May: BeeDee Foxwell BeeDee has been such a wonderful asset to the youth of one n ten for several years now. She goes above and beyond, especially during Pride season as she rolls along 3rd Street in her truck (THE BEAST) leading the way for our beautiful LGBTQ youth rainbow in the Parade every year.
We are happy to announce Kevin Godfrey as the first ever volunteer of the month for one n ten. Kevin first started volunteering for one n ten about 7 months ago and was selected to be a camp counselor for OUTdoors! Camp. In addition to rocking it out with non-stop positive energy at camp, Kevin
By Avi Glendale This week West Valley one•n•tentook some time to recognize the recent efforts outreach to schools in the valley on suicide prevention and identifying one’s mitigating Sources of Strength. A quick discussion had youth identifying their sources of strength as close friends or family, accepting teachers or religious leaders, medical or mental health
By Avi Vieira Glendale With the lights dim and everyone getting comfortable, West Valley one n ten settled in for a slightly more serious Gay Movie Night as they welcomed special guests from local LGBT friendly church Casa de Cristo. The movie of the evening was TRANS, a documentary film following the lives of 6
By Avi Vieira Glendale Makeup has the ability to transform one’s appearance. It can conceal, camouflage, or highlight features depending on the situation. It has the power to make you look better, or look worse. It also has the power to make you look and feel absolutely fabulous. On January 15th, West Valley
On February 6th, one•n•ten received a generous donation from the Youth Transition Program (YTP) club at Mesquite High School in Gilbert. The teacher responsible for advising the club, Jeff Fox, had heard from another teacher, Diane Drazinski, about the donation drive that took place on Martin Luther King Day. Many of the other clubs in
By Bobby Beverly Mesa one n ten’s year of growth continues as the Mesa satellite group held its first sessions this month. Meeting every Thursday at 7pm at the Mesa YMCA (207 North Mesa Drive), the group is run by Lora Pirie and facilitated by volunteers both new and old to the one n ten