Current Drop List Within Our New Expanded Region
White River Medical Center
Holiday Inn, Ramada & Comfort Suites
First Community Bank (Main Branch, Eagle Mnt. and Ramsey Mnt.)
Merchants and Planters Bank
The Kitchen Shop
Main Street Box (outside of Bigs)
Main Street Box (outside of Landers Theater)
Independence County Library
Unique Nosh Frozen Delights
Batesville Chamber of Commerce
Hometown Market & City Hall
Post Office & Grubbs Grocery
Merchants and Planters Main and North Branch
Village Mall (beside bench near Sears)
Mi Pueblito (down from Village Mall)
Unity Health-Harris Medical Center
Norman Baker Pharmacy
Attention Medical Supply
White River Medical Clinic
NEA Baptist Clinic
U. S. Pizza
Post Office & Town and Country Grocery
Jerry's and Post Office
Harps Grocery, Breck's R. V., WRMC Clinic & Batesville Airport
Post Office & Rusty's Quick Shop
Bill's Fresh Market & City Hall
In our June article on the Montessori School reception for out-going director, Esther Okolo was said to be June 2nd, but it is actually JUNE 22. Again, all of the former/current students and their parents are invited to see Mrs. Okolo off and warmly welcome incoming director Hinkle.
The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the Batesville Community Center and Aquatics Park, Thursday, June 8, 2017. Formal comments begin at 5:30 p.m., with ribbon cutting and reception to follow. The event will be held in the gymnasium, located at 1420 South 20th St. in Batesville, Arkansas. The first two hundred guests will receive a commemorative token. The event is open to the public.
Kimberlee and I are pleased to announce the combining of Eye On Independence and Eye On Jackson Magazines into EYE ON MAGAZINE, a regional magazine with your favorite local articles and faces, with some new additions! Beginning with our July Issue, look for changes to come and a new drop list. We are having to lower our drop locations to keep our expanded distribution within a time efficient window. I will be posting our revised drop list, but for our June issue of Eye On Independence, pick yours up at: WRMC East Entrance, Pioneer Plaza restaurants and our outdoor boxes at US Pizza, Main Street, Harps and Kroger. Eye On Jackson can be found at our usual drop locations for June, but again, will be revised beginning in July. Thank you all for keeping us on your monthly reading list and your dedication to our local businesses and community organizations!
Main Street Batesville announces a sensational lineup of productions in the “Concerts in the Loft” series. All performances will be held in the Barnett Building Loft on Main Street in downtown Batesville and doors will open at 6:30 p.m.
“Our upcoming concert series has a diverse and innovative line-up of talented singers and musicians that reflect our continued tradition of bringing joy into the hearts of our audience,” said event producer Danny Dozier. “We will be offering something for everyone to enjoy.”
June 17: Secondhand Street Band
The Secondhand Street Band is an eclectic musical collective formed on the streets of New Orleans that combines the traditional sound of New Orleans jazz and funk with contemporary elements and popular reimaginings. As a crew of misfit street performers from all over the United States and abroad, SHSB has crafted an energetic and interactive live show that packs the block daily, grabbing the attention of Royal Street’s diverse crowds.