Tag: 2015 Legislative Session

Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) Coming to Flagstaff – January 26th, 2015

| January 20, 2015
Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) Coming to Flagstaff – January 26th, 2015

CCC&Y is pleased to announce that Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) will be joining us for our first Board Meeting of 2015.  On Monday, January 26th, CCC&Y will meet from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Coconino County Public Health Services District’s Ponderosa Room.  In addition to regular business, Dana naimark, President and CEO and Amy […]

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Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) Coming to Flagstaff – January 26th, 2015

| January 2, 2015
Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) Coming to Flagstaff – January 26th, 2015

CCC&Y is pleased to announce that Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) will be joining us for our first Board Meeting of 2015.  On Monday, January 26th, CCC&Y will meet from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Coconino County Public Health Services District’s Ponderosa Room.  In addition to regular business, Amy Kobeta, CAA Vice President will be […]

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Get Ready for Upcoming 2015 Legislative Session

| December 29, 2014
Get Ready for Upcoming 2015 Legislative Session

CCC&Y is pleased to announce that Children’s Action Alliance (CAA) will be joining us for our first Board Meeting of 2015.  On Monday, January 26th, CCC&Y will meet from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the Coconino County Public Health Services District’s Ponderosa Room.  In addition to regular business, Amy Kobeta, CAA Vice President will be […]

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Sign up for the Az Legislature’s Request to Speak System – Engage and Act from Anywhere!

| December 17, 2014
Sign up for the Az Legislature’s Request to Speak System – Engage and Act from Anywhere!

If you missed CCC&Y’s recent Simplifying Advocacy Training with Geoff Esposito, Government Relations Analyst with Arizona School Board’s Association, there is still an opportunity for you to have an impact at the legislature for the 2015 Legislative Session. You can SUBMIT THIS FORM to comment on bills and influence decisions being made at the capital […]

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