22 Jul Business in the 501 – August 2011
Occasions opens in Downtown Conway
Grand opening festivities were a sweet occasion for owner Nikki Hawks Jones.
Occasions Candy & Gifts recently opened in Mountebanq Place at 1107 Oak St. in Downtown Conway.
The shop features novelties, gift items, cards and other merchandise, as well as more than 100 candies available for purchase by the pound. Specialty products are also available, including sugar-free and gluten-free candies. The store also offers custom gift baskets and a party room.
The Conway Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the business in conjunction with the opening.
Store hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
For more information, please call 501.472.4689.
Law firm makes change
Fran Scroggins and Terri Kienlen are proud to announce that Scroggins Law Firm is now Scroggins & Kienlen.
The firm provides the same high quality of service and expertise as before with more than 30 years of combined experience.
For more information on legal services, including family law, guardianships, estate planning and mediations, please call 501.450.9313 or visit scrogginslawfirm.com.
John Hawks Memorial Golf Tournament
The Carpet Center recently sponsored the John Hawks Memorial Golf Tournament at the Conway Country Club.
Winners were Team Carpet Center, first place; Team Hawks Family, second; and Team Exit Realty, third.
In 2009, the tournament memorialized Jim Montgomery. In 2010, the tournament honored Louise Longing Graham. The late John Hawks was honored during this year’s event.
More than 100,000 Arkansans have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
The sixth annual Arkansas Alzheimer’s walk in Conway will be held Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Conway Expo Center and Fairgrounds.
The theme for this year’s walk will be “Alzheimer’s is a scary thing.”
For more information about the walk, contact Melissa Longing at 501.733.2457 or Melissa@thecarpetcenter.net.