Millennials help homeless peers at Fayetteville's 7 Hills

Posted: April 9, 2017 at 1:08 a.m.

Robert Stufflebeam Jr. (left photo) is assisted March 14 by Jordan Wheelus, 20, of Rogers, to select a variety of clothes and shoes in the clothing room at center. Community service was a requirement for graduating from Wheelus’ high school in St. Louis. She’s continuing the practice as she attends college.

Justin Savage spreads out a sheet of plastic in the library at 7 Hills Homeless Center and places a hardback chair on it. The licensed hairdresser pulls out an assortment of barber tools and begins cutting hair for male and female clients. Savage, with Kith & Kin Hair Co., cuts and styles at the center for free every other Thursday.

Jessica Hopkins, 29, leaves her tent Feb. 17 to return to the 7 Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville. Hopkins, who prefers to camp alone, recently be...

Justin Savage, 27, with Kith & Kin Hair Company, shaves Cody Richardson’s hair Feb. 23 in the computer lab at 7 Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville....

Cody McConnell, 28, reviews paperwork March 10 in the green Saturn station wagon parked at the 7 Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville. McConnell, who...

Courtney Hardy (center), 21, visits Feb. 23 with Joel Beal, 22, both seniors at UA’s Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, as she cleans Russell LaFarlette’...

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