Archive for Month: April

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Sprouting a Healthier Generation

Lily Scharnhorst, a student at Fayetteville, enjoyed her Apple Seeds experience. “It was really fun,” she said.  “I loved the people teaching it. They were really nice and helped you understand what was happening. In the program they taught us all about food and how to cook it, cut...

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Kid Heroes Come In All Kinds

Evan Lee, never meets a stranger. From the moment you see him, his bright smile, positive personality and bright green walker instantly draw you into conversation with him. Before you know it, you’ve made a new friend.

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It’s Never Too Early

Jasmin Henry knows that people are going without food in Northwest Arkansas. That’s one reason she volunteers at the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank. “People having enough food is a problem,” the 10-year-old fourth grader at Sonora Elementary School in Springdale said.  “It makes me feel good. I like volunteering....

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On Track for Summer Fun

Hey kids! If you have a need for speed, then The Track Family Fun Parks in Branson have you covered. “We specialize in high-rise go-karting,” Julie Wilson said. “We have three high rise tracks that are unique to the Midwest.  They are multi-story, go-kart tracks... two wooden tracks and...

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Celebrating Shiloh

With more than five years under her belt as Shiloh Museum’s education manager, Judy Costello is still having fun. “I get to interact with kids,” she said. “I get to help them learn and bring history to life.  I get to see them growing up. I have some kids...

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