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First Things First seeks applicants for regional partnership council

Courtesy photo<br>
Clint and Maria Slay read to their 4-month old daughter Liliana, one of the thousands of children participating in programs funded by the Yavapai Regional Partnership Council.

Courtesy photo<br> Clint and Maria Slay read to their 4-month old daughter Liliana, one of the thousands of children participating in programs funded by the Yavapai Regional Partnership Council.

First Things First (FTF) is seeking applicants for the First Things First Yavapai Regional Partnership Council.

FTF regional council members are a crucial voice for kids, ages birth to 5 throughout Arizona. In collaboration with their communities, regional councils determine which early education, health and family support programs to fund to help more local children arrive at kindergarten prepared to succeed.

The Yavapai Regional Partnership Council, which meets monthly, makes decisions for all of Yavapai County. Each year, the council is responsible for allocating more than $3.5 million to programs serving young children in this area.

If you reside and/or work in Yavapai County or Sedona and are interested in serving on the First Things First Yavapai Regional Partnership Council, visit www.azftf.gov/serve to obtain an application.

For more information, call the First Things First Yavapai Regional Office at 776-0062.