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Fayetteville Launches Month Of Compassion

Posted: February 9, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Being aware of compassion builds more compassion, according to Elise Burt, a Veterans Center volunteer.

At A Glance

Compassion Fayetteville Events

An open mic night to share stories about moments of compassion will be held at 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at Maxine’s Tap Room, 107 N. Block Ave. Other events include a roundtable discussion with international students involved with the Ozark Literacy Council on Feb. 13; a film screening highlighting Fayetteville’s Oak Cemetery, Feb. 16; a series of servant leadership classes, beginning Feb. 17; and the unveiling of a “buddy bench” at Washington Elementary School, Feb. 28. A list of events can be found at the website compassionfayetteville.wordpress.com.

Source: Staff Report

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