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The Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently welcomed Arizona Corporation Commission Chairman Bob Burns as keynote speaker at the club’s 2020 opening meeting. When introducing Mr. Burns, at … more
Thunderbird Field II Veterans Memorial, Inc. --- a non-profit 501(C)(3) for preserving the history of aviation in Scottsdale, all military veterans, and creating unique educational opportunities in aviation for students --- honors Rudy R. Miller with the first Leadership Appreciation Award. more
Scottsdale native and Israeli-American baseball player Jeremy Wolf has created a GoFundMe page in hopes of raising money while he prepares and trains for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. more
Bill Bernert moved to Scottsdale in 2012 to be closer to family and volunteers with the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy. more
Bible prophecy speaker and author, Dr. Jimmy DeYoung will be the featured speaker at Scottsdale’s Grace Baptist Church, 7934 E. Oak St. more
The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club hosted its 30th annual NiteFlite events in November 2019, raising just over $600,000 for more than a dozen local children’s charities including #LoveUp … more
Arizona philanthropists and Northern Arizona University alumna Billie Jo and Judd Herberger are donating to the NAU Foundation. The gift will name the corridor outside the Instrumental Rehearsal … more
Local Scottsdale attorney, CPA, broker and author Stanley Bronstein has released his latest book called “How To Create Your Excellent Life” and he will honor the release with a presentation. more
A Virginia opossum --- rescued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety on Christmas Eve, while playing possum on Interstate 10 --- has a new home and name. more
The 2020 Cactus League luncheon, featuring the induction of the latest Cactus League Hall of Fame class, is set for Wednesday, Feb. 19 at Grand Canyon University Arena in Phoenix. more
Scottsdale-based nonprofit Voices for CASA Children recently hosted its annual Jingle & Mingle event. more
Loss of life and property engulfed in flames is a tragic experience no one deserves, and since 1967 the Arizona Burn Foundation has been dedicated to the emotional and financial recovery of families … more
Elbows off the table. No chewing food with mouths open. Have a firm handshake. Establish eye contact. Make a good first impression. more
From volunteering to recreating, when John Griffin moved to Arizona in 2005 with his wife, Julia, he settled right in. more
“Mr. Lincoln Goes to Gettysburg with Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis and Ed Bearss,” will be presented at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 21. more
Duet: Partners In Health & Aging offers a resource for family caregivers in its “Finding Meaning and Hope” video discussion series in Scottsdale. more
Ben Ko, a stylist at The Bespoke Salon in Old Town Scottsdale, is “a cut above” the competition as he volunteers his time and talent at St. Vincent de Paul’s barbershop. more
Christmas trees aren’t just for ornaments, garland and candy canes. The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale welcomes donations of fresh, all-natural Christmas trees this … more
Ten members of the North Valley Young Marines joined 19 cohort units from across the United States in Hawaii to participate in the 78th anniversary Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance. In total, 150 … more
Scottsdale nonprofit Community Celebrating Diversity has named is three 2020 Diversity Champions for its upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration Dinner early next year. more
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