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 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 17 18 W. Pinewood Blvd. • P.O. Box 18977 • Munds Park, AZ 86017 • (928) 286-9827 October 20, 2010

           PINEWOOD’S FIREFIGHTER OF THE YEAR, JOSH DOAK!

     COMING ATTRACTIONS!
                                                                                                                                                             Firefighters are
   • Munds Park Community Church                                                                                                                             all about family
                                                                                                                                                             and both Josh
                 Sunday Services                                                                                                                                 and wife,
                                                                                                                                                             Shawnaʼs fami-
      9:00 a.m. - Sunday School for all ages                                                                                                                  lies attended
          10:30 a.m. - Worship for all people                                                                                                                   the awards
                                                                                                                                                                ceremony.
           Come Worship with Us!                                                                                                                              CONGRATU-
      •    Pinewood Sanitary District                                                                                                                            LATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                   JOSH
                Monthly Meeting
                                                                                                                                                              Photoʼs cour-
     2nd Thursday, November 11, 2010 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                              tesy of Peggy
           • Pinewood Fire District                                                                                                                                Bell
   Board Meeting - 2nd Tuesday - Next Meeting
           Novembser 9,, 2010 5 p.m.
    • PFD Auxiliary Monthly Meeting
              1st Tuesday of the month
                  November 2, 2010
    • Neighborhood Watch Meetings
      3rd Wednesday 6:30 pm at fire station
         Next Meeting: Oct 20 - Pot Luck.
MPBA (Munds Park Business Alliance)
      1st and 3rd Wednesdays
       October 20, 3:00 p.m. at MPCC
      November 3 & 17, 2010 4:00 p.m.

          ANNUAL FLU CLINIC                            Fire Chief John Welsch & Firefighter/EMT Josh               C-Shift l-r Captain Steve Oberly, FF/Paramedic, Terri
       WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 20                          Doak , Pinewoods FIREFIGHTER OF THE YEAR                                  Perry & FF/EMT Josh Doak
         6:00 P.M. TO 7:30 P.M.
    MUNDS PARK COMMUNITY CHURCH
               See page 7
                                                                                                                                                       The winners from
                PFD AUXILIARY KIDS                                                                                                                    local public service

                HALLOWEEN PARTY                                                                                                                             agencies

               Saturday, October 30, 6 p.m. to 8
                    p.m. at the fire station
                 GAMES • PRIZES • TREATS
                                                      INSIDE THE PINEWOOD NEWS:                Pg 1 6     Seni o r Si ng l es           Pg 3 1   Hrs . o f Oper. Po s t
Thanks for the response to Wounded                    Pg 3   Co ws Back                        Pg 2 1     Trav el -Cany o n de                   Offi ce & Wi l l ard Spg s
                                                      Pg 3   Where / Pi newo o d News          Chel l y                                          Co mpacto r,
 Warrior Project - For more info. contact             Pg 4   The Vi ew fro m Here              Pg 2 3     Cro s s wo rd                          Adv erti s ers Index
  Moose at High Country Home & Garden                 Og 5   Fi rel i ne                       Pg 2 4     Nei g hbo rho o d Watch       Pg 3 3   PPOA Watts -Sav i ng s
                                                      Pg 6   $ 5 0 fo r Refri g erato r        Pg 2 5     PPOA Org ani zati o ns        Pg 3 5   MP Co mmuni ty Church
                                                      Pg 7   Heal th-Infl uenza                Pg 2 6     Bi rdi ng
Next Edition of the Pinewood News November 17, 2010   Pg 8   PPOA Happeni ng s                 Pg 2 7     MPBA Bus i nes s Pro fi l e
             • Ad Deadline •                          Pg 9   Muts                              Pg 2 8     MPBA
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2      October 20, 2010                                                                                                                  Pinewood News
          PINEWOOD REALTY • 5 W. Pinewood Blvd. P.O. Box 17218                                            685 E. Trout Creek Rd.
                        Munds Park, AZ 86017                                                                   MLS#142754
                                      (928) 286-1030                                                             $249,900
                                                                                                                2 Bd, 2 Ba,
                                                                                                             Wood Fireplace,
                                                                                                               Great Room,
                                                                                                              2 Car Garage,
                                                                                                               Open Deck,
                                                       REALTY                                                Partially Fenced,
                                                                                                                 Call Dave
                                              New Listing                                                                                                     New Listing
    FOR SALE!!
       Munds Park
       Commercial
        Property
        Contact
                                                  565 E. Oak                    17100 S. Redwood Dr.                     1085 Hillside Dr.                  1390 E. Jaguar Cir.
      Don Tillery at                       MLS#142834 $199,900                  MLS#140880 $179,900                  MLS #142265 • $94,000                MLS #142959 $329,000
                                          2 Bd, 2 Ba, Gas Fireplace,                Near the Forest              2 Bd, 1 3/4 Ba, Forced Air Electric     3 Bd, 2 Ba, Wood Fireplace,
     (602) 803-1703                    Cath/Vltd Ceilings, Approx 1,229      2005 Cavco Doublewide, 3 Bd,          Heat, Storage Shed, Partially
                                                                                                                                                          Separate Laundry Room,
                                         SqFt Livable, 2 Car Garage,         2 Ba, Wood Fireplace, Laundry                                                      1 Car Garage,
      Owner/Agent                       Open Deck, Partially Fenced,         Room, Storage Shed, Covered
                                                                                                                        Fenced, Open Deck,
                                                                                                                              Call Debi
                                                                                                                                                            Open/Covered Deck,
                                         Call 286-2145 or 286-1030                  Deck, Call Dave                                                                Call Debi

                                                                                                                                                               New Listing
                                             New Listing




                                                                                                                          Short Sale
      1365 E. Jaguar Ln.                                                                 105 E. Oak                      660 E. Turkey Tr.                    645 E. Pine Trail Rd.
                                                 1355 Lobo Ln.
  MLS #140960 • $139,000                                                           MLS #142208 $210,000              MLS #141950 • $249,000                MLS#142933 • $339,000
                                           MLS #142975 • $179,000
Approx. 6,887 SqFt Lot, Private                                               3 Bd, 2 Ba, Wood Stove, Central      3 Bd, 2 Ba, Separate Laundry        3 Bd, 2 1/2 Ba, Loft, Woodstove in
                                           3 Bd, 2 Ba, Gas Fireplace,          Air, Approx 1,732 SqFt Livable,     Room, Wood Stove, Dual Pane
Water & Sewer Co, Homes Only,                                                                                                                             Fireplace, Hardwood Floors,
                                          Approx. 1,056 Sq.Ft. livable,           Open Deck, Landscaped,             Windows, Covered Deck,
 Corner Lot, Electricity on Site.                                                                                                                       Skylights, Open/Covered Deck,
                                      Storage Shed, Open/Covered Deck,                    Call Dave                          Call Dave
           Call Dave                                                                                                                                                Call Debi
                                                     Call Debi


         New Listing                                                              Short Sale                              New Listing




    BACKS TO NATIONAL FOREST

         840 Cedarwood Dr.                                                           1245 Antelope                                                            905 E. Hillside Dr.
                                               185 S. Oak Cir                                                        850 E. Munds Canyon Rd.
       MLS #142942 $199,000                                                      MLS#142451 $179,900                                                       MLS#141704 • $279,900
                                          MLS #140123 • $259,000                                                      MLS #143001 • $383,000
         3 Bd 1 Ba,Fireplace,                                                      2 Bd, 1 1/ Ba, Loft,                                                    3 Bd, 2 Ba, Great Room,
                                          3 Bd, 2 1/2 Ba, Fireplace,                                              3 Bd, 3 Ba, Loft, Wood Fireplace,
     Evap Cooler, Covered Deck,                                                       Gas Fireplace                  Approx 2,514 SqFt Livable,        Storage Shed, Partially Fenced,
                                       Huge Great Room, Washer/Dryer,
    2 Car Garage, Partially Fenced,                                             Separate Laundry Room,                Open Deck, 1 Car Garage             2 Car Garage, RV Parking,
                                            Open/Covered Deck,
              Call Debi                                                       1 Car Garage, Covered Deck,                     Call Debi                      Open/Covered Deck,
                                                  Call Dave
                                                                                        Call Dave                                                                  Call Debi


                                                                                       LOTS:
     When you want results you can count on                                                                            1000 E. Caribou Rd - $149,900                CONDOS:
                                                                           765 E. Cedarwood - $64,900
                                                                                                                       275 W. Turkey Trail - $174,900              1A - $127,900
                  Pinewood Realty                                            1210 E. Cougar - $80,000
                                                                                                                      1010 E. Raintree - $175,000 OMC              5A - $207,900
     Consistently the #1 producer in Pinewood                              350 E. Hillside Dr. - $125,000
                                                                                                                      17955 Pine Trail Place - $275,000
                                                                          1365 E. Jaguar Lane - $139,000

                     Don Tillery                                             Debi Bright, REALTOR®                                          Dave Kraemer, REALTOR®
                                                                                Associate Broker                                         SuperDavesRealEstate@msn.com
                 Designated Broker
                                                                              Brightdebi@aol.com                                               Cell: (928) 380-3639
                 Ofc: (928) 286-1030                                           Cell: (928) 699-7703


                            LOCAL: 928-286-1030 / Phoenix: 602-252-1402
                                                                 Donald R. Tillery, Broker/Owner
                                                                          www.pinewoodrealty.com
         Pinewood News                                                                                                           October 20, 2010            3

                                              WHERE IN THE WORLD IS THE                    Try and find a better value than this
                                                  PINEWOOD NEWS                            1,846 Square Foot BEAUTIFUL
                                                                                           MOUNTAIN CHALET built in
                                               The Pinewood News has berern in             1988 with Soaring Wood Cathedral
                                               Norway, China, Italy, on a Cruise,          Ceilings, Granite Counter Tops,
                                             among the giant redwoods, and now in
                                                                                           Ceramic Tile and Wood Laminate
                                             a motorhome in Illinois with Barry and
                                                         Mary Wright.                      Flooring. Stainless Steel
                                                                                           Appliances. Masonary Fireplace
                                              Like American Express “donʼt leave           plus Forced Air Gas Central
                                                      home without it.”                    Heating. Dual Pane Windows.
                                                                                           3 Bedrooms and 2 full Baths
                                                   The cows made an appearance
                                                   again this year throughout the Park,    includes a huge Master Suite plus a
                                                   but their favorite was grazing on the   Large Open Loft which can be used
                                                   golf course.                            as an Office or Den. Fenced back
                                                                                           yard and huge storage units that are
                                                                                           attached to back of house. Comes
                                                                                           with a One Year Home Warranty.
                                                                                           This cabin is priced to sell.
Photo above courtesy of Judie Anderson, at
         right Nancy Whitworth                                                             Priced at $299,900.

                                                                                           Call Bob Joncas at 928-853-8542 or
                                                                                           Sam Tillery at 928-699-1862.
                                                                                           Office: 928-286-2145



                                                                                                             Branch 1                    1265 Bobcat Drive
                                                                                                      Don Tillery, Designated Broker       MLS #142921


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                                     Realty Executives
                                         of Flagstaff                                         THE VIEW FROM HERE
                                       15 East Cherry,
                                     Flagstaff, AZ 86001                                              Who was Here First -
                                        928-773-9300
                                                                                                          The Bull Elk
                                       928-607-3465
                                                                                                                 William L. Cowan
                                       SALE PENDING!
                                                                      Lot for Sale
                                      Perfect Log Home in the                           There’s nothing in the primordial female is in estrus or heat, ready for
                                                                        $86,000
                                       Pines - 2 Big Br, wrap-
                                          aro9und decking,
                                                                       705 Trout     Northern Arizona wilds more beauti- mating for approximately a 24 hour
                                                                         Creek       fully awe-inspiring than a large herd period. She will come into heat
                                       berautaiful stone fire-
                                                                        Cabins       of elk dominated by a full grown bull again a couple weeks later if she’s
                                      place, central heat on a
                                                                          only       in full rut. Massive antlers glistening not impregnated. An 8 1/2 month
                                        luage cul-de-sac lot.
     17420 S. Papago Pl.                                                             through an aged patina of bone and gestation period means animals con-
                                         PICTURE PERFECT CABIN!                      blood, burnished by                                      ceived now will be
                                                SALE PENDING                         hours of polishing                                       born between mid May
                                     Completely remodeled. 2 Br, sleeping            against low growing                                      and early July. Elk
                                     porch, large loft for den or family room,       aspen, pine and oak trees                                calves weigh around 35
                                       2 Ba, brick fireplace, wrap around            - a long whistling bugle                                 pounds at birth and
                                             deck,Separate laundry,                  echoing through forest                                   grow to between 500
                                              Call Today $230,000                    glades and a sort of ines-                               for females and 800
    90 W. North Lodge Dr.                                                            timable wild-eyed stare.                                 pounds for males.
                                                                                     Eight hundred pounds of                                  Calves are vulnerable
                                        FABULOUS LOG HOME ON MUNDS                   raging testosterone,                                     to coyotes and other
                                                  CANYON                             immense ripping mus-                                     predators the first two
                                     Cedar-log 3Br, 1 3/4Ba. Large 13,595 sqft       cled body and a huge                                     or three weeks and will
                                       pie-shped loit backs Munds Canyon -           rack make poor ol’ Tiger Woods remain hidden while their mother
                                         extremely quiet and private! Huge           wildest desires seem like those of a feeds nearby. She can become very
                                      Wraparound deck. All wood and totally          puppy. I’ve always loved elk and all aggressive if her offspring is threat-
                                          charming, T&G vaulted ceilings,
                                                                                     this on a vegetarian system designed ened. After the initial period, young
                                              NEW PRICE $285,000
                                                                                     to eat wood and grass with a couple animals can run fast enough to
      17310 S. Stallion
                                                                                     extra stomachs.                             escape most predators and mothers
                                                                                        Northern Arizona’s original elk group together into nurseries. These
                                                                                     population, the Merriam elk, were animals have eyes positioned in their
                                                                                     driven into extinction                                   skulls that allow them
                                                                                     near the beginning of                                    to see virtually 360 º.
                                                                                     this century as a result of                              They function with the
                                                                                     hunting, drought and the                                 protection of a herd,
                                                                                     environmental effects of                                 with some animal’s
                                                                                     overgrazing brought                                      heads down grazing
                                                                                     about by the tremendous                                  while others chew,
                                                                                     numbers of sheep and                                     heads up watching for
                                                                                     cattle brought with the                                  predators.
                                                                                     coming of the Gringos.                                      Elk are members of
                                                                                     Elk from Utah and                      Bull Elk          the order Artiodactyla,
                                                                                     Wyoming were later                                      the split hoofed ani-
                                                                                     reestablished through efforts of the mals; the sub-order Ruminantia or
                                                                                     Arizona Game and Fish Department. animals with multiple stomachs char-
                                                                                        Wapiti - a descriptive name for elk acterized by the chewing of a cud;
                                                                                     which means “white rump” in and the family Cervidae, the deer,
                                                                                     Pawnee, entered the North American elk, moose and caribou. Cervids
                                                                                     continent across the Bearing land have antlers as opposed to horns and
                                                                                     bridge around 120,000 years ago. antlers on a full grown bull elk can
                                                                                     They are still genetically similar to weigh 40 lbs and stand four feet off
          Coupon Expires 9/30/2010               Coupon Expires 9/30/2010            the Siberian Red Deer. They have co- his head with six points and doubled
                                                                                     existed with native cultures in eye tines. Antlers grow on males and
                                                                                     Northern Arizona for the last 13,000 following the rut testosterone levels
                                                                                     years or so. Year on year snowfall drop and antlers are shed. This
                                                                                     leads to spring wildflowers, summer occurs in January through early
                                                                                     rains nurture fall’s fat acorns, animals February in the winter range of the
                                                                                     move from Arizona’s high mountain lowland valleys. During this time
                                                                                     country into the valleys and back animals are essentially indistinguish-
                                                                                     again.                                      able except for their size, and the
                                                                                        The rutting period for elk extends presence of pedicles, the round knots
                                                                                     from mid-September through early where antlers emerge.
                                                                                     November at the end of the growing
                                                                                     period when animals have gained                            Continued on page 30
                                                                                     their maximum weight and form. A
         Pinewood News                                                                                                    October 20, 2010                                  5

                                                                                                        BLINDS • SHUTTERS • SHADES

                      LINE                             By Jan Toth
                                                       Pinewood News
                                                     Photo by Barb Sherman

A couple of years ago the forest service          highly visible, it is possible to visually esti-
held an open house at the fire station to let     mate smoke levels and estimate potential
the community know about some “preven-            health impacts. Generally, the worse the
tative maintenance” they were going to do         visibility is, the worse the smoke is.                            Custom-Made Window Coverings
around Munds Park. That project was put                                                                                 Professional Installation
on hold by a lawsuit by environmental             Use common sense. If it looks smoky out-                          100 Years Combined Experience
groups. That has finally passed and the           side, it is probably not a good time for out-                          Munds Park Resident
work, I believe, has already started south        door activities. And it's probably not a good
and east of Munds Park. Sometime this             time for your children to play outdoors.
month and next (weather permitting) they          If you feel ill as a result of smoke from this
will start to burn the brush and trees that       prescribed burn, regardless of the Air                  928-286-0218
were hand cut.                                    Quality Index (AQI) level, take necessary
                                                  precautions: stay indoors, use a HEPA fil-            602-769-5945 Cell
As the Schultz and Hardy fires this past          ter, and limit your activities. Contact your
summer showed, each year without treat-           health care provider for additional instruc-
ment means more fuel build up, and the            tions.                                                     Li cens ed • Bo nded • Ins ured • AZROC 1 5 2 7 2 7
forest awaits only a spark to become a full-
scale conflagration Munds Park.                   If you are advised to stay indoors, keep
                                                  your windows and doors closed. Make sure                                          Got Winter Storm Damage?
What does that mean for us? Well it               air conditioning units have a clean filter in
means there will be smoke in the area;            the air intakes. Devices with High Efficiency                                      ROC B-245494, Bonded, Insured
Smoke will settle into neighborhoods              Particulate Air (HEPA) filters can reduce
overnight. Anyone who can taste or smell          the indoor pollution.                                   FULL SERVICE CONSTRUCTION CO.
smoke or is experiencing limited visibility                                                             REMODELING • ROOFING • RESTORATION
due to smoke should curtail outdoor activi-       Do not add to indoor air pollution. Donʼt use
ty. People with heart disease, lung disease       anything that burns, such as wood fire-               WE WORK DIRECTLY WITH YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY
or asthma should avoid outdoors entirely,         places, gas logs, gas stoves, or even can-
                                                                                                        Carlos Navarrete                     John Marion, Owner, QP
as should children and the elderly. If you        dles. Donʼt vacuum; that stirs up particles
                                                                                                        Pinewood Resident                         928-527-3787
are in the areas with heavy smoke, you are        already inside your home. Donʼt smoke;                   928-864-8989
advised to remain indoors or to leave the         that puts even more pollution in your lungs,
area if you experience breathing difficulties.    and in the lungs of people around you.

                                                                                                             Dav CANTRELL
Please consult your healthcare provider
with health concerns.                             Dust masks arenʼt enough! Common
                                                                                                                e
Smoke is primarily made up of small parti-
                                                  masks will not protect your lungs from
                                                  small particles in smoke. HEPA masks may                    CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
cles, gases, and water vapor, with trace
amounts of hazardous air pollutants. Most
                                                  filter out the small particles but are not suit-
                                                  able for people with lung diseases. Those          928-286-9599 • Cell 928-606-6608
harmful are the particles smaller than 2.5        with lung diseases should follow your respi-                         Licensed General Contractor
micrometers in diameter (70 micrometers is        ratory management plan. Call your doctor if
the diameter of a human hair). If these par-      symptoms worsen.                                                  Specializing in Remodels & Additions.
ticles are inhaled deeply into the lungs,                                                            ROC59323 • Bonded • P.O. Box 18432 • Munds Park, AZ               86017

they can damage lung tissue and cause             Please consult the Coconino County Health
respiratory and cardiovascular problems.          Department website at http://www.coconi-
                                                  no.az.gov/health.aspx?id=6564 regarding
Many factors play into a personʼs suscepti-
bility to smoke. These factors include the
                                                  potential hazards dealing with smoke
                                                  inhalation. Visit the Arizona Department of                          Mike’s Floor
level, extent, and duration of exposure,
age, and individual susceptibility. Anyone
                                                  Health       Services        website
                                                  http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/oeh/wildfire.htm
                                                                                           at
                                                                                                                        Covering
who can see, taste or smell smoke should          for additional information regarding the
curtail outdoor activity, officials warned. But   dangers of wildfire and prescribed burn
people with heart disease, lung disease or        smoke and wildfire preparedness.                     Restretches • Small & Large Jobs
                                                                                                     Carpet, Hardwood, Vinyl, Ceramic
                                                                                                                                               699-3655
asthma should avoid the outdoors entirely,
                                                                                                                                          ROC206317 Rsidential & Commercial
as should children and the elderly.               During the burning process, the fire depart-        SALES & INSTALLATION!
                                                                                                                                          Pinewood Resident for Over 17 Years
                                                  ment will be monitoring the area and they
Symptoms from short-term smoke expo-              will have extra personnel on hand ”just in
sure range from scratchy throat, cough, irri-     case.”
tated sinuses, headaches, runny nose, and
stinging eyes to more serious reactions
                                                                                                                   SENIOR MOMENTS
among persons with asthma, emphysema,
congestive heart disease, and other exist-
ing medical conditions. Older adults and                                                                       When you are a Senior, it's
children are also high-risk groups. When                                                                     Instant Recall if you remember
smoke levels are dangerously high, the
appropriate protective measures should be
                                                                                                                     within 24 hours.
followed.
                                                    HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR                                                         Bill Holt
Ways to Protect Your Family's Health               SMOKE DETECTORS LATELY??
Use visibility guides. Because smoke is
6          October 20, 2010                                                                                   Pinewood News

                                                          FIFTY DOLLARS FOR YOUR OLD REFREGERATOR!
                                                       The Pinewood Property Owners’ Association has come up with a new way to save
                                                       energy. Here’s how.

                                                       Some of you may have noticed that Arizona Public Service Company (the sole provider of
    Custom                   Office (928) 522-8329
                                                       power to Munds Park) has come up with a program to encourage customers to save power
    Homes                     Cell (928) 853-8066
                                                       by getting rid of old, inefficient refrigerators and freezers—particularly the old fridges some
    Remodels                   Fax (928) 522-0879
    Licensed & Bonded               License # 207187   of us keep in our garage for cold drink storage after we’ve put that new one in our kitchen.
                                                       Any APS customer can call the company and they will not only pay you $30, but will also
                                                       pick up and recycle that old frig for free! To schedule a free pickup call 877­514­6654 or go
    Jeffʼs Painting Co.                                to www.aps.com/turnitin. (Stand alone freezers and fridges must be in working order and be
                                                       between 10 &30 cubic feet inside dimensions).
         Over 25 yrs experience                        How does the PPOA figure in to this, you say? Here’s how. We’ve decided to sweeten the
       13 year Pnewood Resident                        APS deal by adding $20 to it as an additional incentive!
     High Quality Work, Service and                    To apply for the additional $20 rebate, simply send a copy of your APS pickup receipt to
                Materials                              PPOA’s “GO GREEN”, PO Box 17888, Munds Park AZ 86017.

       ALL WORK GUARANTEED                             Your rebate is subject to proof that the appliance was picked up by APS from your Munds
                                                       Park residence, and that you voluntarily paid your PPOA dues for the current year.
        Interior - Exterior - Decks
           PROTECT YOUR HOME
               FOR WINTER
                                                                        PFD Auxiliary
    Call Jeff for FALL SAVINGS                                 Kid’s Halloween Party
               (928) 286-9791                                   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30
                                                                   6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
                ROC Lic#076200                                  GAMES, PRIZES, TREATS




                            Call   Sharon Migliorino              ,   REALTOR®
                                                                                                  Carole Woltz Realty &
                                                                                                     Associates, Inc.
                               623-451-5047 Cell                                                   “Specializing in Mountain Property”
                                       maga0526@cox.net
                                    www.pinewoodlistings.com                                            Regina Bailey, Designated Broker


                                                                          Reduced!                       Reduced!                              Reduced!




                                                                    Owner Will Carry

        1160 Cougar           405 Hillside Drive                285 Oak Drive                 680 Trout Creek                      435 E. Hillside Dr.
          $295,000                $240,000                         $85,000                       $174,900                              $130,000




    525 E. Pinewood Blvd.   1150 E. Caribou Rd.                   525 Oak                    1390 Big Bear Rd.                    HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
           $649,000              $145,000                         $189,999                       $299,000
Pinewood News                                                                October 20, 2010                       7

                                                               HEALTH AWARENESS
                                                               Angela Golden, RN, Family Nurse Practitioner
                                                               Column Editor: Mike Golden

                                                                                INFLUENZA


                                          On Wednesday evening October 20th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm we are going
                         WE DO
                                          to have an immunization clinic at Munds Park Community Church again
                                          this year. Last year we gave over 120 influenza vaccines and several pneu-
                • SNOW PLOWING            monia vaccines. We hope to beat that number this year and get everyone in
                                          our community protected from influenza, a respiratory disease.
               • ROOF SHOVELING           Vaccinations will also be available at the Coconino Community Health
                                          Department located at 2625 N. King Street in Flagstaff. They suggest you
                   •WINTERIZING           call for an appointment: 928-522-7814. Per the Coconino County website:
                                          The cost for a flu shot is $25. As a courtesy, the Coconino County Health
                                          Department will bill your insurance company. Bring your insurance card
                                          with you to your appointment. Vaccinations are $15 for children 18 years
                                          of age and under.

                                                   H1N1 “swine” flu is expected to return this fall, however, this year,
                                          the H1N1 flu vaccine is included in the 2010/2011 seasonal flu shot

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                                          type of flu season this will be, however experts do not expect any lessening
                                          of this contagious disease.
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                                             flu; more than 4,000 people are hospitalized from flu complications,
     602-828-9770                            and; about 700 people die from flu. (Arizona Department of Health
                                             Services)
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                                          What is influenza?

   ANNUAL KIDS                            Influenza virus is one of the oldest and most common diseases known to
                                          man and it can be deadly if complications occur. Influenza, commonly
                                          called the flu, is a respiratory (or lung) disease. It is caused by a virus and
 HALLOWEEN PARTY                          the symptoms start suddenly. You may feel fine when you wake up and by
                                          lunch time be sick. There are currently two types of the influenza virus (A
                                          and B) thought to be responsible for human epidemics. These viruses

                    Saturday,
                                          mutate frequently making it hard for humans to be immune to the virus and
                                          it is these mutations that make it necessary for the pharmaceutical compa-
                                          nies to make new vaccines each year.
                   October 30,            What are the symptoms of influenza?

                  6 p.m. - 8 p.m.         The symptoms of influenza include a cough, runny
                                          nose, sore throat, severe headache, general muscles
                                          aches, extreme fatigue, chills, and a fever (often up
                                          to 104 degrees). The time between when you are
                                          exposed to the flu and when you begin to get sick is
                        TREATS,           usually 1 to 4 days.


                        GAMES,            How is influenza spread?
                                                      A person with influenza is generally capable of spreading it 1

                        PRIZES                        day before they become ill through 7 days after the onset of
                                                      symptoms. This virus is spread by droplets from an infected
                                                      persons respiratory tract. So if they cough, sneeze, or even
                                                      just speak in your direction you may get some of the virus
                                                      through the air from them.
                    At the Fire Station
                                                                                                  Continued on page 30
 8        October 20, 2010                                                                                              Pinewood News

      HAPPENINGS AT THE PPOA                         scholarship funds helped her enroll in a state col­    Our Bingo chairman, Bev Ferguson, is still negoti­
                                                     lege in Alaska! Good for her.                          ating with the Club concerning the 250% raise in
                    By Chuck Steen                                                                          rent they arbitrarily imposed—which raised the
                                                     We next approved minutes of the last meeting           nightly rent from $100 to $250. The 40 to 70
                                                     and the treasurer’s report and then passed a           nightly players are mostly club members, and
                                                     routine gift of $600 to the Fire Auxiliary for their   spend considerable amounts in the dining room
President Dale Marenda opened the last meeting       various children’s parties.                            and bar on bingo nights, and that would be lost if
of the PPOA Board for the summer of 2010 at 9
                                                                                                            Bingo is forced to shut down. Bev reported that
o’clock on Saturday morning the 18th of
                                                                                                            this PPOA operation, which is intended to break
September.
                                                                                                            even, lost $1400 this past season.
The first order of business was a request for
                                                                                                            Our environment committee chair, Hal Norris,
funds to help purchase a propane operated gen­
                                                                                                            informed us about a new APS program that pays
erator for the Community Church of Munds Park.
                                                                                                            their customers $30 for turning in any old refrig­
Al Dirks, one of the church elders explained to us
                                                                                                            erator, and will in addition pick up and recycle
that the Church had offered to be, and had been
                                                                                                            the used appliance at no charge. He suggested
designated, an official emergency location for
                                                                                                            we sweeten the APS program by offering an
the Munds Park area. In order to be fully effec­
                                                                                                            additional $20 to each participant. The Board
tive in the event of an emergency, which could
                                                                                                            approved, so any of you PPOA dues payers who
involve a power failure, a backup generator is
                                                                                                            take advantage of APS’s offer should also apply
needed. Our Fire Chief, John Welsch, wrote a
                                                                                                            for the additional benefit. Rules of our offer will
detailed letter confirming that after the limited
                                                                                                            be published in the Pinewood News.
space available at the fire station was consumed
during an emergency, the Church constituted an       After committee reports our liaison with the           Last on our agenda was a visit from Volunteer
ideal secondary emergency center, but would          Neighborhood Watch, Len Friedland, told us that        Patrolman Gene Riffle who demonstrated the
need backup in the event of a power failure. The     he and his 85 Block Captains had collected nec­        use of the new defibrillator that the PPOA pur­
installed cost of the generator would be $9077,      essary contact information from 2535 Munds             chased as permanent equipment for his patrol
and since $3300 has already been raised, our         Park homeowners, leaving 336 yet to be regis­          car. It’s easy to use, and though we hope it
Board approved a grant of $5777 to complete          tered. If any of you homeowners out there read         never has to be used, we’re sure that if it is, a life
the project.                                         this and have not yet provided your contact            may be saved.
                                                     information, please call Len at 928­286­1655 or
Our secretary, Alice Mau, then read a letter of                                                             Dale announced that the Board will next meet on
                                                     928­600­3896 and do so. It could help save
thanks from one of this year’s scholarship recipi­                                                          the 2nd Saturday in February 2011, and he then
                                                     your property if a problem or emergency arises
ents, Sandy Sherman, who explained that the                                                                 brought the last meeting of 2010 to a close.
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                                        MUNDS PARK                                 NAME:
                              TRAIL STEWARDS, INC
                                                                                   ADDRESS:
                                        P.O. Box 25626
                           Munds Park, AZ 86017
                     http://wwwmundsparktrailstewards.com
                                                                                   PHONE:
On October 9th the crew of five vol-     (brush and tree thinning) in the CNF
unteers and Michael Anderson, the        lands southeast of Odell Lake.
                                                                                   E-MAIL:
Coconino National Forest Trail           When the Fuel Reduction Crew is
Foreman, started moving rocks and        working in the forest there is the
dirt which will make way for the non-    possibility of falling trees and limbs,                       Please Print Clearly
                                         use caution when you are in the           Mail to:
motorized trail completion from Iron
                                         area.                                     MUTS - PO Box 25626 - Munds Park, AZ 86017
Springs Trailhead to the Frog Tank
Loop Trail. The crew was working
west of the Hill Side social trail.      During the November Workday we                            MUNDS PARK TRAIL
                                         will be installing and updating trail
Plans are to complete the trail dur-
                                         signs. If we have enough volun-
                                                                                                      STEWARDS
ing the 2011 MUTS Workday sea-
son.                                     teers we will work the non-motor-
                                         ized trail between Hill Side social
The new Crystal Point Trail, Odell       trail and Frog Tank Loop Trail.
Lake Extension is ready for use.
                                         Next Workday:                                                              CONTRIBUTION:
There are some minor finishing
touches that need to be done, but        Date: November 13, 2010
the trail is open for mountain bikes,
hikers and our K-9 friends.
                                         Time: 8:15 a.m.
                                         Where: Iron Springs TH
                                                                                                                    $
The Coconino National Forest             Larry Metzler
Service has started fuel reduction       President
                                         Munds Park Trail Stewards



                                                                                          Pinewoody’s
                  A CONVERSATION WITH PETER
                   Written, Directed and Performed
                          By Doug Pusatesri
                       Reviewed by Bill Searcy                                              Pizza &
Most of us, sometime in our lives, have had the opportunity to attend                         Grill
a play or musical production that had very special meaning to us.                   Dine In - Carry Out
On Saturday evening, October 9, 2010, many of us had that experi-
ence in a grand way. The presentation by Doug Pusateri at Munds
Park Community Church was first rate, and something I will always
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remember.

This one man performance was completely his work. Having just
                                                                                              Pizza • Burgers
                                                                                              Wings N’ Things
done some extensive bible study in the book of Acts, I was really
taken back by the detail in his work. He was so very complete in
covering Peterʼs ministry in the early Christian Churches. The man-
ner in which he portrayed Peterʼs total defeat and embarrassment in
denying Christ three times berfore the cock crowed really touched
everyone. His coversation with Alexader, the jailer, while he was in
                                                                                                Subs • Fish
prison, and during his crucifixion were presented in a way that
brought great realism to the production.                                                            Bar
Those of you who have seen Dougʼs acting in numerous Pinewood                         West side of I-17 South of Chevron
Players productions know that he is a gifted actor. But, as Lynn

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Rouyser put it, “this was Dougʼs finest hour.” His intensity, emotion,
diction, flawlessness and sincerity all came together to create a per-               Real Food                                  Real Good
formance that can only be defined as brilliant. If you have a chance
to see this production in the future, do yourself a real favor and take
advantage.                                                                                    Frazier May Fudge
                                                                                        available year round at Pinewoody’s
10         October 20, 2010                                                                                    Pinewood News

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             By Phyllis Schurz                                                                                               Tom Hlusak
                                                                                                                         “The Handyman Can”
                                                          Apple Dumplings
                                                                                                                Full-Time Resident
                                                8 apples, Granny Smith or other good bak-        Serving my friends and neighbors in Munds Park
                                                ing apples                                     Reasonable Rates, Quality Work, and Reliable Service
                                                Butter, sugar and cinnamon, enough for the            Free Estimates - 10% Senior Discount
                                                center of the apples
                                                                                                 INTERIOR-PAINTING, REMODEL, LIGHTING,
                                                Dough:                                           FLOORING, SINKS, FAUCETS, & COUNTERTOPS
                                                2 cups flour                                     EXTERIOR-PAINTING, DECKS, PORCHES &
                                                2 teaspoons baking powder
                                                                                                 STAIRS - BUILD/REFINISH
                                                1 teaspoon salt
                                                ½ cup Crisco                                     CARPENTRY-SKIRTING, SIDING, DRYWALL, ETC
                                                2/3 cup milk                                     ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING FIXES
WWII favorite is still a winner today
                                                                                                 SNOW DAMAGE REPAIR-EXTERIOR
Bill and Mary Duvall have always been           Sauce:                                           & INTERIOR
together and when you see them out and          ¾ cup sugar                                      MISC. “HONEY-DO’S:-NO JOB TOO SMALL
about in Pinewood you never see one with-       1/3 cup butter
out the other. I met them (together) in the     1 teaspoon nutmeg
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exercise room at the Pinewood Country           1-1/3 cups hot water
Club. When the exercise room is up and
running, they were far more faithful to their   Peel and core apples. Mix sauce and
routine than I was to mine. You will also       dough. Roll dough and cut into 8 equal
see them at the Fire Station pot-lucks and      sections. Place 1 apple in each section and
whenever there is a hot game of Hand and        put seasoning into each apple.
Foot in the card room.
                                            Cover the apples with the dough and place
They both were born and raised in them in a baking dish or individual dishes
Maryland and have been                      (personal preference). Pour sauce over
married for 58 years. Mary grew up in a dough covered apples.
house that was just a mile from the D.C.
city limits. Bill and Mary moved to Bake in oven at 375 degrees until tender
Arizona in 1964 after a Doctor recommend- and brown.
ed a hot dry climate for her health. And,
the Doctor was right. No more arthritis. Serve with cream, whipped cream or ice
Mary shakes her head in amazement when      cream.
she thinks of the pain she used to have and
says “I’m so lucky we moved to Arizona.”               Did You Know:
Both of them worked for many years in
Phoenix and came to Pinewood in 1992 to I’ve run these high altitude changes in my
spend their summers among the cool Pines. column before but it’s always good to revis-
                                            it them.
Mary says she remembers her Mother mak-
ing the recipe below which was always a         As a general rule, at 7,000 feet we should:
family favorite. Mary’s Mother also made        1. Increase flour 3 tablespoons per cup used
apple dumplings for the local butcher and       2. Decrease baking powder ¼ teaspoon per
his family. It was during WWII and sugar        teaspoon used
was rationed and people needed a coupon to      3. Decrease sugar 3 tablespoons per cup
submit to the grocery store when they pur-      used                                           REPLACE SMOKE DETECTOR
chased sugar, as well as other items. The       4. Increase liquids 3 tablespoons per cup
butcher and his family never used their         used                                             BATTERIES ANNUALLY
                                                5. Decrease oven temperature 25 degrees
sugar coupons because they didn’t bake, but
                                                When I was working the “800-help line” for
                                                                                               AND TEST YOUR DETECTORS
they loved these Apple Dumplings. So,
Mary’s Mother traded her homemade Apple         Pillsbury,                                           ONCE A MONTH
Dumplings for their sugar coupons.              a consumer called to ask if she needed to
                                                use the high altitude directions on a cake
                                                mix package because she lived on the 3rd
                                                floor. True story
          Pinewood News                                                                                                        October 20, 2010                       11
                                                                                                                     tickets for.
                                                                                         On the way to the
                               Live to Ride, Ride to Live                                Cottonwood stop we          I took off around 3
                                               By Don Carlson                            were driving through        p.m. as I was feeling I
                                                                                         the downtown area           was getting a cold
                                                                                         and as we got into the      and I also knew that
Last Saturday, October 9th, was the 7th Annual ALS         two plainly marked left hand turn lanes here comes a      if I ate lunch this late
Poker Ride. Bikers love to get together and ride espe- yellow Volkswagen bug going the wrong way,                    I would be full for the second ride stop was at the
cially when it’s a benefit ride for a good cause. I invit- towards us, oblivious to the world. I said to myself,     dinner the wife was VFW post in Camp Verde
ed some of my biker friends to come but inappropriate WOW, and just pointed at
comments they emailed me back let me know that the driver who passed us                                                                               making for us just 3
some had to work. This year was the most number of as if WE were an intru-                                                                            hours from then (I just
                                       bikes attending sion. These are the kind of                                                                    can’t eat as much as I
                                       yet and I heard people that kill bikers (and                                                                   used to in my youth,
                                       someone say that others).                                                                                      know what I mean?).
                                     the count was
                                     about 35. We all      Then as we left the                                                                      It was an awesome rid-
                                     received an excel-    Sedona stop and were                                                                     ing day. I know in about
                                     lent safety mes-      going up the switchbacks I                                                               3 months from now I’ll
                                                           noticed that the riders            some of the bikes lined up in the parking lot         be fondly remembering
                                     sage from the cre-
                                     ator of this annual   ahead of me began pointing to the right hand side of the nice October weather and biker get together. And
                                     ride, Munds Park      the road. As I rounded one of the turns, in deep shade, that cold hit me good the next day. I think it’s sinusitis
 the ALS banner for the ride                               was this person all dressed in black walking beside a as I‘ve had this before, usually every couple of years.
                                   resident        Rick
                                   Maggard, before         black bicycle. But instead of walking against the traf- Ultimately I have to go the doctor for meds. Of
heading out.                                               fic they were walking uphill with the traffic. Anyway, course, I’ll first wait to see if it goes away by itself
                                                           extremely dangerous thing to do I thought. Another before I’ll go to the doctor. OH, and I got a call about
The ride was about 116 miles from start to finish….        WOW moment.                                               7 p.m. that I got low hand out of everyone. WOW!
Just right. There were five stops where we picked out
a card each time to make up a poker hand. True to          Once back we turned in our poker hands as there were      So, until I tell ya different:
“my” form nothing matched and my cards were all            prizes for high and low hand, ate chips, made sand-       Wear you helmet while riding
over the place in terms of the deck. However along         wiches of pulled pork, had sodas & beer, listened to
the way a couple of interesting things happened.           music and looked over the raffle items we could buy       Don



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         The Lone Pine                                OBITUARY: EDITH HEDBERG
          Restaurant                                  Edith Thoren Anderson Hedberg, 107,
                                                      passed away peacefully at home on
                                                      Friday September 24, 2010. She was
                                                                                                life she began a study of painting, and
                                                                                                her efforts won many ribbons at the
                                                                                                Coconino County Fairs. She loved to
                  (928)-286-9480                      born in Lindome, Sweden on April 29,      win, whether it was at a juried art
                                                      1903 and immigrated to the United         show, at a casino, or in a friendly game
           New Dining Room Summer Hours!
                                                      States with her brother John in 1924.     of bingo or rummy.
                 Breakfast & Lunch                    Settling in Chicago, she met and mar-
                7am – 2pm Every day                   ried her devoted husband of 42 years,     Edith thoroughly enjoyed, practiced,
          Now open for dinner Thurs-Monday            Sven Axel Anderson, who passed            and loved to share the many traditions
                    Dinner Hours                      away in 1973. In 1974,                                        of her Swedish
                                                      Edith married John                                            heritage, and was
           Thursday – Saturday 2pm – 9pm              Hedberg. Their happy                                          a member of a
             Sunday – Monday 2pm – 8pm                marriage of eight years                                       number          of
                                                      ended in 1982 with                                            S w e d i s h -
                     PIZZARIA & PUB                   John’s passing. Edith                                         American clubs.
                                                      was also preceded in                                          Her church was
             Monday – Thursday 2pm – 10pm
                                                      death by her beloved son,                                     also of great
           Friday & Saturday 12pm – Midnight          Arnold Anderson.                                              importance in her
                  Sundays 12pm – 8pm                                                                                life. She was a
            Happy Hour Daily from 3pm – 7pm           Edith’s first residence in                                    current and long-
                                                      Phoenix was as a winter                                       time member of
                                                      home with Axel, and then                                      Christ the King
     PUB & PIZZARIA SPECIALS:                         following her marriage to                                     Lutheran Church
                                                      John Hedberg, Phoenix                                         in Phoenix, and a
                                                      became her permanent residence. She       former member of St. John’s
             Monday Night Mexican Food                also maintained a summer residence in     Evangelical Lutheran Church in
                                                      Pinewood, Munds Park, Arizona. In         Lincolnwood, IL and Ebenezer
 TUESDAY ’S $5 PIZZA’S AND WING SPECIALS              2005 (102) and 2006 (103) Edith was       Lutheran Church in Chicago.
                                                      the Grand Marshall of the annual
                                                      Pinewood 4th of July Parade.              Edith is survived by her daughter
         Thursday Night BBQ Ribs,                                                               Ardith Anderson (David)Williams, and
        baked potato, & Baked beans                   Edith was a multi-dimensional woman       her daughter-in-law Deborah Brome
        OR Spaghetti/Pasta Specials                   blessed with many talents and inter-
                                                      ests. She loved entertaining and
                                                                                                Anderson, six treasured grandchildren;
                                                                                                Lauren Williams(Paul) Ghaffari, David
                                                      received accolades for her cooking and    Andrew (Catherine)Williams, Julie
                Friday Night Fish Fry                 baking. She excelled at sewing, both      Williams (George) Darcy, Cynthia
                                                      in design and execution, her creations,   Elizabeth Anderson, David (Theresa)
          Saturday Steak & Fries Special              from hats to evening gowns, were          Anderson and Peter (Deanna)
                                                      award winners. Gardening was anoth-       Anderson. She enthusiastically cele-
                                                      er avocation she loved. Her geraniums     brated the arrival and loved the visits
           Sunday BBQ Rib Special                     grew into trees, and she landscaped her   of each of her eight great-grandchil-
                                                      home with an abundance of cultivated      dren; Christopher, Alex, and Lisa
                                                      and wild flowers. Many still enjoy the    Ghaffari, Matthew Williams, Grant,
 Upcoming Calendar of Events & Live Music:            offspring of her gardens. In her life-    Madeleine, Olivia and Matthew
 Live Music by Brian Burtless every Friday Night      time, she engaged in many forms of        Anderson. In addition she remained
                                                      athletic activities - volleyball, swim-   close to many nieces and nephews in
                                                      ming, jogging and hiking. She espe-       Sweden, and held many other family
                                                      cially enjoyed hiking the trails of       members and friends dear to her heart.
          HALLOWEEN PARTY with KARAOKE BOYS           Squaw Peak and the forests around         Edith was a special lady who touched
                             8 P.M.                   Pinewood. Travel with family or           many lives and will be greatly missed
                 COSTUMES, PRIZES, ETC. ETC.          friends was another favorite activity.    by her family, friends and caregivers.
                                                      Edith made 19 trips back to her home-
                Prizes for Most Original, Scariest,   land of Sweden. She toured all of the     A memorial service was held on
                    Most Attractive                   United States, most countries of          Saturday, October 2, 2010 at Christ the
                                                                                                King Lutheran Church, 10030 N 32nd
            HAPPY HOUR DAILY                          Europe as well as many destinations in
                                                      Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. She    St, Phoenix, AZ. Donations may be
               3 PM TO 7 PM                           celebrated her 95 th birthday with a      made to Hospice of the Valley, 1510 E
                                                      safari to Kenya and her 100th birthday
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                              The                        ber-stamping” foreclosures without even insuring         by refinancing them into fixed products right now.
                                                         that the documentation is in place to validate the       Stop blaming the private sector mortgage brokers
                              Foreclosure                foreclosure.                                             for their troubles since the banks developed the
                              Moratorium                                                                          products that those brokers sold and trained them
                                                         As a mortgage broker for many years, I have come         to sell those products. Open up the wholesale mar-
                              …MY OPIN-                  to know that Banks say all the right things concern-     ket to brokers once again. Many Banks are in the
                              ION.                       ing service, their willingness to help you, help small   process of eliminating brokers by shutting down
                                                         business, and be a good community participant,           their wholesale markets (Chase Bank is a great
                              “Broker Tidbits”           yada, yada, yada. In reality, it all comes down to       example.) Ultimately this will lead to less competi-
                           By Bill Spain                 their bottom line and how they can post the best         tion and higher prices when the banks regain a
                           Provident Partners            profits and then reward their high level executives      monopoly on lending. Other banks are shutting
Realty Designated Broker/Mortgage Broker                 with huge bonuses. It is all very black and white,       down brokerages because of default rates on loans
                                                         albeit obnoxiously abhorred.                             they approved! Ridiculous…take responsibility.
The media has been buzzing about the recent                                                                       Get the government out of the banking business
announcement that Bank of America and Chase              So many people are hurting right now in this very        and let free enterprise determine who succeeds and
Bank have enacted a fifty state Foreclosure              sour economy and the banks continue to make it           who fails. By subsidizing banks that are “too big
Moratorium due to “inappropriate” handling of fore-      worse for the vast majority of us. In my opinion,        too fail,” the only people hurt in the long run are
closures. What a surprise!                               this Foreclosure Moratorium will continue to             the taxpayers…you and me. We bail them out and
                                                         lengthen the pain and suffering we are all experi-       then they stop lending to us and small business.
Last September I wrote an article in the Pinewood        encing, as the banks drag out the process even           Furthermore, the government rules implemented in
News entitled “The good, the bad and the ugly            longer because of their ineptitude. Rather than          the last two years have driven the cost up substan-
about the banks.” Before the current foreclosure         truly working with the hundreds of thousand of           tially for the borrower
debacle with Bank of America and Chase Bank              families that are facing foreclosure and modifying
became public, those of us in the financial services     the loan programs they concocted for maximum             I could go on and on but certainly do not want to go
industry already knew how bad these two banks are        profit, they choose to foreclose. The government         off on a tangent and begin ranting! The only thing
to deal with. With a little internet research, you       implements toothless programs to supposedly assist       the general public can do at this point is to choose
will uncover hoards of stories and blogs of everyday     the public and two years later watches as foreclo-       wisely. Choose the right elected officials to repre-
folks who have had their homes snatched without          sures climb higher and higher.                           sent your best interests within the government.
due recourse, (at least in their own minds!) At first,                                                            VOTE IN TWO WEEKS! Choose the right Bank to
I really did not believe it and chalked it up to dis-    How about this for a fix:                                do business with. (The smaller banks will be gob-
gruntled people who lost their homes after not mak-                                                               bled up and die if they are not supported by the
ing any effort to work with the lenders. Now, I feel     The banks should automatically convert every vari-       public leaving us with only the troublemaker banks
very differently about it.                               able rate mortgage that was obtained between 2004        as an option.) GIVE BUSINESS TO BANKS THAT
                                                         and now to a fixed rate loan at today’s current          TREAT US RIGHT!
When the banks were bailed out by Congress in            interest rates.
2009 because they were “too big to fail”, the taxpay-    Regardless of the current restrictions imposed on        Unfortunately, the Foreclosure Moratorium is going
ers ended up ponying up to cover their backsides.        borrowers who have more than four properties             to lengthen this real estate recession, bring your
Maybe that was necessary at the time. Nearly two         financed right now , the banks were willing to give      home values down further and for longer and give
years later, with the big banks posting sizable prof-    those investors loans on up to twenty properties in      the banks yet another opportunity to make more
its, we come to find out that they have been “rub-       some cases, allow them to convert those mortgages        money on the backs of the middle class.




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  Financial Focus:
           It’s No Treat to Be Tricked by
              Scary Investment Moves
If you have young children, or even if you       opportunities.
just have some in your neighborhood, you
know they will soon acquire large amounts        • Ignoring tax­advantaged investment
of free candy, obtained by impersonating         opportunities — When you invest in a tax­
witches, vampires and other scary crea­          deferred investment account, such as your
tures. As an adult, of course, you’re unlike­    401(k) and a traditional IRA, your money
ly to encounter too many monsters after          has the opportunity to grow faster than it
Halloween ends. Yet as you go through            would if it were placed in an investment on
life, you will find some things that are truly   which you paid taxes every year. If you
alarming – such as scary investment              aren’t contributing to your 401(k) and you
moves.                                           haven’t opened an IRA, you’re missing out
                                                 on a great chance to build resources for
Here are a few of these frightful actions:       retirement.
• Investing too conservatively — You                To make sure you don’t fall victim to
could try to avoid investment risk by            these scar investment moves, you need only
putting all your money into very conserva­       follow a few simple principles. First, take
tive investments. However, as you’re             the long view – you will see ups and down­
probably aware, those investments typical­       side in the short term, but historically the
ly pay very little in the way of interest, so
                                                 market has performed well over the long
your money could actually lose purchasing
                                                 term (Keep in mind, though, that past per­
power, even with a mild case of inflation.
                                                 formance is not guarantee of what will hap­
• Putting too much money in too few              pen in the future.) Second, diversify your
investments — If you put too many of your        holdings among a variety of investments.
investment dollars into just one or two
types of assets, and a downturn hits those
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       50 W. Boulder                      HUGE LOT on the Pinewood                       17810 S. Walapai #46           190 W. North Lodge Dr. •             17820 S. Highland Place
        MLS#136121                      Country Club Golf Course! Plenty               Completely Remodeled 3                   MLS#142435                        SHORT SALE
 Unique Log Sided Home                 of elbow room to build your dream
                                                                                        bdrm. 1 3/4 ba end unit         1296 sq ft up; approx. 800               OPPORTUNITY
3 Br, 3 Ba, (2 homes in one)           home with views on all sides! The
                                                                                      Townhouse. Wood burning            down; 4 br; 1 & 2/4 ba; 2           4 Bd Plus, 3 Ba, 2722 SqFt. liv-
 on heavily treed acre; FP,             Pinewood Sanitary District brings
                                       the sewer to lot line. View the hill-          fireplace, vaulted ceilings.      kitch; 2 lg frpl up; wood stv.       able, Fantastic Views and Total
Trex decks; Central Propane
                                       side loaded with Ponderosa; enjoy                                                                                          Upgrade,  Must See!
  heat; dual pane windows;                                                                 All new throughout!           down; large lot — lots of
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                                       3 bd, 2 ba, Mfd Home on well                  A chalet would be a perfect       1185 Coyote MLS #141675               Beautiful well-treed, over
       MLS# 140093                      treed cul-de-sac lot. Vaulted
   Single wide 2 BR 1 BA;                                                              build on this great, over        CLEAN AS A WHISTLE!                   8000 sq.ft. lot, only 8 lots
                                         ceilings, wood burning fire-                                                 single wide 2Br, 1Ba - woodstv,
   Ramada; covered deck;               place. Central forced air heat.
                                                                                     8,000 sq ft lot. Facing your                                               away from the forest
                                                                                      home southwerst will give       fap heat - new refrig - large cov.    entrance! Hike from there up
    Carport; HUGE LOT!                 Open kitchen lots of cabinets.                                                  deck - ramada, withstood 2009
                                        Large Covered deck w/Trex                     you fabulous, specatsular                                              to the Crystal Point Hiking
    (Approx. 8,000 SqFt)                                                                                                  heavy winter snow load.
                                          decking. MLS# 141327                             mountain views.                                                              Path.
         Sam/Bob                                                                                                                Sam/Bob                           Call Sam or Bob
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   this t o ug h s i t uat i o n g o s m o o t hl y f o r y o u                                                   “helicopter parent,” hovering       my parents after college, and
     P eas e cal l R es o rt Ho m es t o day 6 2 3 - 5 4 6 -
                                                                                      $35,500
                                                                                    2 bed 2 bath
                                                                                                                  over my adult child. But I’m a      brought with him his girlfriend
                              2045                                                  single wides                  Jewish mother, and these pat-       and a friend. They stayed with
                                                                               -40 lb roof, 2x6 walls
                                                                             -Delivered, Set, Tie downs           terns are hard to change.           my parents, after graduating
                                                                                -Dual pane windows
                                      By Resort Homes                           -Tape & Texture T/O                                                   with honors from Cornell, and
                                      Dealer Since 1985                      -Solid wood cab doors and               People say I need to estab- smoked pot all day. My mother
                                                                                      drawers
                                                                                                                  lish boundaries. I think my was working full time and now
                                            MODEL
                                                                                 Modular homes                    son needs to establish bound- had a houseful of guests for
                                                                                   available
                                         AVAILABLE                                                                aries with me. He doesn’t whom to provide. After a few
                                       AT 17205 Deer Run                                     $56,900              invade my privacy. He doesn’t months, she’d had enough. At
                                       52ʼ                                     8ʼ –
                                                                                                Includes
                                                                                            • 40 lb snow roof
                                                                                                                  give me unwanted advice. He dinner one night, she
                                                                                                   load           keeps my house neat and announced that everyone
                                                                                          • 2x6 ext walls, tie
                                                                                                  downs           clean. He does call me too would have to take turns mak-
                                                                                           • Delivery, carpet
                                                                                                                  often and always wants to ing meals and cleaning the
   27ʼ




                                                                                       install, drywall close-
                                                                                              off, cleaning       know my whereabouts. When I house. My brother looked at
                                                                                       • Setup with 50ʼ utility
                                                                                                   runs           move back to the Valley for the my father, a macho man who
                                                                                         •Solid wood cabinet
                                                                                           doors & drawers
                                                                                                                  winter, this is going to change considered himself a feminist
                                                                                          • Tape & Textured       as I assert my independence. although he never lifted a fin-
                                                                                                walls T/O
                                                                                        • Dual pane windows       Do I allow him to asset his ger around the house. My
                                                                                          • Permit, title fees,
                                                                                                                  independence?                       brother said, “We will take our
                                                                                                                                                      turns if Dad does, too.” And so
                                       40ʼ                                                                           I know what’s best for him. I the Women’s Liberation
                                                                                                                  can see the big picture. I know Movement was bor n in my
                                                                                                                  what his priorities should be. family. Everyone shared the
                                                                                                                  The problem is it does no good work. My father learned to
                                                                                                                  for me to dictate these things. vacuum, dust, wash pots and
                                                                                                                  I know he needs to discover pans, do the laundry, and put
  27ʼ                                                                                                             them for himself and make his the dishes in the dishwasher.
                                                                                                                  own plan of action but I could He never did learn to cook. My
                                                                                                                  save him so much time and parents did not require my
                                                                                                                  effort! And I’m footing the bill brother et al to work or pay
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                                                                                                                                                      his girlfriend moved to
                                                                                                                     It is really hard to let go with Califor nia and his friend
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                                                                                                                  an adult child who has made stayed on and worked in my
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                                  • 2x6 ext walls, tie downs
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                                     Pinewood Property
                                    Owners’ Association
                                              P.O. BOX 18673
                                           MUNDS PARK, AZ 86017

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                                      Mission Statement
                 The Mission of the Pinewood Property Owners’ Association
                 through action of its Board of Directors is to receive volun-
                tary funds from the Munds Park Community and to disburse
                those funds to community organizations and projects for the
                     betterment of the entire community of Munds Park.
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                    $119,900                                                                               $229,900                                 $214,900
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                      $232,200                                                                                                                           $248,900
                                                                   $175,000                                $149,900
              3/2, New Wood Floors,                           1/1 - Wood floors, Gas                  3/2, Now Remodeled,                         3/2, 2 FP, Wood Floor
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                                                                    $269,900                                $239,900                                    $199,900
                    LOTS                                       Gorgeous Bungalow                     3/2, 1,909 SqFt, Garage
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                $199,900                                 $314,900                                   $184,900                                 $247,900
         Completely Remodeled                                                             Screened Porch, Two Lots                   3/2, 3 Electric fireplaces
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                 $94,900                                $144,900                                  $239,900
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               2/2, Nice Lot,                                                                  Great A-Frame
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                                                       $299,000                                                                           $399,900
              $214,900                                                                         $799,900
                                                     3/2, 1784 SqFt,                                                                3/2, Bonus Room,
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                              Fall is Time            as Poley leads us around the masonry struc-
                                                      tures of Old Oraibi. After making our pur-
                              for a Circu-            chases of katsinas, turquoise jewelry and
                              lar Journey             blue corn piki bread, we continue our circular
                                                      journey towards Canyon de Chelly.
                              in Indian
                              Country              Canyon de Chelly is a deep, red rock canyon
                            By Stacey              with twists, turns and numerous confluences
                                                   that make it a sandstone maze. No wonder
                            “Vagabonding
                                                   Kit Carson had difficulties rounding up Nava-
Lulu” Wittig
                                                   jos hidden within its labyrinth in the mid-
Travel Writer                                      1800s. The next day, we ride through the

“You are on a big migration,”
says James Poley to our group
                                                   canyon atop a Korean-War-era troop carrier
                                                                             painted      brilliant
                                                                             turquoise. The six-
                                                                                                                   Ponderosa
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just arriving at the Hopi Cultural                                           wheeled      vehicle                   Final Care for Companion Pets
Center on Second Mesa. His                                                   crawls through thick                          By Russsell Mann
words make me think of the big                                               sands at the canyon
spirals found pecked into cliff                                              bottom and – with                                                  1519 N Main St,
walls that represent the migra-
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able to poke around Indian                                                                                               www.ponderosapetcrematory.com
                                   "Jeep" Tour in Canyon de Chelly gives all walls, those spiral
Country during the cool fall. So high vantage points.                        petroglyphs I men-
with October upon us,                                                        tioned before and                  Bonded                                   Insured
we’re doing a “circle                                                        ancient            cliff
tour” and Hopi is our first                                                  dwellings.
stop.
                                                                                     Even though the
“All these places that you                                                           Navajos now occupy
are visiting are very im-                                                            these canyonlands,
portant to our culture.                                                              the dwellings were
You will see our ances-                                                              once home to an-
tral homes in places like                                                            cestors of the Hopi.
Canyon de Chelly,” ex-                                                               We climb down from                                    261663
plains Poley.                                                                        the 2.5-ton vehicle at
                                                                                       White House Ruin             Custom Homes • Remodels
                                                                          de Chelly
“Our ties are very, very Spider Rock is today a Cliff dwellings in Canyonpeople. were and admire the
strong to these places – sacred place for the
                                                  home to ancestral Hopi                                                • Additions • Decks
                                                                                       three-story building
even today. Many of Navajos.                     erected cliffside over six hundred years                         Window & Door Replacements
these ancestral lands are                        ago. These seldom-seen ruins are only ac-
now national parks and monuments. You see cessible when accompanied by a Navajo                                Siding • Handyman Service • Roofing
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the artifacts. They talk about the mystery of Surprisingly, I’ve gotten the best buys on                                 • Concrete & Masonary
these people, but one of the main things they Navajo jewelry in this remote place. Vendors
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ers. They will say ‘Where did these people tory tourist shopping. After so
go?’ But I say, the way of the ancient people much fresh air, we sleep like
is not gone.”                                   logs.

Our Hopi host was born into the Reed Clan             After a hearty breakfast at the
(one of 25 clans) and embraces the teach-             Holiday Inn Canyon de Chelly,
ings, religion and lifestyle of the Hopi. “Wel-       we drive across Indian Country
come all of you, come in and take a seat.”            to Hubbell Trading Post. The his-
We sit in front of a long table filled with col-      toric site is now part of the Na-
orful carvings. Poley sits down, too, and as          tional Park system, but still
he talks, he begins carving. “These are               operates as a trading center for
Kachina – or katsinam – dolls. They repre-            Native Americans in the region.
sent the ceremonial spirits.” The carver ex-
plains how babies are given the “Happy                We sit on cushy knee-high
Grandmother” katsina and then shows us the            stacks of handmade rugs as Edi-
differences in the other feathered katsinam           son, our Navajo park guide tells,
he has brought to show us.                            “We’re in the ‘hot spot’ here. The
                                                      rug room of the Hubbell Trading
Later, a silver-haired senior whispers to me,         Post is where all the action took
“Maybe the Happy Grandmother katsina is               place.”
just a marketing ploy to get this group to
buy.” This was after all a Road Scholar (for-                     Continued on page 27
merly called Elder Hostel) tour. She giggles
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Across                                 where ambulances go              Nebraska
                                   51. Your mother's sister         26. Women who marry your        ALL IN THE FAMILY
1. People with blood connec-       53. 3.1417                           father                 By Annie Weissman   Solution on page 30
   tions                           54. University in the Midwest,   28. Brave
9. Your father's brother               abbrev.                      29. A long, long time
13. Analyze                        55. "When it ___, it pours."     32. Bad guys in folk
14. "___ the fields we go"         57. Entered on the positive      tales
15. "The ___ Worker," a play           side of a balance sheet      34. A measure of a stu-
     about Helen Keller            60. Your sister's daughter           dent's achievement,
16. Law                            61. Abbreviation on a rap            abbrev.
18. "___ Man River"                    sheet                        35. Rowboat paddle
19. A unit for fineness of gold    62. Rewrites                     37. come back
21. ___-relief                     65. Ripped                       38. Evaluator
22. Flying geese formation         66. Kept from having necessi-    39. Word in wedding
23. Not you                            ties                             announcements
24. Meat cuts                                                       40. Midwestern Univ.
27. Wishes undone                  Down                             43. That which drives a
30. "The Catcher in the ___"                                            cursor
31. Place where a basketball       1. Take away                     45. Worked as one
     players aim the ball          2. Banish                        47. Mouths
33. Opposite of yes                3. place where foods are kept    49. Soft leather
34. Jackie Gleason's line, And     4. National org. of doctors      51. Licorice flavoring
     away we __!"                  5. Clock sound                   52. Go away!
36. Your father's mother or        6. Relatives by marriage         56. "A stitch __ time
     father                        7. Swerve                            saves nine."
40. A kind of modern art           8. A sibling                     58. Old move studio
41. Gridiron official, for short   9. Incapable                     59. Chips and ___
42. Gun enthusiasts org.           10. Your aunt's children         63. Abbrev. for term
43. Silent                         11. Allow                            about saying some-
44. First word in a friendly       12. "... ___ he drove out of         thing in another
     letter                            sight"                           language
46. Human digit                    17. Chinese "way"                64. Pedro's "yes."
48. Deposits or fertilizes eggs    20. Sam I ___
50. Place in the hospitals         25. Postal abbreviation for
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                                                                                        may affect the safety of     All residents are encouraged to check out the website
                                                                                        our community. This          for additional information; you may also call (928)
                    Munds Park Neighborhood Watch                                       system is another tool to    526-2735 and ask for the Emergency Management
                                                                                        help you stay informed       Office.
                                              By Len Friedlund                          during emergencies.
                                                                                                                     The next meeting will be on October 20th at 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                        “Information from tele-      at the PFD; all meetings are potlucks and will occur
                                                                                        phone services are up-       every three months on the 3rd Wednesday of the
As of 10/13, 2,572 (90%) of the residences have reg-        loaded into the emergency notification system with       month. Invited guests include the Coconino County
istered with the Munds Park Neighborhood Watch              GIS maps of the communities. This allows public          Sheriff’s Office with Sheriff Bill Pribil, Gerry Blair,
(MPNW) program. Even though there are still 300             safety officials to ‘geo-locate’ neighborhoods and       the Community Programs Planning Manager, and
residences remaining in the park to be registered, we       communities for targeted messages, which can be          Community Deputy Spencer Dohm, as well as PFD
did reach our goal of 90%! As people come up to             voice recorded or computer generated from written        Chief John Welsh and County Supervisor Matt Ryan.
enjoy the fall season, and later the winter activities,     text. The messages can also be translated into differ-   Possible guests on the agenda for this meeting could
some more registrations will be completed. Let’s not        ent languages. Emergency messages are then trans-        include Coconino County Public Works and Commu-
forget the reflective address numbers available for         mitted via telephone lines.                              nity Development personnel with information on the
free at the fire station; try to get your area in compli-                                                            re-addressing project and street sign replacement.
ance so that emergency services personnel can find          “This system utilizes telephone company databases
the addresses as rapidly as possible.                       but, to ensure that you receive emergency information    For information and volunteering, please call the com-
                                                            via this system, we encourage everyone to register       munity coordinator, Len Friedlund, at 286-1655 or
The following is an excerpt from the information            your home and cell phone numbers at www.readyco-         (928) 600-3896 or email to lfriedlund@aol.com.
brochure the Coconino County Emergency Manage-              conino.az.gov.                                           There is a web site for the program utilizing the
ment Office publishes:                                                                                               Pinewood Property Owners Association’s (PPOA)
                                                            “Because this is a hosted computer system, the phone     www.pinewoodppoa.org and clicking on the Neigh-
“READY! COCONINO is an emergency notification               calls are generated by a server at a remote location     borhood Watch tab. The PPOA supports the MPNW
system (reverse 911) that serves all of Coconino            across the country. The telephone number will appear     program with donations to cover most of the costs as-
County, including the cities located within the County.     as a long distance phone number with no identifier (it   sociated with the program. If you haven’t sent in your
Computer automation allows operators to send                will not say READY! COCONINO).                           annual donation yet to the PPOA, please consider the
recorded emergency information to a large majority                                                                   support they give us when you do. It would be very
of our residents. Public safety officials will use this     “READY! COCONINO is a program to ensure that             difficult to continue the program without their help.
system to notify you in the event of wildland fires,        citizens are fully prepared to handle emergencies and    Your donations may be mailed to PPOA, PO Box
neighborhood evacuations, closures of major high-           disasters.”                                              18673, Munds Park, AZ, 86017.
ways due to traffic collision, natural disasters, law en-
forcement emergencies, and any other occurrence that




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                                                                                      Mission Statement: Fos-     Website: www.pinewoodppoa.org              click on
MUNDS PARK ORGANIZATIONS                                                              ter an environment of mu-
                                                                                      tual business cooperation
                                                                                                                  Munds Park Community Church tab.
                                                                                                                  Membership: Open to all residents of Munds Park;
                                by Len Friedlund
                                                                                      to the betterment of the    directed by a Board of Elders elected by the mem-
                                                                                      Munds Park community        bership. (see additional information on the website
This is the last in a series of seven articles which
                                                           while enhancing each participating businesses abil-    for types of memberships)
will attempt to recognize each of the twelve organ-
                                                           ity to grow and succeed in the market place through    Funding: Funded entirely by donations from mem-
izations in the park and give the reader the neces-
                                                           affiliation, support, and referral.                    bers and friends; the church is a 501(C)3 nonprofit
sary information to pursue affiliations or at least
                                                           Website: www.pinewoodppoa.org               click on   organization.
become familiar with the opportunities to participate
                                                           Munds Park Business Alliance tab.                      Meetings: Sunday School at 9:00am, Sunday wor-
in the activities within our community.
                                                           Membership: All Munds Park businesses are en-          ship at 10:30am, Saturday at 6:30pm May through
                                                           couraged to join.                                      September. Office hours are Monday through Fri-
Each organization will have a profile created which
                                                           Funding: Annual memberships: Individual $150,          day from 9:00am to 1:00pm or by appointment.
will contain a mission statement, website informa-
                                                           Company $250, Corporate $350. Fundraising ac-          Contact: Reverend Rex Sample (928) 286-2022
tion, membership requirements, source of funding,
                                                           tivities are geared to raise monies to apply to the    or for emergencies 24/7 (928) 310-6402.
meeting information, and who to contact. First, the
                                                           Munds Park Entrance Beautification project.
profiles will be installed on the Pinewood Property
                                                           Meetings: First and third Wednesdays of each           The intent of this project is to provide a source of
Owners       Association      website,    which       is
                                                           month, 4pm at the Munds Park Community Church          information that will function as sort of a gateway to
www.pinewoodppoa.org, as they are developed by
                                                           Fellowship Hall.                                       all of the organizations. This will not necessarily re-
each organization. The home page for the website
                                                           Contact: Bill Spain, President (602) 622-1196 P.       place any information on existing websites for them
will have a tab for each organization that will display
                                                           O. Box 18917 Munds Park, AZ 86017                      but will facilitate access at a central website. The
the profile when it is clicked. Any websites that are
                                                           Email:         Bill.Spain@ProvidentAZ.com         or   profile information will be living documents with
included on the profile can be clicked to access
                                                           Info@MundsParkBA.org (effective 10-15-10)              changes occurring yearly regarding contacts and
them. Second, the profiles will be assembled in a
                                                                                                                  meetings for example. It is imperative that each or-
handout which will be used by realtors to give
                                                           Munds Park Community Church (MPCC)                     ganization forward any updates to the PPOA web-
prospective buyers an idea of the types of organi-
                                                           Mission Statement: Munds Park Community                site committee when they occur so that the website
zations here in our community.
                                                           Church is non-denominational, introducing people       is kept current. As this project progresses, please
                                                           to the Lord Jesus Christ, welcoming them into          access www.pinewoodppoa.org to see how the infor-
The last two organizations to be profiled are the
                                                           membership in Godʼs family, nurturing them toward      mation is developing. If you have any questions,
Munds Park Business Alliance and the Munds Park
                                                           Christian Maturity, enabling them to share their       suggestions, or updates for this PPOA sponsored
Community Church.
                                                           unique ministries, and celebrating together the joy    activity, contact Len Friedlund at 286-1655 or (928)
                                                           of Godʼs salvation.                                    600-3896 or email to lfriedlund@aol.com.
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                                                        the marsh reeds, roosting Wood Storks and four        a Blue Jay, my favorite bird, as it stopped at a
     Birding in Hilton Head,                            species of Herons on a private but viewable pre-      homeʼs bird feeder not far from the cart path.
        South Carolina:                                 serve, Oyster Catchers, Ruddy Turnstones and
                                                        several types of Plovers on a long and narrow         Third, sometimes just putting your feet up and
     Three Birding Tips for                             mound made of oyster shells jutting out above         staying put will pay off because birds will come
                                                        the water, and Ospreys and Bald Eagles over-          to you. Over a glass of wine overlooking the Cal-
        Wherever You Go                                 head. How did I find Howard Costa, our guide?         ibogue Sound from our second-floor patio, I saw
                Margaret Dyekman                        I looked up the Hilton Head Audubon Society on        my first-ever Brown-headed Nuthatch and later a
                                                        the internet, e-mailed the contact person for the     Downy Woodpecker and a Red-headed Wood-
Birding in a location outside your own “roosting        Society, was referred to Howard as a guide, and       pecker. My favorite sighting and a “lifer” was on
grounds” is exciting – one never knows what new         made final plans over the phone. It was easy.         a short walk to the nearby marina. I stopped for
birds you will sight or with which previously-seen                                                            a few minutes in a small grove of trees and spot-
birds you will reconnect. This                                    Second, always be prepared to bird no       ted a Black-throated Blue Warbler. This clean-
was my attitude of anticipation                                   matter where you are. I brought along       cut warbler was one I always admired in the
when we landed in Hilton Head                                     two pair of binoculars and a book titled    birding field guides but had never seen until this
to spend a week golfing, birding,                                 “Birding South Carolina” that I bought      very serendipitous walk. The next day in the
and just relaxing, and I wasnʼt                                   second hand on the internet for less        same group of trees was a Black-and-White War-
disappointed.                                                     than $7, including shipping.          The   bler, again just within a hundred yards of our
                                                                  smaller pair of binoculars was always       rented condo.
Here are my top three learnings                                   with me and came in especially handy
from this trip, and I think they can                              on the golf courses. We saw Anhingas        Now that we are back in Phoenix, I will fill up our
apply to anyone out for a birding                                 – large cormorant-like birds that swim      bird feeders and bird bath and see what birds will
adventure in an unfamiliar place.                                 submerged in the water with just their      come by for the winter. I hope this season will
                                                                  necks and heads up, looking like            again bring Lesser Goldfinches, Spotted
First, treat yourself and hire a                                  snakes cruising at the top of the lakes.    Towhees, Dark-Eyed Juncos, White-Crowned
local nature guide for at least a couple of hours.      We got great looks at several grown alligators        Sparrows, and Costa and Black-Chinned Hum-
I have always found these folks to be profes-           and three baby ones sunning themselves at the         mingbirds, plus the usual year-round species.
sional, knowledgeable, and entertaining as they         edge of a golf course pond. On one golf course        One never knows what surprises are ahead
efficiently take you to local birding spots and point   I figured out that the bird that was singing like     when it comes to birding!
out species that you would probably not easily          mad over and over was the Carolina Wren. It is
find yourself. In our case, I hired a nature guide      a tiny bird, as are wrens, with a loud song, and      Please e-mail me with your Munds Park fall and
for two hours, and he took my husband and me            while the others in the foursome were teeing off,     winter birding experiences. You can reach me at
out on his boat into the sounds around the south-       I spotted one singing away on someoneʼs house         margaretdyekman@cox.net and read all articles
ern part of Hilton Head Island. We saw Marsh            deck so I could finally make an identification. And   at www.birdladyblog.wordpress.com.
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                                            also, had a float in the July 4th parade.   TRAVEL                                      WHEN YOU GO:
MPBA Business Review                        Last, but not least, he was instrumental
      Munds Park Business Alliance          in making Munds Park Community              Continued from page 21                      Holiday Inn Canyon de Chelly
   Munds Park                               Church a secondary emergency shelter
                                            for Munds Park, which included secur-       “Indians traded for centuries before
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     Church                                 Pastor Sample was born July 1, 1933 in
                                                                                        eled from site to site with his wares.
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Pastor Rex Sample                           Sidney, Nebraska. After graduating high
                                            school in Sidney, he did his undergrad-
                                                                                        in one place. People came to him,”
                                                                                        explains the long-haired Edison.
                                                                                                                                    Road Scholar Adventures in Life-
   “One of Pinewood’s Oldest Businesses”                                                                                            long Learning
                                            uate study at Nebraska Wesleyan Uni-
                                                                                                                                    Northern Arizona University
                                            versity in Lincoln, Nebraska and his        On the way back to Flagstaff, we stop
Reverend Rex Sample moved to Munds                                                                                                  800-454-5768
                                            graduate study at Garrett Biblical Insti-   at Petrified Forest National Park.
Park in November 2009 to become the                                                                                                 www.elderhostel.com
                                            tute in Evanston, Illinois and Iliff        Agate House Pueblo made of petri-
new minister of Munds Park Commu-
                                            School of Theology in Denver, Col-          fied wood and spiral petroglyphs
nity Church. He was chosen from over                                                                                                Thunderbird Lodge Canyon Tours
                                            orado.                                      were left by the ancestral Hopis.
100 candidates, and he has proved to be                                                                                             800-679-2473
truly the best choice. As soon as he                                                                                                http://tbirdlodge.com
                                                              The churches Rev.         This approximately 350-mile circle
moved here he jumped in
                                                              Sample has served         can be done in a weekend. Not a bad         Stacey “Vagabonding Lulu” Wittig is a
and became a valuable
                                                              include      Sprague      ‘big migration,’ if you’re itching to get   travel writer based in Munds Park,
member of the commu-
                                                              Community Church          out of Munds Park before the snow           AZ. What to learn more? Get more
nity and a dynamic min-
                                                              in Sprague, Ne-           flies again.                                free travel tips and advice at
ister for the church.
                                                              braska;       Trinity                                                 www.vagabondinglulu.com.
                                                              United Methodist
Since moving here Pastor
                                                              and Westlawn United
Rex has joined the PFD
                                                              Methodist in Grand            Charles Lindbergh was named Time magazineʼs first “Man of the
Auxiliary, Neighborhood
                                                              Island, Nebraska;            Year” in 1927. But what turned into an annual tradition for the pub-
Watch, and the Friday
                                                              Centenary United
mornings breakfast club                                                                     lication actually started as an apology: Time had embarrassingly
                                                              Methodist in Beat-
at the Lone Pine (also                                                                     left Lindbergh off the cover after his landmark solo flight and “Man
                                                              rice, Nebraska; Shan-
known as the Liars                                                                                             of the Year” was their apology.
                                                              daken         United
Club). He was in the
                                                            Methodist, Pine Hill
play, Guys and Dolls, this                                                                            http://www.mentalfloss.com/amazingfactgenerator/?p=21
                                                            United Methodist, Big
past summer. He played a
                                                            Indian          United
gambler known as Rusty
                                                            Methodist and Oiveria
Charlie. He is, also, a regular
                                                            United Methodist all a
member and participant in
                                                            part of the circuit in
Munds Park Business Al-
                                                            Shandaken, New York;
liance.
                                                            Walsh           United
                                                            Methodist and Two
Pastor Rex has been an inte-
                                                            Buttes          United
gral part in bringing many
                                                            Methodist from Walsh,
new valuable services and
                                                            Colorado; and Simla
activities to Munds Park
                                                            United Methodist in
Community Church. One
                                                            Simla, Colorado.
was this summer’s farmers
market. It has been held in
                                                            After spending a num-
the parking lot of the church.
                                                            ber of years operating
The market is a great out-
                                                            his own successful
reach for the church, vehicle
                                            business in Colorado Springs, Colorado,
for the local artisans and a blessing for
                                            Rev. Sample decided to leave semi-re-
the community. Even on slow days the
                                            tirement and accept a call to return to
vendors have done well. Another unify-
                                            full time Christian Service here in
ing factor for the community Pastor Rex
                                            Munds Park.
is responsible for is moving the summer
monthly Catholic Mass from the fire
                                            Rev. Sample had four children, An-
station to the church. He has heard
                                            thony, Andrew, Alexis, and Terri. An-
many favorable responses from many
                                            thony died of brain cancer at 35. He has
families. He was instrumental in the de-
                                            seven grandchildren and eight great
cision to change from two Sunday serv-
                                            grandchildren. He is married to Mar-
ices to one Saturday evening and the
                                            garet, a wonderful woman in her own
one on Sunday for the summer. Pastor
                                            right. They have been married for 48
Rex was responsible for the church hav-
                                            years.
ing an active presence in the 4th of July
celebration this past year. This included
                                            Munds Park is truly blessed to have
a church sponsored free July 4th picnic
                                            Reverend Rex Sample as part of our
for the entire community. It was well at-
                                            community.
tended and much enjoyed. The church,
28       October 20, 2010                                                                                                   Pinewood News

   To: All the little kids in Munds Park
          Hello. Yes, I know itʼs not even Halloween yet, but I just want to let you know that I will be visiting
   Munds Park again this year on Saturday, December 4 starting at 5:00 pm. Let Mom & Dad know to get
   you signed up so we donʼt miss you.


  Total # of kids _______________________
                                                                               NAME:___________________________________________
  Contact Phone # (required) _____________________________
                                                                               AGE: ____________
  NAME:___________________________________________
                                                                               NAME: ___________________________________________
  AGE: ____________
                                                                               AGE: ____________
  NAME: ___________________________________________
                                                                               NAME: –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
  AGE: ____________
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STREET ADDRESS FOR SANTA:


Santa will visit homes of children 12 and under ONLY!
If you have any questions, contact Irene (928) 607-3639 and mail this coupon (or a facsimile) to PO Box 18977, Munds Park, AZ
86017. You can also drop off coupons at the post office or at the fire station.

 PS: Santa usually heads out in the fire truck around 5:00 p.m. on his route and heʼs usually done by 8:30 p.m. As an alternative in case of bad weather, we would like
 several people with vans, SUVʼs, autos to follow to let the haywagon kids and chaparones get in out of the cold if itʼs cold and snowy .



                                                                                               as well as some retaining walls, decorated gravel areas and enhanced

MPBA Munds Park Business Alliance     “Building Business Partnerships for a
                                                                                               welcome signing. There has been considerable discussion about how
                                                                                               we could add theme lighting, hanging plant baskets and incorporate
                                                                                               some of Munds Park history into the entrance area.
                                          Stronger Community”

ONWARD & UPWARD                                                                               The duration of the construction will be something we all have to
                                                                                      deal with over the next two years, but the final product will truly beautify
The Alliance is growing quickly. Businesses understand the importance of              our community. The presentation on the 20th will include numerous draw-
rallying together for the benefit of the entire community. In that regard, a          ings and renderings to help identify what the project is all about.
very important meeting is being held on Wednesday October 20th at 4pm in
the community church fellowship hall. ADOT spokesman George Wallace is                WELCOME BASKET DELIVERY
presenting an overview of the construction that will begin next spring on the
freeway interchange/bridge renovation. Why is this important? For the next            The Welcome Basket program which was
two years the entrance to Munds Park will be under renovation.                        initiated over Labor Day Weekend has
                                                                                      been a tremendous success thus far. New
The 1-17 Freeway on and off ramps and bridge overpass are going to be re-             Munds Park homeowners have been exu-
placed which will shift the entrance to Munds Park. The construction is ex-           berant in their appreciation of the Wel-
pected to begin next spring and conclude in the fall of 2012. The newly               coming gesture. About half of the 2010
constructed bridges will be about twice as wide and will have sidewalks con-          new homeowners have received their
necting the East and West sides of the Park. There will be public art built into      Welcome Baskets. Baskets are delivered,
                                                                                      in person, to each new homeowner and        Everett and Nancy Worfolk happily ac-
the new underpasses, elk rails along the side of the freeways for vehicle                                                         cept the MPBA “Welcome Basket” on
safety which will run the length of the Munds Park turnoff and the freeway is         include an array of information about       the purchase of 17030 S. Hillside Drive.
planned to be completely resurfaced in front of the Park. The improvements            Munds Park and the participating MPBA
will be dramatic. The entrance to the Park will shift south providing a               businesses as well as gifts, maps and safety information. All MPBA member
straighter entryway.                                                                  businesses are allowed to put information in the welcome baskets about their
                                                                                      company and services. In spring 2011, a Welcome Discount Booklet will be
MPBA intends to work with ADOT to develop a beautification plan for the               added to the baskets offering business discounts to the newcomers.
new entrance and a long term agreement to maintain these landscapes for the
betterment of the community. We will begin a fundraising effort in that re-           If you are a new Munds Park homeowner and have not received your basket
gard next spring and hope that the entire community will participate.                 yet, let us know by calling Bill at 602-622-1196. We will arrange a time to
                                                                                      visit with you and deliver you your Welcome Basket!
Some of the ideas discussed to date include the introduction of sprinkler                                                                      Continued on page 30
flower beds at the entrance to both the East and West side of the new ramps
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THE FLAGSTAFF AZ AIRPORT CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR
                                                                                        SNOWFALL (INCHES)
THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 2010...                                                          RECORDS
                                                                                        TOTAL               2.0 1965
CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1971 TO 2000                                                      TOTALS              0.0        0.0            0.0
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1898 TO 2010                                                      SINCE 7/1           0.0        0.0     0.0    0.0
                                                                                        SNOWDEPTH AVG.      0          0       0      0
WEATHER        OBSERVED                  NORMAL DEPART               LAST YEAR`S        GREATEST
               VALUE          DATE(S)    VALUE  FROM                 VALUE
                                                                                        SNOW DEPTH     0    MM                   0 MM
DATE(S)
                                                      NORMAL                            WIND (MPH)
                                                                                        AVERAGE WIND SPEED        4.7
TEMPERATURE (F)                                                                         HIGHEST WIND SPEED/DIRECTION         31/210   DATE 09/08
RECORD HIGH           91      09/03/1948                                                HIGHEST GUST SPEED/DIRECTION         39/220   DATE 09/22
                              09/02/1948
                              09/01/1948                                                SKY COVER
LOW                   20      09/22/1912                                                POSSIBLE SUNSHINE (PERCENT) MM
HIGHEST               84      09/03                                  83 09/27
LOWEST                34      09/24                                  34 09/25           NUMBER OF DAYS FAIR       27
                              09/23                                                     NUMBER OF DAYS PC          3
                              09/11                                                     NUMBER OF DAYS CLOUDY     0
AVG. MAXIMUM          78.0                    73.8    4.2            74.4
AVG. MINIMUM          42.3                    41.7    0.6     43.6
MEAN                  60.2                    57.8    2.4     59.0                      WEATHER CONDITIONS. NUMBER OF DAYS WITH      LAST YR
                                                                                        THUNDERSTORM            2 MIXED PRECIP           0
PRECIPITATION (INCHES)                                                                  HEAVY RAIN              2 RAIN                   2
RECORD                                                                                  LIGHT RAIN              3 FREEZING RAIN          0
MAXIMUM            6.75       1983                                                      LT FREEZING RAIN        0 HAIL                   0
MINIMUM            T          1992                                                      HEAVY SNOW              0 SNOW                   0
                              1973                                                      LIGHT SNOW              0 SLEET                  0
                              1957                                                      FOG                     2 FOG W/VIS <= 1/4 MILE 0
TOTALS                0.79                    2.12    -1.33   0.77                      HAZE                    4
DAILY AVG.            0.03                    0.07    -0.04   0.03
DAYS >= .01            2                      8.0    -6.0     8                         - INDICATES NEGATIVE NUMBERS.
DAYS >= .10           2                       4.0    -2.0     3                         R INDICATES RECORD WAS SET OR TIED.
DAYS >= .50           0                       1.0    -1.0     0                         MM INDICATES DATA IS MISSING.
DAYS >= 1.00          0                       1.0    -1.0     0                         T INDICATES TRACE AMOUNT.
GREATEST
24 HR. TOTAL          0.49 09/21 TO 09/22      0.34
30              October 20, 2010                                                                             Pinewood News
   VIEW                                    back and forth, with their antlers inter-      HEALTH                                         If you get the flu this winter (the flu sea-
                                           locked. They are practicing for the day                                                       son goes through March by the way) there
   Continued from page 4                                                                  continued from page 7                          are medicines that you can take – but you
                                           when they’ll have the opportunity to
                                                                                                                                         have to see your healthcare professional
                                           pass their genes along into the blood
   Along in April or early May, as the                                                    How can influenza be prevented?                within the first 48 hours of being sick.
                                           line.
animals return here to the mountain                                                       So before we talk about treatment – let’s      These are antiviral medications, a bit dif-
                                              Toward the end of summer the bulls          talk about prevention. Getting a flu vac-      ferent than that penicillin you may have
and nutritious spring grasses, males ex-   begin to fight with one another in             cine is probably the best way to prevent       in your cabinet so be sure to contact your
perience a tremendous hormone surge        earnest and form harems of willing             the disease (see more on vaccination           doctor or nurse practitioner for advice be-
and suddenly the bony antlers begin to     cows, this years calves and yearlings.         below). Besides the                            fore taking any medicine. To care for
grow. Initially antlers are covered by     It’s a very tiring time for old bulls to       vaccine, taking care of                        yourself when you think you might have
skin which looks like velvet and is lit-   fight off the younger males, keep the          yourself by get plenty of                      the flu:
erally gorged with blood vessels. In       harem together and not wind up with            rest, eating well, and ex-                     drink plenty of hot fluids (they soothe
good years antlers can grow over an        their head on some Republican’s wall.          ercising regularly will                        your throat and relieve nasal congestion –
inch a day. Toward the end of summer       As November slides off into December           help you prevent all                           as well as keep you from getting dehy-
the growth of the rack slows and the       the season is capped by the first snow-        kinds of infections, in-                       drated)
velvet begins to peel off. Bulls hasten    fall and the beginning of the winter mi-       cluding influenza. The                         gargle with tepid, strong tea or warm salt
this process by digging their antlers      gration.                                       CDC also recommends                            water
into the ground and rubbing them back                 So, next time you’re out in         that you wash your hands frequently to         suck on lozenges or hard candy to lubri-
and forth on small bushes and trees.       our great alone and come across a herd         prevent the transmission of viruses to your    cate your throat
I’ve often seen where they have                                                           mouth or nose. You should wash your            don’t suppress a cough that produces
                                           of elk, you may now understand a little
thrashed around, murdering small                                                          hands for 15-20 seconds with soap and          phlegm or sputum – it helps rid the respi-
                                           more about this beautiful dynamic
trees. A huge rack means that an ani-                                                     warm water. You can sing “twinkle, twin-       ratory tract of mucus (if mucus is bloody,
                                           species.                                       kle little star or happy birthday” – both      yellow, or green, contact your health care
mal has had the sense to reach matu-                  Please, if you get out into our
rity, is in top physical form and has                                                     songs take about 20 seconds to sing the        professional)
                                           special Northern Arizona back-coun-            chorus. Be sure to dry your hands well af-     avoid milk or other dairy products for a
eaten well. Elk may live 18 - 20 years     try, be careful with fire, leave it a little   terwards. If everyone coughed or sneezed       few days – they thicken mucus secretions
if not killed on the highway, by hunters   cleaner, and try to make the place bet-        into a tissue, threw the tissue away and       wash your hands frequently, especially
or some natural disaster. I have often     ter for your presence.                         washed their hands every time – we             after blowing your nose and before han-
watched young elk in bachelor herds                   Enjoy Northern Arizona!             would cut down the transmission of most        dling food – this helps you avoid spread-
pugelizing, sort of pushing each other                                                    respiratory disease dramatically. If soap      ing the flu virus to others
                                                                                          and water aren’t available use disposable
                                                                                          hand wipes or gel sanitizers. If using gel,    Are there other infections that are like
MPBA                                       be anyone nominated within the com-            rub your hands until the gel is dry.           the flu?
                                           munity. Nomination Forms will be                                                              Some other common infections of the
Continued from page 28                     printed in the Pinewood News starting Is the vaccine 100% effective and can it                winter are worth mentioning briefly. You
                                           in March 2011.                        give me the flu?                                        can tell the difference between the com-
ANNUAL BUSINESS LUNCHEON                                                                  No vaccine is 100% effective, plus it is       mon cold and the flu in the degree of the
                                           “The Community Stewardship Award”—-            possible that other strains of flu could       symptoms. Usually a cold doesn’t cause
MPBA will anniversary its first year       This Award will recognize a MPBA business      occur and those would not be covered by        the muscle aches or high fever and it tends
as a fledgling business organization       that has consistently given back to the com-   the vaccine. The injectable vaccine is         to “come on” much slower. Stomach flu
                                           munity.                                        made from inactivated viruses and there-       is not the same virus as influenza and
next April and will celebrate the date
with its first Business Luncheon &                                                        fore can’t give you the flu. The vaccine       causes diarrhea and vomiting as the major
                                           “The Innovation Award.”—-This Award will
Awards Ceremony. The luncheon will                                                        does activate your immune system and           symptoms along with a fever, headache
                                           highlight a MPBA business that has suc-
be a fundraising event to raise money      ceeded through a new concept, vision or ad-
                                                                                          you may have symptoms because of this.         and general body aches. As always, seek-
                                           dition to the community.                       These symptoms may include a slight            ing the advice of you doctor or nurse prac-
for the Beautification Project and will
                                                                                          fever, headache, muscle aching, and a sore     titioner is advisable if you are not sure.
be scheduled in early June 2010.                                                          injection site.
                                           “The Excellence in Business Award”—-This
Nominations will be accepted by the        Award will be given to a MPBA business that                                                   *The information provided in this column
Board of Directors to recognize local      demonstrates outstanding business practices,   Is there any option for immunization           is offered as a community service about
businesses and individuals that have       ethics and success.                            besides the injectable vaccine?                health-care issues and is not a substitute
gone above and beyond in contribut-                                                       A nasal-spray vaccine called FluMist™ is       for individual consultation. You should
ing back to the community to make          JOIN MUNDS PARK BUSINESS                       available. Current reports                     not rely on this information as a substitute
Munds Park a better place to live,         ALLIANCE!                                      indicate there will be about                   for personal medical attention, diagnosis,
work and enjoy. There will be three                                                       1 million doses available.                     or hands-on treatment. If you are con-
award categories recognizing Com-     All businesses, big and small, are en-              FluMist™ is an option for                      cerned about your health please consult
munity Stewardship, Innovation and    couraged to join MPBA and help your                 healthy people between the                     your family’s health care provider. This
                                      neighbors and local businesses                      ages of 5 to 49 years.                         information is based on research by the
Excellence in Business. There will
                                                                                          FluMist™ is a live virus vaccine and           author and represents my interpretation of
also be one individual Award, “The    strengthen the local economy and
                                                                                          should not be used for people with com-        the literature.
Golden Pinecone,” which will be       community. For more information,                    promised immune systems (or their care-
given to a person in the community    check out our new website at                        givers), pregnant women, anyone with an        Resources:
that most exemplifies the characteris-www.MundsParkBA.org or email us for                 allergy to eggs, children and adolescents
tics of business ethics, philanthropy more           information          at              receiving aspirin therapy, those with a his-   http://www.niaid.nih.gov/publications/flu.
and community involvement.            info@MundsParkBA.org.. You can speak                tory with Guillain-Barre syndrome, or          htm
                                      with the MPBA President, Bill Spain,                people with asthma or reactive airway dis-     http://www.azdhs.gov/phs/oids/epi/flu/ind
The three business awards will be be- by calling 602-622-1196 or Vice-Pres-               ease.                                          ex.htm
stowed upon MPBA member busi- ident, Regina Bailey at 928-699-7069.                       (this information is directly from the web-    http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/whoshoul
nesses and the Individual Award can                                                       site for the FluMist™ maker.)                  dget.htm
                                                                                                                                         http://www.coconino.az.gov/clinic.aspx?
                                                                                          Is there treatment for influenza?              id=19194
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                                           FOR THE AUXILIARY
                                    KIDS HALLOWEEN PARTY
                                      Saturday, October 30
                                        6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
                                                                                                 New Frontiers Natural Marketplace Presents
                              Lots of fun, games and prizes
                               plus lots of good treats in- “Get Stronger in Five Easy Moves”
                               cluding a trick or treat bag What: free seminar about strength training
                                    filled with goodies     When: Thursday, October 28

                                                                                    Time: 6pm

                                                                                    Where: New Frontiers Natural Marketplace,
          IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
                                                                                             320 S. Cambridge Lane (Butler Ave. at Sawmill Rd.)
  EMERGENCY ......................................................9-1-1              Who: Timothy Carrow, GSST Personal Training
  Coconino County Sheriff Dispatch....................928-226-5198
                                                                                    Cost:    Free
  CCSO Deputy Spencer Dohm..........................928-226-5146
                                                                                     Flagstaff, AZ.
  Pinewood Fire Department - Office..................928-286-9885
  US Forest Service-CNF....................................928-526-0600             Muscle strength is crucial at any age.
  AZ Game & Fish...............................................928-774-5227         Discover five easy things you can do to improve your own strength and bal-
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  Dept of Transportation (Road Cond).................928-774-1491                   even more important the older we get.

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                                                  Sinson Wood Flooring                                                        Bus: (928) 774-4100                               Joshua Dowd
  17x23, complete with venting
               $600                             Wood floor installation, Sanding,                                             Fax: (800) 531-8804                                  Owner
                                                                                                    For Rent
   100,000 BTU Weather King                      modern low-dust technology
                                                                                       Single wide mobile, 1 bed 1 bath,
forced air furnace, propane $600                     Lic-bonded-insured
                                                 ROC 144855 928-525-3381
                                                                                          furn. nice location $850/Mo           PIPE DREAMS PLUMBING, INC.
      Call (602) 476-3446                                                                    Also avail year round.
                                                                                               call 480-329-7886      c
                                                                                                                                         “We Solve Your Plumbing Nightmares”
                                                            Pet Care
           For Sale                            Your home or mine! Bonded, con-
                                                                                                                                              24 Hour Emergency Service
                                                                                                    For Rent
  Knee hole desk 18”x42” - $75                      scientious, dependable.             Doublewide Available July, August,
    Washer/Dryer $125 each                             Munds Park Only                 September - 2 bedroom, 2 Full Bath,
                                                                            2                                                 PO Box 30126
     Munds Park 286-0159                              Call 928-286-0165                     Furnished, Washer/Dryer           Flagstaff, Az 86003                             ROC # 230734 • #230735
                                                                                        One Car Garage, Screened Porch        Email: pipedreamsplumbing@yahoo.com                   Bonded • Insured
        ˚House For Sale                                Alʼs Computer                             $1495 a month
   Camp Verde area the Views                    Mund Park Resident-software or         Year Round, One year lease-$1200
    3b,2b, 1358 sf, $146,900                                                             Call Provident Partners Realty
  Consider Trade 928-821-0600
                                                hardware repairs, custom com-
                                                        puters for sale     1
                                                                                                  602-622-1196                            Found                          Help Wanted
      Verde Land & Home                          Call 928-286-9695 Anytime
                                                                                          Pinewood Vacation Cabin                           Found                             Help Wanted
              For Sale                               Danielʼs Landscaping                             Rental                      on Pinewood Blvd. Sept 29                 Full Time Realtor
  Antique Cabin Theme Bedroom                    Pine needles & yarad clean-up;         3 Br, plus loft, 2 Ba chalet over-      Digital Camera - If you think itʼs       Call Pinewood Branch 1
   Set - vanity dresser, full head-              planitng; flower & rock gardens;      looking beautiful Munds Canyon.                yours Call 286-9945                286-2145 or 699-1862
board and foot board, frame, mat-                weekly/monthly maint. tree plat-        All new inside. Large covered
tress and box spring - $300 OBO,               ing, rock and gravel drives, drip ir-    deck, nestled high in the trees.
   Lamp $10. (928) 607-3639 or                        rigation rpr. 10 yrs exp          Call owner/agent for availability
          (928) 286-9413.                                 (928) 607-1984         1
                                                                                                 928-699-7069
                                                                                                                                                                If you find some
             For Sale                                  Yard Cleanup &                     Pinewood Cabin For Rent
   Office desk, rolling printer                       Deck Maintenance                    4 BR, 2BA,single level, fully
                                                                                                                                                     MISSTEAKS
         stand, Misc files                              Call John Tyrrell              furnished, satellite tv, large deck,            in this publication please consider they
   Call Jan at PInewood News                       928-637-4149 or 286-2145                  gas grill, washer/dryer,                    are there for a purpose....
         After November                                                                     $150/night, $700/week
          928+286+9827
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                                                       Yard work, cleanup                        480-330-9399            3
                                                                                                                               We publish something for everyone... &
                                                tree trimming, handyman, paint-                                                 some people are always looking for
                                                 ing, decks, mobile home repair
   Housecleaning                                          and removal.                          Cabin For Rent                                     MISTAKES!!!
                                                  Quality work and fair prices.        3 Bd, 2 Ba located overlooking
        Kleening by Kelly                          Please call Richard Floyd            Natʼl forest, single car garage,
     Good Oleʼ Fashion Cleaning                          928-699-7124.                 W/D,, Ref. 1-yr lease $1250/Mo
           Kelly Bailley                                                               1st, Last, plus security/cleaning
          (928) 221-4492                          D&P Handyman                              deposit., Owner/Agent
                                                       Service                                 Call 928-699-7703
   Professional Housecleaning                   For reliable service
   “Done the Way You Like it”                  and affordable prices
  Opening for spring, need rentals             Landscaping, Pressure
 cleaned or just monthly or weekly              washing, Deck repair,
cleaning - I do it! Work Guaranteed.           Deck staining or painting, moving       Minimum Six Month Rental-$995
Call Debi Zajac 286-0176 or 928-                  furniture, and much more...              One Month Rental-$1495
              699-7012           +16
                                                Call Dale 928-286-0083 or 928-         Plus all utilities, Furnished 2 Bed-
  Home Cleaning-Best Ref in MP                              310-1659           0       room,2 Full bath, Fireplace, One
 Looking for someone to clean your                                                      Car Garage, Circular Driveway,
home on a weekly or biweekly basis.                                                      sScreened Porch, Gorgeous
   Thorough, honest and friendly                         Wanted                        Large Lot Manuafactured Home,
   Call Aurora Salas 286-9249 +4                                                               Propane Gas Heat
                                                          WANTED
               ALL AROUND HOUSE                       SNOW REMOVAL
                    CLEANING                    Munds Park, Season Contract
              “CARING FOR YOUR HOME
                      WITH PRIDE”               Must be dependable and have
               1) Jump start your opening, I     proper equip. to do the job
can have it done before you get here in the        Call Don 928/ 286-2502
                   spring.
2) Errand running to Flag on Wednesdays                                                PROVIDENTS PARTNERS REAL
     3) Organizing closets & cabinets                                                      ESTATE & MORTGAGE
   4) Party bartending and/or clean-up             Got my passport                        BUY/ELL/RENT/MANAGE
     CALL EARLY TO SCHEDULE                          and cooler!
 Becky Puls 928-286-1505 ofc 928-                                                        Call Bill Spain 602-622-1196
          606-8145 cell
                              +17                    Ah Mexico!
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         ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO “ GO GREEN”                                                                                                          $129,500
                                                                                                   $121,000
                                                                                                         $121,000
             BY SAVING POWER and MONEY
Last February the Salt River Project launched a program called Kill A Watt designed to
inform power users how much it costs to run their various electrical appliances. The                       SOLD!
program is easy to use, and free, and here’s how it works. The utility loans its cus­
tomers a simple device that plugs into ordinary 110/120 volt home receptacles. Then
                                               the electrical appliance is in turn
                                               plugged into the monitoring device,
                                               which immediately displays the
                                               amount of power being used. The in­
                                               triguing thing is that many appliances                   705 E. Oak                             1166 E. Caribou Rd.
                                               continue to use power even when
                                               turned off, but few of us know which of       Meticulously maintained home,              Beautifully remodeled mobile home
                                               our appliances do that. Also some ap­         inside and out. 2 Br, 2 Ba split           has 1100 sq,ft, livable space, 2 br, 1
                                               pliances use far more power than one        floor plan, beautifully landscaped               ba, gorgeous tiled shower,
                                               would suspect.                                         lot with pines and                      separate laundry room;
                                                                                                                                         wood burning stove and forced air
                                                                                              fruit trees, Comes Completely
                                                                                                                                        gas heat, large workshop and stor-
                                                Here in Munds Park, our power is sup­                     Furnished!                       age shed, nicely landscaped
                                                plied by Arizona Public Service, which                  MLS#141308                         w/water fountain in front yard
does not have such a program. To fill that void, the Pinewood Property Owners’ As­                        Call  Mona                         MLS#141351 Call Mona
sociation has decided to launch a program similar to Kill A Watt. We have purchased
six of these monitoring devices which will be available for loan to any Munds Park res­             $209,000                                          $225,900
ident for a one month period. The devices can be checked out at the Pinewood Sani­
tary District office at 18075 S Navajo beginning on the tenth of next month (8­10­10).
Call first (286 9166) to be sure one of the monitors is available, or to put your name
                                                                                                                                                       SOLD!
on the waiting list if they’re all checked out.




                                                                                                   17165 Elk Place                           1120 E. Pinewood Blvd.
                                                                                          3 Br 2 Ba home on a heavily treed                   SELLER MOTIVATED
                                                                                            lot wiith vaulted ceilings, great          Make offer on this 3 Br, (bonus room
                                                                                          room, Forced Air Gas, & Propane,             could be 4th br) 2 & 3/4 bath home in
                                                                                             Storage Shed, Covered Deck
                                                                                                                                        desirable area of Munds Park. Gor-
                                                                                                      MLS#140679
                                                                                                                                              geous heavily treed lot.
                                                                                                       Call Regina
                                                                                                                                                   MLS#141269
                                                                                                                                                     Call Mona
                                                                                                      $255,000                                     $149,000


                                                                                                         SOLD!




   I certify that the above devices are installed at property owned by me

                                                                                                   750 Reindeer Dr.                           17020 S. Bow String Rd
                                                                                              Lots of amenities-Beautiful wood                    FOREST VIEW!
                                                                                           flooring, oak cabinets, ceramic tile in     2 Bd, 1.75 Ba, Eat-in Kitchen, Forced
                                                                                          living rm,s oaring vltd ceiling, skylites,     Air Gas heat, Covered, Screened
                                                                                          2-car garage, privacy fence and large          Deck, plus room addition and ra-
                                                                                            open deck, landscaped. Pefect year         mada, on a heavily treed, cul-de-sac
                                                                                             round home or summer get away.               lot on Forest. Owner Will Carry!
                                                                                                 MLS#141805 Call Regina                       MLS#141805 Call Regina



                     (Max)                                                                            Carole Woltz & Associates Realty, Inc
                                                                                                                           Regina Bailey, Broker

                                                                                                                   Specializing in Mountain Properties

                                                                                                          Call Regina 928-699-7069 cell
                                                                                                          Call Mona 928-699-6908 cell
                                                                                                               OFC 928-286-1616
                                                                                                  TOLL FREE FROM PHOENIX 602-254-0008
34       October 20, 2010                                                                                                     Pinewood News

Carole Woltz & Associates Realty,Inc.
                                                “The Pinewood Connection”
                                                                           Specializing in Mountain Properties


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           $249,000                                $225,000                                  $219,900                                   $435,000                              $185,000
   835 Hillside • MLS#138504             805 Reindeer • MLS#139576               80 Cedarwood Dr. • MLS#140347                  1395 Pinewood Blvd •                           320 E. Oak
 Well maintained 3 br single family      BEAUTIFUL CABIN IN THE                   Beautiful 2006 log-sided modular                  MLS#135493                       2Br/2Ba remodeled, modern
home on 9583 sq ft gorgeous land-      COOL PINES! Completely fur-                 home. 3bd/2ba, Garden tub in
                                       nished home has 3 Br, 1.75 Ba,                                                     4 Br, 3 Ba, Vltd ceilings, fireplace,      kitchen, lge open deck, wood
scaped lot & a half. Paved drive &                                                 master br, sep shower, walk-in
separate RV parking. Large, open       kitchen w/Breakfast Bar, Great                                                      Great room, Guest Suite, 3-car             stove & forced air gas heat.
                                                                                 closet. 9ʼ ceilings, A/C, fireplace &
  deck in back facing seasonal         Room w/free standing fireplace,                                                      garage, heavily treed lot, both          Comes completely furnished!
                                                                                    forced air gas, Storage room,
        creek. Call Mona               Custom cabinets, T&G ceilings.                                                            open/covered decks.                  MLS # 138420 Call Mona
                                                                                   Landscaped, security lighting.
                                                Call Sharon                                   Call Mona                              Call Regina

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                                                   $239,000                                  $189,000                                 $235,000                                $99,000
          $135,000
                                                                                                                                  17655 Mustang Rd.                      17635 Mustang Rd.
                                       17465 Ox Bow Pl • MLS#139083                       720 E. Hillside                    Opportunity to own “Coconino
   17980 S. Walapai #22A                                                                                                                                            A gorgeous parcel awaits your
                                       Newly remodeled!! This home is              T1 Bd plus Great sleeping loft,           Castle.” Each level has own
        MLS#142339                                                                                                                                                cabin in the pines. This lot can be
                                        virtually new. Come take a look,         1 Ba, Cath/Vltd ceilings, Covererd      kitchen, living room, bedroom, bath
 Great 3 bdrm, 2 bath condo                                                                                                                                       purchased separately or together
                                                 very accessable.                   Deck, Heavily Treed lot with          & fireplace, Royal themes flourish
Mountain & Golf Course Views!                                                                                                                                       with the Coconino Castle next
                                             No appointment needed.                     Panoramic Views.                   in this unique castle, including a
Motivated seller - Make an offer                                                                                                                                         door. MLS # 136675
                                                   Call Regina                              Call Regina                        tower with a viewing deck.
         Call Darlyn                                                                                                                                                          Call Mona
                                                                                                                                MLS#136674 Call Mona




           Reduced!
           $109,900                                $229,900                                  $399,000                                 $199,900                                $329,000
                                          17085 S. Deer Run Rd.                       17460 Shadow Rock Pl -                  17080 S. Cedarwood Dr •                   17185 Iron Springs Rd.
   235 Oak Dr. - MLS#137613                                                                 MLS#138167
                                                MLS#141765                                                                            MLS#140221                   NEW, NEW, NEW roof, dual pane
Charming, beautiful 2Br,2Ba well-                                                 Gorgeous chalet on a cul-de-sac,
                                      Simply magnificent 3 Br, 2 3/4 Ba,                                                     4Br, 2Ba, gas log fireplace,              windows, bedroom carpet
maintained home, has room addi-                                                  bright, open floor plan w/great rm &
                                      mfd home on large lot. Open and                                                       Cath/Vltd ceilings, Sandstone          dining/living Btazilian Cherry lami-
  tion and wood burning stove.                                                   masonry fp. 3Br, 3Ba, huge kitchen
                                        Bright split floor plan,carport                                                    patio in rear, covered front deck,       nate, generator, furnace, central
Garden tub off master bath, W/D,       w/room for workshop, redwood                  & dining rm, 2-car attached
                                                                                                                            landscaped, partially fenced.            A/C, NEW kitchen. Must See!
     Dog run. Move-in ready,              deck, nicely landscaped,                    garage. Comes Furnished
                                                                                                                                      Call Regina                               Call Darlyn
           Call Mona                              Call Mona                                   Call Mona
                                                    Reduced!
                                                                                                                                                                  Regina Bailey, REALTOR® • DB
                                                                                                                                                                          • 928-699-7069
                                                                                                                                                                   Mona Avellino, REALTOR® •
                                                                                                                                                                           928-699-6908
                                                                                                                                                                     Darlyn Miller, REALTOR®
                                                                                                                                                                          • 928-221-1067
           $269,000                                                                                                                                               Sharon Migliorino, REALTOR®
                                                   $339,900                                  $299,000                                   $295,900
                                                                                                                                                                          • 623-451-5047
   17120 S. Iron Springs Rd.           180 Circle Drive • MLS#139947
                                                                                 1185 E. Fox Pl - MLS#142727               1355 E. Bobcat - MLS#142015              Pam Dittbrenner, REALTOR®
3 Br, 2 Full ba, Sun Room, Dual        Immaculate chalet shows like a model
                                                                                 3 Br, 2.5 Ba, Chalet on a gorgeous,       Beautiful chalet nestled in the pi-
pane windows, laminate flooring,        home! 3Br, 2.5Ba, Loft, pantry, forced                                                                                            • 928-699-7395
                                                                                  large corner lot, attached garage,       nees on gorgeous, heavilly treed
 Bonus Room, new appliances,          air gas furnace, attached 2-car garage,                                                                                      Linda Swafford, REALTOR® •
                                                                                 double pane windows, wood stove,         lot. 3 Bd, plus loft, 2 Ba, breakfast
 4 sheds, Landscaped, Garage,         open & covered decks, beautiful pavers
                                                                                            breakfast bar                  nook, 1- car garage. Completely                 928-286-1616
paved drive, Year round livable,             on drive, heavily treed lot.
                                                                                             Call Regina                     furnished w/ special touches!
          Call Darlyn                               Call Regina                                                                        Call Mona
  www.carolewoltzrealty.com                                             STOP BY TODAY FOR FREE , MAPS,
                                                   NOTARY, RENTAL INFO AND INFORMATION ON ALL PROPERTY LISTED IN PINEWOOD
 REGINA BAILEY, DESIGNATED BROKER
               Pinewood News                                                                                                                    October 20, 2010                                  35

                              MUNDS PARK COMMUNITY CHURCH
                                         UPDATE
                                                                                                  by Mac Jett
WINTER IN MUNDS PARK                                                    ground (or lack of same) you are welcome to attend and            ings or his regular office hours which are Monday and
Except for your home, your street may seem devoid of                    worship with us either on Saturday evenings at 6:30 P.M.          Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
life. It’s quiet...very quiet. And it’s dark, And yes, it’s             or Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Adult and children’s
chilly...sometimes down right cold. But for those of us,                Sunday school begins at 9 a.m. Sunday mornings.                   He invites anyone to call him anytime the need arises.
the roughly 20 percent of us who are lucky enough to be                                                                                   His personal phone number is: (928) 310-6402. The reg-
full time residents, winter in Munds Park is full of won-               ON GOING AT MPCC                                                  ular church phone number is (928) 286-2022
ders.                                                                   The first Sunday of each month the church offers Com-
                                                                        munion to all who are present. This is an open Commun-            DUAL MEMBERSHIP
Animal tracks in the snow. Warming up by the fire while                 ion, which means you do not have to be a member of the            Many of our members are also members of other churchs.
watching snow fall. The occasional person you meet and                  church to participate.                                            Most churches allow this dual membership for those who
actually talk to while taking a stroll,. Shoveling snow (or                                                                               spend time in two different locales. If you would like
better yet watching someone shovel snow for you). Win-                  The second Sunday of each month is potluck Sunday.                more information about joining MPCC, Pastor Sample
ter sports. Snow men mysteriously appearing on the driv-                Everyone is invited whether you bring food or not. This           would be happy to answer any questions you might have.
ing range.                                                              is a great time to meet people in a casual environment,
                                                                        make new friends and enjoy good food. The potluck fol-            WE HAVE A WEBSITE
A trip to town becomes an adventure--yes the roads are                  lows the 10:30 a.m. service.                                      Our new Website is up and running. Check it out at
plowed and I-17 is always clear--but the trip itself is a                                                                                 www.mpcchurch.com. Visit our site often to find out the
treat.                                                                  TONY CHAPMAN MAKES IT HAPPEN                                      latest “what’s going on” information about MPCC.
                                                                        Music that is. Tony, who majored in music at NAU,
And during the winter, church on Sunday at MPCC is                      and who is now in their Master’s program provides the             YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
very special. The group is small like the first Christian               music for winter services at MPCC. He is an amazing               If you don’t have a church home here in Northern Ari-
Churches were in Paul’s day, but it’s a wonderful gather-               musician and we are blessed to benefit from his talent            zona, we hope you’ll consider joining us…we would love
ing full of friends and good cheer. So, if you’re one of                on Sunday mornings.                                               to see you…we’re open every Sunday.
the lucky ones we hope you’ll join us and make this win-
ter more special for us an d for you as well.                           PASTOR REX SAMPLE
                                                                        Rex Sample is the pastor at MPCC and, in his own words,
WHO ARE WE?                                                             is a 24/7 pastor. He knows that situations might arise in
We are a non-denominational church, which simply                        your life where pastoral guidance would bring comfort,
means that regardless of your denominational back-                      and these situations aren’t confined to just Sunday morn-                  COME WORSHIP WITH US!
                                          Saturday Service - 6:30 p.m. • Sunday Service - 9 a.m. Sunday School for all ages - 10:30 a.m. worship service for everyone


              $120,000                                   $299,500                              $450,000                                $290,000                               $229,900
                                                                                               Reduced!
                                                            SOLD!


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       185 E. Oak Drive                          1440 E. Wildcat Drive                    390 Pinewood Blvd.                      385 E. Hillside Dr.                   17200 S. Deer Run Rd
                                                                                     For the golf enthusiast - Chalet-in-                                           BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 2-LOTS!
 Beautiful level lot with lots oif pine        3 Br + loft, 2 Ba home has 2-car                                               Beautifully built one story home
                                                                                        the-pines with a view of the                                                T&G ceilings, cobble stone tile &
   trees, full size 2-car garage &             garage, Cath/vltd ceiling, dining                                             with attached 2 car garage. This
                                                                                       greens. 4 Br, 2 1/2 Ba, lots of                                             wood flooring, 4 skylights, Solarium
  paved driveway, Utilities on site.          room breakfast bar, Fireplace, on                                              home has been very lightly used
                                                                                       closet space, insulated 2-car                                                off master bedroom, Hot Springs
 Ready for that dream custom built                  heavily treed corner lot                                                 and is like new. Make offer, seller
                                                                                       garage. Approx 3,000 sq.ft on                                               Spa, 2 covered decks, New Privacy
   home or mfd get away retreat.                  MLS#136957 Call Regina                                                                  movated
                                                                                     1 acre with tall pines. Seller open                                            Fence-Must See! MLS#139962
   Owner is licensed real estate                                                                                                MLS#138447 Call  Regina
                                                                                       to trades in various locations.                                                  Call Mona • Owner/Agent
      agent in AZ Call Regina
                                                                                      By appointment Call Regina
               $180,000                                  $105,900                                                                       $189,999                                $399,000
                                                                                         Carole Woltz
                                                                                         & Associates
                                                                                          Realty, Inc
                                                                                       Specializing in Mountain Properties

                                                                                      Call Regina 928-699-7069 cell
      1140 E. Coyote Rd.                                                                                                                                                   710 Midway Lane
                                                   17090 S. Poco Pl.                  Call Mona 928-699-6908 cell                        525 Oak
   This charming home is spotless              Beautiful, large Cul-de-Sac lot                                                 Spacious and spotless home is        One of the largest lots and best lo-
  inside and out. Newly painted in-          has lotxs oif room for fun -- volley-   Call Sharon 623-451-5047 cell             ready to move into. Lge Master       cations in Pinewood. Gorgeous lot
 terior is bright and airy. 3 Bd, 1.75
 Ba. No maintenance deck invites
                                              ball or badminton net -- Comfort-
                                                able mobile home is ready to
                                                                                       OFC 928-286-1616                       Suite w/separate garden tub and
                                                                                                                              shower, 3Bd, 2Ba split floor plan,
                                                                                                                                                                    covered with trees and cozy chalet
                                                                                                                                                                     with soaring ceilings. Huge fire-
 relaxation. tuff shed, lots of trees.         occupy. Sturdy ramada & cov-            TOLL FREE FROM PHOENIX                  fenced back yard and beautiful         place completes the cabin feel.
           Come take a look.                                                                                                  shed, all-season deck, perfect for
              MLS#140978
                                             ered deck makes this unit just like
                                                                                             602-254-0008                                                                      MLS#138654
                                                    a cabin, MLS#140978                                                          entertaining. MLS#142027                       Call Regina
              Call Regina                                                                    Regina Bailey, Broker
                                                         Call Regina                                                                     Call Sharon
          Carole Woltz & Associates Realty,Inc.
                                              “The Pinewood Connection”
                                                              Specializing in Mountain Properties
                                                 Office (928) 286-1616 • From Phoenix (602) 254-0008
                                                                   www.carolewoltzrealty.com
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   $189,000                                $189,900                            $549,900                              $169,900                                 $199,000

 17025 S. Teal - MLS #141714                 17190 Kay Place •                   17565 S. Apache Rd.                    17980 Walapai Rd #10B               1355 Wildcat Dr. MLS#140966
2 Br, 1 Ba On the Forest! Double               MLS#140218                              MLS#141298                              MLS#142131                     Charming cabin on gorgeous,
  paned windows, wood stove,             3Br, 1.50Ba, on heavily treed,      3 Bed, 3 Bath, Cath/Vltd Ceil-           3Bd, 2 Ba Condo with sensa-            heavily treed lot. Masonry fire-
metal roof, storage shed, partially     large, cul de sac lot, Fireplace,     ings, Great room, Fireplace          tional Sunset Views!! Impeccable          place in great room, Cath/Vltd
fenced, open and covered decks,         Covered Deck, Great screened         Separate laundry room, Cen-              condition, tastefully furnished,         Ceilings, wood floors, Pellet
                                                                              tral Air, Forced Air Gas Fur-        Vaulted ceilings and skylites pro-       stove, 2 Br, 2 Ba, open deck and
  Heavily treed lot has room for            in porch, storage shed.
                                                                             nace, Double pane windows,                  vide lots of natural light.        screened in back porch, storage
          small garden                            Call Regina                       Detached Garage
           Call Regina                                                                                                         Call Regina                           shed. Call Mona
                                                                                      Ask for Regina
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     1186 E. Caribou Rd.                      680 Trout Creek                  17980 Walapai Rd. #22A                 265 W. North Lodge Dr.                             405 Hillside
        MLS#140773                             MLS#138652                           MLS#127907                              MLS#142350                      Remodeled cottage, 1,539 sq. ft.,
  Gorgeous 2007 Cavco on 2-             Rustic cabin with great room, 2bd,   One of the nicest condos in Munds     Cozy A-frame in desirable North            lrg utility rm, vaulted ceilings,
beautifully landscaped lots. 3 Br,      2ba, open kitchen, covered porch     Park & one of the least expensive!      Lodge Location, 2Bd, loft, 1            open kitchen with dinning area,
  1 3/4 Ba, spacious, open split        and open back deck. Large pines      Single level, end unit, downstairs.   3/4Ba, comes partially furnished          walk in pantry, stone fireplace,
floor plan, huge kitchen, walk-in              surround the cabin.           Beautifully maintained, completely     w/wood burning stove, storage                        and garage.
                                                  Call Sharon                     furnished Call Mona               shed, covered/open decks on               MLS#138157 • Call Sharon
Pantry, 2-car Garage, 36ʼ Deck,
             Call Mona                                                                                                overwized lot. Call Mona

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   $489,000                               $139,000                            $100,000                                $685,000                                $309,100

   17950 Lake OʼDell Place
                                             1230 E. Cougar Rd             17150 S. Bow String Rd                         930 Raintree Rd.                       980 E. Pinewood Blvd.
 Gorgeous lakeside retreat. Very pri-
                                                 MLS#142352                       MLS#138603                       Magnificent home! 5Br, 3.75Ba,             Double pane windows, Eat-in
                                         1Bd, 1Ba, mobile with Forest   This home has 2 bedroom, 1.5 baths,         Jetted tub in Mbr, Central A/C,          kitchen, Cath/Vltd Ceilings, at-
 vate cabin overlooing Lake OʼDell,
                                        and Canyon Views! Kitchen has forced air gas heating, covered deck on      attached garage, Storage shed,             tached 2-car garage, Heavily
  Hardwood Maple floors, soaring
                                        pantry & Breakfast Bar, storage   a heavily treed lot. Call Regina         workshop, landscaped, open &              Treed lot with Mountain views.
 ceilings, open floor plan 2 Br, 1.75
                                         shed, workshop, fenced, cov-                                                covered decks. Call Regina                MLS#140869 • Call Regina
 Ba, 2-Car Garage, Heavily treed lot
                                            ered patio. Call Mona
   on a cul-de-sac. Call Regina
                                                                                                                                                                      SOLD
                                                                                                                                                                   Priced to Sell!
Regina Bailey, REALTOR® • DB • 928-699-7069                                               d!
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Mona Avellino, REALTOR® • 928-699-6908
Darlyn Miller, REALTOR® • 928-221-1067
Linda Swafford, REALTOR® • 928-286-1616
Sharon Migliorino, REALTOR® • 623-451-5047                                                                                                                    $184,500
                                                                               $134,500                              $149,900
Pam Dittbrenner, REALTOR® • 928-699-7395                                         140 E. Cedarwood Dr.                      17085 S. Redwood                     17105 S. Cedarwood Dr.
                                                                             Exceptionally clean Palm Harbor        BRAND NEW HOME on Corner of              Beautifully maintained chalet on
  STOP BY TODAY FOR FREE , MAPS, NOTARY, RENTAL INFO AND IN-                 Manufactured Home, 2 Bd, 1 Ba,        very desireable Munds Park cul-de-       over-sized lot. Masonry fireplace,
          FORMATION ON ALL PROPERTY LISTED IN PINEWOOD                       eat-in Kitchen, Pantry, Covered       sac!!! Forest Views in the 3 br, 2 ba-   forced air gas, 2 open decks, 3rd
                                                                             Deck, Propane Heat, Furnished!          home, Separate laundry room,             deck off second floor loft, sep
  www.carolewoltzrealty.com                      FREE                                                                    RV parking MLS#142663                  laundry room, 3 Br 1.5 Ba
                                                                              MLS#141588 • Call Regina
    Regina Bailey, Designated Broker
                                                                                                                                Call Mona                      MLS#141529 • Call Mona
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