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Warehouse Project helping youth rebuild lives

Working to help others, at-risk teens and young men are moving through the process of rebuilding their lives and preparing for a brighter future. They are part of The Warehouse Project, a vision that the Rev. Stephen Brown of Conway brought to reality.

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A trip down Conway High School’s Class of 1952 memory lane

Monday, I had lunch with a few members of the Conway High School class of 1952 and heard stories from their past. They remembered many things, but didn’t recall songs from their school days. They said they had heard so many songs in their lives that they couldn’t connect them to a certain time at that time.

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