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www.SanTanSun.com Mayor elected to interim


League post Listening tours continue Mayor Jay Tibshraeny will serve as trea-


surer for the League of Arizona Cities and Towns. “The League is a valuable organization to


the state’s municipalities and provides a unified voice for cities and towns, particu- larly at the Legislature,” says Tibshraeny. “I look forward to serving in this leadership capacity in the coming months.” Other new League officers filling vacancies


are Clarksville Mayor Doug Von Gausig, who was appointed president, and Tempe City Councilmember Mark Mitchell, who was appointed vice president. The three officers will complete the remaining term until the League’s annual conference in August when the full membership will elect officers for a two-year term. The 25-mem- ber executive committee is the governing body of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns and sets policy relating to legislative and organizational matters.


Listening Tours Tibshraeny’s Listening Tours continue on


Tue., March 13 at San Marcos Elementary School at 451 W. Frye Rd. in Chandler. The tour provides residents with informa- tion on city resources and services and


Community


March 3 - 16, 2012


Rotary club raises money for area groups


In continuation of its support of Chandler


community projects and groups, San Tan Crown Rotary Club recently donated $1,000 each to both ICAN and Arizona Veterans StandDown Coalition. ICAN, which currently serves nearly 140


youth daily with after-school programs, will use the money to relocate to a larger building at Folley Park. The new 20,000 square foot center can accommodate over 200 youth.


Mayor Jay Tibshraeny


engages neighborhoods in conversations with the mayor about the challenges they face. City staff document residents’ com- ments and concerns to ensure issues are fol- lowed up on and resolved. Participation is solicited through notices mailed to area resi- dents and sent home with schoolchildren. Future Listening Tour dates and locations


include: June 12 at Navarrete Elementary School, 6490 S. Sun Groves Blvd.; Sept. 11 at Knox Elementary School, 700 W. Orchid Ln.; and Nov.13 at Kyrene del Pueblo Elementary School, 360 S. Twelve Oaks Blvd. Details are available through the


Neighborhood Programs Division at 480- 782-4354 or www.chandleraz.gov/neighbor- hoods.


SUPPORTING YOUTH: President-elect Jim Kame of San Tan Crown Rotary Club gives ICAN representative Shelby Pedersen $1,000 to be used for the group’s new facility for at-risk youth. Submitted photo


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Arizona Veterans StandDown uses


donations to help homeless and at- risk veterans access services like find- ing healthcare and shelter


to


attaining clothing and basic hygiene. San Tan Crown Rotary Club meets at


5:30 p.m. Thursdays at Coach & Willie’s, 1 E. Boston St. in downtown Chandler. For more information, contact Jeff Breese at jdbreese2000@yahoo.com.


STANDING UP FOR VETERANS: San Tan Crown Rotary Club treasurer Tom Adamson, right, presents a donation of $1,000 to Art Sloan of Arizona Veterans StandDown Coalition. Submitted photo


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