Crouch, Harwell, Fryar & Ferner, PLLC, which was previously known as Cypert, Crouch, Clark & Harwell, PLLC, has been a fixture in the Springdale community since 1947. Washington County and Northwest Arkansas aren't just where we do business—it is home for our attorneys, staff, and firm. Our clients aren't just files or a source of revenue—they are our neighbors and friends.
Just as the homes in which we grew up supported us, this community has supported our firm, helping us to grow and thrive so that we can be of service to others. And just as we care for our homes and families, we enjoy taking an active role in keeping our community vibrant and strong.
Here are some of the ways that we work alongside our neighbors in giving back to Springdale and the Northwest Arkansas community:
|The firm is a proud and active member of the Springdale Chamber of Commerce, one of the strongest in Northwest Arkansas. The Chamber of Commerce highlights all that is best in the community and offers support, guidance, and networking opportunities to local businesses and residents. Jim Crouch has served the Chamber of Commerce as its Chair, and Matt Fryar is a graduate of the Springdale Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy.|
|The Rotary Club of Springdale, Arkansas, is an organization of business and professional leaders. An affiliate of Rotary International, the group (also known as Club 2449) upholds that organization's goals of providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations, helping to foster goodwill and peace in the community and the world, and daily putting service above self. Jim Crouch is a Past President of the Springdale Rotary Club; he and Matt Fryar are both active Rotarians, and Matt Fryar currently serves as on officer of the Club.|
|The Kiwanis Club is a service organization, active in 80 countries and dedicated to serving the particular needs of the communities in which each Club is located. Kiwanis is all about making friends, and an impact, in the local community. William Clark is a Former Member and Past President of the Kiwanis Club of Springdale.|
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA
|The Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA provides scholarships to low-income single parents who are pursuing post-secondary education in preparation for skilled employment. Jim Crouch is a former board member and Past Chair of the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas.|
|Springdale Public Schools Education Foundation provides scholarships to graduates of Springdale High School and Har-Ber High School. It also awards classroom grants to teachers in the Springdale School District and coordinates the Springdale Partners In Education program. Matt Fryar is a former member of the SPSEF Board of Directors.|
Habitat for Humanity
|Habitat for Humanity is an organization that partners with residents in the community to build homes for those in need, with recipients of the homes themselves working alongside, providing "sweat equity." Habitat's vision is a community in which everyone has a safe, affordable place to call home and a world in which the cycle of poverty has been broken. Matt Fryar is the Treasurer and a member of the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Washington County, and Charles Harwell is a past member of the Board.|
|Life Styles is a local organization that believes that community life is for everyone, and supports individuals with disabilities in participating and contributing to the community. Charles Harwell is a Past President of the organization and has served on its Board of Directors.|
|Ronald McDonald House Charities are well-known for supporting the families of children who are undergoing medical treatment away from home. Jim Crouch has served as an officer and is a past board member of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkoma.|
|Support for the arts is essential for any truly vital community, and our firm is proud to support the Arts Center of the Ozarks, which offers arts education for the region, and provides a home for visual, musical, and other performance arts to flourish. Jim Crouch is a Past President of ACO, and William Clark have served as a member of the Board of Directors. Jim's wife, Cathy, is also a former member of the Board of Directors.|
|The attorneys and staff of Crouch, Harwell, Fryar & Ferner, PLLC, place a high value on education and are committed to supporting the Springdale School District that educates their children and grandchildren and those of their neighbors and friends. Members of the firm have volunteered in many capacities within the school district, including guest-lecturing, and often sponsor school district events.|
|The Springdale Public Library, a fixture in the community for nearly a century, provides local residents with access to information, resources, educational materials, and the opportunity to gather with neighbors. Matt Fryar is the Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Springdale Public Library, and Charles Harwell is a past member of the board.|
Our attorneys and staff are active in a myriad of other community organizations and churches. You can read more about our firm's community involvement in our attorney profiles. We are delighted to be able to offer something back to the community we call home.