Monday, June 20

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The Salvation Army Deploys Hydration Stations and Cooling Centers 

The Salvation Army will deploy five Hydration Stations and Cooling Centers Sunday, June 19, in response to the extreme heat warning. Hydration Stations will provide chilled bottled water and safety information to individuals in or potentially in distress due to the heat. Locations designated as a Cooling Centers will also provide refuge from the heat. Hours will vary slightly with all station open between the hours of 9 a.m.  2 p.m. The centers are expected to remain open through Wednesday, June, 22. 

Hydration Stations are located at: 
Street Locations 

  •         SW corner 16th St. and Jefferson (8 a.m.  2 p.m.) 

Cooling Center are located at: 
Street Locations 

  •        2707 E Washington St., Phoenix (8 a.m.  2 p.m.) 

The Salvation Army Corps Locations: 

  •        Phoenix Central Corps: 4343 N. 16th St., Phoenix, (8 a.m.  2 p.m.) 
  •        Chandler Corps: 85 E. Saragosa St., Chandler, (8 a.m.  4:30 p.m.) 
  •        Phoenix Citadel: 632 N. 3rd Ave (8 a.m.  4 p.m.) 

(Previously NW corner of 3rd Ave. and Fillmore) 

The Salvation Army is in need of volunteers at the Hydration Stations and Cooling Stations. Please call Danielle Shankle at 602-267-4117 or visit www.phoenixsa.volunteersfirst.org to volunteer. The Salvation Army will be collecting bottled water (8-16.9 oz.) throughout the summer. Individuals interested in donating can deliver water to 2707 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008 or drop off at any Safeway or Albertson's location. 

For more information on The Salvation Army, please visit www.salvationarmyphoenix.org

Localwork Job Fair

25+ Valley companies hiring!
- Customer Service, Marketing and Sales careers hiring across many different industries, with a lot of career advancement and management opportunities available! Some of the industries represented are as follows: Healthcare, Technology, Transportation, Call Center, Insurance, Restaurant, Retail, and more!
- 500+ jobs for hire!
- Come, meet face-to-face with Recruiters and network your way into a great career!
- More hiring companies than any other, similar job fair in the Valley.
- Easy RSVP process https://www.localwork.com/az/phoenix/job-fairs/june-20-2016
- More organized. We'll get you in and networking with employers more quickly.
- Professional Resume Coaches available to make sure your resume looks awesome.

Featured Companies:

  • Chase
  • Cruise America
  • CustomerLink
  • Nextiva, Inc.
  • Weebly
  • Arizona Federal Credit Union
  • Oscar Insurance
  • Walgreens

Monday, June 20th 2016
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Tempe Center for the Arts
700 W Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe, AZ 85281

For more information visit www.localwork.com

Urgent need for: Water and other heat relief items. "Code Red: Heat Relief

With Valley temperatures expected to hit 120 degrees this week, Phoenix Rescue Mission is gearing up to ensure the Valley's homeless have the essential heat-relief items to get them through the next few days. In addition to hitting the streets in its Hope Coach van to deliver bottles of water and heat-relief items to the homeless this week, the Mission will keep Community Services Center doors to provide covered areas with misters and cold water. To help, people are encouraged to drop off water at the Mission's warehouse, which is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

The public can drop off water from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Mission's warehouse, 1468 N. 26th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85009.

This is a Valley-wide effort, with several municipalities, businesses and churches helping to collect heat relief items. For a complete list of items needed and drop-off locations, visit www.phoenixrescuemission.org

The "Code Red: Summer Heat Relief" campaign runs through August 31, but the extreme temperatures expected this summer elevates the urgency to provide help to homeless men, women and children and elderly shut-ins.

Ice King

Since 1999, Ice King has specialized in ice manufacturing and distribution across Arizona. Delivering a quality product with exceptional service is not only the foundation of our business, but it's also the reason for our continued growth. Our state of the art "no touch process" facility makes Ice King the largest privately-owned ice manufacturer and distributor in Phoenix. At Ice King, we purify our water through reverse osmosis to achieve bottled water quality in every bag of ice. We deliver to retail locations, wholesalers, government entities, food manufacturers, convenience stores, golf courses, restaurants, special events, construction sites, and airports. In a nutshell, if you need ice, we want you to be an Ice King client.

Ice Shots
The Ice Shot is another quality product being manufactured and distributed by Ice King. The Ice Shot is a concept that is currently being sold to bars, restaurants, events, weddings, and home gatherings. The Ice Shot is made with a highly pure quality water under exceptionally cold temperature. We provide a freezer display unit when customers meet our minimum order. Packaged in cases of 35 glasses.

Snow
Create a winter wonderland any time of year in your backyard, the park, or anywhere you'd like to "let it snow".

5925 W. Van Buren St
Phoenix, AZ 85043
480. ICE.KING (423-5464)
www.icekingaz.com

Belongings Thrift Shop at UMOM New Day Centers/water station

UMOM is considered a hydration station. At the front desk we have water bottles available for any homeless individual who is needing to stay cool. Also, we take into consideration that many of the families here in our shelter programs are traveling by foot and/or bus so we hand out water bottles to them as they leave the shelter to run errands. 

New Thrift Shop Helping to End Homelessness
The thrift shop will feature home décor, antiques, furniture, and artwork. Proceeds from the shop will fund UMOM's programs and services to help families in our community who are experiencing homelessness.
Acknowledging Executive Council Charities for their partnership on this project. They awarded UMOM with this capital project to remodel the space and helped make this all possible.

UMOM New Day Centers prevents and ends homelessness with innovative strategies and housing solutions that meet the unique needs of each family and individual.

Executive Council Charities (ECC) is a 501c3 Arizona nonprofit corporation whose mission is to provide grants to programs and charity organizations focused on helping youth in Arizona overcome adversity and reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.  For more information, please visit www.eccharities.org.

3307 E. Van Buren Street 
Major cross streets: 32nd & Van Buren 
Phone: 602-753-3440 
Website: www.belongingsthrift.org 

Redline

If your kids are serious about sports, basketball, football, baseball, this is the place to train! Redline's main niche is youth sports. They offer summer fitness and training camps for kids and they train college students...it's all about the youth athlete! Summer is their busiest time of year because kids are off on break, and this is the perfect time to train like a beast before your sport is back on-season.
  
At Redline Athletics, you'll be training like a Pro because you will be training with the pros! Excelling in sports is all about passion and nowhere will you find people more passionate about sports than at Redline Athletics. Our revolutionary concept in sport-specific training where our custom-designed training model enables athletes to further develop skills in their chosen sport. 

Sports that range from baseball to basketball to football and beyond. No matter the sport we can get you to the next level. Every athlete will thrive under the guided instruction of our professional trainers, who all played at the collegiate or professional levels. Redline Athletics is the premiere athletic training to compliment club teams, town recreational leagues and high school programs with customized workouts at the fraction of the cost of personal training. Our pro athletes and trainers excel at training and just as importantly mentor the athletes and teaching character through athletics. 

For more information visit: http://redlineathletics.com/

15001 N. Hayden Rd.
Scottsdale AZ 85260
480-400-1838
Hayden & Raintree (right off 101)

Measles

The measles outbreak in Arizona reaching a more critical mass as information is released by the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Hundreds of Arizona elementary schools are currently at risk of a measles outbreak. According to AzDHS, a large number of schools did not require parents to turn in signed waivers when enrolling unvaccinated children. 

Schools with unsafe measles-vaccination rates should be enforcing a state immunization law. However, it has been reported that not all schools are complying.

Bayless Pediatrics
926 E. McDowell Rd., Ste. 105
Phoenix, AZ 85006
602-427-2291
www.Baylesspediatrics.com

The Frutkin Law Firm
15205 N. Kierland Blvd., #200
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
602-606-9300
www.frutkinlaw.com

Queen of Clean

Linda Cobb the Queen of clean teaches us the amazing things products were intend for and their uses.

BORAX: This is a mineral that is mined, commonly called Boron.  Initially used in the soldering of metal.  Now used as a laundry booster, stain remover and bleaching agent for colored clothes.

WASHING SODA:  This product is very alkaline and originally was used in the manufacturing of glass.  It was found to soften water and is used for that and stain removal today.  It should not be confused with Baking Soda.  Washing Soda is not safe around food, has a different makeup.  

PLAY DOH:  Invented in the 1930's to clean wallpaper.  Originally wall paper was made of just plain paper and could not be washed.  When washable wallpaper came along, the salty clay was no longer needed.  20 years later the detergent was removed from it and it was repurposed as Play-Doh.  Never try to clean anything with Play-Doh.  

LYSOL:  This one is unbelievable!  It was originally invented as a female hygiene product and as birth control from 1930-1960.  The AMA finally got the damaging product off the market.   In 1967 the Lysol was repurposed as a cleaning disinfecting solution.  It still carries the warning, hazardous to humans and avoid contact with skin and suggests the use of rubber gloves!

LISTERINE™:  This was originally used in surgery as an antiseptic.  It was also used for sweaty feet, a cure for the common cold and for dandruff.  It was also marketed as a floor cleaner. In the 1920's it finally became a mouthwash and as a rinse for bad breath.  It does make a great wipe for phone mouthpieces, computer keyboards and handles to kill germs. 

WD-40™:  This was used to lubricate missiles and not available to the public.  It was invented by a company called Rocket Chemical.  It did such a great job as a lubricating oil and protectant that it is currently in about 80% of USA households.  We currently use it for sticky label removal, regenerating grease on clothes, and about 1000 other uses.

ALUMINUM FOIL:  Originally invented and used to mark racing pigeons.  It took two decades before people figured out it was a great wrap and cover for food.  Now it is great to polish chrome and clean real silver and dirty grill racks.

BUBBLE WRAP:  This was actually meant to be a hip wallpaper.  Obviously it did not get far.  Then it was used for greenhouse insulation.  It failed again. Thanks to IBM it had a huge future as packing material.

FRISBEES:  The Frisbee Pie Company used these plastic discs as containers for their pies and cookies.  Students from Yale starting throwing them around and the Frisbee was born!

COKE:  Invented by a doctor who was addicted to morphine from war injuries.  He got over the morphine addiction, but then was using the COKE, which contained cocoa leaves and were used in making cocaine!  It would turn into a soft drink in 1903 when the Cocaine was removed from the drink and it was sweetened to be a soft drink. 

For more information visit Linda's website and Facebook page.
www.Queenofclean.com
https://www.facebook.com/Queen-of-Clean-Linda-Cobb-412666695292

Hard Rootbeer Floats/Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery

Kids can satisfy their sweet tooth at Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery with $3 root beer floats until August 31st. Two Brothers uses house-made Cinnamon Root Beer and vanilla bean ice cream in their floats. Adults who want to add a little kick to this childhood specialty can indulge in Two Brothers' beer floats concocted with their Peppermint Bark Porter or Straight Shootin Dry Stout, also available all summer for $6.  

Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery
www.twobrothersbrewing.com/scottsdale
4321 N. Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
480-378-3001

Gadzooks Enchiladas & Soup

One of the unique things about Gadzooks is the variety of fillings options that literally mean there is something for everyone - from Green Chile Pork Shoulder to Modelo Braised Bison to Sweet and Spicy Cornbread, tacos, enchiladas, salads or nachos can be topped with some of the most unique fillings around. And all of his tortillas, whether hand pressed in house corn or scratch-made half n' half corn flour, along with the hand-smashed guacamole, are all made at the restaurant daily. His Brown Sugar Glazed Pumpkin cookies are a huge hit with diners and his mom Linda actually makes those for the restaurant! Aaron created the concept for build-your-own enchiladas as a student at ASU's business school and came up with all of Gadzooks recipes through trial and error in his parent's home kitchen without any professional culinary training.

The recipe for the Potato Hash Enchiladas includes:
1.    1lb potatoes 
2.    2oz Serrano
3.    1oz white onion
4.    1oz garlic
5.    salt and pepper to taste 
6.    Sauté potatoes in olive oil at medium-high heat for 10 minutes. Potatoes will get golden in color. 
7.    Turn potatoes on uncooked side, add Serrano, onion, garlic, salt, pepper. 
8.    Cook for 10 minutes, place lid on pot to let steam. 
9.    Don't touch the potatoes.

3313 N. 7th Street in Phoenix
602-279-5080
www.gadzooksaz.com 
Restaurant hours are 11 am- 10 pm on Monday - Saturday and 11 am - 8 pm on Sunday