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Access ASU’s Hispanic Mother Daughter Program hosts closing ceremony for program graduates May 13

Access ASU’s Hispanic Mother Daughter Program hosts closing ceremony for program graduates May 13

This is the 40-year anniversary of the Hispanic Mother Daughter Program. Started in 1984, it was designed to pave the way toward higher education for first-generation college students who aspire to attend Arizona State University.
Larry Fitzgerald Foundation celebrates success at 14th Annual Fitz’s Supper Club

Larry Fitzgerald Foundation celebrates success at 14th Annual Fitz’s Supper Club

Proceeds will advance the work supporting youth education, breast cancer awareness and the building of long-term partnerships to serve communities most in need.
Phoenix Theatre Company presents humorous, poignant exploration of personal freedoms in 'What the Constitution Means to Me'

Phoenix Theatre Company presents humorous, poignant exploration of personal freedoms in 'What the Constitution Means to Me'

In an era where the conversation around individual rights and freedoms is more vibrant and vital than ever, "What the Constitution Means to Me" offers a timely exploration of the impact of the United States most important document. The show is currently playing until June 16 at the Phoenix Theatre Company's Hardes Theatre.
Friend of the Week: Beautiful Mia loves pets, scratches, watching birds

Friend of the Week: Beautiful Mia loves pets, scratches, watching birds

Her adoption fee is $175. At Friends for Life Animal Rescue, animals are altered, vaccinated, microchipped and dewormed. Cats are also tested for FELV/FIV.
Teacher Appreciation Day at the Phoenix Zoo May 11

Teacher Appreciation Day at the Phoenix Zoo May 11

The first 300 teachers will get free entry, and additional teachers will receive 50% off general admission. Teachers must present their teacher ID.
Vintage & Vino's annual spring Mother's Day Market in Queen Creek May 10-12

Vintage & Vino's annual spring Mother's Day Market in Queen Creek May 10-12

Back for its 10th year this weekend at the town's Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre, this three-day event offers wine sipping and shopping.
San Tan Valley Farmers Market & Bazaar May 11

San Tan Valley Farmers Market & Bazaar May 11

Get your produce on for $15, cash only at the market on the second Saturday of every month until sold out. There's something new each month from local farmers, all Arizona grown. There's shopping from local vendors and pet adoptions with Paws 4 Life AZ, 20 to 25 dogs will be looking for their forever homes this Saturday.
ADOT: Weekend freeway travel advisory in Phoenix area May 10-13

ADOT: Weekend freeway travel advisory in Phoenix area May 10-13

Plan for closures along Interstate 17, Loop 101 and U.S. 60 this weekend. Eastbound U.S. 60 closed between Loop 202 and Crismon Road in southeast Mesa, near Queen Creek, from 9 p.m. Friday, May 10 to 5 a.m. Monday, May 13 for lane marking work. Both Loop 202 ramps to eastbound U.S. 60 closed. Eastbound U.S. 60 on-ramps at Power and Ellsworth roads closed.
Combs Middle School principal receives Distinguished Administrator Award

Combs Middle School principal receives Distinguished Administrator Award

Laura Ridge has been with the J.O. Combs Unified School District for nearly 15 years, nine of which have been spent leading and serving Combs Middle School. She will be formally recognized for this award during the Arizona School Administrators Summer Conference Awards in June.
Annual area-wide 'Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive' May 11

Annual area-wide 'Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive' May 11

Arizonans are asked to place non-perishable food donations by their mailboxes this Saturday that will be picked up by their local carrier and donated to area food banks such as United Food Bank to help stock their shelves.