SUNNY SIDE UP
People and organizations working to end hunger in Arkansas were honored Sept. 20 at the Hunger Action Breakfast held in the ballroom of the Junior League of Little Rock Building.
Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde -- who was a co-chairman of the event with his wife, Jeanne -- noted that the honorees were "truly making a difference in the lives of Arkansans."
The Acting Out Against Hunger award winners were Drury Hoover; Mark Warner; Arkansas Cattlemen's Association; Baptist Health and the Little Rock School District; St. Francis County Food Pantry; First Security Bank; Tyson Foods; Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship golf tournament hosted by P&G; and Beverly Kay Adams and the Howard County Department of Human Services.
The award winners were nominated by the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance and six Feeding America food bank members from across Arkansas. The breakfast was hosted by the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, a network of more than 440 Arkansas hunger relief organizations.Gallery: Hunger Action Breakfast
High Profile on 09/30/2018
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