Archive - Oct 2012 - News Article
Southern Trace Rehabilitation Center, located at 22515 Highway South in Bryant, is not the average nursing home.
Guests walking in might feel they are entering a hotel. Although creating a beautiful atmosphere is important to the staff, the care of the people inside takes priority.
â€śFirst and foremost, we want to provide quality care,â€ť said Nancy Brown, executive director of Southern Trace. â€śBut we also want to promote independence and make sure the residents have choices and those choices are met.â€ť
The Southern Trace staff aims to take out the institution element of nursing homes.
Benton School Board elects new officers,
approves 2 percent pay hike for employees
Brad Bohannan is the new president of the Benton School Board.
Bohannan was elected to that position in a board meeting Tuesday night at the district's Professional Development Center.
Other new officers of the board are Heath Nix, vice president; and Paul Viner, secretary.
The reorganization of the board was the final action item taken in the meeting.
The past president, Jeff Morrow, who conducted the meeting, expressed appreciation for the support received during his term.
Bentonâ€™s Royal players celebrated the end of its 2011-12 season with its fourth annual awards program â€” the Ben-Tonys â€” on Saturday night.
"Nobody's Business," an original play by Benton physician Sam Taggart, was the big winner for the year.
The play â€” written, produced and directed by Taggart â€” won Ben-Tonys for best show and best director and tied for best set with the Neil Simon comedy "Barefoot in the Park."