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CNV Children’s Fair in Fayetteville, AR

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.21.14

Coalition To Stand With All The Children
Fayetteville AR –  September 21, 2014
ALL CHILDREN’S FAIR: WELCOMING FEET IN MOTION

Today’s All Children’s Fair was great! The event was intended to raise awareness about and funds for the refugee childern at the border as well as children in need here in Fayetteville. The turnout was over 200, the activities kept swarms of kids happy and engaged all afternoon, the speakers were informative, and the music was delightful! The Children of the Earth March, held in love and solidarity with the #PeoplesClimateMarch was especially sweet. Our mayor and a member of our City Council attended. We also had film crews from two tv stations and a photographer from our local newspaper come as well. So the day was truly a success!

Photo Credit: Fayetteville Free Zone

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