Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Duggars' Flea Market A Huge Success

On Saturday, the Duggars hosted a flea market near their home in Springdale, Arkansas. The money they raised selling items donated by people in their area will be given to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Arkansas Children's Hospital. 

The family is grateful for the exceptional care that Josie, now almost four years old, received from Arkansas Children's when she was born three months early and are thrilled to be able to give back. "She is here today because of them," said Michelle Duggar. 

Check out this video from KARK 4 News to get the full scoop on the fundraiser:

7 comments:

  1. So lovely to see Michelle again, don't know if it's because I'm in the uk but it feels like I never see enough of them on telly anymore! x

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  2. I am a HUGE FAN of the Duggars HI TO ALL THE duggars

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  3. They had one girl arrested for asking questions

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    1. Ooo pray tell what kinda quetions?

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    2. I think that it is very important that facts about situations like this be carefully disseminated, if at all. It is essential to ensure that potentially hurtful gossip, to either side, is prevented. I am commenting solely to prevent gossip and speculation. This situation was simple. A woman who attended the sale was asked to leave, by a policeman, because she was carrying a camera hidden in a pen. He confiscated her pen, which was visible and clipped to her child's stroller. There is no more to this incident.

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    3. Unfortunately, there is more. This woman had the help of a Duggar hate group and was prepared to harass the family by asking inappropriate questions. This was a charity event - not a place to show up and vent your hatred towards a family that was/is doing good. She pled guilty and paid a fine.

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  4. I want one of those Buy used save the Difference shirts. Do you think the Duggars would sell them?

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