May 12, 2017
This is your 60 second news update from PrescottValleyeNews.com. #LISTEN Online.
Diana Green was picked to be Humboldt Elementary School’s new principal for the upcoming school year at the Humboldt Unified School board meeting on Tuesday night.
Following retirement from her nearly thirty-year career working various positions in school districts, retirement wasn’t all it was cracked up to be for Green and she was looking for some work when an opportunity presented itself to fill the vacant spot at Humboldt Elementary.
Humboldt Unified School District Superintendent Daniel Streeter was thrilled to have Green back in the district who had previously been the principal of Granville Elementary.
Meanwhile, current principal Lisa Uvila is moving back to her home state of Washington to become the principal of Monument Elementary School in Quincy, Washington.
Upon arrival, Green mentioned she will work with the staff to determine the school’s current level of academic achievement and set a goal to where they want to be, something Green has done throughout her career which includes several different stints as a principal.
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May 11, 2017
In this segment of Ranchland Radio on www.QuadPodAZ.com, Brad Fain of the Fain Signature Group talks with Clyde Neville, Executive Producer of the Prescott Valley Performing Arts. The two discuss how the Performing Arts developed in Prescott Valley and how the Fain Signature Group played a pivotal role in helping the Arts find a home in Prescott Valley, AZ. Brad also shares with listeners the upcoming events that will be taking place this spring at the Prescott Valley Events Center.
This segment of the Ranchland Radio podcast on QuadPodAZ.com has been made possible by the Prescott Valley Events Center, Central and Northern Arizona's premier events destination. Get your tickets online at www.PrescottValleyEventCenter.com
May 10, 2017
This is your 60 second news update from PrescotteNews.com.
Recently, the Boys and Girls Club of Central Arizona announced April’s inaugural “Dancing for the Stars” event raised over $130,000 for the organization.
A fundraising spin on the popular reality show on CBS “Dancing with the Stars”, which features celebrities dancing with professionals and battling others for the top prize, The Boys and Girls Club worked for seven months planning the event and recruiting local celebrities to participate
Five-hundred people came out to see the show while hundreds others watched the fundraiser streamed on television.
Boys and Girls Club of Central Arizona Devolpment Director Kristen Kerns mentioned planning for next year’s “Dancing for the Stars” has already started and looks to be bigger and better with new celebrities participating. As for the money raised in the inaugural event, Kerns mentioned the organization will use the money for youth programs after school and during the summer.
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Full Story: http://prescottenews.com/index.php/news/current-news/item/29965-dancing-for-the-stars-raises-thousands-for-boys-and-girls-club
May 9, 2017
Janis talks with Sharla Mortimer of Mortimer Family Farms in Dewey about farm life, her expanding business and work to spread the word about family farming.
May 3, 2017
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May 3, 2017
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May 2, 2017
In this segment of the Prescott Gun Club, QuadPodAZ.com's most popular podcast, we are discussing the types of classes are offered at Prescott's only indoor gun range.
Don Grier, range owner, attorney, and NRA Certified Firearms Instructor shares the follwing info on safety and firearms training at the PGC:
1. Firearms Familiarization class - taking apart, cleaning, putting your firearm back together.
2. Basic Marksmanship class - 1.5 hrs in class and 1.5 hours on the range.
3. CCW - Concealed Carry Weapons Permit - safety, basic marksmanship, law / justification for drawing your weapon, holster draw instruction; 2-2.5 hrs on range shooting.
4. Malfunctions class - 4.0 hours
5. Tactical range / class - advanced classes - continued carry class - diversion, moving , taking cover.
6. Private lessons - train with your own NRA certified trainer.
7. Events - ladies night - training drills.
8. High desert shooters every tues night at 5:30pm
9. Church Group - Heights Church firearms training and social
UPCOMING CLASSES AT Prescott Gun Club:
- CCW Class - May 13, 2017
- Shoot for Life - May 20, 2017 1-2pm
- Donating $5 per shot
- Enter to win Ruger LCP .380 (Retail $219)
For more info, go to: www.QuadPodAZ.com/prescott-gun-club
April 26, 2017
#LISTEN Online to the Janis Best show as Janis visits with Michelle Blevins of Captain Crossfit, exploring the benefits of using everyday motions as an exercise program.
April 26, 2017
Janis talks with Prescott Chief of Police Deborah Black about coming
into a new job, her successful career and balancing with family.