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McCullough-Price House receives historical distinction
With its recent listing in the National Register of Chandler Fashion Center near Chandler Boulevard and
Historic Places, the McCullough-Price House was McClintock Drive, was constructed in 1938 as a winter
deemed as one of the nation’s historical and cultural retreat for Detroit resident William D. McCullough
resources “worthy of preservation.” and designed by the historical architectural fi rm of
The distinction came as the City eliminated daily Lescher and Mahoney. For many years the house was
operations at the house due to a decreased City owned and occupied by the Arthur Price Family. The
budget for the 2009-2010 fi scal year. Price-Propstra family donated the home to the City
“The National Register listing is great news,” in 2001, and it underwent a restoration project from
says Jody Crago, the City’s museum administrator. 2005 through 2007, opening two years ago as a gallery
“Unfortunately, in these tough times we’ve had to and meeting space. The building also served as the
reduce our costs and consolidate our personnel City’s offi cial visitor’s center.
resources.” The McCullough-Price House is located at 300
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The McCullough-Price House is now only open for S. Chandler Village Dr. in Chandler. Rentals can be
THIS OLD HOUSE: The
McCullough-Price
special events, facility rentals for weddings, receptions arranged through the museum staff at 480-782-2717.
House is now listed
and other large group meetings or scheduled tours. For more information, call 480-782-2876 or visit
on the National
Register of Historic
The museum staff will conduct bimonthly tours of the www.chandleraz.gov/pricehouse.
Places. It’s used for
house starting in September. weddings, photo
The Pueblo Revival style house, located south of
shoots and other special events or meetings since closing due
to budget cuts.
ICAN solicits backpacks for youth
ICAN is supporting at-risk youth in Chandler by collecting “I am thrilled that this drive has become an important annual
backpacks and school supplies through July 15. event in the community,” says Christy McClendon, CEO of ICAN.
Donated backpacks, which can be dropped off at ICAN at 201 “ICAN is honored to work alongside Fulton Ranch Towne Center
S. Washington St. or Staples and Marco’s Pizza in Fulton Ranch once again to rally community support for the kids during this
Towne Center, are being fi lled with school supplies, with the goal important time of year.”
of collecting 250 backpacks. For many of the families receiving the backpacks, purchasing
Residents can also donate unused supplies such as paper, pens, school supplies is not possible. More than 74 percent of the
pencils, markers, child-sized scissors, notebooks and backpacks. families served by ICAN make less than $25,000 annually. Of that
From 8 to 10 a.m. Thu., July 7, 99.5 KEZ host Marty Manning percentage, nearly half make less than $10,000.
emcees a radio broadcast outside Staples at Fulton Ranch Towne ICAN also encourages residents to host internal drives at their
Center to celebrate the community’s efforts. Participants will have workplaces.
a chance to win a pair of tickets to the American Idols Live! Tour on
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All donated backpacks will be given to students at the ICAN
Mon., July 20 at Jobing.com Arena. In addition, Marco’s Pizza will
SCHOOL TIME: Children will have
Annual Back-to-School Luau on July 20. Call ICAN at 480-821-4207
a good start on their fi rst day of
hand out sample pizza slices.
school with a donated backpack
to learn more.
through ICAN.
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