Despite icy road conditions in Northwest Arkansas, more than 1,000 guests attended Mercy Health Foundation’s 20th annual charity ball, O’Night Divine, Saturday (Dec. 7). The gala is the foundation’s signature fundraiser.
Rachel Money told a gala audience that she was able to be there because bubble gum and comic books helped change her life. The gum and the comics were tokens added to a bag of kitchen staples of cheese, rice and cereal and given to a family struggling to make it.
Unilever hosted on Thursday (Nov. 21) the fourth annual Champions for Kids Conference at the Embassy Suites in Rogers. Champions for Kids is a nonprofit that mobilizes millions of people to improve the lives of children.
Sharon Blentlinger is pretty much a rock star in the world of parochial schools. She has been at the helm of Immaculate Conception Elementary School's leadership for 27 years, after serving as a teacher there for nearly a decade.
Lee and Linda Scott have spent more than 30 years in Northwest Arkansas, and they have no doubts about the benefits the Amazeum, formerly known as The Children’s Museum of Northwest Arkansas, will bring to the region.
Fort Smith-based Trinity Junior High school held Taste of Trinity on Saturday (Nov. 16) to give everyone a taste from all the cultures attending the school. There was something for everyone with foods including Cajun, Asian, Hispanic, German, Cuban, and everything in between.