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Kid Heroes: The Greatness of Gaby

Gaby R., our Kid Hero this month, had a birthday on September 11.  She attends Lowell Elementary School, and is one AWESOME kid. We’re going to tell you why. Official Kids Mag found out Gaby celebrated her 10th birthday by getting donations for Lowell Animal Shelter.  This is the third...

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Super Hero Kids Answer “Who is Your Real Life Hero?”

This month, Official Kids Mag talked with some Super Hero kids about the power of kindness. Here’s what they had to say… Madelynn C., 9 years old OKM: Imagine you have the Super Hero Power of Kindness. How do you show kindness to your family, friends or school mates?...

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Kid Hero Ruby Kate Chitsey: A Super Power Called Kindness

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 kid hero from Harrison, Arkansas wants to do good, and she’s raised nearly $250,000 through her GoFundMe campaign and charity Facebook page...

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Kid Heroes: Komen Kids Raise Funds for a Cure

Kari N., a breast cancer survivor, calls her son, Charles, an “old soul.” “My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer before I was born,” the 9-year-old Bentonville fourth grader told me. “I really feel lucky she did survive or I wouldn’t be here talking to you right now.”

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It’s Never Too Early: Kid Heroes Volunteer at NWA Food Bank

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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Kid Heroes: Making a Difference for Local Organizations

Bella and Brooke Pierce started volunteering at an early age. The two sisters from Rogers show no sign of slowing down their community involvement any time soon. “So far I’ve volunteered at the animal shelter,” Bella, a student at Elmwood Middle School, said.

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