All shades of stray benefit from fundraiser
The Mad Hatters Ball on Oct. 23 to benefit the Eureka Springs School of the Arts drew Bad Hatters, Shades of Artists Past, tequila shaman and other madly hatted characters to the 13th annual hat-required benefit. Guests at the nonprofit group's largest fundraiser at the 1886 Crescent Hotel and Spa in Eureka Springs enjoyed a taco bar, hat contest and live music from Ultra Suede. Continue reading...
Food pantry named for Gearhart
Karen and John Scholes opened their Rogers home for the Children's Advocacy Center of Northwest Arkansas' Sweetest Day gathering Oct. 17. The evening served as an opportunity to spread awareness and raise money for the center that provides a safe, child-friendly place for child abuse victims and their families to receive services. Continue reading...
I have spent my life in a vocational ministry either as a youth pastor, pastor or on staff at a local church before starting LifeSource -- always wanting to help and care for people. Continue reading...