Archive for Month: January

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Normal Kid Fighting the Fight

Beau Lovell probably doesn’t think of himself as a hero. The 11-year-old sixth grader at Randall G. Lynch Middle School in Farmington is humble when he talks about raising money for the JDRF and raising awareness of juvenile diabetes, its causes and the search for a cure.

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Blessing Bags… One Kid’s Way to Help Out

Maija Ruth is just getting started helping out in her community. “I’ve been volunteering a year,” the 8-year-old, who attends Owl Creek Elementary in Fayetteville, said. “My mom and dad started making Blessing Bags. I was like, ‘What are you doing?’ They started telling me about it. I was...

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Kids in the Kitchen

Looking for some easy-to-make recipes you can whip up in the kitchen with your adult? Sure you are. Try out these healthy and fun recipes to try any time you need a little energy to get you through the day or, for a quick after school snack.

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Get in the Game at Fun City

Allison Jackson might just have a dream job. “It’s a lot of fun,” she said of her marketing job with Fun City. “It’s a good environment to work in.” Allison gets paid to have fun and make sure everyone around the region hears about Fun City, an indoor arcade...

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Feeding Those in Need

Rebekah Lamb is full of volunteer spirit and is a kid of few words. She is full of loving spirit and works to better the community in which she lives. Rebekah, age 10, attends J.B. Hunt Elementary School in Springdale and regularly volunteers at the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank....

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