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Education Spotlight: Puente de Hozho Awarded $11,650 from U.S. Soccer Foundation. See more local education news here

| January 14, 2020
Education Spotlight: Puente de Hozho Awarded $11,650 from U.S. Soccer Foundation. See more local education news here

Puente de Hozho Elementary (on Jan. 7) announced it has been awarded a $11,650 grant from the U.S. Soccer Foundation, whose programs serve as the national model for sports-based youth development in underserved communities. This grant is intended to fund professional grade outdoor soccer court that will be available for community use. Puente de Hozho was one of nine organizations to receive grants.

“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the U.S. Soccer Foundation,” said Principal Robert Kelty. “This furthers our efforts in providing world class academic and athletic opportunities for our students and community.”

As a community tri-lingual school supporting learners in the areas of Navajo, Spanish, and English, Puente de Hozho seeks to create cultural bridges between students and there is no better way for those connections than through the world’s most popular sport – soccer.

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Jan. 10-11 — Big Brothers Big Sisters Yavapai will present its Mentoring Symposium 2020 in Prescott

| January 7, 2020
Jan. 10-11 — Big Brothers Big Sisters Yavapai will present its Mentoring Symposium 2020 in Prescott

Register Today for the Power of Mentoring Symposium at azbigs.org

We have all experienced mentoring in some form, at some point, in our lives. The Power of Mentoring Symposium, hosted by Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, in partnership with APS, offers seminars Jan. 11 at the Prescott Resort on mentoring for all ages and situations: Education, counseling, nonprofits, workplace, trauma-informed, faith-based and more.

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Southwest Native-American Foundation scholarship applications due May 1. See more local education news here

| April 23, 2019
Southwest Native-American Foundation scholarship applications due May 1. See more local education news here

Applications for the Southwest Native-American Foundation’s scholarships are due by May 1 to the foundation’s headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.

The foundation, a donor-funded nonprofit, offers scholarship to outstanding Native American high school and college students in the Southwest. Previously, it has awarded scholarship funds to future students of Northern Arizona University, the University of Arizona, Grand Canyon University and Coconino College, among others.

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Free brunch…it’s not too late

| October 29, 2018
Free brunch…it’s not too late

You still have time to register for Big Brothers |Big Sisters Big Brunch at Twin Arrows Resort on Saturday, Nov 3rd at 11:30 a.m. (Doors open 11am) Click here for details.

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37th Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake

| February 6, 2017
37th Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Join us for a fun filled day of bowling, pizza and prizes as we celebrate our 36th Annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake at Starlite Lanes Bowling Alley! Bowl to help local youth achieve their dreams, only $250 per team! The team to raise the most money will win the Traveling Pin Trophy, and bragging rights of course! Bowl to help local youth achieve their dreams! Call us at (928) 774-0649 to reserve a lane for your team today!

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Round Up at Fry’s

| March 28, 2016
Round Up at Fry’s

Round up your total when checking out at Fry’s and 100% of your contributions will be distributed to Big Brothers Big Sisters Agencies in Arizona starting now – April 23rd!

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