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Cabot Lions Club to host Pancake Breakfast

Cabot Lions Club to host Pancake Breakfast

CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) - On Saturday, October 10, the Cabot Lions Club invites you to join them at Cabotfest for some pancakes. 

The organization is hosting their annual Pancake Breakfast from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Cabot First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall

You can purchase a ticket from any Cabot Lions Club member or the day of at the entrance of the church. Adults are $5 each and kids ages 10 and under are $2 each. Carry-Out/To-Go Orders will be available.

Proceeds raised from the event will go directly towards the purchasing of eyeglasses for local school children and in-need adults, assisting local applicants with vital glaucoma and cataract surgeries, providing vision-screenings at local daycares, pre-schools, churches, health fairs and the Lonoke County Christian Clinic, as well as supporting the Cabot Lions Scholarship Fund. 

The Cabot Lions Club ask that you bring any unwanted eyeglasses to the breakfast so they can recycle them.

ASMSA Science and Arts Café lecture series set

ASMSA Science and Arts Café lecture series set

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts 2015-16 Science and Arts Café lecture series will feature Henderson State University professor Dr. Travis Langley and several ASMSA faculty members.

The first lecture on Thursday, Oct. 8, features ASMSA French instructor Bryan Adams, who will present “French Crash Course Using the AIM Method.” AIM stands for Accelerative Integrated Methodology, which uses gestures, music, dance and theater to help students learn a new language. Adams’ lecture will help attendees learn some French using AIM during the session.

Man caught on camera breaking into home, cars

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Multiple burglaries on the same street in North Little Rock have left neighbors on edge as they wait for police to catch the person responsible.

Victims of the burglaries said they are worried because of how unusual this is for their neighborhood. One homeowner did manage to catch the burglar in the act.

"The guy comes in the back of their house, rummages through everything, and then walks out close to their bedroom and goes out the front door. Now how frightening is that," said JD Ashley as he described what he saw in the surveillance video.

"Got a real good picture of the suspect."

North Little Rock police reports indicate several homes along North Hills Blvd. had been broken into. Ashley was one of the victims. "If I hadn't had my garage door locked, the guy would have walked right in on me and my wife," said Ashley.

Sylvan Hills softball to host Fish Fry

Sylvan Hills softball to host Fish Fry

SHERWOOD, Ark. (KTHV) - They Sylvan Hills lady bears are hosting an all you can eat Fish Fry in Sherwood on October 9. 

From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. October 9, there will be a spread of fried fish, chicken strips, drinks and cookies set out at the Sylvan Hills High School Cafeteria located at 484 Bear Paw Road in Sherwood. 

Tickets for adults are $15 and for children $10. Under the age 5 can eat free. To-go plates will be available. 

Catering of the food is being done by King Kat out of Carlisle, Ark. 

Jacksonville PD participating in Crime Free Housing program

JACKSONVILLE, Ark. - The Jacksonville Police Department is participating in the Crime Free Multi Housing and Crime Free Rental Property program, with the goal of keeping crime out of neighborhoods. 

Officials are encouraging property owners, managers and landlords in the community to participate in the opportunity to improve the town they live in. 

The Crime Free Multi Housing program was developed in 1992 in Mesa, Ariz. The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program has spread to nearly 2,000 cities in 44 U.S. states, five Canadian Provinces, Mexico, England, Finland, Japan, Russia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Puerto Rico. The Crime Free Multi Housing program was designed to reduce crime, drugs and gangs on apartment properties.

School bus ads a possibility for NLRSD

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - On Wednesday, the North Little Rock School District finalized its budget for the next year, accounting for its loss in desegregation funding. 

The discussion of budgets has left its administrators searching for alternate sources of revenue, and after this year's legislative session, its superintendent thinks he's found one. They're looking to sell ads on their school buses. 

This year legislators passed HB-1495, which would give schools the option. The state is still crafting rules, but the superintendent is all for it. Studies suggest the average person sees 5,000 ads a day. 

“Well, I think it's the way we do business now in schools,” said NLRSD superintendent Kelly Rodgers. “I think advertisement on buses would be great.” 

THV Working for You: Explaining the new NLRHS crosswalk

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - A new crosswalk in North Little Rock is drawing more community concern.

THV11 first reported on the story in August when parents were worried about safety, now they're worried about how it works.

It's called the H.A.W.K. system and stands for high intensity activated crosswalk. It gives drivers and walkers 10 different signals in the matter of a minute and they're wondering if it was the right decision.

"Don't walk," said crossing guard Nadine Jennings to students at the crosswalk on Main Street. "Alright come on let's go," she continued signaling across the road.

People like Nadine are the first people our kids encounter each day. Giving safety when they arrive at school and tone when they leave.

Jennings has been doing it for 17 years, but now she's got an extra buddy in the H.A.W.K. system helping her and her kids along.