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Most Will Honor The Fallen This Memorial Day A sizable number of Americans regard Memorial Day as an important national holiday, and most plan on doing something special to honor those who have given their lives for their country. Read More
Iwo Jima Marine Cap: A Yard Sale Find! On this Memorial Day weekend, we remember those who’ve lost their lives while serving. But for one Valley man, a rare find is leaving him with a closer connection to our past. It was a yard-sale find! Read full article »
Lee Greenwood Singing God Bless The USA
Ross Groen, a Marine Corp officer, has announced his candidacy for LD25 House. “As you know Justin Olson is not seeking re-election to the House in LD25. I have been very worried about our choices. The two names that have surfaced are part of the establishment, against strong enforcement or our immigration laws and have been part of the anti SB1070 crowd while Arizona and America suffer and Americans die. The cost is $2.6 billion annually in Arizona to educate, medicate and incarcerate illegal aliens,” Groen said. Groen is “committed to the Constitution. He is not an establishment puppet and will stand tall as he has all his life for America, Families, Freedom and all that is sacred and recognized by our Founding Fathers in protecting our God given rights in this Republic. “Ross Groen stands for:
· Economic Opportunity: Reduced regulation and allow private businesses to create jobs and prosper by removing the heavy hand of government regulation.
· Education: Returning the control of education to Parents on what is best for their children. A well-funded educational system. Accountability is best served by ensuring parents and students can choose schools that serve their needs.
· Protecting the unborn: Government’s primary duty is to protect innocent life, including the unborn.
· The Rule of Law: Our legal code should be clear, fair and uniformly enforced. No person, group or business should receive special exceptions from the law.
· Individual Rights: Free speech, religious s liberty and the right to bear arms must be continually safeguarded from the ever-growing regulatory state.
· Our Economic Future: We owe a duty to future generations to limit government, be fiscally responsible and balance budgets.
· Religious Freedom as out lined in our God given rights recognized in our inspired founding documents (Constitution and Bill of Rights),” reads his flyer Contact Groen at http://ross4az.com/
Out Wickenburg Way Marsha Hill, RJ Morris and Scott Powelson entertained quite a Memorial Day group poolside late yesterday afternoon. Attendees enjoyed all kinds of delicious food, lot of laughs and of course, plenty of political chatter. A flag ceremony including recognition of those who serviced in the military and honoring family members lost in prior wars preceded the evening meal. Guests included Carol and Jim Arnett, Katie Scott, Vance Miller, Kari Froelicher, Betty Ek, Allison and Andrew Maine, Ron and Deb Pinell, Lillian Bedia, Gale and Pat Fiscus, Harriet Hagget, Gail and Gordon Graham, Arleen Younkman, Deb Berner, Crystal and Ray Nuttle, Terri and Ernie Zara, Jennie and Fred Zimmer, Vernon Taft, Kathi and Eric Okrassa, Sondra and Darin Mitchell, and Duane and Frosty Taylor.
Sen Candidate Itasca Small: A reminder that the deadline is Wed June 1. I would like to have all petitions in-hand by noon on the 1st. Those collecting signatures please let us know status, such as signatures, numbers, and when & how you would like to get them to us. Contact Itasca 928-434-1515, address--2440 E. Contessa St. Mesa. I know everyone is busy, but if you can would appreciate your help on obtaining signatures. Thank You
County Recorder candidate Aaron Flannery is finalizing his signatures. If you have one of his sheets, please email email@example.com or call or text 602-999-9546 to arrange pickup. Please do not mail them as it will not arrive prior to the June 1st deadline, he cautions.
Things Are Going To Get Interesting In LD13. Rumor has it that LD13 PC Diane Landis filed her paperwork for a run at the LD13 Senate seat just prior to the Memorial Day weekend. That seat is currently occupied by LD13 Sen Don Shooter of Yuma - who is termed out. Shooter is running for Rep Steve Montenegro’s House seat, while Montenegro is running for Shooter senate seat. To add to the competition LD13 Senate candidate William Gonzales, a 21 year Army Ranger, spent a lot of the holiday weekend gathering petition signatures in Wickenburg for his senate run. Ray Kouns of Aguila is running against Shooter for the LD13 House seat that Montenegro is vacating.
Crystal Nuttle has announced her candidacy for LD29 Senate. She is taking on Minority Whip Martin Quezada in the heavily Dem LD. You’ll be hearing more from Nuttle in the next few weeks.
Activist/Researcher Ann Herzer: Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt (Former Senior Policy Advisor US Department of Education) - your article on McCain was published in the May 29, 2016 Briefs, along with much more information on him. To all - Charlotte Iserbyt's article on McCain was picked up and published in China according to email from her this morning. Small world! Interesting information on this web today. See Henderson, KY for those near there.
Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, Sr. Policy Advisor, U.S. Dept. of Education during the Reagan Administration: “Thanks, Frosty. Glad my article was reposted”: Iserbyt-Blows-The-Whistle-On-John-McCain May 2008 Editor’s Note: See other articles by Isersbyt
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu: “You and I have something in common, and that is our love for this great nation. We also know that nothing worth having comes without a price. Many brave men and women have given their lives fighting for our freedoms, and for our democracy. Today we honor them, and the courage they showed in defense of our nation. Thank you to our fallen service members, and all the men and women who continue to serve. God bless America.”
Congresswoman Martha McSally (retired Air Force Colonel): …Yesterday Was Memorial Day — the day that we, as a nation, remember the men and women who have died serving in our armed forces. After wearing the uniform for 26 years, this day has special meaning for me. It reminds me of the brave men and women I called friends who died in service to our nation. They made the ultimate sacrifice to keep us free and safe. I hope you will join me and take time today to pause and reflect on the heavy cost of our freedoms and say a prayer for the families of these selfless heroes. Don't have a Happy Memorial Day...have a meaningful Memorial Day.
US Senate candidate Kelli Ward response to incumbent Sen John McCain’s intent “Draft our Daughters, too” …Drafting our daughters deep down in a massive bill to pay our troops is exactly the kind of cowardly, underhanded, sneaky shenanigans that ordinary Americans hate about John McCain’s Washington. I agree with Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and Phyllis Schlafly that drafting our daughters is ill-informed, idiotic, immoral, and absurd. While voluntary service is one thing, I will not let DC drag our daughters at gunpoint onto the battlefield. Extremist social engineering schemes from ivory tower academics and bitter feminists have no place in our armed forces. It’s sad to see John McCain once again caving into political correctness and leftwing ideological extremism, this time at the expense of our military effectiveness and national security.”
Sen Russell Pearce: OK my friends and Patriots. Our liberal legislators who gave you Common Core, who gave you Obamacare (called Medicaid Expansion), who worked with the Gay, Lesbian organizations to get the Gov. to veto SB1062 that was to protect you 1st Amendment right of religious association are working overtime to help elect liberal Republicans that support Amnesty, Gay Rights, Obamacare, Common core and yet run as Conservatives. Bob Worsley is the best friend Democrats have in the Senate and was “Centured” by his own District (LD25) and by Maricopa County Republican Party for his votes against our core values. There is a candidate to oppose Worsley that is actually a Conservative … Itasca Small. You can sign Itasca Small's petition online at http://apps.azsos.gov/equal/ Yes, she filed late and she has an uphill battle after she gets on the ballot, but we will do what we can with God's help.
LD2l5 Senate Candidate Itasca Small - Proud Member of the Unconquered and Unconquerable Chickasaw Nation: In the 2000s, my varied activities in county and state issues include voluntary participation in the development of the Navajo County Comprehensive Plan, the Arizona Department of Transportation “Building a Quality Arizona” plan, renewable energy land uses, and regional issues. In 2013/2014, I attended Common Core Forums, and the U.S. House of Representatives’ Field Hearing on the EPA, regarding the Navajo Generating Station, and IRS abuses. I frequently offer my suggestions and opinions to elected representatives and news publications, and am active in citizen groups.
Although I have focused upon education issues since the 2015 Regular Legislative Session, my interest and passion for defending our foundational principles of limited government and the proper role thereof is broad and varied. I readily engage in other issues that I believe threaten our God-given Right to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness [Property]. My focus on education is spurred by the realization
that all of our other issues spring from the alarming state of education after more than a century of theprogressive and technocratic influences in our public schools!
Life Experiences that qualify me for the position of LD25 State Senate:
• Advanced in manufacturing from Assembler to Consulting Quality and Manufacturing Engineer in the Aerospace Industry.
• Seventeen years in aerospace, military, medical and commercial industries in four states
• Assembler, Trainer, Lead, Supervisor, and Technician, and: Industrial, Process,
Manufacturing, and Quality Engineer
• Manufacturing and Quality Engineering Consultant in Aerospace, Military and Commercial
• Wrote technical publications; taught various training courses in related fields
• Trainer, production to high-level management within the industry
• Substitute Teacher and School Bus Matron
• Auto Body Shop Office Manager/Paint Matcher/Retail Sales/Customer Satisfaction
• Legal research, writing and casework
• Political activism, citizen lobbyist at the legislature, focusing on education issues and legislation
• Engaged in purchasing and acquiring government property tax liens
• Published FREE AMERICA!!! A Sentinel for Liberty; a political philosophy-based newsletter that circulated across the United States, and reached the United Kingdom
Affiliations: Past Member: International Society for Hybrid Microelectronics; American Dairy Goat Association and Past Member/Co-Founder: Copper State Nubian Club.Contact: Campaign Manager Karen Gevaert at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-710-5676, or: Campaign Treasurer, Gene Dufoe at: email@example.com ; 480-835-9637!
The Architect Of Destruction Obama appears to be a tormented man who is filled with resentment, anger, and disdain for anyone of an opinion or view other than his. He acts in the most hateful, spiteful, malevolent, vindictive ways in order to manipulate and maintain power and control over others. Perhaps because, as a child, he grew up around family members and mentors who instilled him with an abiding bitterness toward the U.S. That bitterness seems not to have left him. It is not the color of his skin that is a problem – for anyone in America. Rather it is the blackness that fills his soul and the hollowness in his heart where there should be abiding pride and love for this country.
Congressman Paul Gosar: On this Memorial Day, I am thinking of our brave men and women in uniform. America's service members are the nation’s greatest asset. Many have risked their comforts, families and even their lives in order to provide freedom for others. Nothing is more selfless. Memorial Day is specifically for honoring those who have died while serving in the Armed Forces. So let us recommit ourselves to ensuring no American forgets the true cost of freedom. Remember: we will always remain the land of the free, only because this is the home of the brave. On Memorial Day, there are many words spoken and speeches given honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we may live free. But more important than words, are names.
We must remember their names because behind every name is a story. A father, a son, a daughter, a friend, a patriot. Copied below are the names of Arizonans from cities in the 4th district who died in the Vietnam War. You can learn more about these great Arizonans by clicking HERE.
AGUILA: SP4 Allen Roy Barnes
APACHE JUNCTION: SP4 Russell Kevin Ogden
ASHFORK: CPL Gilbert Reyes
BAGDAD: LCDR Dennis Stanley Pike
BUCKEYE:PFC Donald Robert Elmore, SP4 Geronimo Lerma, SP4 Allen Theodore Makin Ii, SP4 Darrel Monroe Pickett & SP5 Herman Serna
CHINO VALLEY: PFC Howard Robert Bisjak
COTTONWOOD: 2LT Anthony Lee Bennett, PFC William Raymond Bennett, SGT Michael Alan Hill, PFC Frank Ambrose Razo
FLORENCE: SGT Jon Cole, PO3 Donald Ray Ellis, CPL Leroy Hopkins Jr
KINGMAN: MAJ John Oliver Arnn, CPT Derrill Lee Burnside
LAKE HAVASU CITY: SP4 Scotty Ray Broadston, SP4 Carey Dean Harmon
PARKER: CPL Vallance Galen Arkie, LCPL Russell Duane Crider, SGT Robert Lee Flores
PAYSON:SP4 John Wilson Owen
PRESCOTT:PO3 Fortino James Apolinar, CAPT Henry Duane Banks, CPL James Scott Brown, SP4 Steven William Dundas,
SSG JAMES Williard Fenton, CPL Larry L Hobbs, PFC William Harry Hollmen, SP4 David Alvin Johnson, PFC William Arlin Jordan, 2LT William Everett Martin, WO John James Roberts, SP4 Antonio Gilberto Yescas
QUEEN CREEK: PVT Wesley Wayne Davis, PFC Simon Rosalino Molina
VALENTINE: SGT John Walter Hill Iii
WICKENBURG, ARIZONA: SGT Donald Allen Davis, SP4 Fredrick Harry Frazer.
YUMA: SP4 Kenneth Duane Brownlee, CPO Robert L Chavez, SP4 Steven Lynn Coffey, PFC Casimiro Dianda, SP4 Terrance Lee Hood, SGT David Arthur Johnson, SP4 Dennis Lee Longdail, PFC Edwin Michael Ridenour, CPL John Frederick Tillou Jr, SP4 Curtis Miller Weeks Jr, 2LT Eulis Neil Wilkes Jr
Every single name of every fallen soldier, carries with it the spirit of all Americans who have come before us, and the millions more yet to be born. And now it is our turn to take up their fight. Their voice must now be our voice. I would encourage you all to get involved in worthwhile efforts that support our nation's heroes. Engage your American spirit and let’s reach out to those who have served. Offer them a hand up and thank them for their service. Let them know America is great because of them. And let us recommit ourselves to ensuring no American forgets the true cost of freedom.
Precinct Committeeman Affidavits And Petitions should be turned into the County Recorder’s office no later than5 pm., June 1. Signature requirements vary by precinct, with the maximum being 10, according to Maricopa County Republican Chairman Tyler Bowyer. Please see the requirements at: http://recorder.maricopa.gov/pdf/REP PC quota Nomination Form and Petition document: elections/precinctcommitteemen.aspx Or contact Bowyer with any additional questions! Tyler@MaricopaCountyGOP.com
Volunteers Wanted As Receptionists for the GOP West Valley office at 10050 W. Bell Rd. Ste. 50 in Sun City (Bell Rd. and 99th Avenue). Shifts are M-F 9am-1 pm and 1-5 pm. Must feel comfortable using the computer. Contact Office Manager Phyllis Lee at 623-583-5987 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers are needed for the Maricopa County Republican Committee’s Tempe office. Contact: Contact Harris at a 602-432-2871 (c) email@example.com
RNC Is About To Add 250 Staffers to its permanent ground game in an effort to win back the White House in the general election, according to Chris Carr, RNC political director. Additional staffers will be added in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvanian, Virginia and Wisconsin. In the last few months alone, we’ve held 40,000 one-on-one meetings with potential volunteers and staff. Our volunteers have registered 25,000 new voters and have held thousands of house parties and gatherings to engage and mobilize in communities.
ATTN PCS: An i360 training session is scheduled at AZGOP Headquarters between 9 am and noon June 4. RSVP to Data Director, Will Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Arizona Corporation Commission candidate Al Melvin needs 400 more contributions of $5 to qualify for Clean Elections funding.
Dan Saban Will Submit His Petition signatures to challenge Joe Arpaio for the GOP nomination as Maricopa County Sheriff at 1 pm, May 31, at the Maricopa County Elections Department Annex, 510 S. 3rd Ave., Phoenix. Contact: Saban at 480-274-5358 email@example.com
US Sen Candidates Dr. Kelli Ward, Alex Meluskey, and Clair Van Steenwyk are available to speak at events or to groups. To schedule:
· Ward, Contact Carolyn Leff at 928- 230-0633 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Yavapai County Republicans to Elect Donald Trump for President Committee has work to do to “Get Out the Vote”, according to Chairman Brenda Dickinson. Volunteers are needed for phone-banks, voter registrations, signing up precinct committeemen and many other activities including:
· 2 pm., June 11 meeting in Sedona hosted by Duckhee and Jack Pierson. RSVP to 928-772-2835 for directions and gate code.
· 9 am, Sat., June 25 walkathon at Tonto Park North in Prescott Valley.
· 7 am., Sat., July 2 Frontier Days Parade, downtown Prescott.
Contact Chairman Brenda Dickinson at email@example.com
A First Amendment Forum at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is scheduled June 3 in Phoenix in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles . Bolles was fatally injured on June 2, 1976, when a remote-controlled dynamite bomb exploded under his car. To commemorate his legacy of investigative and watchdog journalism, The Republic will host a special Arizona Storytellers Project show Friday, June 3. Doors at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. at 555 N. Central Ave. Phoenix. Free with registration. Parking is free at Republic Media garage at 2nd and Taylor streets. Details: tickets.azcentral.com. Suggested $12 donation, all of which will go to Investigative Reporters & Editors, based in Columbia, MO. IRE is a journalism leadership and training organization founded as a direct result of Bolles’ death. The event will be emceed by Republic columnist Ed Montini and Storytellers Project founder Megan Finnerty. Story tellers ill include former Republic journalist Earl Zarbin, who worked with Bolles; former Republic community affairs director Bill Shover, who visited Bolles daily in the hospital after the bombing; as well as current Republic investigative reporters Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Dennis Wagner.
The Arizona Centennial Theatre Foundation will present "You Can't Kill a Story: The Murder of Don Bolles" with storytellers sharing their memories from 8-9:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, on the rooftop of The Clarendon Hotel, 401 W. Clarendon Ave. A reception will follow. Tickets are $25 and available at eventbrite.com.
The Arizona Federation of Republican Women’s Quarterly meeting is scheduled June 17 and 18 in Prescott. Registration is $25 until Fri., May 27. Fees are $35 through June 9 and $50 after June 10. Open to all AFRW members. Register today
ATTN candidates: Pima County’s Barney Brenner has rebar sign stakes in stock for all sizes of campaign signs, precut and ready to go, as well as great tools for installation. Call or text him at 520-240-9900.
The Surprise Tea Party will meet at 6:30 pm., Tues., June 7 in the Grand Canyon room at the Sun City West Foundation Plaza, 14465 W R H Johnson Blvd., Sun City West, AZ 85375. Public Welcome. Contact: Chairman John Madeira firstname.lastname@example.org
LD2 will meet at 9 am., Sat., June 18. Contact Chairman Sergio Arellano for location at 396-9426. www.PimaGOP.org
Fountain Hills Republican Club meets at 9 am., Sat., June 18 with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery in the Fountain Hills Community Center, 13001 N LaMontana Drive in FH. Breakfast snacks/social at 8:30 am. Candidates and elected officials will be recognized. Everyone welcome. County Recorder Helen Purcell is scheduled to address the group at the July 16 regarding early balloting and elections. Candidates and elected officials will be recognized and given a short opportunity to speak.
The Pima County Educational Campaign Workshop is scheduled Sat., June 25. www.PimaGOP.org
A Republican Pancake Breakfast is scheduled Mon., July 4 in Sahuarita. www.PimaGOP.org
The Fountain Hills Republican Club’s Annual Picnic is scheduled at 4 pm., Sat., Sept 17 inside the Fountain Hills Community Center (grilling outside). All candidates are invited to attend and speak at the picnic. This replaces the regularly month 9 am meeting.
Ft. Tuthill Military History Museum Director Marilyn “Waddell” Hammarstrom – the daughter of John A. Waddell, who was cartoonist/author Bill Mauldin’s first “Willie” - is looking for Mauldin items from his famous “Willie and Joe” drawing of WWII vets. Contact Hammarstrom at 602-684-1912 or www.forttuthill.org.
Former-Special-Agent-Tells-Arizona-Supreme-Court-Of-Brnovich-Corruption Former agent Tom Woods provides a sworn affidavit on Will Graven’s case that has been dragging on for several years. Insiders says several legislators are keeping a watchful eye on this situation.
Early Voter Request Forms Available At http://recorder.maricopa.gov/pdf/PEVL_Request_Form.pdf
Important 2016 Election Dates And Deadlines
- Aug 30 – Primary Election
- June 1 – Last day to file candidate nomination petitions.
- July 7 – Last day to file constitution and initiative petitions.
- July 13 – Last day to file arguments for or against ballot measurer.
- July 21 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the Primary Election (Aug 30)
- Aug 1 – Voter registration deadline for Primary Election.
- Aug 3 – Early Ballot Voting begins for Primary Election
- Sept 29 – Last day to file as a write-in candidate for the General Election.
- Oct 10 – Voter registration deadline for General Election.
- Oct 12 – Early Ballot Voting begins for General Election.
- Nov 8 – General Election Day.
CALENDA OF EVENTS .
The Pima County Republican Club will meet at 11:30 am., Tues., May 31 at the Sabbar Shrine Tempe, 450 S Tucson Blvd., Tucson. $11 lunch. Contact President Mike Ebert at 326-5863. www.PimaGOP.org
Sen John McCain will speak at the opening of his Southern AZ campaign headquarters at noon., Tues., May 31 at 4534 East Broadway Boulevard Tucson, AZ 85711.
The Grassroots Tea Party Patriots will meet at 6 pm., Wed., June 1 at Denny’s Restaurant, 2717 W Bell Road in Phoenix to hear Trevor Lakey of the Alex Meluskey for US Senate campaign. They will also view Part V of “My War” DVD series from the testimony of Bradlee Dean as it pertains to society today and Memorial Day. Meluskey will appear before the group on Wed., June 15. See www.grassrootsteapartyactivists.com email@example.com
The Colorado River Tea Party will hold BBQ for Congressman Paul Gosar between 6:30-9 pm.,June 2 at Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma.
The Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11:30 am, Thurs., June 2 at 1900 E. University Drive, Suite 11, Mesa 85213 to hear CD5 candidates. RSVP deadline is Sunday night, May 29 to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (480) 615-0524. MRW meets the first Thursday of each month. Lunch is $10 for members, $12 for visitors/guests. Membership is $25, Jan-Dec and Men & Associate Memberships are $15. Upcoming meetings: July 7th - U.S. Senate candidates & LD 25 State House & Senate. August 4th - candidates for Maricopa County offices. Contact President Sherry Pierce email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Congresswoman Martha McSally will hold a town hall discussion with Raytheon Missile Systems employees in Tucson at 11:45 am., Thur, June 2 to discuss national security issues and provide an update on her work in Congress. McSally’s recent legislative efforts include leading a group of female lawmakers to meet with security officials in Afghanistan, getting a bill signed into law restoring the rights of female World War II pilots, and advocating for Southern Arizona priorities in House-approved national defense legislation. Raytheon employs nearly 10,000 people in Southern Arizona, making it the region’s largest private employer.
A First Amendment Forum at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is scheduled June 3 in Phoenix in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles Bolles was fatally injured on June 2, 1976, when a remote-controlled dynamite bomb exploded under his car. To commemorate his legacy of investigative and watchdog journalism, The Republic will host a special Arizona Storytellers Project show Friday, June 3. Doors at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. at 555 N. Central Ave. Phoenix. Free with registration. Parking is free at Republic Media garage at 2nd and Taylor streets. Details: tickets.azcentral.com. Suggested $12 donation, all of which will go to Investigative Reporters & Editors, based in Columbia, MO. IRE is a journalism leadership and training organization founded as a direct result of Bolles’ death. The event will be emceed by Republic columnist Ed Montini and Storytellers Project founder Megan Finnerty. Story tellers ill include former Republic journalist Earl Zarbin, who worked with Bolles; former Republic community affairs director Bill Shover, who visited Bolles daily in the hospital after the bombing; as well as current Republic investigative reporters Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Dennis Wagner.
The Sun City West Republican Club will meet with Maricopa Superior Court Clerk Michael Jeanes on Sat, June 4 in the Quail Room of the Sun City West Foundation Bldg, 14465 R.H. Johnson, Sun City West. Doors open at 8am for coffee/donuts. Meeting starts at 8:30 am. $2 donation requested to help pay for room rent. Jeanes is the official record keeper and fiduciary agent for Superior Court and is responsible for leading an organization of more than 650 employees, supporting 157 judges and commissioners, serving a constituency of over 4 million, and operating an Office that serves one of the fastest growing and largest counties in the nation. There will be no July or August meetings. Resume on Sat., Sep 3. Contact: Jean Goncalves, Publicity Chairlady, 623-214-8010.
A Constitution Study Group is offering five lessons between 2-3:30 pm., Saturdays, June 4, 11, 18, 25 and July 9 at American Family Education, 4833 E Southern with instructors Verl Farnsworth, Sarah Rowse, Adrienne Weiss, Bonnie Rodge. RSVP: To Study guide Verl Farnsworth (480) 204-0964 or email@example.com One Time $5 donation covers: Constitution Booklet and Workbook. Repeat classes free of charge.
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