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The Foundation for Cardiovascular Health, a 501(c) 3 non-profit community organization will be giving a FREE presentation. The presenters are Richard "Richy" Feinberg a And Edna Silva, a RN who for the past 20 years has been in Cardiac Rehabilitation.
The Junior Golf Association of Arizona and the Ricki Rarick Junior Golf Program will be hosting its annual Tucson City Junior Championship at The Randolph Golf Complex, competing on the Dell Urich Golf Course and the Randolph North Golf Course, on May 28 and 29. The tournament is sponsored by the Tucson Conquistadores, longtime supporters of the JGAA and youth sports. Over 200 of the finest junior golfers, ages 6-18 are expected to tee it up. Tee times begin at 6:30 AM on both days and the event is open for spectators.
A team of researchers in the University of Arizona’s College of Pharmacy has discovered a molecular pathway that could be key to creating new therapeutics that would slow or even reverse the progression of end-stage liver disease.
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China's military last week conducted the first flight test of a new ultra-high speed missile vehicle aimed at delivering warheads through U.S. missile defenses, Pentagon officials said.
Even with difficult course conditions, the Canyon Del Oro golf team rallied together to finish third in the Division II state championship on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25-26, at Aguila Golf Course.
Arizona rising senior and NCAA Champion diver Samantha Pickens concluded competition at the 15th FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Pickens represented Team USA in the 1-meter springboard and 3-meter synchronized diving events.
In honor of the World Tai chi and National Asian Heritage Month in April 2013, the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center is presenting Healthy Eating and Living "ASIAN STYLE" on Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center at 1288 W. River Road.
CDO won the East Valley Shoot Out at Bear Creek Golf Course in Chandler after posting a team score of nine-under par (419). CDO led second place Chandler Hamilton High School by three shots, two-under par to one-over par, after the first day of competition.
Six golfers represented the CDO boys' golf team at the Dobson Ranch Invitational. They are (left to right): Eric Wu, Frankie Wu, Jaime Waltmire, Chris Meyers, Austin France and Daniel Rowland.
Canyon Del Oro participated in the Dobson Ranch Invitational on Oct. 5-6, placing fourth as a team against 21 other schools from Division I and II.
The Canyon Del Oro Dorados are a big favorite to win Division II at the state golf tournament, and the talented senior golfer Jaime Waltmire is a big reason for that.
Twenty teams from eight states and Canada competed in the Antigua National High School Invitational on Sept. 7-8 at the McCormick Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale.
The Canyon Del Oro boys’ golf team looks to have another promising year ahead. The talent-packed team, led by Jaime Waltmire, has started the season out strong, commencing with a solid showing in Division II play at the Alta Mesa Golf Cup, which ran from Aug. 24-25.
Marana chamber holiday event at Omni Dec. 16
The Heart Series, a medically directed, 12-week program dedicated to heart health, begins two fall programs the first full week of September.
A large trophy — but no cash — awaits 11-year-old golfer Frankie Wu upon winning San Diego’s Callaway Junior World Championship, from July 15 to19.