Archive for October, 2010

dateOctober 26, 2010 userPosted by:

“Unhealthy Cities: Poverty, Race and Place in America” by Kevin Fitzpatrick & Mark LaGory

“Unhealthy Cities: Poverty, Race and Place in America” by Kevin Fitzpatrick & Mark LaGory Book Signing Event Sat, Nov 6, 2010 at 3:30 pm Nightbird Books (205 West Dickson Street, Fayetteville, AR) Summary The purpose of this book is to show the important role that space and place plays in the health of urban residents, particularly

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dateOctober 25, 2010 userPosted by:

Northwest Arkansas Social Indicators Community Fact Sheet – HOPE 2010

On October 1, 2010 a one-stop service provision event took place in Fayetteville, AR. HOPE 2010, sponsored in part by the Veterans’ Administration, was designed to serve those in need throughout the NWA region. Take a few minutes to read the report (download by clicking imageto the right  ), and if you would like to

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dateOctober 23, 2010 userPosted by:

Faith Victory Kenya Water Projects are Complete!

In November 2009 a $5,000 collection was given during one service by the people present at The Well (part of Fellowship Bible Church).  The money given was collected in order to support the on-going work through Faith Victory Kenya. Today, not one water project, but two water projects have been completed, and there are literally thousands of people every

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dateOctober 13, 2010 userPosted by:

“Why the issue of Fatherlessness?”

On Nov 2nd, the Cobblestone Project is hosting our second “Present in the City” evening together.  For this gathering, we have chosen to focus on the issues of Fatherlessness and have invited Dr. John Sowers, author of “Fatherless Generation” & President of The Mentoring Project, to be our guest. But some may ask, “Why a

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pushpinCategories: Present in the City

dateOctober 12, 2010 userPosted by:

World Garden Closing but Mission Continues

Like so many in our community, we are saddened by news of the closing of World Garden in Bentonville.  Over the past year we have had the privilege of coming alongside their mission, their staff and their family to be a part of a story that goes to the core of what drives the Cobblestone

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pushpinCategories: The Cafe

dateOctober 9, 2010 userPosted by: Launched to Empower Homeless People via Social Media

Mark Horvath, founder of, has been a visible face in our community for the past two years helping bring awareness to the issue of homelessness.  Through the 1,287 Homelessness Awareness Efforts, Mark has been able to break down our stereotypes, exposure the true face of the homeless and create dialogue towards change. However, he

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