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Located at: 650 N Estrella Pkwy, Goodyear, Arizona, United States
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We will engage ALL of your guests with sing-alongâs, dancing, instrument play, birthday favorites, and much more!! It's not only a musical performance for childrenâit's interactive fun that gets all ages from infants to grandparents laughing and joining in!The party includes either 30 or 45 Minutes of Singing, Dancing, High-Energy interactive Instrument play including: Shakers, Sticks, Scarves, Drums, Tambourines, Clatterpillars, Rainsticks, Maracas, Triangles, Bells, and more!!!!
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BIOGRAPHY OF Sheri Reni' Carter BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY - "Prepare and Persist" MISSION STATEMENT - My mission is to use my business expertise to assist budding entrepreneurs and small non profits obtain their goals Sheri Reni' Wynn-Carter, named after a 1940's French dance hall queen, was born in Cleveland Ohio in 1950 with a great sense of humor... Her parents, Raleigh and Gloria Wynn met at Tennessee State University where they both attended. Coming from a strong educational background, and the fact that her maternal grandmother Rose Biddix, was one of the first black business women in Cleveland; Sheri grew up with a love for reading, learning, and a desire to become a business owner. This background has encouraged Sheri to pursue her goals and dreams. Sheri attended Tennessee State University in 1968, majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Sciences and went on to the University of Tennessee to take accounting. Her love for computers prompted her to learn computer programming and data entry at the State Technical Institute of Knoxville in 1982. While employed with East Tennessee Baptist Hospital (1980-1986), she became trained in Medical Terminology, Personnel Management/Benefits Coordination, Management Development, Employment Concepts, Increasing Productivity, Staff Discipline, Delegation and Decision Making, Communications/Human Relations, The Role of the Supervisor, and Motivation/Authority/Accountability. With a desire to learn more, Sheri attended many seminars and workshops for continuing education with every company she became employed with. In 1989 through Career Systems Development Corporation she began a series of training on the federal level for Mediation, Federal Contract Compliance, Union Negotiating, Federal Wage and Hour Compliance, EEO/Affirmative Action Planning, OSHA Regulations and Compliance, and Sexual Harassment Prevention training. Beginning in 1995, as she began her work with the community foundation, The Appalachian Community Fund, Sheri became trained in Special Event Planning, presented by David Nelson, with an emphasis on Planning, Marketing and Management of Special Events, in Nashville, TN (February 1996); Fund Raising, presented by Kim Klein at Highlander Educational Center - New Market, TN (March 1997), and attended the Southern Institute for Popular Education Conference, presented by "Project South" an Atlanta based social justice organization (July 1997), a full week of training presented by social activist from across the nation. As Program Director for People Empowering People Project, in 2002 she completed the Center for Non Profit Management's six-month course for Non Profit Management. This CBO Institute Training Series encompassed Grant Writing, Taking Care of Your Most Valuable Assets: Human Resource Management, Developing a Nonprofit Board and An Introduction to Financial Management, (January - June 2002) receiving her certificate of training. Her independent study has involved the following: HIV Prevention: Bridging Theory and Practice - Applying Behavioral Theory to STD/HIV Prevention sponsored by Knoxville Cares and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (November 2001), Connecting People and Resources: HIV/AIDS Information Resources - Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine (February 2002). She is a Certified "Be Smart Kids" Instructor (April 2002), Ora-Sure Test Training (an HIV testing procedure) (May 2002), and is a Certified "Active Parenting 1-2-3-4" Instructor (May 2002). For more than thirty-five years, armed with her business background and a mission to help others, Sheri has built a successful business, become a trainer in Professional Development and Workforce Readiness, and served as Program Director for a non profit organization. She has successfully written grants for non profits, and has helped small businesses and non profit organizations develop their organizations from Board Development to implementation of effective programs to human resources development and company policies and procedures. Her successes stem from her firmly incorporated work ethics, oral and written communication skills, strong organizational skills, and vision. After working more than twenty-five years in various industries, she decided it was time to follow her dream. While employed as Human Resource Manager, with a company which operated a Job Corps program she visualized a more effective way of preparing the students for the "world of work". Since the process was different than what had been utilized by the company, she called her business "Unique Systems Incorporated". While raising two wonderfully understanding children, the company evolved from assisting young students prepare for the work world, to transcribing clinical notes for hospitals and psychiatric physicians, to assisting Residential Care Facilities with management, scheduling and employee issues; which is how the business survived during its development. Though the company went through tremendous growing pains, the primary focus remained the same..."How do I use my expertise in helping others?" Never forgetting her philosophy on business "prepare and persist", and armed with her past experience as Laboratory Business Manager in organizational and human resources management with East Tennessee Baptist Hospital, and the management of a multi-faceted construction company, Tam Incorporated, Unique Systems Incorporated (USI) quickly grew into a "hands on" firm. Under Sheri's leadership, USI began providing technical assistance to other small businesses, new business start-ups, and designing effective programs for small day care centers. Her growing expertise in effecting "change management" was instrumental in the company being asked to serve on local and state planning committees for several Minority Economic Development Week conferences, becoming the first conference's special events facilitator, as well as a presenter to several of the business workshops in the second and third conferences. With the assistance of two MBA students from the University of Tennessee, in 1993, USI wrote and presented its own business workshop at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Knoxville. This one-day, paid training (Building Blocks to a Better Business Plan) was presented to twenty-five attendees. The presentation of this workshop created a long list of clients for USI. Several of these clients, attendees of a community Entrepreneurial School, contracted with USI to help in their development of a business plan, wherein, a successful plan would be awarded $5000.00 seed to begin their business. Each of the four students was awarded the stipend to assist with their business start-ups. During this period Sheri served on the planning committee for a "microloan" program, presented by Brian Mayfield (The Mayfield Dairy Farms Corporation), and implemented by the City of Knoxville and the Knoxville Area Urban League. Hired as the special event planner for the tenth-year anniversary with the Appalachian Community Fund, Sheri served in many capacities. She was eventually asked by the Board of Directors to take the position of Associate Director of this grassroots public foundation, where she assisted the Board Chair in compiling the "Ten Year Anniversary Journal". Through her work with the foundation, she developed an even stronger sense of community. Sheri served as Adjunct Instructor in Professional Development for the Knoxville Area Urban League's workforce training program, benefiting residents of area housing projects. She became involved with many other community projects from petitioning the City to enforce laws to stop waste dumping in the Graves Street community, to being an outspoken advocate during the start up of the Empowerment Zone project in the City of Knoxville. Her community involvement continued during her work with the Community Health Care Clinics providing grant writing and organizational development for their non profit programs and Human Resource/Organizational Management within the Clinic. Sheri often volunteered her time to speak to participants of local workforce programs or serve on the Board of organizations whose community programs benefited young men and women entering or re-entering the workforce. In a consulting capacity, Sheri worked with the Knoxville Leadership Foundations' "Center for Communities", created out of a four- city, national faith-based grant. In this capacity she worked with the Foundations' selected community organizations in developing their programs, budgets and strengthening their Board participation. Letters of recommendation, acknowledgements, and thanks have been many, stemming from companies and organizations she's worked with to individual students she has helped along the way. In 2004, Sheri was nominated to receive the "Humanitarian Award" for "her devotion and the promotion of human welfare and the advancement of social reform", from the Upsilon Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc., Knoxville, TN. There are numerous accomplishments during Sheri's career. She has served on the Board of Directors, of the Baptist Hospital Credit Union (1982 - 1985); Tennessee Valley Personnel Association member(1988 - 1991); Representative from Knoxville Job Corps Center to The Directorate of Civil Rights National Convention, Washington, D.C. (July 1990); Representative from Knoxville Job Corps Center to the Federal Contract Compliance Conference, Nashville, TN (April 1991); served on the Steering, Planning, Program and Advisory committees for the Community Micro-Loan Program, Knoxville, TN (1994-1997), and was a graduate of The Knoxville CAC Community Leadership Program (1995) Having worked in many venues, from city and state government services, to the healthcare industry, to private industry... serving her community was the most satisfying. After operating USI for seven years, in order to continue her work in the field, Sheri began offering her services as an Independent Consultant. This freed her of the daily business operations and allowed more time to work with the organizations in need of assistance as they provided direct services to individuals in the community. Her greatest desire is to work with the small, non profit organizations to assist in making their organizations viable and sustainable. Over the years Sheri has been instrumental in raising tens of thousands of dollars through her fundraising and grant writing. She has helped many businesses and organizations strengthen their operations through organizational development effective programming, and successfully defining their businesses through her development of media presentations, reports, and newsletters. Today, as an Independent Consultant, she still has the desire to help others reach their goals. As a "strategic visionary" Sheri's goal still remains that of helping people help themselves. One client has given her the title of "Your Reality Facilitator". In every aspect of her personal and business life Sheri considers her greatest successes to be that of raising two caring and giving children and assisting the students she has worked with, whom have gone on to build their dreams and prosper. What set's her apart in business is her methods of operation. She works with clients' issues as if they were her own. She takes great pride in the creative development of each business and provides continual follow up when required.
Population of Goodyear was 66,309 in the year 2011.
Goodyear's official website is http://www.ci.goodyear.az.us/
There were 6,051 households in Goodyear in the year 2008 according to data from United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Sample list of famous people who were born in Goodyear:
- Carrick Felix ( Basketball player )
The goodyear was expanded from 2 lanes in each direction to 5 or 6 (including one HOV lane starting near Estrella Parkway going east).
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