You're invited to Mosh for Mental Health on Friday, September 7, at the Rialto Theatre! Six of Tucson's favorite heavy metal bands will play to benefit CTF's employment programs, including Cafe 54 and Our Place Clubhouse. Pick up your $5 tickets at Cafe 54, at ReThreads, from the Rialto, or from participating bands. Doors open 6:30 pm. Hosted by the Tucson Maidens of Metal and Local Love.
Hello, OPC members at large! You're invited to this year's Christmas dinner. As usual, we hold it the day of the holiday, on Monday, December 25. You can come at noon for the meal, or as early as 8:30 am to help prepare the food and spend time with your colleagues. Guests are welcome. RSVP is recommended, but not necessary (call the Clubhouse at 884-5553). Hope to see you there!
I prefer to have distilled water because I read up on the negative effects of fluoride in our tap water. Even the filtered water does not live up to its hype. From what I read and been told none of the filters on the market remove any of the fluoride. This is my research and I encourage you to do your own. I'm trying improve my own health. I want to know what is going into my body. Let's all get healthy together. Here is a little joke to add some healthy laughter.....A jumper cable walks into a bar and asks for a beer. The bartender says Okay! but don't START anything!!
I'm currently researching and learning about its benefits. Stay tuned. By the way here is a little joke for you all. "Why did the pirate throw a barrel of rootbeer into the ocean? Because he heard it would make a great float. :D
Jobs Club is for everyone and I really love the spirit of the people that come each week. The flyer says "Whether you’re working, looking for work, or just wanting to support a working pal, all are welcome." Now that is the kind of spirit that makes awesome things happen.
Thanks to everyone who attended Coyote TaskForce's first annual fundraising event!
An especially huge thanks to our sponsors for the event:
Your support is vital to our mission of serving Tucson's community!
A special thanks to photographer Takara N. Tatum for her skills and time at the event. Here are a few photos from the event—check them out and save the date for next year!
Proceeds benefited Coyote TaskForce's employment support services for adults in recovery from mental illness.