Crockpot Wednesday: Going Gray for Julie-May 9, 2018

 

 

Julie Session is fighting a brave effort against brain cancer.  She was so motivated to help the local cancer centers raise money to fight the disease with her that she started her own non-profit! Here’s the link to her race May 19th. 

 

Crockpot Chocolate Candy

1 – 24 oz pkgs of chocolate flavored almond bark
2 – 24 oz pkgs of vanilla flavored almond bark
1 – 16 oz jar of salted dry roasted peanuts
1 – 16 oz jar of unsalted dry roasted peanuts
2 – 11 oz bags of nestle milk chocolate or peanut butter flavored morsels
In a large crock pot
Pour both jars of peanuts in
Place 1 vanilla almond bark on top of peanut layer
Place 1 chocolate almond bark on top of vanilla
Place last vanilla almond bark on top of chocolate
Pour in both bags of morsels
Cool on low for 3 hours, then spoon out on wax paper.

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Restaurants Participating in World Food Day

Restaurants Participating in World Food Day

10% of your ticket at the following restaurants will go toward Heifer International! All Aboard Restaurant and Grill The Faded Rose Graffiti’s Italian Restaurant Petit & Keet – Bar and Grill The Pizza Cafe Taziki’s Chenal Trio’s US Pizza – Rodney Parham @ The Corner Dizzy’s Gypsy Bistro Doe’s Eat Place Fassler Hall Ira’s Restaurant…

Hurricane Relief

Hurricane Relief

How can you help our neighbors in Florida and Georgia? Follow this link…

375 Kids Waiting to be Adopted in Arkansas Need YOUR Help

375 Kids Waiting to be Adopted in Arkansas Need YOUR Help

Project Zero is a local non-profit organization that seeks to find the right forever family for every waiting child in Arkansas.  Can you believe there are 375 kids in our state who are looking for a family to call their own? Kevin and Robyn spoke with Project Zero‘s Kandace Gerber about what YOU can do…

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