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The next San Tan Valley Chamber of Commerce’s General Membership Meeting will be held Thursday, June 28th, from 7:30-9:00 am, at the SRP Service Center - 3735 E. Combs Rd., San Tan Valley, AZ 85140 (South side of Combs, just east of Schnepf Rd). If you have a business in San Tan Valley, we would like to invite you to come as a guest and learn more about your local Chamber of Commerce.
This month's meeting will feature discussion of the race for Pinal County School Superintendent. All three candidates - incumbent Orlenda Roberts, as well as challengers Jill Broussard and Anthony Gonzalez - have been invited to address Chamber members and answer questions involving the state of education and its future in San Tan Valley.
Partnership signed between CAC and U of A
Students attending Central Arizona College (CAC) will seamlessly transfer to the University of Arizona to complete their bachelor’s degrees in a variety of disciplines thanks to the Arizona Transfer Admissions Pathways (AZ-TAPs) partnership agreed upon by the two institutions.
A group of demonstrators, led by the Immigrant Advocacy Foundation, picketed the Pinal County Sheriff’s office on June 6 protesting Sheriff Paul Babeu’s using “scare tactics to promote anti-immigrant sentiment.”The group made the charges in the wake of Babeu’s stateMany of the people demonstrating in front of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office last week carried signs critical of what the group’s spokesperson Carlos Galindo called “the politicizing of his (sheriff’s) position.”
June 20 event features AJ police chiefA public forum to discuss violence against women will be held on Wednesday, June 20 at the A.J. Christian Community Church.
Supt. Mtn. Museum offers free admission to dads on June 17Take Dad on a special outing on Father’s Day, June 17, and visit the Superstition Mountain Museum where all fathers will be welcomed with a free admission to the museum where they can enjoy a taste of local history, legend and lore.
Visiting tot falls in pool at grandparents’ Entrada del Oro home
A three-year-old child, who apparently tumbled into a backyard swimming pool at his grandparents’ home has died June 6 at Cardon’s Children’s Hospital.The child was not breathing when rescued by his father at the home in Entrada del Oro. According to the Apache Junction Fire Department spokesperson Dave Montgomery, emergency crews were dispatched just before 5 p.m. on June 4, and sent to the subdivision, which is about eight miles southeast of Gold Canyon in Pinal County.
Police ask help in gathering info about Apache Trail fatalityOn Thursday, June 7, 2012, at approximately 11 p.m., a single vehicle fatal collision occurred at Apache Trail and Meridian. A 2003 Ford F–150 pickup was traveling eastbound in the number three lane when it left the roadway and struck a light pole located on the south east corner of Apache Trail and Meridian.