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— Thanks to donations from many individuals, businesses and supporters, many from out of town, and from Gravette alumni classes, the Old Town Steps will soon be completed.

Junior Hartley, who has spearheaded the project, thanks everyone who has stepped up to make it a success.

The accompanying photo shows some of the completed steps; more will be completed soon.

Since enough contributions have been received, a sidewalk will be added as will a step side rail to assist walkers. A donation marker is also planned when the project is completed.

Additional donations to further upgrade the Old Town Park will be used entirely for that purpose. They may be brought or sent to Gravette City Hall.

Following are donors who have made this project of preserving the historical park steps a reality:

JGT Club, 2 steps;

Louise Russow;

John & Frances Meade, 5 steps;

Bonnie June Davidson, 2 steps;

Gary & Jean Phipps;

Melvin & Betty Roberts;

Bob & Leona Stinnette;

Albert & Jane Dunagin;

John & Ona Foster, 2 steps;

Boy Scout Troop #117;

GHS Class of 1951;

Vera Crockett, David & Tena Crockett;

Jack & Linda Haynes;

Petra-Stone, 4 steps;

Kenneth Kerr Family;

Charles W. Garman;

Historic Kindley House;

Gravette Historical Museum;

Frances Morris Talley;

Alton C. & Elizabeth Morris Manning;

Mrs. Joe P. (Carolyn) Morris, Jr.;

Class of 1953 (Alberta Roark);

Clyde & Frances Barrett;

Frank & KayVee Spiva;

Betty & Leland Brandon;

Class of 1944;

Class of 1946;

David Wills;

Class of 1979;

Class of 1963, 2 steps;

Class of 1964;

Brent Cannon, 2 steps;

Sue Stumbo.

News, Pages 11 on 09/09/2009

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