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Monica Aguirre, who has a child in the first grade at Copper Creek Elementary School, helps cool off Hawk Walk participants during the schools fund raiser event last week.
One of our Marana spring traditions is the State of the Town luncheon. It’s an event I look forward to every year because it gives me an opportunity to share a positive message about where our community is headed and a chance to thank some of the many people who make Marana great.
Visit the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott Ave., this Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. to see the Fred Hersch Trio.
I had the pleasure of attending the Inaugural Gala, presented by the Rialto Theatre Foundation and sponsored by Jim Click, Saturday, Feb. 9.
Sandy Hook memorial
Last Friday, Pusch Ridge Christian Academy held its first Mud Run fund raiser where students, teachers, faculty and sponsors were asked go through a 2-mile course around the school's campus. Along the course there were numerous obstacles for participants to overcome.
Central Arizona College exhibit to open Feb. 3
Thursday, Jan. 27
LCMNA to host community yard sale Jan. 29
Steam Pump Village owners request development changes
Oro Valley Public Works employees Tony Sances and Manuel Fierros place Christmas trees into a wood chipper at the Naranja Town Site last Wednesday. The Oro Valley Kiwanis Club uses the “treecycle” program as a fund-raiser for buying presents and school supplies for needy kids. People wishing to use the mulch are free to pick some up at the town site.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, The Oro Valley Kiwanis Club uses the “treecycle” program as a fund-raiser for buying presents and school supplies for needy kids. People wishing to use the mulch are free to pick some up at the town site.
Tai Chi class at NW church starts Jan. 6
More than 120 Pima County high school students, including several from Marana, learned about financial literacy and home ownership this fall from members of the Tucson Association of Realtors’ housing opportunities committee.