Students Face Cold For Cause

Posted: December 21, 2012 at 2:50 a.m.

Samantha Farley, from left, 16, Keaton Duersch, 16, Katie Wilson, 17, and Emma Hackett, 17, wave signs at motorists Thursday along Southeast J Street in Bentonville to advertise their donation station in front of Bentonville High School. The students, members of Amnesty International’s Bentonville High School chapter, were taking food donations for the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank and clothing and monetary donations for the Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter. The event continues from 6 to 11 a.m. today. DONATION STATION

A cold wind whipped around a group of Bentonville High School students on Thursday as they raised awareness for the homeless.

This story is only available from our archives.


« Previous Story

Group Seeks Donations, Help

The organizer of the B&B Fund Drive needs volunteers and donations for the annual Christmas dinner and gift exchange. Read »

Next Story »

New Year Brings Changes To College’s Bella Vi...

NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s Bella Vista Center has announced changes to its operation. Read »