- Deadline: September 20th!
- Cash Prizes!
- Open to students in Grades 5-12
- Tuesday, October 2nd
- “Tuesdays for Tucson”
- La Cocina
- 10% of sales proceeds to Projects for helping end systemic domestic violence. Church Ink Tattoo will be offering specials. Raffle Tickets $2/each or $7 for 5! Live music includes a set with Al Perry.
- Contact the Pima County Supervisors! Share your story about how Golden Pin Lanes is important to you. Click here for some talking points.
- Tuesday, October 2 at La Cocina from 5pm-10pm
- Friday, October 5 at Golden Pin Lanes from 6:30-8:30pm
- Saturday, October 6 at Jacobs Park Walk-A-Mile from 8am-9:30am
- Saturday, October 6 at Golden Pin Lanes from 10a-2p
- Saturday, October 6 at Jacobs Park. Registration and Pre-walk begin at 8am. Walk begins at 9:30am.
- October 5 from 6:30-8:30pm at Golden Pin Lanes. Fundraiser and Updates! Two hours of Bowling for $10. Updates at 7:30pm.
- On air with Christopher DeSimone on Wake Up, Tucson! KVOI 1030AM on Friday, September 21 at 7:30am
- (RACE ENDED) For Tucson City Council (August 28, 2017)
- (RACE ENDED) For Amphitheater Public Schools Governing Board (Nomination petitions challenged, and injunction placed by Pima County Superior Court, and affirmed by Arizona Supreme Court on September 13, 2018.)
- Contact AZ State Legislators regarding the voter registration and nomination petition statutes which disallow qualified voters from voicing their opinion.
- Prepare for Mayor or Supervisor race.
- Hanson’s and Howard’s Hisstorical Tours HaHoHiT App
- Pie, Felicia (Safe Space Project)
- Save Golden Pin Lanes
- Help end systemic domestic violence by building relationships through sharing stories, art, and perspectives.
- Help finance changes in inequitable systemic statutes in regards to voter registration and voice. We are also looking at the Mayoral Race, or the Pima County Supervisor Race!
- “Life lessons” from different experiences.
- Share your stories, art, and perspectives!
- Projects and Team Members
- Join a Project Team!
- Make a difference in our community!
Welcome Message from Felicia Chew
Thank you for visiting!
My name is Felicia Chew. I am a Mother, Teacher, and Advocate for each of us, and for all of us. I am the Founder of Felicia Chew Community Projects.
I moved to Tucson from New Mexico where I lived and taught on the Zuni Indian Reservation and also for Gallup-McKinley County Schools. I was born and raised in California, and became a helper at Esprit de la Danse; a TA for Ballet classes, Asian-American Studies classes, and Resource Classes in Davis; and taught for the Woodland Joint Unified School District, eventually becoming the District Interventions Coordinator.
In Tucson, I worked at La Baguette Bakery, the Home Depot, and I taught at the Bright Star Learning Center, the JCC, Animas Dance Center, ZUZI!, for the Amphitheater Public School District, Tucson Unified School District, Flowing Wells School District, Presidio School, and the Tucson Hebrew Academy.
I currently work as a substitute teacher and presenter, and also with “Felicia Chew Community Projects“. The three main Projects at this time focus on identifying gaps in social services and building bridges. The “Tucson Quilt Project” allows Tucsonans (and visitors) to share their messages and ideas with the community.
The “Tucson Zines” Project (pronounced ‘zeens’) provides a voice for tweens and teens in Tucson and the surrounding areas. The “Domestic Violence Support Services” Project provides education, advocacy, and outreach to victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and also to their families, and families of perpetrators.
I hope you have a great day, and I look forward to seeing you soon!
“We are each a piece of the puzzle of life. Without each of us, our picture is incomplete.”