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Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show returns to State Farm Stadium Feb. 23-25

Maricopa County Home & Landscape Show returns to State Farm Stadium Feb. 23-25

Gain inspiration from experts, shop home improvement and discover deals.
Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce to host National Civics Bee Feb. 23

Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce to host National Civics Bee Feb. 23

Twenty middle students from across Queen Creek and the East Valley will participate in the competition to demonstrate their civics knowledge and discuss how they would solve a problem facing their community.
Abrazo marks Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day Feb. 22

Abrazo marks Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day Feb. 22

Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital in Phoenix will host a free Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day educational event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22. Attendees can participate in cardiovascular risk screenings for blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation, pulse, body mass index and a brief consultation with a clinician to discuss results.
Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser event returns for 22nd year in Tempe

Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser event returns for 22nd year in Tempe

United Food Bank and Tempe Community Action Agency combat food insecurity in Arizona with local fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 24.
Wristband pre-sales for Spring Into QC available through March 11

Wristband pre-sales for Spring Into QC available through March 11

Queen Creek’s signature spring event offers family fun and the always popular Easter egg hunt at Mansel Carter Oasis Park. The pre-sale wristbands are $12.50. They will be $15 at the March 23 event.
Sonoran Desert Chorale presents 'Twice the Spirit: Two Choirs as One' Feb. 24-25

Sonoran Desert Chorale presents 'Twice the Spirit: Two Choirs as One' Feb. 24-25

Sonoran Desert Chorale and Canto Vivo Chorale join together under the direction of Dr. Craig Peterson for a grand collaboration this weekend.
Career & Technical Education Month: Setting students up for future success

Career & Technical Education Month: Setting students up for future success

CTE programs offer students the opportunity to participate in career and technical student organizations (CTSOs) such as Future Farmers of America, Health Occupation Students of America and Future Business Leaders of America. Through these organizations, students can showcase their skills, compete at local, state and national levels, and network with industry professionals—a valuable experience that further enhances their readiness for the workforce.
Becoming a high-value employee in the age of AI

Becoming a high-value employee in the age of AI

Let’s face it—the modern workplace is changing, and it’s changing rapidly. Each student needs to be prepared with a set of skills that cannot be replaced by AI, and as parents, we need to ensure that our children receive a well-rounded technical education that fosters soft skills. It’s time to prepare our children by building the skills that will make them irreplaceable in a highly technical world.
Queen Creek launches 35th anniversary celebration at State of the Town Address

Queen Creek launches 35th anniversary celebration at State of the Town Address

The State of the Town, along with a complete list of the town’s 2023 accomplishments, are available online at QueenCreekAZ.gov/StateoftheTown.
Higley Unified Governing Board to vote on new superintendent for 2024-25 school year this week

Higley Unified Governing Board to vote on new superintendent for 2024-25 school year this week

After a nationwide search and months-long selection process. Dr. Nate Carman has accepted the position and will take on the new role starting July 1 pending board approval. The HUSD Governing Board will vote during its next meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 21.