News Briefs: December 5, 2012
Free Bus Rides
Chino Valley Transit is offering free bus rides to all new and current passengers for the local and regional routes for the month of December.
Starting Monday, Dec. 3, and ending Monday, Dec. 31, Craig Brown, Yavapai County Supervisor District 4, has donated the money to pay for the rides.
To check the bus schedule go to www.ChinoValleyTransit.org, or call 636-3602.
Decorate a Tree for Chino Hometown
There are still spaces available for decorated trees at the Hometown Chino Christmas celebration from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14 and 15, at Heritage Middle School.
Join the fun for two evenings of beautifully decorated trees, a visit with Santa, entertainment, arts and crafts, and refreshments.
Admission is free for the events. Trees are $15, free to school groups.
Please call the chamber at 928-636-2493 to enter a tree or for more information about Hometown Christmas.
Meals on Wheels Fundraiser
"Kids Care Too" will begin fundraising for the Chino Valley Meals on Wheels Program again.
Last year the kids created gift bags for all seniors who receive Meals on Wheels in the Chino Valley area.
This year they are asking for the community's help in raising either money used to buy items for the senior or donate items to put into the gift bags.
Anyone who would like to help can call Cindy at 928-830-0195 or 928-277-2835.
All kids also are welcome to participate in creating the gift bags or helping deliver the gifts on Christmas Eve.