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www.SanTanSun.com About Care appoints board


Also newly appointed are John Walters as chair; Nancy Norman, vice-chair and secretary; and Nick Promponas, interim treasurer.


About Care delivers support services such as transportation, primarily to medical- related appointments, shopping and errands, minor home repairs, reassurance phone calls, friendly visits, computer assistance and respite care through trained volunteers at no cost to the client. About Care was founded in 2005 because of the growing need for these services in the SanTan Sun community. In the past year, About Care’s volunteers provided 6,301 services, donated 8,522 hours and drove more than 62,483 miles.


For additional information or to obtain a volunteer application, visit www.aboutcare.org.


Community Holiday closures, trash


About Care, a nonprofit serving Chandler and Gilbert residents who are collection schedule homebound, appoints Sheila Barberini and Gordon Bueler to its board of directors. Barberini is a program manager with Valley Metro/Veolia Transportation, and Bueler is an attorney and partner at Bueler Jones Law Firm. They will serve two- year terms.


City administrative offices will be closed.


There will be no recycling and trash collection on Independence Day. If your regular collection day is Monday, place your container at the curb by 6 a.m. Tue., July 5. Tuesday collection rolls to Wed., July 6. Wednesday collection rolls to Thu., July 7, etc. The Recycling Solid Waste Collection Center for residential self-haul will be closed. Tumbleweed Recreation and Chandler Tennis centers at Tumbleweed Park will be


closed.


The Environmental Education Center, Snedigar Recreation Center, Senior Center and downtown Community Center will be closed. Chandler libraries and the Chandler Museum will be closed. Arrowhead Pool, Desert Oasis Aquatic Center, Hamilton Aquatic Center, West Chandler Aquatic Center and Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center will have normal opening hours, but close at 5 p.m.


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Sew for Survivors project organizers report the creation and donation of 163 fabric duffel bags to the Chandler Crisis Response Team and to the Arizona Adoption and Foster Care following a sewing session last month. City of Chandler Recreation Division’s Donald Smith says if Arizona youth have to be removed from their homes due to neglect or abuse, they don’t have to use trash bags as luggage. “They will have a bag to call their own to help ease this transition,” he notes, thanking the Be The Change teen leadership and diversity group for their donations and support of the Sew for Survivors project. Volunteer sewers are continuing to make bags to reach their goal of 300 bags. Info: 480-782-2718.


Dr. Christina Tondora of Chandler is riding her motorcycle through Texas this week as part of The Answer for Cancer team to raise awareness for cancer prevention. She’s about a third of the way in a 65-day, 20,000-mile motorcycle tour through all 48 lower U.S. states and every Canadian province, concluding their tour in the Pacific Northwest on Aug. 13. The Answer for Cancer team speaks at scheduled events along the route, sharing tips on how to mitigate the risk of cancer, and raising funds for the San Francisco-based Breast Cancer Fund. The team has already raised more than $300,000 to support cancer prevention. Tondora operates a naturopathic practice in Scottsdale, treating cancer patients with naturopathic medicine. Info: www.answerforcancertour.com.


City of Chandler service closures for Independence Day, which falls on Mon., July 4, are as follows:


July 2 - 15, 2011


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