Coming in Saturday, March 10, 2012 .....The Annual Clear Spring Fling Auction is a Live and Silent Auction. Castle Rogue's Manor, in Beaver outside of Eureka Springs, is the spectacular location of this event. The event features Local, National, and Internatonal Artists. The work will include original paintings, multi-media art, hand-crafted furniture, giclee` prints, jewelry and much more. Additional items to bid on will showcase Getaway and Bed & Breakfast Packages. Bidding continues with gift certificates for Restaurants, Massage, Chiropractic, Dental, Personal Training, Landscaping and many other great services. There is always something special for everyone to bid on to take home! Come on out for an enjoyable exciting evening while savoring our professionally created hors d'oeuvres and complimentary Wine Bar!
The Annual Clear Spring Fling Auction hosted by Clear Spring School (PrePrimary-12) is to be held at regal Castle Rogue's Manor in Beaver, AR. Route 187. on Saturday, March 10, 2012 from 5:30-10pm.
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For more information to this energizing event visit :
Tickets are $16 per person online at this link: http://clearspringflingauction.ticketbud.com/clearspringflingauction
Tickets purchased at the castle door are $20 per person.
Community First Bank is our proud sponsor
With the addition of a running team for students in grades 7 and up, Clear Spring School decided to host its first annual RunEureka event in October 2009. This event brought people from as far away as Little Rock and Oklahoma City to enjoy a beautiful autumn day while competing in a local scavenger hunt run. Runners in teams of 2-4 followed clues and completed challenges in an approximately 3-mile course (depending on how turned around they got. The race finished with entertainment from local band, The Ariels, and prizes were awarded to the top winners. This event will return each Spring.
Since 1977, students from Clear Spring School have been active participants in improving their community by picking up litter and junk - everything from candy wrappers to bed springs - along the roadsides and open spaces of Carroll County in an organized effort known as Trashathon.
The biggest haul was in 2005 students picked up 147 bags of garbage, 315 equivalent bags of scrap metal, and 139 bags of recyclables.
Clear Spring School's Trashathon has been honored with an "Award of Excellence" through the state of Arkansas' Keep Arkansas Beautiful campaign.