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Contents AUGUST 2017 || VOL. 4 ISS. 9

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The Age of Elegance Leta Sproule finds Ms. Senior Arizona prize inspiring

fresh Editor’s note

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EVENTS

Fun things to do in August

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PERSPECTIVE

Dogs and the law

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READS

Letter-bound

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WHEELS

food 34

COOK

Roasted basil tomatoes

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DINE

Gio’s Pizza

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BEAUTY

Dodge Durango

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

business

ASK THE PHARMACIST

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CHAMBER CORNER Frankie Ruiz

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CRAFTS

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BETWEEN NEIGHBORS

SUDOKU

An original puzzle

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An original puzzle

Quick projects

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PETS

Kuma heads to Lake Pleasant

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JUDGE GERALD A. WILLIAMS The justice of the peace for the North Valley Justice Court. The court’s jurisdiction includes Anthem and Desert Hills.

The Williams’ dog, Woodstock, joins the family whenever possible.

Dog Law Judge Gerald A. Williams on what you need to know about your canine and the law.

BELIEVE IT or not, dogs create such a significant number of legal issues that some attorneys actually specialize in dog law. But unfortunately, most court cases involving dogs involve dog bites. Many states have maintained a common law concept known as scienter. It states that the owner of nearly any domesticated animal (dog, cat, horse, sheep, etc.) can only be successfully named in a lawsuit if he or she knew that this particular animal had some type of dangerous propensity. This concept is sometimes called the “one bite rule.” Arizona has taken a very different approach.

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In Arizona by statute, a dog owner is strictly liable if his or her dog bites a person even if that dog has never bitten anyone before. A.R.S. § 11-1025. The owner’s knowledge of any potential for viciousness is irrelevant. Likewise, under strict liability, an owner is liable for any injuries caused by their dog even if the owner exercised the utmost care possible to prevent any harm. There are two exceptions. First, this law generally does not apply either to police dogs or to military working dogs. So if you are running from the police and they sic a dog on you, don’t plan on receiving a settlement offer if the

dog turns your arm into a chew toy. Second, the bite victim cannot have provoked the dog. So who decides that? Whether the victim provoked the dog to bite him is ultimately a question of fact for a court to determine. A.R.S. § 11-1027. Another area that often gets dog owners in trouble is when their dogs get out and they receive a citation for “dog at large.” There are some exceptions, but dogs that are outside usually must be restrained by a leash. A.R.S. § 11-1012. Perhaps unfortunately, under the Maricopa County Ordinance, violations of the dog at large ordinance (as well as a failure to have a current dog license) are actually a crime, in this case, a class two misdemeanor. So unless you want someone to read you your Miranda rights, keep your dog on a leash. It is safer for you and is much safer for your dog. One of Arizona’s most recent dog laws is titled, “Use of a Facility Dog in Court Proceedings.” It was adopted in 2016 and requires judges to allow juveniles, who are crime victims, to bring a dog with them while they are testifying. There are published examples of how children, who are otherwise overwhelmed and frightened in courtrooms, become remarkably calm and open simply because a dog is next to them. Dogs generally make everything better. Perhaps someday there will be a law authorizing all court employees to bring their dogs to work. If that occurs, there would be a long line of job applicants to work there.


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These shelters take in nearly 100 animals each day, so they will likely have what you are looking for. The web page has a link where you can view pictures of dogs (and yes, cats) that are currently up for adoption. Locally, Anthem Pets, a 100 percent volunteer rescue, is another good place to look for a pet. Visit anthempets.org to learn more. AUGUST 2017

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2 W  hy did you open up your business in the North Valley? Anthem has been my home for seven years, so it was the natural choice for business operations. Although we do operate Valley wide, most of our several thousand clients are in the North Valley. 2 W  hat differentiates your business from your competitors? The thing that differentiates Azteca from our competitors is our commitment to our clients. That's what drives our growth. As an Army veteran, I have high standards and I hold my employees to those same standards. I lead from the front and I feel that passion and commitment is exercised by employees across all four companies. 2 W  hat does the future hold for your company? The future holds growth and giving. My passion is giving back and I would like to see our annual giving continue to grow. To me it's a win, win. We continue to provide excellent service across all four companies and as we prosper and grow, we always give more.


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put on my Ms. Senior Arizona Pageant bio that I have an interest in macroeconomics.

There probably wasn’t anybody else who said that. —LETA SPROULE

Longtime musician

Leta was born in Tennessee and spent her formative years in Nashville. She attended Peabody College, which was absorbed into Vanderbilt University, and earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees. After studying music and human resources, she worked as a financial planner for nonprofits and schools. “I loved helping people in the not-for-profit community,” Leta says. “I always loved numbers and I put on my Ms. Senior Arizona Pageant bio that I have an interest in macroeconomics. There probably wasn’t anybody else who said that. Leta was unaffected by Nashville’s vibrant country music scene. She loved Elvis Presley and eventually grew to enjoy singers like Carrie Underwood. Music, as a whole, inspired her, though. Leta first sat down to the piano at age 8 and it came easy to her. “When it came time for college, of course I was going to major in music,” she says with a smile. “Peabody was right there. I went there and got my degree. I had a couple kids along the way.” The Sproules—who have three children, four grandchildren, and two greatgrandchildren between them—moved to the 85086 area of Anthem in 2001. “We were one of the early families to locate in Anthem,” Leta says. “We lived in the Country Club from 2001 to 2008. “While there, I was a founding member and leader of the Community Bible Study group that still meets there. CBS is part of an international organization, and we regularly had 70 to 80 women in attendance. I served as teaching director for two years.” They lived there for eight years, until John’s corporate investments and pension sales job took them back to Nashville. With each move, her piano came right along. “John retired three years ago and it was just an obvious choice to move back to Arizona,” Leta says. “It wasn’t until I moved here that I picked up the piano again.” Her church, Palm West Community Church in Sun City West, asked her to play piano as well. “I never played piano in church when they asked me to do that,” she says. “I had to start practicing again. John was grateful. He had not heard me practice.” “I’m not sure I would have had the nerve to do the pageant if I hadn’t started playing piano again. I want to encourage other women to participate. It truly is a life-changing experience, win or not.”

Show Off Your Talents The search is on for the Cameo Foundation’s 29th Annual Ms. Senior Arizona 2018 contestants. Open to women ages 60 and older, the pageant is set for 6 p.m. Sat., March 17, 2018 at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, 15550 N. Parkview Place, Surprise. Radio personality Danny Davis will once again emcee. For contestant or pageant information, call (602) 788-9556, email msseniorarizona2004@ cox.net, or visit cameofoundation.org or msseniorarizona.com. The event is sponsored by the Times Media Group and Lovin’ Life After 50, John Wallick Jewelers, Rose Tuxedo, Applause Productions, Cummins Photography, Sierra Winds Senior Living, Freedom Inn at Scottsdale, Gartman Technical Services, Moore Graphics, and Heritage Tradition. AUGUST 2017

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Slices Family-owned Gio’s Pizza offers up savory fare. By Andrew Leach

FROM TIME to time I get nostalgic for the New Jersey experiences from my childhood. One of the memories that still brings a smile to my face is going into the local pizzeria and getting a slice. There are many places in town that can serve you pizza, but very few where you can go and order a slice or two of different flavors or styles of pizza. Thankfully, on the west side of Anthem, you’ll find a pizza place serving up just that. When you walk in you’ll see a variety of pizza types and other savory Italian delights on display ready to be heated up and served. We started our order with three garlic knots ($2.75). It’s nice to see a large bowl of pre-cooked knots available. It’s easy to order as many as you’d like with three set order sizes: three, six, or 12 knots. They went into a round pan and into the pizza oven to heat up. The flavor of the knots is doughy and delicious, with just a hint of garlic. They’re served in a to go, foil lined bag, which keeps them moist and hot for the drive home. I loved the taste and texture of the knots, but I’m accustomed to having sauce with garlic knots. If you’re also a fan of a side of sauce, don’t forget to order a side of marinara. The first slice we ordered was one of Gio’s stuffed pizza creations. We chose the ham, cheese, and pepperoni slice ($5.75). The stuffed pizza is a very unique option that I have not seen available too often. The best way to describe it is if you mixed a calzone and a slice of pizza together. It’s in the shape of a slice of pizza, but has a crust on the top and the bottom. The insides are filled with the two meat selections

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and sauce and cheese. It’s a fork and knife slice of pizza, and it’s difficult to hold by hand to eat. The flavors of the ingredients in this slice, all melded well together. It’s a very filling option. Next we ordered a slice of traditional hand tossed cheese pizza with added pepperoni ($3.50). It’s a traditional slice of cheese, where they add pepperoni to the top prior to heating it up in the oven. There are several topping options available to add; a few of them have different price points than others. They don’t offer all the options you may find at other pizza establishments; so I recommend reviewing the menu, if you have your heart set on a more exotic topping that may not be available. We were thrilled to see a Sicilian crust pizza available as an option and decided right away to order a

Cheese pizza with pepperoni

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Gio’s stuffed pizza creation with ham, cheese, and pepperoni.

slice of that. A cheese Sicilian slice is $3.25, and while toppings are available to add, we decided to stick to plain cheese. The main difference between traditional, New York, hand tossed, and Sicilian is the shape and depth of the crust. Sicilian is a square slice and is a hefty deep-dish piece of pizza. If you are a fan of French bread pizza, than you may want to opt for Sicilian. The slice was put into the oven with the other slices that we ordered, which disrupted the re-heating process some. While the other slices were hot and ready to eat, it tasted like the Sicilian could have used another minute in the oven. The sauce for all the slices was full of flavor and tasted fresh and made in-house. Gio’s offers full size pizzas for order as well as by the slice. Salads, chicken wings, and desserts are also on the menu. Be aware, on both occasions when I visited the restaurant, they didn’t have the pinwheels, meat sauce rolls, or spaghetti rolls that they had listed on the menu, so plan accordingly.

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A Nose Job Without Surgery? Non-surgical rhinoplasty offers a quick why to get a well-balanced nose. By Dr. Kelly Collins

DR. KELLY COLLINS Dr. Kelly Collins has been a member of the Premier Wellness team and a provider of care in Anthem since 2015.

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THE IMPORTANCE of a well-balanced nose cannot be overemphasized. As one of the most prominent features of the face, the nose is essential for facial harmony and a positive self-image. Facial dermal fillers are an excellent choice for patients looking for a non-surgical option to aesthetic nasal correction. Fillers such as Juvederm, Voluma, and Vollure can be used to contour the nose and are an excellent option for patients looking for correction without having to undergo surgery. Some possible applications include: building the bridge of the nose, refining the results of a previous nasal surgery, correcting asymmetry and concavities, enhancing the tip of the nose, and smoothing or straightening the nasal hump. Here is one of many experiences I’ve had in performing a nonsurgical rhinoplasty procedure with the use of dermal fillers: Recently I had the pleasure of meeting with a patient who was moving to Los Angeles to break into acting. She had always been self-conscious about her nose. She complained of a deviated septum and she told me of a desire to have a sleek streamlined look, which would help her be more photogenic. The consultation moved to discussing the advantages of her having a non-surgical rhinoplasty, which I explained is a non-invasive procedure that can have profound effects on filling in volume loss and deficits of the nose. It also creates the illusion that the nose is actually smaller. After our consultation, she felt completely lined up to move ahead with a non-surgical rhinoplasty. The patient returned a couple of days later, after having stopped her blood-thinning supplements, like fish oil to minimize bruising. This patient was extremely excited that she could finally have the look she always longed for without the expense and downtime of surgery. I proceeded to apply numbing cream to her lovely nose after taking some before photos. After about 15 minutes of numbing, we began the 20-minute procedure using a hyaluronic-acid based filler called Juvederm Ultra Plus XC. Non-surgical rhinoplasties are an art, which is why I feel so passionate about them. There’s a lot of creativity involved and every nose is different. Once the filler was strategically placed for this gal’s nose, though, the transformation became stunning. I handed my patient the mirror so she could admire her


Before and after photos provided courtesy of Dr. Kelly Collins.

new nose. She began crying happy tears. Her entire life she had wanted this result to be her reflection in the mirror. And, for a reasonable cost and a few minutes, she could have it! WOW! The joy and exhilaration I felt inside from being able to help this beautiful woman feel even more beautiful was so uplifting and satisfying. Non-surgical rhinoplasties are quickly becoming my most favorite thing I do with fillers. And, the before and after photos were incredible. Non-surgical rhinoplasty offers immediate and natural-looking results. Unlike surgery, because dermal fillers are versatile, very specific and delicate correction is possible. Typically little to no downtime can be expected after the procedure and results can last up to one year. One of the greatest benefits of non-surgical rhinoplasty is that the procedure, unlike surgery, is completely reversible and if a patient is unsatisfied for any reason, an enzyme can quickly and easily be injected to dissolve the dermal filler. If you have a nose that makes you feel self-conscious but you aren’t ready for surgery, a non-surgical rhinoplasty might just be the solution you’ve been looking for.

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