Senior Menus for the week of Monday, 09-25, to Friday, 09-29
We are considering painting the exterior of our home and the painter wants to use a Sherwin-Williams product called Duration.
Granville Elementary School is excited to recognize Ryleigh Martin as Student of the Week!
It seems that more traditions are being lost and things that should be remembered are being forgotten.
NEW YOUTH PROGRAM is doing well at the Cordes Lakes at the Community Center, 16357 S. Cordes Lakes Drive.
Reputable roofers aren’t usually door-to-door salesmen
We have been subject to three door-to-door salesmen trolling through our neighborhood telling us we have hail damage and they were offering their roofing repair services and offering to call our insurance agent for us.
Sept. 9 demonstration and performance
Don Schiller remembers his mother buying him an old, wooden flute as a vacation souvenir years ago.
Offering workshops on skills translating to general life
Being an adult is hard, something the staff at the Prescott Valley Public Library know all too well.
Kayden is in his second year at Bright Futures Preschool and we are so excited to have him back.
We just moved to Cottonwood from Ohio and are thrilled with the outdoor living.
In just the first week of school, Ava is a role model in responsibility, respectfulness, and being an engaged learner.
The subject of Loss and Hope for the Women’s Retreat hosted by Mayer Community Church was certainly timely with the fire and floods bring much loss to many people in the area.
With the entire world of knowledge just a few mouse-clicks away, it has never been easier than it is right now to learn something new and unexpected every day and I expanded my learning horizon this past week when I had a conversation with a homeowner about removing large boulders from their property without equipment access.
All projects individual, some made for charity
Since 2015, the Prescott Valley Quilters Club has been meeting at the Prescott Valley Public Library and although its members are all at different skill levels, they all keep on learning new things from each other every time they come, said member Gale Lovelady.
On my 5-mile walks this past weekend I noticed the “littles” are jumping around and believe me, it never is good to see young, tiny grasshoppers hatching and jumping around.
Produce will be available on Aug 24. Sign-up starts at 7 a.m. and the doors are CLOSED and LOCKED at 9 a.m.
‘Exciting’ and ‘such an honor,’ she said
As the recipient of this year’s Deserving Woman award, Jann Watts said she was shocked and that she felt undeserving of the award.
With the recent fires and floods that occurred in our county, we have received several insurance questions.
SMARTgirls owner wins 2017 Business Leader of the Year
After 10 years of business, owning SMARTgirls Resale Fashion, giving back to the community, founding Hope Still Floats, starting the Women in Business Roundtable and creating the Deserving Woman Award.
Came out of idea to celebrate love of libraries
It all started back in April during National Library Month when the library events committee was coming up with ideas to celebrate the love of libraries, said Prescott Valley Public Library Adult Services Librarian Jennifer Kim.
Iliana lives in Prescott Valley with her mom, two brothers, sister, stepdad and stepsister.
Once a stainless steel sink is scratched, it stays scratched, so use protective rubber grids
We have a stainless steel sink and the bottom has been scratched from pots and pans. Are lower gauge stainless sinks harder than higher gauge stainless and can the scratches be removed?
Owners have decades of passion for beads
Though she’s had the store since December 2015, Beads to You co-owner Mary Palais said beads have been her passion for a lot longer.
This year we finally got peaches on our tree, so to keep the birds from eating them all I picked a bunch to make this delicious peach crisp. Hope you’ll try it.
With dodging fires and floods and helping others during these disastrous events, Mayer Area Meals on Wheels was grateful to receive a grant from Prescott Area Women Who Care.