Main Street Minute: Deli’s sandwich contest will benefit Valley nonprofit

Aug 17, 2015, 10:37 AM | Updated: 10:38 am
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• A Phoenix deli wants to know, what’s your favorite sandwich? Head to Miracle Mile’s Facebook page starting Monday to cast your vote. The winner of the weeklong contest will be named special sandwich of the week and a percentage of proceeds from each sandwich sold Aug. 24-30 will go to local nonprofit Feeding Matters.

• The Greater Phoenix Diversity Job Fair runs Monday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Phoenix Airport Marriot near 44th Street and Loop 202. Attendees should bring plenty of resumes and be prepared for face-to-face interviews.

• The city of Peoria is looking to fill more than a dozen job vacancies. Full-time openings include application systems analyst, crime scene technician and planning manager. The city is also hiring part-time sports officials, recreation instructors and groundskeepers.

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Main Street Minute: Deli’s sandwich contest will benefit Valley nonprofit