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Arkansas SBDC Recognizes Entrepreneurial Support

September 25th, 2006

The City of Arkadelphia is the first recipient of the Arkansas Entrepreneurial Community of the Year Award presented by the Arkansas Small Business Development Center (ASBDC). The award recognizes Arkadelphia’s organized efforts to assist and encourage entrepreneurial activities.

Arkadelphia’s community and economic development strategy includes nurturing new and existing small businesses. A central component of these efforts is the completion of the Rural Entrepreneurship Initiative survey.

Nonprofits Plant Seeds of Change in Delta City

May 1st, 2006

In a town revered for its blues music but pitied for its economic blight, nonprofits work to change the tune one business at a time.

On the banks of the Mississippi River in eastern Arkansas’ Phillips County lies Helena — technically Helena-West Helena after the cities’ merger in January — a rural town about a half-century removed from its economic high-water mark.

USDA to give $750,000 to Southern Financial Partners

April 6th, 2006

Southern Financial Partners of Arkadelphia will receive $750,000 in loan funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development Intermediary Relending Program.

The money is part of nearly $5.7 million in revolving loan funds that the USDA is investing in nine business development organizations across the United States.

New condos mean more independence for nine Group Living clients

September 29th, 2005

Nine proud homeowners are settled into their brand new condominiums at Lucas Gardens. Not only are they first-time home buyers, they are all over 40.

The residents of the project are clients of Group Living Inc., and they are fulfilling Group Living’s goal to help developmentally disabled persons reach their highest level of independence.

Steinberg addresses Rotary

July 29th, 2005

Ben Steinberg, president of Southern Financial Partners, a Southern Bancorp affiliate, chats with Wilma Gill following his presentation at a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Arkadelphia.

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