Saturday, April 26, 2008

Newest Public Service Messages

The newest public service announcements airing at Your Community Radio KXCI.

STAMP OUT HUNGER: Help our community Stamp Out Hunger during the National Association of Letter Carrier’s food drive on Saturday, May 10th. Leave a bag of non-perishable foods such as canned meats, canned vegetables and fruits, soups and peanut butter next to your mailbox on May 10th before your normal delivery time. The letter carrier will deliver your food donations to the Community Food Bank. Stamp Out Hunger, May 10th.

ACORN: Don't lose your home because you didn't pick up the phone. ACORN, a non-. profit community organization, provides free HUD approved foreclosure prevention counselors to help people save their homes. Call 623-9389 or visit http://acorn.org/.

ANIMALS: Nathan Winograd, director of the national No Kill Advocacy Center, visits Tucson for a presentation about the no kill philosophy on May 9th. His speech at 6:30pm is at the University Park Hotel Ballroom, 880 East 2nd Street. The presentation outlines the steps communities can take to save dogs and cats that otherwise would be killed in animal shelters. Free tickets to the speech can be obtained at http://savemoreanimals.org/.

GIRLS, INC: Girls Incorporated of Southern Arizona celebrates National Women’s Health Week with the launch of Families Fit Together, an award winning national fitness and nutrition program aimed at girls 9-14 and their families. The kick-off takes place Saturday, May 10th, from 9am to noon at Ora Mae Harn Park in Marana. To register for Families Fit Together or to learn more about Girls Incorporated, call 623-2661.

TROT: Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, TROT for short, is the only program in America where special needs children and wounded veterans ride horses to get better. TROT invites you to support their program at Heroes, Hearts and Horses, May 17th at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort. The night features a 40’s USO theme complete with a big band. For information and tickets please call 749-2360 or visit http://trotarizona.org/.

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