We are a 501 C3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation...
one individual, one community at a time.
The major task for SSCA is to search the world for the right sister city for Sedona. We are excited about the possibilities of partnering with Canmore, Canada and continuing to explore possibilities of becoming a friendship city with a community in Ireland.
SEDONA GAINS FROM SISTER CITY RELATIONSHIPS
Sedona is unique. Drawing residents and tourists from throughout the world, we are a destination city and region with strong business and community supported organizations. Developing a close relationship with a similar city and its organizations will allow for sharing, learning and friendships in each paired partnership (among businesses, artist groups, government, wellness and healthcare services, education providers, environmental sustainability groups, etc.). These connections will provide mutually beneficial, ongoing exchanges that will strengthen our community and move the world a step closer to lasting peace.
The SSCA would like to thank the following people for sharing their photographs and work as they contribute to life in Sedona:
Joe Bongiorno, Piano Haven
Tyler Carson, Fiddler on the Rock
Sammy Davis, Vocalist, Entertainer
Debra Fleeger, Sound Healer
Patrick Ki and Gaetano musicians at Flamenco at El Rincon
Eric Mace, Coordinator of Redrock High School Bike Club
Carol Myers, Chuck Marr and Carol Ortiz personal Sedona photos
Lori Reinhart, Sedona Art Festival
Patrick Schweiss, Executive Director, Sedona International Film Festival
Winifred Muench, Director, Sedona Chamber Ballet
Photographer Shane McDermott of Goldenstein Gallery;
Dance of Life, Sedona Red Rocks, Sedona Steamboat Rock, Sedona - Seven Sacred Pools