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Business briefs 7.4.14

Sharon Glassberg
Sharon Glassberg

SHARON GLASSBERG, director of the Coalition for Jewish Education and vice president for programming and organizational development at the JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA, was installed as vice president of the North American Association of Community and Congregational Hebrew High Schools at the annual NAACCHHS conference held June 9-10 in Fort Lee, N.J. NAACCHHS was established in 2006. Its mission is to advocate for member schools while creating and supporting innovative programs, curricula, best practices and resources to enrich Jewish supplementary secondary education in community and congregational Hebrew high schools across North America. Glassberg previously served as the chairperson for the annual conference.

ARIZONA PUBLIC MEDIA and the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson will produce six political forums in 2014. They will be held at the Proscenium Theatre on the west campus of Pima Community College, 2202 W. Anklam Road. The first, a Republican primary gubernatorial forum, will be Wednesday, July 30 at 6:30 p.m. All forums will be recorded for future broadcast on PBS 6 and World television channels, and on radio station NPR 89.1, and will be available online at www.azpm.org/yourvote2014. For more information, including tickets, go to www.azpm.org or www.lwvgt.org.

ot-Susan ClaassenSUSAN CLAASSEN, managing artistic director of INVISIBLE THEATRE, has been nominated in the Best Actress category in Tucson Weekly’s Best of Tucson contest. Voting ends June 30; to cast a ballot, go to http://posting.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/Survey?survey=4136474.

PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTER FOR THE ARTS has announced its 2014-15 theatre arts season, which will include “Stuart Little,” “A Piece of My Heart,” “Monty Python’s Spamalot” and “The Mandrake.” Tickets go on sale Aug. 1; call 206-6986.

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