BJTS 10-13-22

1)Will Hornburg, Director of Sales & Promotions at the Arkansas State to talk about the 2022 Arkansas State fair the rides the foods the concerts. To find out more call 501-372-8341 or visit Arkansas statefair.com.


2)Tameka Lee Communications Director with the Central Arkansas Library Systems to talk about the six Bridges book festival October 20 through the 30th. Named for the six bridges that connect the downtowns in Little Rock and North Little Rock, the Festival bridges communities and brings people together. The 11-day event celebrates reading, literacy, stories, and wordsmithing. For information contact Brad Mooy at bmooy@cals.org or call (501) 918-3098.


3)Pastor Ronald Wilkerson with the Bridge 2 Success Youth Initiative Project targeting at-risk youth ages 13-19 years old, from the Southwest community. Students in the program must live within the Southwest Little Rock community, adhere to the attendance policy (attend 3 of the 4 program days weekly), and have a recommendation from either the parent or school for enrollment. For more information call 501-565-0100 or visit them on Facebook.


4)Jamesia Givan, Board member for the Dunbar Neighborhood Association to talk about the fifth annual Biscuits in the Garden Brunch this Sunday from 11 until 2pm at the Dunbar Gardens 1720 S Chester, Little Rock, featuring LR amateur biscuits and gravy and crown a winner by the end of the event. You can also enjoy eggs, bacon, fruit, pastries, beer and of course mimosas. For more information call 501-244-9200.


5)Chief Delphone D. Hubbard this week is Fire Safety Week This year’s FPW campaign, “Fire won’t wait. Plan your escape, works to educate everyone about simple but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe from home fires.
Today’s homes burn faster than ever. You may have as little as two minutes (or even less time) to safely escape a home fire from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Your ability to get out of a home during a fire depends on early warning from smoke alarms and advance planning. For more information call 501-981-3110.

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BJTS 2-2-23

BJTS 2-2-23

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BJTS 1-26-23

BJTS 1-26-23

1) Alex Smith, Director of communications, education, and engagement with PATH. Partners Against Trafficking Humans. January is National Human, Trafficking Awareness Month. The primary focus at PATH is to provide Christ-centered therapy and treatment for survivors of sex trafficking and sexual abuse. Whether the need is for a safe place to stay, parenting classes or…

BJTS 1-19-23

BJTS 1-19-23

1)Stephen Young, coordinator with Community Schools. Developed in partnership between the City of Little Rock and the Little Rock School District, show Little Rock’s commitment to ensuring equitable support for most vulnerable students and neighborhoods. Mabelvale middle and elementary along Chicot, Stephens, Washington, and Watson elementary school are community schools that need volunteers. If you…

BJTS 1-12-23

BJTS 1-12-23

1)DuShun Scarbrough, Executive Director of the MLK Commission with a day of Impact Celebrating 30 years of the MLK Commission. Rock Region Metro will provide Free Bus Rides All day to honor the holiday. The BJMS Broadcasting Live from the MLK Bldg. 9th & Broadway downtown LR with City leaders speaking on the importance of…

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