May 27, 2009 • Vol. 7, No. 26
Multiple fatalities shock, sadden New River area
Matt Loeschman ATVs and three victims,” noted trauma and was pronounced dead
Managing Editor Brian Lee of the MCSO. while en route to the hospital on
Just after 4 p.m., deputies a medical helicopter.
The days leading up to the responded to the area along The driver of the second ATV
Memorial Day weekend were with the Daisy Mountain Fire was transported to St. Joseph’s
marred by multiple tragedies in Department. Hospital via helicopter with
the New River area. “It was reported by one of the non-life threatening injuries.
A pair of vehicle accidents victims that the first ATV operated The victim riding on the first
leading to fatalities shocked and by a 17-year-old male slowed ATV was transported to John C.
saddened those looking forward down as the other ATV operated Lincoln North Valley Hospital by
to a long weekend and a relaxing by another 17-year-old male and his parents with minor injuries.
few days. Wisdom struck the lead ATV Reports state both victims on
According to Maricopa County from behind,” Lee explained. the second ATV were wearing
Sheriff’s Office reports, Taylor According to the report, the helmets, but that the helmets
Wisdom, 16, of Phoenix died impact caused all three victims came off of their heads upon
May 20 in an ATV accident at to be ejected from both ATVs impact.
27th Avenue and New River into the desert area west of 27th As of May 22, Sheriff’s Office
Road. Avenue. Karen Alexander/The Foothills Focus
“The accident involved two Wisdom suffered major head Multiple fatalities A makeshift memorial was set up last week near the site of a motorcycle
continued on page 4 accident that claimed the life of local resident John Sasfai.
Vehicle thefts plague local residents
Law enforcement officials offer tips for prevention
Residents of the Circle
Mountain area are tired of losing
Matt Loeschman/The Foothills Focus
their vehicles to local thieves.
Maricopa County District 3
A large crowd attended a Supervisor Andy Kunasek,
community forum May 19 at the center, talks to Terry Marron, left,
Daisy Mountain Fire Department and Maricopa County Sheriff’s
administration office to speak to Office Captain Ken Holmes prior
law enforcement regarding the to a community meeting May
mounting problem. 19 at the Daisy Mountain Fire
Department administration office.
Capt. Ken Holmes, District
An overflow crowd was on hand
4 commander of the Maricopa for the meeting to discuss vehicle
County Sheriff‘s Office, told an thefts that have plagued the Circle
overflowing room that vehicle Mountain area over the past few
thefts are on the rise. months. Capt. Holmes and other
“Looking at the hard reports, law enforcement officials offered
prevention tips and residents
there have been 11 incidents
began to plan Neighborhood
reported in the past month,” the Watch meetings to combat the
captain explained. problem.
Capt. Holmes provided
continued on page 4
BUSINESS: SPORTS: SUMMER FUN: ALSO INSIDE:
Ownership changes, Boxing club invites MTA invites • Judy Bluhm 14
quality remains at residents to get in youth to • Editorial/Opinion 17
Byler’s shape arts institute • Service Directory 18
Page 8 Page 5 Page 10 • Classified Ads 19-24
page 2 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
Mike’s Hay Barn II
515 East Carefree Hwy
Next to Desert Hills Mailbox
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM MIKE’S HAY BARN II
•THE BEST PRODUCTS: WITH A BEST PRICE GUARANTEE (of any store in the Black Canyon City,
Desert Hills, New River, Cave Creek, Carefree, Scottsdale, Rio Verde, North Phoenix)
•THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE: My Personal Guarantee Is Behind This Promise
•KNOWLEDGEABLE STAFF: WE HAVE MORE THAN 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN DEALING WITH HORSE, CATTLE
AND PETS. COME IN AND LETS TALK!
GRAND OPENING PRICES ALL MONTH
•GREAT SALES PRICES ON ALL STORE ITEMS
•SPECIAL HAY PRICES EVERY SATURDAY In May !!!!!!
PRICE WILL NOT BE GIVEN OUT OVER THE PHONE IT WILL BE TOO LOW!
•Sign Up For Mike’s Free Rewards Program And Receive A Free Entry To Win Free Feed And Other Great
Prizes A Long With Other Great Savings All Year Long.
•WIN FREE PELLETS FOR 3 MONTHS (FOR ONE HORSE) Be
lfa •WIN FREE SAFE CHOICE FOR A YEAR (FOR ONE HORSE) rmuda
•WIN FREE TACK • WIN FREE WORMERS Dog
P ellas •WIN FREE VACCINE •WIN FREE DOG FOOD Foo
Nutrena Feed Dealer We Deliver Arizona Feeds Dealer
Order Your SUN SCREENS Now!!
*For Plain Bar Design
At Additional Charge
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 3
John Charles Crawford
Mr. Crawford was born
Dec. 8, 1958 in Crestline,
Ohio, and passed away May
18, 2009 at his home. John is
the son of John P. and Ellen
Crawford of New River.
John was a well-known
mechanic and race car driver
for the past 26 years. He was
a friend to all. He resided in
Arizona for 31 years.
John was predeceased by
his maternal grandfather
Gerald C. Hartman and Bishara Dental
paternal grandparents John Opening in New River
R. and Eleanor Crawford
of Ohio. He is survived by
Welcoming New Patients
his parents, his sisters, Lana them all: his special “Aunt remember forever. He was
Nancy and Uncle Doug” Full Range of Dental Services
Landaker of Ohio and Karen truly an exceptional person Low Cost Dentures,
Crawford of New River; his Rapp, “brothers” Stacy Miner to his friends and family and Gum Disease,
maternal grandmother Betty and his family, Jason Lee and we will never forget him. Crowns,
Hartman; nieces Danielle, Boston Mike, to name just a Veneers
Jamie, Heather and their few. White Fillings,
families of Ohio, and many A celebration of John’s life Root Canals,
aunts, uncles, cousins and will be held at the Gavilan Oral Surgery,
friends of Ohio, Florida, Peak Pizzeria 1 p.m. May Teeth Whitening,
North Carolina and Arizona. 31. Please stop by and help Smile Makeovers & Emergency Dentistry
Also, all of his New River us remember John with A BREAKING POINT
all of our stories and fond Extractions starting at $50
friends, of which there are too Approximately 25 percent of all
Check up, Cleaning – Starting at $60
many to name, but he loved memories, which we will your bones are located in your feet. A
broken bone in that area is painful. If Low Cost Dentures – Free Consultation
you suspect that you may have broken
a bone in your foot or toe, contact your •Financing plans with payments that fit YOUR budget
doctor immediately. Ice the area to help
reduce swelling and relieve discomfort.
•Appointments that fit your schedule
•High Quality Dentist with great experience
The bone should be kept immobile
while healing. Avoid excessive activity •Most Insurance plans accepted Exam
that would aggravate the injury. If it is •AHCCCS and Mercy Care accepted
a broken toe, the doctor may tape it to
the adjacent one, inserting gauze pads
Call us today at: We are located at:
in between. These should be replaced 1-623-742-7220 46641 N. Black Canyon Hwy #7
periodically. Use of an orthopedic shoe
may be necessary. If the broken bone 1-888-742-7220 New River, AZ 85087
is located in your forefoot, a brace,
walking cast, or a flat-bottom shoe may
CCW Class It’s not a very good idea to rely on
home diagnosis to determine what’s
Concealed Carry Weapon wrong when you think you may have
suffered a broken bone. Turn instead
to the professionals who have had
•May 30-Ben Avery Shooting Facility-Small Bore Range years of education and experience
•4044 West Black Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85086 treating injuries, conditions, diseases,
•6-10PM and deformities of the feet. We’ve
•$100 per person been specially trained to diagnose the
fractures, strains, sprains, and other
•Includes 8-hour class, finger printing, range fees and all problems that can occur to your feet.
required DPS applications New patients are always welcome.
P.S. There are 26 bones in each foot and
Carol Ruh 602.571.3886 three bones in each ankle joint.
The Foothills Focus
46641 N Black Canyon Hwy
New River, AZ 85087
623-465-5808 main • 623-465-1363 fax Please call us at
firstname.lastname@example.org • email@example.com
Publisher: Office Manager: Foot care for the family is
John Alexander Karen Alexander conveniently available at
41818 N. Venture Dr. #110,
Managing Editor: Graphic Designer:
Matt Loeschman Colleen York Anthem.
page 4 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
Multiple fatalities continued from page 1
traffic detectives were still spokesman for the Daisy
investigating the accident and no Mountain Fire Department who
citations had been issued. responded to the scene. “Our
Wisdom was a student at crews worked on him for a
Boulder Creek High School in considerable time.”
Anthem who loved to dance, Mr. Dyer said Daisy Mountain
according to her family. personnel assisted Mr. Sasfai
“We love you, baby girl, before he was airlifted from the
and we know you are the angel scene to John C. Lincoln Hospital
dancing above us forever,” the where he later died.
family wrote in an e-mail a day “Our personnel did not remove
following the accident. a helmet from the victim,” Mr.
Three days earlier, John Dyer added. “If he was wearing
Sasfai, known as “Big John” to one, it was ejected at the time of
area residents, was killed in a John Sasfai the accident.”
motorcycle accident along New A memorial was held for
got the call to respond at about
Jody’s Trucking River Road.
According to reports, the 7:05 p.m.
Mr. Sasfai on May 23 at the
Roadrunner Restaurant and
“Mr. Sasfai was the driver
“Delivering Rock Solid Quality Service” accident occurred in the
approximate area of 1725 W. New of a motorcycle that struck
River Road. The fire department the guardrail,” said Phil Dyer,
• Granite • ABC • Sand
•River Rock • Fill Dirt • Boulders Thefts continued from page 1
• Arena Sand • Rip Rap documentation outlining with seven incidents reported we are paying for,“ Walker said.
602-481-6481 calls for service in the Circle from January to April 2009. “Four to six hours to respond to
Mountain area for 2007, 2008 In 2008, there were eight auto someone stealing a quad is not
Buck@Jodystrucking.com and 2009 up until April 19. thefts for the entire year and six acceptable.”
Violent crimes (aggravated in 2007. Capt. Holmes said the MCSO
assault, homicide, rape and The statistics on burglary and responds to priority one calls in
robbery) are minimal, with one theft are constant. Two years an average of seven minutes.
aggravated assault so far this ago, there were 34 incidents and Residents believe they know
year. 33 more reports in 2008. one suspect who is responsible
There were no violent crimes From January to April 2009, for multiple incidents over the
in 2008 and three aggravated MCSO reports eight incidents past month.
assaults in 2007. of burglary and theft. Capt. Holmes confirmed one
Additionally, there were no The reporting area is between suspect is being watched “very
cases of arson from 2007 to the Jenny Lin Road alignment to closely.”
April 2009. the north and Joy Ranch Road to In the past three weeks, there
Private Independent Contractor the south, and from New River have been two theft arrests,
Auto thefts are up significantly,
Road to the west and 24th Street MCSO detectives said.
to the east. Residents are trying to organize
HAPPY HOUR 2-6 $2 WELL WINE & DRAFT - NEW HAPPY HOUR MENU In the past month, however, Block Watch in the area. Two
the burglary and theft numbers homes recently burned are also
The Silver Spur
Silver FronTiEr Town
are spiking. heightening resident concern.
is located in
Resident Scott Zehrung said Detectives offered a number
he is very concerned. of tips to residents for protecting
6245 E. Cave Creek rd “We have already had a their property, including
Cave Cave, Arizona year’s worth of auto thefts,” installing motion detectors,
The Only Authentic he said. “Every time I go to a varying up routes home and
Old WesT TOWN mailbox, there is another flier making it look like someone is
in the North Valley!
about a missing vehicle. There always home.
Saloon & Restaurant
FRi & s
is an escalation occurring and
this is taking place between 1
and 4 in the morning. I hear it
Additionally, detectives said
laying out gravel will prevent
“silent walking” and make it
difficult for criminals to trespass
s Zehrung said residents and the on private property.
MCSO need to work together. The captain said it is up to
Monday - Thursday • 2 Steaks for 2 • Choice of 6oz Filet or “We need to team up and residents to band together and
Ribeye •Choice of Potato •Sharable Dessert (Black Mountain communicate better,” he said. call in if suspicious activity is
Another resident whose home suspected.
Brownie or our Famous Strawberry Shortcake) for only $25.00 was burglarized is living in fear. “You are the eyes and ears
With this ad only. Expires 6/30/09. Subject to change. Valid Mon - Thurs.
“I am a nervous wreck to even for us out there,” Capt. Holmes
leave the house now,” she told said.
the crowd. Residents also spoke briefly
Resident Andrew Walker said to Maricopa County District
he is not satisfied with MCSO 3 Supervisor Andy Kunasek
“We are thinking we are not
regarding various issues
including taxes, roads and flood
Free poker TournamenTs every monday getting the safety and security control.
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 5
Boxing club rolls with the punches
Novelle Day Spa
Managing Editor Hair •Facial•Waxing •Massage •Nails
Anthem Boxing Club owner
Matt Filep has a simple message
34640 N. North Valley Pkwy #125 - Phoenix, AZ 85086
for anyone thinking of taking (I-17 & Carefree Hwy - South of Kohl’s)
up the “sweet science” for fun, Mon - Fri 9AM - 7PM Saturday 9AM - 6PM Sunday 10AM -5PM
fitness or competition. (With coupon only - cannot be combined with other offers or gift cards)
Do not be intimidated.
“I can understand why some
1 HR Facial
FREE FREE Manicure &
people might not take to the &
Eyebrow Combo Plus
1 HR Massage
idea of going to a boxing gym to 1 HR Massage
Hair Treatment & Lip Wax or 1 HR Facial
work out,” Filep explained. “But with any with any
our gym is a little bit different.
It’s a friendly atmosphere with
local residents here. There is no
reason to be intimidated.”
Filep, a former personal
trainer and Army veteran,
opened the Anthem Boxing
Club about one year ago. Since
then, the popularity of the gym
has continued to rise.
“As people found out about
us, the interest has definitely
risen,” Filep said.
As the only boxing gym in Antique Emporium at Cave Creek
the Anthem area, Filep may 6147 E. Cave Creek Rd.
eventually expand. But for now, (at Basin Rd. Behind Flat Tire Bicycle)
he is satisfied with his location
in the Anthem Commerce
Matt Loeschman/The Foothills Focus
Thirty dealers to help you find that special or unique item. Glassware, primitives,
Center. Matt Filep, owner of the Anthem Boxing Club, stands in the boxing ring
furniture, cowboy and native American artifacts, aviation memorabilia, paintings,
“This grew out of a need,” he May 21 at his gym, 4220 W. Opportunity Way No. 8. Filep offers boxing
classes for fun, fitness and competition for all ages and experience
prints, toys, vintage fashions and more.
added. “I have been involved Stalls and display cases available.
in boxing since I was in the levels.
Army. But the boxing gyms
have always been so far away well.” Jennifer Hoffman was working
for anyone that lives in the For beginners, Filep explained, out at the gym on May 21.
North Valley. This area was not the gym staff will “build you “This is my passion,” said
really served in that way, so from the ground up.” Hoffman, a regular who has
that inspired me to open up this “And if you are more attended the gym for about a
gym.” experienced in boxing, we can year. “I love it because it’s an
Those who walk into the handle that as well,” he added. awesome workout and you get in
facility at 4220 W. Opportunity Those attending the gym are such great shape. Not to mention
Way No. 8 will notice everything not required to spar. In fact, the it is a good stress reliever being
you need to become a real majority of those working out at able to punch something.”
pugilist. the club never enter the boxing Hoffman said she has made
The gym features a 16-foot ring. many friends attending the
boxing ring; a dozen bags by “I would say three quarters of club.
Ringside, Everlast and TKO, the people who come here have “There’s a lot of great people
including heavy bags, speed no desire to get in the ring,” here,” she added.
bags and double-ended bags; Filep noted. The Anthem Boxing Club
boxing gloves, headgear, and Those who do, however, have is an affiliate of USA Boxing.
other protective equipment; been successful. The gym is open on weekdays
a full set of medicine balls; “We had two guys who and closed on Saturdays and
two complete sets of Russian competed in Golden Gloves last Sundays.
kettlebells; multiple pull-up March and another two who are For more information about
stations and a complete Olympic headed to the upcoming Golden the club, call 623-551-9315 or
barbell set. Gloves competition,” Filep said. visit www.anthemboxing.com.
For anyone wanting to get The gym owner said he was “This gym is in Anthem
in tremendous shape, boxing never really into team sports and so the environment is very
offers the ultimate workout, found boxing as a great outlet. supportive,” Filep said. “It’s
Filep explained. “The challenge really got not the stereotypical crowd you
“We are pretty traditional as me into it,” Filep said. “This would see in a traditional boxing
far as the programs we offer – sport really pulls out your inner gym. There is no reason to be
it is an amateur boxing inspired strength. Although it is not a team intimidated – everyone was a
workout,” he said. “I used to sport, there is a brotherhood you beginner at one time and we
be a personal trainer so I throw develop with the people who realize that. We are like a family
some of those elements in as attend the gym.” here.”
page 6 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
Longtime friends present vocal show
Granny’s Thrift Store Staff report
On Old Black Canyon Highway
Euripides said “One loyal
• Indoor Swap Meet • Discount Prices friend is worth ten thousand
• Monthly Specials relatives” – a quote that still
rings true today, especially for
if you can’t find it, granny has it! jazz and pop vocalists Shana
Bousard and Sally Jo Bannow.
602-908-5745 The longtime friends and
professional singers will perform
3-4:30 p.m. on Saturday, May
30 at the new “Hey Old Friend”
Cabaret & Cake Show. Presented
by the non-profit Arts Council of
the North Valley (ACNV), the
Altered Tails Barnhart Clinic - 950 W. Hatcher Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85021 show takes place at a new venue Sisters, Gorgeous, and Cause Joe is a master musician, and
lOW cOsT sPAY & NeuTeR seRVices in the Opera House of Pioneer I’m a Woman. can transpose any song to a
Living History Village and Bannow said the two became comfortable range for both Sally
PiT BULLS AnD PiT MiXES ALTErED FrEE Museum, 3901 West Pioneer friends while doing a show and I.”
AHCCCS Discounts Provided Road, in north Phoenix. “Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie Bannow agreed and added:
Kenda Newbury, ACNV at Phoenix Theatre. “Really, the only challenge we
Call 602-943-SPAY (7729) performing arts chair, said the “We have a similar sense have is our schedules. We are
to schedule your appointment event is the fourth in a series of of humor and warmth as both moms who work and have
www.alteredtails.org “Cabaret & Cake” shows, each performers and as people that busy lives. Sometimes the best
featuring new performers and make our Cabaret shows fun way for us to have time together
music. to watch,” Bannow said. “And is to work on a show together.”
“Treat your friends and family while we have done Cabaret “We are very excited to be
to the sultry sounds of Jazz and shows together, this will be the holding our first in a series
the Best of Broadway in favorite first time we perform a show of performances at the Opera
Pool Service & Repairs songs in which Shana and Sally about friendship.” House,” said Newbury. “It is an
•Family Owned & Operated For 19 years Jo team up with the renowned Bousard said the two friends historic building among many at
•Affordable Monthly Rates piano talents of Joe Bousard. truly love singing with each Pioneer Living History Village
•Free Estimates Immerse yourself in an afternoon other. and Museum.”
of vocal delight and humor while “Our voices blend well, and The Opera House at Pioneer
•$20.00 Off 1st Month of New Service (with this ad) enjoying delicious coffee and we just have a ball together on Living History Village and
George Rust - Owner cake, which are included. You stage. We also couldn’t ask for a Museum, is located at 3901 West
can also receive a 10 percent better accompanist and arranger Pioneer Road, Phoenix, which
discount at Pioneer Restaurant than my dad, Joe. It’s a gift to is just 10 minutes north of the
for lunch or dinner on May 30, be able to perform wonderful intersection of the 101 and I-17
when you show your ticket to material with someone you on the west side of the highway
the show,” Newbury said. love,” she said. at the Pioneer Road exit 225.
P Bousard, of Anthem, and
Bannow, of north Phoenix, have
Like any relationship, the
two sometimes encounter
Tickets for the “Hey Old
Friend” Cabaret & Cake Show
Come Join Us For A been friends for 13 years. The challenges. are $7.50 for seniors (age 65
Western Evening Of Entertainment, two will perform songs about “Sometimes the range or and older) and students; and $12
friendship and the trials and key of a particular song may for adults. Tickets are available
Food & Fun!! triumphs of the female spirit: be difficult to sing. Not every at the door or can be purchased
You will enjoy great Cowboy Cookin’ World a few songs from the program song is written for every voice,” online at www.ACNV.org or by
Class Entertainment, Music & Cowboy Games may include Hey Old Friend, Bousard said. “Luckily, however, calling 623-516-2268.
WHEN: 1st Saturday of Every Month
TIME: Fun Starts at 5PM
Council seeks volunteers for committee
Staff report and encouraged to join. are among the many topics
WHERE: Pioneer Rd. & I-17, Exit 225 “The Utilities Committee this committee will discuss,
The Anthem Community will have many challenges work through and make
Council is seeking volunteers and opportunities to make recommendations to council
Horse Drawn Wagon Rides with experience in utilities to a significant impact on our about.”
Pony Rides join its Utilities Committee, community,” said Pat Henson Anyone interested in joining
Bounce House which is in the process of of the Anthem Community the Anthem Community
being formed. Council, who is developing the Council’s Utilities Committee
Residents who have worked
for a utility company and know
committee charter and seeking
its Chairperson and members.
should contact Pat Henson at
uthe r And A
Dinne ght Of how rates are set, or have city, “Should we go solar, form Click on the “Community
1 Child under 10 FREE county or state employment an energy co-op, become a Council” button on the top of
with Paid Adult experience dealing with water district? What can the the page, then click on “Contact
Additional Child $10 utilities, as well as those with council and residents do to the Board of Directors” link at
recycling, waste management save money on utility costs? the bottom of that page.
or solar expertise are welcome Are we wasting energy? These
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 7
pet of the week
North 13th Ave. in Phoenix.
Her adoption fee is only
$20 since she is a member
of our Lonely Hearts club.
This fee includes her spay
surgery, vaccination, a follow-
up veterinary exam, a colorful
collar, an AHS I.D. tag and a
For more information, call
602-997-7586 ext.2045 and
ask for animal I.D. number
This adorable Bombay mix
named Bryanna is charming in
every way. She is looking for a
sophisticated, this young kitty
is famous for clowning around
and having fun. She looses
CHILD CARE & • New Location
human companion with a sense all regal dignity when she is at Carefree Hwy.
LEARNING CENTERS, INC.
of humor and will appreciate a spotted bouncing off couch • Infants-Private Kindergarten • Free diapers
spunky and charismatic. Like cushions and clumsily playing • Sharp, creative, certified • Free hot meals & snacks
many pets that end up at the her favorite game, chase. Seeing teachers • Computer Learning Center
• Pay only for the time your • Large Outdoor Play Area
shelter, Bryanna was found as this feisty girl dashing from one child is here
a stray and was wandering the end of the house to the other “At Carefree”
streets alone before someone and hugging tight corners while Every child is a precious, God- OW
REGISTER N E 2717 W. Carefree Hwy
given being with basic needs: AT
found her and brought her to desperately trying to catch up FO R OUR PRIV
social, physical, emotional & KIND ERGARTEN Phoenix, AZ 85085
the Arizona Humane Society to a laser light is hilarious to
intellectual. It is our purpose to (623) 780-1786 FREE
where she could find a forever watch. meet these needs when your REGISTRATION
home. You can adopt Bryanna now at “At Raintree” “At Kierland” & 50% OFF
child is in our care. 13831 N 94th St. 6440 East Greenway Pkwy FIRST WEEK
Although Bombays are the Arizona Humane Society’s www.scottsdale learningcenters.com PRESENT THIS COUPON
Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85245
usually distinguished and Sunnyslope Facility at 9226 Ask About Employment Opportunities
(480) 860-9500 (480) 368-1711
Custom Pools and Spas for
the Arizona Lifestyle
Offering: • Water features • Hardscaping
• Award-winning designs • Remodeling pools • Outdoor kitchens
• Quality pools & spas to look like new • Custom designs
Visit our gallery on line at www.tribalwaters.us
No games. No gimmicks. Just good pricing & quality pools.
call Tribal waters for a Free estimate
Call us today at 623.587.8500
1831 W. Rose Garden Lane Suite #4, Phoenix, AZ 85027
Residential ROC# 224021 Commercial ROC# 251147
page 8 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
Ownership changes, quality remains at Byler’s
Matt Loeschman the Bylers simply served great breakfast buffet for $7.95 that
Managing Editor food. includes eggs, bacon, ham,
Last summer, John and Gerry sausage, home fries, biscuits
The ownership may have decided to retire from the and more.
changed at Byler’s Amish restaurant business. Additionally, Byler’s has
Kitchen, but the delicious food New owner Alexander and an adjoining store that offers
and excellent service customers manager Jack Ekin, a previous Arizona souvenirs, handmade
are used to remains the same. owner of the Squaw Peak Steak specialty items from the Amish
“Not a lot has changed,” House, are not going to toy with and Mennonites as well as
said Katie Sortor, a Byler’s the recipe that made Byler’s a jams and jellies from the Byler
employee. “We get people hit for more than a decade. family.
coming in from all over the Patrons can still experience “There are nice crafts inside
place. They have heard about traditional home-cooked Amish the store,” Sortor said. “Some
Byler’s Amish Kitchen how good the food is here.”
Those who stop by always
food and pastries from recipes
John and Gerry brought with
are native to Arizona.”
The location is open seven
remember the homemade Amish them from Ohio. days a week, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
food, with large portions served House specialties include a Monday through Thursday
at very reasonable prices. Friday night all-you-can-eat and 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday
Check Original owners John and fish fry featuring Alaskan cod through Sunday.
Hours Gerry Byler are from Ohio and for $9.95. Byler’s Amish Kitchen is
brought with them to Arizona From 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, located at 34351 S. Old Black
Traditional American Food traditional Amish
including how to cook and
values, Byler’s offers a prime rib Canyon Highway, about 10
Great Food and Ample portions at reasonable prices! dinner, Sortor said. That dinner minutes north of Anthem in
Great homemade Pies serve excellent food. People is $11.95 (queen) or $15.95 Black Canyon City. Use exit
from all around the Valley soon (king). 242 off Interstate 17.
Weekend Breakfast Buffet Restaurant Open 7 Days a Week
8am to 12 noon
learned what Black Canyon The restaurant also offers The restaurant can be reached
Mon - Thurs 7am to 7pm
All-You-Can-Eat $7.95 Fri-Sun 6:30am to 8pm City residents knew all along – an all-you-can-eat weekend at 623-374-9330.
Homemade Fudge $1.00 Bottomless Cup Coffee
34351 S. Old Black Canyon Highway Gallery announces new summer exhibit
Black Canyon City •Exit 242, Off I-17 Staff report
Adelante Gallery at el Pedregal Shops and
Dining at the Boulders Resort has announced
the arrival of a new summer exhibit
with artwork by Argentine artist, Sergio
Lower Your House Payment Roggerone. Roggerone is a multi-talented
artist that draws inspiration from such
disparate cultures such as Byzantium, Central
Asia, native Argentine folkways and medieval
Catholicism. The works of Sergio Roggerone
express an intricate and magical combination
Loan Audit by Attorneys of Argentine culture and his Mendoza
birthplace. At the forefront of Mendocino art,
Call Now 623-252-0413 his passionate style incorporates fabrics and
textures that define the depth and emotion of
(800)981-2846 Ext 37 his subjects.
Email:Robert.Porter@DiamondLawCenter.com Viewers “experience themselves” through Submitted photos
his paintings, from the blessing of the fruit to The works of Sergio Roggerone will be on display at
the parade of queens to the cosecha (harvest), the Adelante Gallery this summer.
which emphasizes the Mendocino sun, golden
leaves and emblematic grapes. Beautifully Pedregal in September. Adelante showcases
ornate, the frames are as much a part of his paintings, sculptures, and jewelry by local
artwork as the paintings themselves, each with and international folk and fine artists, whose
medieval elements and religious connotations work runs the gamut from the devotional
that are delicate, with a touch of wit as well. to the irreverent. For more information on
Born in 1968, his defined style exhibits Adelante Gallery, call 480-488-1285 or visit
his rare ingenuity to combine elements and www.elpedregal.com.
experiences that have shaped his life into El Pedregal encompasses 80,000 square feet
great works of art. With a commitment to his of space filled with boutiques, Southwestern
work, he is changing the conscience of art in apparel, intriguing art galleries, and fun and
communities to create a place for Argentine casual dining.
art in the rest of the world. Over 15 shops surround a courtyard and
Adelante Gallery is known for its distinctive amphitheater, which features a variety of
selection of art and jewelry. A featured gallery entertainment offerings.
on CNN International’s program “Art Club,” For more information, call 480-488-1072
Adelante is celebrating its 15th year at el or visit www.elpedregal.com.
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 9
Pioneer receives donation to help
get job done
United Road Towing recently presented a reconditioned truck to the Pioneer Arizona Living History Village
and Museum. Pictured left to right are Bruce Raden, Kenneth Smithee, John Wicke, United Road Towing
manager; Dave Seibert, Todd Hullinger, Tony Gutowski, Jim Boniface, and Larry and Willine Evans.
By Jeffrey Cody Todd Hullinger, Director 5 years of age are free.
Special to the Focus of Pioneer Arizona, added, For more information,
“URT has not only donated call 623-465-1052 or e-mail
“That’s a darn fine truck!” this workhorse of a truck, pioneerarizona@earthlink.
exclaimed Marshall Alamo. but they have also offered net.
He was looking at the 1994 to donate the use of a bobcat Pioneer Arizona board
Chevrolet One-Ton Flatbed and dump trailer to further members are Dave Seibert,
truck donated by United expedite the summer cleanup president, Tony Gutowski, Bee Elimination
Road Towing of Phoenix. at Pioneer. Both staff and senior vice president; Larry Scorpions • Ticks • Ants
John Wicke, General volunteers who have been Evans, vice president;
Manager of URT, officially using their personal trucks to Becky Patton, treasurer; Guaranteed Service • Residential
presented the title for the
help at Pioneer for years are Willine Evans, secretary,
freshly painted and totally excited to see this addition.” Jim Boniface, Bruce Raden,
reconditioned vehicle to Snake Removal
Residents can see the truck Kenneth Smithee, Joe Spikes.
Dave Siebert, President of the in action by visiting Pioneer Also Judy Lorch, Assistant
Pioneer Arizona Foundation Living History Museum, exit to Phoenix Councilwoman Pigeon Control
Board. I-17 at Pioneer exit 225. Thelda Williams. Lic # 1-5655-B
Dave noted that the timing During the summer, a
is perfect. museum-only status will be
“This is the first reliable maintained with all buildings
piece of equipment Pioneer open for viewing only.
has received in years. Since Summer daily hours,
we are planning major Wednesday through Sunday,
renovations and cleanup are 8 a.m.-2 p.m.. Entrance
during the summer, this truck fees are $7 for adults, $5 for
with its ability to pull a trailer students 6-17 years, $6 for
is invaluable.” seniors 60+. Children under
page 10 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
MTA invites youth to arts institute
•Creating Beautiful Smiles In The Valley For Over 17 Years
•Complimentary 1 Hour Exam
•No Interest Payment Plans •Most Dental Insurance Accepted
2525 W. Carefree Hwy. Bldg. 6 #140
Gold Granite Submitted photo
The Musical Theater of Anthem’s Summer Performing Arts Institute is popular among local youth.
Staff report Beauty and The Beast Jr., musicaltheatreofanthem.
Little Women, Into the org.
Registration is under way Woods and The Wizard of The mission of MTA
for the Musical Theatre Oz. There will be award- is to develop youth and
of Anthem’s Summer winning, experienced and adults within the field
Performing Arts Institute, a talented instructors from of performing arts while
two-week intensive program all over the Valley working enhancing their intrinsic
for performers ages 6-20. with the participants. creativity and brokering
Students will learn The Institute will be held their vast talents. MTA
Gold Granite Ofﬁce (928) 501-3006 vocal technique, basics July 13-24 from 9:30-3:00 trains and educates youth
Rip Rap Mobile (602) 571-4470 of dance, musical theatre Monday-Friday with a half- so that they can become the
style dance, tap, acting, hour lunch break. There artists, patrons, and leaders
Boulders Serving North Phx, Anthem improv, interpretation of will be a free performance of tomorrow while providing
Sand Cave Creek, New River, songs, advanced audition on Friday, July 24. opportunities to adults that
techniques, and stage The first non-refundable empower them and foster
ABC Scottsdale presence, as well as get the payment of $200 is due upon their creativity. MTA’s
*Military Discounts* opportunity to showcase registration and the second principles include casting
their talents during a free, payment of $190 is due all who audition in select
live performance. All on the first day of classes. productions, presenting high
levels are welcome, and There is a 10 percent sibling quality shows that everyone
performers will be grouped discount available. Space is can enjoy, and providing
by age. limited. a positive environment
Led by Producing Artistic The Performing Arts where performers can
Director Jackie Hammond, Institute will be held at the practice teamwork and
the workshop will feature Caepe School in Anthem. communication skills while
numbers from MTA’s Online registration experiencing the pride of
second season, including is available at www. accomplishment.
Clinic offers financial break to customers
Staff report Barnhart Clinic on March 2 $90 to spay a large dog,
to the public and is dedicated pit bulls and pit mixes are
Altered Tails Barnhart to offering accessible and altered at no cost to the
Clinic wants to help to give affordable spay/neuter and customer, active military
people a financial break some veterinary services. personnel may qualify for
by providing free spay/ The organization wants either free or significantly
neuter services to pit and the community to be aware reduced fees for altering
pit mixes. While consumers that they are there to help. and AHCCCS member
are looking for discounts The Altered Tails Barnhart discounts are provided.
to help them survive these Clinic is centrally located All services are by
hard economic times, many (950 West Hatcher Road, appointment only and
are forgoing important Phoenix) and provides low must be scheduled in
veterinary services, cost spay/neuter surgeries advance by calling 602-
specifically spay/neuter to both companion animals 943-SPAY (7729). For
surgeries adding to the and free-roaming cats. more information on the
already intense over-pet Not only are surgeries organization, visit www.
population in the Valley. offered at greatly reduced alteredtails.org.
Altered Tails, a non-profit prices, starting at $25 to
organization opened its neuter a cat and up to only
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 11
Pig-n-Whistle prospers in
Staff report months. The pit smokes the meat
According to the National until it falls off the bone,
Hungry families can Restaurant Association, adds flavor and creates a tasty
now enjoy Memphis-style restaurant sales nationwide product.
barbecue and ribs at the are expected to total $556 It operates 24 hours a
new eatery in the Outlets billion this year. While that day with an average of 120
at Anthem’s food pavilion is an increase of 2.5 percent pounds of meat smoked per
seven days a week. from 2008, analysts say it day.
Pig-n-Whistle opened its
doors at a time when other
marks a 1 percent decline
when adjusted for inflation.
When asked about the
large grimacing pig as a
Career Success Schools
local restaurants are closing Despite the statistics, Pig-n- logo, Guest said, “New ...a place where your student can be successful
their doors. Whistle continues to prosper. Memphis BBQ and Ribs we are now nCA Accredited and have
“At a time when economic Pig-n-Whistle is one of with Attitude is about the
times are tough, we have been •Small Class Sizes - our classes average 10-15 students
seven restaurants currently southern hospitality that has
able to operate successful •Highly Qualified Teachers who have successful business
in the food pavilion at the proud roots in the delicious
restaurants that are profitable experience
outlet center. It serves chili, flavor and distinction they
and building sales,” said •Monday thru Thursday class schedule
salads and the most popular are proud of.
owner Craig Guest. •Aims preparatory classes
items are the hickory smoked “It is also a bit of fun,” he
Guest also owns Fresca’s •Teacher driven classes and A+ core course computer
ribs, pulled pork sandwiches added.
Mexican Grill at the Anthem driven classes
and barbecue chicken. The Pig-n-Whistle is located
food pavilion. •Foreign Language classes
restaurant operates a state-of- in the food pavilion at the
Brands such as Pink Taco, •Business program and Art and Jewelry Design program
the-art stainless steel cooker Outlets at Anthem off I-17
Fox Sports Grill, Black •Summer school classes available to accelerate your
called a pit that has more than and Anthem Way, exit 229.
Angus and Malee’s Thai program
60 square feet of cooking For more information, call
Bistro all have closed metro •Students can graduate in 3 years
space and burns 25 pounds of 623-465-9500 or visit www.
Phoenix locations in recent hickory wood each week. outletsanthem.com. Our enrollment is limited to 110 students
For more info on our 2009-2010 school year
Please call (480) 575-0075
Grand Opening GOLF CART TIRE
18/850-8 4 PLY
C&R Tire $ 20
2010 W Parkside Lane • 623-580-0455
Happy Valley/Deer Valley Area (One Block South & West Of Pinnacle Peak & 19th Ave)
(Some Quanities Limited) Oil Change $14.99
Touring up to 5 quarts 5W30 Kendall semi-synthetic
P175/70R13 $25 oil plus $3 waste disposal. Expires 6/3/09
P195/65R15 $45 WHY USE C&R TIRE: FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED
P205/65R15 $45 1. 12 month or 12,000 mile nationwide parts & labor warranty.
P225/60R16 $50 2. Nationwide tire warranties.
3. 24/7 emergency roadside assistance on qualified tire brands.
Performance 4. Three stores open sundays and have mechanics on duty.
P195/70R14 $35 5. We are approved Arizona AAA Auto Repair facility.
P195/60R15 $45 6. We are member in good standing Arizona Better Business Bureau.
7. We rotate and balance tires we sell, no charge.
P205/60R15 $45 8. We fix repairable flats on tires we sell, no charge.
P205/55R16 $50 9. We sell 3 year nationwide free flat repair & free replacement road hazard
•Water Heaters and Faucets •Fast Emergency Service P205/60R16 $50 warranty. On tires we sell or tires on your vehicle.
•Water, Gas, and Sewer Lines •No Overtime Charges Truck/SUV 10. We have Nitrogen for your tires. Go to www.getnitrogen for info.
•Slab Leaks •Video Inspection of Sewer Lines P255/70R16 $89
P265/70R16 $101 C&R TIRE & AUTO REPAIR FAMILY OWNED
$250 OFF $100 OFF P265/70R17 $109 Anthem 42215 N Vision Way (3 blocks So. of Walmart) 623-551-6255
Happy/Deer Valley Area 2010 West Parkside Lane 623-580-0455
Closeouts Phoenix 17434 N Cave Creek Rd Open Sunday 9-6 602-493-5258
Tankless Water Heater Any Tank Style Water Heater LT215/85R16 $99 Phoenix 17225 N Tatum Open Sunday 9-6 602-867-7466
Exp. 5-31-09 Exp. 5-31-09 LT225/75R16 $99 Scottsdale 9580 E Raintree Open Sunday 10-4 480-657-6656
LT235/85R16 $94 Tires call for prices. We sell Michelin, Goodyear, Continental, Bridgestone,
CALL NOW FOR IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENT! LT245/75R16 $109 Yokohama, BF Goodrich, Hankook, Sumitomo, General, Firestone & More.
Licensed •Bonded • Insured 623.587.0085 LT265/75R16 $114
State or Local Taxes or Surcharges
Installation and taxes extra.
We are Full Service including: A/C Brakes, Belts, Wheel Alignments,
www.benfranklinplumbingaz.com for Environmental Protection will
be an extra charge. Electrical, Emissions, Dealer Maintenance Services, and more.
Open Mon - Sat 7am to 6pm See Sunday Hours Above.
Our Punctual When we say we’ll be there, we’ll be there...
Promise to you... or we’ll pay you $5 for every minute we’re late!
page 12 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
Angel Dominguez General HOA in Education from George 480-239-4896 or go to www.
Landscaping Inc. Meeting set for May 27 Mason University in Northern desertpalms.net.
Tree Trimming, Lawn Maintenance, Gravel,
The Anthem Community Virginia.
Raking, Vacationer’s/Snowbirds, Council will meet 6:30 Wylie, a Certified School HEALTH
Outdoor Maintenance, Landscaping, p.m. May 27 at the Anthem Psychologist and accomplished Doctor offers tips during
New Timers, Irrigation System, Lights Community Center. athlete, has been hired to lead lecture series
Items expected to be discussed the Physical Education Program East-West Integrated
Call (602)721-9952 include the publication of the
Freedom Way magazine.
and serve as a consultant.
A member of the American
Healthcare and Curves of
Anthem/New River are hosting
Licensed & Insured The public is invited to attend Natural Medicine with Dr. Jen,
the meeting. the National Association of a health lecture series to help
School Psychologists, and women and their families gain
NEW BUSINESS the American Association and sustain healthy lifestyles.
Clinic open house set of Christian Counselors, Dr. The next meeting is set for
June 11 Wylie specializes in the areas May 27 when Calvo discusses
Desert West Obstetrics of child development and child the Secrets to a Happy Bowel:
and Gynecology will hold a and adolescent personality. Indigestion, Irritable Bowel
public open house of its newly Syndrome, Ulcerative Colitis
constructed Anthem office 3-7 ART and Crohn’s
p.m. Thursday, June 11. The Artists gather in New Natural Medicine with
office is located at 41810 North River Dr. Jen Calvo is a series of
Venture Dr., Building E, Suite The Circle Mountain Art free educational gatherings
156, Venture Court Professional Association will gather Monday that teach health conscious
Plaza. at the studio of Alan and Penny women how to experience
The public is invited to Lowry in New River. optimal wellness using natural
explore the 3,000 square foot The group, consisting of healthcare strategies. Natural
site featuring eight exam rooms artists of all fine art media, Medicine with Dr. Jen monthly
Hair & Nails
and meet with the Desert West meet the third Monday of each seminars will be offered the
medical team and office staff. month at the studio located last Wednesday of the month
The celebration will also include off Circle Mountain Road and at 7 p.m. at Curves of Anthem,
details about service offerings, 22ns St. located at 42323 N Vision Way
prize drawings and take home Meetings are geared to Suite 105, Anthem AZ 85086.
Any Chemical Hair Service giveaways. Refreshments will
exploring the art media. A
group show is in the process
The topics covered are holistic
in nature and deal with both the
w/Cut & Style $75 “We’re eager to showcase our of being planned for the Fall physical and emotional aspects
new location to the community of this year. Those interested in of wellness.
and discuss the many services joining should contact Alan by Please call Curves of Anthem
we offer,” said Cindy Bowen, e-mail at alowy@qwestoffice. at 623-551-5100 to register for
administrator. “The event is a net or by phone from 9 a.m.-5 sessions or for more information
48414 N Black Canyon Hwy, New River, AZ 85087 great opportunity to meet with p.m. Monday-Friday at 623- regarding the lecture series. For
the public, answer questions 465-1077 regularly updated information,
Maricopa County, Arizonaget to know our patients in
Maricopa County, Arizona visit www.eastwestihc.com.
Daisy Mountain Fire District setting.”
a casual EQUESTRIAN
Daisy Mountain Fire District
Proposed Budget Camp teaches youth AA group gathers in New
FY July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010
EDUCATION about horses River
FY July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010
School adds new Desert Palms Equestrian An Alcoholics Anonymous
educators Center is offering five weeks group meets at 7:30 p.m. every
The Caepe School, of summer day camps this year Monday at the New River Bible
REVENuES Taxes 11,432,568.53
Anthem’s only private, non-
REVENuES Taxes 11,432,568.53 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. throughout Chapel, off of 15th Ave and
Charges for Service 998,200.00
Charges for Service
998,200.00 the months of June and July. New River Road. Call Mary at
interest on investments will be adding two more
10,000.00 Located in Cave Creek, the 623-581-3457 for information.
interest on investments 10,000.00
educators to their staff for the four-day camps, opened to ages Meetings are free.
TOTAL REVENuES 2009-10 school year, it was
12,544,968.53 7-18, cost $425. Campers ride
TOTAL REVENuES 12,544,968.53
announced last week. twice a day with the first ride AA group meets in
Dr. Chris Wylie and Carolyn focusing on having a proper Anthem
EXPENSES Salaries and Wages 7,592,306.24
King-Woerner, both residents seat. During the second ride An Alcoholics Anonymous
EXPENSES Salaries and Wages 7,592,306.24
Employee Benefits and Expenses 2,377,063.43
of Anthem, will begin their group meets at noon Monday-
Employee Benefits and Expenses 2,377,063.43 campers play games or learn to
respective tenures as faculty
ride bareback. Other activities Friday and at 5:30 p.m. Fridays
utilities and Communications members at the start of the next
436,620.00 will focus on all aspects of and Saturdays at St. Rose
utilities and Communications 436,620.00 The
academic year 93,000.00 horse education from colors Catholic Church, located at
Repairs and Maintenance student-teacher
Caepe School’s 237,350.00 and markings, horse health, 2825 W. Rose Canyon Circle in
Repairs and Maintenance 237,350.00
ratio at 9:1. 757,766.00
757,766.00 barn safety, proper grooming Anthem. Meetings are free.
Capital Outlay King-Woerner, who has and bathing. A miniature horse
Buildings & Vehicles 20,000.00
Buildings & Vehicles taught First Grade in the Deer
20,000.00 drive also is on tap, along with Support group aids
Machinery and Equipment 80,000.00
Machinery and Equipment Valley School district for the
80,000.00 arts and crafts and other games Alzheimer care takers
Principal Retirement past two years, will teach
476,372.86 including opportunities to go AnAlzheimer’s support group
Principal Retirement 476,372.86
kindergarten at 18,000.00
The Caepe meets from 10-11:30 a.m. the
interest and Fiscal Charges swimming. Activities are led
interest and Fiscal Charges 18,000.00
Contingency 200,000.00 three
School. The mother of by qualified instructors. fourth Saturday of each month
holds a bachelor’s degree in For information or questions community events
TOTAL EXPENDiTuRES English and 12,544,968.53
a master’s degree
TOTAL EXPENDiTuRES 12,544,968.53 contact Michelle McVey at continued on page 13
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 13
community events refresh Your Yard - Installation Available
continued from page 12 coming to watch the Model anthemaz.
Search, Outlets at Anthem
to provide a forum to share stores will offer event day only Ranch hosting
feelings, concerns, information, discounts. fundraiser AB • Top Soil • Fill Dirt • Boulders • River Rock
tools and encouragement. Outlets at Anthem is just Dreamchaser PMU Rescue Arena Sand • Landscaping Rock • Madison Gold ...and Irrigation
The free meetings take place 10 minutes north of Loop 101 and Rehabilitation is holding Local family owned company, serving greater No. Phoenix Area
at REMAX/First American at Anthem Way Exit #229. a yard sale on Friday, May 29
Title, located at 3701 W. For more information, call Call Us • Free Quote and Measuring
and Saturday, May 30 to benefit
Anthem Way. For information
Proud to be a
623-465-9500 or visit www. the horse rescue. It will be held Licensed Landscaping Contractor
call 623-910-6072. outletsanthem.com. ROC 196476
at 1409 W. Joy Ranch Road in
BENEFIT Hours are from 7 a.m. to 3
Outlets host model
Relay for Life meeting p.m. on both days.
set All proceeds from the sale
The sixth annual Strike-
Anthem Relay For Life 2009 will be used to maintain the
A-Pose Model Search will
team captain and information horses and every rescued
be at 7:30 a.m. June 6 at the
meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. animal at the ranch.
Outlets at Anthem. The search
Tuesday, June 9 at the Outlets
is open to ages 4-40, of diverse
at Anthem in Suite No. 435. Dinner raises funds for
backgrounds, shapes and sizes.
Save money by registering a breast cancer research
Previously the search was only
team until June 30 and you also Affinito’s Bistro is playing
open to those 5-19 years of age.
get to choose your campsite for host to the 3rd annual Save the
Registration is free and will
$50 off your team registration. Boobs Benefit Fundraiser from
take place at Outlets at Anthem
Anthem Relay For Life 2009 6-9 p.m. June 1. To Claim your Free $150.00 Gift Card
starting at 7:30am.
is tentatively scheduled for 6 The fundraiser, at the Anthem
FORD/Robert Black Agency
p.m.-6 a.m. Oct. 3-4. restaurant, will benefit Team
will offer a one year modeling
For questions or comments, W.I.S.H. (Walking In Spirit and
contracts to six grand prize
contact Tari Skousen, Anthem Hope) Arizona.
winners. Those selected will be
RFL Team Development Tickets for the event, which
featured in Outlets at Anthem’s
Co-Chair and Media Chair will include live music, food
year round print ad campaigns
at 623-742-8150 or e-mail and pink drink specials, are
and televised appearances.
firstname.lastname@example.org. community events
As an added bonus for those
Visit www.relayforlife.org/ continued on page 15
In Cave Creek Since 1997
Luxury Custom Pool
Your new source for premium cigars, humidors and a complete line of cigar accessories.
oﬀ any TOO!
15% WINE TASTINGpurchase.
Bring this ad in for
DON’T MISS OUR WEEK-END
4705 E Carefree Hwy Suite 116
Sun - Wed 11-7PM New Extended Hours: Thur - Sat 11-9PM
Call for your pool consultation
Licensed • Bonded • Insured
37234 N Cave Creek Rd • Cave Creek, AZ 85331
page 14 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
around the bluhmin’ town
Money can teach us many lessons
fellow was long gone. When sitting on the countertop and
surveyed (conducted in New I grabbed them and put them
Zealand), 20 percent of the in my pocket. I don’t know
folks said that he did ‘the why, but I felt very clever,
right thing.” Yikes, when does even elated at first. Of course,
stealing become “right?” All when I walked out of the store,
right, so many “supporters” my father asked me what was
claim that the bank was stupid jingling in my pants pocket.
and he didn’t steal anything, When I told him I took four
since they “gave” him the quarters, because “they were just
money. Sounds like people lying there and no one wanted
By Judy Bluhm everywhere are pretty mad at them,” I thought he might die
the banks. on the spot. My career as a thief
What would you do with ten I have been to New Zealand ended very abruptly. Back into
million bucks? Imagine the and the only thing wrong the store I went, confessing like
homes, the cars, the clothes, with the place is that the a hardened criminal what I had
the piles of cash that could entire population loves to eat done to the store- owner. It was
lie around while you happily vegemite. Black, tarry, foul- a miserable moment.
went on exotic vacations and smelling, putrid tasting “hell I was lectured, given extra
shopping sprees. Oh, and in a jar,” they spread it on toast chores and told to pray for
how fun it would be to give like it’s peanut butter. I have forgiveness. I had taken
generously to your favorite always secretly concluded that something that belonged to
charity. Retirement for you and something is terribly wrong someone else and I was scared
college for the kids could be with the residents of this that I might go to jail for my
secure. It would feel pretty good beautiful land who can eat such crime. After that experience, I
to stumble onto ten million big a horrid substance. This could was reformed. I always thought
ones. explain why the poor bloke bad things would happen to
Did I mention that a man in took the millions and ran – the me if I did something wrong.
New Zealand asked his bank nasty vegemite had gone to his Which makes me wonder about
for ten thousand dollars in brain! the instant millionaire in New
overdraft protection to help him Where in the world could you Zealand (or wherever he is).
with his struggling business? hide? I don’t think banks take Did he think he won the lottery?
He was thinking about closing losing money lightly (unless of Did he feel that no one would
his gas station, letting go of his course it’s to CEOs). Changing ever notice? Someone said that
house and “voila,” a miracle hair color and using a fake name he had no strong family ties and
(and big mistake) occurred. His in a far away place seems like was probably “thrilled” to just
bank gave him ten million (in it wouldn’t work for very long get away. Oh great, are we to
New Zealand dollars) instead when ten million is at stake. feel sorry for him?
of ten thousand bucks. Oops, Oh yea, I’d be so nervous, so Life is filled with little (and
just a slight clerical error. completely paranoid and guilty, big) moments that we can learn
BINGO Oh, but it gets better. The guy
takes the money, transfers it
that I am sure I would become
physically (and mentally) ill.
from. Money can teach us many
lessons. Shopping has become
NEW LOCATION to an overseas account, grabs
his girlfriend and leaves the
Who wants to have to hide out
like a thief forever?
America’s favorite pastime.
The quest for having “bigger
country. I once stole a dollar from a and better” is now engrained in
When the bank finally mom-and-pop grocery store our culture. I certainly am not
wHErE: 3701 W. Anthem Way, discovered their “little when I was eight years old. above the wanting of millions,
Anthem AZ (HOA Building corner problem,” the suddenly rich There were four shiny quarters but I suppose I’ll be forced to
of Anthem Way & Venture) get it the old-fashioned way.
But, oh, if I started eating
wHEn: 6:30pm Early Bird that disgusting vegemite, who
7:00pm Regular BINGO knows what might happen?
1st & 3rd Friday nights of Quarters left carelessly on a
each month counter . . . . those are mine.
A bank mistake? Not my fault.
SPonSor: Daisy Mtn See you in Aruba. I’ll be the one
VFW #12031 & Daisy Mtn with a dark wig, big glasses and
American Legion #128 loads of cash. In the meantime,
let’s all count our zeros on bank
statements. No, I meant to say,
Come Join Us For A Night Of Fun And Entertainment let’s all count our blessings.
Proceeds Beneﬁt Veterans, Veterans Families, Active Dear Readers, if someone from
“Down Under” tempts you with
Duty Personnel, and The Community.
a little jar of vegemite, run for
Contact Bob Hackett 623-551-9805 your life.
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 15
continued from page 13 Live, Jr. at 1 p.m. June 5-7 at Registration is $249 per
Boulder Creek High School’s student with a 20 percent sibling
$20. They can be purchased Mini Auditorium. discount. Camps run Monday
at Affinito’s Bistro 623-465- The show’s Jr. MTA through Friday.
0900 or by contacting Linda performers range in age from At the conclusion of the
Kacmarsky at kramsky2@ 7-14 and will include rock tunes camp there will be rehearsals
qwest.net or 623-551-5185. such as “Conjunction Junction,” to perform in Beauty and the
Team W.I.S.H Arizona will “Just a Bill,” “A Noun is a Beast Jr., open to ages 6-18.
be participating in the sixth AZ Person, Place or Thing,” and Rehearsals will run from 8 a.m.
3-Day Breast Cancer Walk Nov. “Interplanet Jane.” – noon from June 29 – July 17
13-15, 2009 in thePhoenix area. Ticket prices are $18 for Final performances will be
For the past five years, Team adults, $15 for students and July 17 - 19 at Boulder Creek.
W.I.S.H. Arizona has raised senior and $12 for children 12 Registration for this 3-week
more than $750,000 for the and under. Call (800) 595-4TIX production is $299 with a 20
3-Day Breast Cancer Walk (4849) for tickets or visit www. percent sibling discount.
benefiting Susan G. Komen musicaltheatreofanthem.org to Online registration for both
for the Cure and The National purchase tickets online. is available at www.dvusd.org/
Philanthropic Trust. communityed. Submitted photo
Those interested in being part Summer camp offers For information call 623- Danny Daniels will perform in early July at the Vineyard Church of
acting tips for youth 445-5018, or visit www. Anthem.
of the Breast Cancer 3-Day and
being part of Team W.I.S.H. Starlight Community Youth StarlightCommunityTheater. Led by Vineyard Church at at 623-551-1133 or dave@
Arizona, should contact Theater will conduct a pair of org. Participants may register Anthem Associate Pastor Dave vineyardanthem.com.
Linda Kacmarsky. In order to summer musical theatre camps for all five weeks for $400 with McPherson, the church’s “house
participate, each walker trains for for youth ages 6-14 from June sibling discounts available. band” will perform original Daniels appearing July 5
the event and must raise $2,300. 15-26 at Boulder Creek High and cover songs in a style he Gospel meets the blues on
Anyone interested in donating to School. Vineyard presents June 7 describes as a cross between John July 5 as Danny Daniels, one
Team W.I.S.H. Arizona and this Older kids in the camp will concert Mayer, Lifehouse, Matchbox 20 of the nation’s most prolific
cause may send a check payable sing songs from Hairspray while Encounter, a Vineyard and U2. worship songwriters, will be
to Breast Cancer 3-Day to: Team the younger performers will sing Church concert, is scheduled “Come enjoy a free concert teaching and performing in
W.I.S.H., 3434 W. Anthem Way, Disney tunes. for 7 p.m. June 7 in the Anthem from a great band. It’s a great concert at Vineyard Church at
Ste. 118, PMB #232, Anthem, The camp runs from 8 a.m. to Community Park Amphitheater. place to bring the family,” Anthem, 42105 N. 41st Drive.
AZ 85086. Please note Team noon with a final showcase at The open-air concert is free of said McPherson. For more community events
the conclusion of the camp. charge. information, contact McPherson continued on page 16
W.I.S.H. on the check memo.
To learn more about the 2009
Large Selection of Exotic
3-Day event, to participate, or to Old West Cactus Farm One of Arizona’s and Native Cactus
volunteer, visit www.The3-Day. 43608 N. Black Canyon Hwy. Desert Trees and Plants
org or call 800-996-3DAY. Phoenix, Arizona 85087 Largest Cacti Growers
Musical Theatre presents
The Fantasticks Spring
Musical Theatre of Anthem Open 7 days
(MTA) will present “The 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 1/2 Price Sale!
Fantasticks” at 7 p.m. May 28-
30 and 1 p.m. on May 31 at Hundred of
Boulder Creek High School’s Box
Varieties All Sizes
Iron ree 5 Lar
“The Fantasticks” is the
T 9 FREE Cactus Removal 24” Box s
$99 aro Mesquite Tree
longest-running musical in the
world. 5 All
Jackie Hammond, MTA’s
Producing Artistic Director, is $25 00 95 on
5 gall bs
directing the “The Fantasticks” 24” B Shru 0
and is joined by award-
winning choreographer Sherry Barrel Huge o
Saguar $ 75
Henderson, who has Broadway
$75 00 Now Availab
le 5 Gallon
credits to her name.
Tickets prices are $18 for
up to 18’
We’ll Buy 5 & 15
adults, $15 for students while
seniors, and children 12 and
$ FREE $ $17 gallon containers
under are $12. Call (800) 595- Ocoti
Freshly d llo
4TIX (4849) for tickets or visit
www.musicaltheatreofanthem. Golden Barrel ug 6’-10’ FREE
org to purchase tickets online. with any purchase
$20 00 1/4” Saguaro
2no purchase necessary
Must be 18 years or older.
1 per customer. With this ad.
Schoolhouse Rock comes
to Boulder Creek
Old West Cactus Farm
Must be 18 years or older.
Musical Theatre of Anthem 1 per customer. With this ad.
presents Schoolhouse Rock
page 16 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
H ot Bagels & Deli
continued from page 15
Daniels, with more than 100 Crocodile Bible School Residents watch over
Buy One Dozen Bagels Buy One Dozen Bagels & 1/2 lb of published songs to his credit, offered in Anthem neighborhood
Cream Cheese & Get 2nd 1/2 lb Vineyard Church at Anthem Anthem Traditions neighbors,
& Get 1/2 Dozen will be teaching at the 9 a.m.
FREE FREE and 10:45 a.m. Sunday services.
At 6 p.m. he will lead a worship
Vacation Bible School from
Dock sponsored by the Traditions
Neighborhood Watch, will meet
Equal or lesser value.
With Coupon only.
Equal or lesser value.
With Coupon only. concert. The concert is free of 9 a.m.-noon June 1-5 at their for free coffee, juice, donuts and
623.516.2888 charge, but donations to Daniels 42105 N. 41 Drive location.
The camp is open to ages 4-11
muffins from 9-11 a.m. May 30
at Pocket Park at Integrity and
34640 N North Valley Pkwy Ste 117 • Phoenix, AZ 85086 will be accepted.
azhotbagels.com Since the 1970s, Daniels at a cost of $20 per child for Exploration Trail.
has had more than 100 songs the week for those that sign up
published and recorded. Some before May 24. After May 24 the Cave Creek garners
cost is $25. award
of his best known tunes include
“Mighty Savior”, “You Are Participants will have the The Town of Cave Creek,
the Vine”, “Wounded Soldier”, opportunity to enjoy music, MGC Contractors and RBF
“Glory”, “The Call”, “No One crafts, snacks, hyper-speed Consulting were recently
Like You”, “Sons of Thunder” games, and Bible adventures, selected by the American Public
and “Hearts On Fire.” centered around a Bayou Works Association, Arizona
His music and ministry was theme where campers will be Chapter, for their contributions
birthed in the Jesus Movement, encouraged to spot evidence of to a successful upgrade of the
and he was a founding member of God in their daily lives. Cave Creek water system.
Bethlehem, an early Maranatha! Space is limited to 60 children. The project received the 2009
Music Group. Daniels has served Registration forms are available Public Works Project of the Year
as a staff pastor and worship at www.vineyardanthem.com Award for projects between $5-
leader at Vineyard churches in or the church office, 4303 W. $25 million in the Environment
California and Colorado, and Diburgo Drive. Completed category. RBF was recognized
now travels the globe leading forms and payment must be for their planning and design
conferences and consulting on received in order to reserve of the Town of Cave Creek’s
worship. Daniels and his family a spot. For information, call Emergency Water System
currently attend the Smoky Hill 623.551.1133 or e-mail tonya@ improvements. This project
Vineyard in Aurora, Colorado. vineyardanthem.com. established reliable water service
Vineyard Church at Anthem for the residents and businesses
is located just two blocks DANCE of the town for the first time in a
south of the Hampton Inn. For Dance group offers number of years.
more information, call 623-
AZDance Group is offering PETS
551-1133 or e-mail tonya@
a series of classes by artistic Park provides special
director Kenda Newbury offer
throughout the summer. Anthem Pets, Inc./Jackass
A course for children 6-11 is Acres K-9 Korral Dog Park is
Summer camp offers
instruction open to those with a minimum of having a special offer for new
The Community Education two years of training. The class members who join before June
Department is offering Music will include instruction in ballet, 1.
Rocks! Summer Day Camps lyrical, dance team, jazz and The membership year runs
for grades 4-9 this summer at musical theatre. The two-week August to August so the
Sandra Day O’Connor High course will meet from 9:30- membership committee is
School located at 25250 N. 35th 11:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday offering two months free for
Live Music/DJ Friday & Sat Nights 8PM - Close and Friday beginning June 1 and joining before the new year.
Darts Thursday 7pm • Poker Tuesday 6:30- 9PM Ave. in Phoenix.
Two camps will be offered ending June 12. Cost is $180. Jackass Acres K-9 is located
Karaoke Thursday 8 - 12PM
Open Mic Wednesday 8 - 12PM during the camp, which runs A course for teens 12-17, between Anthem and New River
Poker Sunday 3:30 & 6PM from 8-11 a.m. June 8-19. with a minimum of two years on the Frontage Road. It’s the first
Pool Sunday 2:00 An experienced camp will be of training will offer instruction all green dog park in the U.S.,
46639 N. Black Canyon Hwy Bike Night Wednesday 7-10PM
offered for those that have at in ballet, jazz, lyrical, Pilates/ and has become a solar model
New River, AZ 85087 Bike Night Sat Night 6-10PM yoga, modern, musical theater, for parks across the country. The
Industry Night Sunday 9pm - Close 20% OFF least one year of instruction and
Happy Hour experience using their chosen voice and photography. The class membership fee is $35 per dog
Mon - Fri 2 - 6PM Now Serving Breakfast runs from 12:30-4 p.m. Monday, and you must have up to date
instrument. Instruments will not
Reverse Happy Hour Sat 6am - 12pm Sun 8am - 12pm Wedneday, and Friday beginning shots and rabies shots. All new
Sun - Thurs 10PM - Close Friday The second camp will be for June 1 and ending June 17. Cost members that join prior to June
All you Can Eat Fish beginners in which students will is $225. 1 will have a membership to the
.50 C Wings (Icelandic Cod) $9.95 receive the opportunity to learn Classes are also available park thru July 30, 2010.
Sun - Thurs 5-8PM Wednesday about all instruments before for adults, individuals with Visit www.anthempets.
Eat in only - minimum of 12
With drink purchase All You Can Eat Spaghetti $6.95 making an instrumental choice disabilities, and for those seeking com to download the 2009-
private coaching. 10 application and check out
Thurs/Saturday during camp (rental fees may
A non-refundable registration activities and videos.
All You Can Eat Spareribs $14.95 apply).
deposit of $35 is required for
Lunch • Dinner 623-465-1020 Cost for the camp is $200. For
information visit www.dvusd. all courses by Saturday. For
FREE ENTRÉE information on any of the classes For a complete listing of
Buy One Entrée & 2 Beverages at Regular Price, org/communityed.
Get Second of Equal Or Lesser Value FREE or to register go to www.az.dance. community events go to
Dine In Only-Not Available on Fridays org or call 480-215-1916.
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 17
opinions & letters
Hope for grads deep in debt
By Terry Savage that level, your required to www.loan consolidation.
monthly payments would be ed.gov to learn about student
College students are calculated on a sliding scale. loan consolidation through
graduating into an ocean For example, the traditional the federal government.
of debt, with limited job 10-year standard repayment Then learn about the
prospects. How will they ever might call for a $350-a-month Income-Based Repayment
repay those student loans, payment on a $30,000 debt. plan for all of your federal
which average $22,000 -- but But under the Income-Based student loans. Even if you
could be much more than Repayment program, the have older, consolidated
$100,000? The idea that a same person with a $30,000 loans but cannot afford
college degree will pay for income would pay only $170 the payments because you
itself is wearing thin, as new a month. have lost your job, you may
grads face the most dismal If your payments are qualify based on your current
hiring market in decades.
Starting July 1, there will
zero, or so low that they do
not cover even the interest
income. For older loans, the
new lower payments will Reader offers rebuttal to letter
be new help for recent grads It is a pity that you would posted speed limit quite so
on your loan, the unpaid be based on the amount of
-- or those who have been out leave our fair state over a trivial much? I guess 75 mph is not fast
interest will accrue on the your loan when you entered
of school for a while and are item such as two speeding enough for you. I’m sure you
loan balance. But unlike repayment.
struggling to repay student tickets. were warned, by posted sign, at
traditional deferral programs Even if you’ve defaulted
loans. The new federal I am sure the DPS is taking least once prior to encountering
in case of hardship, the on your student loans, you
Income-Based Repayment your threat seriously and these photo radar units.
interest does not compound. might be able to get into
program will allow those removing those radar units I guess some of us learn by
In other words, interest will this plan -- after your loan
with low incomes to pay as from your area so that you can our mistakes, obviously you
not be charged on interest. is rehabilitated! And since
little as zero on their student buzz down the highway as fast don’t fall into that group.
After 25 years of payments, student loans are not erased
loans, as long as they qualify by bankruptcy, this might be as your little heart desires. May
any remaining balance will
based on income and amount your best chance to deal with I offer an alternative? Don Paul
be forgiven. And there’s a
of debt. the payment issue. Why not try not pushing the Desert Hills
special deal for those who go
The rules are a bit into qualifying public service Yes, the government knows
complicated, but basically, professions. Their loan this is complicated, and it is Greater transparency in
if you owe more on student
loans than you earn in a year,
balances will be forgiven
after 10 years.
still a work in progress. The
idea is to remove the burden
By Byron Schlomach, Ph.D. education institutions, in effect,
you will probably qualify. After checking out the of student loan repayments
the arrangement had taxpayers
Basically, any income details of this program and for those who have little Arizona’s Auditor General subsidizing efforts to send more
greater than 150 percent of using the online calculator at income and/or big student recently released a report taxpayer money to community
the federal poverty level is the website to estimate your loan debt. And the program detailing how the Maricopa colleges. The Auditor’s office
considered “discretionary payment, you’ll want to start is also designed to encourage County Community College points out that by paying the
income” for purposes of the process. Applications graduates to go into public District (MCCCD) fraudulently employees and waiting for
this program. And no more will be available July 1 service. put employees of three non- reimbursement, the MCCCD
than 15 percent of your (and while you can check Student loans stay with you profits on the district’s payroll: essentially gave short-term,
discretionary income will your eligibility, the Internal for a lifetime, since they can’t the Arizona Community College interest-free loans to the non-
go to student loan payments Revenue Service will verify be wiped out by bankruptcy. Association; theArizona Business profits, too.
(that poverty level differs if you qualify based on last Eventually your education and Education Coalition; and the Sometimes, corrupt practices
depending on your family year’s income). will help you land a better East Valley Partnership. become so common that they
size). For example, the 150 You’ll probably want to job to make repayment easier. Here’s how the scam worked: are no longer considered corrupt.
percent figure for a single consolidate all of your fixed- But if you are struggling with The non-profit boards would The reply to the report by the
person would be $16,245 in rate federal student loans, student loan repayments, make a high-level hire. That MCCCD chancellor makes
the continental United States, which mostly carry a 6.8 either because you’re just board would then inform clear that he doesn’t see the big
higher in Alaska and Hawaii. percent rate for the life of graduating and don’t have a MCCCD of the hire date and deal, claiming “the conclusions
If you make less than the loan. The only exception job, or because you’ve lost pay rate and the new non-profit in the Report are the result of
150 percent of the poverty would be for the older -- pre- your job, this new program employee would be added to ‘incomplete and erroneous’
level (and therefore have no 2006 -- variable rate loans. is designed to lift some of the payroll. All direct costs to information.”
discretionary income to put Those may qualify for a your burden. And that’s The MCCCD would be invoiced Once again, the need for greater
toward loan payments), your very low rate starting in July, Savage Truth. to the non-profits, which then transparency in government
IBR payment on your student under the consolidation rate eventually reimbursed MCCCD. spending is evidenced. If
loans would be zero. Above set by Treasury auctions. Go These “employees” never taxpayers had easy access to
The Foothills Focus encourages submissions from the public for the editorial page. reported to MCCCD supervisors, MCCCD’s payroll data--even if
Respond to the columnists, fellow letter writers, or let us know about something all together who supposedly had authority it were only a list of employees-
different making an impact in your community. over them. -this misuse of public resources
This sweetheart deal allowed could have been discovered and
Submissions should be kept to less than 400 words. Send letters to email@example.com. employees of these groups to stopped sooner.
If e-mail is unavailable fax submissions to 623-465-1363 or send them by mail to 46641 receive state-funded employee
N Black Canyon Hwy, New River, Az 85087. Include your name, your city and a phone benefits. And because all of Byron Schlomach, Ph.D, is
number where you can be reached. these groups aggressively pursue director of economic policy at
taxpayer money for higher the Goldwater Institute.
page 18 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
Brewer, families help honor fallen DPS officers
By Michelle Price her husband’s name. The yesterday that it happened,” displaying their names. The heroes that they are,” she said.
Cronkite News Service Department of Public Safety said McCaleb, whose husband, roll call was accompanied by Jan Blaser-Upchurch of
officer accompanying her gave DPS Officer William H. the sound of bagpipes playing Tucson was there to remember
Gwenn Murie McCaleb “Amazing Grace,” followed her husband, Sgt. John M.
a salute, and, as they walked Murie, 31, was killed Nov. 19,
placed a single red rose on a by a helicopter flyover. Blaser, 36, who was killed
away, she cried a little. 1980, when was struck by a
memorial wall, then kissed This year’s ceremony was along with Officer David
“Every time there’s a passing vehicle while assisting
her fingers and pressed them the first time Officer Bruce G. Gabrielli, 43, on Aug.
service like this, it’s like just at a crash on Interstate 17 near
against a plaque bearing W. Harrolle, an air rescue 31, 1990, when they were
“The tears flow just like they paramedic, was honored. hit by a drunk driver while
always did,” McCaleb said. Harrolle, 36, was killed Oct. investigating a fatal crash.
Family members, friends 13, 2008 when he was struck Blaser had celebrated his third
and fellow officers met outside by a helicopter’s rotor blades wedding anniversary a month
DPS headquarters Monday during the rescue of two before.
morning for the annual Fallen stranded hikers in the Sedona “My life changed forever,”
Officer Memorial Ceremony. area. Blaser-Upchurch said. “It’s
The observance gives “I had prayed to be the first something I never expected
surviving family members a DPS director to get through a to happen. I was just
chance to continue honoring term without adding a name devastated.”
the sacrifice of their loved to this wall,” DPS Director She said she attends the
ones, McCaleb said. Roger Vanderpool said. “But memorial ceremony every
“When they say we will it was not to be.” year because it’s important
never forget, it’s like an acting Gov. Jan Brewer said to continue to honor her late
out of that promise,” she said. Harrolle and the 26 others husband.
“We widows, we families, dedicated themselves to “It’s a wonderful way
never feel that our loved ones protect the public. to remember officers, no
died in vain.” “Every day that they went to matter how many years it is,
To remember their loved work; every day that they put because we always remember
ones, family members and DPS on their uniforms and strapped them,” Blaser-Upchurch
officers placed 27 roses, one for on their equipment; every act said. “They’re always in our
each of the fallen, on top of two of courage they performed in hearts.”
walls with memorial plaques the line of duty, made them the
art air conditioning air conditioning air conditioning auto repair barber shops
Custom Artwork NNY’S
Having it done
right the first time MA Heating • Air Conditioning
PRICELESS! Heating & Cooling Appliance Service
•Installation Maintenance • Installation
Your Local •Repair
•Same Day Service
•Air Conditioning We Service All Major Brands
Residential • Commercial •Emergency Repairs
Call 24 hours a day
602-518-0443 623-374-3482 firstname.lastname@example.org
WendyMorrisTank.com •Plumbing Roc#242875 Bonded • Insured
adult care 480.710.7356
Grace Hill Adult Care
Where Caring is our priority
623-444-0611 • Air Conditioning automotive •Contemporary Appearance
Licensed•Bonded•Insured • Heating
2405 W Florentine Rd Residential & Commercial •Professional Service
Phoenix, AZ 85086
Residential & Commercial • Residential •Superior Quality
Sales •Service • Installation
623-734-5905 Residential & Commercial “We won’t sell you something
• Commercial •25 Yrs Experience
Residential & Commercial Sales -Service-Installation •Complete Kitchen & Bath
•24 Hrs supervised •Delicious home Residential & Commercial you don’t need.”
Free new unit quotes Remodeling
cooked meals •Daily Laundry & Residential & Commercial
Residential & Commercial
Family owned and operated •Lowest Price Guaranteed
•Salon & Barber Services
11 YEARS OF HONEST AND
or replacements starting $159 •Family Owned & Operated
•Pharmacy & Transportation •Private or
Free Mobile Service •Evening & Weekend
Semi-Private rooms, furnished. includes 2# refrigerant free All Insurance Accepted Appointments Available
•Located near I-17 & Carefree Hwy. &
John C. Lincoln urgent care hospital.
Licensed, Bonded, Insured for
MAKE THE WISE CHOICE! •License #194714
Roc #106736 ROC#142594 -Bonded-Insured
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 19
carpet cleaning concrete concrete construction electrical
Professional Service •Gates
Over 20 years & Reasonable Rates
Got Trouble? No Problem!
experience Fix All, Do All
Smart Lighting • Power for your
Summer Special 10% OFF •Sidewalks Home or Business
•Automated Gate Operators
•Patios Barn Slabs • Driveways Remodel & New Construction •Construction Rental Fences
•Driveways Stamped Concrete Landscape Lighting Specialist! •Do It Yourself Material
Licensed - Bonded - Insured
•Block Wall Repairs Concrete Decking ROC#1169354, 55 Res & Comm
•Colored Concrete Patios • Sidewalks For all the Light reasons ROC#217412
clocks Call Jeffry
Call for FREE Estimate
Stacey Miner Creative Electric Scott Halloran
Family Owned &
Licensed, Bonded Service Upgrades The GREEN is what you $ave
& Insured Ceiling Fans & All Lighting Quality
Lic#158614 K-09 Troubleshooting Installations &
Best Service & Best Prices Repairs
computers Concrete Upgrades Free Estimates •Carpet •Tile •Wood
602-320-6987 •Custom Showers
COMPUTER SERVICES Free Estimates Roc#199564 Res & Comm •Countertops
PC and Laptop Repair Residential or •Backsplash
Wireless Installations Commercial Mention ad for
Antivirus Removals Over 25 years 10% OFF
Software Installations Experience Shop at Home
Friendly & Reliable Service Free Estimates
$30 per hour
12 Yrs. Experience
Licensed • Bonded • Insured Servicing Arizona since 1981
Free Estimates Bonded / Insured
Daycare by Linda
Safe & Nurturing Environment
•Breakfast, lunch & snacks
13 •Music & Dance
construction •Large indoor & outdoor play area
Now accepting Children
Before & After
Call Linda drywall gates
We Come To You
• Training • Installations •
• Upgrades • Sales •
• Consultation • Service •
• Wired & Wireless Networks • Drywall
• Internet & Email Setup •
• Peripheral Setup •
35 Years Experience
MAC & PC Remodels & Repairs
Sheila Sievert Sheet Rock Hanging
623 465-7473 Taping & Texturing
480 488-0773 No Job Too Small
Desert Foothills Resident Commercial & Residential
In Business Locally For Over
11 Years 480-209-0493
Please Call For References ROC# 205648
Licensed • Insured
page 20 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
glass horse bedding
HAnDYMAn No Waste
A Solid Rock Grindings LLC
Remodeling LLC ~Horse Bedding We do Impeccable work,
Licensed, ROC# 216432 & Bonded ~Arena Footings and the toughest jobs.
$35 Hour •Move Ins & Move Outs
Experienced, Efficient, Quality No Load too Big
or •Window Cleaning
(623) 374-9669 Work Guaranteed
www.mirrormanaz.com All Job’s Small to Big Too Small
Inside & Out
Excellent References We Are Not A Broker
By Far The Best Prices
Call Mike Allen Family Owned &
602-350-5122 Locally Operated
We Also Offer SANDRA’S
Local Resident A Quality, Detailed
623-824-9972 Base boards, blinds, shutters, ceiling fans,
cabinets, light fixtures cleaned, vacuuming
of furniture etc.. Everything included
in one basic price.
Jody’s Trucking Move In & Move Out, One Time
Cleaning, Weekly, Bi-Weekly & Monthly.
J&S “Delivering Rock Solid
Servicing Anthem to Cave Creek, New
River, N. Scottsdale & beyond
TRACTOR SERVICE • Granite • ABC • Sand Bonded & Insured
•River Rock • Fill Dirt Call Sandra 480-807-0022
WE SPREAD ROCK , Cell 480-707-8610
CUSTOM GRADING • Arena Sand • Rip Rap
& BACKFILL 602-481-6481
623-824-9532 Landscape, LLC.
HOME Full Service
AND REPAIRS Private Independent Contractor
40 yrs building
Carpentry, Drywall, Tree Trimming
Electrical, Ceiling Fans,
Light Tractor Work J&K
Pavers / Patios / BBQs
“No Job To small”
Fireplaces / Flagstone
Reasonable Rates Block Walls
Senior Discount •Cabinetry Decorative Rock
• Trim Work
•Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
of HOA Compliance
623-465-2689 •Door & Cabinet Installation
Call Joe Koneski Visa/Mastercard
Handyman E-mail Joekathy@prodigy.net Locally Owned
Service Licensed, Bonded & Insured
Jack of All Trades •Drywall By Rich Home repairs
& Master of Most •Welding •Drywall/Painting
•Concrete Single Items •Electrical/Plumbing
10% Off •Acrylic Decking Multiple Loads
Semi-retired from General
•Epoxy Garage Floors •Carpentry/Cabinetry
Contracting. Any type of
carpentry, home repairs, decks, •Foreclosure Repair Construction/Landscape •Masonry/Tile
patio covers, additions,
door & windows
•Tile Repair Debris •Landscaping
handyman to honey-do’s! Clean-up/Hauling
Just About Anything 25 Yrs Exp/Dependable
No job too small, reasonable rates,
satifaction guaranteed. Patrick $25 and up 623-547-5579
623-587-0706 (602)399-4343 602-703-4123 Raw Design/Build LLC Roc#247395
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 21
Shipp Shape Services
It’s Getting Hot ID D
INGS & SONS
Bill’s Painting Service
Complete Landsca ing, INC
I’ll Trim Your Trees & All Your
Licensed •Bonded Interior - Exterior
Other Landscaping Needs! Custom Landscaping • Flagstones
Installation •Trimming INSTALLATIONS & BBQs • Sprinkler & Drip Systems 25 Yrs. Experience
•Material Sales •Corrective Pruning Installed & Repaired •Tree Trimming
PROFESSIONAL MAINTENANCE Sod or Rock Installed Free Quotes
•Tractor Service •Drip System Repair •Irrigation/repairs Paver Installation
•Dead Tree Removal •Water features Free Estimates Hard Times - Low Prices
•Cactus Thinning •BBQ’s/fireplaces 602.403.9674 References Available
623-341-1896 •Flagstone/tile Manuel Olguin
•Rock work landscape grading 602-953-9254
www.CutriLandscaping.com Let us create the perfect
environment for you! pet sitting
623-297-7584 •Light Welding
FREE ESTIMATES •Irrigation
Bonded, Insured & Licensed #ROC166390 •Decorative Stone
Mesquite Home (623) 780-0944
and Cell (480) 389)-8131
15gal - 27.77c&c
24” Box - 95.77 c&c
Delivery & Planting Available
Best Prices for Rock, Sand & Dirt
Refresh Your Yard
General Landscaping Inc.
Pam’s Pampered Pets
Tree Trimming, Lawn Pet Sitting With Pride Since 1997
Maintenance, Gravel, Raking,
•Honest Quality Work “Your Pet’s happiness
Landscaping, New Timers,
with is our top priority!”
Irrigation System, Lights •Old Fashion Service Dogs, Cats, exotics.
•Free Estimates Vacant house visits, too!
Don Metz 623-551-8740
Call 623.587.5684 Int’l Association of Canine Professionals
(602)721-9952 References upon request Insured • Excellent References
Licensed & Insured
page 22 The Foothills Focus May 27, 2009
plumbing pools remodeling security systems transportation wells & pumps
od eling Expe
Having it done
right the first time
Your Local •Additions
•Doors & Windows
•Plumbing Repair •Porches & Patios
Spring Special! 10% OFF
Expires 6-30/09-New Clients Only
•Water Softeners 623-742-6868
•Water Heaters Roc#216515
Sunset Shutters & Call for flat rate
Window Coverings 623-330-3327
FREE Buy Direct from Manufacturer •Airport •Phoenix
Licensed ~ Bonded ~ Insured •Anthem • Prescott
24/7 Weekly Pool Service roofing
call Lynn Koglin to set •Black Canyon City
North Valley Inc Full Service Repairs
Insured • Roc 194548 • Bonded
Pool Inspections 602-463-3033 water service
All Plumbing Repair email@example.com window cleaning
& Drain Cleaning Ponds & www.sunsetshutters.com
Anthem • Desert Hills • Tramonto • New River Water Features www.tecnoblinds.com U C window
623-551-2650 Family owned & operated Cleaning
Cave Creek • Carefree • North Scottsdale
480-794-0022 “Hire a Licensed Pool Contractor” storage JT-DC Inc
Lic.# ROC 216517 Residential & Commercial
602-692-7475 BLACK CANYON Valleywide Service
Licensed •Bonded •Insured
Sam Nies STORAGE All employees background
pool repair Drive a little..Save a lot! checked and drug tested
Computerized Gate Access
Pool Plastering Sizes from 5x5 to 10x30
Screens, Tracks, Mirrors
Cleaned no extra charge
RV & Boat Parking available
New Pool & Remodel 2 Year Price Guarantee • Storage Tanks
• Spray Arenas, Roads &
Multi neighbor discounts!!
•Basic Regular Plaster Mail Boxes, UPS, Keys cut, Copies, Owner ran & operated
Faxes, and Packing Supplies, too. Construction References available upon
•Water Heaters and Faucets
•Pebble Finish • Pools request
•Water, Gas, and Sewer Lines •Mini Pebble Finish Abel’s Roofing firstname.lastname@example.org • We rent 1,000 gal. 25 years Experience
•Fast Emergency Service
•Plumbing, Pump Repair 34695 S. Old Blk Cyn Hwy pressurized tanks
• 8 trucks for fast service
Don Church • Jon Taylor
•No Overtime Charges
•Video Inspection of Sewer Lines & Motor Installations •Patios (623)-374-0648 • Largest truck in area
Free Estimates •Shingles 602-478-2916
623.587.0085 602-577-0814 •Torch
ROC200353 Roc#199670 • Insured 623-374-5889
Licensed •Bonded • Insured •Walk Deck
pool service •Frame
All Work Warranty Housecleaning
Flow Right VALLEY POOL CARE Easy Payment
Backflow Service Weekly Pool Cleaning
•Repair, Test & Certify
Green Pool Clean-up
All Roofing Repair
•Whole House Filtration Uniformed Employees
•Remodels For Reliable and Professional Unlicensed Contractor
satellite Potable Water
For details Windows Clean
•Water Pressure Regulators
Magnum Satellite offers Consuelo & Rudy
•RO Systems www.WeLoveYourPool.com call
Experienced & Honest
•Hot water Recirc Pumps We are licensed by the National
•Water Softners Swimming Pool Foundation as Certified Direct TV Satellite, and High Definition TV
sales and service as well as Home stereo
602.228.6192 Quality Work
We do all thing Pool and Plumbing related. sales and service, and Surveillance
Jess Palacios We are not your average pool guys!
camera sales and service, for home or office!
Licensed, Bonded & Insured
RES/COMM Lic Roc 2011099-K37 $25 OFF with this ad! 623-465-0463 or email@example.com
May 27, 2009 The Foothills Focus page 23
Classifieds: Please visit our website at www.thefoothillsfocus.com to place your classified. Rate for classifieds are $.50 per word and must be prepaid. Deadline for classifieds is
Wed. at 5pm for the following Wed. issue. Classifieds may also be faxed to 623-465-1363. Please note that no classifieds are accepted over the phone.
NOTiCES 633-1999. (AzCAN) AZ, TX and GA to many destinations. Check facility. Fully covered stalls, arena, roundpen, Wanted to buy. US Silver coins 1964 & earlier.
Organic Produce Home Delivery Service! BOX&BOLD>>Make $1200. over and over us out at www.qualitydriveaway.com under nearby trails. feed 3x day. 220. month $8 x face value. 623-465-9872
Nature’s Garden Delivered now services again without selling, recruiting. Company Recruiting or call 1-866-764-1601. (AzCAN) Horses also available for monthly lease. 602- Wanted: Quad trailer, single axel, for 2 quads.
Anthem, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, and recruits and you get paid. Totally passive. SLT - IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for CDLA 999-0171 6/3 Cash/Trade. 623-742-0369/602-214-5692
Carefree. www.naturesgardendelivered.com One time $325 Investment! Email anboent@ teams, solo drivers willing to team. $1000 Hitching Post, Tack Sheds, Saddle Rack’s & Wanted: Old cash registers. Old One Arm
ADuLT CARE gmail.com 6/3 sign-on bonus. $1100/wk minimum pay. Much More 623-742-0369 602-214-5692 Bandit’s slot machines. Cash Paid! 623-742-
Caregiver,adult - experienced. Will assist you CONSTRuCTiON EquiPMENT Hazmat & 1yr experience. Background check MiSC. 0369/602-214-5692
with bathing, meals, errands, exercise, etc. required. 1-800-835-9471.
Ford Tractor Front Loader & Gannon plus Pool Salt cell for Clearwater chlorinator Wanted!! Old guns, wagon wheels, anvils,
Call Jackie at 623-551-1635 HD fork lift 10,000lb. 4x4 $5000 ea. 623-533- MILITARY JOBS High School & College system. Brand new $600. Priced at $300. spurs, old safes. Cash Paid. 623-742-
SAY NO TO RETiREMENT HOMES, 1675 Students. Earn money while in school. No 623-551-1129 6/3 0369/602-214-5692
WE OFFER: NEW DETACHED CASITA, ELECTRONiCS GED, No High chool Diploma, No Problem.
602-267-2823. ArizonaArmyGuard.com. Multiple size beveled glass shelves. 48inx16 Big Screen TVs, as is, 27”-100”, Statewide
HOME MADE MEALS, HOUSEKEEPING, Dell Dimension 8300 Computer. Complete & down. Total 7. $30. 623-551-0844 pick up. Quick response. Bob 602-271-4461
LAUNDRY, TRANSPORTATION, MOUNTAIN Setup + Manual. $750 OBO 602-363-6936 HOME FuRNiSHiNGS
VIEWS, PRIVACY ON A 1.5 ACRE LOT. 623- My grandmother’s beautiful, formal china MuSiC LESSONS
GARAGE SALES 1920’s Oak Wedding Chest, $500. 1920’s set. There’s everything you need from entree
516-0139 5/27 French Chest, $500. 1920’s 5 piece Guitar lessons for beginners. 623-465-8762
Moving out of state Garage Sale: Saturday, plates to dessert plates, bowls to cups, etc.
APPLiANCES Mohogany bedroom set, $800. 623-374- 79 pieces total. I looked these up online and SERViCES OFFERED
May 30th. Household items, decorative 9251/623-980-9257 6/3
Maytag Electronic Dry gas dryer. Great price, items, landscaping tools, planting pots, you’d pay $700 for this complete set. Will GiRLS GONE GREEN- Eco-friendly Cleaning
runs great. $50. 623-551-1129 large framed prints, kitchen nick nacks and Retro naughahyde couch, good frame & sacrifice for only $150. 623-521-2697 Services. Commercial/Residential. One-time,
Whirlpool Duet Washer and Dryer - Color: more. 509 W Lavitt Ln. Off of 7th Avenue, clean. $50. 602-327-1932 5/27 Small truck bed trailor. Great for hauling trash Monthly, Bi-Weekly, Weekly. Reliable. English
Almond $800/set OBO 602-363-6936 North of Joy Ranch Road. 7am to noon L Shaped Couch - Soft Brown Quality Leather. or motorcycles. $125. 480-488-9661 Speaking. Owner operated and ran. Call 623-
. 5/27 New $4,000. Asking 1500 OBO 602-363- 202-9819
ATV/CYCLE/ETC customized lock boxes, 12”wide,
HELP WANTED 6936 5/27 9”high,6”deep.bare metal hanger, or not Pest Control Services, Residential/
1986 Yamaha Moto 4 quad, 200cc, runs
Busy small Black Canyon City Salon needs iNSTRuCTiON lock 1 key.14.95+tax.othe sizes 20”wide, Commercial.Scorpions,Spiders,Bees,Ants,
great, new rubber & battery, $950 obo. 623-
Hairstylist. F/T or P/T. Comm. 623-374-5285 14”high,7”deep,completely customized 2 Crickets,Termites & Rodents. No Contracts!
465-9317 6/10 Summer is here! Time for TuTORiNG! Hart
colors,with handle, and 2 keys.for more No Office Fees! Reasonable rates, Monthly
1960 to 1976 Enduro or dirt bike wanted Shipping/Receiving. Part-time position to Your Heart Learning offers a unique style of or Bi-monthly with Professional Guaranteed
available, M-F, No Nights or Weekends. 7th tutoring for children with learning challenges. information call david at 623-879-7380
by private party. Must be complete 50cc to 6/3 Service! Chad 602-578-8745 or James 623-
500cc. Will look at all, running or not. 480- Street/Carefree Highway. Fax Resume to Holly Hart ,the owner, is a highly qualified 755-4482 www.pmpestcontrol.com Call for a
518-4023 602-992-0174 special education teacher in the valley. She briggs & statton,pro 8000 portable FREE Termite inspection! 6/3
has worked with an array of developmental generator(new in 06!),33hours used,electric
AuTOS Office Manager – will be responsible for ALL disabilities and teaches based on your childs Need cactus removed? We remove most
functions of office for small manufacturing start, soft rubber tires!1,495$ obo New River.
2001 Suburban 3 quarter ton, 6.0L motor, learning style. Call Holly Hart with Hart to phone number:623-879-7380 types. Call 623-742-0369/602-214-5692
LT model loaded, all power, leather, detailed facility. MUST have Expert Level experience Your Heart Learning at 602-486-7071. Or
in QuickBooks AND manufacturing work Murrey Outdoor Billiard Table - Outdoor cover SPORTiNG GOODS
service records original owner, flawless visit her website at www.teaching2heart.
experience; will be tested on both so all others com 6/3 and inserts/converts to buffet table - New Tread MillPro Form cross walk dual motion,
cond., perfect tow vehicle. $9000. 480-390-
need not apply. Demanding, fast-paced, $4,000. $1500 OBO 602-363-6936 great price, $30. 623-551-0844 6/3
2524 6/3 ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE - from Home.
growing office requiring utmost attention TREK 750 Multitrack, 21 speed bicycle. Great
1993 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 pickup, blue, *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Computers, Mexican Iron Wine Rack - 40 Bottle - New
to detail. $15/hour start with incremental for off-road competition fanatics, trail biking
good condition, 5 speed, Z71 off-road + *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. $399. $150. OBO. 602-363-6936
increases during the first 6 months based or senior urban biking cruises. Professionally
towing, great a/c, p/w, p/l, stereo extras, on performance is possible. Fax resume to Computer available. FInancial Aid if qualified. LC-35 Director Organ, year 2000. Not used
Call 866-858-2121. www.CenturaOnline. maintained, $150 OBO. 623-465-1967
running boards, bedliner, over $5K invested, 480-488-8207 Email to ezinfo@e-zpatch. for 4 yrs. Perfect cond. 623-465-7617
174K miles, $5,500 obo, Perry 602-402-7066 com 5/27 com. (AzCAN) PETS & SuPPLiES
1999 Cadillac SLS. Exceptionally clean, one CASHiER/ATTENDENT. Carefree full service LiVESTOCk & SuPPLiES Rattlesnake proof your dog now. Snake
owner, non-smoker, silver w/ grey leather station. Full Time/Part Time, benefits, Must 1999 Apache 2 horse slant, front walk-in tack, proofing for all breeds of dogs. New River
interior, chrome wheels, loaded. 103k miles. be flexible. 480-488-3451 6/10 mats, 2 saddle racks, towed < 2500 miles. location. 480-215-1776 www.vipervoidance.
$5000 obo. 623-465-0119 $2250, OBO 623-465-5720 com UN
Immediate openings! For Customer Service
2001 4x4 Gold Chevy Tahoe. Leather Clerks with data entry experience. Will train, HORSE BOARDING/TRAINING LESSONS. CUTE! Jack Russ/Queens Heel mix pups. 12
seats, Vortec 5.3 liter, 8 passenger. Tow part-time positions only 12pm-6pm shifts, If you are looking for a ranch that truly cares weeks. 3 males. $30.each. 623-376-6586
package, Onstar. Many other upgrades. no weekends or nights. 7th St./ Carefree for the well being of your horse look no further! AKC LAB PUPPIES FOR SALE. Mother
Excellent condition. $8,800. 602-478-6254 Hwy. Please email resume to spavlik@ We offer full care with all amenities. Feed, fly and Father are on sight. asking $500. born
5/27 eatonvetlabs.com or fax to 602-992-0174 spray system, auto waterers, bedding, turn- on 4-23. will be ready the 2nd week of June.
1964 to 1972 classic sports car, muscle car 5/27 out all included in $300 board. Horse & rider Only require half down to hold pup.
wanted by private party running or not. 480- Drivers/CDL Career Training w/Central friendly atmosphere. Arena plus trails. www. Have blks, brown, yellow & fox reds. Please
518-4023 Refrigerated. We Train, Employ w/$0 Down twobithorseco.com 602-810-7772 call 602-291-8902 5/27
1997 Ford F350 Turbo Diesel Dually Ext: Financing.Putting Americans Back To Work Saddle & Tack Repairs. English & Western. I •Jewelry REMEMBER TO ADOPT! Maricopa County
Now! 800-525-9277x6011 back all my work, 23yrs exp. Same location
cab, white, full power opt. Lear shell, running
boards, ex cond. 122,000 miles. $9000. 602- for 18yrs. Buy – Sell – Trade. Circle Mtn. & •Gold Animal Care and Control 602- 506-PETS.
LOCAL MAGAZiNE is looking for friendly www.pets.maricopa.gov
579-9954 UN and hard working individuals. Few different 18th St. 623-465-7286 •Silver Sheltie & Collie rescue have beautiful dogs
positions available. *Great Pay Opportunity* Mesquite Ranch Horseshoeing. Reliable,
Flexible hours, work from home or office.... Professional Horseshoeing. Preston Cline, •Platinum for adoption. 480-488-5711 SundustSDA@
99 Saturn 2 bucket seats, like new, only had aol.com
12,000, perfect for hot rod. $100. Lite gray. no strings attached! Working for a 10 year BWFA Certified Farrier. 623-776-6310 •Diamonds Adopt kittens/cats. Volunteers, donations
623-533-1675 6/3 reputable business. Contact David at 480- Trail Rides and Riding Lessons Available.
231-0085. Immediate openings! needed! Desert Hills ARCH shelter 623- 465-
New S/S Ford Ranger exhaust system, $75. Very Affordable. 623-776-6310 UN 1759
MT tires new BFG 33in. $150ea. 928-863- Hair Stations Available. Rental Only. Contact 13 STALL BARN FOR LEASE W/HAY
0863 5/27 Brandy at Magnolias. 623-465-2999 AND LIGHTED ARENA,CLOSE TO
BuiLDiNG SuPPLiES ADVERTISE YOUR JOB Opening in 90 AZ STATE LAND. TRAINERS WELCOME.
newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers 602-799-8221
8in PVC drain pipe. $50 per length. 928-863-
for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: COVERED STALLS FOR RENT W/HAY
www.classifiedarizona.com. (AzCAN) ,CLEANING, LIGHTED ARENA CLOSE
OWNER-OPERATORS with heavy duty truck/ TO STATE LAND. $275 602-799-8221
ALL CASH VENDING Do you earn $800 in a tractor and 48-52ft wedge/stepdeck trailer. 5/27
day? Your own local candy route. Includes 25 Must have 9,000lb winch, ramps and center
machines and candy. All for $9,995. 1-888- HORSE BOARDING Gated, family run
rail. Baker Transport hauls cargo trailers from
COMMERCiAL PROPERTY entrance, access to house, kitchen & Cave Creek Horse Property for Lease! 2 BED 1 BATH HOuSE BLACK CANYON FORECLOSED HOME AUCTION
Historical CROWN kiNG SALOON and pool. Non smoking & no pets. $600mo. 1300+ sq ft, 3 bed, 2 bath, new flooring, FENCED,CAR PORT,$700mo.623-374- Arizona statewide. 800+ homes must
cafe with 7 room hotel. $800K $300K 480-488-3215 indoor laundry hook-up, fenced back yard, 5040 be sold! REDC / Free Brochure. 800-
down, owner will carry. 928-632-9469 RENTAL WANTED 3 stall mare motel, desert landscape. 1 bedrm apt, unfurnished, utilities incl. 678-0190. www.Auction.com. RE Broker
$1075/mo, $900 deposit call 480-595- Close to everything. AAO. Non-smoking. CO586378000. (AzCAN)
Commercial/Retail/Office. Non-smoking 3 bed/2 bath. Looking to spend between 0207 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
for rent in BCC. Main road. First, last, plus $800-$900 a month. 602-803-2532 Ask $600/mo, plus deposit. BCC 602-686- LAND FOR SALE
deposit. 602-686-1517 for Lisa Deer Valley & 35th Ave, near 101 & I-17. 1517 6/3 Desert Hills 43312 N 13th Ave.
3 bedroom, 2 full bath, 1583sqft, washer Carefree. 2 bedroom condo. Downstairs. 330’frontage Gorgeous View Lot on Daisy
OFFICE SUITES available -- 900sf to RENTALS & dryer, storage shed. Very nice house, W/D. 1 covered pkg. No Pets. $900mo. Mountain. Gentle Hillside, Afternoon
1400sf -- priced monthly from $550 to CAVE CREEk APTS: For rent, 1 & 2 no pets. $975/mo. Plus Deposit. 623-533- 623-444-4215 Shade 1.3 Acres - Shared Well - Approved
$1000 - GREAT opportunity for your bedroom apts, $650 to $750, 10 unit 1675 6/3 Access Road - Gated Entry. $165k Call
home business - Receptionist, wireless building, walk to downtown, laundry & CAVE CREEk APT. for rent; 2 large
3 bed, 2 bath home with a beautiful mtn. 866-972-0036
Internet, copiers, phones, furniture, covered parking. One year lease. Call Jim bedrooms,ample closet and storage
conference rooms all in a pleasant at 480-595-7756 view to the south, in the hills of Black space. Tree covered fenced in backyard. NEW RIVER. 8 acres for sale bordering
working environment! Carefree Hwy/I-17 Canyon City. House is on 1/2 acre. Pets Beautiful views. One year lease $850. State Land. All or part. 623-465-5298
location- Call Bonnie for more info*623- ROOM FOR RENT! $400. p/m includes welcome. 950 a month, onlly 10 minutes
util. female only. Must complete app and 480-488-2752 335 Avenue Buckeye road 3.9 acres
445-9759 from Anthem.Bad credit OK. Mike 602-
back ground check. Call btwn 9a-6p 623- 684-8471. REAL ESTATE 25,000 10% down no qualify others
ROOMMATE WANTED 523-4067 CALL REALTY HOMES FOR SALE avaliable 602-841-7127
Big House in gated area, NW of Cave FOR LEASE MODuLE HOME VERY
FOR RENT Furnished 1 bed room PRIVATE 3/BR. 2 BATHS $800. A $115k to $200k+1/2 AC.40k O.C.
Creek Rd & Carefree Hwy. Dove Valley mobile home on gated property in Circle JAMES 623-556-6484 BLACK CANYON
Ranch. 2 rooms & bath. Bedroom MONTH W/WATER. DESERT HILLS,
Mountain Rd. area. Utilities included. AZ. 602-799-8221 5/27 5/27
furnished. Garage, cable & WiFi. Private $650. mth. 602-999-0171