GRAVETTE Dear Editor:
My son, Luke Garrett, who lives in Centerton, has been collecting toys and other items to take to the Navajo reservation in Arizona in December. Someone must
On Thursday, November 19, several employees of Arvest Bank in Gravette came to the Care & Share store to do Random Acts of Kindness for our customers. They paid the first $1 of each purchase for the first 50 patrons. As our cashiers checked out each person, they told each one that Arvest Bank in Gravette was responsible for the kindness.
While the shoppers enjoyed their pleasant reward, the workers behind the have heard about it and left a box of toys on my doorstep.
I don’t know who to thank for their kindness but I know he appreciates the donation and we both thank you.
scene were also awarded Acts of Kindness by the bank employees as they volunteered to help sort, hang and package items going out to the store for sale.
We wish to publicly thank Arvest Bank in Gravette and their employees for the kindnesses they show to the community and especially thank them for their day at Care & Share.
Care & Share
Directors and Workers
Miriam Rowe, President
News, Pages 7 on 11/25/2009
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