Thank you Therese McFall for preparing our monthly goody baskets for our DCFS workers. We know how much they appreciate it!!
The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Department teamed up with Brownsville Baptist Church to meet some needs of local foster youth. Cleburne County Deputy Neal presented two teens with sports gear so they would be ready to play their favorite sport. Many foster children have negative experiences with law enforcement. This partnership allows them to have a positive interaction. Deputy Neal requested a sport’s schedule so that he and other deputies might attend a game this past spring. We want to offer our appreciation to the Sheriff’s Department and Brownsville Baptist Church for funding this project. If you are interested in helping fund more efforts like this please contact The CALL in Cleburne County at (501) 539-2776.
It was a great time at the Ozark Folk Center with Paul Harris and the Cleverly’s. Several of our foster families were able to attend and Felicia and Casey Stone had the opportunity to share their fostering story with the audience at intermission. It was a sold out show and the best part is that all proceeds benefit our neighboring CALL friends in Stone County!
We had a great time talking to Pangburn 6th graders in Karen Wynne’s class! They were so receptive, well behaved, and had some great questions about foster care. We are so excited to have Karen and her students on board to help The CALL!!
This year 9 Cleburne foster families attended Hope Conference at Geyer Springs Baptist Church. Your financial support helped fund the conference fees. This is one way we help equip and encourage our families.
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