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Kathy Tilque's avatar
Dec 18, 2014
Members of the business and education communities met last week at the Higley Unified School District Town Hall Meeting.
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Jan 14, 2014
Members of the Chamber met with District 12 legislators in December to talk about the economy, upcoming legislative session, and workforce readiness. Senate President Andy Biggs along with Representatives Eddie Farnsworth and Warren Petersen joined Jason Baran of SRP for a discussion on important state and business issues.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Jan 15, 2015
The East Valley Chamber of Commerce Alliance released their 2015 Legislative Agenda to state legislators, identifying the group's positions, priorities, and core values on several issues including health care, taxation, education and more.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Jan 15, 2015
One of the first chances for Congress to show that there’s a functioning majority capable of making good policy is to quote Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), “restore the traditional 40-hour definition of full-time employment.”   
Via http://www.uschamber.com/blog
Sarah Watts's avatar
Jan 09, 2015
Friday, January 9, is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, a day for all of us to show law enforcement officers that we recognize the difficult and sometimes impossible career they have chosen.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Jan 06, 2015
CCCC offers a wide variety of programs to effectively serve those in need.  We strive to offer programs to not only alleviate the current need, but also help the family reach a higher level of self-sufficiency.  We also receive a lot of support from our community through not only monetary and food donations, but in volunteer hours.  Last fiscal year, volunteers gave 32,588 hours of volunteer service to our programs.
Sarah Watts's avatar
Nov 21, 2014
Save the Family empowers families to conquer homelessness and achieve life-long independence and  helps the Town of Gilbert’s neediest population- its homeless families.  Save the Family provides short-term, transitional housing, professional case management and supportive services (career services, parenting classes, financial literacy, domestic violence classes and programs for youth) to homeless families living on the streets (places not meant for human habitation) and those families fleeing domestic violence. 
Sarah Watts's avatar
Sep 04, 2014
Friends for Life Animal Rescue began in 1993 as Citizens for Tempe Strays. In 1996 we became Friends for Life and leased the three buildings on Vaughn Avenue, where we currently reside. In 2013 we bought out the leases, and we now own our buildings!
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