Chris and Ashley Haynes are a smashing couple -- him the silver fox with youthful features and her a dark-haired beauty with a knack for remembering people she has only met once.
Much has been made about the 50th anniversary of the Arkansas Children's Hospital Auxiliary, all culminating in the 50 Years of Championing Children Luncheon, held March 7 at the Country Club of Little Rock.
The inaugural Arkansas Food Hall of Fame induction ceremony, held Feb. 28 at Ron Robinson Theater, had all the drama and anticipation of the 2017 Academy Awards ceremony, but without any goofs.
In between the fittings and accessorizing and before the final layers of mascara hit the models' eyelashes, organizers of Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week took time March 2 to clink some glasses and celebrate the weekend of fashion shows to come.
Heart of Arkansas United Way member agencies, board members and others gathered at Trapnall Hall the evening of Feb. 28 for a chance to get to know the organization's new president and chief executive officer, Lynn Pharr. She brought some 25 years of United Way experience with her when she took the job in January.
Starry Starry Night benefit helps give kids access to specialized instruction
Guests attending the 19th annual Starry Starry Night fundraiser for Access schools dined beneath towering arrangements of greenery including boxwood and rosemary grown by students in the school's horticulture program. All the fresh foliage played well into the "secret garden" theme for the fundraiser, held Feb. 23 in the Robinson Center ballroom.
The 20th Century Club has a special place in the hearts of those who support it, and those attending the club's only annual fundraiser, the black-tie Hope Ball, broke records across the board at this year's ball, held Feb. 25 at the Statehouse Convention Center.
Legislative charity basketball game nets $30,000 for children
It was a disgrace to the sport of basketball.
After sitting and listening intently in seminars and continuing education classes all day, lawyers attending the Arkansas Bar Association's midyear meeting shared some camaraderie at a Feb. 16 reception at the Riverview Room, on the ground level of the Little Rock Marriott.
Wolfe Street Foundation volunteers Charlotte Linch and Karen Holderfield are struggling to get a giant wood cutout of an Oscar statuette out of the back of a friend's luxury SUV. The statuette's size and base make it clunky and awkward to handle, but the pair are determined.