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Rock the House! is a benefit concert supporting those experiencing poverty in the Ozarks hosted by Brentwood Christian Church. All proceeds benefit the following organizations serving the most vulnerable members of our community: Eden Village, The Kitchen/Rare Breed, Harmony House, Victory Mission, and the...

"On this day in history, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Economic Opportunity Act, U.S. Public Law 88-452 (78 STAT 508). The bill approved $1 billion for social programs to combat poverty. In his Annual Message to Congress in January of that year, the President had...

In response to the government shutdown in December and January, on 1/19/19, the OACAC Greene County Center hosted a collaborative meeting for community agencies and non-profits to objectively discuss the impact of the shutdown, share relevant and factual information from funding sources, and collectively determine strategies that could be...

On January 17, 2019, OACAC hosted a community collaborative meeting with more than 20 area non-profit organization representatives. The purpose: Community agencies and non-profits will objectively discuss the current impact of the government shutdown, share relevant and factual information from funding sources, and collectively determine...

Are you receiving Food Stamps? Do you live in Christian or Greene County? Do you have a child or children living in your home? Are you looking for a job, a better job, or additional skills? If you've answered yes to these questions, we would like...

11/11/17: Join us for our annual 1984 fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 11 when the doors open early at 1:30pm for this most radically fun event. Admission is $7.50 per person which includes all play on more than 75 classic video games. In addition to the fun, bring...

The 7th annual Queen City Shout music festival will take place on C-street August 24th-27th. Over the course of four days, festival goers will have an opportunity to experience and enjoy 55 area bands and songwriters of varying genres featured across five stages. Attendees will...

"Emily, a freshman at Hollister High School, files into the gymnasium with 49 of her fellow freshmen. She sits in a chair labeled “Isaacs” and looks around the gym, which has been set up with tables along the perimeter labeled with signs, “Home Sweet Home,” “REALL Fast Money,” “Social Services,”...