SERVING SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS FOR 112+YEARS!
Since our inception, we've strived to give back by offering scholarships to local students as well as donating to numerous developments and causes including; Howard Memorial Hospital, Cossatot Community College, Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Friends Inc., Howard County Childrens Center and Nashville Rotary Club.
Kenneth Ramon Wilson (grandson of Forrest Wilson)
Ever year we give financial scholarships to a select number of graduating seniors to help with their higher education goals.
We contributed a donation for the new astro-turf at the Scrapper football stadium. Picture below: Wilson family and Coke Plant employees stand on field for donor recognition night.
Nashville High School Baseball Field is named Wilson Park after Forrest Wilson. He purchased the entire 14 acre park site in 1949 for the purpose of young men in the area to play baseball. In 1967 he donated the land to the Nashville Baseball association which was then deeded to the Nashville School District and current home to the Nashville Scrapper baseball team.
In 2018, Wilson Park held a rededication ceremony with members of the Wilson Family in attendance which honored Forrest Wilson's contribution of the park land.
We contributed to the local high school basketball facility by purchasing the new arena's scoreboard.
The money for the lobby of the new Howard Memorial Hospital was donated by Ramon & Nelda Wilson family and the Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
In 2006, we made a sizable donation to the building of the administration building of our local Cossatot Community College campus. Picture left is Ramon and Nelda Wilson plaque hanging on the wall of the building.