What's Happening 1-13-10
Bowling Tournament benefits veterans
The inaugural BeneVet Bowling Tournament is three non-sanctioned events at Cliff Castle Casino’s Shake, Rattle & Bowl in Camp Verde. Everyone can participate. The event honors and benefits combat veterans at the Prescott Rehabilitation Center.
Entry forms must be received by Feb. 1. Early-bird entries must be received by Jan. 20 to receive an early-bird T-shirt. Cash prizes for singles events; non-cash prizes for team event winners. Singles cost $20. Team cost is $15 per person. Make checks payable to American Legion Post 93. Mail to Tournament Director Mike Jacobson, 502 Pheasant Run Circle, Camp Verde AZ 86322. For information or an entry form, call Jacobson at (928) 567-9125 or 592-9137.
Taking care of yourself in flu season
There will be a free presentation by Rinzai Zwering, owner of Rinzai’s Natural Foods Market in Sedona, in Cottonwood at 6 p.m. His topic is “Caring for Yourself and Loved Ones in This Flu Season.” Drawing from his 30 years’ experience in Naturopathic Medicine, Rinzai will be discussing little known, and often misunderstood, aspects of this season’s flu, and how to take care of yourself as the virus mutates throughout the winter. He will also be speaking on the intelligent use of herbal and nutritional supplementation. Please call (928) 649-3451 for location and directions.
Free Health Forum at Healing Arts Center
How did learning disabilities get transformed into ADHD? How did ADHD get transformed into Child Bipolar Disorder? Are these changes in diagnosis “figments of psychiatric imagination?” Dr. Rick Malter, a retired clinical and school psychologist, will discuss how ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Child Bipolar Disorder are related. This free health forum will be in Room F6 at the Healing Arts Center in Cottonwood, 753 S. Main St. at 4 p.m. To register, please call (928) 649-9343 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Central Arizona Sportsman’s Association Monthly Meeting
The Central Arizona Sportsman’s Association will conduct its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. in Yavapai County Board of Supervisor’s Meeting Room at 10 S. Sixth St. in Cottonwood. (Director’s meeting at 6:15 p.m.). If you are a hunter, sportsperson, shooter or enthusiast, they need you. For more information, please call Skip Heyer, president, (928) 639-4205, or Dave Monson, public relations director, (928) 821-2482.
Bowl for Kids’ Sake
The annual Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters fund-raiser Bowl for Kids’ Sake kicks off 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Shake, Rattle & Bowl at Cliff Castle Casino in Camp Verde. They will hand out Team Captain Packets along with information on the fund-raising tournaments set for Feb. 27, Feb. 28, March 6 and March 7.
Parenting of Teens class available Tuesdays
Having difficulty communicating with your teens? Want to improve your family relationship? Want to increase harmony, cooperation, responsibility? Or maybe you just want to prevent problems before they begin. If you are at your wit’s end with these issues then Active Parenting of Teens class is for you. This confidential seven-week program can help you family navigate the unfamiliar waters of adolescence.
The classes will be held at the Healing Arts Center, Suite B8, 753 N. Main St., (corner of Fourth and Main) in Cottonwood. Sessions will be weekly on Tuesdays, from Jan.26 to March 9, running from 5 to 7 p.m. The cost for the whole program is $80, which includes a Parent’s Guide book.
The classes require pre-registration. Please call Rosalie at (817) 726-1085 or e-mail her at email@example.com
Casino Royale returns
Las Vegas comedienne Rita Rudner stars in the third annual Casino Royale fund-raiser, a partnership of Sedona Red Rock High Scorpion Booster Club, the Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks and Rotary Club of Sedona. The event is set for 6 to 11 p.m. at Enchantment
Resort in Sedona. In addition to an exciting gaming evening of blackjack, craps, poker and roulette, a fabulous auction will be held that will include fine wine, jewelry, exquisite art, vacations and much more. For information, call (928) 821-2800.
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