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In one year of working together to encourage the community to fix, adopt and save homeless pets, seven animal welfare organizations in Maricopa County say they’ve seen positive results.
Benny is up for adoption at the Arizona Humane Society.The Fix. Adopt. Save. Initiative is a three-year campaign being led by the Alliance for Companion Animals.
Heather Sheston, project manager of the Alliance for Companion Animals Fix. Adopt. Save. Campaign said the group has saved about 4,500 animals since April 2013.
After seven years of bringing people together, Sheila Coonen, founder and executive director of Connecting to Serve (CTS), has announced she’s retiring from full-time work with the nonprofit.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is reaching out to industry leaders through a Request for Information to gather perspective and feedback on constructing the South Mountain Freeway as a public-private partnership.
The Governor’s office recently awarded the city of Phoenix Human Services Department a more than $122,000 grant to enhance its Phoenix Teen Violence Prevention (PTVP) program.
Lisa Reinhart with Keller Williams Realty Sonoran Living recently completed a luxury home marketing training course offered by the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing. The course — which covered such topics as demographics of the affluent, lifestyle segmentation, trends and amenities in today’s luxury home product, and creating a marketing plan for the multimillion dollar property — was taught by Laurie Moore-Moore, President of the Dallas-based Institute for Luxury Home Marketing and author of the book, “Rich Buyer, Rich Seller! The Real Estate Agents’ Guide to Marketing Luxury Homes.”
Ten choreographers under the age of 19 put months of preparation, planning and practice into creating a dance for a live audience and cast of celebrity judges. In the end, Desert Vista student Jessica Symmes took home first prize at the Next Generation of Fine Arts Young Choreographers Competition.
Small business owners in Maricopa County are invited to participate in two free workshops and learn more about the city of Phoenix business certification programs and how they can provide opportunities for small business economic growth. The workshops are offered by the Equal Opportunity Department and take place at the Calvin C. Goode Municipal Building, 251 W. Washington St., 10th floor.
The Lucky Duck Consignment sale will once again return to Esperanza Lutheran Church, 2601 E. Thunderhill Place, the weekend of Feb. 28.