Ralph Terry, a docent at Saguaro National Park, tells us that in November, thel Park will be publishing its calendar. We will report it here. Watch for it.
Written by Suzanne McAllister I got my first taste of weaving when, as a teenager in high school in Australia, I took an elective class in home economics and part of the course was either sewing, knitting or weaving. I chose weaving, as my efforts at knitting and weaving were [...]
Curb to Curb Water at Civano & Zenith Everyone has been talking about wanting rain. Well, today, apparently is THE day. Yesterday the chance of rain was 90%; and nada. Today, it was 70%. Go figure! Two to four years ago, during rains, we experienced substantial water flow [...]
Written by: Jerry Walker with inputs from Ada Have to have a valid license to drive this road Well, when you realize that if you are 65 years or older, you must renew your driver’s license every five years – no problem! Until you realize that you will [...]
By Town Crier Staff Bob Small, Civano HOA President, address the gathering With the paving finally completed in front of Civano, the new road was dedicated by representatives of the city (Mayor Jonathan Rothschild), Ward 4 (Shirley Scott), individuals of the construction companies and members of the Regional [...]
By Susan Call When Civano was being designed as a new community, its planners made the decision that some of its streets would honor local Tucson leaders. People were recongized for their contributions to the city in areas such as peace keeping (Sixto Molino, the Royalstons), and civic improvements (Cele [...]
By: Ada Walker – August 2014 In January friends of Jerry's and mine in Southern California introduced us to their new hobby – growing vegetables in a VegTrug from Gardners Supply. They were having so much fun, and we were immediately addicted! We ordered a VegTrug along with many other [...]
by: Jerry Walker, Commodore, Pima Micro Yacht Club Three years ago, the Civano Model Yacht Club was formed over coffee by Bill Brown, Jerry Robertson and myself, Jerry Walker. Two years ago, we changed our name to the Pima Micro Yacht Club to reflect our broad Tucson representation. Since then [...]