Erika Thomas's Page
Hello friends! Thank YOU for stopping by my page while I work to raise money & awareness as I go OVER THE EDGE on Friday, October 13th. I'm rappelling down 8 stories (!!!) while representing 5NEWS and supporting the Reynolds Cancer Support House in Fort Smith. I know many people who have fought cancer and too many have lost their battle. I'll be taking on this challenge for every person listed below and many more I don't personally know.
(FORT SMITH) KFSM – Bill White is a long-time local car dealer. At his new pre-owned lot on Fort Smith’s south side, those who walk inside take a step back in time. He’s showing off just part of his collection – a lot of it from right here in the River Valley. The outside of Bill White’s Volkswagen pre-owned dealership is pretty unassuming. But if you look closely – through the large glass windows – you’ll see a Phillips 66 sign, the first glimpse of a massive collection inside.
BENTONVILLE (KFSM) -- Frank Lloyd Wright was born on this day (June 8) in 1867. The boy from Wisconsin became the American Institute of Architects' "Greatest American Architect of All Time." Wright designed the Bachman-Wilson house in 1954. It was built in Millstone, New Jersey and flooded seven times. Crystal Bridges saved the home by moving it 1,200 miles to Northwest Arkansas. The house was opened to the public in 2015. "It's like someone giving you a hug.
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