OCTOBER 10, 2012

Kiwanis installs new board members

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On Wednesday, October 3, at Harold's Corral, Cave Creek, the Kiwanis Club of Carefree and Division 13 Lt. Governor Bob Portillo thanked retiring Club President Jon Loffman, Immediate Past President Manny Gonzales, and Board Members Al Mascha and Phylliss Henry for their service to the community.

kiwanis board memebersJean Glass, Ron Ireland, Ron Junier, Todd McParland and Jim Regner were installed as new Board Members.

Michael Moore, Michael Johnson (in absentia), Howard Dicke and Bruce Lukowiak were installed as Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer (respectively).

Toby Payne was installed as President, Kiwanis Club of Carefree.

OCTOBER 10, 2012

Exciting events are right around the corner, CALLING ALL BUILDERS!

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The time of year Arizona residents look forward to is right around the corner.  Monsoon season has ended and the mornings and evening are cooling down.  As the weather changes and we spend more time outdoors numerous events, fairs and festivals will abound.

Two events on the horizon are Wicked and Wild West days, both in Cave Creek.  Triple R will have a huge presence in both events, which will help increase their exposure and raise much needed funds. To make this happen they need your help

The first event is Cave Creek Wicked on Saturday, Oct. 27.  They will have a horse costume contest in the morning, an all day haunted maze and several other small activities that have yet to be determined. 

How can you help?  First, they need builders and handymen/women.

Calling All Builders!!
They started construction on the haunted maze at Tamarisk Grove on Sunday, Oct. 7
Their next "Building Dates" will be October 13, 14, 20, and 21 - if you are available any of these dates; please let Deb know Deb@triplerhorserescueaz.com.  Include the time, number of people in your group and if you have any tools.

If you have the following tools please bring them:  Nail Guns, Air Compressor, Hammers, Work Gloves, Levels, Measuring Tape.

OCTOBER 10, 2012

Become a high school exchange student overseas

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Local high school students interested in becoming an exchange student in many different European countries, Canada, Mexico, China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa are being sought by the nonprofit ASSE International Student Exchange Program.  Exchange students live with a caring host family while attending high school and learning about the language and culture of their chosen host country.

Students interested in becoming an exchange student abroad for either an academic year, semester, or summer program, should call 1-800-733-2773 or go to our website at asse.com