Clinic lauds volunteers
Welcome Health: Northwest Arkansas' Free Health Center lauded two longtime volunteers, Mary Alice Serafini and pediatrician Dr. David Jackson, at the organization's A Toast to Health on April 7 at the Arkansas Air and Military Museum in Fayetteville.
Ronald McDonald House a home away from home
Komen gives grants
Life Styles Inc. and guests were "Breaking Barriers" at the nonprofit organization's 30th annual Celebration of Possibilities Luncheon March 14 at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Chaddie Kumpe Platt and Charlie Platt (from left) and Alisa Williams help support Soldier On Service Dogs.
Up and coming fashion designers, stylists, photographers, models and production teams will have time in the spotlight during the spring 2018 Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week series of runway shows.
Havenwood takes journey
Havenwood supporters joined the organization as it marked its 25th year of service at the annual Journey Gala on Feb. 24 at Metroplex Event Center in Rogers. Tony Waller, Walmart senior director of constituent relations, served as the evening's master of ceremonies.
Chefs chip in
Chase Family Foundation backers and area chefs helped raise over $30,000 and let the good times roll at the foundation's Chase the Blues Away Mardi Gras benefit Feb. 13 at the Fayetteville Town Center.
The competition is heating up for the Chilirhea cookoff March 10. Forty local professional and amateur chefs will square off to create their best chili concoctions on site. Then a panel of 12 judges will taste and vote. Judges will award prizes for best chili and best execution of this year's western theme. A People's Choice Award will go to the chili maker who receives the most votes -- in the form of $1 tokens -- from event guests
Children’s Shelter offers safety and hope
Tell us about your organization: The Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter is a private, nonprofit organization that provides 24-hour emergency residential care to children who are victims of family violence, neglect and physical and sexual abuse. The Children's Shelter is designed to meet the needs of these children by providing them with a safe and loving environment to reduce the trauma they have experienced through nurturing and support. We are staffed and ready, day and night, to take in and care for children in crisis. Children stay for up to 45 days before being placed in another foster-care setting or returning to their families.