OPINION | Carin Schoppmeyer: Children’s Safety Center of Washington County hails helpers; Magdalene Serenity House welcomes new executive director Takama Statton-Brooks

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Gisela Talbert (from left), Melissa Sisemore, Maegan Hodge, Simone Lewis Singh, Jodi Greve, Corina Tuggle and Morgan Sachs, Junior League of Northwest Arkansas board members, stand for a photo at the Handprints for Hope Luncheon on March 12 at the Fayetteville Public Library. The group was recognized by the Children's Safety Center of Washington County as the 2024 Helping Hands Outstanding Organization.
(NWA Democrat-Gazette/Carin Schoppmeyer)
Gisela Talbert (from left), Melissa Sisemore, Maegan Hodge, Simone Lewis Singh, Jodi Greve, Corina Tuggle and Morgan Sachs, Junior League of Northwest Arkansas board members, stand for a photo at the Handprints for Hope Luncheon on March 12 at the Fayetteville Public Library. The group was recognized by the Children's Safety Center of Washington County as the 2024 Helping Hands Outstanding Organization. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Carin Schoppmeyer)

The Children's Safety Center of Washington County lauded community members and raised more than $40,000 at the eighth annual Handprints for Hope Luncheon on March 12 at the Fayetteville Public Library.

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