GALLERY: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Globe photographers followed the progress of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition crews as they worked on seven homes in Joplin.
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- GALLERY: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Globe photographers followed the progress of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition crews as they worked on seven homes in Joplin.
DONATE: Boomtown Days announces partnership with Restore Joplin
Boomtown Days and Restore Joplin will partner together to provide Boomer Bands for 500 local children to attend Boomtown Days for free from Aug. 25-27.
DONATE: St. Louis theater extends hand to Joplin
It almost sounds like the name of a play — “Filling the Horse Trailer for Joplin.”
And with its mix of tragedy, kindness and hope, it probably could be something produced on a stage.
Donate: Art auction planned to raise money for Joplin School District
Local business Images In Tile and a noted marine-life artist are auctioning off two pieces of art to raise money for the Joplin School District’s art programs. One piece is a floor mural that Images In Tile replicated from artwork by Robert Wyland, who uses only the name Wyland.
Concert to benefit widowed tornado victim
Rich McCready, Joe and Derek Rhatigan of Head Change and Jason Sain and the Foolhearted will perform during the Don Lansaw Memorial Benefit and Silent Auction. The event will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Schifferdecker Park.
DONATE: Joplin schools receive donations
Joplin schools received donations this week totaling more than $19,000, including donations from Lions Club International, Jim West, a former city councilman, and the Joplin High School class of 1953.
DONATE: Joplin looks to replant state tree after tornado
A Joplin recovery group is seeking contributions to replace thousands of distinctive trees lost in the May 22 tornado.
DONATE: Tornado photos to raise money, awareness
When Jim Forbes, a chief photographer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, came to Joplin on May 23, he started taking pictures.
Kansas City singer’s return to Joplin includes three benefits
With proceeds going to rebuilding St. John’s Regional Medical Center, the Rock 4 Heart & Home benefit concert -- dubbed “Part II” -- kicks off tonight and continues through the weekend.
DONATE: Tickets available for ‘Restore Fest’
A music festival featuring some of the top names in Christian music is set for Friday, July 29, at Landreth Park.
“Restore Fest” will feature performances by Mercy Me, Hawk Nelson, Abandon, Mandisa, Stars Go Dim, The Museum, The Letter Black, Write This Down and others.
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