HOTLINE: Wednesday, Oct. 31

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by Lisa Fuller-Magee

azfamily.com

Posted on October 31, 2012 at 4:30 AM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 31 at 4:18 PM

BOYD SMITH FUND
A fund has been set up for Boyd Smith (set up by his stepdaughter) to raise money to purchase new prosthetic limbs for him as his previous limbs were lost in their house fire.   
http://www.boydsmithfund.com

TRICK-OR-TREAT SAFETY
There are laws that say convicted child sex offenders cannot participate in Halloween activities.
-Sex offenders can't decorate their house and must avoid activities with children.
AZSEXOFFENDER.ORG
Sex Offedner InfoCenter
http://CrimeReports.com

PHOENIX SUNS
The Suns season opener is tonight (wednesday) against Golden State. Tip off is at 7pm.   Pregame events on the plaza. Doors open at 5:30pm.

QUEEN OF CLEAN
For more cleaning tips go to www.queenofclean.com.

REFLEXOLOGY
Appointments from October 31st through November 3rd by call 480-990-8884. Sessions are 30 minutes to one hour. Fees from $45 to $80. Location: Meet volunteers in the community room at The Legend at Kierland 6735 E. Greenway Parkway, Scottsdale for your appointment.100% of their proceeds of these sessions go to the Foundation for Global Harmony ,U.S.A 501 (c)3 and His Holiness Cealo's Journey of Compassion. For more information visit www.cealo.org.
Event Info: Gayuna Cealo, a Buddhist Monk known as the "Dalai Lama" of Japan, will be in Scottsdale gives a public talk, Q&A and meditation on Thursday, November 1st at 7:00pm at Switch Consignment Store, 14202 N Scottsdale Road for an $11.00 suggested donation

TWLIGHT
Maggie Grace and Mia Maestro are both in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn part 2" which will be in theaters Nov. 16.

LITTLE RED WAGON
Zach Bonner  is the real-life inspiration for the movie "Little Red Wagon" which opens this Friday in theaters. Zach will make a special appearance at Arizona State University's Tempe and Downtown campuses to support their Changemaker Central backpack drive. These backpacks will go toward helping homeless youth at the Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development.
Friday, Nov. 2
Arizona State University Tempe campus
Noon til 1 p.m.

Arizona State University Downtown Campus
2 p.m. til 3 p.m.
Memorial Union
changemaker@asu.edu

Details: Zach Bonner, founder of Little Red Wagon Foundation will make a special appearance at Arizona State University campuses to support their Changemaker Central backpack drives. ASU students, faculty, staff and members of the community can drop off their donated backpacks at select Changemaker Central locations. Another great option is to use Maroon and Gold dollars at the Memorial Union Pod Market to buy a backpack and necessities such as a small journal and pen, healthy snack, deodorant and socks. Gently used backpacks may also be donated.
 THE FILM:
Little Red Wagon is based on the inspirational true story of eight-year-old Zach Bonner on his quest to change the world with nothing more than his beat-up red wagon and a blazing spirit of philanthropy. When Zach sets out to help homeless children in America in the wake of Hurricane Charley, by walking from his house in Tampa, Florida to the White House, he must overcome bureaucrats and blisters, and capture the hearts of his fractured family and the entire nation.http://littleredwagonfoundation.com/themovie.html
 ASU CHANGEMAKER CENTRAL:
Changemaker Central at ASU develops and nurtures students by providing the opportunities and resources to inspire, catalyze and sustain student-driven social change. It's a place where students can apply their education, expertise and passion for positive social progress and life-long civic engagement.  Students will tackle local and global challenges through collaboration, innovation and diverse approaches to problem-solving. http://changemaker.asu.edu/index.php

TUMBLEWEED CENTER FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development is a private, nonprofit agency founded in 1972 by Soroptimist International of Phoenix to provide emergency shelter and services for runaway and homeless youth. The mission of Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development is to provide a safe space for collaborating with youth and young adults in our community who are vulnerable or experiencing homelessness. These safe spaces allow access to caring relationships, resources, and programs that offer opportunities for young people to develop their individual potential. www.tumbleweed.org/overview.php

X-RAY CANDY LOCATIONS:
NextCare Urgent Care
While all locations will offer this, there are three Valley locations open through midnight on Halloween (and every night):
Central Phoenix: 1701 E. Thomas (near 16th Street and Thomas)
East Valley: 600 S. Dobson, Chandler (near Dobson and Chandler Boulevard)
West Valley: 9494 W. Northern Ave., Glendale (near Northern and the 101 Loop)

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