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Mesa church helps nonprofit shelter homeless families
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Mesa church helps nonprofit shelter homeless families

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Victory Lutheran Church in Mesa is working with a Phoenix nonprofit to shelter and provide meals for homeless families. Family Promise of Greater Phoenix rescues primarily first-time homeless families,...
Mesa counselor pens guide on distractions
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Mesa counselor pens guide on distractions

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A Mesa counselor has combined her Christian faith and her counseling experience in her first book. Francine Akins-Arbuckle has written “Overcoming Distractions: A Biblical Guide to Staying Focused.”...
Mesa, EV museums have high hopes for next Sunday’s event
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Mesa, EV museums have high hopes for next Sunday’s event

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By Kristine Cannon Tribune Staff Writer After months of being shuttered, many museums have recently reopened their doors just in time for the annual international one-day shopping event called Museum Store Sunday. Taking place...
Limelight Theater finally planning live show
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Limelight Theater finally planning live show

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By STACI HAUK Tribune Contributor Limelight Youth Theater prides itself on offering a supportive environment for those new to – and seasoned at – performing; placing it at the helm of the theater scene in Gilbert. This year...
Mesa Girl Scout’s project helps the wheelchair-dependent
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Mesa Girl Scout’s project helps the wheelchair-dependent

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF At age 15, Ariella Hirsch follows Girl Scout Law, which urges members to make the world a better place. The Mesa teen did just that to help wheelchair-dependent people and for her invention, earned the Gold...
Alice Cooper project soldiering on for Mesa kids
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Alice Cooper project soldiering on for Mesa kids

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By Henry Greenstein Tribune Contributor After months of delays, the new Mesa Teen Center from Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock is slated to open early next year. The nonprofit is shooting for a late-January opening, said Randy...
Mesa teen sings her way to helping abused kids
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Mesa teen sings her way to helping abused kids

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By Brooke Dixon, Tribune Contributor Thirteen-year-old Rosevelt Rawls has a passion to sing and a drive to help children suffering from abuse. Earlier this fall, the Mesa teen combined her passions at her own fundraising event,...
First Things First connects families to programs
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First Things First connects families to programs

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By Donna Shott Tribune Guest Writer Since the coronavirus pandemic began, technology has become nearly essential to stay in contact with friends and family. For many who work with young children, technology has also offered an...
‘Path of honor’ salutes Chandler veterans
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‘Path of honor’ salutes Chandler veterans

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Chandler is hosting a walk-thru memorial that pays tribute to local servicemen and women. The city’s “Path of Honor” memorial is a public display at Veterans Oasis Park, 4050 East Chandler Heights Road,...
The East Valley says thanks to those who served
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The East Valley says thanks to those who served

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Wednesday, Nov. 11, residents are encouraged to grab their family, decorate their car or truck in patriotic themes and head to the annual East Valley Veterans Parade to thank the men...