3TV Community Letter - February 2013

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 PHOENIX -- 3TV is dedicated to being an influential part of Arizona's Family.

Our community outreach expands past our airwaves and into the lives of our viewers: at their schools, supporting their causes and contributing our support to each and every member of Arizona's Family.

As a station, we invest our time in causes that are close to our heart, and sponsor events and organizations that make an impact in the state.

The motto of "Arizona’s Family" is demonstrated by our talent and their participation in various events, supporting hundreds of organizations that make Arizona a better place.

Together we can make a positive difference and support every member of "Arizona's Family."

On Air Talent Activities

February 13: April Warnecke and Royal Norman were at it again hosting the Junior Forecaster Experience at Arizona Science Center. It was a special day as the forecaster team became complete with 3TV Meteorologist Kim Quintero. Later that night Carey Pena and Dennis Welch of Pol tics Unplugged hosted a dinner celebrating Arizona. The Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association held their Unity Dinner at the Phoenician with 50 legislators and Governor Brewer in attendance.

February 15:  From the Weather Center to the classroom Royal Norman expanded young minds. As the guest lecture of Desert Oasis Elementary School 4th Grade, students were able to get an experts insights of Meteorology. Across the Valley to Scottsdale, Carey hosted an event honoring Arizona Hero's. United Blood Services Valentine's Event and Hero Award Ceremony at Talking Stick Resort spread the good word of community leaders making a difference.

February 22: Fields Moseley went back to his boyhood and worked with the Boys Scouts of America. Friends of Scouting found a friend in Fields and he hosted the annual breakfast in downtown Phoenix.

Station Tours

Our station ambassador, Christina Duggan, leads select members of Arizona’s Family through a one hour educational tour explaining the inner workings of 3TV, CW6 and azfamily.com. Scouts were all over 3TV going behind the scenes and seeing how the news world works! Throughout January two Arizona cub scout troops and one Brownie Troop experienced television broadcasting at 3TV.

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