Council lauds community leaders

Collectors showcase treasures

Posted: January 21, 2018 at 1 a.m.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/CARIN SCHOPPMEYER Henry Smith (from left), Angela Mosley-Monts, Dawn James, Javannah Hinton and Todd Jenkins gather at the 22nd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recommitment Banquet on Monday evening at the Fayetteville Town Center.

Shiloh Museum of Ozark History welcomed guests Jan. 13 for the 10th annual Cabin Fever Reliever open house and collectors' showcase. Victorian knife rests, tobacco collectibles, Mexican feather craft, toy horses, Hardanger embroidery, Scandinavian and Asian collectibles and toy trucks were among the treasures displayed by dozens of collectors at the museum in Springdale.

Cabin Fever Reliever

Who: Shiloh Museum of Ozark History

What: Collectors showcased their treasures.

When: Jan. 13

Where: The museum in Springdale

Information: (479) 750-8165 or

Recommitment Banquet

Who: Northwest Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Council

What: The council honored community leaders and awarded scholarships.

When: Monday Jan. 15

Where: Fayetteville Town Center


Awards luncheon

Who: United Way of Northwest Arkansas

What: The group recognized the organizations and individuals who helped them raise some $1.67 million.

When: Wed. Jan.17

Where: The Jones Center in Springdale

Information: (479) 750-1221 or

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