Chamber News

“It's a Bulldog Chrstmas” Christmas Parade

2019 Greenwood Chamber of Commerce
Christmas Parade

December 9th Bean feed at 5pm
parade starts at 7pm

All entries start lineup behind Arena
on Daisy Street any time after 5P.M.

Toiletry Drive for the Greenwood Schools Parent Center
Donations are accepted at the Chamber office. 16 Townsquare.

  • Full size bottles of shampoo, conditioner & body wash
  • Baby wipes & diapers in all sizes
  • Hair brushes, Combs, and lice treatment
  • Toilet paper
  • Razors, Shaving cream, & Deodorant for men and women
  • Feminine products
  • Toothpaste & toothbrushes
  • Laundry, Dish, & Hand soap

For Details Contact: info@greenwoodarkansas.com or 479-996-6357

Download Parade Entry Form

Greenwood Police Parking Notice

“There will be NO parking on sides of N Main Street, from its intersection with Gary Street to the town square after 5pm.

Main Street will be completely shut down by 6:15pm. (the only traffic to be let through is for residents that live on Main Street)

A rope style barrier will be placed along Main Street for safety purposes-- these should not obstruct your view of the parade.

If your vehicle should be left on Main Street during this time, it will be towed.”


Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Yule Run 5K

December 14, 2019

Download Application Or Register Online

Pre-registration $25 (by 2 pm Dec 13th)
$35 day of race
T-Shirt to the first 100 to pre register

Registration 8:00 am and Race Starts at 9:00 am
(No entries will be accepted after 8:50 am)

Prize for Best Christmas Theme Outfit

Early package pickup Friday Dec 13th, 5-7 pm at the Chamber Office, 16 Town Square

Check in at the Edge Building 8-8:50 am
#2 W. Center (Corner of Main and Center)


The Citizen Newspaper

Our neighbor and Chamber member the Waldron Newspaper Group is trying to step in to fill the void left when the owners decided to stop the publication of the weekly Greenwood Democrat. The Waldron group is moving the Citizen into place as the weekly newspaper for Greenwood and South Sebastian County.

They have already produced two editions with Greenwood news and are gearing up to begin covering important events and news in the community. The paper is currently located in several spots around town and distribution boxes will be spreading soon. Check the photo below for a special subscription offer for Greenwood residents.


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