Town Talk for March 13
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Donald Graves is loved and respected for the dynamic way he challenges each individual to experience personal freedom, power and magnificence. His love of life is contagious, his sense of humor is infectious, his speaking style is captivating, and his interactive teaching approach compels those who are willing to be infinitely greater than they previously thought possible. He serves Tucson, Ariz., as spiritual leader for the Center for Spiritual Living Tucson.
Love relationships can be complicated because most people have been taught to do relationships backward. Learn to relate instead of looking for the right relationship. Discover how rich all relationships can become.
This three-hour integrated experience will bring forward and illuminate how certain points of view and practices can help relationships become more genuine and infinitely more enjoyable.
The event is Monday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel at 32138 U.S. Highway 6 (new building on the left after Fox Hollow Street) and is sponsored by Unity of the Mountains.
For a preview, come to the Avon library today at 5:30 p.m. For information, call Jeannine Hallenbeck at 970-376-2445.
Roundup River Ranch, a provisional member of the Association of Hole in the Wall Camps, has announced the camp’s opening-season schedule for the 2011 summer sessions. Located near Dotsero, Roundup River Ranch will provide camp experiences for children with life-threatening illnesses.
In the camp’s first summer season, it will offer four one-week sessions serving as many as 40 children per session according to their condition:
• Session I – July 6 through 12: Children who have been diagnosed with cancer.
• Session II – July 15 through 21: Children who have received a solid organ transplant or have participated in our On the Road program.
• Session III – July 25 through 31: Children who have been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
• Session IV – Aug. 5 through 11: Children who have been diagnosed with lung disease or severe asthma or who have participated in our On the Road program.
The camp will rely on the help of hundreds of volunteers to help staff the summer sessions and is actively recruiting volunteers for the summer sessions. Volunteer opportunities include medical volunteers, cabin counselors, program volunteers, kitchen volunteers, office/administrative volunteers, drivers, facility volunteers and housekeeping. To learn more about the volunteer opportunities, visit http://www.roundupriverranch.org. The camp also is accepting camper applications for each of the sessions. The camp will serve children ages 7 to 17 suffering from various life-threatening illnesses this summer. For more information about eligibility and to apply for camp, visit http://www.roundupriverranch.org.
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