In November, the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund is kicking off a year of activities to raise public awareness of the organization’s mission and to celebrate their 10-year anniversary.
President’s Report: John Wichert summarized correspondence with ADOT on the community’s concerns with safety at the intersection of I-17 and SR 179. With the help of David Gill and Mary Morris, John wrote another letter to the Director of ADOT. The letter requests interim mitigation to make the interchange safer.
Never believe that one person cannot make a difference in the world, even if it arises by just asking a question.
Approximately 29,000 units of red blood cells are needed every day in the United States. Where does all of this blood go?
Mr. Randy Hawley Board President reported that the West Sedona School held its Fall Fundraising Festival October 2.
Sedona United Methodist Church will present an Outdoor Holiday Boutique on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the church’s main parking lot. It is the perfect place to find handcrafted gift items for all your family and friends.
Fall nights in the garden chill the remnants of summer’s harvest, marking the shift in mood to a time of gathering instead of a time of planting. The colorful scatterings of leaves foreshadow garden renewal, and make for a festive accessory to fall celebrations.
Keep Sedona Beautiful will hold its next Preserving the Wonder Speaker Series event on Wednesday, Nov. 15. at 5 p.m. This month’s speaker is Tom Ginn, Environmental Toxicologist. His topic will be “Sedona Water – Sources, Discharges and Quality.” Please visit the KSB website, www.keepsedonabeautiful.org for details.
New businesses are opening just about every month in Sedona. It’s wonderful to see the excitement that these entrepreneurs and business leaders exude when their dream business comes alive.
For the eighth year, the City of Sedona honored SedonaKind with a Proclamation making Nov. 13 Sedona Kindness Day, aligning with World Kindness Day.
During the month of November the Village Gallery of Local Artists will feature the abstract artwork of Brenda Man-Fletcher. A reception will be held on November 3 from 5-8 p.m.
During the High Holy Day season, the Village of Oak Creek was the recipient of some good deeds by members of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley.
Treasurer Patty Reski officiated the Big Park Council zoom meeting in the absence of President John Wichert. Sixteen members and six guests were present.
Randy Hawley, SOCUSD Board president, noted that at the September School Board meeting, a stipend was approved to improve the district’s ability to recruit new teachers in math, science and special education.
Once again, I’ve been totally blown away by the residents of the Big Park/Village of Oak Creek Community.
October is National Arts & Humanities Month, which recognizes the importance of culture nationwide. It was established to focus on the arts at the local, state and national levels and encourages individuals, organizations and diverse communities to participate in the arts while raising public awareness.
On Sept. 1, the Big Park Council Art in the Roundabouts (AiR) Committee issued its Call to Artists for proposals for artwork for the Village’s four roundabouts
Three new members of the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Volunteers in Protection (VIP) program, part of the Sheriff’s Auxiliary volunteer units, were sworn in on Thursday, Sept. 14, by Sheriff David Rhodes after completing training in the 33rd VIP Patrol Academy.
It is a rare and wonderful thing when professionals get to meet young people aspiring to do what we do for a living. Especially in philanthropy, and especially in a small town like the Village of Oak Creek.
Village Ukulele People invite you to enjoy a free outdoor concert on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Kiwanis Park in the Village of Oak Creek.
Sedona United Methodist Church will host its annual Pumpkin Patch starting on Sunday, Oct. 1, in the church’s main parking lot. Families of Sedona and the Verde Valley are invited to pick out their perfect pumpkin through Halloween, noon until 6 p.m. daily and Saturdays starting at 10 a.m.
Hosted by Jennette and David Bill of the Rotary Club of Sedona Village, an exciting and enriching weekend unfolded for 14 international exchange students, sponsored by Rotary Clubs from all corners of Arizona.
The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund held its annual meeting on Sept. 6, which involved approval of a five-year strategic plan and election of directors and officers.
Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. It is essential for surgeries, cancer treatment, chronic illnesses, and traumatic injuries. Whether a patient receives whole blood, red cells, platelets or plasma, this lifesaving care starts with one person making a generous donation.
The Rotary Club of Sedona Village marks over three decades of relentless support in the global battle against polio.