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News Bursts, May 25, 2007

Memorial Day with Beaver Creek

On May 28, Marine Corps veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam will conduct an observance of Memorial Day at 4 p.m. the Lake Montezuma Town Square. They invite veterans, families of Beaver Creek servicemen and women, Gold Star parents and residents of the Beaver Creek area. The event will be followed by a potluck supper in the Beaver Creek Adult Center.

Call Bob MacDonald at 567-0776 for more information.

BC School to begin Summer Food Service

Beaver Creek School will sponsor the Summer Food Service Program for Children. Meals will be made available free to all children 18 years of age and under within the approved geographical area without regard to sex, race, color, age, handicap or national origin. The program runs June 4-28, Monday through Thursday, at Beaver Creek School cafeteria, 4810 E. Beaver Creek Road, in Rimrock. Breakfast is served 7:45 a.m.-8:15 a.m. Lunch is served 12:15-12:45 p.m. For information, call 592-0175.

Beaver Creek summer bus run

The summer bus run to the Camp Verde Heritage Pool from Beaver Creek will begin June 5 and continue every Tuesday and Thursday through July 19.

The bus leaves Beaver Creek School at 12:30 p.m. and returns at 4 p.m. The bus follows the school-year stops: Beaver Creek Road, The Haven, Lake Montezuma Village Square, Montezuma-Rimrock Fire Station, parking lot near Looney Tunes Restaurant, McGuireville.

Permission slips are required. These are available at Beaver Creek School. Give the slips to the driver on the first trip. Cost is $1.50 per trip.

Call Beaver Creek School at 567-4631 or Bob MacDonald at 567-0776 for more information.

MUHS classes join for reunion

Mingus Union High School Multi Class Reunion will be held on Aug. 11 at the Verde Valley Fairgrounds from 6 p.m. to midnight. There will be dinner, dancing and old friends. Pre-registration is $20. Registration at door is $25.

For information, call Pat Selna at 634-3411; Kim Cook Bolton at 634-9416; Brenda Connolly Stokes at 634-8296; Jessie Ortiz Walters at 634-8938; or Tina Ortiz McGee at 639-4747

National Cancer Survivors Day celebration

Sunday, June 3, Verde Valley Medical Center-Sedona Campus Cancer Center will join more than 700 communities throughout the world by observing the 20th annual National Cancer Survivors Day. Cancer survivors will be honored for their strength and courage, and the contributions of their families, friends and healthcare providers will be recognized.

The Sedona Cancer Center is hosting a complimentary bowling party and lunch for all cancer survivors and their families. The event will be at Johnny Rockets Restaurant and Cliff Castle Casino Bowling Alley in Camp Verde on Sunday, June 3, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Lunch will be served promptly at 11 a.m., followed by bowling. Although there is no cost to attend, RSVPs are required by calling Jan McRae at 204-4175.

A survivor is anyone living with a history of cancer ñ from the moment of diagnosis through the remainder of life, according to the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation, which reports there are approximately 10.5 million cancer survivors in the United States.

Civil Air Patrol pancake breakfast and lunch

May 26, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. is the annual Civil Air Patrol pancake breakfast and lunch. It's being held in honor of the men and women who are serving and protecting our country here and abroad. It is also the annual car show during the breakfast/lunch.

Cost is $6 a plate and goes toward cadet training and activities. For more information, call Chuck Spiteri at 634-8974.

National River Cleanup Week at Verde River

Please join the Sierra Club in celebrating National River Cleanup Week and help protect the Verde River!  The Verde is one of the largest perennial streams in the Southwest and supports numerous native species, including the southwestern willow flycatcher, bald eagle, Arizona toad, and razorback sucker.  The river also provides outstanding recreational values, including boating, hiking, bird watching, and fishing and is a critical source of drinking water to Phoenix and other communities. American Rivers named the Verde as one of America's 10 most endangered rivers for 2006.

Help us protect this important resource!  We will be removing trash from the Verde River Greenway through Cottonwood. This is a great opportunity to have fun, make a difference, and help protect one of Arizona's most treasured resources! Saturday, June 2, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m., Dead Horse Ranch State Park.

We will meet at the River Day Use Area off Owl Road (first right after entering the park). What to bring:  Hats, sunscreen, work gloves, sturdy shoes, long pants, and snacks. The Sierra Club will provide lunch and water refills.  Please bring your own bottle so we can reduce waste! For more information or to R.S.V.P., please contact Tiffany Sprague at 602-253-9140 or tiffany.sprague@sierracluborg. 

Partnership Program Class

The Town of Camp Verde and the Camp Verde Unified School District are pleased to announce that it will be the site for the Principles of Management Class, BSA 220, Section 074260, as a part of the Yavapai College Partnership Program. This management class will focus on leadership.

Principles of Management Class is scheduled on the following Wednesdays: June 20, 27, July 11, 18 and 25 and August 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The first class starts at the Town of Camp Parks and Recreation conference room 395 S. Main Street, Camp Verde, 567-0535. Please contact Tonya Brogdon 567-8008 as soon as possible regarding any complimentary trade seats available for the Class.

With two decades of experience as a business consultant and trainer, YC Faculty Member Jim Brugger, MIR, creates each three-credit class to meet the demands of today's marketplace.

To register for classes through the Yavapai College Partnership program, contact the Yavapai College Sedona Center for Arts & Technology at (928) 649.4265 or the Verde Valley Campus at (928) 634.7501. For information about the Partnership Program contact Jim Brugger, MIR, at 928-649-4281.