Recipients "go above and beyond the call of duty."
If helping save lives is your cup of tea, you might want to attend the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Tucson Chapter’s fourth annual Teal Tea, which raises awareness about and funds education about ovarian cancer.
At left, Andrew Piorkowski and Linda Wojtowicz demonstrate a dance move during the Summer Dance Expo organized by Studio West School of Dance. Last Saturday's event at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, 7000 N. Resort Drive, featured both professional and student dancers. On the right are dancers …
Lucy Rojo and Sonia Temyanko practice dance steps during the daylong expo.
Enez Lai records one couple on the dance floor with her iPad. The daylong expo featured a variety of dance styles - from country Western and Latin to ballroom styles.
Priscilla Diaz, left, of Artistry in Motion in Scottsdale, helps customers Susan Brandes, center, and Joanne duPont with dresses at the Summer Dance Expo, which included vendors.
Tucson guitarist Gabriel Ayala develops a musical piece with his namesake quintet during the World Class Summer Series, a program organized by Loews Ventana Canyon and the Tucson Jazz Society.
Eric Hines plays percussion with the Gabriel Ayala Quintet.
Tucson musician Troy Gray backs up a tune on electric bass.
A crowd takes in the show at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, 7000 N. Resort Drive. The show was last Sunday. Next up in the concert series is "The West Coast Cool Show!" on July 5.
Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, 7000 N. Resort Drive, is spreading holiday cheer this year with several upcoming events.
You can catch some classic flicks in the coming weeks at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort.
Lisa Oyler, assistant director of human resources at Loews
Ventana Canyon Resort, left, helps resort guest Mercedes Pinedo
make a donation through DonorsChoose.org, an online nonprofit that
supplies teachers with classroom tools. A display was set up in the
lobby Friday to attract resort gue…
Raising money for local schools has never been so good for