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Accounting
 
***** David is an MSN Member and Tucson

 GLBT Chamber of Commerce Member:

*****Braun PC

Accounting: Tax Return Preparation, Financial & Tax Planning; Bookkeeping, Quickbooks set-up and consulting, Accounting Services.

David H Braun
6125 E. Grant
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 722-3414
Cell: (520) 907-1228
Fax: (520) 733-7167
Email: dbraun@braunpc.com


Adoption Services

Devereux Arizona

Foster care and adoption services.

Haley Anderson
Debra Howard
Yvette Jackson
6141 E. Grant Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 296-5551 Ext. 132
Email: dhoward@devereux.org
Website: www.devereux.org


Advertising

Animal Adoption  (also check Pet Services)

A non-profit listing with the Tucson GLBT Chamber of Commerce

Humane Society of Southern Arizona

Mission Statement: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the general welfare, sheltering and placement of animals; prevention of cruelty to animals and animal overpopulation; education concerning humane treatment of animals; and involvement in other animal welfare issues.
Our work: We save the lives of our homeless, abandoned, and often abused, animals. We receive, shelter and care for approximately 10,000 lost and unwanted companion animals each year.


Samantha Nichols
Diana Cannon
3450 N Kelvin Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 321-3704 Ext. 177
Website: www.hssaz.org


Adoptable dogs and cats
*****
County Government Animal Care Center
Located at Pima Animal Care Center
Address
4000 N. Silverbell Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85745

ADOPTION HOURS

Monday - Friday 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m

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Apartments; Homes and Properties
***** Current residences of Thom Goodrich and Jimmy Martin located in this west side 55+ community. Check with them about living here at Friendly Village Estates on Miracle Mile!!






Check out the homes and other information available on their web site: 
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Architecture/Design

Art Galleries

Arts and Entertainment

*****  MSN Member Tom Nickel
Piano, Organ, Keyboard.  Entertainer/Instructor


Arizona Theatre Company

ATC is Arizona's only fully professional theatre, presenting a wide variety of plays; including comedies, dramas,musicals and world premieres.
ATC performs at The Temple of Music & Art, 330 S. Scott, in downtown Tucson. Call the Box Office at (520) 622-2823.


Matt Graber
PO Box 1631
Tucson, AZ 85702
Phone: (520) 477-7220
Fax: (520) 628-9129
Email: mgraber@arizonatheatre.org
Website: www.arizonatheatre.org


Reveille Men's Chorus

Reveille Men's Chorus is dedicated to musical excellence and performs worldwide to promote human rights, diversity and a world free of AIDS. Shawn Culler, Artistic Director

Shawn Cullen
Rick Small
P.O. Box 43633
Tucson, AZ 85733
Phone: (520) 304-1758
Email: info@reveillechorus.org
Website: www.reveillemenschorus.org


Invisible Theatre

The Invisible Theatre is dedicated to producing diverse, high-quality theatre and arts education experiences that are affordable for all facets of the community in an intimate setting that showcases local professional talent and world-class artists.

Susan Claassen
James Blair
1400 N. First Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 884-0672
Email: suz@invisibletheatre.com
Website: invisibletheatre.com


Music, Mystery, Mad-cap and More! 

Celebrating its 43rd anniversary season, IT invites you to six exciting nights out from September through May for only $132. That’s over $50 in savings! Please call our box office at 520-882-9721 for this special offer.

UA Presents

UA Presents is the University of Arizona’s performing arts presenter, a nationally recognized host of world-class performances and programs. The mission of UA Presents is to educate, enlighten and inspire by bringing performing arts and artists together with the diverse communities of Southern Arizona.

Anne Thwaits
888 N. Euclid #203
Tucson, AZ 85721
Phone: (520) 621-0477
Website: uapresents.org/

Broadway in Tucson/Nederlander

Bringing Broadway's best live entertainment events downtown to the Tucson Music Hall!

Mario DiVetta
Lendre Kearns
100 N. Stone Avenue Suite 905
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 903-2929
Email: info@broadwayintucson.com
Website: www.broadwayintucson.com

The Loft Cinema

Tucson's independent, non-profit art cinema, featuring the very best foreign, classic and GLBT films.

Jeff Yanc
3233 E. Speedway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 795-0844
Email: jeff@loftaz.com
Website: www.loftcinema.com

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Assisted Living

*****Handmaker was the residence for MSN Member Paul Strong from 02/2014 to 01/2016:
Member Paul Strong passed away on January 27, 2016, Paul was a resident on Arizona Long Term Care at Handmaker.  Ask Thom Goodrich for details.

Rosa's Chante Assisted Living

A licensed assisted living home designed for individuals who need more than minimal assistance. Memory Care is our expertise.

Anthony Diaz
2631 S Blackmoon
Tucson, AZ 85730
Phone: (520) 751-1998
Email: anthonydiaz2631@yahoo.com
Website: www.rosaschante.com


Audiology


                                        Author/Publisher                      

*****  MSN MEMBER  Randolph:

Go to his web site to make comments and for contact info:  Empty Sky Press

988234_10201368097338290_1634650102_nRandolph was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada. He worked several years as a copywriter prior to returning to college, where he studied theater. He abandoned that to write full-time, which he has done since. Moving to California in the 1980s, Randolph holds dual Canadian-U.S. citizenship. A vocal presence of the poetry circuits in the cities where he’s lived, he has self-published three books since 2012, and over the years has been featured in numerous American and Canadian journals. His books, published through empty sky press, are listed below. (Please note: The author is listed as Max Randolph for the first three books. Future books will be listed as authored simply by Randolph.)

Max Randolph Writes

Max Randolph

Books by randolph

Max Randolph writes

screen-shot-2014-01-12-at-2-59-48-pmA Horse on the Moon is a book of prose poems, fantasy flash fiction and mini-essays. Blending poetic narrative with a prose style the author calls dreamprose, many of these pieces are by turns hallucinatory, subversive, whimsical. Randolph lets his words fly free to dance, using images to enlighten and entertain, and a fresh boldness of utterance to liberate the imagination.

ax Randolph Writes

Screen shot 2014-01-12 at 2.57.04 PMAutopsy on a Ghost combines Randolph’s speculative metafiction with his neosurrealist dreamprose . . . weaving memoir, madness, fantasy, absurd realities in a haunting interplay of subversion and shadowed love.

Max Randolph Writes

Max Randolph Writes

Screen shot 2014-01-12 at 2.55.07 PMRandolph’s third collection, The Armor is the Garden, takes him back to his poetic roots. Written over a period of 30 years, the poems here come from his earliest writings in British Columbia, his years in southern California, a six-month stint on a secluded beach in Hawaii, and from Tucson, Arizona, where he currently lives.

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Auto Repair


Awards


Bakery

Banks and Credit Unions

***** Our Credit Union / Banking Choice
Provides M.S.N. with free services


Banquet Halls


Barber College


Bartending


Behavioral Health Services

CODAC Behavioral Health Services

CODAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides tools, support and services to help individuals, families and communities live with dignity, free from the harmful effects of mental illness, substance abuse and trauma. Founded in 1970, CODAC now has more than 250 employees and 10 sites across southern Arizona. 

Dennis Regnier
Kristine Welter Hall
1650 E. Ft. Lowell, Suite 202
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 327-4505
Email: dregnier@codac.org
Website: www.codac.org

La Frontera Center, Inc.

La Frontera Center, Inc., is a non-profit community-based organization that provides a full continuum of mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, youth, and adults.

Karen Chatfield
LISA BRODY
Denise Acuna
504 W. 29 St.
Tucson, AZ 85713
Phone: (520) 838-3923
Email: karen.chatfield@lafrontera.org
Website: www.lafronteraaz.org

Tucson Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy

TCCP is a post graduate training center for master level counselors and social workers who are working towards their independent licensure. TCP provides affordable, quality counseling to people of all ethnicities, gender and sexual orientations. We also provide professional trainings with CEUs through the TCCP Training Institute.

Lauren Levy
Michal Gorman
2230 E. Speedway Blvd., Suite 140
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 318-4227
Email: llevy520@cox.net
Website: www.TucsonCCP.com


Books

Antigone Books

Progressive independent bookstore, established in 1973, with a large GLBT section, magazines and gifts. If we don't have what you want in stock, you can order any book in print, either at the store or from our web-page, www.antigonebooks.com.

Kate Randall
411 N. 4th Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705
Phone: (520) 792-3715
Fax: (520) 882-8802
Email: info@antigonebooks.com
Website: www.antigonebooks.com


*****  MSN MEMBER  Randolph:

Go to his web site to make comments and for contact info:  Empty Sky Press

988234_10201368097338290_1634650102_nRandolph was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada. He worked several years as a copywriter prior to returning to college, where he studied theater. He abandoned that to write full-time, which he has done since. Moving to California in the 1980s, Randolph holds dual Canadian-U.S. citizenship. A vocal presence of the poetry circuits in the cities where he’s lived, he has self-published three books since 2012, and over the years has been featured in numerous American and Canadian journals. His books, published through empty sky press, are listed below. (Please note: The author is listed as Max Randolph for the first three books. Future books will be listed as authored simply by Randolph.)

Max Randolph Writes

Max Randolph

Books by randolph

Max Randolph writes

screen-shot-2014-01-12-at-2-59-48-pmA Horse on the Moon is a book of prose poems, fantasy flash fiction and mini-essays. Blending poetic narrative with a prose style the author calls dreamprose, many of these pieces are by turns hallucinatory, subversive, whimsical. Randolph lets his words fly free to dance, using images to enlighten and entertain, and a fresh boldness of utterance to liberate the imagination.

ax Randolph Writes

Screen shot 2014-01-12 at 2.57.04 PMAutopsy on a Ghost combines Randolph’s speculative metafiction with his neosurrealist dreamprose . . . weaving memoir, madness, fantasy, absurd realities in a haunting interplay of subversion and shadowed love.

Max Randolph Writes

Max Randolph Writes

Screen shot 2014-01-12 at 2.55.07 PMRandolph’s third collection, The Armor is the Garden, takes him back to his poetic roots. Written over a period of 30 years, the poems here come from his earliest writings in British Columbia, his years in southern California, a six-month stint on a secluded beach in Hawaii, and from Tucson, Arizona, where he currently lives.

Botanical Gardens

Tohono Chul Park

Recognized as one of the great botanical gardens of the world, Tohono Chul Park has been connecting Nature, Art & Culture for 25 years!

Marcia Ring
7366 N. Paseo del Norte
Tucson, AZ 85704
Phone: (520) 742-6455
Email: marciaring@tohonochulpark.org
Website: www.tohonochulpark.org

Building Contractors

Habitat for Humanity Tucson

Habitat for Humanity Tucson works to end poverty housing by creating opportunities for homeownership in partnership with low-income families and by making safe, decent, and affordable shelter a matter of community conscience and action.

Gordon Yarrington
3501 N Mountain Ave.
Tucson , AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 326-1217

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