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Arizona Town Hall to present ‘Creating Vibrant Communities’ on Oct. 22

| October 19, 2020
Arizona Town Hall to present ‘Creating Vibrant Communities’  on Oct. 22

A vibrant community taps into human, constructed, and natural capital to thrive and grow together.

Join us to discuss the most important actions that should be taken to make your community healthier and more vibrant. 

Let your voice be heard at this Virtual Community Town Hall.

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Flagstaff Family Food Center to present ‘Harvest of Books’ on Oct. 24

| October 19, 2020
Flagstaff Family Food Center to present ‘Harvest of Books’ on Oct. 24

The Flagstaff Family Food Center will present “Harvest of Books” celebration from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24 at FFFC Kitchen, 1903 N. 2nd St., Flagstaff.

Come visit for books, costumes, candy for kids, self care kits for adults, family activities, pumpkins and carving kits and family  games.

Bike and gift card raffles for participation.

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Arizona’s Children Association to present the Virtual Parenting Workshop — ‘First Five Years ONLINE’ Oct. 24 and 31

| October 19, 2020
Arizona’s Children Association to present the Virtual Parenting Workshop — ‘First Five Years ONLINE’ Oct. 24 and 31

The Arizona’s Children Association will present Virtual Parenting Workshop: “First Five Years ONLINE” Oct. 10, 17, 24 and 31.

This 4-session series will help you nurture your child with a “just right” combination of freedom and positive discipline.

Participate in First Five YearsTM and learn:

Your child’s development and growing brain
Preventing tantrums and other problems
Using mindfulness to keep calm
Six ways to prepare your child for school success

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff to present ‘Free Fall Photos’ fundraiser on Oct. 25

| October 19, 2020
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff to present ‘Free Fall Photos’ fundraiser on Oct. 25

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff will present “Free Fall Photos,” a fundraiser for BBBSF, from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25 at Warner’s nursery. 

Free 15-minute photo session with a donation, including a tax credit donation.

Register for your 15 minute photo shoot by going to http://bit.ly/FreeFallPhotos

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Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona to present virtual job fair on Oct. 28

| October 19, 2020
Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona to present virtual job fair on Oct. 28

Goodwill’s October’s Virtual Job Fair for the Flagstaff area will be held from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28Visit http://gwl-az.org/flagstaffjobfair to register and receive log in instructions.

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Candidates have spoken on youth education, child welfare issues with CCC&Y’s Candidate Questionnaire Webpage

| October 19, 2020
Candidates have spoken on youth education, child welfare issues with CCC&Y’s Candidate Questionnaire Webpage

Candidates for elected office through Coconino County and statewide have addressed youth education and child welfare issues with Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth’s Candidate Questionnaire Webpage. …

The Coalition has created the short, attached questionnaire so that voters in Coconino County may understand how candidates will respond to issues related to children & youth. Voters will have access to the Coalition’s website to compare and contrast candidate responses, see who has responded and note missing candidates.

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Newly released census data show rate of uninsured children increased in 2019

| October 13, 2020
Newly released census data show rate of uninsured children increased in 2019

Newly released data from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) show more Arizona children became uninsured 2019. These losses are likely associated with policy decisions and funding cuts that deter families from accessing care and undermine our public health care systems. As a result, Black, indigenous, and children of color are losing health coverage at an alarming rate.

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AzCAN — College Access Professional PD & Opportunities

| October 13, 2020
AzCAN — College Access Professional PD & Opportunities

A New Approach to Paying for College
October 14, 2:00 – 3:00 PM
Going to college is one of the most momentous occasions in a student’s life, but as the college costs continue to rise at nearly twice the rate of inflation, paying for college has become one of the biggest challenges for students and families. In this webinar Angela Caballero from Ascension College Planning will teach a three-step process for assisting families with how to shop for colleges that will provide the most financial aid based on the financial need of the family and/or the merit of the student. Register here.

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Tuba City Public Library now offering Curbside Pick-up

| October 13, 2020
Tuba City Public Library now offering Curbside Pick-up

The Tuba City Public Library  is now offering Curbside Pick-up.

What is Curbside for the Library?

The service includes book checkouts ONLY.

Requests and holds can be done via email or over the phone.

Social distancing and masks is required

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Expect More Arizona — Learn How Your Vote Impacts Education Decision-Making at the State, County and Local Level. See more state education news here

| October 13, 2020
Expect More Arizona — Learn How Your Vote Impacts Education Decision-Making at the State, County and Local Level. See more state education news here

Setting education policy is a complicated process that takes place at many levels. Some decisions are made by elected officials and others by you the voter/parent/resident. To help you make sense of the process, here’s a look at which bodies are responsible for making decisions, and how your vote impacts the final outcome.

Close to home, you help elect governing board members for the school district in which you live. Governing board member are elected by their community and board seats are up for election every four years.

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