Carin Schoppmeyer

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Supporters sow Seeds of Hope

Horses help kids learn, do

Subscriber onlyHealing Gardens of Northwest Arkansas supporters sowed Seeds of Hope at a Garden Party on May 4 at the Barn at the Springs in Springdale. Continue reading...

Arkansas Support Network moves together, marks anniversary

Subscriber onlyArkansas Support Network will welcome athletes of all abilities for the sixth annual Moving Together: Walk-Run-Roll on Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park at Lake Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Fetes focus on scholarships

Foundation, fund interwoven

Subscriber onlyThe Northwest Arkansas Community Foundation welcomed guests to Plant a Seed for education on April 27 at Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food in Bentonville. Continue reading...

Activities to build autism awareness

Autism Involves Me, an autism advocacy and support provider, will host the third annual AIM golf tournament Friday at Kingswood Golf Course in Bentonville. Registration is $500 per foursome. Continue reading...

CASA celebrates success, volunteers

Museum hosts Ungala

Subscriber onlyScott Family Amazeum patrons swapped wingtips and strappy stillettos for snappy sneakers and low-key loafers for an evening of kids' play at the second annual Ungala on April 21 at the children's museum in Bentonville. Continue reading...

Equestrian Bridges on track for therapy

Subscriber onlyBig hats and bow ties will abound at the sixth annual Mini Derby to benefit Equestrian Bridges on Saturday at Parkerman Stables in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Shoe shoppers support mental health

Saving Grace blooms

Subscriber onlyOzark Guidance Foundation supporters were treated to a private preview and a chance to shop the Walk a Mile In My Shoes benefit sale of new and gently used shoes and handbags on April 13, the eve of the sale for the general public at the Holiday Inn in Springdale. Continue reading...

Backers boost Bost Inc.

Clinic lauds volunteers

Subscriber onlyWelcome Health: Northwest Arkansas' Free Health Center lauded two longtime volunteers, Mary Alice Serafini and pediatrician Dr. David Jackson, at the organization's A Toast to Health on April 7 at the Arkansas Air and Military Museum in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

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Ronald McDonald House a home away from home

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Life Styles celebrates

Komen gives grants

Subscriber onlyLife Styles Inc. and guests were "Breaking Barriers" at the nonprofit organization's 30th annual Celebration of Possibilities Luncheon March 14 at the Fayetteville Town Center. Continue reading...

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Brian and Tammy Chase (from left), Jeff Palmer and Janet and Frank Seaton help support Bost Inc. at ...

Brian and Tammy Chase (from left), Jeff Palmer and Janet and Frank Seaton help support Bost Inc. at the Northwest Arkansas Chef an...

Published: April 22, 2018

Robbie Brightwell (from left), Kaye Weathers, Anna Laswelll, Kelly Johnson, Elaine Thompson, Samanth...

Robbie Brightwell (from left), Kaye Weathers, Anna Laswelll, Kelly Johnson, Elaine Thompson, Samantha Patton, Lora Fox and Kathy L...

Published: April 8, 2018

Scott and Jessica Bolle (from left) and Holly and Matt Hicks Paint the Town Red with the American He...

Scott and Jessica Bolle (from left) and Holly and Matt Hicks Paint the Town Red with the American Heart Association on Jan. 19 at ...

Published: January 28, 2018

Chuck and Terri Erwin (from left), Olivia Tyson, Fred Scarborough and Trisha Montague, Arkansas Chil...

Chuck and Terri Erwin (from left), Olivia Tyson, Fred Scarborough and Trisha Montague, Arkansas Children's Northwest chief adminis...

Published: January 14, 2018

University of Arkansas Chancellor Joe Steinmetz and wife Sandy (from left) and Monica and Victor Wil...

University of Arkansas Chancellor Joe Steinmetz and wife Sandy (from left) and Monica and Victor Wilson, Chancellor's Society hono...

Published: November 5, 2017

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