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There is a lot of good happening in Conway. Where can you find that good? Here we discuss the people and organizations that make a difference in the life of every day Conway residents. It might be meeting your local barista, a race to raise money, a great non-profit or a volunteer who loves what he or she does.

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The Children’s Advocacy Alliance (CAA) hosts annual party for foster children in Faulkner County

Conway, AR, Monday, December 17, 2018 — The Children’s Advocacy Alliance (CAA) hosted the annual Christmas party for foster children in Faulkner County in the first week of December at Bob’s Grill in downtown Conway. “I am so thankful for Bob’s Grill for allowing us year after year to use their facility so that these …

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ConwayGives Brings Together Homeless Agencies on Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, make an impact on the Conway homeless community like never before by participating in #ConwayGives. What is Giving Tuesday? Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. Giving Tuesday …

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Amanda Trice

Meet your Barista: Amanda Trice

Who knew that knowing who your favorite band of all time would help you get hired. Such is the case with Amanda Trice of Round Mountain Coffee. And for the record, she gives her answer below. I’m not giving it away. I remember Amanda as one of the original baristas at Round Mountain, but then …

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Festival of Chairs 2018

Jeff And Nancy Hall Named Honorary Chairs Of The 2018 Festival Of Chairs Benefiting Central Arkansas Kids

Children’s Advocacy Alliance awards an honoree chair each year for Festival of Chairs to recognize their dedication to the betterment of abused and neglected children. CONWAY, Ark. Sept. 4, 2017 – The Children’s Advocacy Alliance (CAA) celebrates its 17th annual Festival of Chairs to be held Thursday, October 25, 2018, at Legacy Acres. As the …

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Shana Mullaney fitness instructor

This month we are featuring Shana Mullaney, fitness instructor extraordinaire in Conway. A couple of weeks ago, I asked the question on Facebook about favorite fitness instructors. The response blew me away. I got lots of replies and one lady kept coming up, Shana Mullaney As fate would have it, I met her earlier this year …

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Local Community Foundation Names Mehl Executive Director

Local Community Foundation Names Mehl Executive Director and Four Local Advisory Board Members Conway, Ark. (July 25, 2018) – The Faulkner County affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation today announced the appointment of Shelley Mehl as Executive Director and four new members to join the existing 20-member board. Mehl replaces Gloria Cheshier who recently retired. Bobby …

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Meet your Barista: Finn Havens

This month’s Meet your Barista is Finn Havens from Blue Sail Coffee. Finn is a native of Greenbrier, Arkansas. Finn loves to wear his fursuit. He has been known to show up places in town wearing one of his fursuits. Finn has been working with coffee going back to his days working at Streetside Creperie. …

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Austin Keith

Meet your Barista: Austin Keith

This month’s Meet your Barista is Austin Keith from Round Mountain Coffee. Originally from Greenwood, AR, Austin Keith has been hanging his hat in Conway for about four years now. He is the oldest of 5 siblings and a musician. He loves writing music and plays with a band called Bro. Bera. Austin isn’t just a …

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