Tag: nonprofit organizations

Miss Scottsdale: For a Brighter Day

Tempe resident Stephanie Deleon, 22, has dedicated her pageant platforms to educating others about suicide and mental illness. That is especially true of her reign as the current Miss Scottsdale.

Theater Without Limits

At Detour Company Theatre, the performers just happen to be adults with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities who are dedicated to their craft and to sharing the joy of theater with the community.

Setting the Scene for Success

Despite the obstacles of masks and COVID-19 testing, Musical Theatre of Anthem’s producing artistic director Jackie Hammond wholeheartedly believes that the nonprofit performing arts organization’s 2021–2022 season was by far the best in its 14 years of educating and entertaining the community.

It Takes a Village… of Vegetables

Established in 1976 by former Scottsdale resident Mark Miller, the Scottsdale Community Garden Club occupies about seven acres at the northeast corner of the Scottsdale Community College campus. More than 200 garden members and co-gardeners bring 186 plots to life with green lettuce, red tomatoes, yellow squash, white cauliflower and everything in between.

Wading Through Worldly Waters

Boulder Creek High School seniors Abby Maxwell-Todd and Norah Lindsay are raising funds to drill a deepwater borehole to give children and their families in the Ugandan village of Nainala A. access to clean, life-saving water.

A Thrilling Conclusion

“Les Misérables, School Edition” is coming to Carefree’s Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion April 21–30, courtesy of Desert Foothills Theater.

Focusing the Fight

Paradise Valley residents Stacie and Richard J. Stephenson are eagerly anticipating the Saturday, March 12 return of Celebrity Fight Night, which is known for bringing A-list celebrities to Phoenix and raising in a single night millions of dollars in charitable funds.

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