Archive for November, 2008

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Bentonville High School YACHT Club Food & Clothing Drive

Nov 17th to Nov 21st was a week that doesn’t happen in very many high schools…after all…what were you interested or concerned with when you were in High School? The Bentonville High School’s YACHT (Youth Against Complacency and Hunger Today) Club sponsered a school wide Food & Clothing Drive to Benefit Seven Hills Homeless Shelter

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dateNovember 21, 2008 userPosted by:

When a “Good Neighbor Food Drive” Becomes More About the “Good Neighbor” than the “Food Drive”…

Below is a story from a Bella Vista neighborhood on part of their experience during their Good Neighbor Food Drive (story told from their perspective)… Before the food drive, we were walking the neighborhood to put notices on the door and one of our neighbors was already prepared and waiting for us with eight or

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dateNovember 12, 2008 userPosted by:

When Someone Returns to Say Thank You…(Good Neighbor Food Drive in Centeron)

Below is an email that Cobblestone Project received from The Way Ministries after a local family conducted a Good Neighbor Food Drive in Centerton.  The story is powerful because within it lies a story of a cycle being broken, people being helped that don’t forget and return to help those that still have need. This

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dateNovember 9, 2008 userPosted by:

Nov Laundry Love Project Continues to Grow!

The Nov edition of Laundry Love Project Fayetteville continued to see an increase in the number of guests and loads of laundry washed. Over 100 loads of laundry washed as LLP hosted approx. 60 guests at Britewash Laundry in Fayetteville. Special help from Einstein’s Bagel Company in Rogers, Ark for donating some very filling (and

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dateNovember 8, 2008 userPosted by:

7th graders make a difference!

Since when did 7th grade students start becoming interested and concerned with hunger and poverty in our community? I know that when I was a teenager that was the farthest thing from my mind. How have these students become so service minded? When 7th grade teacher, Missy Allen, contacted the Cobblestone Project, we had no

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