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NHS grad takes over The CALL in tri-county area

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The Boyett Family: Holli, Julianne and Scott.

Holli Boyett of Hope has been named as the new coordinator for The CALL in Hempstead, Nevada and Howard counties. 

Boyett, formerly Dunson, is a 2006 graduate of Nashville High School. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations from Arkansas Tech University in 2009, a Master of Arts in Education in 2012 and Master of Science in Education in 2017.

Boyett brings nearly a decade of program coordination experience having managed various state and federal education programs at DeQueen Mena and Southwest Arkansas education cooperatives. She attends Unity Baptist Church in Hope along with husband Scott and daughter, Julianne. At Unity, Boyett serves in the Rev It UP and Greeter ministries. Boyett is an Ambassador for the Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce and has previously been active with United Way and Junior Auxiliary of Hope. 

“I am excited to bring my program coordination experience to The CALL and continue the good work that has been done southwest Arkansas,” Boyett said. “I am most excited about relationship building to meet the foster care needs in our part of the state. I look forward to partnering with churches and community organizations to recruit, encourage and equip foster families.”

Boyett is the daughter Budd and Sharon Dunson, and granddaughter of the late Faye and Floyd Dunson, all of Nashville. She taught school at Nashville Junior High for five years.

The CALL will host a community coffee at the Hope Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Aug. 23. The public is invited to attend. Community coffee events in Prescott and Nashville are pending as well. The organization will also host their annual Souper Sunday fundraiser the first Sunday in October.

Those wishing to get involved with The CALL can contact Boyett by email at hboyett@thecallinarkansas.org. 

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