2230 N Calle Rivas, Nogales, AZ 85621 contact@0s3movement.org 520.223.8030

The 0S3 Movement is presented at the Santa Cruz County Superintendent Consortium Meeting

Edgardo Munoz, President of 0S3 Movement gives a presentation to the Santa Cruz County Superintendents’ Consortium Meeting

We are very happy and grateful for the opportunity to present our organization at the Santa Cruz County Superintendents’ Consortium Meeting this morning. In this presentation we had the opportunity to talk about our mission and vision “Happy, Healthy, Strong Community” and our programs, projects and initiatives. Special thanks to the office of Alfredo I. Velásquez, Santa Cruz County School Superintendent.

Our first open to the public meeting of 2020

0S3 open to the public meeting at Bowman Senior Recidences in Nogales, Az

The first 2020 open to the public meeting was held, where different topics were discussed and the team’s new jersey was announced. These meetings open to the community are intended to inform the public about the different projects, programs and initiatives of 0S3 Movement for this 2020, as well as to invite more people to participate with their questions, opinions and ideas for a better Community “Happy, Healthy and Strong”.

4.14.19 Monte Carlo Trails

Another great day of progress in this forth session of construction of the trail in Monte Carlo neighborhood in Nogales, Arizona. Thanks to al community volunteers that show up: Nogales, Rio Rico, Patagonia, Green Valley, Tucson and Nogales, Sonora!!!

0S3 at the 2019 AICL Coaches Summit & On-the-Bike Skills Training

0S3 Movement members, Alberto Romero and Edgardo Muñoz, attended and completed the 2019 AICL Coaches Summit & On-the-Bike Skills Training this past Saturday and Sunday. This is part of the restructuring in our organization for the improvement of its functions and the services we offer to our community.
We take this opportunity to extend our congratulations and thanks to all the members of Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League for all their support and help during the course.

3.31.19 Monte Carlo Trails

Another great day of progress in this third session of construction of the trail in Monte Carlo neighborhood in Nogales, Arizona. Thanks Mark Flint of Southwest Trail Solutions of Tucson, Az for your contagious enthusiasm and your technical assistance. We are very grateful, the tools and assistance are making a big difference.

Monte Carlo Trails 3.18.19 update

Great advance this past Sunday, March 17, in the construction of the first mountain biking trail in the Monte Carlo neighborhood in Nogales, Arizona. The second session of volunteer work was a success as a great breakthrough was achieved. This was thanks to the great enthusiasm of the volunteers who attended and the leadership of Mark Flint from Southwest Trail Solutions. More sessions like this one will be taking place every weekend. For more information on how to volunteer or support in some way, please contact us at (520) 223-8030 or send us an email: contact@0s3movement.org

• National Park and Service • City of Nogales • 0S3 Movement • Southwest Trail Solutions • Community Volunteers

Sustainable trail design, building and maintenance training

Volunteers, Edgardo and Araceli Padilla at the Monte Carlo Trails

Sustainable trail design, building and maintenance training.
Great training for the Key Volunteers Crew of the “coming soon” Monte Carlo Trails Public Park in Nogales, AZ.
Thanks to our instructors: Mark Flint from Southwest Trail Solutions, Adam Milnor from National Park and Service, the assistance of Chuck Hill from the SCVBAC and Luis from the City of Nogales.

Flagging at Monte Carlo Trails Park

Adam Milnor from National Park Service flagging at Monte Carlo Trails Park

Today, February 28, 2019, Adam Milnor of National Park Service and members of 0S3 Movement set out to mark the final design for the main mountain biking trail. This marks the first big step to start construction in the coming weeks. On March 9 or 16, a class for the construction and maintenance of trails is contemplated which will be carried out by National Park Service to members of 0S3 Movement. For more information about this project, making a donation or volunteering please contact us at contact@0s3movement.org or give us a call at 520-223-8030.

AmeriCorps experienced MTB in Santa Cruz County

0S3 Movement & AmeriCorps

The group of young adults, AmeriCorps, enjoyed a bike ride with 0S3 Movement Mountain Trainer, Tracy FIlippi with the assistance of Karla Osete.

AmeriCorps adopt bikes

AmeriCorps adopt bikes from 0S3 Movement in Nogales, Arizona

The group of young adults, AmeriCorps that arrived in Nogales, Arizona to provide a social service to our community and which will remain for a period of approximately 3 months in the locality, participated in the “Adopt a Bike” program of our non-profit organization “0S3 Movement” which consists in learning basic mechanics for bicycle to later fix a bicycle and make use of it for a period of 2 months as means of transport, recreational use etc.

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