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Prescott National Forest

Yavapai Trails Association Awarded Arizona Community Foundation Funding for Maintenance on Almosta Trails

Photo by Linda Hunyar, https://alltrails.com Yavapai Trails Association (YTA) was awarded $17,500.00 in funding to complete this trail maintenance project to benefit hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. To successfully complete the project YTA has partnered with the Prescott National Forest and Back Country Horsemen of Central Arizona (BCHCAZ) ) to leverage private donations, collaboration, and

Local

Get ready to Bump, Set, and Spike in another season of YMCA Youth Volleyball

The James Family Prescott YMCA’s 18th Annual Youth Volleyball League season is almost here. The League, which is sponsored by Foothills Bank, will kick off May 24th for practices and runs through the middle of July. Did you know that volleyball was invented at the Holyoke, Massachusetts YMCA in 1895 by William Morgan, an instructor

Non-profits

Give Thanks to the Volunteers in Your Life During National Volunteer Week

The James Family Prescott YMCA is encouraging community members to use National Volunteer Week (April 18-24, 2021) to take a moment and thank the volunteers in their lives. “Volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization and this past year highlighted their importance in a way we’ve never seen. Because of our volunteers we

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

National

Latest jobs report shows why the unemployment rate needs fixing

The number of people seeking jobless benefits has soared during the pandemic. AP Photo/John Locher Veronika Dolar, SUNY Old Westbury CC BY-NC-ND Many economists would agree that the official U.S. unemployment rate is an inadequate measure of actual labor market conditions. Although this is one of the most cited pieces of data on the economy

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