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46 Feb. 19 - March 4, 2011


Neighbors


Coast to Coast Football starts soon Talent needed for season


With its regular season running March 5 through May 7, now is the time to register for Coast to Coast Football’s NFL Youth and Adult Flag Football. Men’s, women’s and various age divisions are available, and participants may sign up as individuals or teams.


All games are played at Discovery Park in Gilbert, and there will be an end-of- season tournament May 7 and 14.


Coaches are also needed, and a meeting for coaches will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., Feb. 19 at South East Regional Library, 775 N. Greenfi eld Rd. in Gilbert. Other professional services are also desired, and Bryan May, CEO and president, says they would like to barter for services in exchange for advertising. They are looking for a public relations, marketing, travel agent, grant writer, web developer, athletic trainers and screen print/embroiderer. If interested, email info@coast2coastfootball.com.


Discovery Park is located at 2215 E. Pecos Rd. To sign up, visit www.coast2coastfootball.com.


www.SanTanSun.com Plan ahead for fitness event


SanTan Sun area novice and veteran group exercise instructors, personal trainers, aqua instructors and mind-body practitioners are invited to register for the FitnessFest Conference and Expo, held in Scottsdale April 28 through May 1. The event offers more than 50 workshops in all, and fi tness professionals can earn CECs from ACE, AFAA, AEA or NASM, according event organizer Janice Jaicks of Chandler’s Waterworks On Wheels and Fitness Forum.


Sessions include Pilates, yoga, aqua Zumba, TRX, herbal healing lectures, disco


fl ashback dancing, cardio ball rock ‘n’ roll, boot camps, cycle, metabolism lectures and much more.


For workshop descriptions, presenter bios and registration form, access www.fi tnessfest.org, or call 480-461-3888.


Still time for free tax prep help


Low- and moderate-income residents are assisted in claiming their refunds and up to $5,600 in Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC) through the City of Chandler’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, offering free tax preparation services through April 9.


Registration open for Prime Time football


March 26 marks the start of Prime Time Athletics spring season, and the NFL- approved youth fl ag football organization now has a new franchise in the SanTan Sun area, owned by Chandler residents Galen and Suzy Flynn. The local chapter of the nationwide league coaches children ages 5 to 14 in fl ag football with an emphasis on fun and team building.


The spring season offers eight regular games, including one “Under the Lights” night game, and an end-of-season tournament. Most games will be held between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday mornings at Payne Junior High in Chandler. All players receive an offi cial NFL-approved jersey and a participation medal. To register, call 480-619-8797, visit www.ptathletics.com or email ptathletics@gmail.com.


A VITA site at the First Credit Union located at 25 S. Arizona Pl. offers free walk- in tax preparation services from 5 to 8 p.m. on Mondays and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays.


Free tax assistance is also available on a walk-in basis from noon to 8 p.m. every Thursday at a VITA site located at the Community Services of Arizona (CSA) offi ce, 650 N. Arizona Ave. Appointments are available between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at CSA Monday through Thursday by calling 480-963-4321, ext. 230. A third VITA site at the Chandler Care Center, 777 E. Galveston St., assists taxpayers between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Saturday on a walk-in basis. Those seeking tax assistance should bring all required tax documents with them, including W-2 forms, photo identifi cation, Social Security cards for themselves and all dependents, Form 1099 if applicable and a copy of last year’s tax return and information for all deductions and credits. A complete list of required documents can be found at www.chandleraz.gov/vita.


To learn more about Chandler’s VITA program, call 480-782-4358.


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