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by Sophia Patten

azfamily.com

Posted on October 13, 2013 at 10:30 AM

Updated Monday, Oct 14 at 1:38 PM

FantasyFootballStarters.com
P.O. Box 25732
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255
480-668-6014
http://www.fantasyfootballstarters.com/

 

Arizona Disabled Veterans Foundation; Chapter 20 8447 N. 61st Ave, Glendale, AZ 85302; azdav.org.

As many as 300 Arizona attorneys are volunteering their time to provide free legal advice to U.S. Veterans and their spouses. Many of these attorneys will be participating in a legal clinic at DAV Chapter 20 in Glendale, on Saturday, October 19 starting at 9 a.m.

The clinics, which are sponsored by Arizona Disabled Veteran Foundation, will address several of the greatest current legal issues facing veterans. These include basic estate planning, social security, divorce or child custody and adoption.

Those wishing to attend the clinic are asked to sign up ahead of time by contacting Normal Fulton at 303.249.5827 or nsfultoniii@gmail.com.

 

The Welcome to America Project
P.O. Box 21
Scottsdale, Arizona 85252
Phone: (602) 490-0088
Email: info@wtap.org
Website: www.wtap.org

WELCOME TO AMERICA PROJECT INVITES COMMUNITY TO CULTURAL DINNER, FUNDRAISER
No Passport Required: Congolese cultural dinner

Acclaimed Chef Josh Hebert of Posh restaurant in Scottsdale and Welcome to America Project team up once again for a cultural dinner and fundraiser. Chef Herbert will be cooking up a Congolese feast for guests, who will also enjoy a taste of fashion, art and music from Congo. Event speakers include Arizona State University Professor Daniel Rothenberg of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, and Congo refugees sharing their stories.

The dinner will help raise much needed funds for shelter, furnishings and household items WTAP provides refugee families from war-torn countries resettling in Phoenix.

The event will take place from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Oct. 20 at Prince of Peace Church.  Attendance for Children ages 5 and under - Free, ages 6 to 18 - $15, Students - $15, and Adults - $35. Ticket can be purchased online at wtap.org or at the door. To learn more visit www.wtap.org call 602-490-0088.

Cos Bar
Located at Kierland Commons
15044 N.Scottsdale Rd

GEAR UP FOR FOOTBALL SEASON WITH PROOF, AN AMERICAN CANTEEN, AT FOUR SEASONS RESORT SCOTTSDALE AT TROON NORTH
Head to Proof for Food, Football and Fun

Scottsdale, AZ - Sept. 5, 2013 - Gather the family and friends and head to Proof, an American Canteen, for all things football this fall at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North.

"Proof provides the perfect atmosphere for football fans, young and old," says Director of Food and Beverage Bryan Feigenbaum.  "Enjoy a local brew and take in your favorite game!"

Enjoy every second of the game with the NFL Ticket on all of Proof's 11 high-definition televisions.  During each live NFL game, Proof will be honoring happy hour prices on appetizers and with the purchase of any 2-liter beer during the games receive a free bucket of Proof chipotle-caramel popcorn.  In addition, all Arizona beer will be available for $5 during Arizona Cardinals' games.

To add to the fun, Proof is giving out "Game-Day" Bingo cards that can be redeemed for a pitcher of beer.   The rules are simple: each card has different games and menu items listed.  When guests order a menu item or watch a specific game, their server will mark the appropriate square.  Cards can be redeemed for a prize once all of the squares have been marked.

For more information, please call (480) 513-5088 or visit www.proofcanteen.com.

Proof, an American canteen, debuted fall 2012 at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale.  The restaurant presents home-style comfort fare sourced exclusively from the 50 states, and features breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Menu choices include fried green tomatoes, Arizona's own gumbo, and chicken and waffles with bacon and bourbon syrup.  An old fashioned soda fountain serves up nostalgic milkshakes, malts and floats, or guests can order a hand-sliced sandwich or charcuterie board at the counter.  Guests can take in the outdoors from every angle with walls that open to views of Pinnacle Peak and extensive patio dining.  Televisions, games and a bustling bar bring buzzing energy to the restaurant on a nightly basis. 


 

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