Home, AR, and after living and working across the U.S. with her husband, Peter, in the motion-picture business, has returned to retire on Lake Norfork. She enjoys volunteer work with horses and the performing arts.
By Christy Case Keirn I think a passion for reading was written in my DNA. My memories of childhood always include books: Amelia Bedelia, The Wind in the Willows, and Alice in Wonderland. Every Christmas I crawled into my granddaddy’s lap to read Why the Chimes Rang and we cried together when the long-silent bells Read More
Cindy Young is employed with Sanderson Farms, Inc. in Laurel, MS, where she works in the Organization Development Department. Previously, she owned and operated The Red Raven Inn Bed and Breakfast in Yellville, AR, following a 25-year career in Human Resources. Traveling internationally as Vice President of Human Resources and Global Social Compliance for Capital Read More
By Cindy Young Whoever said change is hard really knew how to turn a phrase, didn’t she? Change is hard and I’ve recently come to the realization that it doesn’t get easier with age. If anything, it just…gets…harder. Frankly, at this stage of my life, I had expected to be at a point where I Read More
Caroline Carroll is a retired executive from BlueCross & BlueShield of Mississippi. She and her husband, Jim, live across the White River from Norfork with their three Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Toostie Rose, Baby Bruno, and Dixie Belle. Her hobbies are gardening, entertaining, and volunteering in several community organizations.
Roz Blagg is the Associate Vice-Chancellor for Enrollment/Registrar at Arkansas State University – Mountain Home. She serves on the Board of Directors for Baxter Regional Medical Center. She and husband Jimmy have two sons, Brody and Ross, who have provided love, joy, and entertainment for more than 32 years. They also have two precious grandsons, Read More
By Roz Blagg Wouldn’t it be great if we were born with the compulsion, good sense, and courage to heed wise advice before learning by our own mistakes? When I was in the third grade my family moved, which forced me to attend a new school. I had curly hair that was hard to tame. Read More
Marvelous! welcomes Dr. Robin and Tracy Myers to the Twin Lakes Area. Dr. Myers is the new chancellor at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home. We asked each of them to choose three words that describe them, and to answer five questions. Here are their answers. Dr. Robin Myers: dedicated, compassionate, sincere What I love about education Read More