🍕🍻Fall Food & Drink Festivals + 😻 AHS & PetSmart Team Up

Happy Wednesday everybody! Merichelle Norwood right here to fill your inbox right now with the highest tales within the Valley of the Sun.

Today’s climate: High: 108 Low: 84.

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Here are the highest tales right now in Phoenix:

1) Keeping a pet may be exhausting – Arizona Humane Society and PetSmart workforce up for non permanent shelter program.

The program gives foster look after pet homeowners throughout monetary hardship or housing insecurities

(Arizona’s Family)

2) With cooler climate approaching, foods and drinks festivals are simply across the nook. Here’s a listing of the most effective ones.

From a Garlic Fest to a Pizza Festival, to a number of Oktoberfests, there’s tons to look ahead to this fall.

(Phoenix New Times)

3) ASU Cronkite School companions with The Diversity Pledge Institute to launch DEI applications within the Valley.

“Our collaboration with The Diversity Pledge Institute will help advance Cronkite’s goals of becoming a leader in diversity, equity and inclusion while pushing for more representation throughout the journalism and strategic communication industry,” mentioned Cronkite School Dean, Dr. Battinto L. Batts Jr.

(Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication)

4) Valley teen goals to get 2,022 new blood donations by the tip of the year.

“It has to do with giving back in a way that’s tangible. You’re sending out a part of yourself into the world which makes it feel more meaningful for me,” said 16-year-old Pierce Liestenfeltz


5) Inflation impacting kids’ school lunches, and Phoenix schools scrambling to afford the soaring costs.

“Last year, for 152 slices of bread we paid about $3.80, but this year the cost is right at $6.90 for the same amount,” mentioned Shannon Gleave, the Director of Food and Nutrition at Glendale Elementary School District.


Mark your calendar:

  • Duran, Duran, Sept. 7 (Details)
  • Andrew McMahon within the Wilderness, Dashboard Confessional and The Juliana Theory, Sept. 7 (Details)
  • Flo Rida, Sept. 9 (Details)
  • The Head and The Heart, Sept. 11 (Details)
  • Rio Diablo Birding Camp with Jacob Bagley (7:30 PM)

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— Merichelle Norwood
About me: Merichelle has chronicled her many Arizona adventures since 2016. She is the Founder of the native weblog She Moves PHX. You’re most certainly to search out her munching on tacos on a Tuesday, sipping brews at an area cafe, or consuming unicorn muffins.
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