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San Manuel *UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS See Story & Photos, Page 6 Proudly serving as the Tri-Community’s source of weekly news since 1954 Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Periodicals Postage Paid at San Manuel, Ariz. 85631 50 Cents Serapio Rodriguez ............131 Frances Wickham .............164 Craig Williams ...................95 Juan Barcelo .....................212 Joe Brewer ........................155 Melanie Reynoso ..............127 Vol. 58 No. 20
San Manuel MINER Proudly serving as the Tri-Communityâ€™s source of weekly news since 1954 Vol. 58 No. 20 Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Periodicals Postage Paid at San Manuel, Ariz. 85631 50 Cents Over the Top RC Track Opens in San Manuel ... See Story & Photos, Page 6 Also In This Issue: Elks Grad Night Car Revealed, Page 8 *UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS Juan Barcelo ..................... 212 Joe Brewer ........................ 155 Melanie Reynoso .............. 127 Serapio Rodriguez ............ 131 Frances Wickham ............. 164 Craig Williams ................... 95 *Results are unofficial until votes are canvassed by the Mammoth Town Council Page 2 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Tributes Robert M. Lopez Sheriff’s Report David Lee Cox Services for David Lee Cox, 21, of San Manuel, were held Saturday, May 12, at the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in San Manuel. David passed away on May 7, 2012. He is survived by his parents, Brian and Jennifer Cox; sister, Crystal Jean; brother, Cade Thomas; grandmother, Jeane Simons Reed; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends, all of whom loved him very much. June 15, 1942 - May 11, 2012 Robert M. Lopez, 69, passed away May 11, 2012 at his home in Mammoth, reuniting with his wife, Alice V. Lopez. He was born June 15, 1942 in Harshaw, Arizona. He leaves behind his seven children, Adam, Diana, Alice, Robert, Jesus, Angel and Freddie; 31 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Robert’s family and all who knew him will miss him dearly. David Lee Cox Huntington Chiropractic Health Center CHIROPRACTIC • ACUPUNCTURE • PHYSIOTHERAPY Now offering Massage Therapy with Britta Penca BA, LMT & Reiki with Reiki Master Dawn Weiss BSW Oracle Ofﬁce: (520) 896-9844 • 970 N. Dodge Drive Hours: Mon - Wed - Thurs 8 am-noon & 3-6 pm Do you need an investment representative? 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Registered Investment Advisor, 5701 Golden Hills Drive, Minneapolis, MN 55416-1297. Phone: 888-446-5872. Arizona Financial Services is independent of Questar Capital Corporation. P.O. Box 60, San Manuel, Arizona 85631 www.copperarea.com Phone: (520) 385-2266 • Fax: (520) 385-4666 USPS 480-500 The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. May 7 Theft was reported in the 400 block of South Avenue A, San Manuel. May 8 A structure fire was reported in the 3000 block of Colleen Drive, Oracle. The fire started in the garage and spread to a wooden fence and nearby brush. The fire was sparked by a grinder. Oracle Fire Department responded and extinguished the fire. May 8 Theft of a 48-inch stock tank was reported in the 66000 block of East Oracle Ridge Road, Happy 13th Birthday to our beautiful girl! 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May 11 Theft of a generator was reported in the 40000 block of South Justin Lane, SaddleBrooke. May 11 Burglary was reported in the 60000 block of East Eagle Heights Drive, Eagle Crest. May 11 A juvenile male, 13, San Manuel, was arrested and charged with assault. He was referred into Pinal County Juvenile Court and released to his parent. May 11 Burglary was reported in the 400 block of South Ladera Place, San Manuel. May 11 April M. Rodriquez, 19, San Manuel, was arrested in the 28300 block of South Veterans Memorial Boulevard, San Manuel, and was charged with disorderly conduct and malicious interference with a vehicle. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. See Sheriff, Page 3 Guyton’s Carpet, Tile & Grout Cleaning Commercial & Residential Services (520) 896-2158 (520) 730-1268 Guyton’s Carpet Tile & Grout Cleaning May 16, 2012 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Page 3 Letter to the Editor: Volunteers clean up graffiti Editor, San Manuel Miner: This letter is in response to the thank you note from John and LaNorma Raaum. I also want to thank the Raaum’s for their kind words featured in the Miner on May 2. It is satisfying to know that our work is appreciated. When I say we, I’m speaking of the collaboration between our organization, Adelante Juntos Coalition (AJC), John Ryan and the SMUSD Board of Education, CopperTown Association, SunLife Family Health Clinic, Elks Lodge, Pinal County Attorney and Sheriff’s Office, ASARCO, Cenpatico, Mountain Health and Wellness, Knights of Columbus, American Legion and Lions Clubs; but mostly our concerned citizens. Many area residents still don’t fully understand AJC’s mission which is: “To mobilize communities to prevent substance abuse among youth and provide education, information and resources that empower them to create safe, healthy, drug free communities.” We could never undertake this grand of a mission without the collaboration and cooperation of partners like these and the many private citizens who donate to keep our programming going. The key words in the mission are ‘mobilize communities’; when a problem or concern arises among our citizens, very often they call or come to our office. I have been fortunate enough to have worked with many great residents of the area during my tenure here at AJC and it is because of those partnerships that we are able to collaborate and resolve many of the problematic behavior and/or activities in our town. Indeed it was and continues to be AJC staff, program youth, volunteers Mammoth Police Report The Mammoth Police Report is submitted by the department. According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. April 29 A report of a nuisance dog in the 500 block of Rolfs Avenue was turned over to Pinal County Animal Control. April 29 Illegal dumping was reported at a residence in Mammoth. The officer spoke with the residents and the debris was cleaned up. April 29 A welfare See Police, Page 12 Sheriff motorcycle was found on its side, but the rider was nowhere to be seen. He was later located in the 700 block of East American Avenue, in front of the Oracle Market. Oracle Fire Department responded to his location and called for a helicopter to transport him to a Tucson hospital. The victim had a head injury and lacerations to his arm. May 13 Theft of a weed eater was reorted in the 39000 block of South Justin Lane, SaddleBrooke. Continued from Page 2 May 13 Burglary was reported in the 2100 block of East American Avenue, Oracle. May 13 Criminal damage was reported in the 1500 block of West American Avenue, Oracle. A vehicle’s window was borken. May 13 An accident with injuries was reported in the area of South Mt. Lemmon Road and East Campo Bonito Road, Oracle. A and coalition member who are responsible for graffiti abatement in our town, but again this is only possible because of the caring people who live and work here. Any resident at any time can call our office to schedule graffiti clean up. In the graffiti case that you cited, MSMUSD Facilities and Maintenance Manager David Hogan notified AJC about the graffiti when he discovered it and as soon as I hung up the phone, project assistant Edna Boger took our ‘team’ on duty that day and they had the vandalism covered up within 30 minutes. This is the kind of cooperation and unity is what will help keep our community safe and a place that we are all proud to live in. The scope of our work here at AJC has grown tremendously to try to meet the needs of the people who call the Tri-Community home. Our move into the vacant Avenue B School will enable us to provide for more services to youth, families and our esteemed senior citizens. Of course our original and most important objective is to keep kids drug and alcohol free, but we will continue to do graffiti abatement (cover it VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY Assistant Advocates needed for Safe Journey House. FREE Training. SJH is a Domestic Abuse Information Center for the Tri-Community andsurroundings. For more information, call (520) 385-4970. up), keep residents aware of immoral and/or illegal activity like the ‘designer drug and paraphernalia’ sales going on at Salt N Pepper Convenience store and any other activity that threatens the safety and welfare of residents. AJC will be opening the new El Centro Youth Center on June 1 so I want to extend this personal invitation to everyone reading this letter to please join us and see how much more we could do together. Check here in the Miner weekly for details on the ribbon cutting and opening on June 1. On behalf of the coalition and board members I would like to use this public forum to thank the Raaums, our partners and YOU for caring enough to make a difference. /s/ Betty Chavez Director, Adelante Juntos Coalition, 520-385-3028 Used Vehicle Sale! 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It ended up that it was just me as the person who carpooled with me had to leave because of a family emergency. I woke up early the morning of the convention as I had to be at GCU at 6:45 a.m. for credentialing training. Going through the big double glass doors and meeting with the Pinal County Chairman and his wife inside. We eventually went in to the room off to the right for training. After the training and the packets for all of the delegates and alternates arrived we had to credential ourselves first. To get the box of credentials I had to show my state ID. Then the other two team members and I went to the Pinal County Credentialing table outside. The procedure to checking credentials was that a delegate or alternate had to show a State ID/ Drivers license or a voter registration card. We were to double check the envelope that we handed them to make sure that the correct badge (white for Delegates and tan for Alternates) and that they only had one and the name was correct on the badge. When we got out at the table the Romney supporters started the process of credentialing. One of the problems with credentialing was that the leaf part of the envelope for the packets that folds over was not tucked inside the packets. Because of this the loose leafs encapsulated more that one packet making flipping through them difficult. Other than that everything went smoothly with credentialing. At the end of credentialing which I had the impression that it was to close at exactly 9 a.m. We were not too close until the Pinal County Chairman came out to officially announce that credentialing was closed. Some of the other County tables had already closed before this. At the end of credentialing Pinal County had 50 delegates and 13 Good Health Starts Here! alternates present at the convention. Some things to note as I worked the credentialing table is that were not allowed to wear or pass out any candidate or campaign specific swag or literature. This included shirts, sticker, buttons, literature like platform specific slates. As credentialing slowed down at the Pinal County table apparently one of the Romney supporters working with me was able to obtain their platform slate. This they said was their conservative slate. It was on orange paper that said “Platform Republican” at the top. At the bottom it read “Ron Paul supporters bring phony slates to Republican election meetings. This paper is the true and accurate Platform Republican slate.” I said OK and folded the paper up and put in my pocket. They apparently did not know I was a Ron Paul Supporter. Another thing that I noted while credentialing was the table next to us had a group of people congregating behind it. I was not sure that that was supposed to be happening as did the Romney supporters working with me. When I entered the doors again to the busy lobby I was immediately distracted Family Medicine • Pharmacy Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. We Accept Most Major Insurance, Medicare & AHCCCS because I needed to find the restrooms and was stopped by a Romney supporter who was handing out yet another slate. This was on green paper and labelled at the top with “Official Unity Slate” and at the bottom “Paid for by Romney for President”. I was given a Romney sticker and told to wear it. Instead of wearing it I stuck it on the green slate and folded it up and placed it in my pocket with the orange slate. I knew that the alternates were above the floor where the delegates were seated but it took me a few moments of wondering around to find the sign that said “Alternates Only”. I was also supposed to find other Ron Paul supporters from my county who were alternates and sit with them. However I never could not find any. So I sat in the Alternate section by myself as the convention started with prayer and Pledge of Allegiance. I noticed the Pinal County Chairman’s wife on the delegate floor motioning for someone to come down. I was not sure if she was motioning for me or someone else to come down. When I looked behind me I noticed that the two Romney supporters I was working with at the credentialing table earlier were at the top of the stairs. So I got up and quickly followed them to where they were re-credentialing as delegates to be seated on the floor. The Supervisor District-Two Chairman was there and said he was looking for me. I managed to get re- credentialed and seated as a delegate. The delegate floor was arranged by County. When I found my county I sat with many of the Ron Paul Supporters and was able to get the Ron Paul Slate and updates. The seating was a bit cramped. After the speeches and noise making it was time to divide up according to Congressional Districts and vote for “A” and “B” delegates. Because I am in CD1 we had to go upstairs to the right of the stage. When we got there was more cramped sitting arrangements with uncomfortable fold up chairs. We sat according to County within our Congregational District. Before we could get started in our CD caucus we were told we had to go back to the delegate floor because we were not supposed to leave until they adjourned the meeting. So as we got back down to the delegate floor and to our seats I noticed that to the left of the Pinal County seating was the CD8 caucus. They were apparently not told the same thing as we were. They were trying to block people from sitting in the delegate seating and getting to where they were supposed to be by pushing, shoving and taping the path off. They eventually figured out that they to were supposed to go back to their seating on the delegate floor like everyone else. Then after more speaking they finally officially adjourned the meeting and we went back to the Congregational District Uninsured? Ask about our discounts! Sun Life in Oracle 1870 W. American Ave., Oracle 896-2092 Sun Life Family Health Center 23 McNab Parkway, San Manuel • 520-385-2234 • sunlifefamilyhealth.org Serving Pinal County Since 1976 email@example.com www.nativeaz.com caucuses to vote for “A” and “B” delegates. We first voted for the “A” delegate it was then someone pointed out that at the bottom of the ballot there was asterisk that said “endorsed by Romney” and certain people on the ballot had asterisks by their name which was coordinated by the green “Unity” slate. We were told we could vote for three people for the “A” and “B” delegates. However, our strategy was to vote for only one person to concentrate our vote. I voted for the Ron Paul candidate for the “A” delegate in Congressional District 1. Once the ballots were collected they were handed to the secretary, who was a Romney supporter (apparent by the sticker he was wearing). After waiting a while the results came back for the “A” delegate. The winner was declared as someone with just 15 votes. How could this be? We disputed this and it was asked how many voted only for the Ron Paul candidate in CD1. In response 40 to 50 people raised their hands. After this an investigation ensued and a Paul supporter was to accompany the secretary to the area below us where they were counting the vote. After a long time waiting it was determined that it was a ballot/programming error with the Diebold counting machines. The way the ballots work, it was explained, is that each name on the ballot has a numbered order associated with it. The Diebold machines count the number associated with the names on the ballots. It was discovered that a name that was supposed to be on the ballot was left off and this messed up the counting in the Diebold machines. From there on it was agreed that the Electronic count was to be followed by a hand counting of the ballots. After more waiting we finally got the results and it was confirmed that the Ron Paul candidate in CD1 won the “A” Delegate slot with well See Letter, Page 10 May 16, 2012 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Page 5 Mountain Vista School inducts 12 new members into National Junior Honor Society Twelve sixth and seventh grade students from Mountain Vista School in Oracle were inducted into membership of the National Junior Honor Society. The ceremony was held at the school on Tuesday, May 1, at 6:30 in the evening. The ceremony was attended by the new inductees, current NJHS members, parents, administrators and board members. The students conducted the ceremony. Paige Padilla, NJHS President, welcomed those in attendance. Latissia Garcia spoke to the new members about scholarship, Monique Navarro spoke about service, Marissa McRae spoke about leadership, Cody Bradley spoke about citizenship, and Jessica Vickery spoke about character. Emily Soulé led the new inductees in the NJHS pledge and the Mountain Vista Principal, Mr. Dennis Blauser, conferred the certificates and welcomed the new members. The students inducted were Kayla Brown, Keefer Gagnon, Grethel Johnson, Jenna Martinez, Sam Muniz, Julia Tellez, Alexys Dietz, Angel Jennings, Gustavo Martinez, Kiera Myers, Matthew Peru, and Demi Nicholson. The new members were selected by a Faculty Council for meeting high standards of scholarship, service, leadership, citizenship, and character. Current members are Adriana Berumen, Barbara Bruno, Sammy Buckler, Breanna Chargualaf, Marissa McRae, Angela Navarro, Paige Padilla, Devan Parkhurst, McKenzie Vincent, Cody Bradley, Emily Soulé, Monique Navarro, Jessica Vickery, Latissia Garcia, Sarah Lee-Silva, Breanna McGinnis, Desiree Gallardo, Samantha Keilman, and John Machado. After the ceremony refreshments were served by the current NJHS members to the new members, their families, and friends. National Junior Honor Society members are chosen for and then expected to continue their exemplary contributions to the school and community. The Mountain Vista Middle School Chapter has been active since 2005. Mrs. Nannette Soulé is the NJHS sponsor. The National Junior Society ranks as one of the oldest and most prestigious national organizations for middle school students. Chapters exist in more than 60 percent of the nation’s middle schools and, since 1929, millions of students have been selected for membership. 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Call for a FREE telephone consultation Toll Free 1-888-243-2020 Triad S (gynecologist), Women’s Center Mammoth, Dr. Westbrand, Pinal County Health Department, PinalGila Council for Senior Citizens, San Pedro Health Wellness Center, Sunlife Family Health Centers, Oral Health Program, Health hearing Center, Safe Journey House and Hospice Family Care. Oracle TRIAD is a volunteer commitment between the Pinal County Attorney’s Office, Pinal ff Community Center, Celebrate Recovery, Alzheimer’s Association, AZ Department of Veteran’s Services, VA.gov, Cenpatico, United Way, La Canada, Community Action Human Resource Center (CAHRA), Huntington Chiropractic, Family First, Pinal County Sheriff – Static Display, Adult Protective Services, Medicare Health Benefits, Odyssey, Oro Valley Hospital, Dr. Yell ri paper shredding station will also be available for your unwanted papers that may contain confidential information. It is a good way to prevent identity theft. The paper shredding and prescription drug disposal is sponsored by the Pinal County Attorney’s office of James Walsh. There is a limit of five boxes per person. More than 40 vendors are scheduled to be at the Expo, including: Oracle he screenings. Bring the kids. There are plenty of giveaways and they can see a real fire truck, helicopter, ambulance and police car. The Expo will be providing a drop off for your unused and expired prescription medication and over the counter drugs. The drop off allows you to dispose of the drugs legally and safely. Medications must be in the original container. Please do not bring needles, inhalers or liquids. A S By John Hernandez The TRIAD Community Family Health Expo will be held Saturday, May 19, from 9 a.m. to noon at Mt. Vista Elementary School, 2618 West El Paseo, Oracle. The Health Expo is a great place to find out about area health care services and resources. People can have their blood pressure, fasting blood sugar and cholesterol checked for free. There will also be free family dental rs Triad Community Health Fair set for Saturday, May 19 CELEBRITY THEATRE PHOENIX Makes A Great Father's Day Gift Page 6 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona May 16, 2012 RC Track in San Manuel now open for racing so get your small motors running San Manuel and the Tri-Community have a new activity for all kids in the district and those adults who are kids at heart. All kids in the district will have free use of the track during normal track times. Loaner cars are also available for kids to use for a $3 donation for each battery pack to keep the loaners in good running condition. The Over the Top RC club officially opened the brand new track on Saturday. Vince Apuron, a club co-founder, said that the track in San Manuel is one of the largest ones open to the public. Regular track hours after the Grand Opening will be 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. while swim practice is going on. Saturday night is club meeting night and workshops are usually held at the track at 6 p.m., depending on how long the meeting last there may be time to run cars. Use of the track is available to all adult drivers for a minimal donation in the form of a car part for one of the car kits we are putting together for our Cars – 4 – Kids Program; a small cash donation works as well. All proceeds from the track use will be used to fund cars for the kids program. The club is seeking members to help with maintaining the track and organizing races and fund raisers. If you would like to become a member please come see Vince or Dave at the track, or find us on Facebook – Over The Top RC. Evan Apuron, a member of the Over the Top RC Club, drives his vehicle on the new track. (Jennifer Carnes photos) May 16, 2012 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Page 7 Oracle Ridge Copper Project to be discussed during open house in Oracle The public is invited to learn about plans to resume operations at the Oracle Ridge Mine at upcoming open houses in Oracle and Summerhaven. Representatives from the mine will be available to introduce the planned project and answer questions. Maps and displays will be available to help increase understanding of the project. The open house in Oracle will be held Wednesday, May 23, from 6-8 p.m. at the Oracle Community Center, 685 East American Avenue, Oracle. The open house in Summerhaven will be held Thursday, May 24, from 6-8 p.m. at the Mt. Lemmon Community Center, 12949 North Sabino Canyon Parkway, Mt. Lemmon. The Oracle Ridge Mine is an inactive, small-scale underground copper mine located on private property in the Santa Catalina Mountains. It is in the permitting and design detail stage for resuming operations using stateof-the-art best available demonstrated control technology. The proposed mine operation would utilize as much as possible the same surface footprint as in previous operations. The existing reclaimed tailings facility, also located on private property, would be expanded to accommodate the current mine plan. As designed, the tailings facility would be a state-of-the-art lined drystack facility. Before operations may resume, a number of environmental studies must be completed and permits obtained. More information is available at www. oracleridgecopper.com. Numbers tell successful reopening of Oracle State Park By Mary Ann Pogany President, Friends of Oracle State Park The reopening this spring of Oracle State Park Center for Environmental Education, though limited to Saturdays only, was an unconditional success by all measures. During the 13 Saturdays of February, March, and April, more than 3,200 visitors of all ages enjoyed the park trails, vistas, ranch house, and scheduled activities; 513 school kids participated in more than a dozen park environmental education programs; and $6,100 in revenue was collected including $1,200 in annual state park passes sold at the entrance gate. We expect to see the same or better numbers in the fall when the park reopens on Saturdays in September, October, and November. After being closed for more than two years due to the state budget crisis, the park reopened on February 4 with a bang. A thousand people flocked through the gates, demonstrating the park’s importance to businesses in the local community, outdoor enthusiasts across the entire region, and area corporations. The celebration was the culmination of hard work and donated dollars. Friends of Oracle State Park, a non-profit organization, put on two big events, a golf outing at SaddleBrooke Ranch and a Wine-Tasting and Cheese Party at the park. These events brought in nearly $6,000 to help offset the $10,500 which Friends provided to state parks as part of the $21,000 committed in a partnership agreement to get the park open. Throughout the three months, dozens of park volunteers gave thousands of hours putting together programs, presentations, and workshops; organizing guided hikes and ranch house tours; taking classes to teach school programs; greeting visitors at the gatehouse, and putting together a spectacular line-up of Earth Day Saturday activities. On-site ranger, Jennifer Rinio, coordinated events while re-energizing school program participation. Friends of Oracle State Park is excited about these outstanding successes. It is gratifying that the hard work by all has paid off. With such outstanding support, we have exceeded all expectations. There is no question that the public values our park. Now, we begin work on programs and fund-raising events for the fall season. More Friends members and more park volunteers are always welcome. Learn more about the park at www. azstateparks.com. Visit our Friends website for photos of our activities, history, and membership information: www.friendsOSP.org. Miner Track team competes at state level; Newman captures two firsts By Frank Smith The San Manuel Miner track team competed at the State Championships on May 11 and 12 in Phoenix, completing the season on a high note with Wayne Newman bringing home two individual state titles in the 110m High Hurdles and the 300m Intermediate Hurdles. Wayne blew away his competitors in both prelims and the finals. In the Boys competition, the 4x400m relay finished in fourth place, only tenths of seconds separating third and fourth places. Results for the Miners: In the 110m Hurdles:finishing in firth place was Wayne Newman with a time of 14.80, in 11th place was Kyle Bowman with a time of 17.65, and in 17th place was Colten Smith with a time of 18.34. In the 100m: finishing in 15th place was Marcos Sierra with a time of 11.81, and Jared I. Gonzales with a time of 13.52. In the 400m: finishing in seventh place was Marcos Sierra with a time of 51.80, and in12th place was Nathaniel Lopez with a time of 53.46. In the1600m: finishing in 22nd place was PJ Mortensen with a time of 5:00.12. In the 300m Hurdles: taking firth place was Wayne Newman with a time of 39.79, and in ninth place was Kyle Bowman with a time of 45.35. In the Triple Jump: finishing in 18th place was Colten Smith with a distance of 37’1.75”. In the High Jump: finishing in 22nd place was Ani Robles with a jump of 4’2”, and she finished in 23rd place in the Discus with at throw of 9.3”. In the 4x400m Relay: (Nathaniel Lopez, Wayne Newman, Kyle Bowman, Marcos Sierra) placed fourth with a time of 3:31.49. Wayne Newman will compete at the Track Meet of Champions this Wednesday in Phoenix. Safe Journey House in need of volunteers Soon, a Safe Journey House, an advocacy center for victims of domestic abuse, will be firmly established in San Manuel. There is just one thing holding it back. Unfortunately, that one thing is not a lack of potential clients. “We operate primarily with volunteers and are currently in desperate need for more volunteer advocate assistants,” said Linda Kadlecek. An assistant would work under the supervision of a trained advocate, helping out as needed, with such tasks as making copies, answering the telephone, entertaining children, filing and research. The shifts are four hours each from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or 1-5 p.m., Monday – Friday. Volunteers who can spare four hours per week, bi-weekly or even once a month are sought for each shift. A person on the JOBS pro- gram or in need of community service work might find that they are the ideal applicant. What better way to help yourself, by honing job skills and gaining experience, than by helping others? For more information, contact Linda Kadlecek, at (520) 487-2355, or call either Carol Heflebower or Doris Haynes at the center, (520) 385-4970. The Safe Journey House is located at 212 East Fifth Street in San Manuel. Winners – all of them! Miner track posted several medal winners including, from left, Dual state champion Wayne Newman 110 and 300 Hurdles (fourth place 4x400), Kyle Bowman (fourth place 4x400), Nathaniel Lopez (fourth place 4x400) and Marcos Sierra (fourth place 4x400). (Submitted photo) Page 8 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona May 16, 2012 Diamond Men out of Division IV Playoffs with loss to Tigers By Frank Smith The San Manuel Miners varsity baseball team ended their incredible run in the Division IV Playoffs after taking a 4-10 loss to eventual Champion St. David who won the State Title last Saturday by defeating Yuma Catholic 14 – 4 in six innings. San Manuel began its run into the playoffs by nabbing a #22 seed as only the top 24 teams in their respective division qualified for the playoffs. The Miners defeated #11 Ash Fork, then shocked #6 Desert Christian, and dominated #19 Valley Union to give San Manuel one of the top four spots in the state, setting up a showdown with #2 St. David in the semifinals. On Friday, May 11, the Miners traveled to Diablo Stadium in Tempe for the first game of the evening against the St. David Tigers with #1 Phoenix Christian and #4 Yuma Catholic slated to face off in the second game of the night; the winners would match up on Saturday. San Manuel was the designated visiting team and had first bats, in the top of the first inning the Miners went scoreless with no runs, no hits, no errors, and left one runner on base; St. David came to bat in the bottom half of the first inning also going scoreless with no runs, on two hits, no errors, and left two runners on base. In the top of the second inning, the Miners did not push any runs across the plate, collecting two hits, no errors, and left two runners on base; the Tigers were held scoreless with no hits, no errors, and one runner left on base. San Manuel remained scoreless in the third inning producing one hit, no errors, and left one runner on base; St. David broke the silence scoring three runs on two hits, with no errors, and left three runners on base to take the lead 3 – 0. In the fourth inning, the Miners would not answer the call as they scored no runs, with one hit, no errors, and no runners left on base; the Tigers added to their lead scoring four runs on two hits, with two errors, and left two runners stranded for a 7 – 0 lead. The Miners still could not push a run across in the fifth inning, with one hit, reaching base on one error, and left two runners on base; the Tigers scored two more runs on three hits, reached on one error, and left two runners on base to extend their lead 9 – 0. San Manuel battled back in the sixth inning scoring two runs on one hit, reached base on two errors, and left one runner on base to cut into the lead 2 – 9; St. David scored one more run on no hits, reached on one error, and left two runners on base for a 2 – 10 lead. The Miners would not go away quietly in the top of the seventh inning as they scored two more runs on three hits, with no errors, and left one runner on base to bring the final score to 4 – 10 in favor of the Tigers. The Miners scored two runs in the sixth inning and two runs in the seventh inning while the Tigers scored three runs in the third inning, four runs in the fourth, two runs in the fifth, and one run in the sixth inning. San Manuel scored four runs on nine hits and committed five errors; St. David scored It was the end of the road for the Miners in the Semi-Finals of the 2012 playoffs. (Submitted photo) 10 runs on nine hits and committed four errors. On the mound for the Miners was Jacob Marquez with John Ruiz coming in to relieve and Christian Dietz catching. Marquez took the loss allowing nine hits-two for doubles, 10 runs-five earned, recorded eight strike outs, walked 10 batters, and had four wild pitches. Offensively, John Ruiz went 2 for 3 with two runs scored, a double, one RBI, and one walk; Vinnie Valdez went 2 for 4 with one run scored, and one RBI; and T.J Brown went 3 for 3 with a double, and two RBIs. “The middle innings really hurt us, too many walks and errors. You can’t do that against a good team,” said head coach Mike Sloan. “I am really proud of the boys and the way they finished the season. I want to thank the three seniors Alex Smith, Vinnie Valdez, and Nate Johnston for their leadership this year. The future looks bright with 22 out of 25 players returning next year.” Way to go, guys! Your fans are very proud of you. Mammoth Library: Pushing the Limits By John Hernandez The Mammoth Public Library has been selected as one of 20 libraries in the United States to take part in the pilot program, “Pushing the Limits: Making Sense of Science: a reading, viewing and discussion series for rural libraries.” The Califa Group a California based library consortium is sponsoring the pilot program. The program will provide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) programming for adults. The program brings the building blocks of science literacy to rural libraries and the adults in the communities they serve. Community members will be able to engage in science adven- tures by exploring ideas through a discussion led by a STEM professional and your local librarian. There will also be feature film quality videos and recommended book reading. The theme for Pushing the Limits is “real people, real stories and real science.” Librarian Diana Stirling will be working with one of the universities and people such as scientist Dr. Linda Leigh to provide STEM professionals for discussion and learning programs. Diana and the Mammoth Library have been pushing the limit in other ways. The library continues to improve with the addition of computers, new DVDs and books (Spanish and English), quality lectures by authors and guest speakers, educational programs for kids and adults, arts and craft classes, guitar lessons and entertainment such as the recent Craig Davis magic show. What is more amazing is that all of their events and programs are free to the public. Diana has been doing an excellent job to keep the library up to date and engage the community in library activities. In a town with a population of 1,645 residents (last census), there are 1,200 library card holders. For more information about the Pushing the Limits program or library activities contact Stirling at (520) 4872026. Top prize ... All but one lucky San Manuel High School graduate will be seeing green with envy when this beautiful bright blue (you’ll have to trust us on that) beauty is awarded on the morning after graduation. This gorgeous car will be the top prize for the eighth annual San Manuel Elks Grad Night Party. Mark Phelps of Oracle Ford, left, helped the Grad Night Squad procure the truck. All high school graduates are invited to the special party following graduation. Kids will be locked in for an all-night extravaganza of fun, food and fabulous prizes. (James Carnes photo) May 16, 2012 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Letter to the Editor: Sierra Oaks is a great alternative to home schooling, larger class sizes Editor, San Manuel Miner: Several years ago, I came to the realization that I would no longer be able to homeschool my daughter. Faced with this, I started looking for a school that would work best for her. The school year had already started and she had not been in a traditional school setting since preschool. I hoped to find a school that had small class sizes so that the change would be easier for her. At first, I thought I might have to drive her in to Tucson, every day. I was unaware that there would be a school in the Tri-Community that would fit my needs. One day, while I was in Oracle, I drove by a school called Sierra Oaks and it got my attention. I made the decision to call them and find out more about their school. To my surprise, I found out that Sierra Oaks is a tuition free charter school accredited by the state. They offered to give me a tour. I was pleasantly surprised by the atmosphere and I knew this was where my daughter needed to go. She started in December 2009. At first she struggled and had a hard time adjusting. The teachers and staff worked with our family to help her. Now she is an Honor Roll student. As time went on, I became more active at the school. This school year, several of the parents and I started the PTO. We began to work with the teachers and staff San Manuel Library names 2011 Volunteer of the Year in order to improve our school. There have been many changes and in order for the school to continue to change and grow, we needed to start doing fundraisers. We started with small fundraisers, here and there. Then the decision was made to change the curriculum. As the fundraising coordinator, I was asked if I might know of a way to have a huge fundraiser. So, I brought up the idea of having a concert. Within a week, I had rock and metal bands contacting me for information about how they could help. Next thing I knew, my small concert idea had turned into a huge even for the Tri-Community and to help raise money for our school. On June 2, Sierra Oaks will be hosting the TriCommunity Palooza. There will be eight bands performing onstage in the San Manuel High School auditorium. I am honored that so many bands of this caliber were willing to donate their time and talent to play at this event. We will be featuring Dirtnap, Snakes in Love, Legion, Finding Clarity, D2D, Butcher, Newtronn 1 Project and Switching Tides. All of this would still be a dream and not an event getting ready to take place, if it weren’t for the help of the following businesses: Aladdin Graphics, Dale’s Auto, Mammoth Lumber, New Moon Haven, Romo’s and San Pedro Pizza, just to name a few! We are still working with several local businesses and haven’t received final confirmation, yet. While the concert is going on in the auditorium, there will be plenty of activities to please everyone’s unique tastes such as raffles, a jumping castle, games and activities for the kids, vendors, food booths, a Shine ‘N’ Show Car Show, and even a junk car to be destroyed in the parking lot. The concert ticket price is $8, and each paying adult may bring up to two children, under the age of 10, for free. The ticket price includes access to all the music, games and good food to purchase that you can handle, for all day fun, starting at noon. Come on down to the San Manuel High School auditorium and help support Sierra Oaks Community School! /s/ Alicia Allmendinger FARM MACHINERY AUCTION Consignments being accepted June 2, 2012 - Saturday - 9:00am 37650 W. Indian School Rd. - Tonopah, AZ (Exit 97, I-10 west of Phoenix and 1 mile north) By Chaille McGrew Board of Trustees, Chairperson The San Manuel Library is proud to present the 2011 Volunteer of the Year Award to Susan Ammos. Susan has volunteered at the library for almost two years. During this time she has served with a willingness that went above and beyond what is asked of volunteers. Susan is a nine year resident of San Manuel. She previously lived in Colorado where she was an engineering coordinator. Volunteers such as Susan are what keep the San Manuel Library functioning so smoothly. Susan works at the library on Thursday afternoons so drop by and congratulate her on this honor. Tractors, Land Planes, Discs, Lister, Cultivators, Module Builders, Plows, Shredder, Sprayer, 3 PT. Hole Auger, Bed Press, Scraper, Subsoilers, Ring Roller, Welder, Water Tank on Trailer w/Pump. Method of Payment - At Time of Registration 1. Cash with $500 deposit, 2. United States Bank Checks with $500 deposit, 3. Wire Transfer w/$5,000 cash or cashiers check deposit. For further information call Charles F. Dickerson, Inc. International Auctioneers Ofc: 575-526-1106 Cell: 575-644-7445 Photos/Lists/Directions/Webpage: www.cfdauction.com Page 9 There’s still time ... ... to congratulate your Graduate! Place your ad at the Copper Basin News or the San Manuel Miner office by Friday, May 18, for graduates from Ray and San Manuel High School. This is the last day to show your grads how proud you are! Ads start at $12. Call 520-363-5554 or 520-385-2266 for more information. Page 10 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Letter Continued from Page 4 over 40 votes. We then proceeded with voting for the “B” Delegate. Again every one voting with the Ron Paul slate voted for their candidate in CD1. This time we placed the ballots in a box which then were ushered back down to be counted by the secretary accompanied by our Ron Paul person. Eventually we were told that if we felt that the vote for the “B” delegate was accurate we could return to the floor. We all decided to stay. After several more hours they decided that we needed to return the floor to continue with the convention and the results would be read while we were out there. As we started to proceed to the floor at the very last minute the results of the “B” delegate vote came up. The Ron Paul candidate in CD1 won with a large portion of the vote. We finally got back down to the floor and sat in our county seating. After more speaking and announcements we proceeded to vote for the Delegates at large and National Committeeman/ woman. We first voted for the “A” delegates at large and then the “B” delegates at large. After finishing our votes we deposited the ballots into the plastic box to taken back and counted. The convention continued by taking nominations from the floor for the National Committeeman/woman. The Ron Paul slate voted for the former State Senator, Karen Johnson and the Supervisor District-Two Chairman who were nominated from the floor. Once finished with that vote we deposited the ballots into the box again to be counted. Then the wait began again. They wanted to adjourn the convention and said that if they needed to do a re-vote for National Committeeman/woman it would be done by mail. Every one said no. Then the GOP leaders stood around for a long time discussing what to do. While we waited it felt like they turned off the air conditioning because it got considerably hot. They finally announced the winners for the National Committeeman/woman position. The former State Senator won by a landslide. However, the Supervisor District-Two Chairman did not win allegedly. They still stated that they might still do the mail ballots as well. They never announced the results of the delegates and alternates at large. Then it was eventually announced by Tom Morressey and his gabble to adjourn the convention to the objection to the remaining delegates on the floor. The majority of Romney supporters had left leaving mostly Ron Paul supporters. The Arizona GOP did not want to do a new vote with the majority of Romney supporters gone. After Morressey quickly left the building after not properly adjourning the meeting another person took the microphone on the stage and started to speak. He was censored by the GCU TRI-COMMUNITY Church Directory Assembly of God ORACLE Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. Thursday Royal Rangers 5 p.m. Pastor Jack Siddle, Jr. Residence 896-2507 Mammoth Assembly of God MammothAG.org 201 E. Kino & Catalina/POB 692 We offer Help, Healing & Hope Sunday School.......9:45 a.m. Worship Service........11 a.m. Group Bible Study.......6 p.m. Wednesday..................6 p.m. Magnify–Youth Adults–Verse By Verse Study MAGNET NITE 2nd & 4th Fridays 4-9:30 p,m. Pastor Robert L. Koch 487-2219 Living Word Chapel 3941 W. Hwy. 77, Oracle 896-2771 • 896-9020 Sunday: First Service 9:00 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:30-11:00a.m. Second Service 11 a.m. Children & Youth classes available for both services Pastor James Ruiz First Southern Baptist Church Short & Jones Street, Mammoth Pastor Frank Ogden • 487-2488 Sunday: Sunday School Worship Evening Service Wednesday: Oracle Union Church American Ave., Oracle • 896-2544 Near Mt. Lemmon Turnoff “A community church for a world community.” Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Dr. Ed Nelson First Baptist Church American Way, Oracle 520-808-3171 Pastor Ray Lott Sunday: School 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Free food distribution 2nd Tuesday, 11 a.m. Full Gospel Church of God 301 E. Webb Dr., San Manuel 520-385-1250 or 520-385-5017 Pastors Michael & Bea Lucero Sr. Sunday: School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. No Evening Service Wednesday 6 p.m. Teen Group 3rd Friday of every month 6 p.m. Iglesia de Dios “Pan DeVida” 113 N. Main Street, Mammoth El lugar donde encontraras el agua viva que saciara la sed de tu alma. Domingo: 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 9:45 a.m. Miercoles: Viernes (oracion): 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Pastor Sergio Hernandez 6 p.m. 520-265-2192 “Where the Gospel is preached.” Oracle Church of Christ 2425 El Paseo 896-2452 896-2067 Sunday Bible Study • 10 am Worship • 11 am Community Presbyterian Church McNab & First Ave., San Manuel 385-2341 Sunday: Adult Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Psalm 1:2 The Potter’s House 212 Main Street, Mammoth 385-4153 Pastor Mario Sanchez Jr. Sunday: Sunday School 10 - 10:45 a.m Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Wednesday: Mid-Week Service 7 p.m. May 16, 2012 campus police who promptly pushed the microphone a way from him and was wrestled away from the podium. He eventually got away from them and everyone moved upfront to the stage to hear what he was saying. It was decided to continue with the convention without the GOP leadership of Tom Morressey. We then proceeded to elect a new chair who was the Legislative District-6 Chairman, a Ron Paul supporter. During this time they started lowering the lights and forced us into the parking lot. This is when we congregated around the RV that was the Ron Paul Precinct Committeeman booth in the church parking lot next door. The Legislative District-6 Chairman continued with his speech there. I helped with the tear down and packing away of the equipment for the PC booth as we were heckled by campus police. I have not heard any more as to the results of the delegates/alternates at large and whether or not the electing of a new GOP chair will stick. /s/ Ashley William Pritchard Republican Precinct Committeeman (Precinct #6 - Mammoth) Oracle Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2150 Hwy. 77, Oracle Saturday: 4th Sunday of the month: Joyful Music Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Celebration 4 p.m. with potluck to follow. Worship Service 11 a.m. Pastor: Rev. Jeff Dixon Pastor John Roybal First Baptist Church 1st & Nichols, San Manuel, 385-4655 Sunday: Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Discipleship 5 p.m. Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Amos Coffey, Interim Pastor Assembly of God Main St., SM (across from the pool) Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Children’s Study 6 p.m. Pastor Clarence Horn, 385-4353 All are welcome to hear God’s Word. Hope to see you. To be included in the weekly church listing, call the San Manuel Miner 385-2266. THANK YOU for your business. New Listings • 120 McNab, 3bd/1ba, $39900 • 509 Ave D, 3bd/1-3/4ba, $59000 • 1021 W. 3rd Ave., 3bd/2ba, $134,900 • 418 Ave B, 4bd/1-3/4ba, Reduced-$75000 • 202 Ave C, 2 or 3 bd, $2,000 repair allowance, $62,900 Rentals 203 McNab $500 • 114 Ave A $525 119 Ave A $625 • 235 Ave B $575 111 San Pedro $525 Jo Buttery®, Broker Jacque Phelps®, Assoc. Broker Jennifer Cox®, Realtor YOUR BROKER CONNECTION 520-385-2644 San Manuel High School makes ‘Best High Schools’ list San Manuel High School has made the U.S. News & World Report magazine’s Best High Schools 2012 list. The magazine evaluated nearly 22,000 public high schools in 49 states and the District of Columbia. This is an unsolicited award based solely on data. The schools were rated on state proficiency standards for math and reading, the preparation of students for college, and other factors such as how the schools least advantaged students (black, Hispanic and low income) were performing. U.S. News teamed up with the American Institute for Research to analyze the data on state assessments, test scores and college readiness methodology. The top rated schools were awarded medals. U.S. News awarded 4,850 gold, silver and bronze medals to the top rated schools. San Manuel High School was awarded a bronze medal. San Manuel made the previous Best High Schools rankings the last time U.S. News evaluated schools in 2009. Congratulations to Superintendent John Ryan, faculty, staff and students at San Manuel High School. May 16, 2012 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona The Tri-Community Que Pasa Submissions Due the FRIDAY Before Wednesday Publication • The Home Alone Pendant offers peace of mind by being able to call for emergency assistance by simply pressing a button. Units are available in San Manuel through TRIAD. Call Jerry at 385-2835 for details. • Blessed Sacrament Parish in Mammoth is seeking all K-12, school-aged girls from the surrounding communities to run for Fiesta Queen for the annual Fiestas on Sept. 29, 2012. Any girl interested should contact Ramona Romero at 487-9613 or Donald Lopez at 4870193. • San Manuel Open Market is still going strong ever Saturday morning from 8 a.m. to noon at 801 McNab Parkway in front of the Community Presbyterian Church. Table space is only $5. There are lots of baked goods, food, coffee, craft items and swap meet bargains. Come and meet your friends and neighbors. For more information, contact Doris at 520-212-2244. • The Mammoth-Winkelman Early Head Start is accepting enrollment applications for children 0-3 years for the 2012-2013 school year. Children must be three before Aug. 31, 2012. Parents must bring in proof of birth, guardianship, income and immunizations. Children with disabilities accepted. Call 520-487-2843 for more information. • School Board Packets are ready to be mailed out or picked up from the Pinal County School Office. If you are interested in running for school board member in the November 2012 election, please contact Chief Deputy Tonya Taylor at 520-866-6579 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Brenda Thwaits at 520-866-6565 or email@example.com. The forms can also be downloaded from the website www.pinalesa.org. Click on the elections tab and follow the links to the election packet. • San Manuel Museum, located in the Elk’s Lodge breezeway, is operated by the San Manuel Historical Society. It is now open on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for you to come and see items from San Manuel’s history! • The San Manuel Thrift Store is looking for volunteers to work one day, or more, per week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Thrift Store is run by the San Manuel Historical Society and proceeds from Thrift Store sales go to support the SM Museum, as well as the SM Library, Christmas Toy Drive, and other local charitable organizations. • San Manuel girls softball registration is going on now, MondayFriday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Farmer’s Insurance in San Manuel. Any questions, please call Pete at 520-991-7236. • Effective May 1 through Sept. 30, a burn ban will be in effect for the Dudleyville Volunteer Fire District which includes the areas of Dudleyville, Indian Hills and Aravaipa. All permits will expire on May 1. Agricultural permits, even though issued for one year, are null and void in the district while the burn ban is in place. • Resource information for seniors is now available at Sun Life Clinic in San Manuel. Some of the information available is meant to aid caregivers in their work. Also available is medicine safety information for seniors. Stop in or call to get more information and phone numbers on these and other subjects. The office is open Monday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. Call 520-709-8322 or 1-800-293-9393 for more information. • Margaret’s Garden Market will be open Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon, in front of My Cousins Closet in Oracle for the best artisan and sweet breads, delicious raw honey, jellies (jalepeno/serrano, peach/ mango, prickly pear, tomato and strawberry/pineapple), possibly goat cheese, hand crocheted plastic hats and purses, tomatoes and a few other veggies. Stop by early for the best choice. • Saturday, May 19, The big Horseshoe Tournament will be held at St. Bartholomew’s Fiesta at Park and Main in San Manuel starting at 1 p.m. Sign up early. Cost for the blind draw tournament is $15 per player with trophies going to the top four teams. Contact Roberto Estrada at 520-385-4285 for more information or to sign up. Page 11 • Saturday, May 19, The big co-ed softball tournament will be held at the San Manuel softball field. Cost is $120 plus two 12-inch softballs per team. There will be prizes for first and second place along with refreshments and a raffle. For more information, call Caesar Zazueta at 520-390-2655. • Saturday, May 19, is the day for the Copper Town Days Golf Tournament at SaddleBrooke Ranch. Register early for this tourney which features two great “Hole in One” prizes: $10,000 and a new golf car. Many other great prizes will be raffled off at the end of the tournament play. To register, contact Chairman Fred Roybal at firstname.lastname@example.org. • Fiesta de la Primavera at St. Bartholomew’s Church in San Manuel, Park and Main, will be held Saturday, May 19, and will feature local entertainment as well as mariachis and dancers from out of town along with the crowning of the Fiesta Queen, food and game booths and a dance starting at 7 p.m. in St. Bartholomew’s Hall. Admission is free. • Bountiful baskets is coming to San Manuel every other Saturday. The next delivery day is May 26. To participate in the program, you must register online at www.bountifulbaskets.org to make a monetary contribution toward the pools used to purchase the produce. Contributions can be made starting at noon on Monday until Tuesday at 8 p.m. prior to Saturday pickup. The distribution site is new, now at the Elks Lodge Breezeway in San Manuel. If you have any questions, please contact San Manuel Volunteer Site Coordinators Mary Jane at (520) 301-6664 or Alicia at 385-4575. • WRESTLING TOURNEYS The Comet Wrestling Club and Mammoth-San Manuel Community Schools will be hosting eight dates for K-12 folk-style wrestling at San Manuel High School. This will help provide free mat time, strengthen Southern Arizona Wrestling and help young men and women become champions. Wrestling will be held in the San Manuel High School gym. Weigh-ins are at 8 a.m. and wrestling will start at 9 a.m. ending at noon. Wrestling is free and everyone welcome to participate with a parent signed waiver. Summer Slam dates are: May 26, June 9, June 30, July 14, July 28 and Aug. 11. For more information or questions, please call Daniel Najera at 520-603-9929. • Registration packets for the San Manuel or Mammoth Preschool for 2012-2013 are due by May 31. To qualify for the Mammoth STEM Preschool, children must be age 4 by Sept. 1, 2012, and to qualify for the First Avenue Elementary Preschool, children must be age 3 or 4 by Sept. 1, 2012. A birth certificate and up-to-date shot record is required. You will then be contacted to schedule an appointment for a screening. Turn packets in at the school office where applying. • Friday, June 1, 8 a.m., OWN, Oracle Women’s Network, invites local businesswomen to join them every month for a breakfast meeting in Oracle. June’s meeting will be held at the COD Ranch at 8 a.m. For reservations or more information, please email oraclewomensnetwork@ gmail.com. • There will be a rock concert and celebration with all-day fun, starting at noon on June 2. Cost is $8 to attend and that price allows two children, 10 or under, to accompany an adult for free. During the concert, along with games and vendors, there will be a Show ‘N’ Shine Car Show, or show off your motorcycle instead. Either way the cost for entry is a $5 donation. Vendor space is still available for $25. For more information, please call Alicia Allmendinger at 520-429-3965, or email at email@example.com. • July 30-Aug. 3, Living Word Chapel will host the Mega Sports Camp Beyond the Gold from 6-8 p.m. Kids are invited to join in a week of non-stop action of basketball, baseball, volleyball and crafts. It’s free and fun! Living Word Chapel is located at 3941 W. Highway 77, Oracle. For more information, please call 896-2771 or go online to www.lwcaz.net. • Are you a victim of domestic abuse? Call 520-385-4970 or toll free 1-855-385-4970. We can help. • Have free time? Volunteer at Safe Journey House. Call 520-3854970 or toll free 1-855-385-4970. Clubs & Meetings • UTILITY PAYMENTS Residents from the Tri-community area who qualify for assistance with utility payments through the Salvation Army or Pinal County United Way should now contact the Tri-Community Food Bank at 108 Redwood Dr., Mammoth. Assistance is limited to once every twelve months. Bring in your last 2 months overdue bills. The phone number is 520-487-2010. The Food Bank is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. • Monday (Every Monday) 9 AM, Canasta is played at the Oracle Community Center. Bingo is played from 1-2 p.m. • SAN MANUEL SENIOR CENTER SCHEDULE Bridge is played on Mondays. Refresher session at 11:45 a.m. Games start at 12:30 p.m. Canasta is played at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays. Everyone is welcome. Board meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. A potluck is held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Bring a dish to share, your service, and fee is $1 for Center utilities. Red Hats business meeting is held the 1st Friday of the month at 1 p.m. Stamping is held the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 9 a.m. • Monday (Every Monday) Lunches at the Oracle Community Center are at noon. Each Monday a volunteer brings the main dish and others bring side dishes. Fee is $4 for members and $5 for guests. Membership cards are available during this time. • Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays The Community Schools Gym, located in the basement of San Manuel High School Auditorium, is open from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is free. • Tuesday (Every Tuesday), 12:30-4 p.m. Bridge is played at the Oracle Community Center. Call Ethel Amator at 896-2197 or Mary McClure at 896-2604 for more information. • Tuesday (1st Tuesday of the Month), 10 a.m., COPPER TOWN ASSOCIATION The Copper Town Association meets the first Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Sun Life Family Health Center Conference Room, San Manuel. • Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of the Month), 6:30 PM, MAMMOTH SAN MANUEL SCHOOL BOARD The MSM School Board meets the second Tuesday each Month at the MSM District office. Please contact the District office at 385- 2337 for more information. • Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of the month), 6:00 PM, TRI-COMMUNITY AND RANCHO SAN MANUEL MOBILE HOME PARK NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH The 2nd Tuesday of every month will be the neighborhood watch meeting and Neighborhood Meth Block Watch meeting for residents of San Manuel, Mammoth, and Oracle at 6 p.m. at the Adelante Juntos Coalition office at 101 Avenue B, San Manuel. Everyone is welcome to attend. Call 385-4007 with any questions. • TUESDAY (3rd Tuesday of the Month), 6 PM, ORACLE SCHOOL BOARD The Oracle School Board meets the third Tuesday of each month at Oracle Ridge School. Please contact District Office at 896-3072 for more information. • EVERY WEDNESDAY, NOON ROTARY MEETING. at the Sun Life Family Health Conference Room. • Wednesday (Every Wednesday) Oracle Community Center sewing and knitting classes are held at from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Call Susie Cochran for more information at 896-2935. • Wednesday (1st Wednesday of the Month), 3:00 PM, TRIAD & AMBASSADOR PROGRAM MEETINGS The Oracle Fire Department hosts TRIAD and AMBASSADOR program meetings the first Wednesday of each month. For more information call Karen Lombardi at 896-9470. • Wednesday (1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month) ALZHEIMERS EDUCATIONAL MEETING. Meeting will be held at St. Helen’s Church, 10-11:30 AM. For more information, contact Kay Ham 385-2835. • Wednesday (2nd Wednesday of the month) AMERICAN LEGION MEETING American Legion Francis M. Bunch Post 48 meetings are every 2nd Wednesday at 6 p.m. each month. Service Officer available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or call Joe Aguilar, 520-705-6291. Now open Sunday at noon. • Wednesdays, 10:00 AM, STORY TIME AT PREGNANCY CARE CENTER The Pregnancy Care Center in Oracle has StoryTime at 10:00 AM. For more information call 896-9545. • Thursday (Every Thursday) Game Day at the Oracle Community Center is on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Come play Scrabble or chess. • Thursday (1st and 3rd Thursday of the month) ORACLE-SAN MANUEL LIONS CLUB Meetings are held at the San Manuel Elks Lodge. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the month), SAN MANUEL HISTORICAL SOCIETY The San Manuel Historical Society meeting is 10 a.m. at the San Manuel Senior Center the 2nd Thursday of every month. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the month) SM LIBRARY BOARD MEETING The San Manuel Library has it’s monthly board meeting every 2nd Thursday of each month. The meeting is held at the lBHP Conference Center across from the library at 1 p.m. • Thursday (2nd and 4th Thursday of the month), 6:30 p.m., The Oracle Optimist Club, serving the Tri-Community area, meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Oracle Inn. Meetings start promptly at 6:30 PM. Please feel free to come a little early and order from the regular OR special menu at the Oracle Inn. Board meetings are held on the second Thursday immediately following the general meeting. The Oracle Optimist Club was officially founded in October, 2010 and is an international organization to support and work with the youth in the community. For more information contact Jane O’Mahen at 896-2516 or Michele Gagnon at 897-3023. • Thursdays (Every Thursday), 6:00 PM, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 12-STEP MEETINGS Every Thursday at Sun Life in San Manuel. Rear entrance, south facing door. Open meeting. For more information, call San Pedro Valley BH at 520-896-9240. • Thursday (3rd Thursday) The third Thursday of every month will be Family Potluck night at the Oracle Community Center at 6 p.m. Bring a side dish to share or a donation of $5 per person or $12 for a family of four or more. • Friday (2nd and 4th Friday of the month) 10:30 a.m., San Manuel Library hosts Toddler Story Time. There will be stories, sons and fingerplays. No registration is required or the free program. • Friday (1st Friday of the Month) Mammoth Historical Society meets at 1 p.m. at the Mammoth Public Library. • Friday (2nd Friday of the Month, 1 p.m.) Red Hats are looking for new members. Meetings are at 1 p.m. On the SECOND Friday at the Senior Center in San Manuel, Senior citizen women 55 and older get together and enjoy meetings and activities. Let down your hair and be yourself, wear Red Hat and Purple outfits. To add an item to the community calendar please submit information to miner@MinerSunBasin.com or call 385-2266. Listings are free, however, the MINER reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions. Page 12 Police Continued from Page 3 check was performed in the 600 block of San Manuel Drive. Everything was found to be secure. April 29 A fight was reported in the 400 block of Highway 77. The suspects were gone on the officer’s arrival. April 30 A brush fire was reported near Highway 77. Mammoth Fire Department found no fire. May 1 An officer assisted Northwest Crisis Center in the 600 block of San Manuel Drive. May 2 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 700 block of Tiger Drive. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. May 3 Mammoth Police assisted Pinal County Sheriff’s Office with an attempt to locate for a witness. May 3 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 400 block of Highway 77. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. May 3 An officer responded to a complaint on Vine Avenue. The subjects were spoken to and the reporting person advised. May 3 Dogs were reported barking in the 700 block of Highway 77. An officer checked the area for suspicious activity and found the area to be secure. May 3 A disturbance was reported to police. The parties were separated and everything secured. May 4 A report of a tick-covered dog was turned over to Pinal County Animal Control. May 4 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 700 block of Tiger Drive. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. May 6 Loud music was reported in the 700 block of Dungan Drive. No loud music was located. San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona May 6 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 88000 block of River Ranch Road. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. May 6 A snake was reported in the 700 block of Riverside, but firefighters were unable to locate the snake. May 6 Joseph Valencia, 26, was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license. May 7 Mammoth Fire assisted San Manuel Fire Department and the Pinal Rural Fire Rescue at milepost 123 on Highway 77 for a motor vehicle accident and fire. May 8 An aggressive dog was reported in the 100 block of First Street. The dog was secured and the Pinal County Animal Control notified. May 8 A mentally unstable person was reported in the 600 block of San Manuel Drive. The call was turned over to a crisis counselor. Police received a second call in the same area and turned the call over to Southwest Ambulance. May 8 Illegal dumping was reported in the 14000 block of Highway 77. May 9 A physical altercation was reported at the Mammoth Elementary School. May 9 Loud music was reported in the 700 block of Dungan Drive. The music was turned down at the officer’s request. May 9 Suspicious activity was reported in the 100 block of Jones Street. The officer secured the area. May 10 Mammoth Fire assisted a patient in the 100 block of Second Street. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. May 10 Mammoth Police assisted Pinal County Animal Control with reports on two dogs. May 10 An officer stood by on Fifth Street for a motorist assist until help arrived. May 11 Mammoth Police and Fire assisted a patient in mental distress. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. May 11 Damage was reported to a trailer in the 700 block of Highway 77. The reporting person was told that the damage was a civil issue, not criminal. May 11 An officer responded to a report of someone yelling for help from a truck on River Road. The officer was unable to locate the truck. May 12 An alarm was reported in the 700 block of Highway 77. It was a false alarm and everything was secure. May 12 A possible missing person was reported on Old Tiger Mine Road. The person was located and returned home safely. May 12 Mammoth fire assisted a patient in the 100 block of Dungan Drive. Patient care was turned over to Southwest Ambulance. Calling All Businesses, Clubs, Churches, Venues, Artists and More ... We want to list you in our online business directory! All listings are FREE! We will enter the information – all you have to do is send it to us. We need: Business Name, Address, Phone Number, Web Address & Email Address. Send us a photo that represents your business as well as a written description of your business: What do you do? What do you want your potential customers to know? Send all information to MichaelC@MinerSunBasin.com. May 16, 2012 Pregnant? Need Help? 520-896-9545 Public Notice RE: Reference No: 6894KD Notice Of Trustee's Sale Recorded: April 24, 2012 Loan Number: 0312223 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Trust Deed recorded in Instrument No. 2008-046122, Records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at at the main entrance to the Pinal County Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, in Pinal County, in or near Florence, Arizona, on July 25, 2012 at 10:00AM of said day: Legal: Lot 6, Block 5, Of North Maricopa, According To The Plat Of Record In The Office Of The Coutny Recorder Of Pinal County, Arizona, Recorded In Book 3 Of Maps, Page 8 AKA: 45386 West Hathaway Avenue Maricopa, AZ Tax Parcel Number 510-20-029L Original Principal Balance $ 49,000.00 Name And Address Of Original Trustor Anthony Willems And Connie Williems, Husband And Wife 1202 McKinley Court Dinuba, CA 93618 Beneficiary Marken Ventures, LLC, An Arizona Limited Liablity Company 2702 N Third Street, Ste 3000 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Current Trustee: Rick D Sherman, Member Of The State Bar Of Arizona 402 West Roosevelt Street Suite J Phoenix, AZ 85003 Telephone Number: 602.957.5348 Dated April 24, 2012 /s/ Rick D Sherman Manner Of Trustee Qualification The Successor Trustee Appointed Herein Qualifies As A Trustee Of The Trust Deed In The Trustee's Capacity As Rick D Sherman, Member Of The State Bar As Required By Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-803, Subsection A-2. Trustee's Regulator: State Bar Of Arizona State Of Arizona } } ss. County of Maricopa } On April 24, 2012, before me, the undersigned Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared Rick D Sherman, that executed said instrument as such Trustee, and known to me to be the person who executed said instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. /s/ T W Higgins Notary Public My Comm. Expires February 12, 2013 All persons whose interest in the Trust Property is subordinate in priority to that of the above described Deed of Trust may be subject to having such subordinate interest terminated by this Trustee's Sale. Publish: 5/9/12, 5/16/12, 5/23/12, 5/30/12 Public Notice Notice Of Trustee's Sale Recorded: 3/26/2012 The following legally-described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust recorded on May 11, 2005, at Recording No 2005054444, records of Pinal County, Arizona, at the main entrance to the Pinal County Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Arizona, in Pinal County, Arizona, on June 26, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. of said day: Street Address or Identifiable Location of Trust Property: 1862 East Desert Moon Trail, Queen Creek, Arizona, 85242 Legal Description of Trust Property: See Exhibit “A”, attached hereto and made a part hereof. Tax Parcel Number: 21066-6720 Original Principal Balance: $183,150.00 Name and Address of Current Beneficiary: Excel Bank, FSB, as successor to National City Bank of the Midwest, successor by merger to Allegiant Bank, 201 South Central Avenue, Suite 200 St. Louis, Missouri 63105 Name and Address of Original Trustor as Stated in the Deed of Trust: Eighteen Investments, Inc., a Missouri corporation 226 South Meramec Avenue, Suite 200 Clayton, Missouri 63105 Name and Address of Successor Trustee, as successor to Kratky Road, Inc., the original trustee: Robert G. Anderson, Esq. PO Box 87945 Phoenix, Arizona 85080 Telephone Number of Trustee: 602-684-5964 Signature of Successor Trustee: /s/ Robert G. Anderson, Esq. Trustee Manner of Successor Trustee Qualification: The Trustee qualifies as a Trustee of the Trust Deed in the Trustee's capacity as a member of the State Bar of Arizona as required by Arizona Revised Statutes § 33-803, subsection A. Dated this 23 day of March, 2012. State Of Arizona ) ) ss: County of Maricopa ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before this 23 day of March, 2012, by Robert G. Anderson, Successor Trustee. /s/ Susan Wiggins Notary Public (Seal and Expiration Date) My Comm. Expires Jan. 14, 2014 Exhibit A Lot 672, Johnson Ranch Unit 4D and 4F, according to Cabinet D, Slide 45, Records of Pinal County, Arizona; Except, all oil, gas, other hydrocarbon substances, helium, or other substances of a gaseous nature, coal, metals, fossils, fertilizer of every name and description, uranium, thorium or any other material which is, or may be determined to be peculiarly essential to the production of fissionable materials, whether or not of commercial value as set forth in the Arizona Revised Statutes. Publish: 5/2/12, 5/9/12, 5/16/12, 5/23/12 6 inches $201.60 Reward 5.5 inches $184.80 for the return of the 1955 Bound Volume Book of the San Manuel Miner. No Questions Asked. San Manuel Miner 139 E. 8th, San Manuel 520-385-2266 May 16, 2012 Public Notice IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL In the Matter of the Estate of SHIRLEY HOPE CRIPPEN, Deceased. ) No. PB 201200090. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Verna L. Eaton and E. Rebecca Leighty have been appointed Co-Personal Representatives of this Estate. All Persons having claims against the Estate are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim to the Personal Representative or attorney at the address listed below. Dated this 30th day of April, 2012. /s/ Elizabeth B. Harmon Attorney for Personal Representative P.O. Box 917 Oracle, AZ 85623 (520) 896-2889 MINER Legal 5/9/12, 5/16/12, 5/23/12 Public Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Supervisors of Pinal County, Arizona, that a public hearing will be held at 9:30 a.m. on the 23rd of May, 2012, in the Board of Supervisors Hearing Room. Administration Building A., 31 North Pinal Street, Florence, Arizona, to consider a petition filed pursuant to A.R.S. 28-6701 and Pinal County Disposition Ordinance requesting abandonment of the following easement. A portion of the west 50’ parallel to Veterans Memorial Blvd – Reddington Road, commencing at Main Street and proceeding northwesterly for approximately 2,400 feet to the point of termination, located within Supervisor District # 1, Sections(s) 32 and 33 Township 9 South, Range 17 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona. More particularly described as follows: A parcel of land located in the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, and the Southeast Quarter of Section 32, Township 9 South, Range 17 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, described as follows: Commencing at the South Quarter corner of said Section 33, being a GLO brass cap; Thence North 89 04’ 56” West for a distance of 1874.40 feet to a point on the Western right-of-way line of Pinal County, Veterans Memorial Highway as set forth in the right-ofway easement recorded in Docket 608, Page 717, being the point of beginning of the parcel to be described; Thence North 35 01’ 14” West for a distance of 511.45 feet along the Western right-ofway of the aforementioned easement to a point; Thence South 54 58’ 46” West for a distance of 50.02 feet to a point on the East boundary of the Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home Park; Thence North 35 01’ 24” West for a distance of 2000.26 feet along the Western right-ofway of the aforementioned easement to a point; Thence South 54 58’ 00” West for a distance of 49.86 feet to a point; Thence South 35 01’ 46” East for a distance of 395.22 feet to a point; Thence South 35 01’ 00” East for a distance of 1259.35 feet along the East boundary of the Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home Park to a point; Thence South 35 00’ 59” East for a distance of 345.70 feet along the East boundary of the Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home Park to a point; Thence North 54 58’ 46” East for a distance of 50.00 feet to a point; Thence South 35 01’ 14” East for a distance of 400.00 feet along the East boundary of the Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home Park to a point; Thence South 55 15’ 56” West for a distance of 69.90 feet to a point; Thence South 35 02’ 38” East for a distance of 15.54 feet to a point; Thence South 86 15’ 40” East for a distance of 153.76 feet to a POINT OF BEGINNING; All persons interested may attend and will be given an opportunity to be heard. DATED this 2nd day of May, 2012. PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS /s/ Sheri Cluff, Clerk of the Board MINER Legal 5/9/12, 5/16/12 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Public Notice Notice Of Publication Articles Of Organization Have Been Filed In The Office Of The Arizona Corporation Commission For I Name: Air Team Mechanical Heating & Cooling LLC. L-17-55175-6. II The address of registered office is: 1165 E. Shari St., San Tan Valley AZ 85140. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Jeremy Paul Gary, 1165 E Shari St San Tan Valley AZ 85140. III Management of limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Kenith Joseph Cook, 4328 E Knox Rd, Gilbert AZ 85296, member; Jeremy Paul Gary, 1165 E Shari St, San Tan Valley AZ 85140, member. Publish: 5/2/12, 5/9/12, 5/16/12 Public Notice TS No. 01765359 Notice Of Trustee's Sale Recorded: April 23, 2012 The following legally described trust property situate in Pinal County, Arizona,will be sold pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents recorded in Instrument Number 2000-024841, and thereafter assigned to PR Investor Services, Inc., a Washington corporation,as Agent for the Series 2001A Noteholders in Meridian Mortgage Investors Fund I, LLC, a Washington limited liability company, pursuant to that certain Assignment and Security Agreement dated January 15, 2001 recorded on April 25, 2003 in Instrument Number 2003-026851, records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg A, Florence, AZ on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 10:00AM of said day: See Exhibit “A” Attached Hereto And Made A Part Hereof The Purported Street Address, If Any, Or Identifiable Location Of The Trust Property Is: Vacant Land See Legal Description Pinal County, AZ Tax Parcel Number: 511-26-009 C Original Principal Balance: 79,000.00 The Name And Address Of Trustee Is: Lawyers Title Of Arizona, Inc., an Arizona corporation, 3131 E Camelback Rd., Ste 220 Phoenix, AZ 85016 The Name And Address Of The Trustor Is: Virginio Roman-Salgado and Leonor Roman, husband and wife 5908 N. Begonia Street Casa Grande, AZ 85222 The Name Of The Apparent Owner Of Record Is: Virginio Roman-Salgado and Leonor Roman, husband and wife TS No. 01765359 The Name And Address Of The Beneficiary Is: PR Investor Services, Inc., a Washington corporation, as Agent for the Series 2001-A Noteholders in Meridian Mortgage Investors Fund I, LLC, a Washington limited liability company, pursuant to that certain Assignment and Security Agreement dated January 15, 2001 1420 5th Ave, Ste 2211 Seattle, WA 98101 Dated April 23, 2012 Lawyers Title of Arizona, Inc., an Arizona corporation /s/ By: Jane Kirk Its: Trustee Sale Officer Manner Of Trustee Qualification: A corporation doing business as an Escrow Agent pursuant to 33-803 (A) (1) Regulatory Agent: Arizona Department of Financial Institutions State Of Arizona }} ss. County Of Maricopa } The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me April 23, 2012, by Jane Kirk, the Trustee Sale Officer of Lawyers Title of Arizona, Inc., an Arizona corporation, on behalf of the corporation. My commission expires 3/30/2014 /s/ Notary Public Michelle Greene 01765359 Exhibit “A” – Legal Description Commencing at the Southeast corner of Section 8, Township 7 South, Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona; Measure Westerly along the Section line, bearing South 89 degrees 47 minutes West, a distance of 1,327.83 feet to the True Point Of Beginning; Thence continue South 89 degrees 47 minutes West, a distance of 663.20 feet to a point; Thence North 00 degrees 06 minutes 22 seconds West, along the centerline of Sandstone Street, a distance of 656.40 feet to a point; Thence North 89 degrees 47 minutes East, a distance of 663.91 feet to a point; Thence South 00 degrees 07 minutes 15 seconds West, a distance of 656.40 feet to the True Point Of Beginning; Excepting Therefrom the West 25 feet thereof. Publish: 5/2/12, 5/9/12, 5/16/12, 5/23/12 2 inches $50.40 Page 13 10. Business Services Pregnant? Need Help? 520-896-9545 Public Notice Trustee Sale No. 20997-1235 Notice Of Trustee's Sale Loan No. 098-3975977-40000 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust dated December 30, 2005, and recorded on January 5, 2006 in Fee No. 2006-002690, Records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Arizona on 31st day of July, 2012 at 10:00 AM of said day: See Exhibit "A" attached hereto Street Address or Identifiable Location: 51650 W. Dune Shadow Rd. Maricopa, AZ 85139 Tax Parcel No.: 501-68-0340 Original Principal Balance: $119,500.00 Name and address of Original Trustor: Maria Pierson 7463 E. Hannibal St. Mesa, AZ 85207 Name and address of Purported Current Owner: Maria Pierson 7463 E. Hannibal St. Mesa, AZ 85207 Name and address of Beneficiary: BMO Harris Bank, N.A. as successor by merger to M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank 770 North Water Street Milwaukee, WI 53202 Name and address of Current Trustee: Scott L. Potter Jackson White, P.C. 40 North Center Street, Suite 200 Mesa, AZ 85201 Phone (480) 464-1111 Dated: April 17, 2012. /s/ Scott L. Potter, Trustee Manner of Trustee Qualification: A member of the State Bar of Arizona, required by A.R.S. § 33- 803, Subsection A(2) Trustee's Regulator: State Bar of Arizona State Of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) On the 17 day of April, 2012, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appears Scott L. Potter, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same in his authorized capacity, ad that by his signature on the instrument the person, or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. /s/ Toni Livingston Notary Public My commission expires: 7-31-15 Exhibit "A" A portion of the West half of the Southeast quarter of Section 23, Township 6 South. Range 2 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona; Except the West 660 feet; Except the North 2270.76 feet; More particularly described as follows: Commencing at a 1/2 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #15933 marking the Southeast corner of said Section 23, Township 6 South, Range 2 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, from which a 3/4 inch pipe marking the South quarter corner of Section 23 bears South 89 degrees 44 minutes 31 seconds West, a distance of 2642.86 feet and from which a Set 5/8 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512 (per found monuments set per Hidden Valley Estates Unit 13, Book 14 of Maps, page 31) marking the East quarter corner of Section 23 bears North 00 degrees 01 minutes 22 seconds East, a distance of 2640.40 feet; Thence from said Southeast corner of Section 23, South 89 degrees 44 minutes 31 seconds West, along the South boundary of the Southeast quarter of said Section 23, a distance of 1486.81 feet to a Set nail (5/8 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512 monumented 55 feet North) marking the Point Of Beginning; Thence South 89 degrees 44 minutes 31 seconds West, a distance of 165.36 feet to a Set nail (5/8 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512 monumented 33 feet North); Thence North 00 degrees 00 minutes 39 seconds West, 375.48 feet to a Set 5/8 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512; Thence North 89 degrees 56 minutes 40 seconds East, parallel to and 2270.76 feet South of the North boundary of the Southeast quarter of Section 23, a distance of 165.40 feet to a Set 5/8 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512; Thence South 00 degrees 00 minutes 19 seconds East, a distance of 374.89 feet to a Set nail (5/8 inch rebar with aluminum cap RLS #37512 monumented 33 feet North) marking the Point Of Beginning. Publish: 5/2/12, 5/9/12, 5/16/12, 5/23/12 10. Business Services 10. Business Services Call 385-2266 to place your FREE TriCommunity Marketplace Ad Rick’s Furniture Restoration FREE Appraisals 896-0907 Grow your business with the Classified!! Connie’s Barber Shop 896-3351 Hours 9-5 • Invest into a higher quality of living! • Call for a FREE estimate on a new Air Conditioning System • No More Cooler Maintenance/ Allergy Relief • Affordable Installations • Low operating costs • 10 year Parts Warranties Residential & Commercial Locally & Family Owned Licensed • Bonded • Insured ROC#265000 All Major Credit Cards Accepted (520) 297-3520 (office) (520) 385-4755 Heating & Cooling Specialists www.PrideMechanicalLLC.com Tri-Community Marketplace Donate aluminum cans to help spay and neuter dogs and cats, 385-4687. 620 E. 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(AzCAN) NEW 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath DOUBLEWIDE - CAVCO Durango Factory Order. Full Drywall. Hardwood Cabinets - 1st Quality, Lowest Price - $33,995! Home Outlet 1-800-493-2221. www. thehomeoutletaz.com. (AzCAN) Rancho San Manuel Mobile Home & RV Park 402 San Carlos St., San Manuel, AZ 85631 25. Instruction For more information, please see the Park Manager or call 520-385-4007. EARN COLLEGE DEGREE ONLINE. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 888-216-1541. www. CenturaOnline.com. (AzCAN) Address 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Homes 601 Tierra Verde $400 per month 619 Vista Sierra $700 per month 417 Encina $500 per month 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Homes 615 Tierra Verde $400 per month 627 Vista Sierra $400 per month 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Home 512 Ladera $500 per month All utilities included 623 Encina $475 per month Also includes cable TV, trash, sewer & appliances AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-3145370. (AzCAN) Rent-to-Own MAKE MONEY NOW! Permanent Makeup Training. Lash Extensions; Advanced Esthetics; Advanced Cosmetology; Financing & Housing available. Enroll now. 520-4062088 or 1-866-355-5512 www. azpermanentmakeup.com. (AzCAN) 75. Pets 30. Jobs Wanted Free kittens! 8 weeks old and ready to go! 520-487-0288. BC Electric Service, Repair, New Installation •Free Estimates •Reasonable Rates •Satisfaction Guaranteed •Evening and Weekend Service Not a licensed Contractor by choice! Wade C. Boyd (520) 896-2181 Cell (520) 820-3165 2. Write your ad Minimum word is 15 words for $4.20. Every word there after is 28¢. Call 1-928-970-1962 ANYTIME!! 80. Rentals Looking for a rental? Check Here 3. Circle your Attention Getter (optional) ONE of these graphics can be added to your word ad for additional $2.00 NEW LISTING SUPER BUY 4. Add up total cost FOR RENT WOW! We charge by the word. A word is anything with a space before or after it. Punctuation is free. Phone numbers with area codes and prices are considered 1 word each. $4.20 + ( X 28¢ ) For the first 15 words. Minimum charge Number of additional words. (If ad has more than 15 words.) Attention Getter $2.00 = Cost for your word ad for one week. X Number of weeks to run the ad = Total cost of ad 4. Send the Ad to the San Manuel Miner Call (520) 385-2266 or mail this coupon in to San Manuel Miner, P.O. Box 60, San Manuel AZ 85631. You may send check or money order. No Cash Please. You may pay with Visa, MasterCard or American Express. CC#__________________________Expir: _________ 5. Your Information (Required to place ad) San Manuel: 3 BR/1BA with AC and 20 x 20 garage. $750. Avail. May 1st. Sewer paid by owner. 520-730-4515 Name: ______________________________________ One, two and three bedroom houses with new carpet, stove and refrigerator, 385-2019 Phone: _____________________________________ Address: ____________________________________ May 16, 2012 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona 80. Rentals • 3 bed, 1 3/4 bath, all appliances, fenced yard, pets ok with deposit. $600 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine, fenced backyard. $575 / month. • 3 bed, 1 bath with laundry room, stove, frig. $500/ month. • 3 bed, 1 bath, stove, frig, new ceramic flooring. $475 / month. • 3 bed, 1 bath, with large family room, Az Room, workshop, block wall. $650 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath, with den, new wood flooring, block wall. $575 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath, stove, frig, recently refurbished and fenced. $550 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath, with A/C, stove, frig, washer, dryer and fence. $475 / month. Call today! 80. Rentals 80. Rentals 80. Rentals 81. Commercial Prop. 3 Bdrm/2 Bath dbl-wide mobile home in Oracle. Quiet area. $625/ mo. + Sec. dep. 520-909-4700 2 BR/1 Bath house, a/c, fenced yard, $450/mo., no util. $900 to move in. 125 4th Ave, SM 520-385-4744 Deluxe 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments in Mammoth starting at $425. Water, trash, and DirecTV included. 520-487-2005 FOR RENT 800 sf or 3,200 sf in Mammoth Plaza on Main Street. Call Tom 520-982-0200 9/27tfnK ORACLE MINI-STORAGE Clean, Convenient Storage Video Surveillance Please Call for Rates 896-2694 www.oracleministorage.com SAN MANUEL LODGE 520-385-4340 HOTEL LODGE MINI STORAGE APARTMENTS 100. Real Estate Tri-Com Real Estate 520-385-4627 Two bedroom home for rent. Includes stove, refrig, fenced yard and sewer fee. Call 520-385-2260 3 BR house in Oracle on 5 acres. All elec. Gated, private well, $800/ mo., incl. water only. 520-818-1111 3 BR/2 BA house with fabulous view of Santa Catalinas. Quiet neighborhood in Oracle, covered carport, office/studio and workshop. $775. No pets, no smoking. 520-896-9030 Spacious one bedroom cottage, Oracle, large screened porch, refrigerator, stove, washer/dryer, central air, secluded location near national forest. $550. Van Howell 520-904-4485. Oracle Land & HomeS 81. Commercial Prop. 7,000 sq.ft. building for sale $99,000 129 N Main Street, Mammoth. Liquor license also available. Tom 520-982-0200 3 home sites with lots of trees, above Mammoth post office, MH OK, each about 1/3 acre. OMC $12,500 each call Tom 520-982-0200. Oracle Rentals • 1551 N. Calle Futura H1 & H3 $450 2bd, fenced yd, incl. appliances • 4217 N. Alice Dr. $650 Private location, nice views, all electric, includes water. • 2020 W. Paseo Redondo $650 Available 6/15/12. Spacious two bedroom with AZ Room, fenced yard, shed San Manuel • 127 W. 4th $600 Tile throughout, AC, fenced, 1/2 month’s rent off at move in • 318 Ave A $450 Recently Updated! Must See! • 628 W. 3rd Ave $500 Nice kitchen & bath, fenced, workshop, includes sewer • 1013 W. 2nd Ave $675 Lovely home with beautiful kitchen, wood floors, fenced yard, shed, AC Mammoth • 746 N. Tiger Dr. $450 3 bd, 1 ba, large workshop, covered parking, fenced oversized lot Call Diane Estrada at (520) 419-6888 Professional Property Management REALTOR with tenant screening, & credit reports. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY REALTOR Tierra Antigua EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Helen Knudson, Agent 385-4239 520-235-7086 Amy Whatton Realty Phone: 928-812-2816 Email: amy41@Q.com Helping families find their dream homes since 1986. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY REALTOR ~ Oracle Office 1812 W. American Ave. • 896-9099 email@example.com • www.OLHoracle.com Se habla Espanol HELEN VINSON, BROKER, 400-0242 • AGENTS • BONNIE BUSHEY, 487-9211 ANGIE SALAZ-CONTRERAS, 975-4483 THERESA TROOP, 400-8292 DIANE ESTRADA, 419-6888 GREG CURTIS, 241-0712 Notary Public Service available. TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH 123 Ave. A Clean, well kept home with enlarged kitchen, remodeled kitchen and bath, carpet/cermanic flooring, C/L fence and all appliances. $59,900. THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH 20 Ave. A Lovely home with beautiful fenced yard. Fruit trees & large shed. Upgrades & views. Includes appliances. Backs to desert. $65,000. THREE BEDROOM, 1-3/4 BATH 201 Avenue I Pride of ownership evident in this home on large landscaped corner lot. Metal roof, A/C, wood privacy fence, 3 garages, workshop, carpet & ceramic flooring, all appliances. $126,900. 211 4th St. Garage and carport, ceramic tile in kitchen, room addition with own 1/2 bath, laundry in large hallway. $36,100. 212 Nichols Beautifully remodeled home, 2 car slump garage & workshop, room addition with Knotty Pine, Pergo flooring, Italian tile and appliances. $154,900. 627 4th Ave Vinyl siding, 200 amp service, workshop, room addition, skylights and built up front yard with retaining wall. $49,900. 82003 E POWERLINE DRIVE MLS#: 21206915 Large spacious home built in 2006 has over 2300 sq ft and sits on 2.5 acres with mountain views in every direction. 4 Bedrooms plus huge media/family room with surround sound and projection TV which stays. Large eat in kitchen with quality cabinets and ceramic countertops. Acreage is partially fenced. $ 119,900 MAMMOTH ORACLE 3506 Apache Joe Dr. Very nice home on 1.25 ac corner lot. 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths, split bedroom floor plan, seller just installed new front and back steps, new back door and replaced entire skirting. $54,900. Open Monday-Friday After hours or evenings call: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. TONYA LARgENT ....................................... 520-256-1095 Available by appt. anytime. BILL KELLAM.............................................. 520-603-3944 MIKE gROVER ............................................ 520-471-0171 SHARON FLAKE ......................................... 520-483-0657 EQUAL PAULA MERTEN-BROKER......................... 520-471-3085 REALTOR Oracle Listings - Homes •Lots of privacy in this 2 bd, 2 ba. MH on 1.3 ac. covered with Oak trees, home has new roof and cooler. $79,000. •Solid brick home on 1/3 ac., with oak trees and a spacious backyard. Wood, slate and travertine floors, ceiling fans, wood burning heat. $159,000. •Excellent MH on 2.5 ac. with fantastic views, split floor plan with large MB, block skirting, covered deck. $78,500. •Lovely slump block home high on a hill with unobstructed views, 4 bd, 2 ba in pristine condition. $199,000. •Nice property for a great price. Mobile home with bedroom and bathroom on each end, large screened porch. $45,000. •Views in every direction from this lovely MH on 1.25 ac., heated swiming pool, horse property, everything you could want! $195,000. •Beautiful 2300 s.f. MH on 2.5 ac. with amazing views, plenty of room inside and out. $119,900. •4 bd, 2 story home also includes a rented duplex, home has new AC, carpet & remodeled bath. Only $115,500. •Excellent business opportunity on America Ave. Office or retail space, recently updated. $39.995. •Owner will carry with with 50% down. This commercial building used as a feed store has great potential. $199,000. •Bordering National Forest on 2 sides this spacious 4 bd home has wonderful views. Rastra custom home, well and city water. $330,000. •3bd, 1 ba home, fenced yard, in nice neighborhood, 2 car carport. $70,000. •Exceptional property. Lovely home on 3 ac., tile floors, horse property. A must see! $249,000. •Upgraded Cavco MH on 2.5 ac. on Florence Hwy., horse facilities, well, views. Only $99,000. •Spacious, well built home on top of the hill, 4-car attached garage, 3-car detached garage on 3.7 ac. . $385,000. •1.25 •1,500 sq. ft. MH, 2 bd/2ba, AC. Being flat us Sold As-Is. $39,000. •Gre line. Oracle-Land •Bes •4 view lots, 1.25 ac. each in high view area of •Beautiful hilltop views from 5 ac. parcel. Can Redu Oracle, homes only. Utilities at lot line. 3 lots for be split. Horse property. Well Share. $89,500. •Hors $95,000; 1 lot for $96,000. •1.25 to 10 ac., buy part or whole, has excellent 3.34 a •Fabulous views from this 3.3 ac. hilltop parcel, well, borders State land, no financing necessary, •Com homes only area. Great Price. $139,900. cons owner will cary. $32,000 - $125,000. •Priced below market! Owner will carry with build •20 ac. of flat usable land on Florence $3,000 down for this 1.25 ac. parcel with great Highway, 2 wells, completely fenced. $189,900.. •Cho build views. $18,000. •Premium lot with boulders! 1.04 acres of •4 lot •Beautilful views from this lot in Oracle, utilities at outstanding views of Picacho Peak, BioShpere, offers lot line, Perc test done. $69,995. Catalina Mountains plus beautiful sunrises and •Uniq •2.5 ac horse property with great views, site - built sunsets. $65,000. $49,9 or MH. $50,000. •Premium lot with awesome views and sunsets. •Half •1.36 ac lot, homes only, good views, owner will Impact fee is waived. Build your future in this parcel $29,0 carry. $110,000. today. $49,900 •One •Beautiful view lot 1.25 ac utilities at lot line. $69,995. trees •REDUCED!! 3.3 ac. on Linda Vista Rd with great •7.14 ac. in Oracle with 360 deg. viewås. Can be split, horses allowed, MH or site built ok. $150,000. •RED views, ready to build, utilities at road. $164,900. •1ac. in homes only area with fantastic views Close •14 to 19 ac. lots on Florence Hwy in beautifully elect & natural features. $59,900 developed Painted Sky Ranch. $185,000 to $195,000. Surrounding Area TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH 85600 Hussey St. Brick home on 5 acres, well maintained home on hilltop with views of the Galiuro Mountains and private well. $134,900. HOUSING Home for sale by owner. Easy qualification $1950 down. 520-955-9597 LAN • 203 Ave J 3 bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, 2 car garage - $122,000 • 701 N. Giffen 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath Drastically Reduced - $250,000 Please consider us if you’re thinking of selling your home. Your hometown real estate company is here to help. If you’re planning to purchase a home, we’ll be happy to assist you in finding the right home with the right financing for your needs. OPPORTUNITY 100. Real Estate 100. Real Estate McNab Tri-Com San22Parkway Manuel Real Estate 385-4627 SAN MANUEL: 100. Real Estate ADVERTISE YOUR HOME, property or business for sale in 86 AZ newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www. classifiedarizona.com. (AzCAN) Member Tucson Multiple Listing Service OLH Page 15 500 S VINE AVENUE MLS#: 21206974 Hill top views, Beautiful open floor plan kitchen has custom wood cabinets, ceramic counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Wood burning fire place in the living room, wood floors in kitchen, dinning area, living room and hall way. 2 bay windows, large family room with a pool table that will stay. 2 storage sheds, a portion of the yard is fenced. Full basement for additional space for crafts/office or work area. $125,000 •Affordable Green Living! 4+ acres with fabulous views and a home with many solar features. See to appreciate. $180,000 •Affordable Green Living! 4+ acres with fabulous views and a home with many solar features. See to appreciate. $180,000. •2 ac. parcel in Mammoth w/older MH & shop. Has been surveyed into 4 parcels or you can build on it. $65,000. •Almost 1/2 ac. with MH that has a lot of upgrades added recently, hanidcap ramp. $29,000. •Just under 44 acres for your own little ranch, hilltop location south of Mammoth. $344,000. •PRICED REDUCED! Hilltop views beautiful open plan, custom kitchen cabinets, SS appliances, wood burning fireplace. $125,000. •Mammoth Bar, all equipment. $90,000 Liquor license also available. Call for details. •5 ac. with beautiful views of the Galiuros, zoned for site built or MH, horses allowed. $45,000. •3ac. with like new Cavco MH, lots of mature trees and space. $49,000. •Historic Mercer Ranch, HQ parcel, 47 ac., remodeled home, corrals, hay barn, hanger & airstip., great well. $295,000. •Secluded area with great views, being sold as is for value of 1.3 acres. $39,000. •3-lots to choose from. Hill top views shared well, horse property, leveled off areas for home sites. Two lots $50,000 each & one lot $70.000. •2 parcels on the east side of the San Pedro River near Sacaton. 2 - 40 ac. parcel for $120,000. •Affordable Green Living! 4+ acres with fabulous views and a home with many solar features. See to appreciate. $180,000. S •Hwy and Own •Bea for si •Priv $110 •4 lo ac. L •Gre $47, Page 16 San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona May 16, 2012 Fiesta de la Primavera set for this Saturday in San Manuel From arts and crafts to drinks, food and games, from horse shoes and live entertainment to crowning of a queen (see related story), St. Bartholomew’s Fiesta de la Primavera offers a variety of entertainment and diversion this Saturday from 11 am until 10 pm at St. Bartholomew’s Catholic church at the corner of Main and Park in San Manuel. There is no charge for the dance, starting at 7 p.m. in the parish hall. Local musicians, The Cardells, and folk singer John Huntington (Huntington Chiropractic, Oracle) will entertain along with Tucson’s Mariachi Alma and Ballet Folklorico from Naco, Arizona. A blind draw horse shoe tournament, directed by Roberto Estrada (3854285), will start at 1 p.m. Cost is $15 per player. A group of Pinal County judges, led by Justice of the Peace Arnold Estrada, have donated trophies to the top four teams. The Knights of Columbus will host their second annual co-ed softball tournament at the San Manuel softball field across the street from the fiesta. The cost is $120 per team along with two 12” softballs. A large screen TV will be raffled during the tournament. Contact Caesar Zazueta (520) 390-2655 for details. Mammoth Council hires Garcia as Public Works Director Vying for the title of Fiesta de la Primavera Queen are (in no particular order) Selena Aguilar, Elizabeth LaPrada, Rosa McBride and Jessica Lake. (Submitted photo) By John Hernandez During Thursday’s special meeting, the Mammoth Town Council went into executive session to interview two candidates for the position of Director of Public Works. After the executive session, it was announced that David Garcia would be the town’s new Director of Public Works. Garcia lives in San Manuel with his wife, Elizabeth, daughter, Megan (15), and son, Michael (13). So, you still haven’t done your TAXES? There’s Still Time! United Way of Pinal County Call for information on qualifications and materials to bring with you, and for an appointment before May 30, 2012. Casa Grande Apache Junction Call Malou at 602-315-2795 Call Ron at 602-697-2676 Seeds of Hope The Center Coolidge Youth Center Call Delores at 480-234-9399 Maricopa Public Library Call Viola at 520-413-0434 San Tan Valley One Community Church Call Bob at 952-457-7800 ...we do them FREE Interested in volunteering for next season? Call United Way of Pinal County 520-836-0736 ext #11 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Garcia enjoys living in the Tri-Community. “San Manuel is a great place to raise our kids,” Garcia said. “They receive a good education here and we give back by volunteering in the community.” Elizabeth volunteers at the San Manuel Library, works with the Boy Scouts and the Sea Lions swim team. Megan was recently inducted into the National Honor Society at San Manuel High School. She participates in sports and is a two-year letterman on the swim team. She also swims for the Sea Lions and hopes to be a lifeguard this summer. Michael competes on the Sea Lions swim team and competes in sports at San Manuel Junior High School. He is in the National Junior Honor Society and has participated in scouting since first grade. The Garcia family has lived in San Manuel for 10 years. Garcia has an Associates of Applied Science degree in Environmental Technology from Pima Community College. He has an Advanced Certificate for Waste Water Treatment Technology and Water Treatment technology. He has been certified by the Arizona Department of Environmental David Garcia Quality as a Grade 4 Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator; Grade 4 Water Treatment Operator; Grade 4 Water distribution System Operator; Grade 4 Waste Water Collection System Operator. David has more than 16 years experience in Public Works including working with water systems. He worked seven years for the City of Globe as a Waste Water Treatment Operator. He was employed by Pima County Waste Water Department for seven years. He supervised the Ina Road Waste Water Treatment Facility and supervised a five man crew of operators. He has also worked for the Town of Hayden. Garcia should be a welcome addition to the Town of Mammoth Public Works.