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Hardwood Tree Musem

8751 McClure Dr., Fort Smith

Telephone: 479.782.4085
Contact Email: james@gostudio6.com

The Hardwood Tree Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the role of the hardwood tree in the development of Fort Smith, the region, and the nation.

Basically, the hardwood tree is the historic heart and soul of Fort Smith!

 

Hardwoods contributed to substantial riverboat traffic here, as well as to the production of wood products such as wagons, caskets, barrels for the US Army, and eventually automobile parts. It also led to the furniture industry becoming the largest employer in the area.

Contact Name: James Reddick
Type: Non-Profit
FCRA Address: 8751 McClure Dr., Fort Smith
Mailing Address: PO Box 5125
City: Fort Smith
State: AR
Zip: 72913

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Aug 7, 2020

River Valley Community Church announced it will break ground on a new $2.4 million church building on Sunday, August 9, 2020. Images included.


Jul 22, 2020

The July edition of the Chaffee Crossing Connection newsletter is chock full of updates and insights. It's a quick read, so don't miss this opportunity to be in the know about the developments in the fastest-growing part of the Fort Smith region.

 

Feature articles include The HUB at Providence mixed-use development, Arkansas Colleges of Health Education activity, residential neighborhoods, Historic District development, and community events and activities. 


Jun 24, 2020

FCRA's June newsletter highlights the strong momentum Chaffee Crossing is experiencing in spite of current economic challenges, data from our 2019 Annual Report, and exciting stories about new developers, new projects, and community events. Summer 2020 is off to a bright start!


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