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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Rockefeller arrangements

Posted By on Tue, Jul 18, 2006 at 3:38 PM

From Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church:

The memorial service for Lt. Gov. Win Rockefeller at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, 4823 Woodlawn in the Hillcrest area of Little Rock, at 1 p.m. Thursday, July 20, will be broadcast live on  KTHV Channel 11, KARK Channel 4, FOX Channel 16 and also webcast at www.todaysthv.com and www.kthv.com. KARN Radio will broadcast the entire worship service at 8 p.m. Thursday.

Overflow from the Sanctuary will be accommodated in (1) the Great Hall of the Argue Christian Life Center; (2) Wesley Hall of the Nixon Disciple Center; and (3) Shamblin Chapel. Seating and closed circuit television from the sanctuary will be available in all three areas. The church will accommodate approximately 1,500 onsite.

A shuttle service will be available from War Memorial Stadium’s parking lot (between the stadium and golf course on the west side of War Memorial Stadium), starting at 11 a.m. The church doors will open at 11:15 a.m. Seating will begin at 11:30 a.m.

The worship service will include a message delivered by Rev. Victor H. Nixon; a string quarter; a brass quartet; the Pulaski Heights Church Choir; soloist James Maase; remarks by Doyle Webb, Scott Gordon and Baker Kurrus. Liturgists will include Rev. Harriett Akins-Banman, Rev. Lynn Lindsey, Rev. Clefton Vaughan and Stricklin Edwards.

 Media Advisory: Cameras will NOT be allowed inside the buildings. Remote controlled cameras in the sanctuary will provide video for those plugging into a bridge in a pool feed in a downstairs classroom next to the TV Control Room. Audio feeds also will be available from the bridge.

Monroe St. and Woodlawn St. will be blocked from traffic on two sides of the church.

Reporters with cameras may stand on the sidewalk next to the Woodlawn St. parking lot across from the front doors of the Sanctuary. Please leave parking spaces available for those attending the funeral.

 

 


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