More volunteers. More sponsorships.
We were looking for a happy hour during this COVID time -- a rare thing in the VOC -- when we strolled into the Decanter Tasting Room and were met by an enthusiastic server, Brianna Hutton.
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 5 p.m., Jeff Hall, director of Lowell Observatory, will speak about All the News from Lowell Observatory and related dark skies matters.
My initial trepidation over Zoom meetings has transformed to enthusiasm as we become more skilled with the new format.
According to a Sept. 19 news release by the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, witnesses said they heard the woman yelling that her baby was not safe.
VILLAGE OF OAK CREEK – In the Village of Oak Creek Association’s August newsletter, VOCA President Gwen Hanna detailed some of the latest developments in the multi-year effort by a Flagstaff couple to get approval to build a Hilton hotel.
Originally planning to open in March, local preschool Sedona Village Learning Center Founder was stalled by the pandemic. Rather than do nothing, Founder Joanna Horton McPherson and school director & teacher, Shara Coughlin in the Big Park school building offered programming online with take-home activity bags.
Bailey Ehrlich is one of the most decent human beings you will ever know. He also happens to be my son-in-law. However, he’s the latter because of the former. Just ask my daughter.
In August, the Big Park Council conducted its first electronic regular meeting via Zoom. It was wonderful to be together again, and aside from a little electronic clunkiness, a lot was accomplished.
Elote Cafe, Chef Jeff Smedstad’s Uptown jewel at 359 Jordan Road, is finally open after a long hiatus since the closing of his SR 179 location in the spring.
As COVID-19’s economic impact is felt more and more in our communities, pet owners are finding it hard to afford food for some very important members of their family -- their pets. Affording pet food is becoming a hardship.
For more information about library services and programs, call 928-284-1603 or email email@example.com.
August was a month of accomplishments for the Rotary Club of Sedona Village members. Focused on achieving community service goals, the members made a diﬀerence in health care and education.
The word “diet” implies restriction, discomfort, a notion of temporariness and, in general, it sucks.
During the pandemic, providing a blood supply for our hospital patients is critically important, and volunteer blood donors are key to supporting our community blood supply.
To protect children against serious vaccine preventable diseases, Arizona school immunization law requires them to receive immunizations before entry to child care and school.
In tough times, we need to take our mind off the bad news and talk positive. I know my therapist would approve.
It feels like yesterday, and yet it was a year ago that Suzie was treated to a wonderful roundabout trip to Glacier National Park.
There’s no better time to read than the present. In fact, many people have shared that they have been reading more than ever during the pandemic.
As a result of Mel’s inspiration, the Sedona Village Partnership was created in 2012. Rooted in its core ideals; Connect, Educate, Respect, Collaborate, and Accomplish, our shared purpose is “To serve as a catalyst to inspire thought leadership and action in our community, to forge collaborative relationships, to build trust, to exchange ideas and information, and to find solutions for Village challenges as well as our dreams.”
We are pleased to announce that after a 5-month hiatus, the Big Park Community Coordinating Council will convene a Regular meeting in August – via Zoom.
In the November 2020 election, the Village of Oak Creek will lose one representative on the Sedona-Oak Creek School Board, as Vice President Heather Hermen will not run to keep her seat.