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Sticks and stones may break your bones, but for Stacy Gowler, they make great custom cutting boards and coasters.
(BPT) - It’s a competitive market for all types of jobs, from entry level on up. If you have an interview scheduled, make certain you’re prepared for the questions you’ll be asked.
The statistics said Mountain View High School graduate Jessica Sipe should not have been there. She had a better chance of being pregnant than playing in a national championship game. She had a better chance of being in jail than being the potential go-ahead run. The statistics said she was far more likely to be in rehab than crossing home plate. However, Sipe decided at a young age that she was going to defy the odds.
(BPT) - Graduation season is here with high school and college grads eagerly awaiting commencement so they can start the next big chapter of life. This also means a lot of graduation celebrations for friends and family near and far. This year, show your support and go beyond the typical gift of a card and money. Instead, give graduates something they’re guaranteed to use every day: technology.
(BPT) - It’s that time of year to recognize the important people in your life. From Mother’s Day and Father’s Day to weddings and graduations, there are plenty of reasons to celebrate your loved ones. But this year, don’t fall into the trap of giving generic cards and gifts that are often discarded. It’s easier than ever to create a special present that comes from the heart, for any occasion.
Last week, event organizers held the 11th annual Project Graduation Business Breakfast with the intention of getting people interested in helping and donating to the cause.
They roam the remotest corners of the world, scale the highest mountains and descend deep into the Earth.
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It wasn’t long ago Parker Young was rehearsing lines in his theater class, or running the pigskin down the football fields of Catalina Foothills High School.
Events to help fund next year’s Project Graduation events will kick off this Saturday with the second annual Project Grad Extreme Car Show and Craft Fair. It will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 25 W. Calle Concordia in Oro Valley. Admission is $5, and free for kids 18 and under with a paid adult.
Seniors from Canyon Del Oro High School posed last week with the classic 1984 Corvette being raffled this weekend during the second annual Project Grad Extreme Car show & Craft Fair.
June 30 was a rather normal day for the Marines and sailors of the advisor team attached to the Afghan National Army’s 6th Kandak, 2nd Brigade, 215th Corps, at Patrol Base Dehmazong, Afghanistan.
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The temperature is rising, the days are getting longer and high school graduations are quickly approaching. This means the preparations for grad night parties are coming together, but the organizers are still in need of volunteers and donations for their events.
Each year, high school rivalries take a back seat to community cooperation, when three high schools work together to present Project Graduation at Amphitheater, Canyon Del Oro, and Ironwood Ridge.
Peace event, unity rally go 'til Friday
'Founding Fathers,' Constitution poster given to local school
Lindsay Johnson, a 2010 graduate of Ironwood Ridge High School, capped off her high school career by riding off into the sunrise in a bright red Hyundai refurbished by 911 Collision Centers, a sponsor of Project Graduation.
Letters to the editor published in the February 24, 2010, edition of The Explorer.
Middle school asks for help with 'Cinderella'