“This new brown-bag lunch program will allow us to further expand our outreach to state employees and others who work close to the Commission office to educate them about our services,” stated Dr. Richter. “To be able to announce this exciting new project during this program is doubly satisfying,” she continued.
“History Bits and Bites” a new, monthly brown-bag lunch program, debuts July 27 at noon, at the Arkansas History Commission Conference Room in Little Rock. Lauren Jarvis will speak about selected resources at the Commission and an ongoing project, “In Remembrance,” a searchable database that aids in locating deaths in the state prior to 1920.
“History Bits and Bites” is free, but registration is required. Participants are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch and drink to the event. The Conference Room is located within the History Commission’s suite of offices on the second floor of the One Capitol Mall Building in Little Rock. For more information, contact the Arkansas History Commission at 501-682-6900.
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