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The Glendale Arizona Historical Society will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2023, and the upcoming year will be filled with special events and activities looking back on a half century of preserving Glendale history. more
Residents who know a middle or high school student who is having difficulty reading their assigned novels or texts can refer them to a new program that can help. more
Families Raising Hope, a local nonprofit dedicated to helping cancer patients and their families, will host its 6th Annual Run/Walk For Hope 5K in Glendale this weekend. more
Frozen Turkey Saturday in Glendale made sure that hundreds of local families will enjoy Thanksgiving dinner. more
A Glendale resident and U.S. Marine Corps veteran is the winner of a local business’ annual Military Hero Giveaway.v more
Glendale Community College is hosting a Career Expo to help fill the staffing gap for first responders, in the fields of EMS and firefighting. more

The Arizona Department of Revenue’s Unclaimed Property program is seeking members of the U.S. military who have unclaimed property or funds in their names from a time they were stationed in Arizona. more
Residents can support Glendale Firefighters Charities and try some amazing chili and salsa in the process. more
Abrazo Arrowhead Campus held its inaugural Chili Cookoff on Friday, with entries from local fire departments, ambulance crews, emergency air transport and hospital departments. more
All this month the Hope For Hunger Food Bank in Glendale has a goal to make Thanksgiving a special one for those in need. more
Glendale residents can come together Friday to honor veterans. more
Northwest Valley Connect is looking for volunteers for its ride services. more
Serving is limited only by the size of your vehicle. At least that’s what longtime Duet homebound services volunteer, Robert “Bob” Leonard would say. more

The “Light the World Giving Machine” campaign will expand to Glendale this year and continue in Gilbert, where the charitable donation machines have been popular during the holiday season … more
Glendale is welcoming a new farmers market this month. more
Residents are welcome to participate in a public packing party in Glendale for care packages for military members. more
November is American Diabetes Month. Chances are you know someone who has diabetes, a metabolic disorder affecting more than 37 million Americans, including those who have the disease but have not been diagnosed. more
Girl Scouts—Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) has been awarded a $2.25 million grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to support the Cactus-Pine Council’s initiative to expand outdoor programming throughout the year. more
A senior at Glendale Preparatory Academy was the first place winner of the West Valley Chorale’s Fourth Annual Youth Vocal Competition. more
YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix hosted its free Community Health Fair in October where 44 women received mammograms and more than 100 people attended and received access to care they needed. (YWCA … more

The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee and the NFL donated $25,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of the Valley to cover the branch’s flag football program for 275 boys and girls for a year. more
Kids at Banner Children’s at Thunderbird in Glendale got a head start on some Halloween fun. more
The DEA’s upcoming Drug Take Back Event will provide two locations in the city to participate. more
Parents take note — an opportunity to register your kids up to age 5 for free books is coming to Glendale. more
Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) is seeking corporate and individual sponsors and monetary donations for its annual Adopt-A-Family holiday program, which provides families and teens in Maricopa County with holiday gifts for both Hanukkah and Christmas. more
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