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Archives for February 2012
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Kaitlyn Lamb married Zach Love in Harrison on December 10, 2011. Engagement and wedding photographs by Michele Graves Photography. Hayley Allen married Kyle Helms in Greenwood on January 7, 2012. Photographed by Kim Singer.
Performance November 21, 2011 at The Sheid at Arkansas State University – Mountain Home.
Heather R. Nelson is the Regional President at First Federal Bank, where she manages retail and commercial operations for the North Arkansas Region. She balances a demanding career with family, writing and consulting. She loves speaking with children and adults on how to discover and pursue their individual passions, improve customer service, and develop leadership skills.
By Heather R. Nelson “Sometimes you just have to take the leap and build your wings on the way down.” — Kobi Yamada If you look around on any given day, you will see a marvelous woman. She is in the car next to you at a stoplight. She is the bus driver opening the Read More
By Kelly Householder-Giuliano “It’s better than I imagined! I just wanted it to work. And now, it’s going so well, it doesn’t even feel like work!” That’s how Karry Bass feels one year after sitting down with Marvelous! to discuss her hopes and dreams for StoneCreek Ranch in Mountain Home. Last February Karry had just Read More
Marvelous! wants your photos of charm bracelets for the April/May Show Us Your M! Charm Bracelet page. Send high-resolution photos to firstname.lastname@example.org before February 24. Be a marvelous woman!
By Deb Peterson | Photographed by Kim Singer A year ago, Molly Clark’s shiny silver Airstream, home to grey dog vintage boutique, sat alone on the corner of Trenton and College in Fayetteville. It was the realization of Molly’s dream to give new life to stylish fashions from the 40s and 50s. With the help Read More
Celia DeWoody lives in Harrison with her husband and mother-in-law in a 120-year-old haunted house named “Squirrels’ Leap.” She is on the English faculty at North Arkansas College, where she is coordinator of the Writing Center and teaches composition.