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Club news: Photographers hear about Diana Henry

February 14, 2021 at 1:00 a.m.
Kendall Smith and Rose Ann Pearce, representing Altrusa International of Washington County, present a donation to Kent Eikenberry, CEO of the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank, to help feed those who are food insecure in the region. Information: nwafoodbank.org, districteight.altrusa.org/washington-county. (Courtesy photo)

Democrats

The Northwest Arkansas Senior Democrats will meet at noon Feb. 16 via Zoom. The guest speaker will be Dr. Jeffrey Gruenwald from the University of Arkansas. He will be discussing the pros and cons of hate crimes legislation. There will also be a program called "RIP Medical Debt" to help pay Arkansans' major medical debt.

Information: (479) 267-1967.

Rotary

The Rotary Club of Fayetteville will meet at noon Feb. 18 via Zoom. The program will be given by Frank Johnson, the first African-American police chief in Arkansas.

Email the club for a link to the meeting.

Information: Email fvillerotary@gmail.com.

Photographers

The Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas' Distinguished Photographer Series will present an online seminar on Diana Mara Henry, a photographer and journalist, at 7 p.m. March 2.

Across four decades of public reporting, perhaps no photographer has been so widely recognized as Henry for historical records of the women's movement. Her breadth of subject extends from the presidential campaigns of McGovern, Carter, Reagan and media titan Malcolm Forbes to demonstrations for the ERA and the Women's Pentagon Action.

She won recognition as a New York-based journalist who chose her subjects for their enduring meaning. She will tell the story through her iconic images that wrote the history of culture and consciousness in the last decades of the 20th century.

Information: psnwa.org.

Radio Club

The Bella Vista Area Radio Club is conducting virtual meetings on the first Thursday of each month via YouTube Live. In-person monthly license testing has resumed on the second Saturday of the month.

All amateur radio enthusiasts and prospective hams are invited.

Details are online at www.BellaVistaRadioClub.org, on the club's Facebook group, at www.YouTube.com/BellaVistaRadioClub, or by calling Ron Evans at (479) 270-5584.

Computer Club

The Bella Vista Computer Club will continue to meet over the internet using Zoom and does not conduct in-person meetings or classes.

Visitors and guests are welcome. The Zoom meeting connection information will be emailed to all members in advance of the meeting and will also be available on the club's website at https://bvcomputerclub.org the weekend before the meeting.

The yearly BVCC membership is $25 for the first member in a household and $10 for each additional member in the same household. It is now possible to join or renew membership online on the BVCC website at https://bvcomputerclub.org. The benefits of club membership include remote help for members with their computerized devices and free classes on a variety of computer topics.

On the website are the most current issue of the Bits & Bytes newsletter, minutes of the previous month's general meeting, membership forms, detailed directions to meeting rooms, and updates to scheduled classes.

Send club news to ourtown@nwadg.com.

Send Club News to ourtown@nwadg.com. Deadline is 4 p.m. Tuesday for Sunday publication. Please include a phone number or email address for publication.

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