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Name: Jodi Low Age (optional): 47 Occupation: Founder and CEO of U & Improved, a leadership training and development company Why you chose to work in your field: I love inspiring people … more
The relationship between human being and animal can teach people more than they think about compassion, perspective and overcoming the anxiety and post-traumatic stress created by negative … more
Jehovah’s Witnesses attended the Waste Management Phoenix Open with the hopes of sharing the Bible’s message with attendees. more
The ASU Foundation has been awarded a three-year, $937,000 grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation in support of 35 scholarships for students who are considered “DREAMers.” … more
Jay Kwan, an amateur baker who started out selling Asian pastries at farmers markets, organizes food festivals in Arizona with the goal to highlight the diversity of food and showcase local, small businesses. more
At the Scottsdale Aquatic Club --- a year-round, competitive swim club --- professional coaches work with young promising athletes seeking to attain top form. Officials at the aquatic club, which … more
“The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson” will be the subject of the Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable monthly meeting on Feb. 18. more
The Warren Schutte Invitational, the first PING Junior Masters Series tournament of the season, teed off Jan. 25-26 which saw Scottsdale residents and siblings Preston Summerhays and Grace Summerhays finish first and second in their respective divisions. more
Glenn Williamson, the founder/CEO of Canada Arizona Business Council --- a private sector group sanctioned by the Canadian Government and Arizona to increase bilateral trade and foreign direct investment efforts between Canada and Arizona --- was a recent keynote speaker at a luncheon meeting hosted by the Rotary Club of Scottsdale. more
“Golf Digest” announced its “Top 50 Teachers in America” and “Best Teachers in Arizona” list and the Boulders Golf Club PGA instructor Donald Crawley once again earned a spot on the list. more
For those stricken with muscular dystrophy --- a group of diseases causing progressive loss of muscle mass --- a feeling of despair can emerge and family members unprepared can often feel … more
The City of Scottsdale City Attorney’s Office has a Department of Victim Services co-located in the Prosecutor’s Office. This department is specifically designed to help victims in the … more
Three pallets of backpacks filled with a variety of supplies for people and their pets staying at emergency shelters has been donated to UMOM New Day Centers. The donation was made on Jan. 14, … more
More than 80 Arizona Special Olympians, with physical and intellectual disabilities, will participate in Troon Country Club’s 10th annual Tennis Fun Day on Saturday, Jan. 25. more
Members of the Piestewa Peak Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in Scottsdale teamed with therapy mini-horses from Tender Little Hearts Mini Tales and Equine Mini Therapy to visit over 40 residents at the Arizona State Veteran Home in central Phoenix. more
Tara Deck moved to Scottsdale in 1958 and gained an appreciation for the Sonoran Desert from her grandmother, who lived on an Indian Reservation. more
Nearly 150 years-combined service by three former City of Scottsdale council members was witnessed by The Rotary Club of Scottsdale. more
Due to growth, the 67th Annual Scottsdale Parada del Sol Parade & Trail’s End Festival is in need for additional volunteers to help out with the yearly festivities.  The Parade … more
A man named Karl Gentles walks into the room and introduces himself to a woman who happens to be named Carla. more
The experiences one has during a public performance can help sprout an inner power many might not know they possess. At Scottsdale-based Greasepaint Youtheatre that is the name of the game, … more
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