Monthly Archives: October 2013

Free seminar offered on valuables and the appraisal process

Valuable

Learn the value of your valuables and get tips on the appraisal process at a roundtable discussion presented by St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, in collaboration with the Legacy Society of KJZZ/K-BACH.

Scare away hunger this October

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‘Tis the season for jack-o-lanterns, haunted houses, costumes, and all things spooky. Help scare away hunger this October while enjoying the fun of Halloween.

Autumn edition of the ‘Horn of Plenty’ is hot off the presses

Horn of Plenty News Letter

Extra, extra! Read all about it! The autumn edition of the Horn of Plenty, the quarterly newsletter for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, is out! Here is a peek at some of the stories in the newsletter:

White Haute Holiday Party benefits food bank

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It’s the holiday season’s Hautest party of the Year! Enjoy an upscale evening of food drink and fine fashion at the White Haute Holiday Party celebration to benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance on Saturday, Dec. 14, beginning at 8 p.m. This event is being hosted by Couture Customs in their glamorous Scottsdale showroom (7001 E. McDowell Road).

St. Mary’s helps Arizonans impacted by government shutdown

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More than 2,200 employees of the Grand Canyon National Park are among the more than 800,000 federal workers who have been furloughed as a result of the current government shutdown and resulting closure of the park. There are an additional 1,200 hospitality employees of surrounding businesses who have been furloughed while the shutdown continues.

Enjoy the State Fair for free with donation

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The Arizona State Fair opens up this weekend and you can have a chance to enjoy it for free AND help feed Arizona’s hungry. The first We Care Wednesday on Oct. 16 gives fair-goers an opportunity to donate three cans of non-perishable food items (per person) in exchange for free admission to the fair.

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