Christy Case Keirn with ASU-Mountain Home comes on our weekly 726 show and talks to us about the upcoming season for the ASUMH Performing Arts Series taking place at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center . Watch the full 726 show this Friday at 5:00pm or visit hometowntv.net for all showtimes.
Angela Smith Broome with Hospice of the Ozarks comes on 726 and tells us about the Pet Peace of Mind Calendar and how you can participate. Watch the full 726 show this Friday at 5:00pm or visit hometowntv.net for all showtimes.
Hill 'N Hollow Quilters Guild come on 726 and promote the Quilt Showing at Ozark Regional Arts Council and at the Veda Sheid Gallery. Watch the full 726 show this Friday at 5:00 pm or visit hometowntv.net for all showtimes.
Recorded for original broadcast of July 23, 2017. Message is from Matthew 13 and the music is from Jimmy Fortune
Mountain Home Baptist Church (July 16, 2017)
The Court Show (July 13, 2017)
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Wanda Massengale, the tireless advocate for our fur-covered friends is here with a real heart-melter. It's Della, a five month old, sweetly energetic hound mix. Della is looking for a family to adopt! Stop by your Ozark Humane Society, Della wants to interview YOU!! Her fee is only 90 dollars for years and years of love. She has been spayed and is up to date on all her shots. If you want, the shelter will micro-chip Della free. Harrison's no kill shelter, the Ozark Humane Society and Wanda are hoping for a forever home with a loving family. The Shelter does a wonderful job at saving animals and finding forever homes for them. Right now the shelter has 100 dogs and 26 cats. Be a responsible pet owner, spay or neuter your pet!! Spay-neuter clinics are taking place at area vets throughout the year. So call a vet and find out when the clinic is at their facility. It will save money and save unwanted puppies and kittens. Right now the shelter is working hard to keep all the animals cool and hydrated. Volunteers are needed just to help. To adopt, donate or volunteer, call 870-741-3050. You can also help support the society by dropping by Powell Feed in Harrison, Arkansas and paying on the food bill or by stopping by Dr. Melton DVM to help with vet expenses. $1 to 500 dollars, it all helps! Some specific needs are leashes, dog and cat collars, canned dog food, cat food, cat litter, and bleach!! The Humane Society is located on Rock Springs Road in Harrison and is open 13:30 'til 5 P.M. closed on Wednesday and Sunday While you're out shopping, remember you can always save money, find treasure and help the Humane Society by visiting Cause for Paws on East Crandal, great bargains! (open 9-5 Monday thru Saturday) Also, if you save your Best Choice can labels and put them at Cause for Paws, Best Choice will redeem them for cash for the Humane Society. DON'T THROW YOUR LABELS AWAY, SAVE 'EM FOR OUR FURRY FRIENDS! Pick up a bargain or donate items to be resold, it all helps our furry family members! To contact Cause for Paws call 870-741-8752 and to reach Ozark Humane Society call 870-741-3050 or stop in on the web at Ozark Humane Society .