Thank you, Camp VerdePosted on 04/12/2014
For the past 37 years the Camp Verde Kiwanis Club, people just like you, have joined together to help those who need it most. Children from the earliest ages, the youth in our community, and even our seniors, have benefited from your community support. We have just completed our second Bea Richmond Memorial 5K Walk and we want to sincerely thank everyone that participated.
Bea Richmond 5K back in Camp VerdePosted on 03/30/2014
In December 2012, the Camp Verde Kiwanis sponsored the first Bea Richmond Memorial 5K walk/run. On April 5, they will sponsor the second Bea Richmond Memorial 5K walk/run. The event, said Camp Verde Kiwanis boardmember Pat Schultz, "combines those precepts of healthy living and supporting music in our local schools.
2014 Verde Pride Awards: Kaitlyn Witt, Student of the YearPosted on 03/14/2014
American Heritage Academy senior Kaitlyn Witt is this year’s Verde Pride recipient in the Student of the Year category. VVN/Bill Helm
AHA 6th Grader Takes Fourth in Yavapai County Spelling BeePosted on 02/19/2014
A sixth-grader at American Heritage Academy-Camp Verde Campus, who finished fourth. Forty students participated in the bee representing district, charter, private and home school groups.
American Heritage Academy senior travels to India to complete homework assignmentPosted on 02/15/2014
All high school seniors at American Heritage Academy (AHA), in Cottonwood, are required to complete a "Senior Community Outreach Project" as part of their High School graduation requirements. For one senior, Kaitlyn Witt, this assignment took her on a journey to India, which not only changed her life, but also changed the lives of 30 widows and 20 young girls living in the improvised villages in India.
AHA Students Jump Rope to Save LivesPosted on 02/04/2014
American Heritage Academy in partnership with the American Heart Association will celebrate the "35th Anniversary Jump Rope for the Heart" community service learning program and fundraiser. On February 10th through 13th, kindergarten through 6th grade students will jump rope to raise awareness and heart research funds to lower the risks of America’s #1 and #4 killers: heart disease and stroke.