For 32 years, the Careers through Culinary Arts Program has provided more than 20,000 high school students with real-world skills and $66 million in awarded scholarships, supported by 5,000 industry partners and private donors.
Anthem native Mimi Hymel founded Comfort Bears in a Catastrophe out of her own experience with tragedy. When she was just 3 years old, her family’s home was ravaged by the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina.
Co-facilitated by Dana Rakinic and Jan Kruse, Literate Foodies meets the first Monday of each month at Desert Foothills Library to discuss topics at the intersection of food and literature.
Jim Sherbert presents a monthly lecture series at Holland Community Center featuring a broad spectrum of Americana topics — from sports, banking and politics to Native American culture, the supreme court and wars.
Following a Nov. 16 dinner that features live and silent auctions, Anthem Cares Through Service will host its second annual Festival of Trees Nov. 17–19 at Outlets at Anthem.
With a songbook covering decades of America’s greatest music, Kurt Elling will take the stage Monday, Nov. 21 at Highlands Church in Scottsdale as part of Arizona Musicfest’s 32nd season.
Although the Miss Arizona USA crown implies a particular prestige, Cassidy Jo Jacks does not consider herself to be anything other than the girl next door.
Proudly celebrating its 20th season, ProMusica Arizona — comprised of nearly 100 singers and instrumentalists ranging in age from mid-teens to early-80s — has performed more than 275 times for more than 134,000 people in venues across Arizona.
Twenty-four-year-old North Phoenix resident Nicole Rowe is the very first young woman to ever hold the title of Miss Anthem.
Nineteen-year-old North Phoenix resident Celine Enke is the very first young woman to ever hold the title of Miss Cave Creek.