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Page 6 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona September 21, 2011 FLORENCE - On department encourages Wednesday, Sept. 7, the the public's attendance Board of Supervisors ac- and involvement during cepted three proposed the upcoming redistricting redistricting maps for Pinal meetings. People who at- County to be presented for tend the meetings will have public comment, an opportunity to provide The 2010 Census found their input on the proposed that Pinal County's popu- district boundaries and ask lation is at 375,770. By questions of the elections law. Pinal County will department. now have to add two new More information on supervisors. The proposed redistricting and the pro- redistricting maps reflect posed district maps can be the change by containing found on Pinal County's five supervisorial districts, website (shortened url) at: Pinal County Elections 623wi. Resi- Affordable, Independent Living For Seniors Age 62+ The best time in life is when you can relax and enjoy the good life you have earned. Our apartment homes offer a blend of comfort, convenience, and affordability! dents who cannot attendlow Boulevard any the meetings can also Superior - Monday, Sept. offer their comments on- 26, 6 p.m. at the Pinal line as well at the same url County Justice Court, 60 address. East Main Street The redistricting meetings Eloy - Tuesday, Sept. 27, will be: 6 p.m. at the Eloy City San Tan Valley - Friday, Council Chambers, 628 Sept. 23.6 p.m. at Walker North Main Street Butte Elementary School, Saddlebrooke Thurs- 29697 North Desert Wil- day, Sept. 29, 2 p.m. at 4-H is an organization made up of more than six million persons, children and adults, working in a positive manner toward the goal of developing and empowering young persons, through purposeful learning based on needed real life skills that benefit home life, mentorship and .lC Input on, the HOA #1 Club House Coyote Room, 64500 East Saddlebrooke Drive San Manuel- Thursday, , Sept. 29, 6 p.m. at the Pinal County Administra- tion Building, 28230 South Veterans Memorial Bou- levard The public may attend any of these meetings and ment to community involvement. It is also in Arizona the youth development program for the University of Arizona. College of Agriculture and life science, cooperative Extension. Those youths who are ages 9 -19, as of Jan. 1, are encouraged to join 4-H and experience the benefits of enrichment and hands-on learning irf a safe environment. Come sign up on Monday. Oct. 3, at 5 p.m. at Jules Salon, 1675 American Avenue, Oracle. The cost of joining is the cost of the project materials you will need and an annual program management fee of $15 per child. What offer their input on the new redistricting maps. For more information, please call the Pinal County Citi- zens Help Center at (520) 509-3555. Editor's Note: The three proposed redistricting maps can also be found on our website at www.cop- projects are offered depend on the Leaders, but may include activities related to Beef, Lamb, Veal, Rabbit, Poultry and Photography. For more information, please call Club Leader Jessica Riley at 520-820- 9750 or Co-Club Leader and Lamb Leader Julie Riley at 520-237-9464. Some of our amenities & features include: Spacious 1-BR floor plans HUD-subsidized rents Utility allowances On-site service coordinator On-site office Meals-on-Wheels Emergency call system Beautiful mountain views FREE laundry!! move-in Arboretum 199 W. Gray Drive Superior, AZ 85173 George Orwell's Animal Farm; Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls; Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary; Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye; J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings Trilogy; Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time; William Golding's Lord of the Flies; Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings; Lois' Lowry's The Giver; Jodi Piccoult's My Sister "s Keeper. What do these books have in common? Some of these could have (and probably did) appeared on the 100 best works of fiction list that wasa'eleased several years back. Actually, these and many others were banned around the United States. Banned Books Week (t~BW) will be celebrated at the San Call Today! Manuel Junior-Senior High 520-689-8095 I"ttey, San Manuel Elks, what'sf0roSUpper?" s oo, Sept. 26-30. This is an annual event [ ~..~www'ncr'rg/superirarbretum ! ~ g~,.,~ ~~ read and the importance celebrating the freedom tOof the First Amendment. ! ~~~~ Held during the last week of September, Banned Books I I- PROPERTI Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to / ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA & NEVADA I I information while drawing /I Phoenix, AZ- October 11, 2011- 10:00 A.M. II attention to the harms of /I POT/MaT. Sale site: Hilton Suites Phoenixl II ~- censorship by spotlighting l[ 10 East Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85012 I actual or attempted banning |]Las Vegas, NV, October 12, 2011 . 4 p.M. PDT Sale site: / / 0~~_)m[~]~D'" _ of books across the United /I Spring Hill Suites, Las Vegas Convention Center, [ States. ~[ 2989 Paradise ad., Las Vegas, NV 89109l] Intellectual freedom--the / Residential: Homes, Townhouses, Lots & Land I freedom to access information /Comrn: Bldgs, Bank Branches, Carwash, Small & kg AC TractsI i andinformationeXpress ideaS,and ideaseVenmightif the [ NO BUYER'S PREMIUM I be considered unorthodox I I Broker Compensation Available / or unpopula~provides the / foundation for Banned Books Week. BBW stresses the importance of ensuring the availability of unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints for all who wish to read and access them. The books featured during Banned Books Week have been targets of attempted banning. Fortu. nately, while some books were banned or restricted, in a majority of cases the books were not banned, all thanks to the efforts of librarians, teachers, booksellers and members of the community to retain the books in the library collections. Imagine how many more books might be challenged--and possibly banned or restricted--if librarians, teachers, and booksellers across the country did not use Banned Books Week each year to teach the importance of our First Amendment rights and the power of literature and to draw attention to the danger that exists when restraints are imposed on the availability of information in a free society. High school librarian Maria Lopez invites students in to see some books that have been challenged or banned in other parts of the country and world. You tan'also check out some of these books by visiting a used or new bookstore. - - ................. '" I',l" 7"/1 .......,