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1 Enjoy an exclusive concert celebrating Tucson’s starring role in the new music video “Like A Cowboy” with singer/songwriter Randy Houser talking about his experience filming the 1880’s western-themed video at Old Tucson. Details: 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14; Fox Theatre, 17 W. Congress St.; $30; 547-3040.
United Methodist Church has come a long way since they first began. The church officially organized in 2009 with approximately 120 people. Now, at their five year anniversary, there are well over 400 people. To celebrate their five year anniversary, the church is having a special celebratory service where it all began at Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary School at 8500 N. Continental Reserve Loop. This special service is being held on Nov. 23, at 10 am with delicious cake to follow. All are invited to see why this church is growing so well.
Elementary students with Rattlesnake Ridge had the opportunity to partner with Northwest Fire District as part of the department's Mini Muster's program, which helps celebrate Fire Prevention Month. Students were educated on basic fire drills, such as operating a real fire hose and wearing full fire gear. The department also spoke on the importance of taking measures to prevent fires.
The motion to approve a specific plan that would allow for denser developments at the Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch failed to pass in the Marana town council meeting.
Coyote Trail second grader Devyn Humbert learns what it is like to run in full fire fighter gear during Northwest Fire’s Mini Musters program.
McKenna Cagle, a Coyote Trail second grader, operates a real fire hose during Northwest Fire’s Mini Musters program.
Coyote Trail second grader Alyssa Amaro tries to knock a cone off of a tire with a real fire hose.
Christian Mulhall learns to crawl to safety while blindfolded as part of Northwest Fire’s Mini Musters program to celebrate Fire Prevention Month.
The public is invited to an evening of fun-filled affordable community fun—where there’s something for everyone! Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary Parent Teacher Organization will sponsor their annual “Rocky’s Fall Round-Up” carnival on Friday Oct. 17, from 5 to 9 p.m.
Peggy Lee grabbed this photo of a of roadrunner eating a rattlesnake.
On August 4, 2014 the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) publicly released 2014 AIMS results and the A-F school letter grades for schools throughout the state. The Marana Unified School District earned a high profile of B. One elementary school earned the ADE’s highest Achievement Profile of an A and fifteen Marana schools earned the Achievement Profile of a B.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona recently awarded two Marana teachers a $5,000 grant for each of their schools to fund health-related programs in Arizona. The grants were awarded based on the winners’ exceptional execution of the 2014 Walk On! Challenge.
Businesses are often successful because they do the work their customers aren’t qualified to do.
More than any other time of the year, residents are being warned to watch their step as snakes are slithering out of hiding and into the warm weather.