Vaccine event helps hundreds of Sun City residents get vaccinated

SUN CITY, AZ — It didn’t matter how they arrived or what they were driving. More than 500 people 55 and older who call Sun City home got their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine at Sundial Recreation Center Wednesday.

“It made life just so much more convenient just to be able to walk up, get my shot, walk home,” said Judy Bordson.

That’s the whole reason Maricopa County partnered

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In Brief: Glass recycling event, charity blood drive, and more in Richland, Pine

Upcoming blood drive benefits North Hills charity

CHROME Federal Credit Union in Wexford is hosting a blood drive Jan. 27 to help replenish the region’s supply and raise money for North Hills Community Outreach.

For every donor, Vitalant, which handles the blood collection, will make a donation to NHCO that will

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Manitowoc Eternal Flame fund closes in on goal, Veterans Day event set

Published 11:26 a.m. CT Oct. 23, 2020 | Updated 11:26 a.m. CT Oct. 23, 2020


Manitowoc celebrated the completion of the Waldo Boulevard project with a brief ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday with state and local officials.

Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter

An effort to keep Manitowoc’s Eternal Flame burning is closing in on its $200K goal

The Save the Flame fund to keep the Manitowoc Eternal Flame

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Hermiston Raceway plans one more event to finish out 2020

Like most Pacific Northwest race tracks, Hermiston Raceway had a tough summer, what with COVID shutting the facility down most of the time.

But the racing Waldens — Greg, Laci, Wayne and the rest of the track-promoting family — plan on one final season blowout, set for Oct. 24.

The family put out a recent call on Facebook to see if anyone would be interested in bringing their cars and

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Lafayette invites all to Halloween Dress Up and Drive event

Autumn has truly arrived, with election season and all manner of ghoulish creatures emerging from wherever they usually reside. I mean for Halloween, not the elections! Yes, it’s fall, with its leaves on the ground, crisp air and, notwithstanding all the craziness in our world, a season that for some reason feels just slightly more normal than this past spring. Thank goodness for all those ghosts and goblins!

Take the

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See The World From Home: Participate In Discoverlist’s Travel From Home’s Virtual Travel Event – Press Release

In a historical time where the very-traveled millennial has to quarantine and is anxiously waiting to get back on a plane, Discoverlist, the travel app for millennials, hosts the first edition of its virtual travel event on Saturday 15th August 2020. The ninety minute long virtual event began at 2:00pm EST and opened attendees to the idea of virtual traveling. Discoverlist’s travel community from around the world came together

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Live event workers call for federal relief

America’s live event and entertainment businesses came to a screeching halt this year when most states imposed restrictions on large gatherings because of COVID-19. Now, many say their industry feels forgotten, and they need financial relief to survive.

Brad Dunnum has owned ARIA Show Technology in western Michigan since 1999, employing 10 people who provide sound, lighting, video and other services for live events. But the pandemic forced Dunnum to

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Knott’s Berry Farm Is Partially Reopening To Hosting A Taste Of Calico Food And Wine Event

Photo credit: Instagram/knottsberryfarm
Photo credit: Instagram/knottsberryfarm

From Delish

It goes without saying that summer 2020 looks different than the summers we’re used to. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, activities like eating out, going to the beach, and going to amusement parks have been put on hold for the safety of visitors and employees. As some states phase into their reopening of non-essential businesses, the latter are making plans to reopen safely.

For the

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