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Partygoers stay home for Potluck

By Libby Smith

This article was published March 29, 2015 at 2:19 a.m.

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Dr. Laura Lamps and husband Paul Ward kid around in the storage area of Potluck Food Rescue for Arkansas in North Little Rock. They are co-chairmen for “Not at All a Ball,” Potluck’s non-event fundraiser.

Dr. Laura Lamps and husband Paul Ward practice operating the pallet mover at the headquarters of Potluck Food Rescue for Arkansas. The facility is sta...

It all started with chicken takeout.

Dr. Laura Lamps and husband Paul Ward practice operating the pallet mover at the headquarters of Potluck Food Rescue for Arkansas. The facility is sta...

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