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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun November 3, 2019
PHOTO BY: Sam Pierce

Kim Carter is the new executive director of Cooperative Christian Ministries and Clinic in Hot Springs. She replaces Lynn Blankenship, who retired to move back to Oklahoma City to be closer to family. CCMC is a nonprofit organization that focuses on poverty reduction for under-resourced people in Hot Springs and Garland County.

Kim Carter

New executive director for Hot Springs nonprofit is servant-minded

Kim Carter was happy where she was and was not looking for a new job. “It was kind of serendipitous how I found this position,” she said. “I’ve been part of a camping retreat ministry in the United Methodist Church all my life, and I was serving as executive director at Camp Tanako. “I was happy in my job.” Carter was online looking at an advertisement she had placed, when she saw the ad for the executive-director position at Cooperat... READ MORE