One of the most worthy and needy non-profits for your holiday contribution consideration…
Some facts provided us by Susan Barrington, Executive Director:
- 1 in every 4 residents of Yavapai County is over 60 years of age
- AZ’s 85+ population will increase 240% by the year 2020
The Sedona Community Center is a worthy entity and certainly one that makes Sedona such a special community. When you are writing checks this year, please give what you can to Sedona’s seniors.
If you can’t give money, give them your time and become a part of their Telecare program (Seniors who live alone get companionship and safe living through telephone calls) or ask to become involved in the Meals on Wheels program. Some people pack the meals and others drive the meals to seniors. There’s a place for everyone.
The joy of Twitter is that you can find professionals, lay people, and just about anyone sharing information about their expertise (…yes, and some share their non-expertise).
One of the people I have enjoyed following is @DianeKennedyCPA. Her posts are informative and some send shivers up my spine. She tries to remain “federal” so that the information fits all of us.
Here’s the latest from her blog: IRS has already doubled their auditors and it appears they will quadruple auditors in the next 4 years. The State’s are also ramping up for more audits. Money is tight.
Look for new Tax Law changes… think twice before you put that dinner receipt into “business” without a notation in your log…
Help keep SR89A open on “snow days”. The Sedona Chamber of Commerce is asking for assistance in letting ADOT know that there is a better solution than stranding Canyon dwellers and closing the road to those Sedonans who commute to Flagstaff…some on a daily basis.
Your help is appreciated. You can click here to send and email to ADOT.
Many, many thanks.
Filed under ADOT, Sedona, Travel
Join the Community of Sedona and celebrate the beauty of the holidays by attending the First Friday Art Walk. Uptown and Tlaquepaque, along with the other commercial offices provide the sparkling warmth of the holidays.
No you don’t have to walk … you can take the trolley!
Enjoy beverages, eats, and warm conversation…Friday, December 4, 2009
On 1st Fridays, the Sedona
trolley makes its rounds
20 minutes between
5:00 – 8:00 p.m
Map and information compliments of The Sedona Gallery Association.
Hope to see you there…
Several days ago a Phoenix REALTOR(r) friend, Kerry Melcher (@Melchak) tweeted that there was a great app: Zosh. Next she tweeted that there was also a Zipform app as well.
If you are in the real estate business and have ever had to chase down a client for a signature, these apps are for you.
Yesterday I downloaded both apps. Today I will set up my mobile Zipform account and work on filling in the blanks of the agreement on my iPhone and then have it signed. Only practice.
Total price for both apps was $12.98.
Stay tuned. Tomorrow I’ll let you know how well it works!!
SedonaKathy aka Kathy Howe
Just found SedonaFacts, a new blogsite that accepts articles that can show verifiable facts about Sedona.
Ask questions…get answers!! Really “true” answers.
Maybe this is the “Snopes” of Sedona…!??!
Many Sedonans live and work in Flagstaff…let alone those of us who use Flagstaff as our business, health, and shopping city.
Arizona Department of Transportation
When ADOT announced that they would close SR89A, Oak Creek Canyon, during snow days in order to meet the budget cuts required by all Arizona State agencies, the citizens of Sedona cried “No, please, No!”.
From the Red Rock News comes this story about how Sedonans are working with ADOT.
Sedonans are caring people and people who come to the aid of the Community. Hats off to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce for entering into the solution arena to help ALL of Sedona.
SedonaKathy aka Kathy Howe