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The city of Surprise is reopening programs at the Senior Center in a phased approach, with limited front desk access and exercise classes available now. more
Several West Valley cities joined to proclaim April 22 “White Tank Wild Day” in an effort for all to enjoy and to conserve the natural and cultural resources of range, a rare pristine landscape in the Valley that many residents and visitors enjoy each year. more
Veterans, service members (active duty, Guard and reserve) and their families now have a new place to access resources, support and assistance in the West Valley. more
Surprise residents can celebrate National Volunteer Week by bagging beans for those in need and show community pride by participating in the fouth annual “Bean Bag Day” event on Saturday, April 24. more
Benevilla will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year. The nonprofit senior and family services agency was founded in 1981 by citizens of the Sun Cities area out of concern local services were not readily available more
In the past five years, Sunflower Food for Kidz has packaged 561,000 meals for the Valley View Food Bank. more
Benevilla has joined Arizona Gives Day 2021, a grassroots statewide day of giving, in inviting Arizonans to support their favorite non-profit causes by visiting azgives.org/Benevilla. more
Benevilla recently announced the re-launching of Kinship/Grandfamily Support Circles as part of its Family Resource Center Program. more
The Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission voted to spend up to $6,000 on repairs and restoration to the “We are the Past, Present, and Future of Surprise” mural at Bicentennial Park, 16705 N. Nash St. more
Arpi Hamilton, 42, is a wife, mother, Cancer Treatment Centers of America employee, and an active cancer fighter with a mission to educate Arizonans on cancer prevention and wellness.  more
A Goodyear man who turned his childhood battle with T-cell leukemia into a novel recently published an audio version of the book. more
As the coronavirus pandemic has forced more of people’s interactions behind screens, the Maricopa County Libraries is helping to make sure all county residents have access to a screen and to the Internet. more
The nonprofit Benevilla, 16752 N. Greasewood St., announced the expansion of its Groups Supported Employment program in the Northwest Valley. more
Hadley Gray, 11, of Surprise was recently named one of Arizona’s top two youth volunteers of 2021 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. more
A new study said Surprise has a long way to go to becoming one of the most culturally diverse cities in the U.S. — but it’s far from the worst. more
Surprise is ranking high in a new study that measures salaries compared to cost of living. more
Benevilla announced its first ever drive-thru Community Shred-a-Thon Fundraiser will be from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Feb. 20 (or until the shredding truck reaches capacity) at the Lord of Life Lutheran Church parking lot. more
Benevilla Life Enrichment Day Programs are now open for all the West Valley. more
Former Peoria City Manager Terry Ellis has known former Surprise City Manager Jim Rumpeltes for about 40 years. more
Fellowship Square Senior Living Community, 16477 W. Bell Road, has been leading an initiative to honor the veterans who call their campus home. more
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