REBECCA CROW has been named director of education for CONGREGATION CHAVERIM. She is a past director of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona’s department of outreach, past president of the University of Arizona Hillel Foundation and Congregation Chaverim, and has over 30 years experience as a social worker in the Tucson Unified School District.
MATT FREEMAN, D.N.P., has joined the MEN’S VITALITY CENTER TUCSON, 3395 N. Campbell Ave., as a nurse practitioner and epidemiologist. He has a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University, a master’s in epidemiology and public health from the Yale School of Medicine, a Master of Science from Ohio State University and a doctorate in nursing practice from Duke University. Freeman provides primary care men’s health services and general checkups, as well as evaluation and treatment of a variety of issues including low energy, anxiety, weight gain and sexual concerns.
The MICHAEL B. SCHWARTZ SCHOOL OF ART has opened with a visual arts program for young artists ages 11 to 18. The program takes place at the Citizens Artist Collective, Studio #13, 44 W. 6th St. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis and scholarships are available based on economic need. For more information, visit michaelb schwartz.com.
JEFFERY SAUNDERS has opened a second AMERICA’S MATTRESS location at Grant Road and Tucson Boulevard. The locally owned and family operated store shares a building with Baker’s Distinctive Home Furnishings. Saunders opened the first America’s Mattress location on the southwest corner of Oracle and Magee Roads in 2012.