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Smiles lit up the faces of 35 Roadrunner Elementary students as Elks Lodge volunteers helped them shop for $140 worth of clothing and shoes on Dec. 1, at J.C. Penney in the Tucson Mall.
With more than 25 years of teaching elementary students, Marana resident Margaret O’Connell has taken her love for children away from the classroom and transformed it into book form.
Elle Wheeler, a drama student from Ironwood Ridge High School, is staged as an injured civilian for a Community Emergency Response (CERT) training drill.
With the heat come our slithering friends from the desert. This rattlesnake slithered into a yard recently. Officials warn residents to be cautious around the venomous creatures, and watch pets during summer months.
Brenda Reiman, a student at Tucson College of Beauty, cuts Fran Glove’s hair. Reiman was accepted last January and plans to graduate in January 2013.
The Loop Taste of Chicago is celebrating its fifth anniversary by having well-known European pianist Mr. Boogie Woogie and his band, on Friday, April 20. Entertainment starts at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Luis Keys and his wife, Karina Keys, own the ClearChoice Dental Implants Center in Tucson. ClearChoice performs more dental implant procedures in one month than most dental practices do in a year.
Lab technician Fred Eichhorn creates a mold to be used for a patient’s implants. ClearChoice provides more dental implant services for patients of all ages.
Kalpana from L.M. Prince Elementary jumps over the hurdles. There were grass and track hurdle events.
The fifth grade girls battle to the finish line in the 50 meter dash.
A big smile spreads across 10-year-old Nicholas Benavidez’s face as he participates in the Adaptive Race. There were three events for the special needs students.
Blake Martinez, a senior at Canyon Del Oro High School, helps out at the track meet. Martinez has committed to play football at Stanford University in the fall.
Anne Wheaton, track meet director, directs the student athletes to their correct events. The track meet hosted over 600 student athletes.
The boys take off for the first leg of the Shuttle Relay. The event included 8 boys for each of the 13 school’s that participated.
Ben and Amber run in the Adaptive Race as the crowd loudly cheers them on.
Mariah Luster from Painted Sky Elementary gets ready to release the ball in the softball-throw event.
Dakota Wayne soars to first place in the Running Long Jump event.
Fourth and fifth graders take off for the mile run at Elementary District Track Meet.