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POST SECONDARY EDUCATION
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THE GREAT VOTER CHALLENGE
Help Increase Greenlee County Registered Voters by 10% this year!
Greenlee County has 6,276 people eligible to vote but only 4,423 are registered. That is 70%. If you are not registered, please take a minute and go to the website below and register to vote in the next election. The Great Voter Challenge is a plan to increase voter registration by at least 10% in each county before the next election.
Arizona Workforce Connection for Graham-Greenlee Counties
1910 Thatcher Blvd
Safford, AZ 85546
Phone: 928-432-6932 ext 302
300 N Coronado Blvd (Mail to PO Box 816)
Clifton, AZ 85533
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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Arizona State Braille and Talking Book Library
Reading is for Everyone
Any resident of the US who is unable to read or use regular print materials as a result of a temporary or permanent visual or physical limitation may receive Talking Books and a free Digital Reader. They can be mailed directly to your homes and it is a free service. If you have any questions, please contact your local library for details or call 1-800-255-5578 or visit the State Website.
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Promote brain development in children ages 0 to 5 through play
Brain Boxes are actual boxes filled with activities that encourage healthy brain development in children ages 0 to 5 years. Parents and/or caregivers are able to participate in these activities and learn about extensions and variations of these activities that they can do at home. Activities involve touch, sight, sound, and lots of play. Playing is how children learn. Available for in-library use at Duncan. For more information click on the blocks.