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People that “Echo” Edith Garcia Estrella

Edith Garcia Estrella

A community partner and employee of the General Consulate of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona was recognized by Mano Amiga for her exceptional community work. Edith Garcia Estrella works within the department of protection. She is a native and resident of Nogales Sonora, Mexico. She has a Bachelor Degree in Accounting from the Technological Institute of Nogales. Her role entails working ... Read More »

Susan Kunz-MCHC

Mariposa Health Insurance

Susan Kunz recognized within the public health field for her extraordinary work in Santa Cruz County Read More »

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PUHS Theatre Students Perform Grease at the Tin Shed Theater

PUHS Theatre Students

Pull your poodle skirts, saddle oxfords and bobby socks out of the back of your closet, the musical Grease is coming to town. Patagonia Union High School’s Theatre department is staging two performances at the Tin Shed Theater next Thursday, May 7th and Friday, May 8th at 6:00 PM. Due to the limited seating capacity at the Tin Shed Theater, ... Read More »

Children’s Health Fair at the Nogales Walmart

Mayor Doyle participating in the event

Children’s Health Fair at the Nogales Walmart in honor of Children’s Day. Many government and local non profit organizations were in attendance. The purpose of this event is to not only celebrate Children’s Day but to also provide families with information on health, safety and support. Mayor John Doyle was also in attendance to support the Children’s Health Fair. Children ... Read More »

People that “Echo” Les Caid Fire Chief of the Year

Fire Chief of the year

On Tuesday March 24, 2015, Rio Rico Fire District Chief Les Caid was awarded the distinction of being the Arizona Fire Chief’s Association (AFCA), Fire Chief of the Year at the annual AFCA Conference held in Glendale. AFCA President Chief Mary Cameli of Mesa Fire and Medical said, “Each year the Association selects a Fire Chief of the Year and ... Read More »

Cochise College Santa Cruz Student Coalition

Cochise College

The Santa Cruz Student Coalition from Cochise College is a coalition dedicated to teaching students leadership skills in a fun healthy and productive way. The group members are Jesus Atondo President, Alma Pina Vice-President, Marcos Espinoza  Treasurer, Alexis Grambs Secretary, Vanessa Montoya Historian, Edna Campos Event Organizer, Josue Flores Coalition Representative and 3 volunteers. The student coalition goal is to ... Read More »

“The Voice of One, the Power of All”

You have the power!

“The Voice of One, the Power of All” Making Connections 4U a local non-profit organization in Santa Cruz County along with the Santa Cruz Community Action Coalition will be in full force promoting their campaign during the month of May for National Prevention Week. National Prevention Week is a SAMHSA-supported annual health observance it is dedicated to increase public awareness ... Read More »

MCHC – Teaching Personal Responsibility to Youth in Santa Cruz County

Teen Health Facilitator's

Educating youth is a key element of the Health and Wellness Department at Mariposa Community Health Center, better known in the community as Platicamos Salud (Let’s Talk Health).  Platicamos Salud offers an HIV and pregnancy risk-reduction curriculum designed especially for Latino adolescents called ¡Cuidate! The program’s three main goals are focused on healthy life skills, healthy relationships and financial responsibility. ... Read More »

2015 Candidates of the “Fiestas de Mayo”

2015 “Fiestas de Mayo”

On Tuesday, April 7th the department of Arts and Agriculture in collaboration with the Mexican Consulate selected 4 candidates that will represent the Fiestas de Mayo Celebration. The candidate will be crowned as the official “Reina de las Fiestas.”  Each year the organizers of this event, seek female participants between the ages of 16-19 in Santa Cruz County to participate ... Read More »

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