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The Area Agency on Aging’s Senior Help Line has added professional staff to continue its mission to provide timely responses and information to the community during the COVID-19 … more
Banner Health is partnering with the region’s blood bank operator in an effort to restore blood donations, which have significantly dropped during the outbreak of COVID-19 cases, according to a … more
      Local nonprofit Benevilla seeking volunteers to assist seniors Elderly in need during COVID-19 pandemic Local nonprofit Benevilla is seeking volunteers to help the … more
The ladies of North Golf Course, 12650 N. 107th Ave., Sun City, hosted their 24th annual Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament to benefit two local charities. Checks were presented to The Women’s … more
An Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits survey of nonprofit organizations statewide showed that nearly 90 percent of the 364 respondents have been or expect to be significantly impacted by the spread of … more
The West Valley Mavericks on March 18 announced that the 2020 Maverick Golf Tournament, scheduled for April 24, is postponed and will be rescheduled for a later date. “The West Valley … more
Jody Johnson, regent for the Daughters of the American Revolution, Estrella Chapter, presented a Community Service Award to Sally Pavia at the West Valley Genealogical Society’s monthly meeting … more
    Senior volunteer service organization awarded $94K Experience Matters will use grant toward 190 Senior Corps helpers Experience Matters has received a Senior Corps RSVP … more
Coming off one of their most successful years, the Friends of the Sun City Libraries board is gearing up to celebrate another milestone. more
While Sundays can lack a little fun, the Sun City Posse can help change that with its annual open house. more
A Veterans Benefit Expo originally scheduled Thursday, March 26 at the Sun City West Foundation, Webb Room, 14465 N. R.H. Johnson Blvd., has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Organizers in … more
The SCHOA Foundation is ready and willing — and funded — to take on projects, but so far they have few and far in between. more
A packed ballroom at Palmbrook Country Club, 9350 W. Greenway Road, helped Del Webb Sun Cities Museum officials raise funds and celebrate the work of two community organizations. more
Two weeks ago, H.D. Murphy’s successful quest in 1965 to buy Sun City’s first fire hydrant was outlined here with a promise to continue the story. more
  Banner Sun Health partnership earns Tourette ‘Center of Excellence’ Collaborative program committed to help movement-disorder patients through research, innovation The … more
      2-day Palo Verde Art Show and Sale coming to Sun City Entries accepted March 19 The annual Palo Verde Artists Judged Show and Sale takes place 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday … more
Residents who want a night out and help raise funds for the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum still have time to get tickets for the fifth annual gala. more
H.K. Murphy, Sun City resident on Snead Drive, took matters into his own hands to relieve his frustration over his high fire insurance premium and Sun City’s bad risk rating issued by the Arizona Fire Rating Bureau. more
The Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the American Revolution attended an awards ceremony to present participation certificates to more than 100 7th grade students at Canyon Ridge … more
The Sun City Hikers packed Palmbrook Country Club, 9350 W. Greenway Road, for their 43rd annual banquet with more than 120 hikers and guests in attendance. more
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