For the past 16 years, Horsense has provided fourth graders with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take care of, and learn about horses — engaging the students in respect, responsibility and character development.
Over the last year 3,219 Scottsdale souls sought help to keep the lights on, put food on the table and provide for loved ones many say are largely taken for granted by those who have, compared to those who have not. [Read more…]
The Scottsdale Charros are seeking applications from local schools and non-profit organizations in need of funding for its 2017 Charro Foundation Grant. [Read more…]
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a disease that cares nothing for where you come from, the person you are or the things you have done in the past. [Read more…]
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, May 24, to formally and publicly announce the name change of their club located in the Paiute Neighborhood Center from Paiute Branch to Scottsdale Charros Branch. [Read more…]
The Scottsdale Charros honored the 2017 Scottsdale Unified School District Outstanding Students and Educators, Scottsdale Community College Educator of the Year, and The Charro Foundation scholarship and fellowship recipients during April.
Network’s Greg Amsinger and Harold Reynolds learn more about the growth of the Charro Lodge from Scottsdale Charros
In a room full of strangers during her first week at Arizona State University, Aimee Yates quickly calculated the answer to a hefty request from her new professor: share a secret.
On any night in Maricopa County more than 5,000 people experience the phenomena of homelessness.
Many say that knowledge is power and what you do with that knowledge helps you shape the world around you.
The Scottsdale Charros agree.