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Sing-A-Long Spectacular (Dec. 11th)
Chabad of Oro Valley will ignite a public menorah erected at the Oro Valley Public Library followed by a community-wide celebration on the 2nd night of Chanukah, which falls out on December 17. The ceremony will feature greetings from Mayor Hiremath, a fantastic fire show, hot latkes, fresh donuts, lively music, and crafts for kids.
I am very pleased to announce that District 1 will be receiving a large portion of the $5 million allocated for road repairs this year. Although the County Administrator did not approve of road repair funds being allocated for neighborhood roads, there was some good news for residents when the Board approved $1.9 million for arterial road repair projects in District 1 at the November 18th Board of Supervisors meeting. While I did ask for consideration of funding neighborhood roads in failing condition, I was informed by the Director of Transportation that only arterial roads would be addressed. Regardless, at this time of Thanksgiving, I am very thankful that my fellow Supervisors approved any funding for District 1 road repairs and hope we can continue to work to find solutions to our road problems.
Be a part of the 10th Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade. Now is the time to show support for the town that you love. Everyone is invited to either be a participant or a spectator. It is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 13, at 9:30 a.m. and will last 90 minutes. This year’s parade will be celebrating the Community of Oro Valley.
Be a part of the 10th Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade. Now is the time to show support for the town that you love! Everyone is invited to either be a participant or a spectator. It is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 13, at 9:30 a.m. and will last 90 minutes. This year’s parade will be celebrating the Community of Oro Valley.
Applications are now available.
As the election for Mayor and three Council seats draws near, it’s time we, as Oro Valley residents, open our eyes. Let’s take a look to see what the four incumbents have done as a council and as individuals.
“Exciting” is the word used by Marana Town Manager Gilbert Davidson to describe the approaching 2014 calendar year as the town continues to trend in the right direction following the nation’s hard-hitting 2008 recession.
The annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade was held on Dec. 14 along La Canada Road. The parade started at Ironwood Ridge High School and ended at the Oro Valley Public Library.
Members of the Oro Valley Police Department lead the way to get the annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade under way.
There was plenty of entertainment throughout the parade, from the bagpipes being played above, to several local high school bands making the annual event.
The national and state flags are hoisted by local legion members.
To end the lengthy parade, viewers were excited to see Santa Claus on top of the Golder Ranch Fire engine.
Old Stage Coach is an entry in the Oro Valley Holiday Parade, from the Hilton El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort.
The holiday season is once again here. All around us we are reminded of the upcoming holidays. Children eagerly await the arrival of Santa Claus, decorating the tree, hanging lights, and of course the sweets Parents delight in the joy of their children with everyone eagerly looking forward to holiday gatherings with family and friends.
The ninth Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade is slated for Saturday, Dec. 14 at 9:30 a.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes. This year’s parade will once again be celebrating Small Businesses in Oro Valley.
The 9th Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade is slated for Saturday, December 14th at 9:30 a.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes. This year’s parade will once again be celebrating Small Businesses in Oro Valley.
Sabastian Solomon, 2, gets a ride during the festivities.
Dressed as their favorite cookies, Girl Scout troop 174 walks in the Eighth-Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade.