Officer Cabrera Car Wash
Free car wash at Cobblestone Auto Spas for Fallen Officer Cabrera 907 Fund. One hundred percent of proceeds will go to benefit his family. The Valley car wash teams up with Police Officers of Scottsdale Association in raising money for Fallen Salt River Officer Jair Cabrera who was gunned down at Pima and Chaparral during a routine traffic stop on May 24. Anyone who donates to the fund at any Cobblestone location on Monday, June 9, will receive a free $10 car wash or $10 off any of upgraded car wash. Locations below:
Tempe: Baseline Road, at Kyrene
Gilbert: Val Vista, south of the US60
Phoenix/Paradise Valley: Bell Road, east of the 51freeway
Scottsdale: Frank Lloyd Wright & Loop 101
Chandler: Alma School Road & Germann Road
Mesa: Signal Butte Road, south of the US60
Surprise: Bell Road, west of Grand Avenue
North Phoenix (Express Wash only): Greenway, west of the 51freeway
Phoenix (Express Wash only): 7th Street, north of Dunlap
Tempe: Elliot Rd, east off of I-10
Cave Creek: Tatum & Cave Creek Rd
Visit www.Cobblestone.com for more information or location phone numbers.
ASTRA Marketplace and Academy takes over the Phoenix Convention Center on June 8-11. The show will feature the latest and greatest from well-known retailers like Mattel and LEGO as well as up-and-coming brands like HABA USA and KidzzFarm! The Phoenix Convention Center is located at 100 N. 3rd Street.
jobertising.com Job Fair Today
Over 50 Companies Hiring at Greater Phoenix Job Fair Monday, June 9, from 11am - 2pm at the Phoenix Airport Marriott, 1101 N. 44th St. There are over 1,300 jobs up for grabs. Attendance is free for job seekers and job seekers are encouraged to arrive early to beat the crowd. Register for free at www.jobertising.com.
Veterans Crisis Command
The American Legion announced it is sending a team of experts to Phoenix next week to set up a Veterans Crisis Command Center to help veterans and family members affected by the health-care scandal at the city's Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center. The crisis center, located at American Legion Post 1 on 364 N. 7th Ave., will open its doors at noon on June 10. It is the Legion's latest response to a situation at the VA facility that has kept 1,400 veterans waiting for medical appointments, and kept another 1,700 off any type of waiting list. The preventable deaths of patients have been linked to what VA's Office of Inspector General has called a "convoluted" scheduling system.