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Hope Week Events

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - "Hope Week is a community-wide, week-long series of events and activities designed to salute and highlight the spirit of Hope and its importance in the life of our community."

Each year, the NEA Clinic Charitable Foundation hosts Hope Week in an effort to bring out the importance of Hope in our community.

For information about Hope Week, go to www.neacfoundation.org.

Sunday, Sept. 27th - Churches to Highlight Hope

Monday, Sept. 28th - Mid-South Health Systems collects canned goods for the Food Bank of NE Arkansas.  StaffMark is offering Resume building tips from 8-4. Tropical Smoothie will be delivering lunch to cancer patients.

Tuesday, Sept. 29 - Mid-South Health Systems is collecting slightly worn winter coats for men/women who are chronically mentally ill & served by Mid-South.

Wednesday, Sept. 30 - FarmCredit Midsouth Help with "Pizza Ranch" to celebrateAgriculture Day. Mid-South Health Systems Brown Bag Lunch - Short films on hope for depression and illness suffered by children; (Mid-South will provide drinks and deserts) 8 am - 4 pm. StaffMark Job Fair, 3009 E. Nettleton, Shannon Hamrick, 932-9600.  Lunch Donna Cullison with Pruitt Promotions Sandwich tray to chemo patients 11 am.  Andy's Frozen Custard Ice Cream for Pizza Farm for Valley View 2nd Graders at St.Bernards'Auditorium 11 am.   Agriculture Committee of Chamber of Commerce Pizza Farm for ValleyView 2nd Graders at St.Bernards' Auditorium 11:30 am Genentech FREE "Her Story" Breast Cancer Survivor's luncheon Jonesboro Country Club - Call HopeCircle to register, 934-5214, 12:30 pm Genentech FREE"Living withAdvanced Lung Cancer" Lunch Jonesboro Country Club - Call HopeCircle toregister, 934-5214.

Thursday, Oct. 1 - Delta Consolidated Deliver SandwichTray to Chemo Patients.  Mid-South Health Systems collection of household items for elderly (Ecumenical Center and Group Homes)5 - 6 pm NEACCF HopeCircle -Creating Hope in an Hour (Learn to knit & crochet items for patients) HopeCircle, 311 E. Matthews,934-5214.

Friday, Oct. 2 -  8 am - 4 pm StaffMark Interview Building, 3009 E.Nettleton, Shannon Hamrick,932-9600.  Lunch Mid-South Health Systems Free Hot dogs/drink/chips at Mid-South as a "Thank You" and appreciation for the teamwork of area employees.

Saturday, Oct. 3 -  9 am - 12 pm ShareHope "A Walk of Remembrance and Hope" 9 am.-12 pm, Craighead Forest, Access 6.

Tuesday, Oct. 6 - 9 am - 10:30 JHS Party for the student at The Learning Center

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