FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Contact: Jerry Cox | Office: 501-375-7000 | Cell: 501-912-6600
Contact: David Pate | Cell: 501-655-6984

On Wednesday, March 20, at 3 p.m., the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board will consider expanding the alcohol permits for Magic Springs and Crystal Falls amusement park in Hot Springs. The hearing will take place in Suite 503 at the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration building on 1515 West Seventh Street in Little Rock. A letter of opposition to the permit expansion from Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-Hot Springs) has been sent to the ABC Board in advance of the meeting.

In attendance to oppose the Magic Springs alcohol permit expansion include the following:
David Pate, Watchmen of Garland County
Senior Pastor Ken Carney, First Nazarene Church
Senior Pastor Tim Forest, Walnut Valley Baptist Church
Lisa Brown, National Park Assembly of God
Representatives of Hot Springs Women of Prayer
Concerned Hot Springs citizens Hettie Lue Brooks, Tamara Cook, Sara Gusa, Pat Howard, Allan Walker, and others
Family Council President Jerry Cox

Family Council is a conservative education and research organization based in Little Rock, Arkansas.


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