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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Voice of Douglas Update Wednesday, 13 November 2013


* Recently on Voice of Douglas:
- Consulmex's Mariana Torres shares about recent events and travel considerations for upcoming Holidays
-- Interview by Laura Blair (
- Nov 24th rally for comprehensive immigration reform with Ada Parra and Sonia Barcelo
-- Interview by Laura Blair (
* Voice of Douglas is supporting efforts to save health care in our area!
- Please visit and like the Douglas Area Health Care Sustainability District on Facebook today!
Your calendar of events is listed below community sections. Please send your event information and flyers
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Since our first broadcast our motto has been and continues to be "we represent a new media and multidimensional movement. We are committed to bringing and keeping positive transformation to the City of Douglas, Arizona and her citizens. We are the Voice of Douglas."
* Arizona Workforce/Cochise One Stop Job List for Cochise County 11 November 2013
* Arizona Workforce/Cochise One Stop 5 Year Plan
* Job Opportunity: Health Educator - Parents as Teachers (Re-Opened) (100313)
- Agency/Location: Cochise County Health Department, Benson/Willcox
* Job Opportunity: Director of CAA Southern Arizona
- Agency/Location: Children's Action Alliance
* Cochise College and College Central Network
- Help link our students and alumni with employers!
* Greater Douglas Chamber of Commerce
- Luncheon: 1st Thursdays, 11:45AM - 1:00PM, DUSD Patio, Corner of A Avenue and 12th Street
- Board Meeting: 2nd Thursdays, 7:30AM, El Chef Restaurant, Corner of A Avenue and 11th Street
* Sierra Vista Area Chamber
- Newsletter: "Chamber Vista November Issue"
* Sierra Vista Area Chamber
- By Margaret Dillard, Communications Director, Sierra Vista Area Chamber of Commerce
- "Save the dates! Lots going on!" Wednesday, 13 November 2013
* Tombstone Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, 01 November
* U.S. Chamber of Commerce
- Newsletter: "Budget Deal / Legal Reform / Government Affairs Conferences / Small Business of the Year"
-- By Western Regional Office, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
* Douglas food pantries
- Society of St Vincent de Paul is in need of canned food and non-perishable items. Info: (520) 364-7573
- Douglas Area Food Bank needs operating funds to keep lights on and phone working. Info: (520) 364-4170
* Douglas Animal Shelter
- Volunteers needed to foster animals while waiting for adoption.
- Donations needed: dry dog and cat food, dog and cat treats, dog and cat toys, collars/leashes, dog shampoo/conditioner, old towels and blankets
- Info: (520) 417-7567. Location: 2017 N. Rogers Avenue
- Douglas-Williams House / The Douglas Historical Society
-- Needs include: docents, part-time admin help, event coordinators, gardeners, residents with oral stories to share, bi-national collaborations, and more society members (annual dues start at $10 for individuals)
-- Contact Lea Dodge: 805-0086 or
* Call for Elections in Douglas (Wards 2, 4, and 6)
- Candidate required documents must be filed NO LATER THAN Wednesday, 11 December
- Flyers in English/Spanish:
* Article: "Cuts to food stamp program hits more than 1 million Arizonans"
- By Pei Li, Cronkite News Service
* The Turning Point Monthly for November 2013
- By The SouthEastern Arizona Governments Organization (SEAGO)
* Internet Talk Radio: Shadow Politics with Senator Michael Brown and Douglas' own Kathleen Gomez
- 4:00PM MST, Sundays, > click Talk Radio Station #2 > Click Schedule 2
* Author Catherine Crary at the Douglas Public Library
- 10:15AM, Thursday, 14 November, 10th Street and F Avenue
- Info: (520) 417-7356
* Douglas Public Library Book Club for Adults Discussion
- 7:00PM, Thursday, 21 November, Library Conference Room
- Discussing Reading Selection Death Comes to the Archbishop (open to all)
- Copies of the books may be obtained from the Library Staff
- This will be the final meeting of the Douglas Public Library Book Club for Adults Discussion group in 2013
* Douglas Public Library Recurring Events Info: (520) 417-7358 OR
- Children Programs for 2013-2014:
- Reader's Theatre, Tuesdays, 3:00PM - 4:00PM, Ages 6-12, starts Tuesday, 03 September
- Teen Night, Fridays, 3:00PM - 4:00PM, Ages 13-18, starts Friday, 06 September
- Hora de Cuentos Y Diversion (Spanish Storytime), Tuesdays, 10:15AM
- English Storytime, Thursdays, 10:15AM
- Latina/Latino Literature & Writing Workshop, 1st Fridays, 3:00PM - 4:00PM
* Bookmobile Schedule from Cochise County Library District
* Friends of the Douglas Public Library on Facebook
* Douglas Family Leadership Institute 2013 Schedule
- Family Leadership Classes in English
-- Douglas High School: Yolanda Caruso/Julie Romero/Luis Greer will teach on Tuesdays: 5:30-8:30PM
-- Joe Carlson Elementary: Cyndy Ortega/Melissa Silva will teach on Saturdays: 9:00-12:00PM
- Liderazgo de Padres en Espanol:
-- Clawson Elementary: Maritza Reyes/Alex Boneo martes: 5:30-8:30PM
-- Ray Borane: Francisco & Melly LaMadrid/Cecilia Mungaray los Sabados: 9:00-12:00PM
- FLI Dates
-- Module 2: Self Identity-Past, Present & Future: Saturday, 16 November/Tuesday, 19 November
-- Module 3: Living in Two Worlds-Cultural & Generational Perspectives: Saturday, 23 November/Tuesday, 26 November
-- Module 4: Storytelling & Journaling: Saturday, 14 December/Tuesday, 16 December
-- Module 5: Education-The Key to a Better Future: Saturday, 11 January/Tuesday, 14 January
-- Module 6: Cochise College and U of A South Field Trip: Saturday, 08 February
-- Module 7: Improving Family & School Relationship: Saturday, 22 February/Tuesday, 25 February
-- Module 8: Facing Challenges at Home: Saturday, 22 March/Tuesday, 25 March
-- Module 9: Creating a Family Action Plan: Saturday, 05 April/Tuesday, 08 April
-- Module 10: Celebrating Family Academic Excellence: Saturday, 26 April
* Call for Student Housing Assistance
- Benefiting health professions students in rural rotations in Cochise and Santa Cruz
- Sponsored and Reimbursed by Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center (SEAHEC)
- Info: (520) 287-4722,,
* DUSD WestEd Four Dimensional District Study
- Douglas Dispatch Article, 28 August: "WestEd findings prioritized at DUSD community stakeholder meeting"
- Douglas Dispatch Article, 30 October: "DUSD kicks off Phase 2 of WestEd"
* DUSD Governing Board Meetings
- 5:30PM, every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, DUSD Governing Board Room, 1132 12th Street
* Newsletters by Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- "Road to Recovery: Watch the 2013 Showcase of Events"
* Newsletter: "Forgetfulness, Dementia and National Awareness Month"
- By Robert Fleming, Fleming & Curti, PLC
* Are You OK? Elder-Homebound Check-up Entry Form
- Sponsored by cochise County Sheriffs Office
* Benefit Charts Courtesy SEAGO Area Agency on Aging
- DES/FAA Benefits Chart 11-1-2013 and Medicare Parts A & B in 2014
* News Release: "KBRP Launches Cochise County Media Partnership for Community Health"
- By Ryan J Bruce, Station Director, KBRP
* Webinar Replay: A Strategic Approach to Suicide Prevention in High Schools
* Cochise & Santa Cruz Elder Care Resource Directories
* Diabetes Type 1 Screening
- Sponsored by TrialNet
- Info: (415) 652-4058,
* Chiricahua Community Health Center Contact Phone Numbers Outreach & Enrollment Team
* Sierra Vista Regional Health Center
- Newsletter: SVRHC Wellness Depot Newsletter for November 2013
-- By Dee Parks, Community Benefit Coordinator, Sierra Vista Regional Health Center
* November 2013 Calendar of Visiting Specialists at The University of Arizona Medical Center – Multi-Specialty Office in Sierra Vista
* Medicare Open Enrollment Events in Cochise County
- 15 October through 07 December
- By Ramona MacMurtrie, Health Insurance Assistance Programs Coordinator, Area Agency on Aging, SouthEastern Arizona Governments Organization
* News Releases By Public Affairs Office, Tucson Sector, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- "Busy weekend at Border Patrol checkpoints"
* Arizona Newspapers Association
- Newsletter: "This Week @ ANA 10-23-13" (webinars, writing tips, digital ideas and more)
* Newsletter: "Western Outdoor Times"
- By Arizona Boating & Watersports
* Travel Information
- Latest Road Conditions in Cochise County:
* SEAGO Transportation Coordination Plan
- Features: local transportation providers, services provided, area of service, service days and hours, and contact information
* Douglas Rides Information
- Fares per Ride: Seniors 60 & Over are 50 Cents, Adults 19-59 are $1, Students 7-18 are 75 cents, Kids 6 & Under are FREE with paid adult, Disabled are 50 cents
- Midtown Route: Mondays-Saturdays, 8:00AM-5:00PM
- Pirtleville and Bay Acres Route: Mondays-Fridays, 8:00AM-2:30PM
- Elfrida & McNeal Route: Every other Friday (March 8th, 22nd, etc.) I81 & Jefferson at Corner Store in Elfrida, I91 & McNeal Road in McNeal
- Cochise College Route: (
- Douglas Rides Program Needs Your Help: Donations Accepted from Merchants and Individuals
- Info: (520) 364-4474, All Information is Courtesy City of Douglas Transportation Department
* City Council Regular Meeting
- 6:00PM, Wednesday, 13 November, City Hall, 425 10th Street
* Chamber Board Meeting for November
7:30AM, Thursday, 14 November, El Chef Restaurant, Corner of A Avenue and 11th Street
* Author Catherine Crary at the Douglas Public Library
- 10:15AM, Thursday, 14 November, 10th Street and F Avenue
- Info: (520) 417-7356
* FREE Child Care Provider Training
- 10:00AM - 12:00PM, Friday, 15 November, Wellness Depot, Mall @ Sierra Vista, 220 El Mercado Loop, Sierra Vista
- Infant nutrition and safe sleep workshop
- 2 hours CEU available, sponsored by UA Cooperative Extension
- Info: (520) 458-8278 Ext 2135 or
* Cochise College Brown Bag Series
- 12:10PM - 1:00PM, Tuesday, 19 November, Douglas Government Center, 1012 N. G Avenue, 1st Floor
- Bring your lunch, free lecture "Nepal Trek with Joan Reichel"
- Info: (520) 515-5492 or
- Disabled Accomodations: (520) 515-5337 or (520) 414-4023 no later than 72 hours in advance
* Douglas Celebration: American Education Week with Inspirational Event
- 1:00PM, Tuesday, 19 November, Main Office, 1700 Estrella Avenue, Douglas
- American Education Week is November 18-22
- Pizza lunch provided by UA South
- sponsored by UA Douglas, City of Douglas, DUSD
* Turning Point Community Organizations Meeting and Updates
7:30AM – 9:00AM, Wednesday, 20 November, Douglas Fire Station, 1400 10th Street
* Douglas Community Coalition Meeting
12:30PM - 2:00PM, Thursday, 21 November, Pinal Hispanic Council Wellness Room, 1940 11th Street
* Cochise Regional Partnership Council Regular Meeting
- 1:00PM, Thursday, 21 November, Benson City Hall, 120 West 6th Street, Benson
* Douglas Youth Leadership Conference 2013
- 2:30PM - 5:30PM, Thursday, 21 November, Douglas Visitor Center, 345 16th Street
- Sponsored by Arizona Rural Health Association and several area agencies
- Flyer Pending
* FREE Seminar: "How To Enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace"
- 6:00PM, Thursday, 21 November, Douglas Visitor Center, 345 16th Street
* FREE November class: "Resiliency in Families"
- 5:30PM – 7:30PM, Thursday, 21 November, Village Meadows Elementary School, Cafeteria, 905 El Camino Real, Sierra Vista
- Free Child Care and Activities for School-Aged Children upon request
- Must pre-register for Child Care: (520) 249-2834 or
- Light meal and certificates of participation provided
- Sponsored by the Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Sierra Vista Public Schools, and Army Community Services
* Douglas Public Library Book Club for Adults Discussion
- 7:00PM, Thursday, 21 November, Library Conference Room
- Discussing Reading Selection Death Comes to the Archbishop (open to all)
- Copies of the books may be obtained from the Library Staff
- This will be the final meeting of the Douglas Public Library Book Club for Adults Discussion group in 2013
* AARP/SEAGO Douglas Conference in Spanish
- 9:30AM - 2:00PM, Saturday, 23 November, Edificio de Los Obreros, 8th Street and H Avenue
- Topics: Medicare, Social Security, Affordable Care Act
- Lunch provided
- Info: (520) 432-2528 Ext 222 or
* Cochise Early Childhood Statewide Capacity Building Initiative
- 10:00AM - 12:00PM, Monday, 25 November, Sierra Vista Police Dept, Training Room, 911 N Coronado Drive
* Chamber Luncheon for December
- 11:45AM - 1:00PM, Thursday, 05 December, DUSD Patio, Corner of A Avenue and 12th Street (subject to change for October)
- Presenter: To Be Announced
- Free Lunch Courtesy: To Be Announced
* 4th Annual Arizona Summit on Volunteerism and Service-Learning
- Friday-Saturday, 06-07 December, Arizona State University, West Campus, Glendale
* Training: "The Development of Self-Regulation: Helping Young Children Learn Self-Control"
- 9:00AM - 4:00PM, Friday, 13 December, Cochise County Complex, 4001 Foothills Drive, Sierra Vista
- Cost: $65.00 for ITMHCA members, $80.00 for non-members
- Presented by the Infant-Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona and ASU's Child Development Laboratory
- Info: or (520) 452-9784 Ext 27
* Youth Mental Health First Aid Training in Benson
- 8:00AM - 6:00PM, Friday, 10 January, SEABHS Training Room, 611 W. Union Street, Benson
- To register:
* Shred-It Fundraiser sponsored by your Greater Douglas Chamber of Commerce!!!
- Securely shred your sensitive documents for $5.00/box
- 9:00AM - 12:00PM, Saturday, 25 January 2014, B & D Lumber & Hardware, 1010 N H Avenue, Douglas
- Recent Fundraiser: "Chorus fundraiser will 'Shed it'" By Shar Porier, The Sierra Vista Herald (
- Shred-It of Tucson advertises: secure paper shredding, secure processes, and certificates of destruction (
* Mondays: Al-Anon Meeting, 7:00PM, Douglas Public Library, 10th Street and F Avenue
* Tuesdays: Douglas Rotary Club, 12:00PM - 1:00PM, El Alamo Restaurant, 1449 G Avenue
* Thursdays: Weight Watchers, 5:00PM, Douglas Government Center, 10th Street and G Avenue, Info: (520) 364-3953
* Sundays: Douglas Mercado, 10:00AM – 2:00PM, Raul Castro (10th Street) Park, until late October, Info: (520) 236-4675
* Sundays, Wednesdays: Douglas-Williams House Museum, 10:00AM - 2:00PM (until 4:00PM Wednesdays), or by appointment: (520) 364-7370
* Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays: Alcoholics Anonymous, 7:00PM, St. Stephens Episcopal Church, 9th Street and D Avenue
* 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, DUSD Governing Board Meetings, 5:30PM, 1132 12th Street, Watch LIVE:
* 1st Thursdays: Greater Douglas Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, 11:45AM - 1:00PM, DUSD Patio, Corner of A Avenue and 12th Street
* 2nd Thursdays: Greater Douglas Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting, 7:30AM, El Chef Restaurant, Corner of A Avenue and 11th Street
* 2nd Wednesdays: City Council Regular Meeting, 6:00PM, City Hall, 425 10th Street
* 3rd Wednesdays: Turning Point Community Organizations Meeting, 7:30AM, Douglas Fire Station, 1400 10th Street
* 3rd Thursdays: Douglas Community Coalition Meeting, 12:30PM - 2:00PM, Pinal Hispanic Council Wellness Room, 1940 11th Street
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