The Arizona Chapter received a grant for $300 for the Hope Womens Center in Coolidge AZ . They requested that we use the money for women’s underwear and we were able to provide 150 pairs for them to give to the ladies at the center
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Like many of you, we are concerned about the occurrence of the COVID-19 (Novel coronavirus). We continue to closely monitor recommendations and protocols established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and how the spread of this virus might impact the volunteer activities we engage in in our communities.
Many of our activities involve working with at-risk populations such as the elderly or those with pre-existing conditions. It is very important that you exercise strict adherence to the preventative actions recommended by the WHO and CDC when working with these populations. Avoiding large gatherings of people is one of the recommendations for preventing the spread of the virus. This may mean postponing volunteer events in your communities. We encourage you to err on the side of caution when determining whether to hold or attend events.
Please be safe and keep others safe.
Yours in Pioneering,
P.S. This link has more information from the CDC on basic protective measures. Click Here
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January 2020 – Chapter 66 Meeting and Project for Hope Women’s Center in Coolidge, AZ.
Board Members of Chapter 66 and all 3 clubs (Thunderbird, SACC, and New Mexico) did a face to face meeting in January to plan for the year ahead. This yearly in person meeting was held at the Holiday Inn in Casa Grande, AZ and we combined resources for a project that benefited the Hope Women’s Center in Coolidge, AZ. We filled 50 bags with items such as deodorant, shampoo, socks, wipes, toothbrushes and toothpaste as well as a lovely hand made crochet hat courtesy of Nancy Kennon. Our guest speaker was from the Hope Women’s Center and we hope to partner with them again in the future. Thank you to our members: Barbara Palmer, Louise Rebholz, Ellen Miller, Patti Pace, Sherry Daughtry, Mike Krell, Caron Personke, Jan Pitts, Gary Blair, Anna Patton, Mo Ryan, Laura Warren, Teresa Blair, and Kathy Kisro.
We are now enrolled into the Fry’s Community Rewards Program.
Support our AZ chapter when you shop at Frys!
All you have to do is shop,we benefit.
This is how you enroll in the Fry’s Community Rewards program:
1. * Go to https://www.frysfood.com/topic/community/#/new-community-rewards-program
2. * Click on ‘Sign-In’.
3. Enter your email and password, click on ‘sign in’.
4. Click on your name (top right hand corner), under ‘Account Summary’ scroll down to “Community Rewards”.
5. Click on ‘Edit’ under Community Rewards.
6. Under Find Your Organization: Enter the number SH877 or search for Telecom Pioneers Inc.
7. Under ‘Select Your Organization’, click on the circle next to your organization.
8. Click on ‘Enroll’
If you have re-enrolled correctly, you should see a green box with ‘Your enrollment in the Community Rewards Program has been updated. Thank you for participating!