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Hezekiah D. Stewart

Executive Director

The Watershed

Direct Phone: (501) ***-****direct phone

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The Watershed

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Little Rock Soiree Magazine


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Rev. Hezekiah Stewart
Rev. Hezekiah Stewart For almost four decades Rev. Hezekiah Stewart has dedicated his life to helping those less fortunate in our community. He founded The Watershed, the "world's first social hospital" in 1976 at Mt. Nebo AME Church in College Station. The 73-year-old Stewart says The Watershed serves all "races, creeds and colors," providing basic needs for countless Arkansas families. Since 1976, The Watershed has provided 3.2 million meals; gas and electric utility bill assistance for more than 20,000 families; and full-time work for 6,000 and part-time work for 1,500. On January 28, Stewart will be honored at the Embassy Suites for his lifelong work and legacy. Jan 28Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Reverend Hezekiah D. Stewart Jr.


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- Barbara Gilkey, Watershed Board Member and Austin Porter, Jr. of the Progressive League of College Station for Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Reverend Hezekiah D. Stewart, Jr.
Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Rev. Hezekiah D. Stewart, Jr. will be held, Thursday, January 28th at the Embassy Suites, 113301 Financial Center Pkwy in Little Rock. - Rosemary Holloway of the Little Rock Compassion Center and Rev. Hezekiah Stewart of the Watershed for Thanksgiving Meals.


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- Barbara Gilkey, Watershed Board Member and Austin Porter, Jr. of the Progressive League of College Station for Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Reverend Hezekiah D. Stewart, Jr.
Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Rev. Hezekiah D. Stewart, Jr. will be held, Thursday, January 28th at the Embassy Suites, 113301 Financial Center Pkwy in Little Rock. - Rosemary Holloway of the Little Rock Compassion Center and Rev. Hezekiah Stewart of the Watershed for Thanksgiving Meals.


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"Some of these coats are going to be worn to bed at night because there's no heater in the house," said Rev. Hezekiah Stewart of the Watershed Project.


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Reverend Hezekiah Stewart, executive director of the Watershed Agency, and John Tyson, chairman of Tyson Foods, spoke at the event and helped distribute food baskets to those in need.
"The residents of this state are so fortunate to have the Tyson family and Tyson Foods," Reverend Stewart said in a Tyson news release. "We're honored to once again work with Reverend Stewart and the Watershed Agency to help people in need.


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