Saturday, July 26, 2008

Department of Parks & Recreation Weekly Report

Department: Parks and Recreation
Date: July 25, 2008
Prepared by: O'Shea Burrell

Specific Weekly Activities:
July19, 2008
• North Helena Park was groomed
• Week 2 Swim Camp pre-testing continues today from 10am-12noon
• Week 2 of ACC Camp officially begins
• ACC Coordinators Conduct meeting in H-WHCC
• TFH leaves supplies in H-WHCC for arriving Volunteers
July 20, 2008
• ACC Camp Week 2 Welcoming Ceremony begins in North Helena Park Pool Pavilion at 530pm
• ACC and Swim Camp volunteers conduct meeting in H-WHCC about weekly activities and expectations
July 21, 2008
• ACC Camp begins summer activities in North Helena Park
• Week 2 Swim Camp begins in North Helena Park
• Summer Food Program placed order with PFG
• Preschool Camp Week 2 at New Hope Church continues
• Post Swim Camp Activities in H-WHCC from 3pm to 5pm
• H-WHCC Staff assisted each Camp as needed throughout the day
• Staff set up and broke down tables and props for Camps
• Tae Bo/ Weightlifting class cancelled due to lack of equipment
• Rental agreement drafts being produced
• Groomed Big Baseball Field in North Helena Park
• H-WHCC Staff worked with Together For Hope in working on Pool Pavilion flower beds and shrubs
July 22, 2008
• PFG made delivery to H-WHCC
• Adult Free play in H-WHCC beginning at 530pm ending at 9pm
• Finished Grooming North Helena Park
• Swim Camp was relocated to H-WHCC due to thunderstorm in North Helena
• Crawford Plumbing installed sewer and water lines at NHPPP
• Two 42inch industrial fans were purchased from H&M.
July 23, 2008
• Tae Bo/ Weightlifting class begins at 630pm
• Volleyball begins in H-WHCC at 730pm
• Groomed Little Baseball Field in North Helena Park
• Together For Hope used laundry room in H-WHCC
July 24, 2008
• Game room area floor being tiled
• Sacred Heart was groomed
• Adult Free play in H-WHCC beginning at 530pm
• Weightlifting class began at 630pm
• Closing Ceremony in the North Helena Park Pool Pavilion
• Mayor James F. Valley formally named the North Helena Park Pool Pavilion the "Earnest Womack & Kate Hall Pavilion"
• Rental agreement drafts being produced
• H-WHCC lawn groomed
• Golf Course Inventory was conducted
July 25, 2008
• Post Swim Camp Inventory
• Tables and chairs will be returned to H-WHCC from EW&KH Pavilion
July 26, 2008
• Blakely Family Reunion in H-WHCC
Future Weekly Activities:
• Cunningham/Bryant 4person Tournament at Golf Course
• School Supply Give Away at Cad Polk Stadium from 8am to 12noon on August 9
• Sickle Cell Walk. Parks and Recreation Department are asked to supply tents, tables, and chairs. This event will be held August 9th at Cad Polk Stadium
• School Supply Drive will be held in H-WHCC on August 13 at 6pm
• Continue to clean the park restrooms and monitor the portable restrooms each day
Follow-up Activities:
• Girl's softball games
• Food program continues
• Order playground equipment for Washington Street Park
• Get invoice for siding at Pool Pavilion
• Finished final details to get electrical account set-up at EW&KH Pavilion
• Produce functional invoice for Kipp Swim Camp
• Inquire about suggested rental fee for Malco Theater one night per month
Staff Concerns/Issues
• Car show and security
• H-WHCC Staff has been attentively working with TFH during the Swim Camp, ACC Camp, and Youth Transformers Camp for the past two weeks. Each camp has been feed through the Summer Food Program and its staff; furthermore, these camps have demanded much attention from the entire staff. This has resulted in extensive overtime hours worked by the H-WHCC Staff.
• Overhead door needs repair at Pool Pavilion
• Rental fee/ permit cost to rent any Park in H-WH
• Gas usage/mileage:
July 21, 2008
• 24.5 gal/ 91,183 Dodge
July 22, 2008
• 51.4 gal/ 126,058 Chevy
• 1-6gallon gas can,
• 3-5 gallon cans
• 1-2gallon can


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diadem \DY-uh-dem\, noun:

1. A crown.
2. An ornamental headband worn (as by Eastern monarchs) as a badge of royalty.
3. Regal power; sovereignty; empire; -- considered as symbolized by the crown.
4. To adorn with a diadem; to crown.

On the far side of the cloister in the long, chapel-like room called the Treasure, she sits on her throne -- a small stiff gold figure robed in gold and covered with jewels and crowned with a golden diadem.
-- Hannah Green, Little Saint
The sky above is blue; the many clouds -- sun-drenched, gilded, lively -- have moved down, settled like a great diadem on the broad ring of the encircling mountains.
-- Milan Kundera, "Love's labour's lost", The Guardian, November 2, 2002
Dead and gone is the British Raj in India, that most glittering jewel in the diadem of Queen Victoria.
-- Jan Morris, "The Power Behind The Empire", Time Asia, August 12, 2002

Diadem derives from Greek diadema, "a band," from diadein, "to bind around," from dia, "through, across" + dein, "to bind."

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Friday, July 25, 2008

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sempiternal \sem-pih-TUR-nuhl\, adjective:

Of never ending duration; having beginning but no end; everlasting; endless.

In all the works on view, Mariani conjures a sempiternal realm that exists parallel to mundane reality and which is accessible through art, reverie and the imagination.
-- Gerard Mccarthy, "Carlo Maria Mariani at Hackett-Freedman", Art in America, September 1999
This is a sempiternal truth for institutions of high prestige. Someone will pay (almost) anything for Ivy-ish credentials.
-- Dennis O'Brien, "A 'Necessary' of Modern Life?", Commonweal, March 28, 1997
Finally, Syon's orchards are the world as our imagination would like it to be -- not wilderness, since orchards are after all planted and cultivated by farmers, but a sempiternal and ideal region of the mind.
-- Thomas L. Jeffers, "That which sustains us", Commentary, June 2002

Sempiternal comes from Medieval Latin sempiternalis, from Latin sempiternus, a contraction of semperaeternus, from semper, "always" + aeternus, "eternal."

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melange \may-LAHNZH\, noun:

A mixture; a medley.

Interspersed with diverse lectures and classroom activities were periods of financial difficulty, military service, and employment as a private tutor, all of which added to the curious melange of experiences that would ultimately blossom into his unexpected and remarkable life's work.
-- Norman Brosterman, Inventing Kindergarten
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-- Fen Montaigne, Reeling in Russia
Many books in popular psychology are a melange of the author's comments, a dollop of research, and stupefyingly dull transcriptions from interviews.
-- Carol Tavris, "A Remedy But Not a Cure", New York Times, February 26, 1989

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

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vituperation \vy-too-puh-RAY-shuhn, -tyoo-\, noun:

1. The act or an instance of speaking abusively to or about.
2. Sustained and severely abusive language.

It was a bitter attack on those who had sneered at his father, an astonishingly poised performance for a twenty-six-year-old, and an early demonstration of Bron's gift for vituperation.
-- Geoffrey Wheatcroft, "Bron and His 'Affec. Papa'", The Atlantic, May 2001
Everybody was very nice except the Liberal women -- who have a repertoire of vituperation that I cannot believe to be equalled anywhere.
-- Bonnie Kime Scott (Editor), Selected Letters of Rebecca West
Ratifying Wylie's vituperations against the homemaker, feminists have scorned the domestic role and exhorted other women to join them in forsaking it as unworthy of their talents.
-- F. Carolyn Graglia, Domestic Tranquility

Vituperation comes from Latin vituperatio, from the past participle of vituperare, "to blame," from vitium, "a fault" + parare, "to prepare." The verb form is vituperate; the related adjective is vituperative. One who vituperates is a vituperator.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

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From: MYERSFOUND@aol.com
Date: July 22, 2008 5:30:26 PM CDT
To: mayorjfvalley@gmail.com
Subject: PRESS RELEASE - Arkansas "Jazz on the Levee" Helena Arts Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (7/18/08)

Contact: Rev. Ronald V. Myers, Sr., M.D., Artistic Director
             Arkansas "Jazz on the Levee" Helena Arts Festival
             662-247-1471     662-247-3364
             e-mail: MyersFound@aol.com
             web sites: www.JazzArkansas.com
                            www.JuneteenthJazz.com
                            www.ChristianJazz.net


             Naomi Cottoms, Director
             Walnut Street Works
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             e-mail: ncottoms@aol.com
             web site: www.JazzArkansas.com


2nd Annual Arkansas "Jazz on the Levee" Helena Arts Festival

Arkansas "Jazz on the Levee" Helena Arts Festival
Features Jazz Pianist & Trumpeter Ron Myers

Great Arkansas Jazz Returns to the Arkansas Delta


(Helena, AR) – The 2nd Annual Arkansas "Jazz on the Levee" Helena Arts Festival, celebrating the Arkansas Delta's great jazz legacy, will take place in Helena, Arkansas on Saturday, July 26, 2008, in Downtown Cherry Street, "on the Levy", from 4:00pm - 8:00pm. Accomplished Arkansas jazz pianist and trumpeter, Ron Myers, will be the featured artist.

"The Arkansas Delta has a rich jazz legacy," states Dr. Myers. "One of the greatest jazz saxophonist in the history of jazz, Red Holloway, was born in Helena, Arkansas and still performs throughout the world. Now that the Walnut Street Works community organization has established this wonderful event, Arkansas's rich jazz legacy will continue to be celebrated in the Arkansas Delta every year."

Myers will be performing original compositions from his critically acclaimed jazz CD, "Doctor's Orders". The CD includes several popular original jazz compositions written by Myers out of his experience of living in the delta, like "Song For Tchula", "Message From the Country" and "Blues For Tchula".

Myers will be p erforming with the legendary "Delta Jazz Percussion Ensemble" featuring percussionists Wilton Knott, Joe Johnson and Roderick Shannon. Myers will be joined by jazz saxophonist Aaoron Smith, guitarists Billy Smiley & Roy Schilling, bassist Derrick Brown and drummer Hal Halbrook.

Also performing will be Helena, Arkansas native jazz saxophonist Phillip Stackhouse. The Master of Ceremonies will be local radio DJ James Morgan.

Admission is free and donations are appreciated. For more information contact Naomi Cottoms at 870-338-8900, e-mail: ncottoms@aol.com or Dr. Myers at 662-247-3364, e-mail: MyersFound@aol.com; web site: www.JazzArkansas.com.
 
 
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gamine \gam-EEN; GAM-een\, noun:

1. A girl who wanders about the streets; an urchin.
2. A playfully mischievous girl or young woman.

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-- Joe Brown, Washington Post, January 17, 1992
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Gamine comes from the French. A boy who wanders about the street is a gamin.

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Monday, July 21, 2008

Unit 3 Gets New Look

The attached photo displays the new look Unit 3 of the Helena West Helena Police Department is sporting. This design was developed in cooperation with Colonel Fred Fielder, Major Ronald Scott, Battlion Chief Roderick Brown, Captain Randy Smith and Spakes Signs. This face lift will be accompanied by the push bumper additions being added to police cars for officer safety and security.

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WEST HELENA-WEST HELENA WATER DHR 07-21-2008

Department:    WEST HELENA WATER UTILITIES
 
Date_JULY 21, 2008
 
Prepared by  KEN FRATESI
 
WEEK OF _07/04/08—07/18/08
 
BART AND ANN REPAIR MAIN
26 PARKDALE REPAIR SERVICE
221 ST ANDREWS REPAIR SERVICE
614 LADINO REPAIR SERVICE
351 NORTH BARINGO REPAIR SERVICE
215 SOUTH FOURTH REPAIR SERVICE
227 SOUTH FOURTH REPAIR SERVICE
233 NORTH TWELVETH REPAIR MAIN
649 MIMOSA REPAIR MAIN
908 GEORGIA/125 PLAZA REPLACE BOX AND TOP
READ METERS
 
Future Weekly Activities:
PREPARING FINAL QUOTES FOR MILLER PUMP STATION REHAB
GETTING QUOTES FOR EMERGENCY REPAIRS AT TREATMENT PLANT
 
Follow Up Activities:
CLEANING SEWER LINES
 
Staff Concerns/Issues:
PART-TIME EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE HAVING SURGERY

Court

WEEKLY DEPARTMENT REPORT

(Period of July 11 - July 17, 2008)

 
Department:
Helena-West Helena District Court
Date: July 21, 2008
Prepared by: Linda Danley
 
 
SPECIFIC WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:

Fri., July 11 - Thurs., July 17, 2008 - Processed civil and small claims actions as received; input traffic violations and criminal actions into court database in preparation for arraignment; and prepared scheduled traffic violations and criminal actions for bench trial.

 

Fri., July 11, 2008 - Plea/Arraignment (9:00 A.M.)

Total number of cases scheduled - 350

 

Wed., July 16, 2008 (9:00 A.M.) - Civil & Small Claims Trial

20 civil cases scheduled and 1 small claims action scheduled

 

Thurs., July 17, 2008 (9:00 A.M.) - Bench Trial on Traffic Violations

Total number of cases scheduled - 68

 

Thurs., July 17, 2008 (1:30 P.M.) - Bench Trial on Criminal Actions

Total number of cases scheduled - 50

 

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Breakdown of Traffic and Criminal Actions

Resolved During the Period of July 11 - 17, 2008

 

Jurisdiction: City of Helena-West Helena

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Traffic

Total

DM

10

 

1

11

G

9

1

14

24

NP

2

   

2

TOTAL

21

1

15

37

 
Jurisdiction: Phillips County

Finding

Criminal

Traffic

Total

DM

3

 

3

G

7

2

9

NG

2

 

2

TOTAL

12

2

14

 
ALL JURISDICTIONS

Finding

Criminal

DWI

Traffic

Total

DM

13

 

1

14

G

16

1

16

33

NG

2

   

2

NP

2

   

2

TOTAL

33

1

17

51

 
KEY:
DM - Dismissed                 NG - Not Guilty
G - Guilty                        NP - Nol Prossed
 

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JAIL ROSTER

 

Defendant

Docket #

Arrest

Date

Release/

Sent. Date

Status/

Disposition

Bryant, Jerry

 

05/22/08

 

Being held pending felony charges.

Hicks, George

 

 

CR-08-202

CR-08-2063

07/02/08

07/11/08

Plead not guilty to both charges. Cases set for trial on 07/24/08. Released to his attorney, J. L.Wilson.

Johnson, Cornell

 

06/13/08

 

Arrested by S. Rose. Paperwork not received by Clerk's office as of date of this report.

Johnson, Marcus

CR-08-2338

CR-08-2339

CR-08-2539

07/06/08

07/11/08

Plead guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost in CR-08-2338. Sentenced to 6 months probation in remaining charges.

Julian, Billy Jr.

 

 

 

TR-07-2386

CR-07-2987

CR-08-2540

07/04/08

07/11/08

Plead guilty to all charges. Ordered to pay fines+cost and serve 210 days consecutively in jail. Appeal bond set at $5,000 cash only.

Mason, Tasheba

 

05/31/08

 

Arrested by Bivens for Theft of Property (Class A Misdemeanor). Paper not received by Clerk's office as of date of this report.

Miller, Patrick

CR-08-2549

CR-08-2550

07/11/08

07/11/08

Plead not guilty to CR-08-2549. Case set for trial on 08/07/08. Plead guilty to CR-08-2550. Ordered to pay fines+cost and to serve 30 days in jail. Appeal bond set at $1,000.00.

Robinson, Janice

CR-08-2514

CR-08-2515

07/02/08

07/11/08

Plead not guilty to both charges. Cases set for 7/31/08. Released OR.

Rodgers, Elizabeth

 

07/03/08

 

Violation of court ordered house arrest.

Webster, Thomas

CR-07-1947

CR-07-1949

CR-07-2128

CR-07-2129

06/25/08

07/11/08

Plead guilty to all charges. Sentenced to one 1 year probation on all charges.

Wilson, Deaundre

 

 

 

 

TR-07-2637

CR-07-3760

07/08/08

07/10/08

Plead not guilty to TR-07-2637. Case set for trial on 7/17/08. At trial, entered into negotiated plea. Ordered to pay fines+cost; authorized to work off fines+cost thru VWP. CR-08-07-3760 dismissed.

Wilson, Johnny

 

06/02/08

 

Arrested by D. Cox.

 

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FUTURE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
• Tues., July 22, 2008 (10:00 a.m.) - Interviews for Deputy Court Clerk position
• Thurs., July 24, 2008 (9:00 a.m.) - Bench Trials on Traffic Violations
• Thurs., July 24, 2008 (1:30 p.m.) - Bench Trials on Criminal Actions
• No court on Fri., July 25, 2008 - District Court Clerk's office closed
• No court on August 15, 2008 - District Court Clerk's Meeting (Fayetteville, AR)
 
 
FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES:
• Process civil and small claims actions as they are received.
• Input new citations and criminal actions as they are received from the Records Department into database in preparation for court.
• Prepare pending actions for trial. 
 
 
STAFF CONCERNS/ISSUES
:
• Server for court database system.
• Additional staff, either part-time or full-time.



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Eastside Water Department  

Weekly Department Report

Date: 07-21-08

Prepared By: Terry McGinister 
 

Specific Weekly Activities

Friday 7-11-08

Checked sewer lift stations, checked sewer mains for system stop-ups repaired water leak on Woodland, unloaded chemical truck from Eco-tech Chemicals, checked fire hydrant at Pecan and Adams Street. 

Monday 7-14-08

A employees is attending Wastewater II class in Lonoke AR, checked sewer lift stations, cut grass around the plant, filled the South Tank manually, fixed mower deck on the tractor, cleaned up around the plant, dump truck is in the shop for repairs, repaired a water leak on Rose Circle. 

Tuesday 7-15-08

Cut grass at water tanks, fixed air compressor, Bacteriological samples shipped to Little Rock, cut grass at the pipe gallery, locked overdue customer meters. 

Wednesday 7-16-08

Replaced fire hydrant at Poplar and Miller Street, checked sewer lift stations, pulled overdue customer meters, replaced lights at lift station #9. 

Thursday 7-17-08

Repaired leaking valve at Walker and Poplar, crew is installing tap and meters for Cherry Street Apartments. 

Future Weekly Activities

(1) Employee is scheduled to attend Water Treatment class in Lonoke, AR. 

Follow up Activities

Finish putting Riprap on levees at the ponds, finish installing bypass hook-up at the remaining lift stations. 

Staff Concerns/Issues

Scheduling classes for all employees to attend to have enough hours to renew their licenses. Congratulation to Clarence Frazier for receiving his class II Wastewater Treatment Operator license. 
 

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supernumerary \soo-puhr-NOO-muh-rair-ee; -NYOO-\, adjective:

1. Exceeding the stated, standard, or prescribed number.
2. Exceeding what is necessary or desired; superfluous.
3. A supernumerary person or thing.
4. An actor without a speaking part, as a walk-on or an extra in a crowd scene.

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-- Laura Cumming, "What the Sensationalists did next", The Observer, April 23, 2000
And yet, important as its role has been in the history of civilization, the bookshelf seldom even gets mentioned in the program; it is treated as a supernumerary, taken for granted, and ignored.
-- Henry Petroski, The Book on the Bookshelf
Sweetums, the Swiss chef and many others serve principally as supernumeraries in the picture's extravagant production numbers.
-- Rita Kempley, "Seeworthy Muppets", Washington Post, February 16, 1995

Supernumerary is from Latin supernumerarius, from super, "over" + numerus, "number."

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Sunday, July 20, 2008

ACC SWIM CAMP 2008 Overall Week 2 Schedule

JULY

Monday 21

Tuesday 22

Wednesday 23

Thursday 24

Friday 25


Breakfast on your own

Breakfast on your own

Breakfast on your own

Breakfast on your own

Breakfast on your own

8:00 – 9:00

Construc. and Gardening (8-4)

Book Cataloguing (8-3)


Construc. and Gardening (8-4)

Book Cataloguing (8-3)


Construc. and Gardening (8-4)

Book Cataloguing (8-3)


Construc. And Gardening (8-4)

Book Cataloguing (8-3)


FREE TIME TO EXPLORE Town PACK-UP

9:00 – 10:00

Devotion and Set up for Swim Camp

SOW BUS to Lakeview (9-1)

Devotion and Set up for Swim Camp

SOW BUS to Lakeview (9-1)

Devotion and Set up for Swim Camp

SOW BUS to Lakeview (9-1)

Devotion and Set up for Swim Camp

SOW BUS to Lakeview (9-1)

Good Byes!

We hope to see you again!


10:00 – 3:00

Swim camp (10-3)

LUNCH provided

Swim Camp (10-3)

LUNCH provided

Swim Camp (10-3)

LUNCH provided

Swim Camp (10-3)

LUNCH provided


12:00 - 1:00

LUNCH for Construction

Gardening and

Book Cataloguing Blessings Ministry Crew at New Hope

LUNCH for Construction

Gardening and

Book Cataloguing Blessings Ministry Crew at New Hope

LUNCH for Construction

Gardening and

Book Cataloguing Blessings Ministry Crew at New Hope

LUNCH for Construction

Gardening and

Book Cataloguing Blessings Ministry Crew at New Hope


Psalms 121

3:00 – 3:30

Closing MTG. CLEAN-Up for Swim Camp Community Center Open and Public Pool time (3:00-5:30)

Closing MTG. CLEAN-Up for Swim Camp Community Center Open and Public Pool time (3:00-5:30)

Closing MTG. CLEAN-Up for Swim Camp Community Center Open and Public Pool time (3:00-5:30)

Closing MTG. CLEAN-Up for Swim Camp Community Center Open and Public Pool time (3:00-5:30)


3:30 – 5:00

Library room

Computer Lab

Imagination Station Open

Library room

Computer Lab

Imagination Station Open

Library room

Computer Lab

Imagination Station Open

Library room

Computer Lab

Imagination Station Open


5:00 – 7:00

DINNER on your own (Pillow-Thompson House 7:00 tour

7:30 dinner

DINNER at New Haven Baptist Church (5:30)

4:30 for adult swim crew

DINNER at Delta Fellowship Church

(5:30)

4:30 for adult swim crew

CLOSING CELEBRATION At the new Helena Pool Pavilion

5:30 PM



5:30 Parent-child aquatics class

6:00Teen and adult swimming classes

7:00Water aerobics

5:30 Parent-child aquatics class

6:00Teen and adult swimming classes

7:00Water aerobics

5:30 Parent-child aquatics class

6:00Teen and adult swimming classes

7:00Water aerobics

With DINNER SERVED

Parents of campers invited




7:00 PRAISE AND WORSHIP SERVICE at NEW HAVEN




BLACK - for activities involving everybody

RED - Stories on Wheels related Activities at Community Center (A Toy/Book Learning Library)

GREEN - Construction and Gardens of E.D.E.N. projects all over our community.

BLUE - Swim Camp at the North Helena Park. We will serve preschoolers and kids ages 6-12.

ORANGE - Stories on Wheels will go out at 9 AM and return around 1 PM. We will serve this week in the community in Lakeview.

REMEMBER TO BE FLUID!


SATURDAY

8:30 PM Leaders orientation Mtg. at the Newell’s Home 1019 Miller Street



SUNDAY

Sunday morning worship in Community Churches. Time and place of worship will be set during Leaders orientation.


Lunch on your own


SET UP TIME – several meetings with work groups.

  • 3:00 - 4:30 - Preschool Swim Camp – Meet at the New Hope Missionary House with Cindy Douglas.

  • 3:00 – 4:30 - Swim Camp for (6-12 yr.) – People involved with sports, bible, music, craft, registration meet at the North Helena Park with Leonora Newell and Kristen Muse.

  • 3:00 – 5:00 - Swim Camp Swim teachers and assistants please meet at the North Helena Pool with Kate Hall.

  • 3:00 – 4:00 - SOW Library (Book cataloguing) - Meet at the Community Center in the Library room with Ann Wall.

  • 3:00 – 4:00 - SOW BUS – Meet at the SOW located in the back of the Community Center with Catherine Bahn.

  • 3:00 – 3:30 - Gardening – Meet at Pool Pavillion with Ben Newell.

  • 3:30 – 4:30 - Construction – Meet at the Unfinished Pool Pavilion with Ben Newell and Bo Green.

  • 4:30 – 5:00 - Blessings Ministry – Meet at the Unfinished Pool Pavillion with Levi Gill and Ben Newell

  • 5:00 – 5:30 - CREW LEADERS and GROUP LEADERS for KIDS SWIM CAMP – Meet under the tree in front of the pool (or somewhere around there) with Kristen Muse, Kate Hall and Leonora Newell.


5:30 – 7:00 PM - Welcome Celebration at Helena Pool in the North Helena Park. Directions will be in your welcoming package.

CID Weekly (DHR) 7-21-2008

HELENA- WEST HELENA POLICE DEPARTMENT

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION

COL. FRED FIELDER MJR. RONALD SCOTT

Interim Police Chief Assistant Chief


SGT. ROY COVINGTON SR. CPL. BRIAN HOLLOWAY

C.I.D. Commander Lead Investigator

PREPARED BY: SGT. ROY COVINGTON SR., CID COMMANDER

DATE: JULY 18, 2008 Month of JULY 11 – JULY 17, 2008

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

______________________________________________________________________

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY

1. INVESTIGATORS ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING A RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY IN THE 600 BLK. OF COOK STREET, THE HOME OF CITY RESIDENT MARCUS NELSON. NELSON REPORTED SEVERAL ITEMS TAKEN INCLUDING A PANASONIC CAMCORDER, CLOTHES, CD RADIO, AND AIR CONDITIONER ALL TOTALING APPROXIMATELY $1800.00 IN VALUE.

CHARGES: RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY, THEFT OF PROPERTY

DISPOSITION: OPEN INVESTIGATION

2. INVESTIGATORS ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING A THEFT THAT OCCURRED AT THE PAT KELLEY MINI STORAGE LOCATED ON AIRPORT ROAD. THE COMPLAINT, LINDA HOPPER, A RESIDENT OF OUR CITY REPORTED THAT WHILE ATTENDING A RUMMAGE SALE A BLACK UNKNOWN FEMALE TOOK HER PURSE FROM HER CAR.

CHARGES: THEFT OF PROPERTY

DISPOSITION: CASE OPEN

3. INVESTIGATORS ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING A BREAKING & ENTERING AND THEFT OF PROPERTY IN THE 100 BLK. OF STONE BROOK, AFTER CITY RESIDENT, KEVIN REED REPORTED THAT HIS VEHICLE WAS BROKEN INTO AND SEVERAL ITEMS WERE TAKEN, AMONG THOSE ITEMS WAS A CD CASE CONTAINING APPROX. 30 C.D.’S, $0.50 PIECES, .38 SHELLS, SMITH AND WESSON .38 SPECIAL, TOOL BOX, OAKLEY SHADES, AND MOTORCYCLE HELMET ALL VALUED AT A TOTAL OF APPROXIMATELY $ 2000.00.

CHARGES: BREAKING & ENTERING, THEFT OF PROPERTY

DISPOSITION: OPEN INVESTIGATION

4. INVESTIGATORS ARE ALSO INVESTIGATING THE BURGLARY OF 2 STATES MONUMENTS LOCATED IN THE 500 BLK. OF PLAZA STREET, THE BURGLARY OF THE HARRIS RESIDENCE LOCATED IN THE 600 BLK. OF WEST RUSSELL STREET, A BREAKING AND ENTERING OF A VEHICLE IN THE 100 BLK. OF VALLEY DR., AND A STOLEN VEHICLE IN THE HELENA CROSSING AREA.

CHARGES: BURGLARY, THEFT OF PROPERTY

DISPOSITION: UNDER INVESTIGATION





______________________________________________________________


CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS


1. THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION IS CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING THE SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A 5 YEAR OLD FEMALE, OF THE CITY OF HELENA-WEST HELENA. A SUSPECT IN THIS CASE HAS BEEN NAMED AND THIS CASE HAS BEEN TURNED OVER TO THE DEPT OF HUMAN SERVICES DUE TO NON- PROSECUTION OF SUSPECT DUE TO AGE, 8 YEARS OF AGE.


DISPOSITION: REFERRED TO D.H.S.


2. THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION IS CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING THE RAPE OF AN 8 YEAR OLD FEMALE, AFTER MOTHER REPORTED SEXUAL ASSAULT OF THE CHILD. A SUSPECT, ALLEN HILL, HAS BEEN ARRESTED IN THIS CASE, AND IS CURRENTLY BEING HELD ON $200,000.00 BOND.


DISPOSITION: ARREST MADE


CHARGE(S): RAPE


3. THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION IS CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING THE AGGRAVATED ASSAULT OF SANDRA BLUE OF OUR CITY. A SUSPECT, JOEL BLUE HAS BEEN NAMED AS A SUSPECT IN THIS CASE, AND WARRANTS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR HIS ARREST.


DISPOSITION: WARRANTS ISSUED


CHARGE(S): AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, POSSESSION OF FIREARM, TERRORISTIC THREATENING

_________________________________________________________________________________


MISC. FELONIOUS CRIMES


1. THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION IS CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING A MISSING PERSONS REPORT OF MR. JAMES DONA BY OF HELENA- WEST HELENA. ANY INFORMATION OF THE WHERE ABOUT OF JAMES DONA BY WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.



WE HAVE ACCUMULATED 18 CASES FOR THE MONTH OF JULY; SEVERAL FELONY WARRANTS PENDING, WITH 3 FELONY ARREST MADE, AND 4 CASE FILES HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED FOR PROSECUTION THIS WEEK.

WANTED

WARRANTS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR THE ARREST OF JOEL BLUE ON THE CHARGES OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, TERRORISTIC THREATENING, AND POSSESSION OF FIREARM

WARRANTS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR THE ARREST OF ERIC SMITH ON THE CHARGES OF TERRORISTIC ACT AND BATTERY 1ST DEGREE.

FUTURE ACTIVITIES:

DEVELOP JUVENILE CRIME MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES- WILL TATE

ATTEND COMPUTER FORENSICS COURSE, GRAMBLING, LA JULY 21-25, 2008- SGT. ROY COVINGTON SR.



STAFF CONCERNS:

PROVIDE NEW ASSIGNED INVESTIGATOR, DENNIS COX, ADDITIONAL TRAINING

REPAIR VEHICLE UNIT# 403

PROMOTIONS AND RAISES FOR INVESTIGATORS

UPDATE COMPUTERS IN THE OFFICE OF INVESTIGATIONS

DEVELOP MORE ADVANCE WAYS TO COMBAT ILLEGAL NARCOTIC SELLING WITHIN THE CITY.



FUEL:

Criminal Investigation Division fuel Purchased for the week of JULY 11 TO JULY 17, 2008

Investigator

Date

Gallons

Fuel Usage Cost

Mileage

Roy Covington Sr.

07/14/2008

20.0 GALLONS unit 400

$79.95


Brian Holloway

NO

FUEL

PURCHASED

FOR THE WEEK

Tommy Bivens

07/11/2008

07/16/2008

13.8 GALLONS

9.8 GALLONS

$55.00

$39.01

136810

137094

Dennis Cox

07/14/2008

11.5 GALLONS

$46.00

136962

TOTAL


55 gallons

$219.96




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