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People who “echo” Alejandra Martinez, Crossroads Nogales Mission, Spelling Bee 2023, Let’s Talk Health-Colon Cancer, RRHS Principal Hector Estrada named Administrator of the Year /Shannon Enciso, RRHS Council Receives High Honors/RRHS FBLA Brings Six Medals, Shannon Enciso, Mayor’s Corner-March, Sheriff’s Hathaway Round-Up, You have the POWER! Santa Cruz County Attorney
The Santa Cruz County School Superintendent Alfredo I. Velasquez, in partnership with other organizations, is proud to announce the recipients of the 2023 Santa Cruz County Early Childhood Education Award of Excellence. This award was created to recognize and honor individuals who have made a tremendous impact on the early stages of a child's life through their exemplary leadership, commitment, dedication, and passion. It is a great privilege to be able to acknowledge and highlight the work of these individuals who have left an imprint on the lives of so many.
The non-profit sector contributes to strengthening communities by providing educational, health, and social services that citizens cannot access from the government. Nonprofit organizations, however, can only fulfill their missions with the help of dedicated and passionate individuals who give their time, talent, and treasure to volunteer and serve on nonprofit boards of directors.
As a result of the COVID pandemic, many non-profit organizations in Tubac have lost their volunteers, making it difficult for them to operate. Volunteers are essential to the success of non-profit organizations, so the lack of volunteers has had a significant impact on their ability to provide services to their communities. This has caused many organizations in Tubac to struggle with recruiting volunteers and has put a strain on their operations. Without volunteers, non-profit organizations cannot operate effectively and efficiently.
We have had difficulty finding volunteers to work with local non-profit organizations in the past few months. There is a shortage of volunteers in these organizations, which makes it difficult to carry out our work. Prior to COVID, we had people who were willing to volunteer their time. However, after COVID, a number of the volunteers stopped coming or did not see the importance of volunteering.
Dennis Eshleman, community member from Destination Tubac-Tumacacori, said, "Volunteers are the backbone of any nonprofit organization. There are a variety of opportunities available throughout the year for volunteers to match their passions, skills, interests, and areas of development."
Volunteers are greatly needed in our community in order to help with the various capacities that organizations lack the necessary staff and funding to carry out. Therefore, I would like to encourage people to volunteer their time and energy to these organizations. There are many organizations that are looking for volunteers to help with opportunities outside of their primary focus areas or with more general functions. Your support will have a major impact on the success of these organizations, and it is greatly appreciated.
Volunteer opportunities in the following organizations:
Tubac Center of the Arts (520) 398-2371- Karin Topping
Tubac Presidio (520) 398-2371 - Julie Robinson
Tumacacori National Historic Park (520) 377-5060 - Mike Medrano
Tubac Nature Center - (520) Jim Karp
Anza Trail Coalition (520) 841-6944 - Karol Stubbs
Friends of the Santa Cruz River (520) 403-2823 - Rich Kiker
Tubac Chamber of Commerce (520) 398-2704 - Antoinette Frey
Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community and help those in need. It can also be a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, and gain valuable experience. Volunteering can be a great way to make a difference in the world, and it can also be a great way to feel a sense of accomplishment. People should volunteer because it can help them build relationships, learn new skills, and gain valuable experience. It can also be a great way to make a difference in the world and help those in need. Volunteering can be a great way to make a positive impact in the community and make a difference in the lives of those around you.
Rio Rico High School Student Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), a career and technical student organization (CTSO) received six medals at the FBLA Region 1 Conference held at Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, Arizona on January 26, 2023.
FBLA is a non-profit education association that prepares students for careers in business and related fields. Students are able to practice for their competitive event before the state competition.
Sixteen RRHS students competed in various events. Six students placed at the top of their respective categories which included both individual and team competitions.
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