Prescott in Brief: Historical group presents ‘Fashions through the Years’ at Lynx Creek
Historical group presents ‘Fashions through the Years’ at Lynx Creek
The Arizona Territorial Society, a newly formed historical group in Prescott, who help to promote and preserve the heritage of our town and surrounding areas through presentations, lectures, teas, fashion shows, and more, recently presented “Fashions through the Years” for the Villages at Lynx Creek at their annual afternoon tea.
Society models presented a beautiful fashion show of historical styles relating to the 1864-1912 time period. ATS also brought period dressed manikins and had numerous tables displaying wonderful hats and accoutrements of the era. Mistress of Ceremonies, Michelle Young shared historical information regarding important happenings in Arizona during those times. There were approximately 80 in attendance for the tea and a wonderful time was had by all whom attended.
The Arizona Territorial Society meets on the third Thursday of each month and anyone interested in joining the group may call 928-778-4036 or 928-772-8449 for more information.
Kiwanis Community Foundation gives $7K donation to Casa for Kids
The Kiwanis Community Foundation recently donated $7,000 to the Casa for Kids Foundation after holding the fifth annual John F. Phillips Memorial Golf Tournament at Stone Ridge Golf Club on Sept. 22.
League of Women Voters to host seminar Oct. 13
Who are Arizona’s independent voters? “We are not a party. We are a mindset.” Independent voters are the largest “party” in Arizona. If Arizona’s independent voters become frequent voters, they could be a more moderate voice on Arizona’s political landscape (MorrisonInstitute.asu.edu). This forum is the last in Fall Seminar Series presented by the LWVCYC and OLLI. The presenter, Dr. David Daugherty, is a Senior Research Fellow overseeing polling and helping to manage on-going and single-project research studies and projects conducted by the Morrison Institute for Public Policy. Dr. Daugherty will present a clear picture of the makeup, mindset, and the possible impact of this group of independent voters on the political structure of Arizona, including discussing the questions: Why be independent? Why is voter turnout so low? How similar are established parties to independents? What are the important issues in Arizona? The seminar will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 13, at Yavapai College, 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott, building 3, Room 119. For more information see LWVCYC.org.