Ahwatukee Foothills residents looking to add a furry member to their family will have a great opportunity to do so tomorrow when PACC911 will host an adopt-a-thon in the Ahwatukee Petco parking lot, at 5011 E. Ray Road.
How's that new year, new you fitness pledge going? January, the start of New Year's resolution month, sees a healthy uptick in sign-ups at gyms and specialized studios offering such things as Pilates, kickboxing and yoga.
If you are interested in saving for retirement, here’s some good news: For 2015, the IRS has raised the maximum contribution limits for 401(k) plans from $17,500 to $18,000. And if you’re 50 or older, you can put in an extra $6,000, up from $5,500 in 2014.
FILE - In this April 13, 2010 file photo, women exercise on machines in a gym in central London. January, the start of New Year's resolution month, sees a healthy uptick in sign-ups at gyms and specialized studios offering such things as Pilates, kickboxing and yoga. But money-saving expert Andrea Woroch in Bakersfield, California, said recent statistics show 67 percent of people who join don't use their memberships at all. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)
One person’s surplus is another’s necessity, and St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance is hoping that once again the Valley’s overflowing neighborhood citrus trees can be transformed into a bountiful harvest for those in need this winter.
I am a retired Ahwatukee resident and worked as the business office manager at the Ahwatukee Recreation Center (ARC) for 18 years. During that time I had a wonderful working relationship and regular interaction with the Ahwatukee Board of Management (ABM), and occasionally staff, in the capacity of my job.
One look in the sweet soulful eyes of this brown tabby, Kiki, and she melts and rolls over to have her belly rubbed. Kiki gave birth to kittens outside a nursing home last summer, and Cactus Cats Rescue saved her and the kittens, found them homes, and now it’s Kiki’s turn. She will politely sleep on a dresser top or the foot of your bed, is quiet and gets along quite well with other cats, not being a dominant cat. Kiki would probably do best in a quiet household. She is tested, fixed, and has all her shots.
At this time of year, “Top Trends” and “Best Of” lists flood the news. And of the many trends that come and go over time, for most of us there is one trend that will never go away: We want to live healthier lifestyles in the new year!