ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IS FOCUS OF AAED MEETING

Photo caption: Speaking at the Arizona Association for Economic Development forum in Prescott were speakers Joyce Grossman, AAED executive director; Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli; Cottonwood Mayor Tim Elinski; Payson Mayor Craig Swarthgood; Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans; and Casey Rooney, economic development director, Cottonwood, who served as the AAED emcee. All noted the importance of positive economic … Read More…

NEVER LOST A GAME, NEVER BEEN SCORED ON

You’ve never seen so many overthrown balls, infield errors and inept base running until you attend a game when an otherwise super-star Little League team plays the Ability Angels. But that’s reality for the Ability Angels, a team of as many as 27 players — boys and girls — from throughout the Quad-City area. However, … Read More…

PAL NAMES LEADERS OF THE YEAR

The Prescott Area Leadership (PAL) recently named two adults and two teens as 2018 Leaders of the Year. Honored were Director of Prescott Parks and Recreation Joe Baynes, Prescott, Man of the Year; Superintendent of Beaver Creek School District Karin Ward, Prescott, Woman of the Year; and teens Ryan Peach, Prescott-male and Kateri Wrublik, Prescott-female. … Read More…

FINDLAY SUBARU GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

In keeping with “The Subaru Love Promise” that is the core of most Subaru advertising and marketing, Findlay Subaru Prescott recently presented a check for $7,681 to Catholic Charities Community Services in Prescott. During formal ceremonies in mid-April, Dave “Mac” Macfarlane, general manager for Subaru in Prescott, told Len Dejoria and Darrel V. Reynolds, representatives … Read More…

ERAU BOOK DRIVE BENEFITS THE NAVAJO NATION

Books collected on campus and from throughout the greater Prescott area were   donated to schools and libraries on the Navajo Nation. Student and faculty members of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott collected books during April and May. Anne Boettcher, Ph.D. and chapter president, said chapter members … Read More…

Increased scholarship amounts, name change highlight annual meeting of philanthropic group

Recognizing the need for more scholarship support for aspiring teachers, board members for the Gardner Family Teacher Scholarship endowment (GiFTS) voted unanimously to increase its 2018 grant cycle to $28,000, with no scholarship to be less than $2,000. Following its annual meeting in January, the GiFTS board issued a formal statement acknowledging the severe teacher … Read More…