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Church art program spreads love, beauty in community

Church art program spreads love, beauty in community

Resurrection Lutheran Church members sense the divine in the act of artistic creation, and use that mentality to express themselves and cheer up others.

June 05, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Tucson High junior named Carson Scholar

Tucson High junior named Carson Scholar

Tucson High Magnet School junior Meagan A. Bethel was named a Carson Scholar.

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Political, civics group at Rincon High wins state award

Political, civics group at Rincon High wins state award

Rincon High School was awarded The Ernest Andrew Rogers Award for outstanding Junior State Chapter of the Year.

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Guest Column: Business, not government, should be behind community service plan

Business - not money or the government - will solve many of our social ills.

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AARP Arizona seeking nominations for award

Nominations are being accepted for the 2012 AARP State Andrus Award for Community Service.  This award honors individuals who are making a difference in their communities.

May 15, 2012 9:00 amLoading…
Time to leave, says Alley, Community Foundation's CEO

Time to leave, says Alley, Community Foundation's CEO

In January 2001, Steve Alley was sitting in his office at the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy when the phone rang. It was a friend calling to tell him about an opening for chief executive officer at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.

February 12, 2010 12:00 am Photos

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Time to leave, says Alley, Community Foundation's CEO

Time to leave, says Alley, Community Foundation's CEO

Steve Alley has helped raise almost $69 million in gifts to the foundation, which awards more than 1,000 grants annually to local nonprofits.

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Time to leave, says Alley, Community Foundation's CEO

Time to leave, says Alley, Community Foundation's CEO

Steve Alley, center, is greeted by Tomás León before a meeting. Alley says he's not retiring, but that his decision to move on is "a resignation to pursue other opportunities. . . . I don't know what I will be doing after April 30."

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