Clark County Historical Association (CCHA) members were treated Tuesday, April 4 with presentations by the local and community history students at Ouachita Baptist University.

Clark County Historical Association (CCHA) members were treated Tuesday, April 4 with presentations by the local and community history students at Ouachita Baptist University.
As part of their semester projects, each student developed a brochure on a Clark County historical topic of interest to them. Students gave short presentations on their topic and shared their brochure with the CCHA audience.
We are sure no student felt any pressure as they presented to CCHA members, Dr. Wendy Richter, Archivist and Professor of the local and community history class, Dr. Ray Granade, professor of History and Director of Library Services, and Dr. Chris Mortenson, chair of the History Department.
Students participating in meeting were: Wes Oliver, "Connecting America: The Bankhead Highway in Clark County"; Mattison Griffin, "Historic Barns in Clark County"; Chris DiGiovanni, "Graysonia"; Taylor Jones, "Caddo Indians in Clark County”; Catie Baker, "Along the Ouachita"; Christian Fuel, “Ghosts of Clark County", Hailey Thompson, "Downtown Arkadelphia Drug Stores.”
Each student's brochure will be available through the CCHA once completed. A big thank you goes out to each of the students for their hard work on the historical brochures that will help CCHA keep history alive.