APRIL 9, 2014

Community Briefs

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Teen volunteers needed
The library is looking for energetic and responsible teens, 14-17 years old, to assist with the Summer Reading Program and other special library projects in June and July.
Teens will earn volunteer credit, as well as valuable work experience. Volunteers at Mustang and Civic Center Library will be mentoring young readers this summer in our Reading Buddies programs! Volunteer applications will be available in the library and on the website through April 30. Visit www.ScottsdaleLibrary.org. Apply Today!

Summer alternative for youth
Youth ages 11-17 can spend their summer working with horses, managing traffic, testing water, assisting senior citizens, or programming at summer camps through the City of Scottsdale’s youth volunteer program, Youth Corps. There will be an open house on April 15 at Mountain View Community Center for anyone interested in applying for the program. Applications must be received by April 30. All new applicants will go through an interview process prior to placement in the program. Call the Youth Corps office at 480-312-8376 for more information.

"Coolwater Uncorked On The Piazza", a Viva Italia Fundraiser!!!
On Friday evening, April 25 at 6:30 p.m., for just $25 per person, you can enjoy an evening of fun and educational wine tasting, while raising money for a good cause.    Sommelier, Lori Coleman, will be presenting various samplings of 5 delicious wines, each accompanied by a light Italian appetizer.  Live music will be provided by David Sheehy on his magical acoustic guitar. All proceeds will benefit Streetlight USA - local transitional housing for victims of child trafficking.   Streetlight staff will be in attendance to educate participants on this universal issue. Coolwater Christian Church located at 28181 N. 56th Street in Scottsdale (SE corner of 56th Street and Dynamite). Space is limited. Call 480-510-8203 or e-mail lensign54@gmail.com