The Arkadelphia Regional Economic Development Alliance and Area Chamber of Commerce released the newest edition of relocation guide Arkadelphia Life. The 2022 edition focuses on new neighbors, familiar faces and a strong community.
“When brainstorming began for this year’s Arkadelphia Life magazine, I was two weeks into my new role. I felt like a newbie even though I have been in or around Arkadelphia for over a decade,” says Nikki Chandler, president of the Arkadelphia Chamber of Commerce. “I wanted to bring some familiarity to our community by bringing our people to these pages. I loved the past issues with houses and neighborhoods on the cover but did not feel that would fit this year. People really want to connect with people right now.”
This year’s edition features stories from community members and local guides for real estate, shopping, city services, colleges, parks and recreation and dining.
“Throughout the magazine you will see many articles written by our good neighbors about the many valuable assets our community has. Some of the assets are obvious like parks, shops and places to eat, but the most valuable assets are our people,” Chandler says.
The magazine is free to the public and can be picked up at the Arkadelphia Alliance and Chamber of Commerce and the Diamond Lakes Regional Visitor Center. An online version can be viewed at https://www.nxtbook.com/allen/arkl/22-1/index.php.
Since 1921, the Arkadelphia Alliance and Chamber of Commerce has worked to foster economic growth and development in the area to ensure that business, industry and education may operate profitably, and to enhance learning opportunities and quality of life for every citizen. To learn more about these efforts, visit www.arkadelphiaalliance.com.