Librarian Nancy Arn treasures story time at Barton Library, on this day selecting Eric Carle's "A House for Hermit Crab" to engage her young audience.
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Public radio listeners love their librarians. Therefore, this story hits a nerve. The librarian of Barton Library in El Dorado for the past 40 years, Nancy Arn, is retiring.
While Arn was stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, she worked in the aeronautical library. There, she realized she wanted to get her master’s degree in library science. It was the dawn of computers.
Catholic theologian and historian Peter Huff says he's wondering whether the South can still lay claim to the "Bible Belt" label as its seen tremendous growth in residents from diverse religions.
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A lecture Tuesday will explore how interfaith dialogue can help people better understand one another in an effort to find common ground. Centenary College’s Christian Leadership Center presents religion professor Peter Huff who is an expert on religious fundamentalism. Huff will pose this question in his final community lecture:
Airs Thursday, November 27 at 6 p.m. For this Health Matters, Dr. Randall Brewer hosts a pre-recorded edition of with guests Jennfer Utley, dietitian with Willis-Knighton Health System, and Libby Burkhalter, personal trainer and group exercise specialist. They will provide tips for diet, exercise, and healthy eating especially related to the holiday season.