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  • UpdateOct2015

LifeQuest Classes

Spring Term Begins April 6

Registration for the spring term is open! The term begins on Wednesday, April 6 and runs through May 26. Classes are held at Second Presbyterian Church, 600 Pleasant Valley Drive in Little Rock. The Registration fee is $65; $75 after March 25.

Mark Your Calendars:

  • Spring Term: April 6 - May 26
  • ArkansasGives: April 7
  • New Orleans Jazz Brunch: April 30
  • SummerQuest: July 6 - July 28 

Our Faithful Corporate Sponsors

What Goes on at LifeQuest?

Hendrix President Visits LifeQuest

On Thursday, February 25, LifeQuest was honored to welcome a special guest, Dr. William Tsutsui, President of Hendrix College. Dr. Tsutsui served as a guest speaker for the popular, State of the Planet, class being offered this winter; and spoke about the sterotypes and realities of Japan in the 21st Century.  

Music to Our Ears

LifeQuest members enjoyed a private concert by pianist, Giovanni Antipolo, and violinist, Kathy Williamson, as part of a class called "Classical Music Appreciation"offered on Wednesdays this winter. 

Comedy & Science Do Mix!

First time presenter, Bob Hankins, led a stimulating class entitled "Selected Topics in Science" for attendees this fall. Topics included Nitroglycerin, Radioactivity and the Periodic Tables (with a little bit of comedy thrown in!). Thank you, Professor Hankins!

Jane Gordon - Retiring After 25 Years

Jane Gordon Is Special Honeree at LQ's 34th Birthday Luncheon

At a very special luncheon program at Adventures in Learning on October 7, Jane Gordon was recognized for her twenty-five years of service to LifeQuest. Since her hiring as office manager in 1990, Jane has been instrumental in so many ways in the growth and success of LifeQuest in all its facets. A simple measure of that success and Jane's impact, not to mention that of the AIL Coordinating Committee, is that the Fall 2015 Adventures in Learning session has experienced one of our highest-ever participation rates with a total of 632 enrolled.

Mah Jongg & More

Intense competition with friendly fellowship happens every week during Adventures in Learning. If you haven't experienced it, come join us this fall!

News & Updates

New Orleans Jazz Brunch on April 30 to Benefit LifeQuest Programs

New Orleans Jazz Brunch 
Saturday, April 30
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Rogers House
400 W. 18th Street

Music & Dancing with Bob Boyd & the Dixieland Sounds Band
New Orleans Style Brunch
Mimosa & Bloody Mary Bar 
Special Tribute to Pat Henry

Tickets: $75 per person; $750 per table 

Sponsored by: Bank of Little Rock

Help LifeQuest Earn Bonus Dollars

Mark your calendar for April 7 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., when Arkansas Community Foundation is challenging all Arkansans to give to the charities of their choice.

During this one-day event, your donation to LifeQuest will help us qualify for additional bonus dollars from Arkansas Community Foundation—the more we raise, the more bonus dollars we will receive. Donations must be given ON APRIL 7 and ONLINE through the ArkansasGives website at 

ArkansasGives is a one day, easy way to make your charitable dollars stretch farther and shower LifeQuest with support. Good things are happening in Arkansas, and you can help the good grow! 


Welcome, Deanna Clark

LifeQuest is excited to announce Deanna Clark as our new office manager. Deanna brings years of professional experience from positions with Arkansas Children's Hospital and Arkansas Community Foundation. Please give Deanna a warm welcome when you see her in the halls!

Save the Date: NOLA Jazz Brunch

Dust off your dancing shoes and mark your calendars!  LifeQuest is hosting a New Orleans Jazz Brunch on Saturday, April 30 at the historic Rogers House in downtown Little Rock.  More details will be coming soon!

"Dinner with Chef"

Pulaski Tech played host to an attentive group from LifeQuest for the second evening of Dinner with the Chef

Once again, LifeQuesters will enjoy good company, wonderful meals and conversations with well-known local chefs. Dinner with the Chef was a new "extra-curricular" offering last year. It's great popularity is reflected in the numbers making reservations for this summer's offerings: Terry's Finer Foods, Pulaski Tech Culinary Institute, Caper's and Marlsgate Plantation.

I could certainly go for a lamb chop like this, couldn't you?