AmigosNAZ January 2014

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Published by:
Frank Moraga
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
20 pages Saddle-stitched
Casa Northern Arizona, cocina, Coconino County, cultura, culture, español, Flagstaff, food, health, hispanic, holiday, Home, LATINO, leadership, Manifesto Project, Religion, salud

The January 2014 bilingual edition of AmigosNAZ opens with a cover story on the key role the Hispanic community played in the region's cultural and immigration reform political scene in 2013. The edition also includes a commentary on an award earned by the youth-driven Manifesto Project, which seeks to create the leaders of tomorrow; information on Coconino County Community Services' "Basic Business Empowerment" class beginning Jan. 11; details on "Exemplary Teacher" awards presented to five Northern Arizona University alumni; cold weather tips for pets and livestock provided by Coconino County Health Services District; information on healthy resolutions for the year ahead; ideas to help children transition from a crib to a bed; ideas on how to flood proof your home; and suggestions for cooking healthier comfort foods. All this and more brought to you by AmigosNAZ — Providing information for and about the vibrant Latino community in Northern Arizona.

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