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“Market on the Move” comes to Chandler Chandler’s first “Market on the Move” (MOM) will bring fresh low-cost produce to area residents from 8


a.m. until noon, Sat., March 10. The event, hosted by Desert Palms Church at 4265 S. Arizona Ave., will pro- vide participants with up to 60 pounds of produce for $10. “MOM is an opportunity to help Chandler residents during these challenging economic times,” says Desert


Palms member and event coordinator Jonas Zamora. “We anticipate having enough produce for 600 people, and encourage anyone trying to stretch their dollar to come and participate in this worthwhile event.” “As a church we want to bless our community,” adds Desert Palms Pastor Kelley Hand. “This kind of thing is


a natural outworking of the gospel. It’s a chance to give to others because we have been given so much. We’re excited to host Market on the Move and hope a lot of people hear about this opportunity to get some great food.” MOM is part of the 3000 Club, a group that rescues fresh produce destined for landfills and distributes it


around the Valley. Past events have offered corn, eggplant, yellow and Italian squash, tangerines, tomatoes and peppers. Desert Palms plans to host MOM events the second Saturday of each month during growing season. To learn more, email www.the3000club.org.


Author to visit Chandler Presbyterian Ordained Episcopalian clergyperson and well-known author Dr. Frederick Ramsay will lead worship at


10:30 a.m. Sun., March 11 at Chandler Presbyterian Church, 1500 W. Germann Rd. After the service and fol- lowing a light lunch, Ramsay will lead a discussion on his writings, and sign copies of his recently released book, “The Eighth Veil,” part of his Jerusalem series. All are welcome at the event. To learn more, call 480- 313-4738 or visit www.chandlerpres.org.


‘Life Walk’ at Chandler Christian The local Christian pop and rock band, Spirit Surge, will perform at the Pregnancy Care Center of Chandler’s


annual “Life Walk,” to be held from 8 a.m. to noon Sat., March 31 at Chandler Christian Church, 1825 S. Alma School Rd. The event will include prizes, a bounce house and face painting, along with a raffle for restaurant gift certificates, gym memberships, personal training, dance lessons, spa and salon services and more. The Pregnancy Care Center of Chandler provides free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, parenting classes, options coun- seling, referrals for adoption, and community services to women and families facing unwanted pregnancies. For information on walking, sponsoring a team or making a donation, visit www.pccchandler.com.


jonas.zamora@gmail.com. For information on MOM, visit


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Christian preschool opens registration


Registration for the 2012-13 school year is now underway


at Ray of Light Christian Preschool in Chandler. The school offers programs for 3- and 4-year-olds and pre-kindergarteners from 9 a.m. to noon, five days a week. Ray of Light Christian Preschool is located at 800 W. Ray Rd. between Alma School Road and Arizona Avenue. To schedule a tour or for more information, contact Director Cristina Haney at 480-963- 6105, ext. 211, or visit www.rayoflightpreschool.org.


New preschool starting at Chandler Presbyterian


Hands-on learning opportunities for children ages 3 and 4


will begin this fall at Chandler Presbyterian Church, 1500 W. Germann Rd. in Southern Chandler. Enrollment is open for Exploring My World, which uses


creative curriculum, zoo-phonics, centers and circle time for children. Classes start August 8. To schedule a tour or for


more information, call 480-313-4738 or visit www.explor- ingmyworld.com.


Saturday,


March 10 6 a.m. - 1 p.m. Rain or shine.


HUGE RUMMAGE SALE!


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