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Arizona Serve Seeks Food Donations for Unsheltered Veterans & The Food Insecure

Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorp program of Prescott College, is seeking donations of nonperishable food items for their 2nd annual Community Food Drive to support local unsheltered veterans and the food insecure throughout the Quad-City area, throughout September. Donations can be dropped off at the Arizona Serve office at 308 Grove Ave in Prescott Arizona, beginning

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Students from Bradshaw Mountain and Prescott High School Interact Club Filling Food Banks

Interact clubs bring together students ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. “It’s a Rotary service club for young adults to build leadership and service skills before graduation,” says Ken Lain, owner of Watters Garden Center and Interact mentor. Students are required to organize two projects annually, one

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Frontier Rotary Brighten Seniors Holiday

The residents of Mountain View Manor need a little cheer, and Prescott Frontier Rotary is adopting each. Many residents need state aid, receiving little to no spending money. Sadly many have no families. “Our hope is to brighten each person’s holiday with a Christmas gift personally wrapped by a local Rotarian,” says Mike Payson, club

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AmeriCorps Members Need Community Help to Collect Food for Local Veterans

Arizona Serve, an AmeriCorps program of Prescott College, is hosting a food drive to benefit local un-sheltered veterans and the agencies that serve them during the month of September. Non-perishable items can be dropped off at the Arizona Serve and Prescott College Veterans Center located at 308 Grove Ave in Prescott. These goods will then

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