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As the city of White Hall grows, the list of things to do and see grows with it. Residents of the community will attest that there’s nothing quite like attending the Founder’s Day Festival or strolling through City Park at Christmas time. Spending a Saturday watching the Pee Wee Football League or a few weeknights at the baseball and softball fields is a common pastime. The newly built Crenshaw Springs Water Park is definitely a crowd favorite with its fast water slides, rock climbing wall, and splash zone for the kids. White Hall is full of history and we want to share it with the community. The White Hall Museum is a fun learning environment of our great community with historical displays honoring the growth of our city. Visit The James "Jitters" Morgan White Hall Community Center for activities benefiting the entire family and scheduled events hosted by individuals in our community. While the size of the city may be small, the amount of recreational activities it offers is inexhaustible.

 

              Director

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            Barbie Parsley

Barbie Parsley is a lifelong resident of Southeast Arkansas, a graduate of Rison High School, and has lived in White Hall since 2000.  She took position as an administrative assistant at the White Hall Police Department in 2003.  During her tenure there, she joined the White Hall Police Officers’ Association, where she has organized, planned, and coordinated the annual Policeman’s Charity Ball since its inception.  Her hard work and dedication to her job earned her Policeman of the Year in 2005, an award normally only given to uniformed police officers.  Barbie joined the White Hall Chamber of Commerce in 2003, where she is currently serving her second term on the Board of Directors.  She is a graduate of the 2005 White Hall Leadership Class, and assisted in teaching the class the following two years.  She was appointed to the Parks and Recreation Department as Director of the White Hall Community Center and Crenshaw Springs Water Park in June of 2013.  She completed training as a Certified Pool Operator in October of 2013, and Lifeguard Manager Certification in February 2014.  Barbie and her husband, Eddie, have two children.

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