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Boot Camp Training for Potential Political Candidates

Sedona AZ (April 4, 2017) – The current political climate has resulted in a growing interest in the number of people willing to get involved and thinking about running for elected office. The League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley is teaming up with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute to offer, at no cost, “Candidate Boot Camp” for individuals thinking about running for office or wanting... 

Cash for College Scholarship Awareness Night

Sedona AZ (November 9, 2015) – The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County is encouraging scholarship providing community groups to join local students at the inaugural Cash for College Scholarship Awareness Night. The scholarship night brings both scholarship providers and local students together in the same place in order for students to learn about the variety of opportunities for financial... 

Sedona Council Tell KSB Coalition to Cease and Desist Now

Sedona AZ (October 9, 2015) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor with an opinion by Sedona AZ area resident, Peggy Pavlich: Note to Sedona City Council: Tell KSB Coalition to Cease and Desist. The Pro-Monument/KSB Coalition needs to understand something: NO MEANS NO! The Sedona City Council will be voting on the National Monument designation at its meeting this Tuesday, October... 

OLLI Announces Fall Schedule of Classes and Open House

Sedona AZ (September 10, 2015) – Yavapai College’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of Sedona and the Verde Valley is pleased to announce the start of its Fall quarter on September 28, 2015. Over 140 offerings in both Learning Group and Workshop style are available, crafted by enthusiastic and dedicated facilitators who believe strongly in lifelong learning. Prior to the start of the... 

Direct To Consumer Marketing Seminar

Sedona AZ (January 12, 2015) – Nationally-renowned marketing consultant, Michele Rennie, will be in the Verde Valley to present Direct To Consumer marketing techniques for wineries, tasting rooms and membership loyalty programs on February 6, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Yavapai College Verde Valley Campus. This event is open to the public. The cost to attend is $45, with pre-registration... 

What Does the 2014 Election Mean For Us

Sedona AZ (November 11, 2014) – Our recent elections were hotly contested, and millions of dollars were spent during the campaign. Should we be delighted to have seen democracy in action, or should we be dismayed at what’s happening to our voting process? Robyn Prud’homme-Bauer, President of the League of Women Voters for the state of Arizona, will reflect on the current state of... 

Remembrance Day National Roll Call

Sedona AZ (November 8, 2014) – The public is invited to join the Yavapai College community in attending the Remembrance Day National Roll Call on Monday, November 10, 2014, on both the Verde Valley and Prescott campuses to honor American service men and women killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Volunteers at colleges and universities across the nation will read the names of fallen service... 

November Ballot Jail Tax Presentation

Yavapai County Supervisor Chip Davis to discuss November ballot jail tax proposal in Sedona Sedona AZ (October 4, 2014) – A measure on the November ballot requests voter authorization of a sales tax increase to provide revenues for the operation, maintenance and construction of county jails, including construction of a new jail in Prescott. If this measure is rejected, the jail will be paid for... 

Yavapai College World War I Symposium

Australian infantry at Ypres Sedona AZ (October 1, 2014) – In recognition of Veterans Day 2014, the public is invited to attend Yavapai College’s “The First World War Symposium: A Series of Interdisciplinary Lectures Presented by the Faculty of Yavapai College.” The lecture series runs November 6 through 8, 2014, at both the Prescott and Clarkdale campuses. These are free events. The... 

Life Goes On with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (September 8, 2014) – “When tempers and fury rage, frequently, logic seems to prefer to go on sabbatical. When folks who have disagreed on past issues and decisions have the maturity and good sense to combine their collective thinking in a sensible fashion, so as to unite and defend a measure for the right reason, at the conclusion what’s... 
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