Henderson Police Officers’ Association Elect New Executive Board Officers

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The Henderson Police Officers’ Association (HPOA) recently announced their HPOA Executive Board of Officers & Trustees for 2015.

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Foundation Assisting Seniors to Hold 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

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On Monday, May 25, 2015 at the Revere Golf Club at Anthem, The Foundation Assisting Seniors (FAS) will hold their 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. The money raised will provide funding for the foundation’s programs to improve the overall quality of life of seniors in the community by ensuring that they remain as safe and comfortable as possible as they age in their homes.

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McCaw School of Mines to Celebrate 90,000th Visitor

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On March 2, 2015 at 10 a.m., Gordon McCaw Elementary School’s McCaw School of Mines will reach its 90,000th visitor since its opening in 1996. The McCaw School of Mines hosts 4th grade students from around the valley to give them a hands-on Nevada history lesson where they can pan for gold, experiment with rocks and minerals, and tour the grounds where artifacts of the past are displayed.

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American Red Cross Helping People Affected By Fire

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Scott Johnson and Jennifer Ramieh of the American Red Cross on the FOX 5 Morning Show today discussing the annual “Fire Hurts. Red Cross Helps.” Campaign! This is a year-round effort and donations are needed to assist those families displaced by home fires.

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The View: Valleywide Health News, Feb. 26-March 4, 2015

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Employees at Tronox, 560 W. Lake Mead Parkway, donated 20 units of blood Feb. 4 to United Blood Services during a companywide blood drive. Pictured is Tronox employee Gary Fuller donating blood. (Special to View)

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Inside Henderson: Local plant Tronox hosts blood drive that yields 20 units for United Blood Services

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(Pictured Above: Al Thompson, Tronox employee, donating blood to the United Blood Services during the Tronox Company Blood Drive on Feb. 4. Photo courtesy of Trosper Communications)

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FOX 5: TRONOX HOLDS BLOOD DRIVE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH UNITED BLOOD SERVICES

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Gary Fuller, Tronox employee, donating blood to the United Blood Services during Tronox’s Company Blood Drive on February 4th. Tronox held a company blood drive at their Henderson plant to encourage employees to donate blood to benefit the United Blood Services. Employees donated a total of 20 units of blood. Connie Hall, Safety Manager at the Tronox Henderson Plant and organizer of the drives, looks forward to encouraging employees to participate during each drive this year as part of their efforts to give back to the community and maintain corporate wellness.

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FOX 5: TRONOX HOLDS BLOOD DRIVE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH UNITED BLOOD SERVICES

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Al Thompson, Tronox employee, donating blood to the United Blood Services during Tronox’s Company Blood Drive on February 4th. Tronox held a company blood drive at their Henderson plant to encourage employees to donate blood to benefit the United Blood Services. Employees donated a total of 20 units of blood. Connie Hall, Safety Manager at the Tronox Henderson Plant and organizer of the drives, looks forward to encouraging employees to participate during each drive this year as part of their efforts to give back to the community and maintain corporate wellness.

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Fox 5: Tronox Holds Blood Drive in Partnership with United Blood Services

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Shana Hill (United Blood Services), Gary Fuller (Tronox Employee), Connie Hall (Tronox Safety Manager), Al Thompson (Tronox Employee), Renea Thomas (United Blood Services), and Razel Barco (United Blood Services) join together for a group photo after Tronox’s company blood drive

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Fire Engineering: Tribute To Henderson Fire Department’s Jeff Mann

Jeff Mann was hired by the Henderson Fire Department in 1989. Throughout his twenty year career, Jeff was assigned to rescues, engines companies, and truck companies. He remained a well respected senior firefighter who was committed to the community and the success of his team and the department.  His last day on the job was February 2, 2009. Twenty five days later he would lose his life to cancer. Jeff was the first firefighter to lose his life on the job at the Henderson Fire Department. Throughout his short battle he embodied courage and love for the people he worked with.

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