501 Life Magazine | Winter edition of 501 Kids now hitting the streets
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Winter edition of 501 Kids now hitting the streets

The latest edition of 501 Kids – the winter issue – is hitting the streets.

“We are excited to feature Isabella Denys in the cover story in our latest edition of 501 Kids,” said 501 LIFE editor/co-publisher Sonja J. Keith. “She has a real passion and enjoyment of time spent in the kitchen and creating delicious culinary dishes. Plus, we have some recipes and tips for young people looking to try their hand in the kitchen.”

This edition also features photos taken at several special events, including the Conway Symphony Orchestra Guild’s “Nutcracker Sweets,” the “Cupcakes & Christmas Chaos” party to benefit the University of Arkansas Reynolds Main Stage EdUCAtion Series and Breakfast with Santa presented by the Conway Kiwanis Club.

Also in this edition, 501 LIFE contributors Kellie Bishop, Brittany Gilbert and Meagan Lowry have some wonderful and helpful information for parents and other caregivers.

501 Kids is distributed through schools, daycare centers and businesses throughout Faulkner County. Copies are available at the 501 LIFE office at 701 Chestnut St. in Conway and at the following locations of advertising partners: Central Arkansas Pediatrics, Conway Regional Medical Center, First Security Bank, First Service Bank, Shoe Choo Train and St. Joseph School.

In the winter edition of 501 Kids, 10-year-old Isabella Denys shares her enjoyment of spending time in the kitchen and preparing her culinary creations. (Mike Kemp photo)