Clinic night at CCMC

October 16, 2015By PaulUncategorized
The monthly clinic event, held the second Tuesday night of each month, represents an opportunity to assist those in our community needing medical care, vision care, dental interventions (to alleviate pain), pharmacy services and spiritual counseling. A number of volunteers, both professionals and lay people, make it happen. Let’s meet some of those volunteers!

2015 Golf Classic Smashing Success!

October 12, 2015By Lynn BlankenshipUncategorized
The Annual Golf Classic Fundraiser benefiting CCMC was held October 12, 2015 at the Hot Springs Country Club. The Honorary Chair was State Representative John Vines. Over fifty golfers participated in a fun day on the links supporting a good cause. The weather was bright and sunny, maybe a tad warmish during the mid-afternoon. The … Read More


October 7, 2015By PaulUncategorized
Four new members joined the CCMC Board in September. Please join us in welcoming them in their new role! They are: Dr. Sally Carder, recently retired President of National Park College; Brenda Hughes, graduate of the first Getting Ahead Hot Springs program; Jill Johnson, Program Coordinator for the Getting Ahead program at CCMC, and James … Read More


October 6, 2015By PaulUncategorized
Randy Roberts, a May 2015 GA graduate, began working on his Master’s Degree at Henderson State University this semester. Randy credits the GA program and his mentors in helping him get started in this direction. He had earned his undergraduate degree many years ago, but then his life went in different directions. He said he … Read More

Bridges out of Poverty Workshop held September 25, 2015

October 5, 2015By Lynn BlankenshipUncategorized
A community workshop was held on Friday, September 25th, from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. Seventy people attended. The purpose of the meeting was to work toward building a comprehensive approach to reducing poverty and helping Hot Springs, Arkansas become a sustainable community.   Ideas were discussed, plans were made, … Read More