HOTLINE: Thursday, May 20

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by Kelly Deisner

azfamily.com

Posted on May 20, 2010 at 4:30 AM

Updated Thursday, May 20 at 2:35 PM

R/C Helicopter Photography
For more information, visit www.skyview-helicam.net.

Garden Guy -- Planting in the Shade
For more information, visit www.gardenguy.com.

Bob Marley, Tempe Improv
Bob Marley performs at the Tempe Improv this weekend. For tickets go to www.tempeimprov.com or call the comedy hotline at 480-921-9877.

Eco-friendly Cars
For more information on AAA Arizona, including recent auto reviews, visit www.aaa.com. To get an update on daily gas prices and find the cheapest gas stations in your area, click on “aaa news.”

Home Depot -- Window Coverings
You can find Debbie Hernandez at the Home Depot located at Arrowhead, off the Loop 101 and 59th Avenue. For more information, visit www.homedepot.com.

Night for Angels
The 16th Annual Night for Angels is Tuesday, May 25, at Phoenix Theater. Our own Kaley O'Kelley is the emcee. For more information, visit www.HaciendaHealthCare.org.

"Have you seen this child?"
On May 20, 2010, in partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), Outlets at Anthem, located off of Interstate 17 and Anthem Way, will display the photos of more than 100 missing children from the state of Arizona or children believed to have been taken to Arizona. The photos will be displayed from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Outlets at Anthem's high-definition LED sign located along I-17. In addition to scrolling local missing children's images throughout the day, pictures will be available for browsing on www.OutletsAnthem.com. Anyone with information about any of the missing children are asked to contact NCMEC immediately at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).

Name the baby zebras at the Phoenix Zoo - Phoenix Zoo keepers have narrowed the selection down to five sets of names. You can vote for your favorite at phoenixzoo.org. The winning names will be announced on Monday, June 21, 2010.

  • Amira – Swahili for “Princess” and Kirafiki –Swahili for “Friendly”
  • Adia –African for “Being a Gift” and Akua –African for “Born on Wednesday”
  • Shade –African for “Sweetly Singing”  and Kali – African for “Time” or “Black”
  • Himeko – Japanese for “Princess Child” and Akira – Japanese for “Intelligent”
  • Chloe – Greek for “Young Shoot” and Nkiruka – African for “A Good Future”
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Phoenix Pools Open
Find out more information on what City of Phoenix pools are opening this weekend.

 

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