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2020 Williams Regional Events

| May 25, 2020
2020 Williams Regional Events

(EDITOR’S NOTE: PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK WITH THE INDIVIDUAL ORGANIZATIONS REGARDING POSTPONEMENT / CANCELLATION OF EVENTS DUE TO THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS SITUATION)

From Folklorico dance instruction to Kids Craft and a Steam train to the Grand Canyon, a variety of events in Williams are scheduled in March and the rest of 2019.

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First Things First Offering Free Virtual Summit in September

| May 19, 2020
First Things First Offering Free Virtual Summit in September

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, First Things First has made the necessary decision to cancel the on-site FTF Early Childhood Summit 2020. The health and safety of our attendees, presenters, staff and their families comes first.
 
However, as an alternative to our traditional in-person conference, FTF will present a free, virtual Summit on Tuesday, September 1, 2020.

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Connections Spotlight: Join a winning team to help families in Coconino County

| May 19, 2020
Connections Spotlight: Join a winning team to help families in Coconino County

As Coconino County and the state of Arizona ease out of the Coronavirus lockdown, many questions remain.

Are we heading for a second wave requiring families in hotspots to once again shelter at home? Will schools reopen this summer or fall? Are parents prepared to meet additional teach-at-home challenges? How have children survived the past few months — are they feeling depressed, isolated, traumatized, both physically and mentally?

So many questions. At the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth, we have been busy trying to help families, partner organizations and members navigate this new virtual world. …

Now, more than ever, there is so much to do to help families in Coconino County, and with your help as a supporting member, we can continue to help the community and expand our efforts to meet the ever-changing times. Please visit here for membership options.

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District 2 Supervisor Liz Archuleta — Fill out the census and get counted!

| April 7, 2020
District 2 Supervisor Liz Archuleta  — Fill out the census and get counted!

Coconino County Residents Count:
Fill out the 2020 Census!

What is the 2020 Census and Why is it Important?

The census aims to collect an accurate count of our population which determines federal funding for our communities for resources like schools, hospitals, fire departments, roads, etc. The census also helps determine federal funding in times of disaster like the COVID-19 pandemic or forest fires, as well as determines the amount of seats Arizona will have in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council meeting on March 25 has been canceled

| March 23, 2020
Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council meeting on March 25 has been canceled

Due to the health and safety precautions being put in place, the Tuba City CAP Council will have to suspend all meetings and public activities until further notice. This includes the CAP Council meeting we had scheduled for next Wednesday the 25th

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POSTPONED: 2020 Annual CCC&Y Prevention Conference

| March 23, 2020
POSTPONED: 2020 Annual CCC&Y Prevention Conference

The 2020 Annual CCC&Y Prevention Conference has been postponed due to the ongoing Coronavirus emergency. Our hearts and thoughts are with those who are currently being deeply disrupted during this time.  We know this change will be deeply supported by all of our partners and this challenge pales in comparison to what many are going through now. We are working on rescheduling the event to June, or in a few months depending on the status of the Coronavirus emergency. More details to come. 

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March Classes and Clubs at Tynkertopia

| March 10, 2020
March Classes and Clubs at Tynkertopia

Please consider attending one or more of the following classes or series of classes (listed alphabetically) offered at Tynkertopia during March 2020. Unless otherwise noted, parents are free to accompany their children to classes and clubs, but they are NOT required to do so.

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March 11 — FUSD and AZ Attorney General’s Office to host internet safety presentation

| March 10, 2020
March 11 — FUSD and AZ Attorney General’s Office to host internet safety presentation

The Flagstaff Unified School District and the Arizona Attorney General’s Community Outreach & Education Division will host a free parent presentation on keeping children safe online Wednesday, March 11th, from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the Sinagua Middle School Auditorium, located at 3950 E Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004. 

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March 11-13 — NACA to present 2020 Northern Arizona Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention Conference — ‘Enriching  the Journey”

| March 10, 2020
March 11-13 — NACA to present 2020 Northern Arizona Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention Conference — ‘Enriching  the Journey”

Native Americans for Community Advocates will present its “2020 Northern Arizona Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention Conference — “Enriching  the Journey,” from May 11 through 13 at the Twin Arrows Resort Conference Center.

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March 25 — Bilingual information: Want to play and learn with the kids in your care?

| March 10, 2020
March 25 — Bilingual information: Want to play and learn with the kids in your care?

Join us for a fun-filled Play & Learn session for you and the kids in your care.
6 weekly sessions based on themes including Yoga, Child Development, Language and Literacy, Daily Planning, Nutrition, Guidance and Discipline, and Brain Development.

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