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Experience AZ: Fall-Winter 2013

Experience AZ Digital Issue
by in Experience AZ Magazine

ARIZONA PACKS ADVENTURES FOR EVERYONE, EVERY DAY Ten years after moving to Arizona from upstate New York, people still ask me what I like the most about living in the Grand Canyon state. My answer is always the same: “I haven’t had to shovel snow once since I moved here.” But if I lived a… Read More →

The Fall And Ensuing Therapy Session On Red Mountain

Red Mountain trailhead, Photo: Kristine Cannon
by in Play

The walls of Red Mountain feel entirely too far apart at this point. I could feel myself breaking into a cold sweat. The orange-hued walls tower above me; the sunlight receding until it leaves me in the mountain’s chilly shadow. That’s all this place was anyway – a large cave, it felt. Really, it’s a volcano… Read More →

BGCGS's Red Mountain Branch Nationally Recognized For Program Excellence

BGCGS
by in Connections

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale’s (BGCGS) Red Mountain Branch recently received the prestigious Merit Award for Program Excellence in Health & Life Skills from Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The award was presented during Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s 106th National Conference in San Diego, Calif. Merit Awards for Program… Read More →

The Fall And Ensuing Therapy Session On Red Mountain

Red Mountain Trailhead photographed by Kristine Cannon
by in Around Arizona | Travel

The Fall & Ensuing Therapy Session on Red Mountain The walls feel entirely too far apart at this point. I could feel myself breaking into a cold sweat. The orange-hued walls tower above me, the sunlight receding until it leaves me in the mountain’s chilly shadow. That’s all this place was anyway – a large cave,… Read More →