Rural Educational Heritage Inc. (REH) was formed in late 2008 to provide a means of local support for Rural Special School in Fox, Arkansas. The organization received tax-exempt status from the IRS and is a 501(c)(3) organization, making donations to REH tax deductible. The organization’s vision is to support the school in continuing its tradition of . . . → Read More: Organization formed to support school
Ice glazed spring flowers at Rushing
Ice glazed trees at Mozart
Ice at Sunnyland by Stella Hastings
Chicken coop iced at Rushing
“Ice Break” at Rural Special
Cattle ranch iced at Fox
Dogwood with icing at Rushing
Ice art on a fence at Fox
Icy moo from Mozart
North 9 or North Pole?
Volleyball on . . . → Read More: “Ice Age” on the mountain
Rachel Boillot, a Duke University student pursuing a Masters degree in Documentary Studies, visited Fox in mid-October to interview and photograph local people to learn more about the community and the importance of the local post office. Boillot learned about Fox and residents’ fight to save the post office after watching the video in support of . . . → Read More: Duke University student visits Fox to interview and photograph residents for a book
Double Flower Power: Philip & Renee (Class of 1979). The bus was purchased new by the Carr Family in 1966 and recently restored . . . → Read More: Two alums show their “Flower Power” for Halloween
Questions from the audience ran the gamut from education to farming to health issues to rural post offices to gridlock in congress.
Congressman Crawford visits with JP . . . → Read More: Congressman Crawford visits Fox
Marty Berry removes fence as dozer clears ground
Rural Educational Heritage Inc. began clearing the site at the corner of Sweeney Road and Hwy 263 where a preschool and business technology center will be built across the highway from Rural Special School. Donations toward the project have reached $78,700. Volunteer labor will primarily be used to . . . → Read More: Ground cleared for new Preschool/Technology Center
The new Fox signs were designed by local resident Susan Kast and funded by the Fox Community . . . → Read More: New Fox welcome sign reminds everyone to slow down
Elementary students enjoy the show
Lunch ladies and librarian got the moves down
Paul Harris speaks to students at Rural Special
Warm-up act does YMCA
Paul demonstrates his first and last bull ride.
Paul’s warm-up act
Teachers got rhythm and class….
Watch Paul’s presentation on the Fox Arkansas . . . → Read More: Comedian Paul Harris, class of 1989, returns to Rural Special
See video from various events from the day at the park…
Softball video at http://youtu.be/Ss1SqfhA430)
Street dance http://youtu.be/U3xDzQCCqH0.
Jamming, horseshoes, and kids playing http://youtu.be/w6q04fgDuMw
Kids’ games http://youtu.be/jwHXVXaW8Ns
Thank you to the volunteers and Fox Community Services Committee for making the Fun Fest . . . → Read More: 8th Annual Fox Fun Fest photos and videos
Kindergarten Teacher Mrs. Knapp with two of her students, cousins Cady Kingrey and Hanna Hicks
Geraldee Dodd brings her granddaughter to watch grandson Bryce's 6th . . . → Read More: Rural Special’s Kindergarten & 6th Grade Graduation
View the short video of this float entry on the Fox Arkansas YouTube . . . → Read More: Float depicting Fox, Rushing, & Mozart Post Offices takes 2nd