Clorox Helps Children’s Advocacy Center & Restoration Village!

Keeping a house full of children clean may seem like a never ending task.  However, a little help was on the way.  Germs beware! A special thanks to Abby Kaler (Abby.Kaler@clorox.com) for thinking of the CAC/RV and coordinating a HUGE donation of Clorox Wet Wipes. Thanks to Clorox for their support…great...

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Bentonville’s Lochmoor Club donates 850+ lbs of Food!

The Arkansas Razorback game on Saturday may not have done anything for the residents of NW Arkansas, but Sunday’s Good Neighbor Food Drive collected over 850+ lbs of food for the Samaritan Community Center in Rogers. To date that brings the total Good Neighbor Food Drive donations to 2,450 lbs of food in just two short weekends! Thanks to the residents of Lochmoor Club in Bentonville for their amazing generousity and making the 2nd Food Drive a huge success! This Initiative continues to show that with everyone pitching in just a little, huge progress can be made in working towards a...

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College Place Good Neighbor Food Drive Hauls in 1,500 lbs of Food!

What an amazing day in Bentonville on Saturday, Oct 18th!  College Place neighborhood donated an amazing 1,500 lbs of food that was donated to the Samaritan Community Center! What an amazing demonstration of the generous hearts that call College Place home. Special thanks to the neighborhood volunteers to gave of their time so generously. Mark, Kecia, Carter & Loren Schwab Matt & Luke Loveless Travis, Tami & Hadlee Newell Shane & Logan Pollard Dant & Dillon Dexter Benny & Elaine...

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Special Edition Good Neighbor Food Drive receives 500+ lbs of Food Donations!

Chick-Fil-A owner Scott Clark was generous enough to allow Cobblestone Project to use their parking lot on Sunday to try and raise awareness of the hunger issue in NW Arkansas and provide a special drop off point for food donations. We are thankful for the many people who took a small detour from their days to drop off this food. The food donated was delivered to the Samaritan Community Center in Rogers and to Restoration Village in Little Flock. Great opportunity to serve to great organizations that were in need. Thanks to all the volunteers to came up to support and work the drop off...

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Restoration Village Service Day – Chainsaws & Clothing

The Oct 2nd Saturday at Restoration Village provided many opportunities for people to engage in meeting not only the needs of the Village but also of some local clothing providers. The sounds of chainsaws filled the air at the Village as we began the process of cutting down dead trees to use as fire wood for the heater at the Lodge. Lots of volunteers, lots of wood, and now we are just about ready to start splitting. Nov will be a great month for that. On another note, a group of ladies attacked the winter clothing that was in the storage shed. All the clothes were inventoried and the there...

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