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Jenga, jumbo Connect 4 part of BrunchFest fun

by Kimberly Dishongh | June 6, 2021 at 2:03 a.m.
Allie Edwards, Sandy Smith, Hillis Schild and Melissa Hendricks on 05/29/21 at BrunchFest, Heifer Village. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/Kimberly Dishongh)

The Emerging Leaders Young Professionals hosted the Centers for Youth and Families annual BrunchFest on May 22 at Heifer Village.

BrunchFest supporters picked up their BrunchFest passes, valid through Aug. 31, with coupons for 30 Central Arkansas eateries.

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B98.5 provided music for the event, and artist Meagan Davis painted a Little Rock scene as guests looked on. Jenga blocks and jumbo wooden Connect 4 games provided low-key fun for supporters who turned out to sip mimosas, dine on food truck fare and support Centers for Youth and Families.

Passes are still available for $45 each through the Centers for Youth and Families website.

-- Story and photos by Kimberly Dishongh

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