Frat to be honored for park cleanup
Tucson Clean and Beautiful will honor the Phi Delta Chi Professional Pharmacy Fraternity-Alpha Nu chapter at a University of Arizona-area park for its participation in the city's Adopt-a-Park program.
The organization will honor the fraternity at a ceremony at 3 p.m. Friday at Grant-Campbell Park, 1801 E. Grant Road.
Phi Delta Chi will be recognized for its commitment to removing litter and reporting maintenance needs at the park.
For information about Tucson Clean and Beautiful, go to www.tucson cleanandbeautiful.org or call 791-3109.
Meet adoptable dogs at Purple Heart Park
The Pima Animal Care Center will bring adoptable dogs to Purple Heart Park, 10050 E. Rita Road, Saturday for exercise and socialization.
The dogs will be at the park from 8:30 to 10 a.m.
For more information, call Priscilla at 481-6653.
Compass seeking nominees for award
Compass Behavioral Health Care is accepting nominations for the organization's Robert Moore Award.
The award recognizes an individual working in the behavioral health field who exemplifies exceptional values, beliefs, dedication and high ethical standards.
The award was established to honor the life and work of Moore, a former minister and Compass employee.
Compass will recognize nominees during its Celebration of Recovery on Sept. 9.
Nomination forms may be obtained by calling 882-5608 or going to www.compasshc.org
TROT to host annual rummage sale Sept. 11
Therapeutic Riding of Tucson (TROT) will host its fourth annual Tack and Rummage Sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 11 at its facility at 8920 E. Woodland Road.
Vendors can reserve a space at the event for a $30 donation. TROT also is looking for donations of slightly used items.
Donations are tax-deductible, and donation slips will be at the sale.
For information about the sale or dropping off items, call TROT at 749-2360 or Donna at 982-2645.
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