• 2019 Wreaths of Honor set up begins Wednesday, 20 November.

    The cemtery will need lots of volunteers leading into the 2019 Wreaths of Honor ceremony. Those interested in volunteering can view our Events Calendar for more details. Wednesday:  10am - 5pm Sherwood Forest community building.  Make bows until the load of wreaths arrive. Then begin cleaning and fluffing wreaths, stack for transport.  Thursday:  8am-6pm Sherwood…

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  • Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) Monument Dedication

    The Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) Monument Dedication was held on September 11th, 2018.    The audience gathered in the breezeway of the cemetery administration building where the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs Interim Deputy Director, Chris Tafner, welcomed the standing room only crowd. The Arkansas National Guard Honor Guard presented the Colors.  Ms. Tina Bryant sang…

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  • Wreaths of Honor Program

    The Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery beautification Foundation (ASVCBF) announces their Wreaths of Honor Program. History of Wreath Laying Ceremony Since the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery, located in North Little Rock, opened in November 2001, each year many local organizations joined together to create a “Wreaths Across America” Committee with their yearly goal to raise the…

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  • The Meat Shoppe Hosts Breakfast Fundraiser, 27 May 2017

    Thank you to our partners at The Meat Shoppe in Gravel Ridge, Arkansas. Breakfast Fundraiser Kent Berry and the crew hosted a free breakfast fundraiser to support the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery Beautification Foundation. The Meat Shoppe offers a large variety of fresh, select cuts, meat packs, and exclusive deals including Chairman's Reserve Certified Premium Beef. But…

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  • Did you know? Little Rock National Cemetery Is Closed to New Interments.

    As the second installment of our ongoing “Did You Know?” series, the Beautification Foundation will discuss the history of the Little Rock National Cemetery and what it means for veterans in central Arkansas that the National Cemetery is closed to new interments. Little Rock National Cemetery The Little Rock National Cemetery is located at 2523…

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  • Did You Know? History of NLR State Veterans Cemetery

    As the first installment in this ongoing "Did You Know?" series, the Beautification Foundation will share a brief history of the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery in North Little Rock. History of NLR State Veterans Cemetery The Beautification Foundation is honored to be a part of the History of NLR State Veterans Cemetery.  In 1997, the 81st…

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  • Planning for the Memorial Walk

    Thursday, July 14, 2016 President Scotty Scott, Carl Schmidt, Director and Chairman of the Planning Committee and Wes Norvell, graphic artist, will meet at the cemetery to begin Phase Two of planning for the first "eyebrow" of the walk.  This "eyebrow" will serve as the model for other organizations that would be willing to establish…

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  • Highlight Our Heroes

    The Beautification Foundation wants to highlight our heroes and volunteers. Do you have a friend or family member you would like to highlight?The Foundation would like to share stories about those interned at the North Little Rock State Veterans Cemetery. Help us to Honor a Hero by submitting their biography on our website.  Share your story…

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  • The Meat Shoppe collects donations for the foundation

    Kent Berry is the owner of The Meat Shoppe in Gravel Ridge, AR. The Meat Shoppe is a full fledged meat market, as in butcher shop, and it is also a small restaurant. They specialize in Southern: BBQ, Ribs, Pork, Chicken and Sausages with all the side dishes; potato salad, cole slaw, baked beans, cabbage,…

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  • Freddie Lee Hillhouse Service

    A special thanks to guest contributor Linda Sue Hicks.Linda writes for the Log Cabin Democrat and is the President of the Vilonia Veterans Museum.Vietnam Veteran Freddie Lee Hillhouse, 71, of El Dorado, may have had more friends in death than in life. A speaker that officiated his services today at the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery…

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