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The Kiwanis Clubs of Litchfield and Buckeye are working with West Valley students in the clubs’ youth Service Leadership Programs to nurture a community garden that benefits students as well the hungry. more
Litchfield Park musician and educator Dominique Holley is among 24 Arizona artists awarded $5,000 grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts. more
The city of Litchfield Park’s Public Works crew, along with representatives from West Coast Arborists and students from the Litchfield Park Preschool, observed Arbor Day 2021 by planting a tree Friday, April 30. more
Tyler Larsen, 8, has already lived in four different states. In addition to regular extended training sessions, his father, Brandon, a U.S. Air Force explosive ordnance disposal technician, has been deployed twice in Tyler’s young life. more
It was an emotional day to remember for Korean War veteran Kenneth Hamrick. Not only did the staff at The Groves in Goodyear invite family and friends to a patio party to celebrate his 89th birthday, his Hospice of the Valley care team had another surprise in the works: a Salutes visit to honor his military service. more
A Litchfield Park macaron baker is nearly halfway to her goal of raising $10,000 for The Younique Foundation in an effort to bring awareness to child sexual abuse. more
If there’s any advice Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank Executive Director Leanne Leonard would give to other nonprofits participating in Arizona Gives Day on Tuesday, April 6, it would be “promote, promote, promote!” more
Every drink sold from open to close Tuesday, April 6, at Dutch Bros Coffee locations in Goodyear and Buckeye will benefit the “health, hope and healing” of Phoenix Children's Hospital patients. more
Arpi Hamilton, 42, is a wife, mother, Cancer Treatment Centers of America employee, and an active cancer fighter with a mission to educate Arizonans on cancer prevention and wellness.  more
A Goodyear man who turned his childhood battle with T-cell leukemia into a novel recently published an audio version of the book. more
For much of her young life, Audrey Murphy dreamed of having her hair and makeup styled by professionals, putting on beautiful outfits and striking pose after pose as a fashion photographer captured her in action, just like models in Vogue magazine. more
Litchfield Park’s annual Christmas in the Park celebration wrapped up with the announcement of winning entries in the event’s holiday home decorating contest. more
In 1983, Ronald Reagan was president, Sally Ride was the first American woman in space, TV viewers tuned in to watch the final episode of M*A*S*H*, and Maria Maskell joined Arizona Public Service. more
When Helping Others Together (HOT) Community Foundation President Beth McGee started a mask-sewing project in March to help local health care workers, first responders and other essential employees who were in dire need of face coverings in the COVID-19 pandemic’s infancy, she never dreamed how many people would join in the project nor how many masks they’d sew and distribute. more
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