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The video has been updated as promised.  Now in HD! Thank you for your patience!

The video from Saturday night’s celebration is now available for viewing:   Centennial Video from PHBCLR.com on Vimeo.

SATURDAY, MAY 4TH, 2013 7am – 2pm* Kavanaugh and Cedar       Join us in celebration!  Summer market returns and we are kicking off with a Block Party to celebrate 100 years of PHBC serving Hillcrest!  Activities will include all of your familiar vendors AND new ones, kids activities, community booths, food, fun, and music!  Come be part of the celebration with us! *Regular market summer hours are 7am – noon.    

CENTENNIAL BAKE SALE Saturday, March 30th 8 am – Noon   PHBC CENTENNTIAL BAKE SALE, Saturday, March 30!  An event to help end hunger in Arkansas.  All proceeds will go to the NO KID HUNGRY campaign.  Come purchase pies, cakes, cookies, brownies, breads, peanut brittle, fudge, and other favorites.  Easter cakes will be available just in time for Easter lunch on March 31.  Come celebrate with us!

SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, August 26, 2012 Centennial Kick-Off Cookout   Enjoy a steak dinner with all the fixins’ cooked by Randy Lann, Grill Master for the Dallas Cowboys.   ONLY $10 PER PERSON!! Come hear about teh centennial plans including the logo and theme, calendar of major events, slideshow, and capital campaign plans for renovations to our facilities. Dinner starts at 5:30 pm in Hicks Hall followed by The Annual Golden Scoop and Spatula (free) at 6:00 pm.  The Centennial Program begins at 6:15 pm. Bring baby pictures of yourself and your family for a […]

Little Rock’s first public library opened on thesecond floor of the building that is now the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History.

The 1912 Summer Olympics were formally opened inStockholm, with 28 countries and 2,407 athletes (including 48 women) participating.

The new 48-star American flag was first raised as the symbol of the United States after New Mexico and Arizona were admitted tothe Union.

The Ladies Aid Society met and Mrs. Kingsleychaired the meeting in the absence of Mrs. McKenzie. Motion made and carried that instead ofbaking bread as had been planned, they would tack “comforts” to raisemoney. (No meetings were held after July3 until October 9.)



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