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A|o Copper News, Wednesday May 29, 2o02, Page 4 Eva L. Jimenez and Curtis A. Warden were united in marriage in an afternoon ceremony in St. Augustine Cathedral in Tucson on April 13, 2002. They were led in their vows by Father Gonzalo Villegas. The bride, who given in marriage by her brother, Oscar Jimenez, was attended by Ana I. Jimenez as maid of honor, Kismet Ortega, Vanessa Brittain, Colleen Keeler, and Elvira Urquidez as bridesmaids and Kayla Heath, Sara Jerez, and Sara Marshall as flower girls. The groom was attended by Jason Warden as best man, Chris Lancaster, Matt Cable, Tim Marshall, and Scott Hale as groomsmen and Antonio Zambrano as ring bearer. The bride is a 1997 graduate of Ajo High School and received her degree in accounting from the University of AriZona in 2001. Her parents, Iris and Manuel O. Jimenez, live in Tucson. The groom's parents, Amy.& Wade Warden, also live in Tucson. Following a reception at the Flamingo Ballroom and a honeymqon cruise on the Mexican Riviera, th6 newlyweds are making their home in Tucson. WEATHER REPORT TEMPERATURES Max Min Sunday, May 19 97" 65" Monday, May 20 88" 54" Tuesday, May 21 79" 59" Wednesday, May 22 85" 64" Thursday, May 23 86" 66" Weekday weather information is provided by Phelps Dodge Min- ing Company. Parks & Rec will celebrate National Kids Day An event for National Kids Day will be held at Bud Walker Park on Saturday, June 1, from 10 a,m. to 12:30 p.m. for kids aged 4 to 12. Activities will include a safety bike rodeo, sponge throw, crafts, outdoor games, ..lrizes, and drawings. Information about summer programs will also be available. For more information, contact Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation at 387-6641. Smartscape classes are in Tucson Ever wonder what's the best way to water plants, or prune them, or fertilize? The Smartscape training program in Tucson may be of interest. Smartscape is designed to encourage consistent horticul- tural practices compatible with the Sonoran Desert. The program is endorsed statewide by land- scape organizations such as the UofA Master Gardener program and the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association. The current series of classes will be on Thursdays and Tues- days from May 30 to June 27, from 3:30 to 6 p.m., at the Pima County Cooperative Extension Office, 4210 North Campbell Avenue in Tucson. Anyone interested in attend- ing, or in registering for the next series of classes, may call 520- 622-7701. National Cancer Survivors Day Sunday, June 2 Free summer camp for kids is planned A free Summer Day Camp will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning June 4. The camp, sponsored by Pima Youth Part- nership, will be at the Curley School. The camp for kids ages 10 and up will include indoor and out- door activities such as movies, arts, crafts, life skills classes, and drug & alcohol prevention classes. Space is limited and registra- tion is required. For more infor- mation or to register, call PYP at 387-3060. The pool is open! Swim lessons & other pool activities The Ajo Community Swim- ruing Pool began its summer sea- son on Saturday, May 25. Fees vary with the activity. To give more people an op- portunity to use the facility, the pool will be closed on Mondays and open during the evening, ac- cording to principal lifeguard Katie Waiters. Hours for pool activities in- clude: Morning lap swim, Tuesday through Friday, 8 to 9 a.m. Open swim, Tuesday through Saturday 1 to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 7 p,m. Family fun night, Tuesday through Friday 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Evening lap swim, Tuesday through Friday, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Many activities are planned for this summer's swimming sea- son at the Ajo pool. Swim lessOn registration for the first two sessions will be Thursday, May 30, from 7:30 a.m. to noon a't the pool. Swim lessons are available for children and adults interested in learning how to swim or who want to im- prove their skills. Class space is limited, so registration on May 30 is highly recommended. Par- ents or guardians must be present to register their children. The first session begins on June 4. Swim team registration wilfbc held on Thursday, May 30, from 7:30 to noon at the pool. Practice will begin on Tuesday, June 4, at 9 a.m. Water aerobics will begin on Tuesday, June 4, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Classes will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at the p0ol. There is an entrance fee for participants. For more information, visit the pool or call 387-6555. "When the summer heat of Ajo is too much, the pool is the place to stay cooL" says Waiters. you, Mike Holt, for supporting the iris basketball ', pr ram nd the car washes Paramedic Lloyd Put your good wishes in print with a Happy Ad (Up to 4 lines, $5 cash, $6 if billed) Happy 2nd Lucian "Luck/" Friends 0 i!iiiiiilililiiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiil iiiiiiiiiiii Happy 2nd Birthday Andrea! Thanks to all of my friends for your prayers and caring. It has worked because I am in REMISSION! Yippee! New e/mail address: New website: www.cunews.'