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Frank Scott, Jr.
73rd Mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas. Clergyman. Previously served as a Banker, Arkansas Highway Commissioner and Senior Advisor to Governor Mike Beebe.
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Antwan Phillips 8h
Check out all the celebrations from
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UA Little Rock 15h
Lots of progress is being made on the new Hatcher Wrestling Facility. This state-of-the-art complex will serve as the on-campus training home for .
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Frank Scott, Jr. 11h
Spent the lunch hour with our Solid Waste Team to share our city’s appreciation to them!
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MarceloClaure 13h
When you show kindness, it will always come back to you. “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” - Aesop
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Skip Rutherford 17h
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Metroplan 14h
Three of our Board members discuss the importance of working together for an overall connected and prosperous region. Great job Mayor Bart Castleberry, Mayor Joe Smith (Board President), and Mayor Frank Scott, Jr.
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slim 15h
Replying to @FrankScottJr
Need more basketball courts frank! Especially with Kanis park down!
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S. Ransdell 16h
It would be great to have more youth sports facilities in Little Rock! WMP is the perfect place to make that happen!
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Frank Scott, Jr. May 23
Enjoyed my first with some of ’s Muslim brothers and sisters. Mubarak Alaikum Al Shahar.
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Cindy Boyle May 23
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Halff Associates May 23
James Arbuckle and Mike Marlar (not pictured) represented Halff+Marlar at the breakfast at the Capital Hotel in Little Rock. Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott, Jr. hosted the event, and former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Rodney Slater was the keynote speaker.
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Frank Scott, Jr. May 23
Replying to @jbing001
Thank you!
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Cindy Boyle May 23
⁩ Great job sharing leadership insights at our conference today!
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Jennifer Bingaman May 23
It was great to hear from you today !
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Cindy Boyle May 23
⁩ ⁦ we heard it twice today at our leadership conference - be humble and a servant leader - there must be something to it!
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Erica D. Phillips May 23
, I admire your vision & values & how you use both to ... “be seen serving, not seen served” 👏🏼 Thank you for inspiring us leaders at today!
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Erica D. Phillips May 23
Humbled by wise words of awesome leaders: What got you here, won’t get you there • Look backward to go forward • Values are nonnegotiable • Embrace your sharks
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Tina L. Fletcher May 23
Very happy to see Mayor Scott in ! is a great neighbor to Pulaski County and the best example of smart economic development and growth for neighboring .
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Frank Scott, Jr. May 23
Exciting to discuss Central Arkansas’ way forward with fellow Mayors and at this morning’s Regional Outlook Summit.
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City of Conway, Arkansas May 23
Replying to @CityofConway
There was obviously good chemistry and banter between the mayors of Little Rock, North Little Rock, and Conway.
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