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Step Back In Time By Visiting These Local History Museums

Arizona gained its statehood on February 14, 1912. It was the last of the 48 continental states to be admitted into the union. Arizona was originally a part of Mexico, the land was relinquished to the US in 1848 and became … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day, Arizona Style

In the US, the official Mother’s Day holiday came to be in the early 1900’s due to the efforts of one Anna Jarvis- the daughter of Ann Reeves Jarvis who was a community organizer and social activist during the American … Continue reading

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Bashas’ & Food City Customers Invited to Help Arizona Students with CENTennial Penny Drive

Be prepared to search through kitchen drawers and look under couch cushions for pennies, as K-8 students in Arizona start collecting pennies for the statewide CENTennial Penny Drive.

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