04 May 2020 May issue hits the streets
501 LIFE is hitting the streets with its May issue, which includes a special section featuring the COVID-19 health crisis and how it has impacted those living in the area.
“Things have sure changed in our community, state, nation and world in a relatively short period of time, all thanks to an invisible enemy called the COVID-19 coronavirus,” said 501 LIFE Editor Sonja J. Keith. “During this difficult and challenging time, we want to recognize and thank our government, healthcare and school officials for their leadership. Also, we are extremely thankful for our public servants for their continued hard work as well as the talented and skilled healthcare workers at the 501’s top-notch medical facilities who are on the front lines.
“We know this is a tough time but we will get through this together!”
The stories in the special section include a feature on Frank Ross, who was among the first to lose his life to the coronavirus; and a feature on Linda and Danny Linn, who share their story of surviving COVID-19.
Other features from this month’s edition include:
COUPLE OF THE MONTH – Perry County’s Courtney McKendree and Chase Chism said “I do” on March 21 with a small group in attendance — and hundreds who tuned in via Facebook — thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak.
NEIGHBORS – Maumelle Fire Department’s John Payne will soon retire after 40 years of public service.
SPORTS – She’s finally reached her goal, but Wooster’s Kayle Browning will have to wait a while to actually experience it.
TRAVEL –Linda Henderson shares the story of the “Sisters of the Traveling Snake Boots” and a trip of a lifetime to Yellowstone National Park in the winter.
PERSON OF THE MONTH – White County’s George Friedrich is a fifth generation farmer but he didn’t immediately go into farming.
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