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An old adage exists for a reason and the one “the children are our future” holds true perhaps today with more sense of urgency than ever before. A fundamental key to success inside and … more
The Grand Canyon Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution – Scottsdale – celebrated the sixth annual National DAR Day of Service on Oct. 11, which was the day DAR was founded 130 years ago. more
The Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently hosted arts leaders who shared historical and future perspectives of arts programs in Scottsdale and throughout the Valley during the “COVID-19 crisis.” more
Koren Hudson has joined the notMYkid as clinical director to lead the nonprofit’s new behavioral health services program. more
The Shemer Art Center has selected an Arizona-based mixed-media artist, Beth Ames Swartz, whose career spans nearly 60 years, as the 2020 Shemer Honors honoree. more
After nearly 15 years, Chevy Humphrey, the Arizona Science Center president/CEO will leave her post on Dec. 31 to be the first woman and Black American to lead the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. more
The Arizona Silent Service Memorial, honoring veterans of Submarine Service who died in the line of duty, will soon be “bursting out of the water on an emergency ascent.” more
Arizona State University’s Narrative Storytelling Initiative invited people worldwide to write a short story on what the future holds based on current world events but an imagined future reality. more
Mom’s Pantry food bank recently received a $50,000 gift through Turner Sports from basketball icon and commentator, Charles Barkley. more
Thunderbird Field II Veterans Memorial, Inc. has awarded an aviation scholarship to  a Cochise College student,  Michael Barragan, pursuing an associate of professional pilot technology degree.  more
Team Tasha, a new local nonprofit event, kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness month by raising funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. more
If you were moved by the 2018 movie Instant Family, you can create your own version by opening your heart and home to Vanessa and Reye. Vanessa, 15, is a compassionate, nurturing teen and the … more
The Grand Canyon University Worship Arts program has released its fifth album, “Canyon Worship 2020,” featuring student and Scottsdale native, Logan Myers. more
Attorneys Jay Zweig and Melissa Costello recently joined Ballard Spahr’s Labor and Employment Group based in Phoenix. more
Author Sasha Graham has announced the publication of the Spanish language edition of her children’s book, “Milo does not like Mornings.” more
Cameron Colvin, former NFL athlete, real estate investor and philanthropist, has pledged $200 million to Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona Foundation to help individuals achieve lifelong … more
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been a stressful time for many, the arts have been hit especially hard. As an institution that relies on group performances and nonprofit donations, Ballet Arizona … more
U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s Podium Club Certification Program requires a rigorous, mission-driven, self-assessment and review of best principles and practices in eight areas of organizational performance. more
Project Humanities’ annual Hacks for Humanity: Hacking for the Social Good draws participants from different professions, ages, communities, and backgrounds for a weekend of creating solutions … more
In the time of the novel coronavirus, crisis knows no bounds and in the case of family homelessness the realities have become harsher than years before in the Valley of the Sun, outreach officials … more
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