The broadcast highlights each winner's contributions to the community.
Bob Clausen, DJ Williams, and other members of the KARK Team will participate by telling the stories of some of the winners. Governor and Mrs. Asa Hutchinson will also present featured awards at the ceremony on June 10.
Nominees are submitted by the general public, and winners are chosen by a panel which includes members of the DHS Division of Community Service and Nonprofit Support.
Teen Works to Prepare Arkansans for Future Disasters
Mountain Home Mom Fights for More Foster Families
Arkansas Community Service Award Honoree.
For Jonesboro Man, Retirement Means Reaching Out
Pastor Embraces Community with Open Arms, Open Books
Arkansas Community Service Award Honoree Derick Easter.
Retiree Feeds Thousands of Hungry Arkansans
FORT SMITH, Ark. -- If giving of yourself and staying productive keep you young, Charolette Tidwell…
Service Academies See Big Boost out of Arkansas
For most people, the chance at a free four-year education at one of the nations’ most prestigious …