SAACA plans 2010 summer concert series
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance will sponsor its third summer concert series on Friday evenings in the lower level garden at La Encantada on E. Skyline Dr. to benefit arts education in area schools.
All events will begin at 7 pm.
The series begins May 14 with the Bryan Dean Trio, a blues group with touches of jazz, rock and roll and R&B, followed by Julie Anne, a jazz vocalist, on May 28.
Joe Bourne & Friends will perform jazz and blues tunes on June 11, and Amber Norgaard, a folk singer with a big voice, will be featured June 25.
The Latin jazz group Soulero will perform July 9, and on July 23 country dance band Last Call Girls will perform.
Los Esquineros with pianist Amilcar Guevara will present fusion jazz on August 6, and the Jive Bombers, a blues and jazz group, will perform August 20.
Heather O'Day and her quartet will perform jazz standards September 3, Jovert Steel Drum Band will play September 17, and the Bill Ganz Western Band will perform October 1.
Volunteers sought by Interfaith Community Services
Interfaith Community Services is looking for volunteers to help assist individuals in the area.
ICS is a volunteer-based nonprofit that provides food and emergency financial assistance to Pima County residents in need and assists seniors and disabled people with Mobile Meals.
Volunteers are needed to answer phones, greet visitors and assist with clerical tasks at the ICS office at 2820 W. Ina Rd. Volunteers also are needed to call homebound seniors and disabled individuals to check on their welfare, drive them to medical appointments or the grocery store, and help them read their mail, pay their bills or organize paperwork.
ICS also needs volunteers to pick up and deliver Mobile Meals north of Roger Road.
Interested persons should contact ICS volunteer coordinator Sandi Brickley at 297-2738, ext. 217 or email@example.com.
SAHBA to hold charity event
Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (SAHBA) will host its annual Carnival de Golfe charity golf tournament May 22 at Omni Tucson National Golf Resort & Spa.
Registration will begin at 6:30 a.m., followed by tee-off at 7:30 a.m. Lunch and awards will be at noon.
There is a $150 fee to enter the tournament, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Hearth Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing shelter for homeless women with children.
The tournament, which has been raising money for local charities since 1995, is organized and run by SAHBA member volunteers.