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Handlebar Helpers started in 1994 by the City of Scottsdale as a community, volunteer-supported “earn-a-bike program” for kids who could not otherwise afford bicycles, but it has evolved into a unique opportunity for the developmentally disabled to gain economic independence.

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Sasha Graham’s sons Finn and Indy love the 1992 film “3 Ninjas” — so much so that when they found out their mom was pregnant with her third child, a daughter, they ecstatically told her: “She can be our third ninja!”

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From glinting ball gowns and impassioned speeches to pristine-white golf clubs and live entertainment, Scottsdale boasts a robust lineup of philanthropic events this fall.

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Over 40 adults and teenagers recently graduated from U the Leader and U the Teen Leader, two of Scottsdale-based leadership development and training company U & Improved’s programs.

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More than 8,500 miles away from Scottsdale is Borneo, the third-largest island in the world located in the southwestern part of the Pacific Ocean.

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