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November is National Hospice Month

November is National Hospice/Palliative Care Month, a time when care providers across the country are working to educate people about the range of issues regarding end-of-life care. Hospice of the Pines will host an educational lunch at the Chino Valley Senior Center on Nov. 2 from noon to 1 p.m. to help people understand options for care when facing a serious or life-limiting illness.

This educational lunch is offered free of charge. To sign up for the lunch call the center at 636-9144.

Local American Legion makes history

The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary made history in Arizona in June by electing the first husband-and-wife team into their top state positions, during their annual convention in Litchfield Park, Ariz., this year.

The Legion chose Larry Cox and his wife Virginia (Ginger) Cox as Department President for the State of Arizona.

Larry is an Air Force, Vietnam veteran and joined the Legion in 1973. Ginger who has been a member for many years, joined the American Legion Auxiliary in Arizona in 1992.

People who want to know more about local membership in the American Legion can call the Chino Valley chapter at 636-2020.

Boys and Girls Club sets informational meeting

 The Chino Valley Boys & Girls (B&G) Club Steering Committee is seeking individuals to help launch a sustainable B&G chapter Chino Valley.  Experience in fund-raising and community relations valuable assets.

Parents can learn more details and determine where your assistance can be used at an information meeting on Oct. 25, 5.30-6.30 p.m. at CVHS West Gym (Highway 89 and Center Street).   Refreshments will be served.

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