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Sedona Veterans Day Service Scheduled

The Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley invites everyone to a special service on Veterans Day, Friday evening, November 11, 2011 at 7:30 PM.

This Shabbat service of celebration and gratitude, lay-led by Robb Gordon and synagogue members who are veterans, will honor all who served in our armed forces. There will be readings dedicated to all those who served, or who are currently serving, our country in war or peace in any branch of military service. All are invited to stay for refreshments following the service.

The synagogue is located at 100 Meadowlark Drive, off Highway 179 just south of the Chapel Road roundabout in Sedona. For more information call 928-204-1286. 

The Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley is unaffiliated with any particular stream of Judaism, a choice made in order to respect and serve the rich diversity of our members and visitors. JCSVV is a welcoming, egalitarian, inclusive congregation dedicated to building a link from the past to the future by providing religious, educational, social and cultural experiences and is led by Rabbi Alicia Magal. Visit www.jcsvv.org for more information about Sedona’s “Jewel of a Shul”.

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  1. Joe Pyritz says:

    Pinal County to Honor Veterans on Wednesday, November 9! All are welcome!

    FLORENCE – The Pinal County Board of Supervisors will hold its annual Veterans Day celebration on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 beginning at 2:00 pm. The approximately hour-long ceremony will take place on the steps of Administration Building A; 31 North Pinal Street in Florence.

    The public is invited to come and celebrate the service of Pinal County veterans. This year’s guest speaker is former Air Force Fighter Pilot Jeff Latas. The retired Colonel flew the F-15 Strike Eagle in several missions throughout the world. He also worked at the Pentagon managing weapons modernization programs.

    There is no charge to attend this event, light refreshments will be served following the program. Please come!

  2. Tres Ikner - Flagstaff on 11-11-11 says:

    The Green Room at 15 N. Agassiz in Flagstaff has landed a stunning bill for Friday November 11, 2011 that includes two award-winning Arizona bands. The first act to take the stage is indie pop favorite, Dutch Holly of Prescott.

    In April 2011, Dutch Holly took home the first-annual Buckey Award for Outstanding Musical Artist. Since then, their meteoric rise to prominence has landed them on stages at the Arizona Best Fest in Prescott, the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix, and on radio stations around the state including KJACK in Flagstaff. Dutch Holly has an alternative/indie sound centered on the inventive harmonies of husband/wife songwriting duo, Jen Juniper (vocals) and Tres Ike (guitar, keys, vocals). The inclusion of unusual instrumentation such as violin and trombone adds a fun, eclectic flavor.

    Headlining the bill that Friday is Phoenix’s retro-rootsy Americana combo, The Sugar Thieves, who have garnered multiple awards and nominations. In 2008 and 2009, The Sugar Thieves won the Phoenix Blues Society’s AZ Blues Showdown and were voted best blues band in the state. They were voted Phoenix New Times 2009 Best Americana Band and took the People’s Choice Award at the Old Daisy Theatre at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN in 2010. The band is anchored by songwriting duo Mikel Lander (guitar, vocals) and Meredith Moore (vocals). The Sugar Thieves have a sultry blues roots foundation, and put on a high-energy show that keeps the audience on their feet.

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