HOTLINE: Saturday, Nov. 3

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by Yasmeen Hassan

azfamily.com

Posted on November 3, 2012 at 10:05 AM

•  Monti is making 200 mini apple pies for the Phoenix New Times Chow Bella/Roosevelt Row Pie Social today (Saturday)
•  For attendees – bring two pies or $10 for 5 tasting tickets
•  Pie social starts at 2 p.m.
•  Location is Roosevelt and 2nd Street in downtown Phoenix


Tolmachoff Farms, 5726 N. 75th Ave, Glendale, AZ  85303. 623-386-1301 www.tolmachoff-farms.com

Tolmachoff Farms will have produce for the upcoming fall season and it will be ready for Thanksgiving.
We will start selling Christmas Trees on December 1st, we will also have pictures with Santa.


Visit McDonald's facebook page at community.mcdonalds.com/phoenix  for book giveaway and library information locations.
MCDONALD'S TO HOST FAMILY LITERACY DAY NOV. 3,
PHOENIX & NORTHERN ARIZONA RESTAURANTS TO GIVEAWAY
20,000 FREE BOOKS/ICE CREAM CONES TO CHILDREN K-6TH GRADE

50 Arizona Public Libraries Will Provide Reading Program Information at McDonald's Restaurants

McDonald's restaurants throughout greater Phoenix and northern Arizona will host Family Literacy Day on Saturday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m., an unprecedented event that will give away 20,000 books to encourage families to pick up a book and read together! 

Beginning at 1 p.m., the first 100 parents that visit their McDonald's restaurants with their children, grades K-6th, will receive a FREE book and ice cream cone.  A total of 20,000 books will be given away to children at McDonald's restaurants in Maricopa, La Paz, Mohave, Yavapai, Coconino, Gila, Navajo, Apache, Graham, and Pinal counties. The FREE book offer excludes Walmart and mall McDonald's restaurant locations.

In addition, 50 plus Arizona public libraries will provide information on reading programs, books, computers and other resources at McDonald's restaurant locations. Visit McDonald's Facebook page at community.mcdonalds.com/phoenix  for McDonald's locations hosting Arizona public libraries.
"November 1 is National Family Literacy Day, and events are held throughout the month to recognize the important role that family support plays in reading," said Holly Henley, Director of the Arizona Center for the Book at the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State.  "Children who are read to daily from birth will enter school better prepared to learn to read and succeed.  We encourage families to visit their local library and explore the many books, programs, and other literacy resources available for all ages at no cost."

"McDonald's Family Literacy Day is certain to be the largest event of its kind in Arizona and we're excited to provide free books and library resources to thousands of Arizona families," said Travis Heriaud, Phoenix McDonald's owner.  "We believe this community outreach event will encourage families to take home a book and read together."



AAA Travel
www.az.aaa.com/travel
1-877-934-6222



Walkers will follow the "Thin Blue Line" 2.5 miles on Glendale Avenue back to Murphy Park. The walk will end with a short prayer service. Free covered parking is available in the parking garage located at 58th Avenue and Palmaire. This event is made possible by Home Depot, M&J Trophies, Tour West America and Distinctive Roofing.
 
WHAT: 1st Annual Brad Jones Memorial Walk
WHEN: Saturday, November 3, 2012  Registration begins at 7:00 a.m.
WHERE: Registration begins at Murphy Park on 58th Ave/Glendale
COST: $25.00 for adults (Includes complimentary commemorative t-shirt, additional shirts are $15) Children 12 and under are free (Youth shirts available for $10)
WEB SITE: www.100club.org
 

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