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We are so excited to be able to show “California’s Forgotten Children” again in Flagstaff!
“Fueled by the powerful stories of survivors and advocates and a desire to foster change alongside our partners across the globe, California’s Forgotten Children has become a movement. They have reached thousands of people internationally raising awareness about the prevalence of child sex trafficking through festival and community screenings; mobilizing change within communities by partnering with local advocates and survivor leaders; and inspiring education reform that advocates for bringing an end to the exploitation of children.
It is at the heart of California’s Forgotten Children’s mission to bring impact that sparks important conversations, and connects with audiences around the world to create change. This film gives viewers the tools to combat this epidemic and empowers survivors on their path to freedom. Let’s put an end to commercial sexual exploitation and not leave any child behind.”
Join Cerissa Hoglander, Land Conservation Program Manager of the Grand Canyon Trust for this very interesting and vital topic
Spring areas are among the most imperiled ecosystems on the Colorado Plateau and need protection to restore natural water resources in ten riparian areas.
Celebrating the native cultural heritage of North and South America and the South Pacific, Living Legends presents a vibrant spectacle of energy, music, costume, and dance. As they take the stage, talented performers of native descent capture the rhythms of Polynesia, portray the fascinating legends of Native American people, and dazzle the senses with the energy of Latin America. Both the lavish costumes and the intricate choreography are authentic representations of the showcase cultures.
Corsair Avenue Extension and Wilkinson Drive
Pavement Improvement Project –
Community Open House Meeting, Wednesday, January 29, 2020
The City of Prescott invites you to attend a community open
house meeting for the Corsair Avenue Extension and Wilkinson Drive Pavement Improvement
Project. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 29, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Airport
Water Reclamation Facility, located at 2800 Melville Road. The open house will provide an
opportunity for community members to view the proposed design plans, ask questions, and connect
with the project team. All public input is welcome during the open house meeting.
Improvements being designed include a new roadway connection between the existing southern
terminus of Corsair Avenue and a new roundabout at the intersection with Wilkinson Drive.
Additional improvements include the reconstruction of approximately 2,000 feet of pavement along
Larry Caldwell Drive and Wilkinson Drive. This project will increase roadway circulation within the
Prescott Regional Airpark, improve stormwater runoff, and provide a smoother ride for motorists.
The community open house meeting will be an open house format with no formal presentation, feel
free to join the project team anytime during the meeting. For additional information or to reach a
project team member, email [email protected] or call the Project Hotline at (928)
The Priceless Prom Project sponsored by North Star Youth Partnership, a program of Catholic Charities along with Tri-City College Prep, are collecfting donations to provide students in need with free prom attire. At this time we are in need of gently-used formal dresses, women’s dress shoes, purses and jewelry. We also need suits, tuxedos, new black socks, and Men’s dress shoes. Individuals may also give cash donations, gift cards for hairstyles and manicures and volunteer their time. Collection of donated items wil continue through March. Contact Crystal Koons 928-708-7268 [email protected]
Bring items to Catholic Charities.
RunSedona Packet Pick-Up and Expo : Friday, January 31, 2020
Packet Pick-Up and Pre-Race Expo
Location: Posse Grounds Park
Friday, January 31, 2020
2:00 – 8:00 pm
The RunSedona has a fantastic Pre-Race Expo and Packet Pick-Up on Friday from 2:00 – 8:00 p.m. For efficiency, this Packet Pick-up will insure the best in customer service and registration accuracy.
Bring a photo ID to present when picking up your packet.
If you are picking up a packet for someone else, you will need a photocopy of their photo ID.
Participants may not access the race course without a 2020 RunSedona bib.
The Runners’ Expo offers booths for enjoyment for RunSedona participants and their families.
January 31 – Friday
75 E Hollamon St.
Camp Verde, AZ
Manzanita Outreach will have a free Food Sharing event on Friday, January 31 from 4:00pm-5:30pm at the Redinger Ramada in Camp Verde. Please bring your own bags. For more info go to ManzanitaOutreach.org.
February 1 – Saturday
Mingus Union High School
1801 E Fir St.
(Parking lot off of Camino Real)
Manzanita Outreach will have a free Food Sharing event on Saturday, February 1 from 10:00am-noon at the Mingus Union High School in Cottonwood. For more info go to ManzanitaOutreach.org.
Are you ready for tax season? AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is. They provide millions of people with the satisfaction of knowing they don’t have to go at it alone. And it’s completely free. Their IRS-certified teams will help you file your taxes. Open to all ages and income levels. Three Tax-Aide sites will be open in Flagstaff and one each in Williams and Winslow. For more information or to schedule an appointment call 928-919-9277