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COVID-19

Vaccination rates drop, but officials still hopeful state can hit goal

COVID-19 vaccination rates have fallen sharply in Arizona, but health officials are still hopeful the state can reach a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention goal of vaccinating 70% of Arizonans by July 4. To do that, the state is shifting its efforts from mass-vaccination sites to more community out-reach efforts and continuing to expand

Events

Prescott Downtown Partnership is seeking Volunteers

The Prescott Downtown Partnership is gearing up for a busy 2021 event season and is seeking volunteers to help the non-profit organization implement, oversee and manage arts and crafts festivals, the Prescott Bluegrass Festival, Prescott Summer Concert Series and Prescott Sings. “If you enjoy these events as attendees but have always wanted to help with

Education

Yavapai College News

Yavapai College Offers Expanded Selection of Hybrid and In-Person Classes in January   Yavapai College has announced an additional slate of more than 50 “hybrid” classes, each of which combine remote study with carefully supervised in-person learning. Registration is already open for these Spring semester classes – which include art, music and physical education. The

Politics

Republican Calendar September 2020

Citizens for America (“C4A”) Held 1st Thursday of the month. Saturday, September 12, 9 AM to 5 PM, PHONE BANKING WITH JEREMIAH COTA: Kadar residence in the VOC (RSVP to andreakadar7@yahoo.com to get exact address; lunch and snacks will be served). You must be a registered Republican to volunteer for this activity. THE RETURN: NATIONAL DAY

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