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Healing Neen Film Screening – October 7th

| October 6, 2014
Healing Neen Film Screening – October 7th

In preparation for guest speaker TONIER CAIN this coming October, Join Us for a Film Screening of Healing Neen: One Woman’s Path to Salvation from Trauma and Addiction  The transcendent story of Tonier “Neen” Cain’s emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator on the devastating […]

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Literacy Workshops at the Arizona Out-of-School Time Conference on November 15th

| October 6, 2014
Literacy Workshops at the Arizona Out-of-School Time Conference on November 15th

Fun & creative Literacy Workshops at the Arizona Out-of-School Time Conference! Saturday, November 15th @ the Phoenix Convention Center The Literacy Workshop Track will provide you with some great new ideas, activities, and strategies for creatively promoting literacy and a love of reading. Our Featured Literacy Workshops Include: Storytelling & Images: Using Comic Books to Educate! Miguel […]

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Canvasing Flagstaff Neighborhoods for YES for FUSD

| October 6, 2014
Canvasing Flagstaff Neighborhoods for YES for FUSD

It’s time to rally the troops and canvas the Flagstaff neighborhoods with YES for FUSD flyers. The direct mail piece is almost done and ready to hit the mailboxes around the same time as early registration ballots.  The Farmer’s Market could use some volunteers to fill some of the Sunday’s in October. We have just […]

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Halloween at the Library

| October 6, 2014
Halloween at the Library

Halloween at the Library Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library Lego Creepy Club – Monday, Oct. 27th 3:30 to 5:00pm (Ages 5-12) : Come build harrowing haunted houses with Devilish Danielle Silly Scary Story-times Tuesday, Oct. 28th – Toddler Tales 10:15am & Preschool Express 11:00am – Stories about Creepy Crawlies Wednesday, Oct. 29th & Preschool Express 10:30am -Stories […]

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NAEYC Accredited Private Preschool Employment Opportunity

| October 3, 2014
NAEYC Accredited Private Preschool Employment Opportunity

Assistant Preschool Teacher: Start date ASAP. Mon.-Fri. 11:30 am – 5:00 pm.  position includes working with students 2-5 years of age, lunch duty, assisting lead teacher with afternoon preschool group, class management, recess supervision, interaction with parents, light cleaning, and daily closing procedures.  Must love children, work well with others, be dependable, and be a […]

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Girls on the Run 5K Registration is Open

| September 29, 2014
Girls on the Run 5K Registration is Open

Girls on the Run 5k is unlike any other running event.  It is a celebration of and for the girls who are completing a three month season of Girls on the Run programming. By the day of the 5k, their enthusiasm is such that they are running around before the race.  Girls dance to warm-up […]

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Girls on the Run is Hiring

| September 29, 2014
Girls on the Run is Hiring

Girls on the Run is hiring a Program Specialist/Health Educator. The position calls for someone that possesses a passion for and commitment to improving the lives and opportunities for youth and community in Northern Arizona. The Program Specialist/Health Educator will assist with the development and support of Girls on the Run of N. AZ, youth academic […]

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HomeStyles: New Healthy Lifestyle Program for Parents of Preschoolers

| September 29, 2014
HomeStyles: New Healthy Lifestyle Program for Parents of Preschoolers

The U of A has a new program for parents of preschool children.  It’s been several years in development and worked with hundreds of preschool parents to glean strategies that really work for busy families to help them have healthy lifestyles.  The program is called HomeStyles.  It’s a no-cost, online program in BOTH English and […]

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U.S. Department of Education Looking for Innovative School Programming

| September 29, 2014
U.S. Department of Education Looking for Innovative School Programming

The U.S. Department of Education is soliciting submissions that describe innovating programming being implemented in schools and districts around the country. Secretary Arne Duncan wants to know what’s happening in your community and wants you to share the innovative things the schools in your area are doing — or what you’d like to see happen. What […]

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Parents360 Workshops Series Begins October 4th

| September 29, 2014
Parents360 Workshops Series Begins October 4th

Parents360: Free All Ages Workshops Parents360 (Parents: You Matter) is a community education program that engages parents through a presentation called Parents: You Matter.  The presentation provides parents and other caring adults with valuable insights as to why kids use, how parents can start the dialogue about the dangers of substance abuse with their kids, […]

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