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Page 6 This 'n That This 'n That listings are reserved for nonprofit groups and community an- nouncements. All items for this column must be in The Superior Sun office BY 5 P.M. FRIDAY the week before publication on the next Wednesday. Submitting parties are responsible for the accurac), 0fthe information given. Items will run at the sole discretion of the editors. Listings run according to space available and in date order. LITTLE LEAGUE WORK DAY Many of you have already committed support for the Superior Little League and all support is appreciated. A work day has been set to prepare the field for the upcoming season. If you are able to assist, please join in on Saturday, March 13 at 8 a.m. at the field. If you have a weed eater or other tools, please bring them. Students who volunteer can receive a receipt for volunteer ser- vice if needed. For more information on tasks needing to be done, contact Martin Navarrette at martin na: varrette( or 928-702-7451. SItS HALL OF FAME The Superior High School Hall of Fame is holding its 3rd Annual Induction on Saturday, March 13. The banquet and ceremony take place in the Superior Junior-Senior High School Gymnasium at 5 p.m. Six individuals ,, and one SHS football team have been chosen as inductees. Included are John O'Donne!l of the Class of 1940, Robert ' Buchanan of the Class of 1948, Hector Lopez of the Class of 1956, Minson Smith of the Class tff 1957, Richard Pacheco of the Class of 1959, Mary Rose Garrido Wilcox of the Class of 1967 and'the 1948 Football Team: State Class B Co-Champions. Tickets are available at $25 each. Seating is limited to 200. For reservations, please call 520-689-5430 or send your request and check to SHS Hall of Fame, P. O. Box 423, Superior, AZ 85173-0423. For more information, contact Manny Ruiz at 520-689-5430. CLASS OF 1965 NEWS The SHS Class of'65 is meeting on Saturday, March 13 at 11 a.m. at Los Hermanos Restaurant in Superior. Everyone from the Class of '65 is invited to attend arid meet old friends and classmates. For more information, call Louie Arroyos at 520-689-5482, Richard Provencio at 480-201-9480 or Helen Guerrero at 480-688-8484. The SillS Class of '65 has Class of '65 t-shirts and black regular SHS Panther t-shirts for sale for $11. Call Stephanie at 480-777-1354 to reserve and order your shirt. Long sleeve t-shirts are for sale as well. For more information on the Class of '65 reunion, contact Helen Guerrero Word at 480-688-8484, Rufino*,P, odriguez at 480-988-7404 or Louie Arroyos at 520-866-6459. The Superior Class ot".65 Horse Shoe Tour- naments take place at noon on April 10 and May 8 at Superior Town Park on U.S. 60 across from Los Hermanos Restaurant, doubles, $20 per team, double elimination, cash prize for 1st and 2nd place, raffles and give-aways, hamburgers, hot dogs, etc. GED CLASS REGISTRATION The registration for the next GED class will be On March 23 in Room 102 Affordable Dental Care FLU... It's in Your Hands Full Service Denture Lab On Site Now Emergencies & Walk-Ins Welcome Most Dental Insurance Accepted Onen!! Financing Available $100 OFF $139 Dentures or Partials Same Day Denture Reline with New Patient Exam & g Se Habla Espaol Senior Citizen Discount . Open Monday - Saturday Located in the Goodwill Plaza (Southeast corner of Signal Butte & Apache Trail) 10839 E. Apache Trail, Ste. #119 Apache Junction 480-354-6177 Owned by George & Dee "Lola" Ybarra Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona at Superior Junior-Senior High School from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Those interested ip registering should bring two forms of ID (one should be a picture ID). APACHE LEAP MINING FESTI- VAL The Superior Chamber of Commerce will be presenting the 22nd annual Apache Leap Mining Festival during the weekend of March 19-21. This year's theme will be "Traditions of Superior." Festivities begin Friday, March 19 with a carnival and battle of the DJs. There will be a wide variety of exciting events and entertainment, including a salsa contest, burro rides, Yellowbird Native American perform- ers, Folklorico dancers, Chihuahua races, K9 and fire department demon- strations, author and historian lectures, an art show and sale, carnival, food and game and vendor booths and more. On Saturday the day begins with a parade at 10 a.m., mining competition, a horseshoe tournament and a perfor- mance by Powerdrive in the evening. Sunday features include a youth mining competition and the Mata Ortiz potters from Mexico. Watch them craft their famous pottery and take home a special piece. For more information contact the Chamber of Commerce, 230 W. Main Street, Superior, 520-689-0200 or LITTLE LEAGUE GOLF TOUR- NEY The annual Superior Little League Golf Tournament takes place on Satur- day, March 27 with an 8 shotgun start at Queen Valley Golf Course. Registration is $40 per player pre- registration or $45 per player on the day of the tournament, cash prizes will be determined based on the nlmaber of entries, additional contests will he held for longest drive, closest to the pin and hole in one. For more informa- tion on the golf tournament, contact Martin Navarrette at 928-701-7451 or Art "Jap" Ramirez at 520-689-2619 or 520-827-0547. HEAD START STUDENT SCHOL- ARHIPS Students who can verify attendance at an Early Head Start or Pre-school Head Start program and receive a High School Diploma or equivalent by May 2010 are eligible to apply for one of " two scholarships in the amount of $500. The award can be applied toward attendance at a college, university or vocational institute, for books, dorm room, or classes. Applications are , due April 10. Contact Hilda Cardenas 520-689-2810 or Anna Flores 520-689- 3100 for an application. HEAD START PARENT SCHOL- ARSHIPS Parents with children who are cur- rently enrolledwith Early Head Start or'Pre-School Head Start programs in Pinal and Gila County are invited to apply for one of two scholarships in the amount of $500. The award can be applied toward attendance at a college, university or vocational institute. In addition, Head" Start parents can apply the award towMds a General Equivalency Degree (GED) or Child Development Associate (CDA) training and/or certification. Applications must be received by April 10. Contact Hilda Cardenas, Head Start Preschool Direc tor at 520-689-2812, 150 Lobb Avenue J ........................  use hmtd: :f:/ ::1i,.: : I Help keep yourself and others free from seasonal and H 1H 1 flu. ST4J]) $P]A]) for an application. COMMUNITY TRAIL WORK DAY Everyone is invited to come out this coming Saturday to the second Com- munity Trail Work Day on the Legends of Superior Trail (LOST). The work day is tentatively scheduled for April 10. Anyone interested in helping to build the trail is encouraged to meet at the Superior Airport on the west side of town at 7:30 a.m. on that Saturday morning. The event will end at noon with an appreciation lunch. The Ari- zona Trail Association will have tools available but participants are asked to bring gloves, wear closed toe shoes and protective clothing. The areas of construction for these work days will be focused on the area from the airport west to the Hewitt Station Road Trail Head. Local groups and businesses wishing to support the community work day by providing lunch and snack items or workers should contact Mila Lira at 520-827-0676. CANCER WALK The Cancer Fight by Candlelight Cancer walk sponsored by Supe- rior High School FCCLA has been changed to April 10, s tgting at 6 p.m. With every pre-registration of $10, there will be a free Cancer Walk T-Shirt. You can alsolight up Sunset, starting at the top and ending at the footrall field, with a donation of $1, $5, or $10 for a luminaria. There will be food, music and entertainment. For more information, contact, Christin Urquijo at 520-827-1706, Isiah San- chez at 480-254-7172 or Melissa Tor- res at 520-689-3110. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. HEAD START PRESCHOOL Superior Head Start Preschool is gearing up for the new school year 2010/2011. Applications are being accepted for 3 & 4 year old children. Head Start is a federal program for preschool children from low-income families and children with disabili- ties. Head Start Preschool is provided through Pinal/Gila Community Child Services and provides a variety of educational, menta! health, nutrition and health activities to meet special needs. Children receive free healthy meals and enjoy working indoors and outdoors in a safe setting with quali- fied staff. If qualify, children may also receive free medical and dental care. Families participate in education, social service and parent involvement activities. Children must be three years old by August 31. Families must income qualify and have proof of guardianship (birth certificate or DES certified letter with child's name & birth date). Children must have the folliSwing immunizations: Varicella, 4 DTP, 3 Polio, 1 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B Wednesday, March 10 2010 and HIB booster. Call 689-2812 for' more information or stop by at 150 Lobb Ave. Monday-Friday 8-00-4:00 JFK SLIDESHOW SALE The John F. Kermedy Elementary PTO is selling the school slideshow from the 2008-2009 school year, as well as the 2007-2008 school year. They are $5 each and you can get them in the front office or by contact- ing Melanni at 520-827-95091 All proceeds go to the JFK Parent Teacher Organization. PARKS & REC CLASSES Superior Parks & Recreation offers math tutoring sessions with "Math- man" and a Tae Kwon Do class every Saturday morning at the Superior Senior Citizens Center on Main Street. Both sessions run from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact Parks & Recreation Supervisor Bar- bara Arriola at 520-827-0052. PANTHER T-SHIRTS FOR SALE The Superior Junior High yearbook is selling T-shirts, long sleeve T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodie sweatshirts and zip hoodie sweatshirts. Order forms are at local businesses or the school. Contact Cathy Denogean at 480-510-5204 or 520-689-3100. BOB JONES MUSEUM The Bob Jones Museum is open ev- ery Wednesday and Friday from noon to 3 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. These hours de- pend on the availability of volunteers. Come and visit and see the displays of Superior's past, heritage and history. Membership is open to everyone. TRASH Continued from page 1 Orion Recycling and BHP Copper are co- ordinating this year's Community Pride Day. This is a great opportunity for all of us to get out there and keep Superior clean. Bring the kids out and help them develop a sense of commnnity pride, too. You might want to pick a family project, such as going to a park or picking a street and cleaning up the trash. "Through everyone's efforts, Superior has disposed of approximately 750,000 pounds of trash in the past four years," Anderson said. "This is an incredible feat and we all should feel very proud. If you look around you can sure see the differ- ence. We are really shining!" She said that in order to accomplish this annual clean-up effort at least 100 vol- unteers are needed. "Please come to the Caboose Park at 7 a.m. on April 3 and be one of the team," she said. "If you have a trucl or trailer please bring it along. Bring your gloves, pitch in and feel the pride." Call Sue Anderson at 689-0218 or Pam Rabago at 689-5201 with questions. 200Q,IORD r450 URI&T 6.41L DUAILIL MSRP McSpadden Price Less Ford Rebates Less FMC Rebate $58,630.00 $52,900.00 $5,500.o0 *$1,000.00 $46,400.00 6.4L Diesel, 5 Spd Auto Transmission, 4X4 Off Road, Camper Package, Tailgate Step, Lariat Plus Package. 1F9EB18743 WOW! f12, : fAY| .6 2F9BA4SS51 Sales (928) 425-3157 (8oo)