Calendar of Events

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Jan
23
Sat
Senettes Journey (Stem Cell Test Site) @ The Heights Church
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Senette is a Prescott native, and was diagnosed with T-cell
lymphoblastic lymphoma in September and has been having to stay at
MD Anderson Hospital in Gilbert, getting chemoterapy treatments
since she was diagnosed. The subtype of cancer she has is not
responding to the chemotherapy treatments, so the next step is a Stem Cell Transplant. Currently there is not a
match in the donor system for Senette, so we need everyones help to help find her a match. Senette is always
giving back to her community. She is a volunteer for the Firefighter Angel Foundation which is a non profit
organization that supports children in her community, and she is a local Nurse when she is not being a patient
herself. Senette has a strong faith and has had the most positive attitude through her treatments. She is the type
of person who would do anything for anyone. Now its time for Senettes community and friends to be there for
her time in need and help find her a Stem Cell match. If you can’t make the drive through test site, please
register for a kit online. If you’re not a match for Senette theres a chance you might be a match for someone
else fighting for their life.
Come and Join the BE THE MATCH REGISTRY and be someone’s
hero!!

WHEN: Saturday January 23, 2021 WHERE: The Heights Church
10AM-2PM rain or shine
This is going to be drive through event.

Stay in your car and text SenettesJourney to 61474, fill out the
application on your phone, and we will hand you a swab.

You will swab your cheek and then you are done!
Testing Ages 18-44 only, free of charge. Those 45-60 will need to get their kit by mail because they are not able to process the $100 fee at the remote locations. You can order the kit by texting SenettesJourney to 61474 or visit join.bethematch.org/SenettesJourney.

Jan
24
Sun
Sedona Historical Society Seeks Volunteers for Historic Cemetery Projects
Jan 24 @ 4:30 pm

The Sedona Historical Society is looking for volunteers to perform a variety of functions at their two historic cemeteries. Needs include volunteers to do mowing, weeding and other gardening tasks; also to act as liaison with families and vendors; and/or to participate on the coordinating committees to guide decisions and plans for improvements and maintenance.

            If someone is interested in working on any of these activities, they are asked to call 928-282-7038 and ask for Janeen, the Society President.

The Society owns the Sedona area’s two oldest cemeteries. The Schuerman Red Rock Cemetery on the Upper Red Rock Loop Road dates from 1893 when the pioneering Schuerman family buried their toddler daughter, Clara, after she succumbed to Cholera.  The other is the Cook Cedar Glade Cemetery, which saw its first interment in 1918 with a victim from the Spanish Flu epidemic. This cemetery also serves as the final resting place of our town’s namesake, Sedona Schnebly, and her husband T. Carl and their little daughter Pearl.

The Sedona Historical Society’s mission is to “research, preserve and teach the history of the greater Sedona area”, and it operates the Sedona Heritage Museum at 735 Jordan Road in Uptown Sedona.  For more information about the Society and their work, call 928-282-7038 or visit SedonaMuseum.org.

Jan
27
Wed
Prescott Student GEM Corps/Ameri Corps Applications
Jan 27 @ 9:34 pm

GEM Environmental (GEM), is a 501(c)3 non-profit headquartered in Prescott AZ. The organization is now accepting AmeriCorps Crew Member applications for their newly created professional development program called GEM Corps. GEM is seeking young, motivated individuals looking to gain experience through hands-on training and professional development in conservation work.

GEM Corps crew members will be offered extensive opportunities to work with community partners on a variety of projects over the course of their 675-hour terms. Members will serve a approximately 15 hour per week, with 8-10 hours over the weekends working on community projects and 1-5 hours of professional development and/or leadership training occurring on weekdays. The crew will be mentored and trained by field professionals and experienced team leaders as they gain practical knowledge and certifications geared toward helping them find and apply for conservation jobs in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields.

 

Following the successful completion of their term, members are eligible to receive the following: $2,360 Segal Education Award, one-year of Non-Competitive federal hiring status eligibility, 30-hour OSHA General Industries Certification, Professional Training certificates in conservation work, and a Civic Leadership Certificate from Prescott College.

 

GEM has previously offered a variety of internship opportunities for local students; however, GEM Corps goes above and beyond the average internship by providing unique experiential learning opportunities at no cost to the participant. While reflecting on his term with GEM, past intern Dallas Willoughby shared, “The service-learning program was great in teaching me about the job and helping me to understand all the different parts of it. Every part of the experience helped me not just in the STEM world, but in learning things like interacting and working with others.”

 

In addition to GEM Corps, GEM sponsors a variety of public programs– including scholarships, paid internships, regular environmental education programming, community clean-ups, and more. To learn more and apply for GEM Corps visit www.gemenvironmental.org. All applications are due by February 1st, 2021 and should be submitted directly through the online application on the GEM website at https://www.gemenvironmental.org/gemcorpscrewmember.

Feb
7
Sun
Sedona Historical Society Seeks Volunteers for Historic Cemetery Projects
Feb 7 @ 4:30 pm

The Sedona Historical Society is looking for volunteers to perform a variety of functions at their two historic cemeteries. Needs include volunteers to do mowing, weeding and other gardening tasks; also to act as liaison with families and vendors; and/or to participate on the coordinating committees to guide decisions and plans for improvements and maintenance.

            If someone is interested in working on any of these activities, they are asked to call 928-282-7038 and ask for Janeen, the Society President.

The Society owns the Sedona area’s two oldest cemeteries. The Schuerman Red Rock Cemetery on the Upper Red Rock Loop Road dates from 1893 when the pioneering Schuerman family buried their toddler daughter, Clara, after she succumbed to Cholera.  The other is the Cook Cedar Glade Cemetery, which saw its first interment in 1918 with a victim from the Spanish Flu epidemic. This cemetery also serves as the final resting place of our town’s namesake, Sedona Schnebly, and her husband T. Carl and their little daughter Pearl.

The Sedona Historical Society’s mission is to “research, preserve and teach the history of the greater Sedona area”, and it operates the Sedona Heritage Museum at 735 Jordan Road in Uptown Sedona.  For more information about the Society and their work, call 928-282-7038 or visit SedonaMuseum.org.

Feb
11
Thu
Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Planning Meeting
Feb 11 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Our next Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Planning Meeting will be – Thursday, FEB 11 via ZOOM at 10AM – Zoom information below
Camp Verde Community Library is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Meeting ID: 825 6759 6858 
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Feb
21
Sun
Sedona Historical Society Seeks Volunteers for Historic Cemetery Projects
Feb 21 @ 4:30 pm

The Sedona Historical Society is looking for volunteers to perform a variety of functions at their two historic cemeteries. Needs include volunteers to do mowing, weeding and other gardening tasks; also to act as liaison with families and vendors; and/or to participate on the coordinating committees to guide decisions and plans for improvements and maintenance.

            If someone is interested in working on any of these activities, they are asked to call 928-282-7038 and ask for Janeen, the Society President.

The Society owns the Sedona area’s two oldest cemeteries. The Schuerman Red Rock Cemetery on the Upper Red Rock Loop Road dates from 1893 when the pioneering Schuerman family buried their toddler daughter, Clara, after she succumbed to Cholera.  The other is the Cook Cedar Glade Cemetery, which saw its first interment in 1918 with a victim from the Spanish Flu epidemic. This cemetery also serves as the final resting place of our town’s namesake, Sedona Schnebly, and her husband T. Carl and their little daughter Pearl.

The Sedona Historical Society’s mission is to “research, preserve and teach the history of the greater Sedona area”, and it operates the Sedona Heritage Museum at 735 Jordan Road in Uptown Sedona.  For more information about the Society and their work, call 928-282-7038 or visit SedonaMuseum.org.