Family Movie Nights

Family Movie Nights

Free Movie/Fire Safety Night - Every Friday in August Sponsored by the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department Join us at Archey Fork Park (behind Subway) at dark. Everyone is welcome and concession stand will be open. Enjoy a movie with the kids and learn valuable fire safety tips that might save a life. ...

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Aerial Video

Aerial Video

Ever wonder what a bird's eye view of Greers Ferry Lake and shoreline would look like? Watch this stunning aerial footage courtesy of Cabins on the Cove Ozarks in Choctaw. Trouble viewing this video? Click here to watch it on YouTube Planning your next visit to the Lake? Check out these helpful ...

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Phase II River Restoration Complete

Phase II River Restoration Complete

Thursday, June 11, 2015: Clinton mayor Richard McCormac joined representatives from The Nature Conservancy, SWN, and other groups instrumental in completing the second phase of restoration of the Archey Fork of the Little Red River. The dedication ceremony included a tour of the improved shoreline and the newly opened trail ...

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2015 Greers Ferry Lake Area Guide

2015 Greers Ferry Lake Area Guide

2015 Greers Ferry Lake area guide The Greers Ferry Lake/Little Red River Tourism Association publishes an annual guide covering the 4-county area surrounding the Lake. The newest edition features nearly 80 pages of stunning photography showcasing the region’s natural attractions and local businesses & events, with special additions like an ...

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Little Red River

Little Red River

This stretch of Little Red River – South Fork in Van Buren County is 26.5 miles long and has been rated as a class II(III) section by American Whitewater. Some people prefer whitewater rafting and some kayaking, either way in this general area you’ll find lots of paddling places. The Little ...

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Greers Ferry Lake

Greers Ferry Lake

Greers Ferry Lake is located 65 miles north of Little Rock between Clinton and Heber Springs in the north central section of the state. It is accessible via U.S. Highway 65 and State Highway 5. Heber Springs, Clinton and other small communities around the lake offer lodging. Resorts, bed and breakfast, ...

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

What's happening in Clinton? Check out our Chamber Calendar for upcoming community events, seasonal activities, and holiday celebrations.

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Ribbon Cutting: Grandmaster Han’s Martial Arts / Previous page

July 23, 2012:

Martial Arts Center Opens in Clinton

Grandmaster Han's Martial Arts

The Clinton Chamber of Commerce celebrated the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for Grandmaster Han’s Martial Arts, a new martial arts center opening in Clinton at the old Eoff Furniture Building on Main Street.

Classes are held each Monday night from 7-8PM. Instructors are certified by The World Youn Wha Ryu Association and the local center is lead by 4th degree black belt Tom Mullaney with the schools head being 3rd degree black belt Colton Gregory and assistant instructors Carin Huff and Rob Russ.

Grandmaster Han’s Martial Arts uses a foundation of basic principles that incorporate Christian values. Students’ focus is physical, mental and spiritual development using principles such as “be polite, be patient, be alert, be brave, do your best, respect yourself and others.” Members are treated as extended family members and the organization is family-oriented.

The martial arts form taught in Clinton is Youn Wha Ryu, a traditional and complex self-defense system that goes beyond “kicking and punching.” Students learn practical self-defense concepts that focus on increasing reaction, timing, speed and full-body power. The comprehensive curriculum includes the most effective and efficient techniques from Kung Fu, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Hwarang Do, Jiu-Jitsu, Aikido, Judo, Hapkido, Kendo, Tai Chi, and others. The dynamic classes combine both aerobic and anaerobic training and encourage the development of self-discipline, perseverance, balance, agility, coordination, flexibility and total-body strength. Training can be modified as needed for students to be able to participate regardless of age and ability level.

For more information contact:

Rob Russ at 501-253-0018.

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