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SOARING WINGS: The future 195-acre Soaring Wings Ranch in Faulkner County got a big boost last month with a $350,000 gift from Beverly Strain-Eads to build a home for boys. Soaring Wings Ranch, near the Holland community, will be a nonprofit, Christian home for abused, neglected and abandoned children ages 6-18. The home for boys will be built along with the Ridout home for girls, for which money, materials and time was donated by Ridout Lumber Co., Tri-Con Builders, Jim Hawks and others. At capacity, Soaring Wings Ranch will have 10 homes and more than 60 children under its care. There are more than 4,000 children in the state's foster care system. Site development is under way with the first children expected at the ranch in 12-18 months. Visit www.soaringwingsranch.com for more information.
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Title Annotation:INSIDE BUSINESS
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Dec 12, 2005
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