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Sierra Tucson Supports the Ice Breaker Run For Mental Health Awareness Month

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By Sierra Tucson

Some journeys are historic because of the distance. Others make history because of what happens along the route; the participants involved; or the impact they will make. Currently underway, six individuals are embarking on the Ice Breaker Run—a 24-day, 3,100-mile journey across the United States—for all of those reasons. These...


High Street’s Livin’ in the 80s Fundraiser to Benefit Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of AZ

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Go back to the days of big hair, bright colors, amazing music and unforgettable films of the ‘80s – all for a great cause.



A New Leaf: Telling Untold Stories, One Mother’s Hope

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by Candy Thompson

She spent her early childhood in suburbia, never realizing how difficult it was for her mother, a single parent, to maintain that home and provide for her family’s needs. Stephanie didn’t understand she was living in an unstable home. Her father was in and out of her life until he left for good when she was twelve years old. “That’s when I first learned what it was like to be homeless,” she said. “I can remember hiding under bridges on many rainy nights, trying to keep dry.”

“My mom never complained as a single parent and I didn’t realize how difficult it was for her raising...


Blackstone Country Club at Vistancia Raises $57,000 for Singleton Moms Fundraising Golf Event

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Blackstone Country Club at Vistancia’s annual Singleton Moms Charity Golf Tournament raised $57,000, with an attendance of 92 golfers at this year’s event, to provide funds for local single parents who are battling cancer. Blackstone Country Club has raised more than $284,000 for Singleton Mom’s since 2011.

This year marked the sixth tournament hosted by Blackstone Country Club, located within the 7,100-acre Vistancia master plan in Peoria. The Singleton Moms non-profit organization is dedicated to bringing hope, help and support to struggling single parents in Maricopa County who are fighting the...


Homeward Bound’s Casino Night to Help Homeless Families

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A ‘Casino Night’ will be held on Friday, May 13 at the Scottsdale Airport to benefitfamilies impacted by homelessness in the Valley.The third-annual Double Down for Homeward Bound event is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Scottsdale Airport in an airplane hangar through Signature Flight Support near Scottsdale Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. Guests will enjoy an open bar, dinner, dancing, silent and live auction, and live music as professionaldealers staff tables featuring Blackjack, Texas Hold’em, Roulette, Craps and other casino games.

Homeward Bound helps more than 150 families a year who are...

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