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Summer bread baking class

Prescott College Chef Molly Beverly will teach the college's first Adult Cooking Camp this summer. The week-long camp on Breads Around the World runs from 6 to 9 p.m., June 28 through July 2, at the Crossroads Café, located behind the college's main buildings, 220 Grove Ave., Prescott.

The class will cover cooking breads, and the foods that traditionally go with them, from the Middle East, China, India, Europe, and the Americas. Every class includes breads, soups, dips, and sweets from each region.

Tuition is $180 and registration and payment must be received by June 14. Information is at www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning or contact Cheryl Schwartz 928-350-4110, lifelonglearning@prescott.edu.

Grant writing class for non-profits

Grants To You, a local nonprofit agency, announces its next two-session class for May 29 and June 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The May 29 is a prerequisite for attending the June 5 class. The Saturday sessions take place on the Prescott Valley campus of Yavapai College in the Career Skills computer lab, 6955 Long Look Drive (just off Glassford Hill Road).

Registration is $25 at www.grantstoyou.org. Call Julia Watson at 848-1687 or Paul Baskin at 776-7976. If you require reasonable accommodations, please contact Watson by May 15.

Schools participate in food program

Humboldt Unified School District will provide breakfast and lunch to all children without charge through its Summer Food Service Program at the following school sites:

• Coyote Springs Elementary, 8101 E. Highway 89A, Prescott Valley.

• Humboldt Elementary, 2750 S. Corral Street, Humboldt.

• Lake Valley Elementary School, 3900 N. Starlight Drive, Prescott Valley.

• Mountain View Elementary School, 8601 E. Loos Drive, Prescott Valley.

The program runs Monday through Friday, June 1 through July 30 (except July 5), with breakfast served from 8-9 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Adults may buy breakfast for $1.75 and lunch for $2.85. For more information, call 759-5017.

DH Library holds used book sale

The Friends of the Dewey-Humboldt Town Library is having a book sale with most hardbacks priced at $1 and most paperbacks selling for a quarter.

The sale takes place in the J.W. Mitchell Room (lower level), 12980 Prescott St. in Humboldt, next to the Kate Garber Activity Center. Dates and times follow: Thursday, May 13 and 20 from 12:30 to 7 p.m.;

Friday, May 14 and 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Saturday, May 15 and 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

DH Historical Society shows film made in Humboldt

The Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society catches a glimpse of what Humboldt looked like 31 years ago with the showing of "Evidence of Power," starring Alan Hale Jr. today at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall in Humboldt.

Amazon.com describes the movie, which was shot in and around Humboldt: "While investigating various unusual murders, a police chief and his son develop problems."

Dr. Ray Hinshaw, who is providing a copy of the movie, said the movie has great pictures of Humboldt. The film is rated R and lasts 92 minutes. Popcorn is provided.

Free field trip to identify wild herbs

Herbalist Suzanne Gregorius invites the public to join her herb-

ology class Saturday on a wildcrafting field trip east of Dewey. The class is free and open to the first 15 people to register. Because the area is remotely located, the group will leave from the Valley of Vitality Studio (formerly known as Healing Essentials), 3115 N. Robert Rd., Prescott Valley, at 9 a.m. sharp. The class will last about two hours from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. To register, or for information, call 928-442-6026.

Soroptimist plans Bunco fundraiser

Soroptimist International of Central Yavapai Sunrise will host a Bunco event and auction at the Stoneridge Golf Club on Saturday, May 22. Players can win trophies for Most Buncos, Most Wins, Last Bunco and Most Losses.

A live auction follows the games with many items including Grand Canyon Railway tickets, Verde Railroad tickets, local golf games, Hassayampa Inn for one night, other gift certificates, and donated items. Proceeds will support local women's shelters and educational opportunities for women.

For tickets to this event contact: Lorrie Brooks at 772-6950, or Candy Andrews at 713-4365. Tickets are $25 and include hors d'oeuvres and two drinks.

On Sunday, May 23, the group is hosting a Wine & Beer Tasting and Auction at Mortimer's Nursery. For tickets to this event, please contact info@siprescott.

org.

Special Olympics Horse Show

Join riders and volunteers on Saturday, May 22, at 9 a.m. for the annual Special Olympics Horse Show at Horses with HEART at the 5M Ranch, 764 W. Road 1 South in Chino Valley.

The team provides training and competition horseback riding for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The state office of Special Olympics Arizona certifies the team's coaches, and the team follows its requirements and policies. 

For information, visit www.horseswithheart.org or call 928-533-

9178.





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