Hope Most cancers

The Wellness Heart for Hope at Hope Most cancers Sources presents a yoga, meditation and health class for most cancers sufferers and caregivers in particular person, through Zoom and YouTube.

Their group of counselors and social staff help most cancers sufferers and their households every single day with a give attention to emotional well being, regardless of the circumstances.

A licensed tobacco therapy specialist is obtainable to help these seeking to give up smoking with nicotine alternative remedy and counseling.

These in want of medical provides, liquid vitamin or sturdy medical tools, corresponding to bathe chairs or walkers, are requested to succeed in out. Donations of recent or gently used objects are additionally accepted.

Data: (479) 361-5847 or hopecancerresources.org.

Writers’ Colony

The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hole is providing “Storytelling By way of the 5 Senses,” a workshop by Jennifer Moore. The 5 senses are a part of the shared human expertise; incorporating them into one’s writing could be a highly effective approach for a author to attach with readers. The workshop is from midday to 1:30 pm July 28 at 515 Spring St. in Eureka Springs. The category charge is $25, and all proceeds profit the WCDH scholarship fund.

“Storytelling By way of the 5 Senses” will train individuals the best way to weave evocative, sensory element into their writing. The teacher will share the science behind why sensory storytelling is uniquely highly effective.

Information: writerscolony.org/occasions.

Crimson Cross

The American Crimson Cross and Discovery are partnering for Shark Week and invite individuals to dive in to assist save lives by giving blood in July. The Crimson Cross noticed a steep drop in blood and platelet donations final month, and donors are requested to make appointments now to forestall a blood scarcity this summer time.

Because of Discovery, all who come to present blood in July will robotically be entered for an opportunity to win an unique Shark Week merchandise bundle that features a seashore bike, smokeless transportable hearth pit, paddle board, kayak and a $500 present card to place towards equipment.

Those that come to present July 21-24 will get an unique Shark Week T-shirt from Discovery, whereas provides final. Particulars can be found at rcblood.org/sharkweek.

Upcoming blood donation alternatives July 7-31:

• Bella Vista: noon-4 pm July 21, First United Methodist Church, 20 Boyce Drive; 10am-3pm July 26, New Life Christian Church, 103 Riordan Highway

• Bentonville: 11 am-4 pm July 14, McLarty Daniel Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, 2201 SE Moberly Lane; 9 am-2 pm July 15, St. Stephens Catholic Church, 1300 NE J St.; 10 am-3 pm July 18, Bentonville Hearth and Police, 800 SW A St.; 11 am-3 pm July 26, Bentonville Plaza, 609 SW Eighth St.; 10 am-3 pm July 29, Bentonville Church of Christ, 708 N. Walton Blvd.

• Centerton: 12:30-5:30 pm July 18, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 950 Seba Highway

• Rogers: 10 am-2 pm July 11, Frisco Station Mall, 100 N. Dixieland Highway; noon-5 pm July 12, Rogers Christian Church, 2501 West Oak St.; 9 am-1 pm July 19, Rogers Conference Heart, 3201 Pinnacle Hills Parkway; 10 am-2 pm July 19, and noon-4 pm July 20, Heart for Nonprofits, 1200 West Walnut; 12:30-5:30 pm July 20, Sunnyside Baptist Church, 210 East Locust St.; 10 am-3 pm July 21, Everest Rehabilitation Hospital, 4313 S. Nice Crossing Blvd.; noon-5 pm July 25, Kellogg, 5111 W JB Hunt Drive, Suite 100

• Jasper: 11 am-4 pm July 22, Jasper Excessive Faculty, 600 Faculty St.

• Farmington: noon-5 pm July 28, Farmington Junior Excessive, 278 West Major St.

• Fayetteville: 10 am-3 pm July 11, Fayetteville Athletic Membership, 2920 East Zion Highway; 1-5 pm July 18, Fayetteville Public Library, 401 W. Mountain St.; 9 am-2 pm July 21, Medical Arts Pharmacy, 2515 East Huntsville Highway; 9 am-2 pm July 22, Medical Arts Pharmacy, 2515 East Huntsville Highway

• Springdale: 11 am-4 pm July 14, Knights of Columbus Corridor, 267 N. Barrington Highway; 12:30-5:30 pm July 15, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints-Springdale, 6738 Lynch’s Prairie Courtroom; 9 am-2 pm July 31, St. Raphael Catholic Church, 1386 S West Finish St.

Data: redcrossblood.org or name (800-) 733-2767.

Cyber ​​safety class

A free cyber safety class on “Understanding the Risks of Social Media” shall be offered by Gregg Robbins from 9:30 to 11 am July 16 on the First Presbyterian Church of Rogers library, 1901 S. twenty sixth St. in Rogers.

Learn to defend your self and your loved ones on the web. “Understanding the Risks of Social Media” explores how social media manipulates us, invades our privateness, and who makes use of that data.

No particular technical abilities are required; the presentation is for a broad viewers and is appropriate for center college age and above. Open question-and-answer time will observe the presentation.

The teacher, Gregg Robbins, runs the company safety program for Watco Firms, which is a $1.3 billion transportation and logistics firm based mostly out of Pittsburg, Kan., with greater than 400 workplace places in 4 nations. In addition to being answerable for the cyber safety program for Watco, he’s a speaker on quite a lot of cyber safety matters at each native faculties and occasions in addition to nationwide occasions and conferences.

Class area is proscribed.

Information: fpcrogers.com.

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