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Linda & Randal Farrar and family wish to invite you to our OPEN HOUSE on Friday, March 9, 2012, 4:00pm - 7:00pm.

Join us for a casual walk through of our wonderful new home plus food and drinks. We thank each and everyone of you. Please feel free to swing by if you are not available that tonight. Call Linda, 928-920-9890. The Farrar's live in the back of 845 S 3rd Avenue, Yuma, AZ 85364

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Thank you for your generous support of the Miss Linda House "Project. Your many kindnesses over the years are appreciated. This home brings me so much joy I can never say. Thank you too many times.

Like other dance students across the globe, the Kofa High School students watch their instructor as she yells, counts and waives her arms.
But the instructor, Linda Farrar, cannot physically show the dancers the right steps. She suffers from multiple sclerosis and is confined to a motorized scooter. But that doesn't stop her from helping others learn what she loves. Farrar was a dancer and dance instructor for most of her life. She owned and taught classes at Dancer's Workshop and also founded Yuma Ballet Theatre. danceteacher.jpg She has returned to teach dance at Kofa after previously teaching dance and gymnastics at the school in the 1970s. Farrar was diagnosed with mul-tiple sclerosis 18 years ago and, although the illness has slowed her down, she hasn't let it stop her.
Project HOPE and Miss Linda Need YOUR HELP TODAY!

The goal of YSCA HOPE's first project is to make Linda's residence safe and handicap friendly.

Our plans include constructing an addition of a handicap bathroom, kitchen and family room including remodeling to her existing residence to provide a complete living space that is accessible, free of safety hazards and code compliant, so that "Miss Linda" can live a more safe and normal quality of life in her home. As Linda's mobility has decreased over the years, Linda's residence, built in the 1930's has become very difficult and dangerous for her to live in. Because the existing narrow doorways, hallways, small kitchen, laundry and bathrooms are difficult for Linda to maneuver in her motorized wheelchair, the simplest of tasks can be exhausting to her and further adds to the fatigue caused by the disease.

Please support the Miss Linda Project by:

Credit card donations can be made on PayPal through this link

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Make checks payable to
"Miss Linda's Home"
Trust and mail to:

YSCA HOPE
2741 S. 8th Avenue
Yuma, Arizona, 85364

Cash or Checks can
also be dropped off at:

Chase Bank
Miss Linda's Home Trust Account #891407397
170 W 16th Street
Yuma, Arizona 85364

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Yuma Southwest Contractors Association is a non-profit, trade association serving Southwest Arizona and surrounding states. YSCA was created in 2002 out of a need for local representation in the construction industry. The Association serves over 300 members throughout 5 states and is supervised by a local Board of Directors along with an Executive Director and 2 full time employees.

Learn More About "Miss Linda" Project.

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