KUAF Community Spotlight Series

Weekdays at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
  • Hosted by Pete Hartman

Locally produced segments highlighting a variety of non-profit organizations and topics.

Organizations have included:
The Peace at Home Family Shelter, Big Brothers Big Sisters of NWA, the Shiloh Museum, Credit Counseling of Arkansas, StartUp Junkie, Illinois River Watershed Protection, LifeStyles INC., Kings River Cleanup, Ozark Folk Center, and so many more.

Ways to Connect

Pete speaks with the Superintendant of Future School of Fort Smith, Boyd Logan. This 3 year old charter school is currently looking to fill out its roster with students. Also, the school is looking to add 9th grade in the coming year.


Pete talks with Brannon Pack - Executive Director of Ozark Off Road Cyclists. This group is about to embark on a fundraising campaign to support more all-use trails near the Kessler Mountain Regional Park.

Pete speaks with the guys from Soldier's Songs and Voices. This local non-profit - working to create a musical community for veterans and active military -  has seen significant growth in the past year. So much so, that they are in need of gently used or new guitars.

Leigh Wood speaks with Steve Litzinger and and David Johnson from the Fayetteville Public Library about the latest on the library's expansion project.  An official groundbreaking is set to take place March 2nd at 10am.

Pete speaks with Diego Alonso - a FoodCorps service member who works with Springdale Schools. He describes the mission of this national group and its impact on our community.