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High Adventure Girl Scouting Group Forming

| October 29, 2014
High Adventure Girl Scouting Group Forming

Adventure scouting group forming Girls in junior high school and older are invited to join a new high adventure Girl Scout troop that is forming in Flagstaff. Environmental educator Cuyler Boughner will be the troop leader and will introduce girls to outdoor activities including  camping, backpacking, hiking, cross country skiing and more. No outdoor experiences […]

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Flagstaff Cooperative Preschools and Little Ropers Child Development Center Partnered for November Events at Full Circle Trade & Thrift

| October 29, 2014
Flagstaff Cooperative Preschools and Little Ropers Child Development Center Partnered for November Events at Full Circle Trade & Thrift

Flagstaff Cooperative Preschools (FCP) and Little Ropers Child Development Center (LRCDC) have partnered, and have been awarded the month of November with the opportunity to raise money for both of our preschools through Full Circle Trade and Thrift. FCP hopes to use the money raised through Full Circle Thrift for tuition assistance for young children […]

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Music, Costume Contest, and Mini-Dental Fair at Full Circle Trade & Thrift – November 1st

| October 27, 2014
Music, Costume Contest, and Mini-Dental Fair at Full Circle Trade & Thrift – November 1st

Come for an afternoon of MUSIC, a COSTUME CONTEST, and a MINI-DENTAL FAIR Saturday November 1st from 12:00-2:00pm At Full Circle Trade & Thrift on South Beaver Street in Flagstaff, AZ Supporting the Flagstaff Cooperative Preschool and Little Ropers Preschool Sponsored by the Around the Mountain Pediatric Dentists and the NAU Dental Hygiene Program For Flyer of Event, CLICK HERE.

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New brief: Improving the Well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Families through State-Level Efforts

| October 27, 2014
New brief: Improving the Well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Families through State-Level Efforts

The well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families is directly connected to the relationship they have with their culture, extended families, and tribal communities. Federal and state child welfare policies and practices have sometimes not well understood or supported these relationships by not recognizing the unique qualities of AI/AN culture […]

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Healthy Living Workshop: Put Life Back in Your Life – Series Begins November 5th

| October 27, 2014
Healthy Living Workshop: Put Life Back in Your Life – Series Begins November 5th

The Healthy Living Workshop is a six-week interactive self-management workshop that meets once a week for two and a half hours. It is designed to help people live a healthier life, build skills and gain self-confidence. Refreshments will be provided. Subjects covered: Dealing with difficult emotions l Managing symptoms Goal setting & problem solving Nutrition […]

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Spread the Word: The Early Years Matter! Early Childhood Everyday Training – October 30th

| October 27, 2014
Spread the Word: The Early Years Matter!  Early Childhood Everyday Training – October 30th

Early childhood is everybody’s issue whether you work with children or adults. The early years are foundational and we can make a difference by spreading the word – the early years matter! Spread the Word: The Early Years Matter! Early Childhood Everyday Training 11am –12:30pm on October 30th Page Public Library 479 S. Lake Powell […]

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Trauma Recovery – Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

| October 27, 2014
Trauma Recovery – Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Job Opportunity in the Early Childhood Field – North Country HealthCare Program Specialist

| October 25, 2014
Job Opportunity in the Early Childhood Field – North Country HealthCare Program Specialist

North Country HealthCare is hiring a Program/Project Specialist with a child development background for their Healthy Steps program. This position will serve both Flagstaff and Williams. The schedule will most likely have the specialist going to Williams one day per week and staying in Flagstaff three days per week. The specialist will work closely with […]

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Grand Canyon Youth’s 15th Annual River Runner Film Festival & Auction – Saturday, November 1st

| October 25, 2014
Grand Canyon Youth’s 15th Annual River Runner Film Festival & Auction – Saturday, November 1st

Grand Canyon Youth’s 15th Annual River Runner Film Festival & Auction Saturday, November 1st, 5:00-10:00 pm at the Coconino Center for the Arts, 2300 North Fort Valley Road. Some of the highlights: A silent auction and raffle featuring over 100 items including: A variety of exciting river gear Fantastic gift certificates for food, massages and […]

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Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

| October 22, 2014
Don’t be Fooled by the Claims That Prop 122 Will Protect Children – It Won’t.

Prop 122 supporters are using children for political games. Contrary to their claims, Prop 122 does nothing to keep kids safe or find loving homes for abused and neglected children. Prop 122 will NOT allow CPS or the new Department of Child Safety (DCS) to release more individual child abuse case records to the public. The responsibility […]

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