SHOW HALL: The Hotel Arizona Ballroom – Enter Early!!
The Hotel Arizona, (I-10 at Congress/Braodway)
Online Reservations – Put in Attendee Code CCC75
181 W Broadway Blvd
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Phone: (520) 624-8711
Pauline Hechler, Vice President in charge of Development at the Community Food Bank, speaks to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson. In addition to addressing hunger issues in Tucson, she shares the Food Bank’s philosophy on assisting people toward independence.
Members of the Hifaluntin Red Hatters & Red Hot Flashes presented Community Food Bank President/CEO, Bill Carnegie with a check for $1,748.00 on Sunday, January 10, 2010. The presentation was made at the 3:00 PM performance of the Gaslight Theatre production of “The Cisco Kid.” 334 pounds of food was also donated.
Nick Scalpone at Jim Click Ford is prepared to offer a payment of $250 as a referral contribution to the Community Food Bank when any affiliated member or their family and friends purchase a new or used vehicle through this program. This program is only offered through representatives Nick Scalpone at 520. 909. 6369 and John Numetko by prior appointment. In order for your referral contribution to be paid, notice of program participation must be given prior to any vehicle sale.
Other vehicle purchase programs and incentives such as lifetime Oil and Filter maintenance on used cars will still be offered. All factory incentives will be fully passed on. Trades will be fairly assessed as usual. There is no current time limit to this program; however, we reserve the right to cancel this program at any time. Some restrictions may apply. The Jim Click Ford representative Nick Scalpone can offer new and used vehicles from many dealerships including Ford-Lincoln-Mercury, Chrysler-Jeep, Dodge, Nissan, Mazda, Hyundai, Kia and Mitsubishi.
We all eventually need to purchase a vehicle at some time or at least know someone who does. Why not get red carpet treatment in the purchasing process and get $250 contributed to your favorite non-profit organization at the same time!
Additional information and forms are available on the Jim Click Automotive Business Preferred Network web site http://www.jimclickbpn.com/ or call Nick or John.
Nick Scalpone 520-909-6369
John Numetko 520-954-5508
The March 13th 2010 Hunger Walk is going to be fun with a live band, clowns and lots of people who want to spend a morning in the park with friends while raising money for the Community Food Bank at the same time. Registration fees: The adult registration is only $10. There is no fee for children 12 and under when accompanied by an adult. The Sleep-in registration is $20.
A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors:
Sam Levitz Furniture Company
University of Phoenix
Borderlands Trading Company
Canyon Community Bank
Ludwig, Klewer & Company
Raging Sage Coffee Roasters
Research Corporation for Science Advancement
Silverbell Dental Care
Do not participate if you’re pregnant or if weight loss is not appropriate for you. Always contact your doctor before starting any weight loss program. Even if some weight loss is appropriate for you, please do not engage in excessive weight loss.
The maximum number of pounds that can be pledged and ultimately counted toward the Pound For Pound Challenge donation is capped at fifty pounds per person.
Again, make sure your doctor agrees with your weight loss plan. Pledges accepted through June 30, 2010.
Many people are allergic to wheat and are looking for alternative baking options. The Marana Heritage Farm will schedule a Mesquite Cookie Baking Workshop on Saturday, January 9, 2010 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM to learn about mesquite flour as an alternative.
If you are allergic to wheat, or curious about the taste of mesquite flour, sign up for this workshop and learn about gluten free grains that are great for baking and how they may be healthy for you.
The Marana Heritage Farm is located at 12375 Heritage Park Drive (Exit 240 off I-10, West on Tangerine Road).
For more information and to register contact Maggie Barnes at (520) 468-1416. Hurry; space is limited.
The Community Food Bank, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charity, relies on 120 employees and hundreds of community volunteers to ensure that the people of Southern Arizona have access to the food and programs they need. The food bank is based in Pima County and also serves Cochise, Graham, Greenlee and Santa Cruz counties. The Community Food Bank provides services to eligible applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, handicap, age, national origin, sexual orientation, political beliefs or gender. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.