Thursday, October 11, 2012
Faith & Fitness (Health Education)
Location: 1351 S Morningside Dr in Fayetteville
Exactly what is sounds like! We do a devotional, and then get into the workout! The class is every Monday and Thursday from 7-8:15pm. anyone can come! Its free! Bring an exercise mat and (2) 5lbs dumb bells!
Champions for Kids Social Impact Forum (workshop)
Location: Springdale Holiday Inn
CNN senior political analyst Alex Castellanos and a host of top flight presenters headline the 3rd annual event that will feature more than 20 workshops through-out the day. Take part in top-to-top forums with notable national leaders who will share cause marketing plans, advanced social media workshops, along with educator and youth leadership summits. More details on-line at championsforkids.org
Wisdom at Work Conference Registration (Registration)
Location: Global Campus, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Who Should Attend? Business Leaders, Academics, Faith and Spiritual Leaders, Change Agents, Students. The conference will include sections: wisdom of business, of healthcare, in research, and in change. Register now before it's too late!
Gallons To-Go Fundraiser (Fundraiser)
Location: Chick-fil-A, Rogers
Chick-fil-A (Rogers' stores only) is having a Tea Fundraiser for the SCC the month of October. For each gallon of tea sold in October, Chick-fil-A will donate $1 to the Samaritan Community Center.
Cookbook Love Letter to Hot and Spicy Jellies (Public Service Announcement)
Pittsburgh, Pa. (October 4, 2012) - First, it was hot sauce and salsa that grabbed us by the taste buds...and now it's pepper jellies. Sweet Heat (St. Lynn's Press, Oct. 15, 2012) is a single-ingredient cookbook by Hillary Danner and Maria Newman, the gourmet condiment ladies from Jenkins Jellies. The starring ingredient is their hot 'n sweet, mostly-organic and devilishly popular Hell Fire Pepper Jelly. Gwyneth Paltrow gives an enthusiastic thumbs-up in her foreword to the book, and on her lifestyle blog GOOP.Chef Mario Batali says: "Jenkins Jellies Hell Fire Pepper Jelly is my new condiment of choice. It dances right on the edge of spicy and sweet in a delicious tango of provocation and pleasure. One warning: it is highly addictive!"Daphne Oz, co-host of TV's The Chew, says:"Forget a pinch of salt or spoonful of sugar. All you need is some Hell Fire! In your hands is a veritable treasure trove of deliciously easy and sinfully flavorful recipes starring one of my favorite culinary finds?My advice: buy in bulk!"With recipes from family, friends, chefs and fans, Hillary and Maria dish up 50 smile-inducing, eye-watering ways to add pizzazz to everyone's favorite treats - from kickin' appetizers to smokin' desserts. Sweet Heat is Hillary and Maria's love letter to the pleasures of their Hell Fire Pepper Jelly (and to pepper jellies everywhere). Full-color recipe photos throughout.
Arkansas Support Network Christmas (Donations)
Location: Arkansas Support Network
Arkansas Support Network is in desperate need of your help. We serve individuals with disabilities and their families in NWA. Every year, we provide holiday food, warm clothes, and gifts to individuals with disablities who would otherwise not have a Christmas. This year, we have over 200 qualified individuals (adults and children) and we are needing community support to meet these needs. Without community help, these adults and children will go without. For more information, contact LaDonna Meredith at 479-927-4100
Mid-America Food Ministry (Community Outreach)
Time: 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Location: Fayetteville First Church of the Nazarene
Mid-America Food Ministry is your opportunity to purchase a low-cost, high-quality box of food to help your family make ends meet in these difficult times. This service is a non-profit community outreach for the sole purpose of helping make sure people have the food they need. Place your order by Oct 21st. Pick-up time is Oct 27th, 8-9 AM. Please Contact Harry Oxford at 957-1598 or at 521-5870 for more information.
2012 Henkel Global Leadership Conference/Social Impact Forum (Conference)
Time: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Springdale Holiday Inn
The conference is in its third year and features more than 20 workshops and forums during the day. Attendees will hear from Castellanos and can choose from such notables as David Hessekiel, President of Cause Marketing, Forum Marketing and Corporate Initiatives That Build A Better World, Greater New Orleans New Leaders Executive Director Adren Wilson, Do.Something.org CTO George Weiner, Collective Bias Chief Social Marketing Officer Ted Rubin, University of Arkansas Executive Director of Development Mark Power, Children’s National Medical Center Associate VP for Corporate and Community Giving Steven Miller and CMN Hospitals Chief Corporate Partnership Officer Clark Sweat, among others.Cost is $269 if purchased before Sept. 21 when the price goes to $319. The non-profit rate is $99 until Sept. 21 when it becomes $149. The conference begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 5 p.m. For additional information go to championsforkids.org.
Camp War Eagle Recruiting (Summer Camp)
Time: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Location: University of Arkansas Union
Camp War Eagle will be recruiting college aged students at the University of Arkansas Oct 8-12th. We are seeking out people that Love God and kids and want to impact their lives for Christ this coming summer. See our website for more details.
Healing Room (Community Outreach)
Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Location: River of Life Church, Bentonville
Sandy and Wayne Warmack, state directors for John G. Lake Ministries, are available to minister in physical healing each thursday. Walk-ins are welcome. The ministry is based on scriptual based instruction. For more information, go to www.gwhr.us