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November 30, 2011 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Page 7 Entries sou, Your local Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks are now accepting applications for the light parade, which must be turned in by Dec. 14, at the latest, for what everyone is hoping will be the best and brightest one by far. If you are interested obtaining an application, you may ask for one from Tom Miller at the Elks Lodge, or find it at the San Manuel Fire Department am or Rotary Club. There is no fee for entering, though donations will be gladly accepted. The parade is set for Dec. 17. Parade participants will meet at the lower shopping center, at copious quantities of hot The next meeting of between 6 and 6:30 p.m. cocoa, apple cider andthe San Manuel Elks, in At 7 p.m. the parade will cookies, which will beregards to this parade, will travel up McNab to the available. Christmas carols take place at their lodge on high school dirt parking may be sung. Awards will Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. Anyone lot where everyone will be given out at this time, and everyone in the Tri- gather by a warming fire though, probably not for Community area is invited and, if they wish, consume the singing, to attend. The Oracle Women's Network has partnered with the Copper Corridor Business Success Center (CCBSC) to provide social media training to the members of their networking group. The classes have been designed to allow for hands on facilitation and have provided the business owners the opportunity to learn more about how social media can impact theirbusiness. Those planning businesses. The next On attending the course course is scheduled for are encouraged to bring Monday, Dec. 5, at 9 a.m. their laptop computers. The classes art held at the The classes are being Family First Pregnancy taught by Mila Lira an Care Center, 1575 West instructor for the Copper American Avenue, Oracle. Corridor Business Success The next class will include Center. The CCBSC instruction on how to use offers free business Twitter and Facebook for training seminars and 000 one on one business consulting to the residents and business owners in the Copper Corridor communities. For more information on the CCBSC visit them online at http://www. or you can contact the CCBSC at 520-490-8433. The Arizona Medical Eye Unit, from the Lions Vision Center, Inc., will be giving eye exams in Mammoth at the Lions Club, 115 South Main Street, on Saturday, Dec. 10. -The charge per patient is $40, which covers all the units operational expenses. Only 20 to 30 persons can be seen. so those with suspected eye problems should call 487-2647 to set an appointment, as soon as possible. The Arizona Medical Eye Unit is sponsored by the Arizona Opthalmologic Society and, for this visit, by the San Pedro Valley Lions Club. Arizona Opthamologists in private practice volunteer their time on the unit, with no enumeration. Young Cooper Dale, accompanied by big sister Mia, was the first to mail his letter to Santa Claus this year. Special mailboxes can be found at Oracle Market, the Mammoth Public Library, the San Manuel Library and, of course, at the San Manuel Miner office. Santa has also set up a special email address if you want to send your wishes to him electronically. The email address is santa And please when emailing include the town where you live so that your letter can be published in the right newspaper. Hurry and get your letters in quick so they can be forwarded to the North Pole in plenty of time for the big day. Cooper, who is 4, and Mia, who is 6, are the children of Jessica and Matt Dale of San Manuel. Cooper has asked Santa for a new Jeep and Mia would please like an iPod. (Jennifer Carnes photo) Members of the Oracle Women's Network hear a presentation about social media. (Clare Grochocki photo) If you have been taking ACTOS (Pioglitazone) and have been diagnosed with Bladder Cancer or are experiencing the following symptoms: Blood in Urine, Urinary Urgency, Pain in Urination, Back or Abdominal Pain Call us immediately at 877.369.8800, as you may have a legal claim. Your personal, professional consultation is FREE Moeller Law Office 3433 E, Fort Lowell, Ste 105 Tucson, AZ 85716 While this firm maintains joint responsibility, most cases are referred to other attorneys for principal responsibility.