Submitted photo PIT STOP: Lakeside High School students, from left, Leah Buentello, Kevin Henson and Tarynn Yates recently presented their plans to the United Way of the Ouachitas to organize a mini job fair in January to complement the annual homeless Point-In-Time Count. Classmates Nicole Jones and Elizabeth Kalinowsky in Cody Lambert's Tools for Learning course joined the group to help organize the event and provide resources for the less fortunate.

Submitted photo PIT STOP: Lakeside High School students, from left, Leah Buentello, Kevin Henson and Tarynn Yates recently presented their plans to the United Way of the Ouachitas to organize a mini job fair in January to complement the annual homeless Point-In-Time Count. Classmates Nicole Jones and Elizabeth Kalinowsky in Cody Lambert's Tools for Learning course joined the group to help organize the event and provide resources for the less fortunate.

Students plan event to employ homeless

By Jay Bell
This article was published September 27, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Eighth-grade students at Lakeside High School are partnering with the United Way of the Ouachitas to expand outreach to the homeless community and offer new pathways to employment and a better life.

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