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6 April 18 - May 1, 2009
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City celebrates history with weekend events
As part of the countdown to Chandler’s 2012 Saturday’s festivities kick off with “Dr. Chandler’s www.chandlermuseum.org.
centennial, a variety of events held April 24 through Annual Reception,” beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Chandler High School and the Chandler Museum
26 is planned by the City of Chandler and Chandler north end of A.J. Chandler Park in historic downtown conduct free walking tours of the historic high school
Chamber of Commerce. Chandler. The free event includes local entertainment, and downtown areas at 2:15 p.m. Call 480-782-2717
The weekend begins with the Chamber’s “Chandler with remarks by Mayor Boyd Dunn, and the Crowne for reservations.
Today Luncheon” Fri., April 24 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort provides lemonade and Next, the Chandler Education Foundation holds an
p.m. at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Pavilion. cookies. Historic building plaques with images of the All Chandler Alumni and Retirees Reunion at 6 p.m. at
The luncheon celebrates the continued growth of original downtown businesses will be unveiled. the San Marcos Lodge. The cost is $35 per person. For
Chandler’s business community with speakers, a At 11 a.m., Chandler’s founding families are honored more information, call 480-224-3030 or register online
virtual tour of the city and a performance by the at the Chandler Historical Society’s 25th Annual at www.celebratechandler2012.com.
CGCC Vocal Jazz Ensemble. The event costs $25 per Pioneer Luncheon held in the San Marcos Pavilion. The weekend wraps up Sunday with several family
person. To register, visit www.chandlerchamber.com A $25 donation is suggested. For more information, reunions. To reserve a pavilion at any of Chandler’s
and click Events Calendar or call 480-963-4571. call the Chandler Museum at 480-782-2717 or visit community or regional parks, call 480-782-2727.
ICAN from Page 5
owner of Curves, also a sponsor; and 13-year-old Alex Healthy Lifestyles program. McClendon praised the
Mistal, son of Bill and Catherine Mistal of Chandler. attendees for baring the rain, and thanked the group
Alex, who attends Willis Jr. High, purchased $20 worth and sponsors for their support.
of tickets and waited patiently in the front row while “ICAN has an amazing group of supporters,
SanTan Sun News Publisher Laurie Fagen called the sponsors, and volunteers leading the charge for our
lucky raffl e numbers. youth. Their commitment to keeping programs free
“I can’t wait to tell my ICAN teacher!” he said and services targeted to meet the specifi c needs of
excitedly after winning. Chandler’s Redevelopment Area youth remain
Sprouts Farmers Market provided bottled water, inspiring. Because of this commitment, rain was
bananas, 250 reusable Sprouts bags with 10 percent not even the slightest of deterrence to ensuring a
discount store coupons. Other sponsors were Blacker successful event to support ICAN’s healthy lifestyles
Orthodontics, Curves for Women, First Credit Union, programming! We are already looking forward to the
Corrective Chiropractic, third annual run in 2010.”
Advanced Neck and Back and the Chandler Hilton More than 200 registered for the event, and those
Hotel.
STSN photo
who paid but did not attend may pick up a T-shirt
ICAN provides research-based prevention programs
WORTH THE WAIT: Alex Mistal, 13, shows off his new Apple iPod
and goodie bag while supplies last at ICAN’s offi ce
to youth and their families, which includes a healthy Touch device, donated by 360 Vantage, as ICAN’s CEO Christy at 201 S. Washington St. in downtown Chandler. For
lunch and snack to youth daily as part of ICAN’s
McClendon beams.
information on ICAN, call 480-821-4207.
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