Archive for Author: bhuntley

Hero on Duty

Special to Official Kids Mag Julianna, an 11 year old, 5th grade student of Branson Elementary has been a member of the Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks since she was seven years old. She attends the Club as a ‘tween’ member where she participates in fun activities...

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Make Your Own Greeting Cards

It’s a great time to make a card for Mother’s Day on May 12, and here are a few ideas to help you get started!  You might need some help with a couple of these steps so grab your adult and get creative. Step 1. Making the a Greeting card...

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A Super Power Called Kindness

By Suzanne Rhodes Photo courtesy Wayne Rhodes Ruby Kate Chitsey started a movement that’s taken the world by storm—or you could say, by heart. It’s called Three Wishes for Ruby’s Residents. The amazing 11-year-old girl from Harrison, Arkansas wants to do good, and she’s raised nearly $250,000 through her...

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Kids Grow

It’s time to grow! Winter is done, and the days are getting longer. Growing plants is a great way to surprise your family. Strawberries are easy to grow, and nothing is better then harvesting and eating food you grow yourself. It’s easy to get started so grab...

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Talent Takes the Stage

By Suzanne Rhodes Photos by Wayne Rhodes “I couldn’t be more impressed and proud!” That’s 4-H mom and leader Katie Teague’s response to a night of fun and fashion presented by the Washington County 4-H Club on March 1 in Elkins, Arkansas. Katie is the acting head of...

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Create a Fairy Garden!

By Karen Rice A long time ago, people started to tell stories about tiny flower fairies, mythical beings that sometimes “appear” in the human world. They drew pictures of them, sitting on mushrooms, riding on mice and sleeping in bird’s nests. Fairies have wings, come in many forms and...

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