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The nonprofit organization ProMusica Arizona is commemorating its 20th performance year of its multigenerational chorale and orchestra with a three-part concert series during its 2022-2023 season.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Dr. Steven R. Gonzales, interim chancellor of the Maricopa Community Colleges, have announced a new partnership called Route to Relief.
Joshua Anthony, a Great Hearts Archway Anthem Latin teacher, worked on translating a 12th century prayer book associated with St. Hildegard von Bingen at the University of Notre Dame over the summer.
The Anthem Community Council passed a motion to accept the 2026 facilities master plan as presented, with eight projects approved for a total cost of over $4 million, at a July 27 meeting.
The American Legion Post 34 will get together Saturday, Aug. 20, to gather old, historic veteran photos and military memorabilia for a time capsule commemorating the organization’s 75th anniversary.
The Cactus Foothills Little League Majors Softball team won the state little league championship for the third year in a row on July 16 and are now playing regionals in California in hopes of making it to the World Series.
Arizonans now have even more choices to support their favorite charitable cause, as the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is making available four new specialty license plates.
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Sandy Cuttino, a former Air Force civil service employee with love and respect for the military, is the newly elected president of the American Legion Post 34 auxiliary.
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