Sedona Film Lovers is an organization dedicated to bringing art, foreign, independent and limited-release films to Northern
Arizona movie theaters. Notifies members of scheduled films via e-mail: a film synopsis, rating, and excerpts from reviews. To become a
member, e-mail name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mingus Mountain Cloggers is a non-profit organization and recreational opportunity for people ages 6 and older. Classes are
held weekly at the Verde Valley Fairgrounds. For information, call Joanna at (928) 634-8689.
Narcotics Anonymous meets daily in Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Jerome and Sedona. For more information, call
League of Women Voters of Sedona-Verde Valley is a non-partisan political organization that encourages public service through
informed and active participation of citizens in government. The League conducts election forums, sponsors educational meetings, monitors
government activities, collaborates with other groups, studies issues, and takes positions based on member consensus. Board meets monthly. Men
and women are welcome to join as active or supporting members. For information, call Linda Schaefer at 634-0174 or Susan Makoff at 284-4700.
Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. is the Sedona area's first conservation organization and has been preserving its unique natural
environment since 1972. Today, this volunteer organization has a membership of friends, neighbors, visitors, and business owners who share an
appreciation for Sedona's natural beauty. KSB's education and advocacy activities include land preservation, educating homeowners on low-water
use native plants for landscaping, protecting the area's awesome star-filled night skies through outdoor light pollution monitoring, advocating
quiet skies, bringing authorities to the area to educate our community on pertinent nature and conservation issues, and coordinating the Litter
Lifters, a dedicated volunteer corps who clean up litter from more than 60 miles of streets and roads in our area. Keep Sedona Beautiful is
deeply committed to making sure Sedona is protected for future generations. Learn how you can help Keep Sedona Beautiful. 282-4938,
Are you interested in helping traumatized victims? The Trauma Intervention Program is a group of specially trained citizen
volunteers who provide emotional and practical support to victims of traumatic events. Volunteers are called to a crisis by authorized police
officers, firefighters, and hospital personnel. For more information visit www.TIPofAZ.org
or call Judy at 649-0022 or Sue 300-8479.