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By Betsy Klein
Marketing/Development Coordinator
Humane Society of Sedona


Sedona AZ (July 5, 2013) – Our volunteer Philipa Atterbury (Pip), along with many other of our wonderful volunteers, work tirelessly to place our dogs into loving homes. Pip’s pick this week is Jack who needs a home now.

Jack is a 3-year-old neutered male, Shepherd mix who needs to be an “only child”. He loves to play with toys, loves to walk and will love you all over. At HSS we call him Jitterbug Jack because he is always dancing. All Jack needs is a loving home to share his talents. His adoption fee is WAIVED!

The End of Seeking

Friday, July 5th, 2013

photo_martaadelsmanBy Dr. Marta Adelsman
Life Coach in Communication and Consciousness 
(July 5, 2013, 2013)

A lot of people come to the Sedona area because they seek spiritual enlightenment. One big reason that we pursue spiritual clarity is to decrease – and hopefully end – emotional and psychological suffering.

At the age of 16, I had a spiritual experience characterized by bliss and ecstasy. Like most spiritual experiences, it didn’t last. Much of my spiritual “journey” since then had been punctuated by longing and searching, trying to get that experience back. Read More→

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By Elisa Andreis J.D.,
Russ Lyon Sotheby’s
International Realty of Sedona

20130705_svvreSedona AZ (July 5, 2013) – Elisa Andreis of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce the recent sale of two more lots at The Aerie, 13 and lot14 for $1,450,000.

A limited number of two- to four-acre home sites are now available, ranging from the high $300,000’s to $1,000,000. The Aerie includes 41 home sites situated between Doe and Cockscomb Mountains. Residents will enjoy panoramic views of Capitol Butte and Chimney Rock, and long distance views of legendary Cathedral Rock to the south. Read More→

Dogs and Drama at the Sedona Library

Friday, July 5th, 2013

By Karen Mack, Youth Services Librarian

logo_sedonapubliclibrarySedona AZ (July 5, 2013) – Many youth programs and activities will take place during the month of July at the Library. The schedule of programs offers a lot of variety, with dogs and drama being two main themes. On any given day, kids might be making gnomes out of toilet paper rolls, belting out a musical version of Foodman with friends during story time, or reading to a Paws to Read dog. Read More→