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People that “Echo” Arthur Espinoza

Arthur Espinoza is not new to the field of community service. He has been working in the field for over 12 years. Mr. Espinoza has been working for 7 years at the Nogales Community Food Bank as the executive director. The Nogales Community Food Bank is dedicated to keeping families in need within Santa Cruz County nourished. The food bank ... Read More »

Inspirational Educational Leader Retires-Sue Neilsen

When we think about our local community college in Santa Cruz County, the first thing that comes to mind is Sue Neilsen Director of Cochise College. She has worked with the college for over 12 years. Unfortunately for our community, she will be retiring June 30, 2015. She will be moving to San Francisco to be with family. Ms. Neilsen ... Read More »

MCHC Donates AEDs to Nogales Sonora Fire Department

On Thursday, April 23rd, Mariposa Community Health Center’s (MCHC) Chief Executive Officer, Jim Welden and Medical Director, Eladio Pereira, M.D., presented the Nogales Sonora Fire Department with four automated external defibrillators (AEDs).  Nogales Sonora Fire Department Captain Sergio Diaz Regalado and Lieutenant Victor Garay accepted the donation and expressed their gratitude to MCHC for providing their Fire Department with the ... Read More »

Congratulations to Mariposa Community Health Center’s 2015 Scholarship Recipients!

Nogales High School graduates, Cheyenne Garcia and Ricardo Lira, Jr., are the winners of the 2015 Mariposa Community Health Center scholarships.  The two students were selected by the MCHC Board of Directors from numerous Santa Cruz County applicants.  Both Cheyenne and Ricardo will receive $2,500 for two years for a total of $5,000 each toward their education. Cheyenne Garcia has ... Read More »

Patagonia Youth Empowerment Fair 2015

The Patagonia Youth Empowerment Fair took place on Friday, May 1, 2015 at the Patagonia High School Gymnasium. This was the 3rd Annual Youth Empowerment Fair with more than 40 organizations participated in the event. Students had an opportunity to find out about summer volunteer, and job opportunities. Students were provided information on health, higher education and nutrition. Law enforcement ... Read More »

People that “Echo” 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

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

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

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 »

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