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Child Abuse Prevention Month (April 2019) kicks off with official City of Flagstaff proclamation

| April 2, 2019
Child Abuse Prevention Month (April 2019) kicks off with official City of Flagstaff proclamation

Variety of events planned throughout region including walk in Tuba City on April 4, Field of Hope dedication ceremony on April 5 in Flagstaff.

Child Abuse Prevention Month kicked off in April with the reading of the official proclamation by the City of Flagstaff at its regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.

The proclamation was presented to CCC&Y Executive Director Virginia Watahomigie by members of the Flagstaff City Council and Mayor Coral Evans.

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Santa’s World of Wonders

| December 2, 2018
Santa’s World of Wonders

City of Williams Recreation Department invites you to enjoy Santa’s World of Wonders at the Youth Recreation Center!

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City of Williams August Calendar

| August 12, 2018
City of Williams August Calendar

The City of Williams has released their current community event listing,the reduced schedule for the pool for the month of August (beginning next Tuesday 8/7), the program flyer from the City and Recreation, along with the Rec Center and Skate Park hours through September 22nd.

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Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

| March 25, 2018
Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

City of Williams Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt! pictures with the Easter Bunny and Refreshments! Bring your basket for you egg hunt.

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Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

| March 18, 2018
Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

City of Williams Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt! pictures with the Easter Bunny and Refreshments! Bring your basket for you egg hunt.

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Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

| March 10, 2018
Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

City of Williams Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt! pictures with the Easter Bunny and Refreshments! Bring your basket for you egg hunt.

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Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

| March 4, 2018
Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt!

City of Williams Eggs-trordinary Easter Egg Hunt! pictures with the Easter Bunny and Refreshments! Bring your basket for you egg hunt.

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Active Parenting group starting in Williams

| February 18, 2018
Active Parenting group starting in Williams

An Active Parenting group is starting soon! Active Parenting will give you skills to achieve a fuller, more satisfying family life…and help your children achieve greater happiness and success. Written by Dr. Michael Popkin, one of the nation’s foremost experts on parenting education, this course will show you a proven-effective approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. You’ll learn 7 strategies for school success, along with positive discipline and communication techniques to help your family run more smoothly.

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Active Parenting group starting in Williams

| February 9, 2018
Active Parenting group starting in Williams

An Active Parenting group is starting soon! Active Parenting will give you skills to achieve a fuller, more satisfying family life…and help your children achieve greater happiness and success. Written by Dr. Michael Popkin, one of the nation’s foremost experts on parenting education, this course will show you a proven-effective approach to parenting that will lead to more harmony and happiness for you and your children. You’ll learn 7 strategies for school success, along with positive discipline and communication techniques to help your family run more smoothly.

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FUSD doesn’t have to sign an agreement with FEA. See more education stories here

| September 20, 2017
FUSD doesn’t have to sign an agreement with FEA. See more education stories here

The Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board is not required to sign a contract or even negotiate with the Flagstaff Education Association. That’s because Arizona is right-to-work state and isn’t considered a “union” state like Ohio or Oregon, FEA President Derek Born said.

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