This year, Arkansas State University-Beebe helped
19 students provide Christmas gifts for their families. ASU-Beebe has offered the Angel Tree program on the Beebe campus for the past 15 years. The program provides gifts for children of ASU-Beebe students who are financially challenged during the holidays. Andy Isom, manager of Campus Relations, reported that the campus raised more than $1,500 this year for the Angel Tree program, with $943 donated during the recent theater sponsored performance of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Following the performance, Rose Mary Jackson, associate vice chancellor of Advancement, accepted a donation to the ASU-Beebe Angel Tree program from the Theater Department and Delta Psi Omega theater fraternity. “We appreciate the efforts of our campus community in making this program a continued success. You have helped make the holidays better for our students and their families,” Jackson said. For more information about ASU-Beebe, call (501) 882-3600, or visit the website at www.asub.edu.