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Classic cars zoom into Chandler for ICAN


More than 200 pre-1980 cars and hot rods, vendors, activities and entertainment await visitors of the 8th Annual Chandler Classic Car Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Feb. 26 in historic downtown Chandler. Admission is free. The event is a benefi t for ICAN, a nonprofi t organization providing positive after-school programs for Chandler-area youth, and the Downtown Chandler Community Foundation.


The car show is presented by the Country Clipper Barber Shop of downtown Chandler. Maury Williamson, owner of the Country Clipper Barber Shop, with the late Jerry Biondi, founded the Chandler Classic Car Show in 2003 to give back to the downtown area and raise money for local nonprofi ts. The show has raised more than $80,000 for local charities since it was founded.


Volunteers are also needed to assist with the show, from helping prior to the event, to set up and take down, directing traffi c, registration, lot attendants, staffi ng information, T-shirt and water booths, adults helping in beer gardens and with janitorial. Prospective volunteers can call Marisa at ICAN at 480-821-4207, ext. 108, or email marisa@icanaz.org to sign up.


For more information, or to register to showcase a vehicle, become a sponsor or be a vendor at the event, visit www.chandlercarshow.com.


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The City of Chandler again offers free landscape and irrigation classes to Chandler residents this spring at the Chandler Senior Center. The courses are free to Chandler utility customers, but participants must register. Classes include Chandler “Smart” Landscaping, a three-part series about the basics of desert landscaping design, Tuesdays Feb. 22, March 1 and 8 or March 22 and 29 and April 5; Pruning and Maintaining Your Landscape, Tue., March 15; Basic Yard Makeovers, Tue., April 12; and Water Smart Workshops, a three-part series including Drip Irrigation System Installation on Thu., April 21, Yard Watering on Thu., April 28 and Irrigation System Maintenance on Thu., May 5. All classes are held from 6 to 8:45 p.m. at the Senior Center located at 202 E. Boston St. in downtown Chandler.


For more information, visit www.chandleraz.gov/water. To register for classes, call the City of Chandler’s Water Conservation Offi ce at 480-782-3580.


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for Citizens Police Academy


The Chandler Police Department is currently accepting applications for its next Citizens Police Academy, to be held 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday evenings Feb. 23 through May 18 at the Chandler Police Department Main Precinct. The 13-week Academy teaches participants about the daily, behind-the-scenes aspects of police work through interactive classes such as Media and the Law, Firearms Training, Gang Awareness, Patrol Functions, K-9 Program, Criminal Investigations, Narcotics, Traffi c Law, Special Assignment Unit and Use of Force. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, or 15 years old if accompanied by a parent, and must work, live or attend school in Chandler. Applicants must also pass a basic background check.


The CPD Main Precinct is located at 250 E. Chicago St. in downtown Chandler. To download an application, visit www.chandlerpod.com/community/citizens- academy. Hard-copy applications are available by contacting the Crime Prevention unit at 480-782-4521.


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