Mayor Harry Oberg asks the community to ride to work with him
You can ride to work with the Prescott Mayor. This event starts at 7 tomorrow morning at the shopping center on West Gurley Street behind the CASA Sanchez restaurant. Bicyclists will leave Gurley to Summit Avenue to Goodwin Street and ending at City Hall on South Cortez Street. Helmets are required and Prescott Alternative Transportation will have some extras available. Ride to Work with the Mayor is being done as part of Prescott Bike Month. Participants can celebrate with Mayor Harry Oberg Prescott’s recent bicycle related accomplishments, including the General Plan supporting non-motorized transportation, an updated Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan, pedestrian safety projects and updated engineering standards for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Local youth can look for a job in one easy location
Area youth can learn about what kind of jobs are available. The Yavapai College Regional Economic Development Center, Goodwill of Central Arizona and the Yavapai County Juvenile Justice Center are hosting a Youth Career and Job Fair at 1 tomorrow afternoon. Attendees can get information about careers, apply for part-time, full-time, temporary or summer jobs and meet with representatives from business, healthcare, non-profit and military organizations. Professional attire is strongly recommended. The Career and Job Fair will be held at the Yavapai Juvenile Justice Center, located on Prescott Lakes Parkway.