Pub recommended for liquor license

The owner of Mac’s Pub & Patio, a new restaurant in the Continental Shopping Plaza, has received a liquor license recommendation from the Pima County Board of Supervisors. 

The board on Tuesday voted in favor of a recommendation for Christopher James Macauley for a new liquor license for the space formerly occupied by Trivetti’s Restaurant. 

The ultimate decision rests with the Arizona Department of Liquor License and Control, which generally follows the recommendations of local authorities. His company is called Macauley Concepts LLC and the ACC records say he formed the company in 2009 and is the sole owner. 

Friends in Deed plans more Tucson trips

Friends in Deed is now making weekly trips to Trader Joe’s in Tucson because of overwhelming demand. 

Weekly trips being Oct. 16, and continue and every Tuesday until Christmas, Executive Director Joe Roth said. The free shuttle also will go to Tucson Mall and Park Place Mall, alternating every other week on Thursdays. Previously scheduled trips to the malls on Oct. 9 and to Trader Joe’s on Oct. 16 and 29 will remain as scheduled. Several other trips also are scheduled. 

For information on the new schedule or to make reservations, call Friends In Deed Transportation at 625-4424. Reservations can be made as far in advance as they have trips scheduled. You can also see the schedule on the Friends in Deed website at www.fid-gv.org or watch for our Friends in Deed Friday social hour and van schedule ads in the Green Valley News.

PCOA lecture looks at medicines

Pima Council on Aging presents its monthly resilience lecture “The Importance of Credible Medicines” from 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday at the Canoa Hills Social Center, 3660 S. Camino del Sol.

Dr. Raymond Woosley will discuss ways to reap maximum benefit from prescribed medications and will discuss the importance of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and family members being connected to share patient medication information.

 The lecture is free and open to the public.

 

WGHS holding first homecoming events

Walden Grove High School will have its first-ever homecoming festivities this weekend, with a variety of activities centered around Friday’s 7 p.m. varsity football game against Sequoia Charter School. During the school day, there will be a pep assembly. In the evening, set-up for a parade starts at 4:45 p.m., with the parade itself following at 6 p.m. and tailgating from 6 p.m. until the game starts at 7 p.m. Public welcome. 

Halftime festivities will include the crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen and the Class Cup presentation.