Positively Arizona Video Stories
POSITIVELY ARIZONA VIDEOS
WHO IS "POSITIVELY ARIZONA" IN YOUR LIFE?
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ALL ABOUT "POSITIVELY ARIZONA"
Arizona is mostly associated with The Grand Canyon, the Saguaro Cactus, extreme summer temperatures, vast deserts and the seemingly endless number of golf courses. But what really sets Arizona apart is its people.
Positively Arizona is a one-and-a-half minute feature that focuses on both the "ordinary" and "extraordinary" people that make Arizona unique. These Arizonans are special because they are creating a positive impact on our daily lives, and in some cases, with no expected return for their efforts.
They are men and women, business owners, politicians, philanthropists, and personalities whose actions and work have helped shape Arizona, or simply, have brought smiles to those whose lives they've touched. AZTV's mission is to highlight these unique individuals, or groups, as a way to honor their good deeds, inspire others, and to celebrate what makes Arizona the best place to live.
These features will be aired throughout the week on AZTV and MeTV in various programs as part of our broadcast schedule.
Watch, listen and learn what makes these people Positively Arizona.
In 2015, 165 Arizona organ donors saved 433 lives. The state’s 1,163 eye donors and 1,131 tissue donors touched thousands more with their contributions.
In January 2016, Arizona started the new year with its best month for saving lives through organ donation. Twenty-eight Arizona organ donors saved 87 lives.
And the Donor Network of Arizona hopes that April will result in even more people signing up to donate as Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has proclaimed April "Donate Life Month" to raise awareness of the need for donors.
On Tuesday, March 29th, Fiesta Bowl Charities, the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority (AZSTA) and Avondale Elementary School District came together to dedicate the new 'Fiesta Bowl Field' and scoreboard at Lattie Coor Elementary and Avondale Middle Schools.
Hosting the first ever event on the field, Playworks and Future For Kids organized an hour-long field day with more than 200 children and eight different activity rotations.
The (Glendale) Cactus High School robotics team spent six weeks designing, building and programming their robot, Lil Shredder, with the guidance of their mentors in preparation for the regional competition sponsored by FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology).
Good news, Arizonans - Phoenix and Tucson are among the healthier metropolitan cities according to a new survey by the personal finance website, WalletHub.
According to a recent survey by Apartment List, the Phoenix Metropolitan Area ranks 5th among the best cities for young families.
Thirty metropolitan areas were rated based on safety (35%), housing cost (30%), school quality (25%), and child friendliness (10%).