Kim "Kiwi" Stephenson, a former Hendrix College track str, will be the guest speaker at Tuesday’s meeting of the Conway Running Club.

The meeting, open to the community, will be from 6-7 p.m. at Pizza Inn, 815 Hogan Lane.

Stephenson, of Rotorua, New Zealand, will share his running experiences and techniques he has used in his running and coaching career.  Stevenson was an outstanding distance runner and four-year letterman in cross country and track for the Warriors and a member of the Hendrix team that finished third at the AIC Championship in 1973. He was named All-AIC in cross country in 1973 and 1977, served as team captain in 1975-76 and qualified for two NAIA National Cross Country Championships.

After graduation, he had a highly successful coaching career in track and cross-country in New Zealand. He will be inducted into the Hendrix Sports Hall of Honor on Firday.

Conway Running Club meetings are held the second Monday of each month and are intended to join Conway area runners together to provide valuable information to help their running and advance the sport and the value of a healthy lifestyle. 

CCS golf tournament April 30

The Sixth Conway Christian School Booster Club Golf Classic will be April 30 at Centennial Valley Country Club.

The four-person scramble will have morning and afternoon tee times with shotgun starts.

Cost is $400 per team. All proceeds go to the CCS athletic program.

Trophies awarded to the winning teams in each flight.

Pin sponsorships available for $200.

Persons can register at www. ccsboosterclub.org

Amateurs Mack Moore and Petey King and PGA professionals Dan Snider and Tim Zimmerebner will be inducted into the Arkansas Golf Hall of Fame on Oct. 25.

Beginning with the state champion Arkadelphia High School golf team, Moore has been winning golf titles for almost 50 years. He played on the University of Arkansas golf team in 1958-59 and was a member of the American Seniors Team, competing in Europe against France, Germany, Belgium, Iceland, Spain, Portugal and the United Kingdom in both individual and four-ball matches.

"I went undefeated for two consecutive years," Moore said. "I was proud to represent my country and still feel the accomplishment with a victory for the stars and stripes." For many years, Moore was Arkansas captain of the U.S. Senior Challenge team.

King won five state championships in seven attempts, including the 1985, 1987 and 1988 match play titles. In four years of match play, he was 18-1. He also won the state stroke play in 1986 and 1988. During King’s run, the only other state titles were won by John Daly — the match Play in 1986 and the stroke play in 1987.

A Class PGA member for 34 years, Snider moved from Houston to Little Rock in 1990 to become head golf professional at Chenal Country Club and in 2002 moved farther west as COO of The Alotian Club. Snider has been the Arkansas PGA Chapter Teacher of the Year 14 times and his volunteer efforts were acknowledged with a classroom named in his honor at The First Tee of Central Arkansas. One of his former students was Bryce Molder.

Zimmerebner, who died in January 2011 at the age of 51, won five consecutive PGA Chapter Player of the year Awards beginning in 2004. He was second in 2009 and won again in 2010.