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Phoenix Public Library Branches Resume Limited In-Building Visits

Phoenix Mayor Gallego and Phoenix City Council recently approved Phoenix Public Library’s plan to restore in-building visits. Restoration of in-building visits will roll out in three separate library location groupings with the first group of eight – Burton Barr Central ...

Phoenix Public Library Branches Resume Limited In-Building Visits2021-05-05T10:47:46-07:00

Summer Water Safety: Stay cool and safe with these helpful tips

By Jill Frier Summer is fast approaching and, unfortunately for the Valley of the Sun, so is accidental drowning season. City resources, state agencies, and first responders come out in droves this time of year cautioning parents to “Watch Your ...

Summer Water Safety: Stay cool and safe with these helpful tips2021-05-05T10:43:49-07:00

Local Teen Publishes Second Children’s Book That Will Help the Homeless

Ashley Nevison, age 14, recently published her second children’s book, titled “We Are So Beautiful; Valuing the Differences Among Everyone.” The book introduces young children to the concept of diversity. The book is her second in The Monster Bully Series ...

Local Teen Publishes Second Children’s Book That Will Help the Homeless2021-05-05T10:41:25-07:00

Community Members Needed to Help Support Parents

By Emily Singleton It takes a village to raise a child, but most of us don’t even know our next door neighbors—much less have any idea how to be a part of supporting them in raising their family. Home visitation ...

Community Members Needed to Help Support Parents2021-05-05T10:40:22-07:00

DVUSD Alumni Creates International STEM Program for Teens

By Emma Wolff For most teenagers, high school does not include connecting with people from all over the United States to start an international science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program for other students. But, for Tina Sindwani, a class ...

DVUSD Alumni Creates International STEM Program for Teens2021-05-05T10:35:36-07:00

Phoenix Holocaust Association, Arizona Jewish Historical Society Offer Holocaust Education/Awareness Programs Via Joint Speaker’s Bureau Program

Arizona’s Holocaust survivors and their descendants have long volunteered to share their personal stories with members of the community.  These important stories can be shared virtually to schools, youth and community organizations.  Combining efforts, the Phoenix Holocaust Association (PHA) and ...

Phoenix Holocaust Association, Arizona Jewish Historical Society Offer Holocaust Education/Awareness Programs Via Joint Speaker’s Bureau Program2021-04-14T11:56:56-07:00

AZ529, Arizona’s Education Savings Plan Launches Second Annual Statewide Essay Contest

For more than 20 years, AZ529, Arizona’s Education Savings Plan, has helped families accumulate more than $1.9 billion in tax-deferred education savings. To continue highlighting the importance of saving money for children’s post-high school educational and career goals, the second-annual ...

AZ529, Arizona’s Education Savings Plan Launches Second Annual Statewide Essay Contest2021-04-07T09:43:12-07:00
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