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MHC Healthcare (MHC) has been awarded additional funding through Community Partnership of Arizona (CPSA) to provide a full array of covered behavioral health services.
It’s the time of year when we all feel more thankful for everything we have. We count our blessings a little more and appreciate the people and organizations that make our lives complete.
The party returned to Marana once again this year.
Savor Southern Arizona Food & Wine Festival
Pima County Health Department released a statement today about potential risk of exposure of blood borne infection due to the faulty installation of equipment at a clinic located at 3662 West Ina Road.
The first-ever Marana Main Street Festival was held over the weekend with plenty of entrants in the bed race and plenty of fun, food and sun in the streets. Spearheaded by town staff and local business owner Teri Murphy, the event is designed to familiarize residents with an area of Marana that was once considered downtown before the introduction of Interstate 10 in the 1960s cut through the area’s development plans.
The first-ever Marana Main Street Festival is coming to the Town on April 5-7. Spearheaded by town staff and local business owner Teri Murphy, the event is designed to familiarize residents with an area of Marana that was once considered downtown before the introduction of Interstate 10 in the 1960s cut through the area’s development plans.
Everyone loves a good community event complete with arts and crafts, entertainment and activities for people of all ages. The first Marana Main Street Festival April 5-7 promises to deliver all that and more.
Each year the Town of Marana holds signature events. These are staples of the community and are a great way to experience all the town has to offer.
Marana Chamber of Commerce will host two Meet and Greet opportunities for residents to talk with the candidates for the Marana Town Council.
It’s literally a colorful scene in the Marana Health Center’s art therapy room.
Amber Lights Retirement Community
It was a honky-tonk kind of weekend in Marana when country superstar Easton Corbin performed at the Marana Health Center on Saturday night, showcasing a number of hits from his latest album, “All Over the Road.”
Marana Healthcare has been an important part of our community since 1957. What started as a single location providing medical care for migrant farm workers has become a region-wide system with 15 facilities that offer a wide array of services, including family medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, physical therapy, dental, radiology, pharmacy, behavioral health, and quick care.
Thursday, March 15
Program offers trees for $8
As 2011 winds down to an end, activities are cranked up to their fullest. The holidays are here, and with them comes a wealth of concerts, classes, plays and other events, most aimed at bringing smiles to people of all ages.
The public is invited to explore the next generation of medical facilities with a public open house
MHC Healthcare and Marana officials cut the ceremonial red ribbon on the new Marana Health Center Main Clinic May 21.
Country singer and songwriter Troy Olsen performs an intimate acoustic concert after the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Marana Health Center. Olsen is a graduate of Marana High School.
Marana town officials and local dignitaries were all smiles after cutting the ribbon to open the Marana Health Center.
Friday night, during a small ceremony, the Ora Mae Harn Community Fountain was dedicated. Sometimes referred to as the “Matriarch of Marana,” the late Harn served on the town council from 1985 to 2001 and was as mayor on two occasions (1989-93 and 1997-99).