UA Cossatot will host a Meet the Colts event and fish fry on Oct. 21 through Oct. 24.  Festivities will take place in Nashville, Ashdown, De Queen, and Lockesburg. 

The Southwest Arkansas community and UA Cossatot Colts fans will have the opportunity to meet this year’s Colts and Lady Colts as well as purchase a fish meal to support UA Cossatot student-athletes.

The fish meal includes fried catfish, french fries, hushpuppies, and coleslaw for a donation of $10 or more. Colts merchandise will also be available for purchase.  

The Nashville event and fish fry will take place at the Howard County Courthouse on Wednesday, Oct. 21. The Ashdown event and fish fry will take place at the Little River County Courthouse on Thursday, Oct. 22. The De Queen event and fish fry will take place at the Town North Shopping Center parking lot on Friday, Oct. 23. The final event and fish fry will take place in front of UA Cossatot’s Bank of Lockesburg Gymnasium on Saturday, Oct. 24. Each event and fish fry will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 1 p.m.

UA Cossatot basketball coach Robert Byrd said, “We’re excited about the upcoming Meet the Colts Week. Our student athletes will have the opportunity to visit the counties we serve. We are looking forward to interacting with members of each community.”

Business to-go orders are available for delivery. Pre-orders for deliveries are available now until Oct. 20 by contacting Dustin Roberts at 870-584-1172 or

Pre-order payments and general donations to the UA Cossatot Colts and Lady Colts can also be made by texting CossatotColts to 41444

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