Voter registration event gives food to people affected by pandemic

Arizona’s number of identified COVID-19 cases has reached 217,237 (up 412 from the day before), and the number of deaths stayed steady at 5,622.



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Organizers expected about 3,000 attendees at an event on Sunday at Phoenix College that took a notable approach to registering people to vote, by offering free boxes of food and supplies. 

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The event, called “Fuel the Vote,” was hosted by When We All Vote, a national non-profit aimed at increasing voter turnout, and One Arizona, a local community organization made up of 28 partners. It aimed to help people and families who have been hard-hit by the

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Post from Community: MATC hosts Sept. 16 registration event for GED, HSED, Basic Skills and English as a Second Language Programs at Walker’s Square

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To help connect students with adult basic skills, GED, HSED and English as a Second Language courses, Milwaukee Area Technical College is hosting another in-person registration event at the college’s Education Center at Walker’s Square from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16. Students can register for English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Skills (math and writing courses), GED (General Education Development) or HSED (High School Equivalency Diploma) programs.

The Education Center at Walker’s Square is located at 816 W. National Ave., Milwaukee.

English-language classes are available at all campuses; Spanish-language opportunities are available at Walker’s Square.

Strong health and safety protocols are in place. Temperatures will be taken at the door. A mask that

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