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Well the answer to that is that, yes, Sedona is a vibrant and active community. Sedona attracts interesting and successful people from all over the world. Many who settle here have been active contributors to their former communities, and continue that pattern when they move here. The result is that when you move here and start to get involved with local activities, you will meet some fascinating people.
Below are some of our favorites, starting with Sedona Wish List, a one stop shopping list of community organizations.
Community is what Sedona Wish List is all about. You can learn about 89 of Sedona's animal rescue, arts, ecological, educational, historical, public service, social service and philanthropic organizations - including schools and city government. you can find information about each organization's mission, services, events and projects along with photos and contact information. There is no advertising.
But even more important, you can see "where you fit in". You can see what each organization needs, where you can volunteer, how you can contribute to your new community, and where you can find help when you need it. To learn more about the Sedona Wish list, follow this link www.SedonaWishList.org
Sedona Wish List was created in 2010, as a public service by retired real estate broker Barbara Vickers Her fondest hopes are that it will help connect our community to our service organizations --- and will help create happy buyers and new Sedonans!
Keep Sedona Beautiful is a vehicle for positive change in the greater Sedona area. Its aim is to preserve the wonder of the Sedona area's scenic natural beauty now and in the future. Activities range from education and advocacy to hands-on tasks such as litter lifting and preserving the quality of Oak Creek to maintaining Sedona's dark, star-studded night skies. To learn more about KSB, follow this link to www.keepsedonabeautiful.org