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  • COURTESY OF JOHN SUGAMELI

Carley Nelson of the Marana High School girls' golf team plays a round. Nelson is one of the top players on the team.

  • PHOTOS BY RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Paul "PJ" Miles, left, Paul W. Miles and Bobby Miles represent three generations of the Miles family working at Miles Label Company.

  • Ron Medvescek, Arizona Daily Sta

The press room at Miles Label Company.

  • Ron Medvescek, Arizona Daily Sta

Holographic labels run through one of the color stations of an eight-color press.

  • Ron Medvescek, Arizona Daily Sta

Pressman Jorge Rodriquez and production manager Tom Ercholl discuss a job.

  • Ron Medvescek, Arizona Daily Sta

Pressman Gerald Salgado shows a rubberized printing plate.

  • Gerald M. Gay Arizona Daily Star

The Marana High School girls' golf team will hold its first ever Lady Tigers fundraising tournament at Quarry Pines Golf Club on May 19.

  • Gerald M. Gay Arizona Daily Star

If you've shopped at a store, eaten at a restaurant or visited a hospital in Tucson over the last 50 years, chances are you've seen the handiw…

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Angelique Flores, 8, tries on new frames. "In class, I can't see the board. My new glasses are going to help me see better," she said.

  • Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star

EyeLeen, an optical lab on wheels, rolled into Tucson last week to provide free eye exams and eyewear to children from Marana, Flowing Wells, …

  • PHOTOS BY BENJIE SANDERS / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Joshua Ferguson, 6, has his eyes checked by Dr. Thomas Ginman inside the OneSight Vision Van. Local eye doctors, lab techs and others voluntee…

  • Compiled by Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star

Free prom dresses available for girls

  • RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Coyote Trail sixth-grader Guy Link studies his project, which focused on raising pool-water temperature via solar power.

  • PHOTOS BY RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Mom Nicole Capell takes a picture of Connor, 11, and his sister, Grace, standing in front of his winning science-fair entry at Coyote Trail El…

  • Ron Medvescek

Ryan Boyack's project on bridge strength took first place.

  • Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star

Budding scientists produced about 100 science projects for Coyote Trail Elementary School's annual science fair.

  • COURTESY OF KYLE PEPPE

Frank Oesterling, 19, was diagnosed with leukemia in January. A group of his friends have set out to raise $25,000 to help him and his family …

  • Ron Medvescek

Fifth-grader Joshua Sarte, right, and his dad, June Sarte, work on Joshua's project, using lemons as battery power.

  • Andrea Rivera Arizona Daily Star

Frank Oesterling's childhood pals felt compelled to do something after learning their 19-year-old friend had been diagnosed with leukemia, say…

  • Ron Medvescek

Jeremy Parry and Grace Hala'ufia give a satisfied glance toward their teammates after they finish in first and second place, respectively, in …