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Living well series at Fulton Ranch Christmas in July food drive at AVE
A variety of free seminars about learning to July 16: “Chiropractic Care and Pregnancy,” Help the United Food bank by donating non-perishable food in July to
“live well in tight times” will be held at Fulton by Dr. Jim Handzel of Arizona Family
Audio Video Editor in The Falls at Ocotillo and get a free videotape transfer.
Ranch Towne Center on Thursday evenings in Chiropractic
AVE owners Jennifer and Clay Novick are once again sponsoring the food
late June and July. July 23: “Avoiding Foreclosure and Handling
drive to help stock the food bank’s shelves.
The fi rst is “Cash in the Closet” at 6:30 p.m. Short Sales,” by Chuck Fazio of West USA
Thu., June 25, presented by iSold It on eBay’s Realty Revelation.
AVE, which recently celebrated its second year anniversary, is offering
owners Chris Ruh and Steve Ruh. They’ll discuss The “Living Well” seminars will take place
one free videotape transfer per household, valued at $30, for six cans of food
how “forgotten possessions can translate to in the West USA Realty classroom at Fulton donated. No purchase is necessary.
hundreds of dollars in your pocket.” They’ll Ranch Towne Center, located on the southwest
AVE specializes in converting family memories from old formats, such as
explain how to turn no longer used items into corner of Arizona Avenue and Ocotillo Road
8mm and 16mm fi lm, slides, photos, videotapes, vinyl albums and cassette
cash on eBay. in Southern Chandler. Refreshments will be
tapes and handles DVD/CD duplications and a variety of editing services.
Other upcoming sessions include: provided.
July 9: “Budgeting in Today’s Economy,”
Donate at the AVE studio at 1065 W. Queen Creek Rd., Suite 1 in Southern
presented by State Farm agent Grady Hansen
Chandler. For details, call 480-726-8300 or visit
SanTan Sun Chronicles
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The Contreras State Farm Agency is a winner of the 2009 Alfred P. Sloan Awards for
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Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility in Arizona. Owner-Agent Mary Contreras joined 27
other Arizona winners including Intel, Raytheon and Western International University at a recent
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events in a special column. Are you
for a Competitive Workforce (ICW), an affi liate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the Twiga hosting a July 4 craft activity for
Foundation to recognize employers of all sizes and all types that offer “excellent workplace children, a parade, fi reworks display
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James Kame of Chandler, second from left, is a new
Mary Contreras
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member of the SanTan Crown Rotary Club. He was introduced
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at a recent meeting with, from left, Bill Seefeldt, club president, and Bob and Rene event, times/days/dates, cost or free,
Marrs, rotary sponsors. In the nine years Kame worked in both water and engineering if registration is required, venue/
departments at the City of Chandler, he earned Arizona Department of Environmental address, publishable phone number,
Quality water and wastewater grade four certifi cations. Kame is currently involved
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with the Community Emergency Response Team and advisory board for the Chandler
information for verifi cation purposes. We welcome
Salvation Army. In addition, he is pursuing a certifi cate in the public manager program
photos, which must be 300 dpi JPEGs or taken on
at ASU’s Bob Ramsey Executive Education Program in Phoenix. Kame is also the City of
a digital camera on the “best” or “highest quality”
Chandler union president. “James is a true example of a busy person exemplifying the
setting. Information is due by noon on June 23 for
Submitted photo Rotary ideal of ‘service above self,’’’ says Terry Lubsen of the club. Those interested
the July 4 issue.
in the SanTan Crown Rotary Club can attend the luncheon meetings at noon every
Thursday at the Holiday Inn at Ocotillo and Alma School roads. Info: Bob Feher at 480-802-9828 or
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