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Substitute Teachers

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Running River School, an independent Waldorf-inspired school, is looking to build a stronger Substitute Teacher list.

If there are any retired teachers, or teachers who are currently substituting, who would like to occasionally step into a holistic educational environment we would love to hear from you. We are specifically looking for warm, nurturing, fun and adaptable individuals. Waldorf experience is highly desired, but since it is hard to come by in our area, we are fully open to experience in other educational settings.

Thank you for your interest! I can be reached at 928-301-3232 (please leave a message if needed)

Date Submitted: 09-12-2018

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Running River School
928-301-3232

Help create a book of Sedona pioneer stories

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Looking for a way to bring your love of history, Sedona and writing together? The Sedona Heritage Museum currently has need for someone just like you to help gather and compile pioneer stories from the Sedona area that will be assembled into a local book of Sedona pioneer stories. Tasks will include interviewing family members and getting final approvals for the stories that are used, some typing and other miscellaneous tasks to help get the manuscript ready for the printer. This is a great way to explore our local area's historical tales. Please contact Janeen Trevillyan at the museum at (928)282-7038 if you are interested in helping with this project.

Date Submitted: 08-28-2018

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Volunteers to re-type and help digitize out-of-print Sedona books

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Want to help preserve some of Sedona's classic stories for the next generation? The Sedona Heritage Museum is seeking 1-2 volunteers to re-type a few short books by Sedona author Kate Ruland-Thorne who has generously transferred the copyrights to some of her out-of-print, Sedona based titles to the museum for republishing. Her titles include "The Legacy of Sedona Schnebly," "Upon This Rock: Marguerite Brunswig Staude and her Sedona Chapel," "Experience Sedona: Legends and Legacies," "The Yavapai People of the Red Rocks: People of the Sun," and "Gold, Greed and Glory: The Territorial History of Prescott and the Verde Valley. If you'd like to help digitize these classic Sedona works, please contact Janeen Trevillyan at (928) 282-7038 for details.

Date Submitted: 08-12-2018

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Homeless in Sedona~A Community Meeting/ Sock Donation Collection 7/19 7PM

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We are in need of Sedona community members to attend our Homeless in Sedona Community Meeting on July 19th at 7PM at the Sedona Public Library. Socks are the #1 most needed item in helping the homeless community, we will have a collection barrel for donations at the meeting. Community members attending the meeting, or those just wanting to help, are encouraged to bring packages of new white socks and help fill the barrel!!! Please join us for a presentation and discussion about the many layers of homelessness in our community. Our community is known for our compassion and generosity...please attend with your ideas, questions and concerns.(and socks!) Working together, We CAN be the Change...and create a compassionate and positive environment to assist the homeless members of our community. Thank you for all you do to make Sedona the beautiful community it is...and we look forward to seeing you there!

Date Submitted: 07-18-2018

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Sedona Area Homeless Alliance
(928) 978-9387

Part-time Job Opportunity -- Teaching Artist

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THREE NEW TEACHING ARTISTS NEEDED! Dance/Movement, Writer/Poet, Sculptor/Still Life

View and Download Job Description and Application: http://gardensforhumanity.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Art-in-Earth-job-description.pdf

Gardens for Humanity offers an art enrichment program we call “Celebrating the Art in Earth” to schools in Sedona and the Verde Valley. This program provides much needed art and environmental education. Learn more about this program: http://gardensforhumanity.org/celebrating-the-art-in-earth/

Our team of professional artist/educators utilizes mixed media, creative writing, ceramics, singing, drama, collage, dance and painting which they relate to gardening, language arts, botany, and Earth science.

Date Submitted: 07-16-2018

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Gardens for Humanity
928 284-9055

Homeless in Sedona~ A Community Meeting/Sock Donation Collection~July 19th 7PM

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We are in need of Sedona community members to attend our Homeless in Sedona Community Meeting on July 19th at 7PM at the Sedona Public Library. Socks are the #1 most needed item in helping the homeless community, we will have a collection barrel for donations at the meeting. Community members attending the meeting, or those just wanting to help, are encouraged to bring packages of new white socks and help fill the barrel!!! Please join us for a presentation and discussion about the many layers of homelessness in our community. Our community is known for our compassion and generosity...please attend with your ideas, questions and concerns.(and socks!) Working together, We CAN be the Change...and create a compassionate and positive environment to assist the homeless members of our community. Thank you for all you do to make Sedona the beautiful community it is...and we look forward to seeing you there!

Date Submitted: 07-18-2018

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Sedona Area Homeless Alliance
(928) 978-9387

Videographer for "Living History"

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Love making videos and looking for a cool place for summer? Come enjoy the A/C in the historic rock house of the Sedona Heritage Museum, make cool new friends and help document the museum's Living History program. This volunteer would be available 6-8 times/year to tape some of the Museum's "Living History" speakers between October and May. Time involved would be set-up, program taping (about 1-hour) and then burning 2 copies to DVD. Are you an amateur videographer who would like to do this? Please contact the volunteer coordinator at the museum at (928)282-7038 or volunteercoordinator@sedonamuseum.org.

Date Submitted: 07-11-2018

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Homeless in Sedona~A Community Meeting/Sock Donation Collection~July 19th 7PM

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We are in need of Sedona community members to attend our Homeless in Sedona Community Meeting on July 19th at 7PM at the Sedona Public Library. Socks are the #1 most needed item in helping the homeless, we will have a collection barrel for donations at the meeting. Community members attending the meeting, or those just wanting to help, are encouraged to bring packages of new white socks and help fill the barrel!!! Please join us for a presentation and discussion about the many layers of homelessness in our community. Our community is known for our compassion and generosity...please attend with your ideas, questions and concerns.(and socks!) Working together, We CAN be the Change...and create a compassionate and positive environment to assist the homeless members of our community. Thank you for all you do to make Sedona the beautiful community it is...and we look forward to seeing you there!

Date Submitted: 07-11-2018

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Sedona Area Homeless Alliance
(928) 978-9387

Home printer repair

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Sedona Area Homeless Alliance is looking for someone to repair our Printer. It is a Lexmark home printer.
If you can help us out please contact Laurie at
(928) 978-9387 or sedonahomeless@gmail.com
Thank you!

Date Submitted: 07-04-2018

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Sedona Area Homeless Alliance
(928) 978-9387

Project Volunteer

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Project Volunteer Needed—Do you have a passion for pets and a propensity for selling? Our Sedona Community Center Meals on Wheels Pet Project is in need of a key person to oversee the pricing and selling of a variety of used furniture and office items to raise funds to keep the program going. The Pet Project provides pet food for the Center’s Meals on Wheels clients who are unable to provide it themselves. This vital link ensures that the precious pets can stay in their home, providing comfort and companionship to their homebound owners. Please call Brenda R. at 928.282.2834 for more information.

Date Submitted: 05-16-2018

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Sedona Community Center
(928) 282-2834

Full Time Veterinarian Needed

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LOOKING FOR VETERINARIANS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE IN NORTHERN ARIZONA (VERDE VALLEY)

Giving of ourselves: our time, love and compassion to the animals in need is what is most important to us at Red Rose Inspiration For Animals as we have been providing free services to felines and canines in this community for over 7 years now. However, we wonder what will happen to the animals if we are not able to continue providing services?

We have been instrumental in the Verde Valley. Focused heavily in Camp Verde, Rimrock, Cottonwood and Cornville.

We are unique as 501c3 in animal welfare as we don’t have a facility and our focus is not taking in animals and adopting them out. Although we have done it in the past and on occasion we will still do it but our specialty is providing services in animal welfare.

With all the animal organizations in the Verde Valley we try to be particular and service the community in which we live on a different level as it wouldn’t do the animals any good if we all did the same thing. Fortunately, the one common goal we all have is to spay and neuter and make a difference in the over pet population as that is the most important goal for all of us universally. That is what we at Red Rose believe makes the biggest impact within our community.

TNR (Trap Neuter Return for Feral Cats) is a service we have been providing regularly since 2012. We have compassionate, experienced volunteers who set the traps and transport these kittens/cats to the vet and then return and release them back to their environment. Young kittens caught early enough are vaccinated, treated medically, altered and adopted out an experience that is life changing obviously for the better.

At Red Rose we assist homeless animals with emergency medical care. All animals including feral cats involved with Red Rose are treated for any medical conditions before being released. When pet owners on a
fixed income find themselves experiencing an emergency situation with their companion animal they are not always prepared to even cover the cost of an exam let alone medication and testing. With our help many pet owners have mentioned “they were able to keep their pet instead of having to give them up due to the cost and treatment.”

Red Rose has assisted hundreds of pet owners (especially seniors) in dire need so that they don’t further delay the animal having to suffer due to financial challenges.

We also assist with free spay and neuter services of felines and canines. Not only assisting pet owners who can’t afford the low cost spay neuter clinics in our community but also homeless animals that are either trapped or found as strays by kind compassionate people that are struggling financially and can’t take on the necessary veterinarian cost. Before moving any animal into the next phase we always encourage individuals to spay and neuter and offer financial assistance when they are in need. Spaying and neutering litters of kittens and puppies and the adult dogs that contributed to their existence whenever possible.

Now Red Rose has reached an obstacle in animal welfare as we currently have limited veterinarian partners at this time. We cannot possibly continue the work we do without additional veterinarians.

We need more veterinarians willing to provide rescue pricing as we have pet owners wanting and desperately needing the services for their pets, not to mention the homeless animals. Our long term, dedicated, compassionate veterinarian partner since 2012 in Camp Verde is not able to continue assisting many in animal welfare at this particular time being a sole practitioner, without an additional vet.

The unfortunate part is many of the veterinarians in the Verde Valley are not willing to provide discounted services and that is a real obstacle for us because pet owners that are financially challenged needing emergency services have practically nowhere to turn if we don't have veterinarians willing to assist us. Many of the people we often assist don’t have credit cards and many try to apply for Care Credit at the veterinarian’s office only to be denied. Then what? Their animal is not serviced and is left to suffer. This has and continues to happen quite often.

Another problem is many veterinarians will not provide services to feral felines so they will not assist us with our TNR program either. We have had to cut back drastically in the last 12 months on the services because of this situation. You are probably wondering have we reached out to all the additional veterinarians in the area……the answer is yes and multiple times, with no luck. Thankfully the Village Vet Clinic in the Village of Oak Creek has been helping us out temporarily and with emergencies. Along with Canyon Pet Hospital in Flagstaff and Danza Del Sol has graciously agreed to assist but services are limited.

Animals left to continue to reproduce often wind up abused, injured, or neglected as shelters across the country are filled with animals that are euthanized daily due to over pet population as we simply can’t adopt our way out of this problem.

In search of a full time veterinarian the last few months and only being given the opportunity to work with current veterinarians on a temporary and limited basis our organization still managed to make a huge difference. In January, February, March 2018 we spayed 25, neutered 22 and emergency medical 5 for a total of $3,095.74

We cannot predict when things will change. We are hoping to open a clinic of our own and need additional support. Perhaps we will be fortunate to find a generous, retired, veterinarian willing to volunteer their time to helping our mission or funding for a veterinarian full time salary..
Anyone looking to assist us in opening a clinic of our own we would love to hear from you.

Date Submitted: 05-01-2018

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Red Rose Inspiration for Animals, Inc.
928-282-5278

Videographer for "Living History" Speakers

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Love making videos and looking for a cool place for summer? Come enjoy the A/C in the historic rock house of the Sedona Heritage Museum, make cool new friends and help document the museum's Living History program. This volunteer would be available 6-8 times/year to tape some of the Museum's "Living History" speakers between October and May. Time involved would be set-up, program taping (about 1-hour) and then burning 2 copies to DVD. Are you an amateur videographer who would like to do this? Please contact the volunteer coordinator at the museum at (928)282-7038 or volunteercoordinator@sedonamuseum.org.

Date Submitted: 04-11-2018

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Veterinarians for Animal Welfare

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LOOKING FOR VETERINARIANS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE IN NORTHERN ARIZONA (VERDE VALLEY)

Giving of ourselves: our time, love and compassion to the animals in need is what is most important to us at Red Rose Inspiration For Animals as we have been providing free services to felines and canines in this community for over 7 years now. However, we wonder what will happen to the animals if we are not able to continue providing services?

We have been instrumental in the Verde Valley. Focused heavily in Camp Verde, Rimrock, Cottonwood and Cornville.

We are unique as 501c3 in animal welfare as we don’t have a facility and our focus is not taking in animals and adopting them out. Although we have done it in the past and on occasion we will still do it but our specialty is providing services in animal welfare.

With all the animal organizations in the Verde Valley we try to be particular and service the community in which we live on a different level as it wouldn’t do the animals any good if we all did the same thing. Fortunately, the one common goal we all have is to spay and neuter and make a difference in the over pet population as that is the most important goal for all of us universally. That is what we at Red Rose believe makes the biggest impact within our community.

TNR (Trap Neuter Return for Feral Cats) is a service we have been providing regularly since 2012. We have compassionate, experienced volunteers who set the traps and transport these kittens/cats to the vet and then return and release them back to their environment. Young kittens caught early enough are vaccinated, treated medically, altered and adopted out an experience that is life changing obviously for the better.

At Red Rose we assist homeless animals with emergency medical care. All animals including feral cats involved with Red Rose are treated for any medical conditions before being released. When pet owners on a
fixed income find themselves experiencing an emergency situation with their companion animal they are not always prepared to even cover the cost of an exam let alone medication and testing. With our help many pet owners have mentioned “they were able to keep their pet instead of having to give them up due to the cost and treatment.”

Red Rose has assisted hundreds of pet owners (especially seniors) in dire need so that they don’t further delay the animal having to suffer due to financial challenges.

We also assist with free spay and neuter services of felines and canines. Not only assisting pet owners who can’t afford the low cost spay neuter clinics in our community but also homeless animals that are either trapped or found as strays by kind compassionate people that are struggling financially and can’t take on the necessary veterinarian cost. Before moving any animal into the next phase we always encourage individuals to spay and neuter and offer financial assistance when they are in need. Spaying and neutering litters of kittens and puppies and the adult dogs that contributed to their existence whenever possible.

Now Red Rose has reached an obstacle in animal welfare as we currently do not have working veterinarian partners at this time. We cannot possibly continue the work we do without a veterinarian.

We need more veterinarians willing to provide rescue pricing as we have pet owners wanting and desperately needing the services for their pets, not to mention the homeless animals. Our long term, dedicated, compassionate veterinarian partner since 2012 in Camp Verde is not able to continue assisting many in animal welfare at this particular time being a sole practitioner, without an additional vet.

The unfortunate part is many of the veterinarians in the Verde Valley are not willing to provide discounted services and that is a real obstacle for us because pet owners that are financially challenged needing emergency services have practically nowhere to turn if we don't have veterinarians willing to assist us. Many of the people we often assist don’t have credit cards and many try to apply for Care Credit at the veterinarian’s office only to be denied. Then what? Their animal is not serviced and is left to suffer. This has and continues to happen quite often.

Another problem is many veterinarians will not provide services to feral felines so they will not assist us with our TNR program either. We have had to cut back drastically in the last 12 months on the services because of this situation. You are probably wondering have we reached out to all the additional veterinarians in the area……the answer is yes and multiple times, with no luck. Thankfully the Village Vet Clinic in the Village of Oak Creek has been helping us out temporarily and with emergencies.

Animals left to continue to reproduce often wind up abused, injured, or neglected as shelters across the country are filled with animals that are euthanized daily due to over pet population as we simply can’t adopt our way out of this problem.

In August and September 2017 we spent over $5,036.00 and assisted 52 cats, 20 dogs and 1 rabbit. Just recently in October, November and December we spent $3,716.17 and spayed 25 females, neutered 22 males and assisted 8 pet owners with emergency medical services through our compassionate veterinary partners. In the last two weeks no services are being provided because we do not have a veterinarian partner.

We cannot predict when things will change. Who knows what the future holds in 2018? Perhaps we will be fortunate to find a generous, retired, veterinarian willing to volunteer their time to helping our mission or we will be fortunate to open a clinic in the future. We encourage our supporters to help us find a veterinarian either a volunteer or a new professional to the area or one that is contracted.

When you support Red Rose 100% of the proceeds from our fundraising efforts from the Red Rose Thriftique and our Red Rose Art Shows go to the overall mission of Red Rose Inspiration For Animals. 100% of a monetary donor’s donation goes directly to assisting the animals. No administrative cost or salaries as we are a small, volunteer based organization making a huge difference in the lives of animals throughout the Verde Valley.

On our 990 for the year 2016 we had a 99.98 percent rating for public support which we are quite proud of, as with us it’s all about servicing the animals. We are asking for anyone passionate about our mission to help us continue the work we do. We are most grateful for all we have accomplished through the years and continue to accomplish. Thank you for sharing and supporting us.
Contact: Red Rose Inspiration For Animals at P.O Box 74, Sedona AZ 86339 email: info@redroseinspiration.org or visit the website www.redroseinspiration.org

Date Submitted: 04-25-2018

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Red Rose Inspiration for Animals, Inc.
928-282-5278

Volunteer Graphic Designer Needed/Canned Dog Food/Collars & Leashes

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The Humane Society of Sedona is in need of a Volunteer with Graphic Design experience to create car wraps, flyers, ads etc. Must have your own graphic software and computer. We are also still in need canned/wet dog food, dog leashes and collars any size. Please check out our Amazon Smile Wish List for Humane Society of Sedona to order online. Questions? 928-282-4679.

Date Submitted: 03-28-2018

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Humane Society of Sedona
928-282-4679

Looking for Veterianarians

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LOOKING FOR VETERINARIANS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE IN NORTHERN ARIZONA (VERDE VALLEY)

Giving of ourselves: our time, love and compassion to the animals in need is what is most important to us at Red Rose Inspiration For Animals as we have been providing free services to felines and canines in this community for over 7 years now. However, we wonder what will happen to the animals if we are not able to continue providing services?

We have been instrumental in the Verde Valley. Focused heavily in Camp Verde, Rimrock, Cottonwood and Cornville.

We are unique as 501c3 in animal welfare as we don’t have a facility and our focus is not taking in animals and adopting them out. Although we have done it in the past and on occasion we will still do it but our specialty is providing services in animal welfare.

With all the animal organizations in the Verde Valley we try to be particular and service the community in which we live on a different level as it wouldn’t do the animals any good if we all did the same thing. Fortunately, the one common goal we all have is to spay and neuter and make a difference in the over pet population as that is the most important goal for all of us universally. That is what we at Red Rose believe makes the biggest impact within our community.

TNR (Trap Neuter Return for Feral Cats) is a service we have been providing regularly since 2012. We have compassionate, experienced volunteers who set the traps and transport these kittens/cats to the vet and then return and release them back to their environment. Young kittens caught early enough are vaccinated, treated medically, altered and adopted out an experience that is life changing obviously for the better.

At Red Rose we assist homeless animals with emergency medical care. All animals including feral cats involved with Red Rose are treated for any medical conditions before being released. When pet owners on a
fixed income find themselves experiencing an emergency situation with their companion animal they are not always prepared to even cover the cost of an exam let alone medication and testing. With our help many pet owners have mentioned “they were able to keep their pet instead of having to give them up due to the cost and treatment.”

Red Rose has assisted hundreds of pet owners (especially seniors) in dire need so that they don’t further delay the animal having to suffer due to financial challenges.

We also assist with free spay and neuter services of felines and canines. Not only assisting pet owners who can’t afford the low cost spay neuter clinics in our community but also homeless animals that are either trapped or found as strays by kind compassionate people that are struggling financially and can’t take on the necessary veterinarian cost. Before moving any animal into the next phase we always encourage individuals to spay and neuter and offer financial assistance when they are in need. Spaying and neutering litters of kittens and puppies and the adult dogs that contributed to their existence whenever possible.

Now Red Rose has reached an obstacle in animal welfare as we currently do not have working veterinarian partners at this time. We cannot possibly continue the work we do without a veterinarian.

We need more veterinarians willing to provide rescue pricing as we have pet owners wanting and desperately needing the services for their pets, not to mention the homeless animals. Our long term, dedicated, compassionate veterinarian partner since 2012 in Camp Verde is not able to continue assisting many in animal welfare at this particular time being a sole practitioner, without an additional vet.

The unfortunate part is many of the veterinarians in the Verde Valley are not willing to provide discounted services and that is a real obstacle for us because pet owners that are financially challenged needing emergency services have practically nowhere to turn if we don't have veterinarians willing to assist us. Many of the people we often assist don’t have credit cards and many try to apply for Care Credit at the veterinarian’s office only to be denied. Then what? Their animal is not serviced and is left to suffer. This has and continues to happen quite often.

Another problem is many veterinarians will not provide services to feral felines so they will not assist us with our TNR program either. We have had to cut back drastically in the last 12 months on the services because of this situation. You are probably wondering have we reached out to all the additional veterinarians in the area……the answer is yes and multiple times, with no luck. Thankfully the Village Vet Clinic in the Village of Oak Creek has been helping us out temporarily and with emergencies.

Animals left to continue to reproduce often wind up abused, injured, or neglected as shelters across the country are filled with animals that are euthanized daily due to over pet population as we simply can’t adopt our way out of this problem.

In August and September 2017 we spent over $5,036.00 and assisted 52 cats, 20 dogs and 1 rabbit. Just recently in October, November and December we spent $3,716.17 and spayed 25 females, neutered 22 males and assisted 8 pet owners with emergency medical services through our compassionate veterinary partners. In the last two weeks no services are being provided because we do not have a veterinarian partner.

We cannot predict when things will change. Who knows what the future holds in 2018? Perhaps we will be fortunate to find a generous, retired, veterinarian willing to volunteer their time to helping our mission or we will be fortunate to open a clinic in the future. We encourage our supporters to help us find a veterinarian either a volunteer or a new professional to the area or one that is contracted.

When you support Red Rose 100% of the proceeds from our fundraising efforts from the Red Rose Thriftique and our Red Rose Art Shows go to the overall mission of Red Rose Inspiration For Animals. 100% of a monetary donor’s donation goes directly to assisting the animals. No administrative cost or salaries as we are a small, volunteer based organization making a huge difference in the lives of animals throughout the Verde Valley.

On our 990 for the year 2016 we had a 99.98 percent rating for public support which we are quite proud of, as with us it’s all about servicing the animals. We are asking for anyone passionate about our mission to help us continue the work we do. We are most grateful for all we have accomplished through the years and continue to accomplish. Thank you for sharing and supporting us.
Contact: Red Rose Inspiration For Animals at P.O Box 74, Sedona AZ 86339 email: info@redroseinspiration.org or visit the website www.redroseinspiration.org

Date Submitted: 03-27-2018

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Contact

Red Rose Inspiration for Animals, Inc.
928-282-5278

Volunteer Graphic Designer Needed

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The Humane Society of Sedona is in need of a Volunteer with Graphic Design experience to create car wraps, flyers, ads etc. Must have your own graphic software and computer. We are also still in desperate need for canned adult dog food. Please check out our Amazon Smile Wish List for Humane Society of Sedona to order online. Questions? 928-282-4679.

Date Submitted: 03-14-2018

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Humane Society of Sedona
928-282-4679

LOOKING FOR VETERINARIANS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE IN NORTHERN ARIZONA (VERDE VALLEY)

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LOOKING FOR VETERINARIANS FOR ANIMAL WELFARE IN NORTHERN ARIZONA (VERDE VALLEY)

Giving of ourselves: our time, love and compassion to the animals in need is what is most important to us at Red Rose Inspiration For Animals as we have been providing free services to felines and canines in this community for over 7 years now. However, we wonder what will happen to the animals if we are not able to continue providing services?
We have been instrumental in the Verde Valley. Focused heavily in Camp Verde, Rimrock, Cottonwood and Cornville.

We are unique as 501c3 in animal welfare as we don’t have a facility and our focus is not taking in animals and adopting them out. Although we have done it in the past and on occasion we will still do it but our specialty is providing services in animal welfare.

With all the animal organizations in the Verde Valley we try to be particular and service the community in which we live on a different level as it wouldn’t do the animals any good if we all did the same thing. Fortunately, the one common goal we all have is to spay and neuter and make a difference in the over pet population as that is the most important goal for all of us universally. That is what we at Red Rose believe makes the biggest impact within our community.

TNR (Trap Neuter Return for Feral Cats) is a service we have been providing regularly since 2012. We have compassionate, experienced volunteers who set the traps and transport these kittens/cats to the vet and then return and release them back to their environment. Young kittens caught early enough are vaccinated, treated medically, altered and adopted out an experience that is life changing obviously for the better.

At Red Rose we assist homeless animals with emergency medical care. All animals including feral cats involved with Red Rose are treated for any medical conditions before being released. When pet owners on a fixed income find themselves experiencing an emergency situation with their companion animal they are not always prepared to even cover the cost of an exam let alone medication and testing. With our help many pet owners have mentioned “they were able to keep their pet instead of having to give them up due to the cost and treatment.”
Red Rose has assisted hundreds of pet owners (especially seniors) in dire need so that they don’t further delay the animal having to suffer due to financial challenges.

We also assist with free spay and neuter services of felines and canines. Not only assisting pet owners who can’t afford the low cost spay neuter clinics in our community but also homeless animals that are either trapped or found as strays by kind compassionate people that are struggling financially and can’t take on the necessary veterinarian cost. Before moving any animal into the next phase we always encourage individuals to spay and neuter and offer financial assistance when they are in need. Spaying and neutering litters of kittens and puppies and the adult dogs that contributed to their existence whenever possible.

Now Red Rose has reached an obstacle in animal welfare as we currently do not have working veterinarian partners at this time. We cannot possibly continue the work we do without a veterinarian.

We need more veterinarians willing to provide rescue pricing as we have pet owners wanting and desperately needing the services for their pets, not to mention the homeless animals. Our two long term, dedicated, compassionate veterinary partners are not able to service us at this particular time. They are very limited normally to the amount of animals they can see through our organization. They have many of their own clientele requiring their services and they are sole practitioners still trying to help out an animal welfare organization because it’s important to them as veterinarians to give back and they are passionate about our cause and the work we do and the animals we serve.

The unfortunate part is many of the veterinarians in the Verde Valley are not willing to provide discounted services and that is a real obstacle for us because pet owners that are financially challenged needing emergency services have practically nowhere to turn if we don't have veterinarians willing to assist us. Many of the people we often assist don’t have credit cards and many try to apply for Care Credit at the veterinarian’s office only to be denied. Then what? Their animal is not serviced and is left to suffer. This has and continues to happen quite often.

Another problem is many veterinarians will not provide services to feral felines so they will not assist us with our TNR program either. We have had to cut back drastically in the last 12 months on the services because of this situation. You are probably wondering have we reached out to all the additional veterinarians in the area……the answer is yes and multiple times, with no luck. One generous veterinary clinic in the Village of Oak Creek is in the process of trying to assist us at least temporarily.

Animals left to continue to reproduce often wind up abused, injured, or neglected as shelters across the country are filled with animals that are euthanized daily due to over pet population as we simply can’t adopt our way out of this problem.

In August and September 2017 we spent over $5,036.00 and assisted 52 cats, 20 dogs and 1 rabbit. Just recently in October, November and December we spent $3,716.17 and spayed 25 females, neutered 22 males and assisted 8 pet owners with emergency medical services through our compassionate veterinary partners. In the last two weeks no services are being provided because we do not have a veterinarian partner.
We cannot predict when things will change. Who knows what the future holds in 2018? Perhaps we will be fortunate to find a generous, retired, veterinarian willing to volunteer their time to helping our mission or we will be provided with a mobile unit or clinic is in our future. We encourage our supporters to help us find a veterinarian either a volunteer or a new professional to the area or one that is contracted. When you support Red Rose 100% of the proceeds from our fundraising efforts from the Red Rose Thriftique and our Red Rose Art Shows go to the overall mission of Red Rose Inspiration For Animals. 100% of a monetary donor’s donation goes directly to assisting the animals. No administrative cost or salaries as we are a small, volunteer based organization making a huge difference in the lives of animals throughout the Verde Valley. On our 990 for the year 2016 we had a 99.98 percent rating for public support which we are quite proud of, as with us it’s all about servicing the animals. We are asking for anyone passionate about our mission to help us continue the work we do. We are most grateful for all we have accomplished through the years and continue to accomplish. Thank you for sharing and supporting us.
Contact: Red Rose Inspiration For Animals at P.O Box 74, Sedona AZ 86339 email: info@redroseinspiration.org or visit the website www.redroseinspiration.org

Date Submitted: 02-04-2018

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Red Rose Inspiration for Animals, Inc.
928-282-5278

Can you imagine a bad hair cut that won’t grow out?

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That’s what we believe happened to a sweet dog awaiting adoption at the Humane Society of Sedona. Lily, 8 yr Chow-mix, must have been shaved earlier in her life and her fur didn’t grow back the same. Lily is a little scruffy on the outside and full of love on the inside. Maybe an array of cute doggie t-shirts to help her feel more beautiful? Can you look past her hair and make her feel beautiful in your home? Come meet Lily today!

Date Submitted: 01-31-2018

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Humane Society of Sedona
928-282-4679

Videographer for "Living History" speakers

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The Sedona Heritage Museum is looking for a volunteer who likes to take videos. This volunteer would be available 6-8 times/year to tape some of the Museum's "Living History" speakers between October and May.  Time involved would be set-up, program taping (about 1-hour) and then burning 2 copies to DVD.  Are you an amateur videographer who would like to do this? Please contact the volunteer coordinator at the museum at (928)282-7038.

Date Submitted: 01-18-2018

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Warehouse/Storage Facility

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Miracles Happen ReSale Store is in need of a warehouse/storage facility to store donations.

Miracles Happen ReSale Store benefits Steps to Recovery Homes. Our mission is to provide a safe environment, free from any illicit drugs or alcohol, for people with substance abuse issues. We focus on behavior modifications and are dedicated to consistency, structure and direction in our homes.

Date Submitted: 11/1/2017

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Damien Browning
928-649-0077

Local Artists and Crafters for Fall Arts & Craft Fair 10/21

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Calling All Artists!! There's still time to join! Local artists and crafters are invited to sell their hand-made items at the Sedona Heritage Museum's Fall Arts & Craft Fair Sat Oct 21, 9am-3pm. Call 282-7038 or email (Info@sedonamuseum.org) for a registration application. $30 tent spaces still available. Put your unique, locally made wares in front of hundreds of visitors and residents shopping for their own use, collections and holiday gifts.

Date Submitted: 09-13-2017

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Calling all crafters and cooks!

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The Sedona Heritage Museum is looking for people to present demos and workshops on old-time crafts for the Monday at the Museum program. If you can do something you'd like to share, please call 928-282-7038.

Date Submitted: 08-15-2017

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Artists/Crafters for Fall Arts & Crafts show

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Calling all artists and crafters! Come join our Fall Arts & Crafts show at the Sedona Heritage Museum October 21 from 9am to 3pm! Free admission! Local venue for local artists to show/sell their work. Great exposure to a broader audience as this established event is well attended by locals and visitors. Booth cost is $30-40. Provide your contact information to Nicole at the museum (282-7038) or connect@sedonamuseum.org and a registration form will be sent to you.

Date Submitted: 07-06-2017

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Nicole
928-282-7038 (museum)

Scan and catalog historic images of historic Main Street Program events

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Help save the history and images from programs and events that no longer exist! The Sedona Heritage Museum needs a volunteer to scan and assign file names to digital files for a large donation of photos from past Main Street Program events. Great opportunity to view images of days gone by. No deadline or schedule. Contact Janeen at the museum (282-7038) or info@sedonamuseum.org for more information.

Date Submitted: 07-06-2017

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Janeen
928-282-7038 (museum)

Gardeners/Landscapers Wanted

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Get your hands dirty and help us help more pets. When the landscape around our shelter looks neat and trim, people are more likely to feel comfortable stopping by to see our adoptable pets. When it's overgrown, people are hesitant to stop. But we don't want to spend donation money on tree trimming and weed pulling, so we're looking for a volunteer or group of volunteers to lend a hand.

Date Submitted: 06/06/2017

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Humane Society of Sedona
928-282-4679

Donations of Kindness

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SedonaKind's primary mission is to spread kindness locally. We are asking for service from the readers of the Wish List by donating an act of kindness somewhere in the community. Last week we requested one kind act the day the readers saw the wish in the Wish List. This week we're suggesting one act of kindness a day (minimum) for a week. Wouldn't it be great if all of you donated an act of kindness for every day of the week? Let's try it!
Date Submitted: 05-03-2017

Date Submitted: 05-09-2017

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SedonaKind
928-282-4019

Acts of Kindness

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The mission of SedonaKind is to spread kindness locally. Our wish is that the readers of the Wish List donate an act of kindness somewhere in the community today. Imagine how your one act of kindness will multiply as people join you in the effort! -And wouldn't it be fun if your act of kindness returns to you through the kindness of another!

Date Submitted: 05-03-2017

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SedonaKind
928-282-4019

Accompanist for this summer’s production of Rapunzel

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Missoula Children’s Theatre, Sedona, a free theater production experience for elementary students, is seeking an accompanist for this summer’s production of Rapunzel. The position will run 12PM-2:30PM Wednesday, June 7, 10AM-2:30PM June 8 & 9th and Saturday June 10 11AM-7PM. Compensation is available. Housing and meals are provided as well as a full page ad in the production’s program. MCT is sponsored by Rotary Club of Sedona. This year marks the 30th consecutive year MCT has conducted a tuition free program for Sedona’s youth. For more information contact Nicole Davis at 928-301-2814.

Date Submitted: 04-22-2017

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Rotary Club of Sedona
928 284-2660

Can you make planter dollies for school container garden?

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Is there a person you know with the tools and know-how who can fabricate some dollies for containers for a garden at Big Park Elementary School?

The dollies are made with 5 pieces of 2 x 4 16" long. They are screwed together with deck screws and have a metal brace in the corners. They are finished off with rotating coaster wheels. See the accompanying photo. We could use about a dozen of them in total. A great project for a men's group or service club.

Students will use the dollies to hold their planting tubs of 10-15 gallon size which they will need to be able to move.

Date Submitted: 04-04-2017

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Richard Sidy
284-9055

Spanish Lessons

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I teach Sustainability at three schools and have several students who speak limited English. I would love to learn some Spanish to help their transition and make learning a bit easier. If you'd like to donate Spanish lessons your time would help a child.

Date Submitted: 12-02-2016

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Peter Hordorwich
928-204-1185

Remember our Senior

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Sedona Kind encourages acts of kindness large and small, locally and around the world. See our web site at Sedonakind.org.

We are still in the throws of a hot summer so what can we do to help our seniors who have a harder time dealing with this heat? First of all, check on them. If you know of a senior in our neighborhood please concider stoping by with a pitcher of ice tea to chare with them. Maybe do a shopping run for them or help them with some chores.
These small things can make a big difference in someones life who many people forget.

You can always drop off used costume jewelry for our charm makers at, Remax Realty in the Safeway Plaza or Goldenstein Gallery on Dry Creek Rd.

Date Submitted: 7-26-16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

KIS kids in school

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Remember the rock ‘n roll band KISS? Well, we’re SO MUCH COOLER than they are!!!! Why, you ask? The Kindness in School’s (KIS) mission is to acknowledge students’ kindness to create a more compassionate and considerate environment in the school, classroom and on the playground. This promotes Value of Self, Acceptance and Friendship. Our goals are to help students understand what kindness is and to recognize, encourage and acknowledge ‘acts of kindness’ in everyday life. Finally, the objective is to encourage and support teachers and staff in recognizing and promoting ‘acts of kindness’ in their schools.

WOW! HEAVY words and AMBITIOUS goals! SO, why all the excitement and why is this SO COOL?! BECAUSE if YOU get involved at the ground floor as we go into the elementary grades, this is where the seeds germinate. BUT, you all know that old time honored adage “It takes a village…”! Well, we need that village and we need it NOW! We don’t expect you to go solo into a classroom or spend hours of slave labor but would you be willing to check us out and see if you could become part of KIS to do something. Children promoting kindness are our hope for the future and if that’s not WAY COOLER than KISS…

If you are interested contact Gloria at; gailandgloria@gmail.com or Kari Lee at LaReinekl@npgcable.com

Date Submitted: 7-19-16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

Seeking French Speakers!

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The Sedona Heritage Museum has recently completed updates to the self-guided tour brochures and needs help translating the current English version into other languages. We are still seeking French speakers to help us translate the brochure into French. Please contact Kathie Hamblen at the Museum (928)282-7038 for more information if you are able to help!

Date Submitted: 04-26-2016

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Seeking Japanese Speakers!

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The Sedona Heritage Museum has recently completed updates to the self-guided tour brochures and needs help translating the current English version into other languages. We are still seeking Japanese speakers to help us translate the brochure into Japanese. Please contact Kathie Hamblen at the Museum (928)282-7038 for more information if you are able to help!

Date Submitted: 04-26-2016

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Seeking Spanish speakers!

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The Sedona Heritage Museum has recently completed updates to the self-guided tour brochures and needs help translating the current English version into other languages. We are still seeking Spanish speakers to help us translate the brochure into Spanish. Please contact Kathie Hamblen at the Museum (928)282-7038 for more information if you are able to help!

Date Submitted: 04-26-2016

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Sedona Heritage Museum
928-282-7038 (museum)

Kindness Ambassadors

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Sedona Kind, encourages acts of kindness, large and small, locally and around the world. We have "Kindness Ambassadors" who will go out into the community to thank groups for what they are doing, to tell our story and to find ways to join hands and hearts.

What can each of us do to make another's life just a little bit better...that's Sedona Kind. Go to our website and let us know about all the acts of kindness you or your group are doing. www.sedonakind.org/heartfelt-responses

Date Submitted: 4-24-16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

Red use, Reuse, Recycle

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Take an extra few minutes today to check for all the recyclables you may find in your home. There may be more than you think. Look on the Sedona Recycles web site for a list of all the materials they take. Make a concious effort to remind your friends and neighbors to recycle, use less plastic, take that reusable bottle from the back of the cupboard and start refilling it for yourself instead of picking up a plastic water bottle at the store. Remember this today and then again tomorrow. It may just become a habit. Be Kind to Mother Earth today, REDUCE, reuse and Recycle.

Date Submitted: 4/12/16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

Historical Content DVD Reviewers Needed

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The Sedona Heritage Museum is working to catalogue a series of historical information DVDs. The museum needs help reviewing the DVDs and completing a form to capture relevant pieces of information to properly catalogue those items. This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to learn more about our history and assist the museum in making those important resources available for the future. Watch one, or watch many: Any level of participation is greatly appreciated. To help, please contact Kathie Hamblen at the museum (928)282-7038.

Date Submitted: 03-15-2016

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Kathie Hamblen
928-282-7038 (museum)

Message Therapists Needed!

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The city of Sedona and local Veteran's Organizations are hosting a 3 day Celebration to Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans. The highlight of the event is the arrival of a traveling Memorial Wall that is 8 feet tall and longer than a football field. Listed on the wall are the names of over 58,000 Veterans that lost their lives. Watch the Red Rock News for more details, and be sure to visit the wall. The Veterans have asked if Massage Therapists could give chair massages after they set up the wall on the 31st. and on their busiest day, April 2nd. Please call Laurie, of Sedonakind, at 282-5935 to sign up for a 2 hour shift. Let's show the Veterans that we care!

Date Submitted: 3-13-16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

Community is YOU

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Participate in your community. If you are not passionate about something simply be interested and just show up. This Saturday come to Uptown Sedona for the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Volunteer if you are so inclined.
Send out kindness where ever you go.

Date Submitted: 3-8-16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

Appreciation

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Say Good Words

Being told you are appreciated is one of the simplest and most uplifting things a person can hear. Tell someone today that you appreciate them.

Date Submitted: 3/6/16

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SedonaKind
928 300-4125

Infirmary Wish List

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What sets Camp Soaring Eagle apart from other youth-based camps in Arizona? We provide exceptional standards in medical care. We have medical professionals that volunteer each weekend to provide a safe and fun environment for our campers.
We need the following items for our Camp Infirmary.
Glucometer
Oxygen Cannula
Pulse saturation device
Normal saline 0.9% 5 IV bags of 1000 litres each
IV insertion kit
Suture kits
Suction
Scale
Blood pressure machine
Ophthalmoscope
Wound care kit
Ice packs for injuries
Compression bandages
Crutches
Stretcher
Baskets x 20 to store supplies 10 x 20 inches approximately they should fit in the cabinets
Defibrillator for transferring with us to the bus for pool activities
Non rebreather mask x2

Date Submitted: 03-01-2016

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Chuck Wendt
602.842.1168

Fishing Pond Needs

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We are in need of a construction company that would be able to widen our fishing pond.

Date Submitted: 03-01-2016

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Chuck Wendt
602.842.1168

Grocery bills are going UP!

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Our grocery bills seem to get higher every week! Living in Sedona we pay a bit more for the stores to transport all their merchandise up to the North Country. I was in line at Bashe's the other day and there was a woman with a $10 gift card in front of me. I could see her fumbling in her purse to come up with the additional $3 to cover her meager grocery bill. Since my wallet was already in my hand , I pulled out a $5 bill and said I would like to help. She was extremely grateful and a bit embarrassed but she clearly needed assistance.

There is a minimal income population in Sedona. We have our share of working poor who have trouble feeding their families. Donating to the Sedona Community Food Bank is one way to help. You may also concider purchasing a $10 food card at the grocery store to donate to the Sedona Area Homeless Alliance. Please drop off at 435 Coffee Pot Dr. or call Laurie Moore, 928-254-8912
Sedona Kind encourages acts of kindness, large and small, locally and around the world.

Date Submitted: 2-29-2016

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Laura Van House
928 300-4125

Volunteers for Retail Thrift

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Red Rose Inspiration For Animals works in animal rescue throughout the Verde Valley. We connect animals and people. We are unique in the fact that we are not your typical animal rescue organization. As we do not have a facility to take in animals and we generally don't foster animals. We do however network with others who can take in animals and foster.

We provide programs for animal rescue and give back in the form of free spay and neuter as we have for 6 years. In the past 2 months we have spayed and neutered over 100 animals.

We provide financial assistance to those who can not afford to take their animal to a vet in an emergency situation, we assist folks who are so dedicated to their animal and find themselves homeless through a transitional home offering a safe place to stay. We provide service dogs to people in need. We trap, spay/neuter and return feral cats to make a difference in the over pet population and much more.

We are looking for dynamic volunteers in a variety of capacities. We most especially need for our retail shop Red Rose Thriftique located in the Village of Oak Creek. Please help us to continue making a difference in the community in which we live and helping the animals throughout the Verde Valley. Together we can make a difference. Thanks for considering volunteering or donating to Red Rose..

Date Submitted: 5/13/2015

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Red Rose Inspiration for Animals, Inc.
928-282-5278

Graphic Artist

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GRAPHIC ARTIST REQUEST TO VOLUNTEER TIME- Some basic volunteering with the re-organization of flyers and rack cards from time to time for an animal rescue. Thank you for considering

Date Submitted: 12-10-2014

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Red Rose Thriftique
9282825278

Graphic Artist

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GRAPHIC ARTIST REQUEST TO VOLUNTEER TIME- Some basic volunteering with the re-organization of flyers and rack cards from time to time for an animal rescue. Thank you for considering

Date Submitted: 11-21-2014

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Red Rose Thriftique
9282825278

Consultant for SEO ASSISTANCE

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We are looking for someone who is experienced as a consultant to help us with our website and marketing with SEO Thank you for considering volunteering for our organization

Date Submitted: 11-20-2014

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Red Rose Thriftique
9282825278

Help with the Nutcracker

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The Sedona Chamber Ballet needs help with costumes. We need to borrow a serger for 4-6 weeks to make costumes for the ballet. We also need able seamstress to help sew the costumes. Thank you. Please email sedonachamberballet@gmail.com with your contact information.

Date Submitted: 09-25-2014

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Sedona Chamber Ballet
928 554 4059

Volunteers for lunch set up

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Your Sedona Community Center serves a community lunch Monday through Friday weekly at noon. We are looking for volunteers for the following positions.
Community Lunch set up volunteers who will set up 3 to 5 round tables with chairs at approximately 11:15 a.m.
Greeters for the community lunches which are served Monday through Friday from 12:00 - 1:00. Greet lunch clients, take their donations and have them sign the guest book.
Servers with a food handlers card (involves 1 1/2 hour class) who serve the salad, entree and desert.
We do appreciate your support for the Sedona Community Center and our meals programs.
If you would like to help us for a day or two a week, call 928 282-2834. Thank you.

Date Submitted: 02-06-2018

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Sedona Community Center
(928) 282-2834

Musical Volunteers!

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We have a ready audience every day of the week who would love to hear you sing, play, and share your musical talent. We are not looking for perfection--just some willing individuals or groups who enjoy making music together. We serve all ages of adults, so music of almost any era is welcome. We even have a piano if you would like to play or be accompanied. Please contact Shelley at 928.649.0788 to schedule a day and time.

Date Submitted: 5/13/14

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Shelley Fields
928-649-0788

Foster Homes

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Golden Bone continues to seek foster homes for dogs. Golden Bone does not have a facility, so all of our dogs are tended through foster care. We provide food, advice, and medical care, while approved fosters provide space, safety, and love. Happily, Alice, Meemee, and Gracie have found foster homes for now. We still need one with a secure and high fence for Mary Jane.
Mary Jane is a 66-pound hound mix who absolutely loves to play with dogs; however, she needs a polite and gentle introduction with other big dogs, and time to get to know them first. Once she is comfortable, her true doggie play style is very fast, and a bit on the alpha side.

Date Submitted: 05-08-2014

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Golden Bone Rescue and Rehab
928-399-0902

Foster Homes Desperately Needed

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Golden Bone is desperately seeking foster homes for dogs. At the top of our list right now are homes for the following: Alice is a 14-16 week-old female Lab mix who was discovered locked in a closet when a caretaker visited one of her clients. She is a lively, bubbly, curious little girl. She is very social with both people and dogs.
MeeMee is a young, well-behaved, house trained and very sweet pregnant Shih Tzu. She needs an experienced foster home able to keep her and her babies through weaning, which will be about eight weeks. Mama dog will be spayed and returned to owner, and puppies will be adopted through Golden Bone's procedure.
Gracie, a Greyhound/Lab mix, is shy at first but warms up quickly to people and other dogs she does not know. She loves to walk on the leash. She is good around kids and dogs.
Mary Jane is a 66-pound hound mix who absolutely loves to play with dogs; however, she needs a polite and gentle introduction with other big dogs, and time to get to know them first. Once she is comfortable, her true doggie play style is very fast, and a bit on the alpha side.

Date Submitted: 04-29-2014

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Golden Bone Rescue and Rehab
928-399-0902

Piano Tuner

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A wonderful woman in the community donated a mid-century Baldwin spinet piano to our center. We would love a piano tuner to donate a tuning! The piano is in good shape. Our participants love music and I would love to have this piano ready for all of the volunteer musicians to come entertain us. Please contact Shelley Fields at 928.649.0788 to help out.

Date Submitted: 4/29/14

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Shelley Fields
928-649-0788

Crochet Teacher

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Calling all Crochet Artists! Our 1st through 3rd grade students want to learn how to crochet. Volunteers are needed to work with students 1 on 1. We provide the yarn and needles. If you are willing to spend time teaching our students to crochet, please contact the school office @ 204-6464.

Date Submitted: 3/28/14

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Sedona Charter School Office
928-204-6464

Graphic Design and Website Services

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We have a great need for a professional graphic designer and/or website designer. We do have a working website that we have created for ourselves but would someday like to have a more comprehensive, optimized and highly professional site that can convey the kind of quality we represent as an educational institution. We also currently do our own design, which works out nicely for us, but we are interested in having a full suite designed that is a cohesive representation of who we are.

Date Submitted: 02-18-2014

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Running River School
928-301-3232

PR/Marketing

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We are looking for a professional in the PR and Marketing field who is interested in supporting our educational endeavor. Our needs in this area are threefold: We need to reach parents in our area, parents coming into Sedona and potential donors. Right now our time and limited funding are focused on the parents of our community. Our number one priority is growing the school, so it makes sense for us to put our focus into the recruitment of potential students. But our outreach can't stop there!

Date Submitted: 02-18-2014

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Running River School
928-301-3232

Real Estate Services Needed

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We don't need just any realtor, we need a realtor who also believes in what we are doing. One of our core beliefs is that to change the world, our children need to be raised and educated in a more holistic way than ever before. Our immediate need is an affordable (or even better, donated) space to use temporarily. We are small, so don't need much space but we do need outdoor, as well as indoor space. Our grand vision includes the donation, or deeply discounted purchase price, of acreage.

Date Submitted: 02-18-2014

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Running River School
928-301-3232

Posters

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We need a very eager Volunteer to deliver posters and flyers in the Camp Verde area. You would pick them up at the office in an envelope, showing the names of the businesses that accept our advertising, and then drop them off at each place. When you return to the office to drop off the envelope, you can update us regarding the businesses and you will receive a Voucher for one General Admission ticket to any event in our season (concert or opera), except the Bluegrass Festival.

Date Submitted: 01-30-2014

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Chamber Music Sedona
928 204-2415

501c3 app support

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As Red Earth Theatre (currently operating under fiscal sponsorship) prepares the 501c3 application we would truly appreciate the support of someone with expertise in this area. We would like to submit the initial document by the end of February and see some solid work in a short time frame if possible.
Please contact Producing Artistic Director Kate Hawkes at 928-399-0997.

(The photo is a 'selfie' of key members of RET at a Bd meeting last week! Jim Bishop,Linda Damita,Visamaya and Kate Hawkes)

Date Submitted: 01-28-2014

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Red Earth Theatre
928-399-0997

Volunteers Needed

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Your Sedona Community Center is in need of volunteers to do yard work and clean-up. We especially need those who can offer a half day or so to clear debris, and move miscellaneous items but any time contributed would be gladly accepted.
We appreciate your support very much. Thank you!

Date Submitted: 10/2/2013

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Sedona Community Center
(928) 282-2834

Lost dog; Reward offered

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Golden Bone Rescue and Rehab
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