We are pumped to share Harding Lady Bison Basketball #LEGACY poster that Grant Dillion and Will Krech created for the team! Look for the posters around the Harding University campus and Searcy later this week!
Kudos to Kirdon Cannon and Jacob Hardin for assisting with the photoshoot. And, special thanks to Coach Walker, Tabitah Haney, Arielle Saunders, Montana Lewis and the Rhodes Rowdies for making it possible!
Check out the full poster here.
We are proud support the Kiwanis Mud Volleyball Tournament to collect shoes for local kids! The Think Advertising team was proud to participate in the tournament to collect shoes for local children. The Searcy Kiwanis Club will collect shoes over the next several months to give out at A Day of Caring 2015.
Think has had the privilege of doing public relations for the Child Safety Center's first-ever "Celebration of Survival." We were excited when CSC Executive Director Robin Connell had the opportunity to talk about the event, featuring special guest speaker Elizabeth Smart on THV This Morning. View the full segment here.
In what was one of the most-followed abduction cases in recent history, Smart was taken from her bedroom and held captive for nine months. At the age of 14, she suffered abuse daily at the hands of her kidnappers.
Now, Smart works as an advocate for abused and missing children. As an author, she has shared her deeply personal experience in a memoir titled My Story.
“Despite the repeated abuse she endured, Elizabeth Smart did not allow her past to dictate her future,” said Child Safety Center Executive Director Robin Connell. “She is a survivor, and that’s what we are celebrating.”
According to Connell, the Child Safety Center serves more than 275 abused children every year. “Though services we offer at the Child Safety Center, these young victims receive the help they need to overcome adversity and begin the healing process,” she added. “Our mission, and greatest desire, is to help them heal and give them hope for the future. Elizabeth Smart has overcome extreme adversity. She is a tremendous inspiration for us all.”
Great to see this story about Dr. Anne Marie Cason with Searcy Dental Associates in the latest issue of Well Now magazine!
Dr. Cason is a 'Dentist on a Mission.'
The turning point in Anne Marie Cason’s college experience came after an unassuming chat with her chemistry lab partner. Between chemical reactions, he mentioned the advantages of majoring in pre-dentistry. The moment sparked an interest that reset the course of her future.
After shadowing her hometown dentist in Bryant, Ark., during Christmas break her junior year of college, Cason called her mom to share the big news: she wanted to be a dentist and soon switched her major from pre-medicine to pre-dentistry.
A mission trip with Bill Panneck, D.D.S., of Jonesboro, to Ivory Coast in West Africa the following summer confirmed what she knew in her heart was right. Dentistry wasn’t simply a profession; it was her calling.
“I’ve always had a heart for missions,” Cason said. “When I realized I could be a dentist and use that knowledge to serve in the mission field, my path was set.”
To read the full feature story on The Daily Citizen's website featuring Well Now Magazine.
With the help of the Get Down Downtown festival committee, Main Street Searcy has worked with numerous volunteers to organize the two-day, free-admission event that kicks off Friday, September 26, at 6 p.m. with performances by The Dixan Project, The Clark Family Trio featuring Bill Nesbitt and The Nelons (brought to Searcy by First Assembly of God). Vendors, concessions, various activities and carnival rides, will be set up along Arch and Spring Streets on Friday evening and all day Saturday.
Main Street Searcy, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization working to preserve and promote downtown Searcy.