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Conway Kings First Annual Purple and White Game

Conway Kings First Annual Purple and White Game

The Conway Kings Basketball Organization will host its first Friends and Family Day on Saturday, April 20, 2013. We have operated a successful self development program in Conway and would like for you and your family to come out and experience it with us! Below are a few highlights of the event. KIDS GET IN FREE!!!!
Highlights

* Jeremy Evans (Arkansas Native Utah Jazz Slam Dunk Champ)
* Scrimmage game showcasing our 4/5th Grade Girls
* Scrimmage game showcasing our 4/11th Grade Boys
* Scrimmage game Dad's vs. Coaches
* Cherry Berry Soft Served Yogurt
* FOOD, FUN, FAMILY, & FRIENDS!

Also, please visit www.conwaykings.org
 

UCA sweeps Southland Baseball Players of the Week Awards again

UCA sweeps Southland Baseball Players of the Week Awards again

From UCA:

FRISCO, Texas - Central Arkansas catcher Michael Marietta was named Southland Conference Hitter of the week while teammate, right-handed pitcher Bryce Biggerstaff, earned Pitcher of the week honors, the league office announced Tuesday. It marks the second time this season the Bears swept the weekly awards for baseball

Russellville U9 Team Undefeated in Conway Last Weekend

Russellville U9 Team Undefeated in Conway Last Weekend

The Russellville Storm went to Conway last weekend to compete in a tournament, and they remained undefeated the entire time! 

'Women Can Run' clinic begins March 4

'Women Can Run' clinic begins March 4

CONWAY, Ark. – The 16th Annual ‘Women Can Run’ running and walking clinics kick off March 4, 6:30 p.m. at the Four Winds Outreach Center located at 2005 Dave Ward Dr. in Conway, Ark.  The first meeting is an orientation and all following meetings will be held every Monday and Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at the UCA track, located at the corner of Dave Ward Dr. and S. Donaghey Ave.

“‘Women Can Run’ clinics not only help women meet their fitness goals, but can also results in friendships and exercise buddies long after the clinics end,” said Cathy Potter, Co-Director for the Conway clinic.  “Group exercise and having a goal at the end is a fun and motivating way to meet other women with the same fitness ideas.”

UCA to Host Amigo Cup Soccer Challenge Sept. 30

UCA to Host Amigo Cup Soccer Challenge Sept. 30

CONWAY -- The third annual UCA Amigo Cup Soccer Challenge is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 30 on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas.

The event will begin at 9 a.m. at the Bill Stephens Track and Soccer Complex located at the corner of Donaghey Avenue and Dave Ward Drive. There will be campus tours, Mexican food vendors and Latino music during the event. The tournament is free and open to the public.

The Amigo Cup provides a festive statewide event for Latinos and showcases the city of Conway and UCA campus in an effort to recruit Latino students to the university. The Latino/Hispanic population is the fastest growing population in the state. The Arkansas Hispanic/Latino population grew 114 percent from 2000 to 2010, representing 6.4 percent of the Arkansas population, according to U.S. Census.

Take a child outside

Take a child outside

Petit Jean State Park invites you  to take part in connecting children to the natural world as part of a nationwide effort geared to getting young people off the couch, unplugged from technology, and enjoying the outdoors in their local community.

 

Take a Child Outside” week is a program which urges all citizens to participate in outdoor activities from September 24-30, 2012.  Take A Child Outside week is designed to help break down obstacles that keep children from discovering the natural world, and to arm parents, teachers and other caregivers with resources and recreational activities for exploring local habitats.  

 

UCA to Host Amigo Cup Soccer Challenge

UCA to Host Amigo Cup Soccer Challenge

CONWAY -- The third annual UCA Amigo Cup Soccer Challenge is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 30 on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas.

The event will take place at the Bill Stephens Track and Soccer Complex located at the corner of Donaghey Avenue and Dave Ward Drive. There will be campus tours, Mexican food vendors and Latino music during the event. The tournament is free and open to the public.

The Amigo Cup provides a festive statewide event for Latinos and showcases the city of Conway and UCA campus in an effort to recruit Latino students to the university. The Latino/Hispanic population is the fastest growing population in the state. The Arkansas Hispanic/Latino population grew 114 percent from 2000 to 2010, representing 6.4 percent of the Arkansas population, according to U.S. Census.