Please come join us for the 4th Annual Wreath Recycling Project. We will have a  processingcenter at the Fayetteville Armory. Volunteers are needed for Friday and Saturday.


Wreath Retirement

2014 Wreaths Across America

Painting With a Purpose

2016 Wreaths Across America

Friday, January 20th, 2017 @ 0830


We will be meeting at the Fayetteville National Cemetery located at 700 S. Government Ave.,

Fayetteville, AR 72701 to gather all of the wreaths from the cemetery grounds and relocate them to the Fayetteville Armory to be recycled in February.


Volunteers are greatly appreciated as well as trucks and trailers needed to transport the wreaths.


For more information contact Jannie Layne at 479-530-7728.

2015 Wreath Retirement

Bo’s Blessings had a wonderful event yesterday with a great turnout. God provided the most amazing weather and we had an abundance of volunteers. Our Board of Directors, Michael Baber, Charles Wallace, Cheryl Tyson, Keith Schoeneick and Danielle Schoeneick did an amazing job getting everything ready for the day.


We thank Ellen Thalls from Channel 5 and Tevin Wooten from Channel 40/29 for their continued media coverage and support of Bo’s Blessings.

K-9 Vest Presentation

Bo’s Blessings regretfully announces the passing of Ryan Connell, a 27-year-old veteran from Freehold, NJ. The Ryan Connell Cancer Fund is one of Bo’s Blessings flagship Causes. Board Members Danielle and Keith Schoeneick personally visited with Ryan earlier this year to give him a bit of hope.

Memorial donations made in honor of WWII Veteran

Howard Baird as well as other fund raising activities

will make the purchase of the bullet proof vest possible.  A check will be presented to Officer Booth and Oliver on Friday, July 15th at 10:30 a.m.

Impacting the Quality of Life for our Veterans

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Come celebrate Bo's Birthday, meet and make new friends while enjoying a great opportunity to paint a picture for fun.



Soldier Loses Battle

Wreaths have been laying on thousands of veterans’ graves at the Fayetteville National Cemetery since December, and on Saturday (Jan. 23), volunteers helped pick them all up. Over 9,000 graves had the green wreaths and red ribbons on them.