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(BPT) - Mobile has certainly come a long way to help connect people with loved ones, improve productivity and simplify daily tasks – with simple swipes or taps, they can instantly locate the best restaurants in town or get directions from point A to point B among other game-changing benefits. But it doesn’t just end there. In 2015, significant developments in the mobile space will empower people to do even more with their devices.
(NAPSI)—High school students can draw a valuable lesson from a major car company’s contest.
Tax season is here, and whether residents are waiting until the April 15 deadline, or filing ahead of time, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) officials recommend all take advantage of the online services to save time and money.
We are growing! Last year CCS provided nearly 50,000 clothing items for qualified, local residents. To meet the needs of even more families, we have expanded our services.
Pio Decimo Center, an agency of Catholic Community Services and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are looking for community volunteers to provide free tax preparation services to residents of Marana and other near-by communities in Pima County.
The Seventh Annual Harvest for Hope 5k non-competitive walk/run event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5 at 5 p.m. The event will take place at the path adjacent to the Oro Valley Marketplace.
The Freedom Alert and Guardian Alert 911 pendants from LogicMark are now available through Catalina Community Services. Because you are speaking through your pendant, Freedom Alert allows you to communicate from every corner of your home, outside in the yard and in the driveway.
Today more than 17% of Pima County families are living below the poverty line and often children from these families go to school without the necessary supplies to contribute and actively participate in their classes. Education is the best means for these children to rise above poverty and break the cycle, but receiving an education requires having tools that allow for meaningful participation in the learning process.
The Golden Goose Thrift Shop is now accepting and picking up clothing donations and would like to share what happens to those donations.
Have a few free hours, and looking for something to do? Enjoy working with people? Come join us at Catalina Community Services, and make a difference in peoples’ lives by helping with a community project or program. Join us in improving lives and inspiring futures.
Catalina Community Services provides basic assistance to community members by providing food, clothing, senior meals, delivered meals, youth programs, school support, ESL and citizenship classes, a job resource center, lecture series, and a variety of other community programs designed to improve the lives of community residents.
The Best of the Northwest received nearly 400 votes
Not all the Christmas gifts that area children in need receive this year will fit under the tree. One child in particular will wake up to something that will help visions of sugarplums dance in his head – a new bed.
Catalina food bank seeking donations
If you were in a vehicle that crashed, would you know the best way to escape?
Youth summer programs are offered by some Tucson schools, businesses and institutions. Check websites for more information, or call for programs and schedules offered.
The fifth annual Harvest for Hope 5k non-competitive walk/run event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 2 at 5 p.m. at Riverfront Park in Oro Valley.
Catalina Community Services is up and running in its new location.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Georgene Birchard, who has volunteered for Catalina Community Services for the past six years, sorts through clothing that will either be placed in the new clothing bank, the Golden Goose Thrift Shop, or passed on to the Salvation Army.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Ginny and Mike Gillum, who both volunteer at Catalina Community Services' food bank, clean up some weeds that sprouted around the new building after the recent monsoon. The new building is home to the Pima County Health Office, and CCS.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Jeff McClure, who has been volunteering at Catalina Community Services for about the past four months, organizes some of the canned food in the food bank.
El Tour means road restrictions in Oro Valley
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League, meets, state of town fills OV's September
Eight years of fundraising and planning has led Catalina Community Services to the brink of a new facility.