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There was a lawsuit making the national headlines through much of March. In involved a teenager from New Jersey who was suing her parents for—among other things—access to a college fund. The litigious young lady was one Rachel Canning, 18. As it turns out, young Miss Canning eventually dropped the case voluntarily, and has since returned home. I suppose that is a tidy end to the court case, but I can’t help but pick my jaw up off the floor when I read related news stories.
Let’s face it: between seasonal greeting cards, gifts, and sparkly clothes for festive parties, the holidays can be an expensive time of year for everyone. That is especially true for large families. I should know; I have one. With four children ranging in age from six to eighteen, I’ve had a few years to practice budgeting for the seasonal expenditures that come with the holidays. I thought I’d pass along a few of my tried and true tips.
In 2012, six residents from Oro Valley and Marana have received an opportunity worth $3,500 to become healthier, fit and meet life goals through the Anytime Fitness challenge.
It’s 10 a.m. on a Tucson Sunday, and the chatter in the car at Oracle and Ina is about the music selection, and a day of hiking in the cooler climes of Mount Lemmon.