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www.SanTanSun.com Celebrate Living Room’s birthday


It’s been a year since The Living Room opened its doors in Downtown Ocotillo as a wine cafe and lounge, and they’re throwing a birthday bash. Celebrate their birthday with happy hour all day on Mon., Dec. 27. The Living Room is located west of the southwest corner of Queen Creek and Dobson Roads. For details, visit www.livingroomwinebar.com or call 480-855-2848.


Aquatic club open to athletes


Swimmers wanting to join a year-round competitive swim team can check out the Arizona Aquatic Club, which meets in Chandler at the Hamilton High pool, 3700 S. Arizona Ave. and the West Chandler Aquatic Center, 250 S. Kyrene Rd.


Owners John and Michelle Hojnacki say the Arizona Aquatics Club is “committed to developing the character and self discipline of young athletes, through the sport of swimming ... and in learning strong life skills.” Training groups are available for all ages and abilities, and there is “family- friendly” pricing available.


A Holiday Training Camp starts Mon., Dec. 20 and runs Monday through Thursday for two weeks at Hamilton High’s pool.


For more information, visit www.azaquaticsclub.com or call 480-282-1138.


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Dec. 18 - Jan. 7, 2011 23 CUSD addresses financing college


Seniors in the Chandler Unifi ed School district and their parents are invited to attend “Financing Your College Education” at 6 p.m. Tue., Jan. 11, 2011 at Chandler Center for the Arts, 250 N. Arizona Ave. in downtown Chandler. The program, sponsored by CUSD, explores options for paying for college; discusses the various kinds of fi nancial aid, such as loans, grants and work-study; teaches participants how to apply for fi nancial aid and the common myths about fi nancial aid; and imparts information on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


According to program organizers, completion of the FAFSA is the fi rst step in applying for college fi nancial aid. All U.S. colleges use the Student Aid Report (SAR) generated by this form as their roadmap for distributing need-based grants, loans and work-study. The form is also required by many private scholarship organizations. The FAFSA must be submitted each year and should be completed as soon as possible after Jan. 1. Early fi ling will increase students’ chances of receiving aid.


Furthermore, students and families can get free help in completing the FAFSA


from fi nancial aid professionals at College Goal Sunday. The objective is to assist students and parents in completing and fi ling the FAFSA at a time when the greatest amount of fi nancial aid is available.


CUSD also encourage families that need assistance in completing the FAFSA to attend the February annual in-person event. For event information visit: www.collegegoalsunday.com/Pay4CollegeArizona/Event_Information.html.


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