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Traveling Exhibit Explores Past, Present and Future of Water

A Smithsonian exhibit making its way around the state aims to help people understand water’s environmental and cultural importance in Arizona and elsewhere. Water/Ways , a project by the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street, is visiting 12 rural communities in Arizona from now until March 2020. Source: Traveling Exhibit Explores Past, Present and Future of […]

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Pie-eating contest, coffee drinking will benefit association’s work with Tucson foster kids

Two events to raise money for Arizona’s Children Association. Source: Pie-eating contest, coffee drinking will benefit association’s work with Tucson foster kids

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The Secret Ingredient in This UA Recipe: Culture

In a modified version of the Food Network favorite “Iron Chef,” Tucson Village Farm stands in for Kitchen Stadium. Rather than trained chefs, the contestants are college students — visitors from Moscow — teamed with University of Arizona partners. The dishes represent two cultures: nopalitos, tamales, pozole and green beans with red chile from the Sonoran […]

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McDonald’s to hire 4000 in Arizona this summer

McDonald’s to hire 4000 in Arizona this summer Queen Creek Independent Full coverage Source: McDonald’s to hire 4000 in Arizona this summer

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Shopping center in north-central Phoenix sells for $5.2 million to Hawaiian investor

Rajan Watumull of Honolulu-based real estate investment firm Watumull Enterprises Ltd. purchased the property from local restaurateurs and brothers, Robert Brescia and Dino Brescia. Source: Shopping center in north-central Phoenix sells for $5.2 million to Hawaiian investor

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Request for proposals for funding supplement emergency food, shelter programs

Request for proposals for funding supplement emergency food, shelter programs White Mountain Independent Full coverage Source: Request for proposals for funding supplement emergency food, shelter programs

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Native Seeds/SEARCH Workshop: Selecting Seeds

Gardening Workshop with Native Seeds/SEARCH Spring Season Vegetable Gardening in the Desert This workshop is FREE. Native Seeds/SEARCH will be set up at the market (8 AM – 1PM) and offering seeds, local food products, and other items for sale. Come by and bring your gardening questions! Upcoming Topics: Container Gardening Protecting Your Garden During […]

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Mobile Food Pantry

St. Mary’s produce distribution is open to the public, and all who are in need may receive free food. Guests are asked to present an ID and sign a self-declaration of need. No proof of income is required.   Details Date: March 20 Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Event Category: Community Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/315480275608966 Organizers […]

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ACFAZ Meeting at Art Institute of Phoenix, October 16

Meet it’s new Culinary Director Chef Noel Ridsdale, MBA, CEC, CCA, AAC Meeting time: Board 3:30 pm General meeting 5 pm More information to follow.

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