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Week of December 30th

 
Posted Sunday, December 29th 2013 @ 9pm

1) Show Your Stripes: Hiring Campaign for Vets

Looking for a dedicated employee who’s highly trained? Are you a vet looking for a job? Our station is leading the I-Heart-Radio “Show Your Stripes” movement to support hiring vets. Visit www.iHeartRadio.com/showyourstripes, a website that connects veterans with employers and helps local businesses find candidates with the best training. Hire Smart. Hire Vets.

2) Phoenix Zoo: ZooLights

Experience the Valley’s favorite holiday tradition, ZooLights, at the Phoenix Zoo! Enjoy two new “Music in Motion” shows and adult beverages on Friday and Saturday nights! For ticket info, check out www.phoenixzoo.org.

3) Arizona Disabled Sports: Run, Walk And Roll 

Sign up now for Run, Walk and Roll, an event for all ages and abilities, on January 11th. John Rhode from the Biggest Loser will start the race. Proceeds benefit Arizona Disabled Sports. For more info, check out www.arizonadisabledsports.com.

4) Maricopa County Air Quality Department: No Burn Days

Help keep our air clean this winter. Don’t burn wood or wax logs on No Burn Days. Air pollution seriously affects the health of children, seniors and people with asthma. To find out more, visit www.CleanAirMakeMore.com

5) United Blood Services: Saving Arizona Blood Drive

Start the year off right by saving lives! Donate blood at the Saving Arizona Blood Drive on January 5th, and you’ll receive a free pizza voucher and a ticket to the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Details are at www.arizonahero.com/saveaz/. 

6) Susan G. Komen

Susan G. Komen for the Cure wants you to know you are not alone. Komen offers information about free or low cost mammograms and support services to fight breast cancer every step of the way. Learn more at www.komencanaz.org.

7) Maricopa Association of Governments: Tree Recycling

Don’t just leave your Christmas tree in an abandoned alley! Cities across the Valley have recycling programs where your tree can be chipped and reused in a variety of landscaping projects. Details are at http://phoenix.about.com/od/holidayevents/a/treedisposal.htm

 

 

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