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Delta Pet Partners training course offered
Recognizing the healing benefits of animals, Verde Valley Medical Center (VVMC) developed the Pet Partners program, which offers patients special visits with therapy dogs. Therapy dogs provide a general feeling of well-being, affection and joy for individuals who may experience stress, anxiety or sadness in the hospital setting. All therapy dogs are registered by the Delta Society Pet Partners and must pass behavioral testing to be licensed.
The Delta Society Pet Partners is sponsoring a team training course for handlers to learn the skills needed to safely visit in hospitals, retirement and nursing homes, schools and other facilities. Successful completion of this course or the online training course is required for registration as a Pet Partner.
The next training course is Sept. 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., in VVMC’s Conference Room B, 269 S. Candy Lane. The cost of the course is $75 and includes the Pet Partners Team Training Course Manual.
Additionally, Pet Partner teams must pass an evaluation. VVMC is hosting 30-minute team evaluations by appointment, 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29, in Conference Room A. The team evaluation process evaluates the animal/handler team in a simulated hospital setting. The evaluator looks at how well the handler interprets and manages the animal’s behavior, how the animal responds to the handler and how the team relates to patients. The cost of the evaluation is $20.
The team training course and team evaluations are conducted by Dee Chadwick, Delta-licensed team evaluator and instructor.
To register for the two-day training and schedule an evaluation appointment, contact Dee Chadwick at (928) 284-5757 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8/9/2012 1:01:00 PM
Moonlight Madness in Sedona
The 26th Annual Moonlight Madness Street Festival & Sidewalk Sales in Uptown and the Main Street District of Sedona will be held on Labor Day weekend from noon to 9 p.m. Come enjoy free music, entertainment and children’s activities, plus sidewalk sales along the sidewalks and plazas. This free event is coordinated by Sedona Main Street Program and presented by area businesses. Bring the entire family for a special time of fun, food, music, and shopping.
Spaghetti and a ‘Courageous’ movie
Join New Beginning Church of the Nazarene for a great deal: A spaghetti dinner and the movie, “Courageous” on Saturday. Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 6:45 p.m. with the movie being shown at 7 p.m. Tickets are $3 for adults and $1 for children 5 years and under. The church is located at 644 S. Seventh St., Camp Verde. For reservations and more info call Karen at (928) 567-9489 or 274-5914. Or call the church at 567-6336.
Candidate forum on behavioral health issues
The Verde Valley Guidance Clinic will host a candidate forum on behavioral health issues at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday in Cottonwood. The official candidates for Arizona Legislative District 6 have been invited to share their views on the state’s mental health and substance abuse programs and to hear from voters. Legislative District 6 is the newly realigned district which includes most of the Verde Valley-Sedona area and Flagstaff and extends east to the Snowflake area.
The forum will be held in the Clinic’s Community Room at 8 E. Cottonwood St. It is open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. For information, call Richard Dehnert, Community Relations Coordinator, at (928) 634-2236.
September Diamondback Bus Trip
Camp Verde Parks & Recreation is now taking reservations for a bus trip to the
’ game against the San Francisco Giants. Game time is 1:10 p.m. and the cost is $36 per person for bus trip and ticket. Seats are in section 112 and only 40 tickets are available, so hurry and reserve your seat today. Don’t miss the fun.
For more information call Parks & Recreation at (928) 567-0535, ext. 136.
Dinner at the Legion
The American Legion Post 93 at 286 S. Third St. in Camp Verde presents a Fish or Rib dinner with all the fixin’s on Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. For music they will have The Outlawz Band at 5:30 p.m. Members and guests are welcome hope to see you there.
Informational Meeting for Camp Verde Promotions
Come on down to Sweet Grace on Saturday at 10 a.m. Everybody welcome! We are having an informational meeting for Camp Verde Promotions. Learn who we are and what we are up to. The next event is Fort Verde Days, the second weekend of October. This event is for you! Give us your input and any suggestions you may have to make it bigger and better. We will also be seeking people to help our volunteers. Light refreshments will be served.
Display your family quilts
If you have a quilt, or quilts, that you have made or any that have been passed down through your family, we’d like to display them at this year’s Fort Verde Days Quilt Show Oct. 12-14 in Camp Verde. The show will be at the old “downtown” gym at Main St. and Hollamon.
We’re excited to showcase the work of quilters in the Verde Valley/Sedona area. So get those quilts out of drawers and cupboards, and finish those you’ve started long ago.
Please call Jeannette Teets at 567-6891 for an entry form or if you have any questions. Entry forms must be filled out and returned by Aug. 25 so we know how many quilts we will have to display. General guidelines and return information can be found on the form.
Verde Natural Resource meeting
The Board of Supervisors of the Verde Natural Resource Conservation District now meets on the second Friday of each month at 9 a.m. at the Camp Verde Chamber of Commerce, 385 Main St., Camp Verde. All are welcome. Agendas can be viewed at http://www.verde.org or at the Cottonwood Public Library the Thursday before each meeting. Call (928) 554-0463 for more information or to make special arrangements.
Jerome Elks Host Luau
The Jerome Elks Lodge of the Verde Valley welcomes all Elks and guests to a Hawaiian Luau. The Luau will be held at the Elks Lodge at 100 S. Broadway in Clarkdale. Dinner at 6 p.m. will consist of roast pork tenderloin or teriyaki chicken, along with all the fixings and wonderful, delicious side dishes artfully prepared by Priscilla.
Entertainment by Kehau Chrisman and her group at 7 p.m. will be provided. This entertainment consists of traditional Hawaiian dances performed and explained by an enthusiastic group of Hula and Hawaiian Dancers. Dancing follows with music by popular Jox in the Box, a local DJ group who literally have hundreds of songs at their fingertips to satisfy your requests. This is a fun night of great food, wonderful dancing and topping it off with dancing with your special one.
Tickets are $15 each and are on sale now at the Lodge, or call Bill at 300-7297 for tickets or to reserve a table. Lodge phone 634-5611.
Call to Artists for Made in Clarkdale Art Show
The first jurying for the December Made in Clarkdale annual show and sale will take place in August. Artists must live, work, or be taking art classes in Clarkdale to be eligible. All art media will be considered. Art must be original and conceived and created by the artist.
Jurying is held at the Yavapai-Apache Learning Center, 1630 Beecher St. in upper Clarkdale. Applicants should arrive between 9 and 11 a.m. Call (928) 634-0486.
Beer Thirty returns
The second annual Beer Thirty in the Verde is 3-7 p.m. at the Verde Valley Fairgrounds. Advance tickets are $20. Tickets at the gate will be $25. Price includes souvenir tasting cup for the first 350. There will be entertainment by Los Guys and the Dirty Verde Roller Derby. Proceeds benefit the Central Arizona Food Bank and Verde Valley Fair Association Scholarship Fund.
Swim N BBQ Luau
A Swim N BBQ Luau for children is planned at the Cottonwood outdoor pool from 2 to 4 p.m. The pool is located at 100 Brian Mickelsen Parkway. There will be swimming, music and games. Call (928) 639-3200.
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