Art boosts Sunshine School

Posted: November 5, 2017 at 1 a.m.

Greta Thiele (left) with Benton County Master Gardeners helps students at the Sunshine School and Development Center plant flowers in the therapy garden at school. "A Very Special Art Show" on Friday will benefit the school's preschool and community support services.

Julie Barber, Walmart vice president and divisional merchandise manager of snacks, and Erin McCracken, Nickelodeon retail development senior director, will serve as honorary chairwomen for "A Very Special Art Show" Friday to benefit the Sunshine School and Development Center in Rogers.

A Very Special Art Show

Who: Sunshine School and Development Center

What: Works by local artists and Sunshine School students, beer, wine, hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment by Pinetop Renegade

When: 6-8:30 p.m. Friday

Where: The school in Rogers, 2400 Woods Lane

Tickets: Pre-sale, $30; $35 at the door

Information: (479) 636-3190 or

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