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GMAZ Hotline Links Oct. 30th
Field Trip Friday/Jerome
The GMAZ crew travel to Jerome to experience this unique town. Jerome, Arizona is “America’s Most Vertical City” and the “Largest Ghost Town in America. During Halloween people come to Jerome to experience the town’s haunted places, visit art & craft shops and the local restaurants and bars.
If you like to learn more about Jerome visit: http://www.azjerome.com/jerome/
Here are links and information to places GMAZ visit in Jerome.
200 Hill Street (Inside the Grand Hotel)
The Grand Hotel
Audrey Headframe Park
100 Douglas Rd.
Jerome, AZ 86331
Open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Douglas Mansion State Park
200 Main Street
110 Jerome Avenue
Mooey Christmas & Udder Things
111 Jerome Avenue
Jerome Winery is now called: CELLAR 433
403 Clark Street
Western Heritage Furniture (on Main Street)
Altai (All-Tie) Leather Designs
415 Main Street
Made in Jerome Pottery
Jerome Historical Society
Mile High Grill and Inn
309 Main Street
Jerome, AZ 86331
Nellie Bly I-Kaleidoscope Shop-
136 Main Street, 86331
Nellie Bly II-Fine Jewelry
Fine Jewelry and Fine Art Gallery
130 Main St.
Jerome, AZ 86331
The Haunted Hamburger Restaurant Bar & Bakery
410 Clark St.
Jerome, AZ 86331
Best Candies to Give, Tips for Parents and Buy Back Candy Program for Troops
You don't want to be the house that's known for giving out carrot sticks, but you'd also like to hand out sweet treats that's aren't so bad on kids' teeth. That's where Chandler Dentist J. Philipp's suggestions can help:
The Good Candies
-Sugar free lollipops stimulate saliva production, which flushes away bacteria.
-Chocolate melts quickly and it's best to stick to plain.
-Sugar-free gum helps dislodge food particles and stimulates saliva production, which can prevent tooth decay.
The Bad Candies
-Sticky, chewy treats like gummy bears, caramel and taffy stick to your teeth. Generally, the stickier the candy, they worse it is for your teeth.
-Sour candies have high acid levels that break down tooth enamel.
-Hard candies stay in your mouth longer, coating it with sugar.
-Jawbreakers can actually chip your teeth
While getting a bag full of candy is a child's dream, it can be a parent's nightmare. That's why Dr. Philipp offers the following advice:
Set a time to eat candy. Kids need to know that eating sweets isn't a non-stop activity. Moderation is key and when kids know they have a specific 'treat time' they're less likely to think about candy at other times.
Brush and floss after eating sweets and make it fun. Let kids pick out their brushes and pastes just make sure the toothpaste contains fluoride.
Halloween Candy Buy Back Program
Parents can also have kids choose their favorite pieces and donate the rest. On Monday, November 2, Dr. Philipp will continue his Halloween tradition of paying $2 per pound (up to 5 pounds) for candy.
The candy will be shipped to American troops as part of Operation Gratitude. Sending candy to troops provides a 'taste of home' and lets them know that children appreciate their service. Parents can bring their children to Dr.Philipp's office in Chandler located at 3230 S. Gilbert Road, Suite 4 from 9 a.m. to5 p.m. to donate.
For More information visit: www.jphilipp.com to learn more.
Dr.Philipp's office: Chandler location
3230 S. Gilbert Road, Suite 4
Top Brands to Hire Hundreds of Phoenix Youth on Oct. 30th
Are you 16-24? Not in school or working? Looking for a job or an exciting new opportunity to launch your career? 25 leading companies including CVS, Hilton, Nordstrom, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Target and more are bringing a one-of-a-kind job fair to the Phoenix Convention Center on Friday, Oct. 30.
They will collectively hire hundreds of local youth, particularly those looking for a chance at a meaningful first job, for entry-level open positions across Maricopa County. The day-long event will include on-site interviews, career workshops, resume building, financial literacy resources, dress for success workshops, a makeover station, free giveaways and food, inspirational speakers and performances, and more!
Interested candidates can learn more and register at www.100kOpportunities.org/Phoenix
Phoenix Convention Center West Building
100 N 3rd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004,
Councilman Michael Nowakowski Invites Residents to D7 Halloween Bash
Councilman Michael Nowakowski invites residents to a free Halloween Festival and Movie in the Park, Oct. 30 from 5 to 9 p.m. at John R. Davis Elementary School, 6209 S. 15th Ave.
The festival features costume contests, games, music, face painting and pumpkin decorating. The movie screening will feature the PG-rated "Hotel Transylvania" and will start at 7 p.m.
The event is co-sponsored by the office of Councilman Michael Nowakowski and Dignity Health Arizona.
The event is free and attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.