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Circus to benefit VICTORY adult education <BR>Tickets on sale for shows on April 22

The circus is coming to town on April 22 and all proceeds will benefit the VICTORY Adult Education Center in Chino Valley.

Shows by the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus are at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Old Home Manor, 3 miles east on Perkinsville Road in Chino Valley. In addition, people can come out between 9-10 a.m. to see circus workers raise the big top with "elephant power."

The circus will feature a free endangered species show at 10 a.m.

VICTORY offers free adult education classes, such as General Diploma classes in English and Spanish, grade placement testing, English as a Second Language classes, private tutoring and more.

Advance tickets for the two event shows are $5 for children and $7 for adults. Prices will increase at the door, so VICTORY encourages people to buy early and save.

Tickets are available at the following locations: VICTORY office, 1527 N. Road 1 East (at the community center); Chino Valley Recreation Department, 1525 N. Road 1 East (also at the community center); Chino Valley Public Library; 1020 W. Palomino Road (at Road 1 West); from Little League Director Bob Sanders; Hunt's True Value Lumber and Hardware Store, 1204 N. Highway 89; and at Ultra Style Hair and Nail Salon, 743 E. Road 2 North.

In addition, people may buy tickets from any VICTORY board member: Pat Purdin (interim director and board president), Bernice Saverino Carlene Kettner, Desiree Holloway, Bob Kaecker and Judi Schafman, or call Purdin at home (or leave a message) at 636-4319.

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