ft. Smith representing the Southern Section took 2nd Place at the event. The Ft. Smith team captained by Anita Woodard lost 2-1 to a Southern California team from Mission Hills in the finals.The scoring went as follows:

#1 Dbls-Nancy Portolesi/Lisa McIntosh(So.Cal) defeated Teresa Goodnoh/Kim Delatin(Ark) 7-6,6-4
#2 Dbls-Shelly Hollis/Dawn Stovall(Ark) defeated Lori Romania/Carolyn Roberts(So.Cal) 6-3,6-7,1-0
#3 Dbls-Manuela Andrews/Muysuko Komuro(So.Cal) defeated Kim Wofford/Janice Taylor(Ark) 6-0,6-3

In order to reach the finals, this Arkansas Team defeated a very good team from the Middle States Section captained by Carol Vukelich in the semifinals 2-1 with Goodnah/Delatin and Hollis/Stovall winning at #2 & #3 Doubles.

Congratulations to another great Arkansas team that had to win a very difficult Southern Sectional Championship event in order to advance to Nationals!!!

Team members include Anita J. Woodard, Kim E. Delatin, Dawn W. Stovall, Janice K. Taylor, Meg Canfield, Trudy E. Hindley, Teresa R. Goodnoh, Loretta J. Wilson, Kim Wohlford, Shelly Hollis, and Mary E. Kennemer.

Friday, October 5, 2012

At Faulkner County Tea Party Meeting, Mark Vaught Proposed New Admin Bldg, Laughed At For Lack of Funding

Mark Vaught, Conway City Alderman, proposed the building of combined administrative offices for the city and county at a tea party meeting. With the city budget already overstressed by excessive funding of numerous projects, the crowd laughed at this "Jackass of a Proposal" by expressing doubt that the city could afford such a project.
To the right is a copy of the transcript of the meeting by Log Cabin Democrat ( Reporter, Becky Harris. Presently. the city budget has not been able to provide pay raises for its hard-working employees including firemen and policemen, much less a new administration building..... Mark Vaught is now seeking a Faulkner County position this election season. The Faulkner County offices have always acted responsibly and efficiently and don't need Vaught mismanaging county budgets too!!!.......Political Ad Paid For By: Citizens For Responsible Gov't