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MCESA Re-Engaging Disconnected Youth Summit – October 15th

| October 13, 2014
MCESA Re-Engaging Disconnected Youth Summit – October 15th

The consequences of having young adults not in school or at a job affects everyone in the region. Join with others invested in this community to help change the future for thousands of Valley youth. The Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA) and the Maricopa County Public Health Department are bringing people and organizations together to […]

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Myth Vs. Fact Sheet on the Prop 301 Litigation

| October 13, 2014
Myth Vs. Fact Sheet on the Prop 301 Litigation

More valuable information regarding the FUSD Budget Override Continuation: Myth Vs. Fact Sheet on the Prop 301 Litigation. Learn more at YESforFUSD.com Remember to Vote YES for the FUSD Budget Override Continuation

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Youth Social & Emotional Development Workshops

| October 13, 2014
Youth Social & Emotional Development Workshops

Social & Emotional Development Workshops for Youth Program Staff At the Arizona Out-of-School Time Conference – Saturday, November 15th at the Phoenix Convention Center 8 Social & Emotional Development workshops geared specifically for out-of-school time youth program staff presented by experts in the field and addressing a variety of critical youth development topics will be […]

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Start Looking For Your Ballots in the Mail

| October 13, 2014
Start Looking For Your Ballots in the Mail

Starting today, ballots will be mailed to voters on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL). Your County Recorder’s Office can check and verify your voter registration and your PEVL status. It is recommended that every voter mail their early ballot back by Friday, October 24 to make sure it’s received by Election Day. After October […]

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STC Job Posting – AZ Early Steps Program Specialist Position

| October 13, 2014
STC Job Posting – AZ Early Steps Program Specialist Position

Job position with Save the Children for an Early Steps Program Specialist, based out of Flagstaff, is available. Save the Children’s Early Steps to School Success serves 5 Native American communities in AZ.  There are 2 programs on the Navajo Nation, one in Chinle and the other in Ganado.  These programs are about 40 minutes apart […]

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Read-On Flagstaff Presents Story Time

| October 10, 2014
Read-On Flagstaff Presents Story Time

The Sunnyside Neighborhood Association of Flagstaff, Inc. & Read-On Flagstaff Presents Story Time October 18th at the Flagstaff Family Food Center from 11am to 1pm (1903 N. 2nd St.) November 15th at United Way of Northern Arizona from 11am to 1pm (1515 E. Cedar Ave., Suite D-1) December 13th at the Flagstaff Recreation Center form 11am to […]

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Kids Yoga Class Series Begins October 10th

| October 10, 2014
Kids Yoga Class Series Begins October 10th

Treat your kids to a healthy start to the weekend. Sign them up for 6 weeks of Kids’ Yoga with Patty Wiley. Every Friday from 3:45PM to 4:30PM, this yoga class specializes in healthy movement, calming the mind, and teaching your children how to have fun without an electric device consuming their minds. $40 for […]

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Professional Development for Program Leaders

| October 9, 2014
Professional Development for Program Leaders

Announcing the 2014 Arizona Out-of-School Time Conference Program Leadership Track This year’s annual AzCASE Out-of-School Time Conference, the largest professional development event for youth program staff in Arizona, will feature a dedicated Program Leadership Track– providing current and aspiring program leaders with a choice of six professional development workshops Learn new strategies and best practices for increasing your […]

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NACA Health Promotion Halloween Events

| October 8, 2014
NACA Health Promotion Halloween Events

NACA Health Promotions is excited to announce their annual Halloween event. HP hosts a quarterly event to benefit the Community of Flagstaff. This year they have decided to do two events; One that is family appropriate and another that captures a more mature audience. The Halloween Spooktacular is the family appropriate event The whole family is […]

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BookPALS– Volunteer Read Aloud Literacy Program is coming to Flagstaff

| October 8, 2014
BookPALS– Volunteer Read Aloud Literacy Program is coming to Flagstaff

BookPALS– Volunteer Read Aloud Literacy Program is coming to Flagstaff BookPALS, Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools is an all volunteer literacy program sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation,  placing actors, theater students, and trained community volunteers into underserved elementary schools   (pre K-6th grade) to read aloud to classrooms of students on a weekly basis- […]

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