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Kye ,A.K.A. Jake The Dog, Join The Cooper-Anthony Mercy Advocacy Center To Recognize Child Abuse Awareness Month

Every April Kye, AKA Jake the Dog, takes to the garden at the Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center to help recognize Child Abuse Awareness Month.  Ms Janice and many of the wonderful child advocates in Garland County gather in support

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Jake The Dog A.K.A. Kye Masino Joins The HIPPY Advocacy Center To Keep Our Kids Safe

Jake the Dog (Kye Masino of KYE-YAC) always loves to entertain and inform young children about the very important and specific ways to stay safe and healthy.  The Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center’s Janice McCutcheon joined KYE-YAC and Hot Springs

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Gearing Up For The New School Year With The Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center

When KYE-YAC received a call from Janice McCutcheon, director of the Child Advocacy Center, asking the all-youth board to raise money to provide some children in crisis with clothing and supplies for the new school year – the KYE-YAC kids

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Kye Speaks At The Mercy Child Advocacy Center For National Child Abuse Prevention Month

In observance of Child Abuse Month, Kye was asked to speak at a rally with State Representative John Vines, Garland County Circuit Court Judge Vicky Cook and Ouachita Children’s Center executive director Linda Ragsdale. Addressing a large gathering at the

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KYE-YAC International And Its Commitment To The Cooper-Anthony Children’s Advocacy Center

KYE-YAC International donates to Mercy Health Foundation on behalf of Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – Locally based KYE-YAC International Inc., a philanthropic organization established by kids to help kids, has donated $1,000 to the St. Joseph’s Mercy

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KYE-YAC Continues Its Commitment To The Cooper-Anthony Child Advocacy Center

Sometimes, when kids need to learn sensitive, yet important lessons, it can be easier for them to relate to a fun, furry character.  Recently, Kye teamed up with the Cooper-Anthony Child Advocacy Center to teach the kids about safety and

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