January 24, 2019
– Guests: Pastor Phillip Pointer of St. Mark Baptist Church and Brenda Trice from CHI St. Vincent | St. Mark Baptist Church & Tendaji CDC hosts the Power To Get Wealth Job Fair, presented by CHI St. Vincent, Sunday, January 27th from 10am-2pm at St. Mark Baptist Church in the Children & Youth Center, 5722 West 12th Street in Little Rock. Trained human resources professionals will led the job fair, which will feature nearly 60 employers. Participating companies range from financial services, health care, automotive, education, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and more. Attendees can get onsite help with their resume and interviews from recruiters ready to hire on the spot. Bring your resume and be dressed for the interview. Broadway Joe will be on site broadcasting live. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 501-663-3955 or visit www.smark.org or visit Saint Mark Baptist Church on Facebook.
– Guests: Darren Hamilton of Denman, Hamilton & Associates CPA PPLC | Denman, Hamilton & Associates CPA, PPLC is a full service, accounting firm specializing in tax planning, business development, tax preparation, audit and review services. From bookkeeping to complex balance sheets, they can handle your finances with integrity and accuracy, getting you the maximum refund possible. For more information about Denman, Hamilton & Associates CPA PPLC and their accounting services or to schedule a consultation, call 501-312-9491 or visit www.littlerockcpaaccounting.com.
– Guests: Carla Coleman, Chair of the Black History Commission of Arkansas and Tatyana Oyinloye, African American History Coordinator at the Dept. of Heritage | The Black History Commission of Arkansas presents “African Americans and Sports in Arkansas,” Saturday, February 2nd from 9:45am-3pm at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, 501 West 9th Street in Little Rock. Four important speakers will discuss the history of African Americans in Arkansas sports. The speakers include Evin Demirel, an Arkansas native and author of “Arkansas’s African American Sports Heritage”; Jimmy Cunningham, Jr., Pine Bluff native and author of “African Americans of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County”; Muskie Harris, one of the first black football players for the University of Arkansas; and Dr. Wilbert Gaines, one of the first black faculty members at Arkansas State University and also, one of the state’s first black referees. The event is free and is part of celebrating Black History Month. Lunch will be provided to the first 125 people to register. Must register early for this free event. Deadline to register is Monday, January 28. Get your tickets through the Facebook page of the Black History Commission of Arkansas or www.eventbrite.com.