I also have to smile as I think back to the 60s, when I would sit on the wall at Rose Hill awaiting a foul ball to land so I could try to out-duel the other half-dozen youngsters hoping to do the same. A free coke was at stake.
The Arkadelphia Board of Directors will have a full agenda during its regular meeting Tuesday.
The City of Arkadelphia’s Parks and Recreation department is creating more fitness opportunities for area residents.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will be stocking the pond with 250 catfish. Fishing poles and bait will not be provided.
Having become “a victim of its own success,” the Arkadelphia Parks and Recreation Department will be adding a position to assist in management of programs and the youth involved.
Archery is one of several new youth programs Arkadelphia Parks and Recreation has added in the past six months. Parks and Recreation Director Junior Rodemeyer says this is all part of his department’s commitment to offer diverse programming options.
Designed for children ages 5-12, parents will be able to drop their children off at the Recreation Center for a night of Valentine’s Day crafts, board games, basketball and more!