NOTICE: If you have any address, email or phone number updates, please contact Jan Pitts at email@example.com or (520) 741-8034
Letter from our President
Welcome Back Pioneers to Fall 2022!
I hope you all had a nice and safe summer. Maybe you were able to get out of town and do some traveling. The Pioneers kept busy during the summer with Hug-A-Bears, School Supply Drive and collecting items for our Soft Goods and Emerge projects. If anyone has items to donate you can contact us and we will arrange to pick them up. We are always looking for new members and new projects so if you have suggestions please reach out to us.
We plan on having our annual picnic at Reid Park on October 19th and our annual raffle/luncheon on November 16th. More info will be coming soon in email and on our website.
I want to thank our members for their continued hard work to keep our club going. Please visit our web site at aztelecompioneers.org for any upcoming events we may have and if you have an idea for a project, please reach out to myself or any of our board members, we would love to help to help them!
Thanks for your continued support!
Jan Pitts firstname.lastname@example.org
President, So AZ Combined Club
p.s. Remember to email me each month with your volunteer hours!
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S.A.C.C. 2022 Board
Pioneers is working on an oral history project, and you may have recently gotten a post card about it. At the same time, the company who is preparing it will be verifying contact information for our Pioneer database. This is a legitimate project which benefits our Pioneer organization, and is a wonderful way to record our history in the voices of real Pioneers talking about Pioneer projects they have been involved in over the years. As a tribute to our 110-year history, please respond with a phone call to them. You will have the opportunity to preorder if you are interested, but there is no obligation to buy.
We are hoping this oral history will be a way to keep track of our stories, and if you have a story to tell, please consider relaying it.
Below is an example of the postcard that was mailed out, and here is a link to a you tube recording so you can hear what the oral history project is all about.
CAN YOU HELP? Any Pioneer out there who might remember building a trail in the Saguaro National Monument- West? We think this happened sometime in the 1980’s or 1990’s. The Park service would like to know who built, funded, or worked on it. Click CONTACT US to tell any part of the story.
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