A group of students on the campus of Arkansas State University are helping over 20 organizations with different volunteer projects. In this edition of Making a Difference, KASU's Johnathan Reaves examines the work of Volunteer ASU.
The second phase of the Batesville Greenway opens to the public on Wednesday. The Greenway consists of recreational trails throughout the city that allows people an alternate, and more healthy way, to get around Batesville. KASU's Johnathan Reaves tells more.
Museum in Jonesboro is working on a new exhibit that will open in 2016 which focuses on the history and heritage of Rockabilly, which fueled Rock and Roll. A concert called "Rockabilly Boogiefest" takes place at ASU's Military Science Building on March 2nd and will feature artists, such as STan Perkins, Sonny Burgess and the Legendary Pacers, The Stunning Cunning Band, and Narvel Felts. KASU's Johnathan Reaves tells more.
Jonesboro's Foundation of the Arts is hosting the play "Miracle on 34th Street" December 14th through December 16th. KASU's Marty Scarbrough talks to Community Development Director of the Foundation of the Arts, Kristi Pulliam (whom also serves as the director of this play) in this Spotlight on the Arts feature.
During the Holiday season, the Salvation Army kettle drive takes place. During this edition of Making a Difference, KASU's Johnathan Reaves examines the drive and tells how the Salvation Army uses the money that is raised.
The ASU Ringers are now the ASU Community Ringers, and a Holiday hand bell concert takes place in Jonesboro December third. KASU's Johnathan Reaves talks with Dr. Ellis Julien, emeritus professor of music at Arkansas State University.
Arkansas is a water rich state, but one group is concerned about the quantity and quality of the state's water supply. KASU's Johnathan Reaves examines the work of The Arkansas Rivers Association in this Making a Difference report.