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Tickets now available for prayer luncheon

<p>photo by KENNETH FRY</p><p>Mayor Bob Freeman accepts his Mayor’s Prayer Luncheon tickets from Debbie Foliart, president of the Kiwanis Club of Van Buren.</p>

photo by KENNETH FRY

Mayor Bob Freeman accepts his Mayor’s Prayer Luncheon tickets from Debbie Foliart, president of the Kiwanis Club of Van Buren.

Tickets are on sale for the annual Mayor’s Prayer Luncheon scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 1, at the Van Buren High School Commons Area.

Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Van Buren, the event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Featured speaker will be Josh Foliart, a native of Van Buren.

Tickets are $15 each and are available at the mayor’s office in the Municipal Complex, Turf-Pro USA, Swaim’s Office Supply, BancorpSouth in Van Buren, US Bank in downtown Van Buren and the Crawford County Adult Education Center.

Tickets also can be purchased by calling Traci Wilhelm at (479) 461-3799 or Pam Shreeve at (479) 474-5296 (Monday through Thursday).

Foliart played for the 1996 state championship team as a Pointer and then went on to play football for the Arkansas Razorbacks. After graduating from the University of Arkansas he worked for the Arkansas Athletes Outreach, participating and organizing many mission trips including Honduras, Dominican Republic, India, Bolivia, Morocco and Haiti.

He started and has pastored a ministry in Fayetteville called “The Link” for college students and young adults. In 2010, he founded Kairos, a college student leadership program, now offered by Work Matters in Northwest Arkansas in its ongoing curriculum. Foliart is certified to train the leadership programs P.E.P. by Laurie Beth Jones and “HABITUDE” by Dr. Tim Elmore, a former student of John Maxwell.

Just this past fall, his first book, “Rooted: Reach Deep, Burn Bright, Stand Strong” was published and in January of this year, he and his wife, Cassandra and their two children, Lucas and Sofia, moved to Lima, Peru, to begin work planting churches and growing others to lead ministries. His company, Multipli International, still home-based out of Fayetteville, is a 501C3 foundation that cultivates Leadership Culture, Assistance Culture, Marketplace Culture and Praying Culture.

Business sponsorships for $30 are available.

Proceeds will assist Kiwanis Club with its K-Kids Club events.

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