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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2012

Au-Authm Action News

The 2011 New Year’s Eve Family Celebration took place at the Salt River Community Building parking lot on December 31 from 4 p.m. until midnight. Midway rides and game booths were set up, and the Teen Dance for ages 13-17 featured DJ Tony and was held inside the Community Building. At 8 p.m. Two Rivers Band played Chicken Scratch inside the Pi-Copa Gym. The wristband presales totaled 160 for the 2011 celebration.

 
News
Proposed Land Leasing Regulations Leave Landowners at a Standstill
Tribal Librarian Leigh Thomas Honored with Rosenzweig Distinguished Service Award
The Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Central Arizona come to SRPMIC
Sports & Recreation
Lady Eagles Lose in Triple Overtime to Tempe Prep
Salt River Elementary School Hosts 1.2 Mile Fun Run
Salt River Competes with Two Wrestlers at Cactus Invitational
Salt River Junior Varsity Team Falls to Tempe Preparatory Academy
   
 
SRPD Reports
SRPD Officers and Community Children Enjoy Ninth Annual “Shop with a Cop”
Indian Country Intelligence Network: Police Officer of the Year 2011
Salt River Police Explorers Seeking New Members
Monthly Crime Statistics
Gallery
New Year's Eve Celebration
Singing at the Capital and ECEC Christmas Program
Salt River Elementary School Presents: 2011 Christmas Program
Sports    
 
Events Calendar
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O’ODHAM STORYTELLING at OPLP Courtyard, 6-8:30 p.m. Presentation by O’Odham Storyteller Barnaby Lewis. A light supper will be provided, along with coffee, hot chocolate and water. For more info. call OPLP/CPP (480) 362-6325

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EXCESS PROPERTY SALE at ECS Warehouse, (located at the Saddleback Communications Bldg.,) 10191 E. Mckellips-East entrance of bldg., 9 a.m.-3:30.

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LIVING WELL WITH DISABILITIES at Phoenix-Disability Empowerment Center, 5025 E. Washington St. Ste. 200 Phoenix, AZ. 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 10 weekly sessions, with 2 hour weekly meetings. Free of charge. For adults 18 years and older. Topics: goal setting, problem solving, self-esteem, nutrition, depression, and advocacy. For more info. call John Beaubien (602) 443-0738
7-8 CRITTER KEEPER WITH SHOW ANIMALS at the Phoenix Zoo, 455 N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ. 12-2 p.m. Price: $40-$60. Children 6-10 and a caregiver are taught about the zoo’s show animals and all about the challenging and entertaining job of being a zookeeper. For more info. call (602) 914-4333

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LAST DAY FOR ZOOLIGHTS at Phoenix Zoo, 455 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix, AZ. 6-10 p.m. Admission: $9-$13. For more info. call (602) 273-1341

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NAMI FAMILY-TO-FAMILY at Mary’s Mission Clinic, 736 N. Country Club Dr. Mesa, AZ. 6:30-9 p.m. This is a free 12 week course for family members, partners, and friends of someone living with a mental illness. Pre registration is required. For more info. or to register call Laura Shirling (602) 759-8177

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LIVING WELL WITH DISABILITIES at Mesa East Valley Office, 2150 S. Country Club Dr. Ste. 10 Mesa, AZ. 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 10 weekly sessions, with 2 hour weekly meetings. Free of charge. For adults 18 years and older. Topics: goal setting, problem solving, self-esteem, nutrition, depression, and advocacy. For more info. call John Beaubien (602) 443-0738
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