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"I look forward to working with campus administrative and faculty leaders, the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees and other stakeholders to name the next Chancellor," Bobbitt said.

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Gearhart has been chancellor since 2008, overseeing a period of explosive student growth. The university's total enrollment was 19,,194 students in fall 2008. Enrollment grew by 37 percent during Gearhart's time as chancellor, with 26,,237 students enrolled this fall.

Haley, the only player to earn five Super Bowl rings, was a five-time Pro Bowler, two-time NFC Defensive Player of the Year and two-time All-Pro who had 100.5 career sacks. He played in six NFC Championship games in a seven-season span and his mid-career trade to the Cowboys helped Dallas win three Super Bowls in his first four seasons. Haley collected 33 sacks during the four-year run.

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The youth group is at work gathering food for Thanksgiving baskets to be shared with needy area residents by Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church. They have also begun their annual project of providing Christmas gifts for children and youth living at Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Children’s Home, located in Monticello. On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 23, they will travel to an area farm for a bonfire and cookout.

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