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81. Arkansas State Chamber/AIA: PolicyWatch: August 15, 1996
without consideration to implementation or existing programs. Management in the familyOwnedBusiness (a seven The arkansas Recycling Coalition's Sixth Annual
PolicyWatch: August 15, 1996
OSHA May Be Targeting You
State Businesses Should Beware of Agency's Latest Mandate
Osha Officials have been crowning of late at the success of their Maine 200 pilot program where they gave Maine's 200 businesses with the highset Lost Workday Incedence (LWDI) rates an oppotunity to be a partner with the agency and design their own safety programs to improve their safety conditions. (Partner is defined as one who cooperates rather than having to be subject to a wall-to-wall inspection.) In Arkansas, the program is called SHAPE-Arkansas and will take a couple of years to complete. Some of you have already been notified that you have been selected to participate. Originally, the Arkansas program left out many of the core elements of the Maine 200 program, such as having LWDI rates well above the national average. In fact, OSHA claimed it could not obtain the necessary information from the State of Arkansas or from the businesses themselves because of related state laws and/or OMB's interpretation of the Paperwork Reduction Act.

82. A R K A N S A S
Source 2000 family Child Care Licensing Study arkansas Department of Human Services,Division of Child State Director, Special Nutrition programs 700 Main
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2000 Total Population: 2000 Children 0-4 years old: 2000 Children 5-9 years old: 2000 Children 10-14 years old: 2000 Total Children Under 18: Children under 5 as percent of population: Children under 18 as percent of population: Census 2000 Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics
Source: U.S.Census Bureau, 2001
State Median Income: State Median Income Estimates for Four-Person Families
(for Federal Fiscal Year 2002)
Source: Federal Register: March 22, 2001
(Volume 66, Number 56, pp. 16060-16061)
Licensed/Regulated Child Care Centers: Source: 2002 Child Care Center Licensing Study
The Children's Foundation
1996 Estimated Poverty Rate: Children Under 5 in Poverty 1997: Children Under 5 Poverty Rate 1997: Source: 1997 State Poverty Estimates Released November 2000
Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates Program, U.S. Census Bureau

83. Directory Of Dental Hygiene Programs
The University of arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Department offer both MS andPhD programs in their to continue working or to meet family responsibilities
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Internet The DH Forum hosted by Marquette University is an educational forum created for the Internet consisting of a series of case-based learning files for Dental Hygiene treatment plans. These programs will serve as interactive solutions to commonly encountered problems in private practice. All information is based on the latest in dental theory and practice.
The University of Alaska at Anchorage dental hygiene program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association, a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation and by the United States Department of Education. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is a three-year endeavor comprising at least one year of pre-requisites and general education courses and two years of course work in Dental Hygiene. The program prepares graduates clinically and academically to take the National Examination Board and the Western Regional Examining Board for licensure.
Northern Arizona University (NAU) now offers the BS in Dental Hygiene Degree Completion Program by DISTANCE LEARNING. This program is specifically designed for Dental Hygienists with an Associate's degree, diploma or certificate in Dental Hygiene. The BSDH Degree Completion Program targets dental hygienists who want to earn their Bachelor's degree in dental hygiene from home. The degree is offered by the College of Health Professions through the Department of Dental Hygiene.

84. Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park
the last major Civil War engagement in northwest arkansas. exact dates on all specialevents and programs. rented for group meetings and family gatherings of
Visitors to Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park are given a view of the total effect of the Civil War on the people of the Ozarks. In addition to preserving an important 360-acre section of the original Civil War battlefield, the park has a unique collection of buildings depicting life in this area from the pre-Civil War Era to post-Civil War reconstruction. The museum in Hindman Hall and self-guided walking and driving tours give visitors an understanding of the Battle of Prairie Grove, while the interpretive emphasis in the Ozark village focuses on the effect of war on Ozark life. THE BATTLE OF PRAIRIE GROVE
On December 7, 1862, a Confederate Army under Major General Thomas C. Hindman engaged the Union divisions of Brigadier General Francis J. Herron and James G. Blunt near Prairie Grove Church. Hindman's original plan to strike Blunt, isolated at Cane Hill, Arkansas, was foiled by the timely arrival of two Union divisions under Herron. Hindman bypassed Blunt at Cane Hill on the morning of December 7, 1862, and marched to meet Herron. The two armies collided at Prairie Grove. Hindman's men took a defensive position on a ridge overlooking the Illinois River. The Battle began with an artillery duel which opened the way for a Union attack. Between noon and 2 p.m. two Union attacks met with bloody repulse. The battered Union forces were reinforced about 2:30 p.m. by Blunt's arrival on the battlefield. The fighting spread westward, with savage attack and counter attack until darkness ended the fighting. The Confederate Army retreated southward during the night as its ammunition was nearly exhausted.

85. Legislative Priorities
the financial interests of immediate family members, employers, or penalties for hatecrimes arkansas is one for domestic violence shelter programs in arkansas
LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES 2003 Legislative Session POSITION ONE: Create a State Department of Agriculture
Arkansas is one of only two states without an agency to develop and promote its agricultural sector and protect family farms. Arkansas family farms are in crises. While neighboring states have taken an active role in market development, promoting state-produced crops and encouraging farm diversification, Arkansas has made no attempt to develop its family agricultural sector. We need to create and fund a Department of Agriculture and Farm Sustainability that will:
1. Develop, promote and diversify the state's farming sector,
2. Coordinate the various state agencies that currently regulate Arkansas agriculture, and
3. Represent Arkansas at the federal level. POSITION TWO: Eliminate conflict of interest voting on state boards
POSITION THREE: Legislate stronger penalties for hate crimes
POSITION FOUR: Election reform
POSITION FIVE: Increase funding for domestic violence shelter programs in Arkansas

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in 20 schools in the Little Rock area of arkansas. The programs together were shownto reduce the rate family Accountability Communicating Teen Sexuality (FACTS

87. Helpful Links | Arkansas Caregivers
Caregiver Survival Kit National family Caregiver Association 10400 Connecticut Ave.,Suite 500 general Health Information/arkansas Aging arkansas

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Helpful Books and Other Publications This is a partial list of books that might prove to be helpful to the Caregiver. The books listed can be purchased at your local bookstore.
  • Aging Arkansas - Call 501-376-6083 or write to 706 S. Pulaski St., Little Rock, AR 72201
    And Thou Shalt Honor: A Caregiver's Companion by Michael Castleman
    Caring for Yourself While Caring for Your Aging Parents by Clair Berman
    Creating Moments of Joy for the Person with Alzheimers or Dementia: A Journal for Caregivers by Jolene Brackey
    Quiet Moments for Caregivers by Betty Free, Focus on the Family
    The 36 Hour Day by Nancy L. Mace
    The Comfort of Home by Maria M. Mayer
    A Family Caregiver's Guide to Planning and Decision Making for the Elderly by James A. Wilkerson
    AARP Publications AARP Fulfillment Section 601 E. Street, P.O. Box 96796 NW Washington, DC 20090-6796 Publications Home Modification Resource Kit - D15940 (Free) Caregiver Survival Kit National Family Caregiver Association 10400 Connecticut Ave., Suite 500 Kensington, MD 20895-3944
  • 88. James H. Peck, Professor, Biology Department
    Sida 20(2)833835. family TREATMENTS FOR FLORA OF arkansas MANUAL PteritophyteFamilies 1. Peck, JH (submitted 2002). family Aspleniaceae.
    Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Course Information General Information
    Department of Biology
    James H. Peck

    (501) 569-3271 (fax)
    Ph.D. (Botany) 1980 Iowa State University
    M.S. (Botany) 1973 University of Iowa
    B.S. (Plant Pathology) 1969 Iowa State University
    Professional Interests

    Population Biology
    Pteridology Biodiversity and Bioinformatics Vegetation Management Population Biology
    Study of plant populations as to their presence, abundance, dynamics, dispersion, and persistence; particular emphasis on outlier populations in the Upper Midwest that are variously interpreted either as relicts or as recent invaders of post-glacial landscapes; life history events and the strategies/adaptations that differ among individuals and vary among populations and species; determinants of successful local or distant formation of populations. Pteridology
    Evolution, systematics, floristics, phytgeography, population dynamics, and reproductive biology of pteridophytes; associate editor of American Fern Journal of American Fern Society. Long-term monitoring of fern reproduction and population dynamics in Arkansas, Florida, and Iowa. Biodiversity and Bioinformatics
    Sustainable harvest, endangered species, and restoration ecology issues that are based on vegetation management; biopolitics and scientific wildlife management conflicts; best resource management practices involving harvest versus preservation conflicts; inventory and development of a manual to the vascular plants of Arkansas.

    89. Degree Programs, Arkansas State University
    Academic Degree Programs
    at Arkansas State University
    Associate Degrees
    Bachelor's Degrees

    Master's Degrees

    Specialist's Degrees
    Colleges and Departments

    Associate Degree Programs Automotive Service Technology
    Business Information Systems
    Business Systems
    Business Technology Clinical Laboratory Science Digital Electronics Technology General Studies Law Enforcement Nursing Paramedics Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology Technical and Vocational Education Technology Bachelor's Degree Programs Accounting Agriculture Business emphasis on: Agricultural Communications Agricultural Finance Farm Management Agricultural Marketing and Management Agricultural Economics Agricultural Education Animal Science emphasis on: Animal Science Poultry Industry Management Art (BA) emphasis on: Art History Studio Art Art (BFA) emphasis on Art Education Graphic Design Studio Art Art Education Athletic Training Biological Sciences emphasis on Biology Botany Environmental Biology Zoology Biology Education Business Administration Operations Management Business Education Business Economics Business Systems Chemistry (BA) Chemistry (BS) Chemistry Education (BSE)

    90. Rock, Gem And Mineral Clubs In Arkansas, Rockhounding Arkansas
    There will be special programs during the monthly meetings (folks looking for familyactivities have Contact the authors of Rockhounding arkansas Revised Feb
    There are benefits to belonging to a rock club. Field trips, programs, and like-minded fellowship are the biggest draws Chapter 16 Hot Springs Geology Club P.O. Box 257, Hot Springs, AR 71902
    The HSGC meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Arkansas School For Mathematics and Science, 200 Whittington Ave., Hot Springs, Arkansas, in the education building. A variety of programs are offered on topics including minerals, mineralogy, geology, palentology, lapidary art and jewelry making, global positioning systems, VCRs on various subjects - volcanos, caves, gemstones, etc.
    Our forty or so members range from all walks of life from novices to professors, all with common interests in learning more about this earth on which we reside. Another feature of the HSGC is the monthly newletter which provides information on current events relating to the club, science, a descriptive "Mineral Of The Month" article, mineral properties, and other topics of interest. Annual dues are $12.00 per person, $20.00 per family; students are given membership free of charge. Visitors are always welcome. The HSGC is a member of the South-Central Federation of Mineralogical Societies.
    The Hot Springs Geology Club began in the early 1970's and received its charter May 22, 1974. For many years a high level of interest was maintained by the members but gradually diminished until the organization was almost non-existent. Fortunately, in 1992, Erick Garnum, of Nacka, Sweden was then living in Hot Springs. Primarily through his foresight, dedicated interest in mineralogy and geology, and organizational skills, interest in the club was revitalized to again become a very active organization.

    91. Education - Arkansas Arts Center - Children's Theatre
    subscribers, we offer complimentary family workshops for Available are Residencyprograms, classroom readings performances yearly, The arkansas Arts Center's
    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer S
    ince 1979 thousands of students have joined the Children's Theatre through our education programs. Students at all levels of training develop life skills as they study performance training. While many students have chosen professional careers in the theatre or film, the majority of our students are here to develop skills that are helpful to daily life: self-confidence, focus, spontaneity, teamwork, vocal strength, and personal insight. Performance training promotes self-discipline and commitment. For Families: The Education Resource Guide
    Thousands of families enjoy our Education Resource Guide. This publication is a great way to get prepared to see the plays in our regular season. Each guide provides in-depth information on the plays and activities for children and parents. Call the Ticket Office at if you would like a copy. Season Ticket holders will receive the guide at the beginning of the season. Note: The Education Resource Guide is now available online. Family Workshops
    For our season subscribers, we offer complimentary family workshops for select productions in our Season. Led by our theater staff, participants can go behind the scenes and see how a production comes together. These programs are a great way for families to enjoy an activity together while learning about the plays.

    92. Joycelyn Elders
    out of twentyfour clinics in arkansas offer contraceptives their child can receivefamily planning counseling of Americans by promoting programs and policies
    Confirmation Statement Of U.S. Surgeon General
    Before The U.S. Senate Labor
    And Human Resources Committee
    by Joycelyn Elders
    Former U.S. Surgeon General July 23, 1993 Good Morning! Mr. Chairman, Senator Kassebaum and members of the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee, it is a great honor to appear before you today as President Clinton's nominee for the position of Surgeon General. I want to thank you for taking time from your busy schedules to meet with me during the past few weeks. I appreciate that opportunity and look forward to talking with those of you I have not yet met. Before proceeding further, I would like to take this opportunity to thank my dear husband, Oliver Elders, and all of my family and friends, many of whom are here today, who have supported me throughout my career, and particularly, for their support during the past six months. Many say I am a lightening rod. Please know that they have been my thunder. I appear before you today at a time when our entire Nation is facing great challenges in public health. AIDS, violence, teenage pregnancy, a drug resistant strain of tuberculosis, low immunization rates all indicate we have not done a very good job at selling healthy lifestyles in this country. I believe the only way to heal our Nation is through prevention. Prevention requires education. If confirmed, I would make my utmost goal the education of our people, all our people, on how to stay healthy. I have some personal and professional understanding of these challenges that I would like to share with you. But before I do that, I would like to address some issues about me that have been raised.

    93. Community Profile Network
    showing the grandeur in which the Denton family lived when Many exhibits, programsand classes are held at this to 1922 when it began as arkansas City Junior
    Cultural and family celebrations are an important part of life in Cowley County. Throughout the year, special events draw people into the small town atmosphere of our communities for a chance to participate in many diverse activities. Annual events include KANZA Days, PrairieFest, Wheatland Jam, the Cowley County Fair, the Walnut Valley Festival, the World Fest Celebration, the Last Run Car Show, Art in the Park, Arkalalah, and Isle of Lights, just to name a few! Good parks, playgrounds and recreation facilities are important to the general health, happiness, and welfare of our communities. There are over 30 city parks, a state-of-the-art Aquatics Center, public and private golf courses, and a variety of other recreational facilities and resources located throughout the county. Attrations One of the last remaining old-time hardware stores, located in downtown Arkansas City. The first hardware store on that site was established in 1870. The Bryant family has owned it since 1926. Their motto is "Yes, we have it!" Chaplin Nature Center Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum in Arkansas City The area was made famous as the gateway to the Cherokee Strip Land Rush that was later called "The Largest Race in World History." This movement attracted settlers from all over the world. They came by covered wagon, bicycle, car, horseback, and on foot to acquire their piece of fertile ground. Visitors can still experience the sound and feel of the event today through Arkansas City’s Cherokee Strip Land Rush Museum, which houses commemorative artifacts of "The Run," Native Americans, westward pioneers and Cowley County history.

    94. CASA Arkansas 20 JD
    National Council of Juvenile family Court Judges The assistance to new CASA/GALprograms, and support For additional information contact arkansas State CASA
    document.isTrellix = 1; Get Five DVDs for $.49 each. Join now. Tell me when this page is updated CASA 20th Judicial - In The News Arkansas State CASA News ... Links CASA Arkansas 20 JD Learn about CASA Here:
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    Arkansas, 20th Judicial District,
    Court Appointed Special Advocates
    "The only ones among you who will be really
    happy are those who will have sought
    and found how to serve."
    Albert Schweitzer click here to play sound click here to play sound What is CASA?
    Each year over 500,000 children in the United States are thrust into court through no fault of their own.
    Some are victims of violence, psychological torment or sexual abuse. Others have been neglected or even abandoned by their own parents. Most of them are frightened and confused.
    Often these children also become victims of this country's overburdened child welfare system a complex legal network of lawyers, social workers and judges who frequently are too overburdened to give thorough, detailed attention to each child who comes before them. The consequences can be severe.

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