Action center gives area teens a chance to feel good, do good

Posted: January 15, 2017 at 1 a.m.

Tina Lane and her daughter, Ember, are attending a play group as part of Teen Action and Support Center’s First Steps Program. “They don’t get a lot of opportunities to just play, so this is an important time of bonding for them,” says Executive Director Madi Hutson.
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Tina Lane and her daughter, Ember, are attending a play group as part of Teen Action and Support Center’s First Steps Program. “They don’t get a lot of opportunities to just play, so this is an important time of bonding for them,” says Executive Director Madi Hutson.

There's a small, cute, white house on New Hope Road in Rogers, set back far from the road. An "Open" sign in the window and multiple cars in the driveway are the only clues that this isn't a home but is, in fact, the flagship office of the nonprofit Teen Action and Support Center.

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What: A casino-themed TASC fundraiser

When: 6:30 p.m. (VIP Reception, 5:30 p.m.) January 28

Where: John Q. Hammons Center, 3303 S. Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers

Cost: $100

Information: www.tascnwa.org/ainwa

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