Local High School Students Film CSC Video

Yesterday at Horton Farms, Champions For Kids held their annual Great Day At The Farm Event to bring together local high school students and nonprofit organizations to make awareness videos and empliment service projects. We had the pleasure of working with service project students from Springdale, Harber, Bentonville, Heritage, and Gravett High Schools. Working together, the students came up with an awareness video for the Children’s Safety Center and a service project that they will empliment through December 1st. After December 1, they will report back to Champions For Kids with the results through video presentation.

CSC Development Director Emily Rappe’ talking with students about the center and brainstorming video ideas.

The video coming to life! Stay tuned for the release of their impactful message!

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