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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘Tumbleweed’

Families Giving Back: Help local homeless families

Since opening its doors in 1964, UMOM New Day Centers has been dedicated to helping homeless families in Phoenix. This year, UMOM acquired Tumbleweed, a nonprofit that helps homeless youth, and the organization continues to work to prevent and end homelessness with innovative strategies and housing solutions. “Our ultimate goal is to be a leader […]

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Homeless teens find shelter, and hope, at Tumbleweed

Tonight and every night, at least 600 young people in Arizona will find themselves sleeping on the streets. They are homeless — runaways, castoffs, troubled teens — with no place to go. The reasons they’re on the streets are as different as they are, but for every story there’s a common thread: They all need […]

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Seasons of change

After enjoying a performance by the Metropolitan Men’s Chorus, which included songs from Tony Award-winning musicals, Lynn Trimble enjoys the QSpeak/Tumbleweed collaboration that resulted in the June 3, 2011 benefit performance of At the End of the Day in Scottsdale.

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Play it forward

A unique collaboration between Arizona students, an Arizona theater company and two Arizona non-profits results in two original works of theater that couple arts with activism to raise money for a pair of good causes.

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Choosing a performing arts college

As her daughter Lizabeth weighs which of three colleges to attend this fall, Lynn Trimble checks in with a Valley theater professional for tips on choosing a performing arts college.

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Definition of a dream

Call the babysitter! Lynn Trimble previews the 2011 Phoenix Fringe Festival– featuring unique works of theater, including a piece created and performed with homeless youth who share their “definition of a dream.”

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Fun with art & festivals

This time of year, we all want to be particularly efficient. Stage Mom Lynn Trimble suggests Valley festivals and other events that’ll make being efficient a whole lot more fun.

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