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OASIS Instructor Applications Deadline July 29

OASIS Instructor Applications Deadline July 29

| June 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Tucson OASIS draws it’s instructors from the Tucson community. No special degrees are necessary. Instructors can be anyone who has some knowledge in the arts, humanities, or technology and likes to teach and share with others. Classes run the gamut of interests from mosaic tile to current events to Facebook. OASIS members are 50+, and […]

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Pollinator Week In Tucson

Pollinator Week In Tucson

| June 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

Tohono Chul Park, Bat Conservation International, and The Audubon Society have teamed up for National Pollinator Week featuring a digital photography contest and a week full of free educational lectures. The lectures, on landscaping for pollinators, hummingbirds, bees and other related topics, are presented by various local experts and authors and held in the Educational […]

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Mission Statements

Mission Statements

| June 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

I like Mission Statements. Mission Statements capture the essence of an organization’s purpose and reason for existence. It  reflects the most altruistic wishes and goals. Many nonprofits were started because of a founder’s deep personal tragic circumstance, or of someone’s appreciation of the healing and cultural value of the arts, or sometimes in just seeing […]

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OASIS Unveils New Website & Mission Focus

OASIS Unveils New Website & Mission Focus

| May 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

The OASIS Institute rolled out a new website interface this week along with a new mission statement and focus. OASIS is one of the nation’s largest nonprofits geared for the 50+ age , and is well known for producing a wide range of inexpensive community classes in the arts, humanities, and technology each year. OASIS’ […]

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GTL Throws Tucson’s Largest Community Picnic, Together Tucson

GTL Throws Tucson’s Largest Community Picnic, Together Tucson

| May 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

Several hundred Tucsonans attended Together Tucson today at the U of A Mall. Participants lounged in the grass listening to music and guest speakers, painted tiles in the Ben’s Bells tent, and strolled through the nonprofit booths. The event was sponsored by the nonprofit organization Greater Tucson Leadership. I was completely impressed by the volunteers […]

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