News Briefs in the 2-21-07 issue:
Cub Scouts to have bake sale in Chino
A bonanza "bake sale" fundraiser for a newly forming Cub Scout pack in Chino Valley will be on Feb. 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the ALCO store at 1950 Highway 89.
The Charter organization is Territorial Elementary School and they meet on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. in Ms. Marley's room.
This is a non denominational group, and welcomes all boys in grades 1st through 5th.
For information call 636-3239.
Correction about water purchase comment
An article on page 12 of the Feb. 14th Chino Valley Review story about Chino Valley's future incorrectly said that Chino Valley council candidate Dorothy Schmidt said the Town government is trying to buy all of the town's private wells. Rather Schmidt said the Town is trying to buy up the town's private water companies. Our apologies for the error.
Chino Valley Elks to sponsor blood drive Feb. 23
The Chino Valley Elks are sponsoring a blood drive for United Blood Services on Feb. 23 from 2-6 p.m. at the Chino Valley Senior Center, 1021 W. Butterfield Road.
Donation reminders: donors must show identification and should eat a hearty meal and drink plenty of water before donating.
Call Beverly at 583-0500 to make an appointment to give blood.
Youth Basketball Bonanza to take place in Prescott Valley
Kids ages 9 to 14 can test their skills in the Free Throw, 3 point and Hot Shot contests in the free event, Youth Basketball Bonanza on Feb. 24 from 5-8 p.m. at Bradshaw Mountain High School West in Prescott Valley, 6000 Longlook Drive.
Winners in gender and age categories travel to state finals at US Airways Center.
College career fair March 1 brings 120 exhibitors
The Yavapai College Career Fair will be on March 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the college gymnasium, Building 2 on the Prescott campus. Admission is free.
The fair will give people an opportunity to explore career, job and internship possibilities with more than 120 exhibitors - all under one roof.
People can apply for full-time, part-time, temporary or summer jobs.
People can ask career-related questions and investigate the paths to getting there with more than 30 Arizona college and university representatives.
The college recommends that attendees wear professional attire
For more information and a list of exhibitors, go to: www.yc.edu/careerfair.