April 2013 anthem community council
resourceguide Life in Abundance Anthem, Arizona
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Communications & Public Affairs Director Shannon Wallace Art Direction Christi Bielstein Strategic Design Contributing Writers Craig Boates Jeri J. Robertson Barb Evans Anthem Country Club Community Association Anthem Parkside Community Association Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners Web Manager Jerad Shepherd Contact ACC email@example.com Published monthly, the Anthem Community Council (ACC) Resource Guide is your guide to news and information about programs and services offered by the ACC, as well as pertinent business- and HOA-related information. All contents are copyrighted 2013. For additional community information: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com
A President’s Farewell Letter As I sit down to write this final President’s Letter (at least from me) for the Resource Guide, it is with more than a little bit of sadness. Not because I love writing these letters, but because I know it means my time on the Anthem Community Council Board is coming to an end. I have truly enjoyed my three years on the Board. When I originally decided to run for the Board it was because I wanted to become involved and wanted to see some changes made to the Board. Specifically, I wanted our Board to be more open and transparent, and to focus on not serving any individual interests, but to do what was in the best interest of Anthem as a whole. While you may not agree with everything the Board has done in the last three years (I’m pretty sure I do not), I hope you would agree that great progress has been made. Meetings are much more open, more public input is sought, and single issue special interests have been reduced. I do not take credit for these accomplishments. The process was guided by the expert staff of the Anthem Community Council. While not everyone in Anthem gets the pleasure of working with these great people, we are all very lucky to have them serving on behalf of our community. They are truly special people who want to do what is best for the community. To Jenna, Neal, Doug, and all the ACC staff, thanks for all you do. I also want to thank all of the Board members with whom I have served during the last three years. It has been an honor to work with you all. A special thank you to Jeff Pointer who ran for Country Club at the same time I did with very similar platforms. Thanks for keeping me consistent with our platform in our actions on the Board.
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Preserving, Protecting, and Enhancing a Genuine Sense of Community The Anthem Community Council (ACC) serves as a unifying entity for the overall Anthem community. Our mission is to establish and maintain a governing structure that will preserve, protect, and enhance the plans, policies, infrastructure, and resources needed to support a genuine sense of community, ensure sound economic development, and promote quality of life for all Anthem residents.
Coleman Field Dedication Hits One Out of the Park! On Sunday, March 3, Anthem residents and the business community gathered at the ACC Community Park to honor the life and service of the late Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Deputy William “Bill” Coleman. The special dedication ceremony included the naming of ACC Community Park’s Little League Field #1 (LL1) as “Coleman Field.” As a result, a dedication plaque, scoreboard sign, and new flag pole were presented to commemorate his heroism and service as a first responder. Guests included Coleman family members, MCSO, North Valley Posse, Daisy Mountain Fire District, ACC and HOA Board members, first responder groups, veterans groups, service clubs, and local Little League players. In January, the ACC Board of Directors proclaimed March 2-10, 2013 to be “Anthem First Responders Appreciation Days,” providing opportunity for the community to recognize, honor, and support First Responders who serve or live in Anthem.
Investing in Anthem: Civic Building and Master Plan Update We are moving swiftly on the civic building development. The remodeled building, which will serve as a community gathering place once complete, is located at 3701 W. Anthem Way, and is currently home to the Anthem Community Council (ACC) and Homeowner Association (HOA) administrative offices Design (by Holly Street Studio) and construction estimates have been finalized, and are to be presented at the ACC Board of Directors April 4 meeting. Once the Board approves the design, Brignall Construction will develop a “guaranteed maximum price” (GMP), based on competitive bidding, for the various parts of the project. Once the GMP is approved by the Board, renovations begin. Construction will take four to six months after permits are issued by Maricopa County, just in time for a grand opening in early 2014. At this grand opening, the public will be invited to tour new meeting rooms, classrooms, administrative space, an arts and crafts room, lobby and welcome center, business conference area, café, and quiet fitness rooms. When construction begins in late spring/early summer, office hours for the public will be modified in order to expedite construction, which will, in turn, save money. We will continue to be open early morning and early evening hours, in addition to during the day, in order to best serve the public. Adjusted hours will be announced when changed. For up-to-date information on this project, as well as the master plan projects under consideration (Opportunity Way Park, Liberty Bell Park improvements, amphitheater/civic area upgrades, dog park, and Community Center expansion for multi-use courts): www.OnlineAtAnthem.com.
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All of these projects are intended to enhance the quality of life in Anthem, and strengthen our area as the premier planned community in the Valley.
“Operation Hope” Drug Prevention Event – April 17 Parents, guardians and mature middle- and high school-aged students encouraged to attend Join the Anthem Community Council, Community Bridges, MCSO, the City of Phoenix Police Department, and the Deer Valley Unified School District for “Operation Hope,” the second in the four-part Anthem Family Day drug awareness presentation series, Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 6:30-8:30 p.m., ACC Community Center. Established and presented by the Phoenix Police Department’s Black Mountain Precinct, “Operation Hope” is a comprehensive program using police resources, partners, and the community to reduce, suppress, and prevent drug use, and affiliated burglaries within the northeast Valley. NOTE: This presentation will take a hardhitting and graphic look at the effects of drug abuse. As a result, it is recommended that participants be mature middle- and high school-aged students with their parents or guardians in attendance. Anthem residents and the business community are encouraged to attend this and the following upcoming events within the series that aim to help keep Anthem youth substance free: • Sept. 19 – “National Family Day Awareness and Drug Education Seminar” (recommended for all ages), 6:30-8:30 p.m. • Dec. 12 – “Drug Awareness Community Panel” (recommended for mature middle- and high school-aged students and their parents and guardians), 6:308:30 p.m.
Help promote these events! As leaders in this community, help promote these important community events by
downloading and printing the event flier at www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/anthem-familyday, and distributing to family, friends, coworkers, customers, and appropriate places of business. Donations to support the Family Day events can also be made by inquiring at firstname.lastname@example.org. Anthem Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with your children is a program modeled around National Family Day, a movement that fosters engagement between children and parents. Join in support of the Anthem Family Day series, the fourth Monday of every September, to celebrate your personal “Family Day—A Day to Eat Dinner with your Children.” For more information about National Family Day: www.casafamilyday. org. “Like” their web page to get daily tips on interacting with your children.
Plan for a Day of Remembrance in May As an early reminder, Memorial Day is Monday, May, 27, and is a day of remembrance for those who have died serving our country. This is a fitting time to honor our veterans by marking your calendars to attend the the 2nd annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Anthem Veterans Memorial (AVM) in the ACC Community Park. Stay tuned for more details about this important event in May’s issue of the Resource Guide. This is also a great time to honor your military loved ones by purchasing an AVM engraved paver that is placed at the base of the Memorial. More information about purchasing a paver can be found at: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/anthemveterans-memorial.
Anthem Teens and Adults: Apply Now for the Anthem 15th Anniversary Committee Anthem was established in 1999, so 2014 marks the community’s 15th year of existence. Time to celebrate! At the February Anthem Community Council meeting, the Board authorized the formation of a 15th Anniversary Celebration Committee. This Committee will be involved in planning for, and implementing a year-long celebration of Anthem in 2014. Activities could range from a ribbon cutting ceremony for an updated Adventure Playground, creation of a memory book, a grand opening for the new civic building and/ or hosting a special community event. We are seeking volunteers for this group, and applications are now being accepted through mid April; if you are interested, email: email@example.com. Please provide your name and contact information, a brief background of your life and experience in Anthem, express why you are interested in serving on the committee, and your qualifications. All Anthem residents and business owners are eligible, and we welcome applicants ages 13 and older. We expect the Committee will meet one to four times per month through 2013, and as needed in 2014. This is an opportunity to recognize the journey and evolution of Anthem throughout the years, and to generate excitement about where we are going as a community.
Mother, Daughter Both Winners in Salsa Contest - Salsa Contest winners, left to right: 2nd place, Cara Riek, Cara’s Sweet & Spice Salsa; People’s Choice winner, Christie Equils, Hot Mama Salsa; 3rd place, Joe Florez, Mexican State of Mind; and 1st place, Peggy Riek, Peggy’s Zucchini Salsa. Thank you to this year’s Anthem Day Sponsors featured in this issue on pages 7, 12, and 18. For more information about ACC Special Event sponsorships: Michele DeMichele, mDeMichele@ anthemcouncil.com, 623-742-4510.
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First Anthem Days Salsa Contest Tantalizing There were sweet salsas and spicy salsas represented in the first Anthem Days Salsa Contest. Nine salsa aficionados entered their creations, which were judged by a panel of community members and Anthem Days guests. Tasters grabbed one of 200 bags of chips, made the rounds, and then voted for People’s Choice winner. Judges, Bob Lorgeree, president, High Desert Little League; Michael Stephan, owner, Brillante Management Company; and TJ Winzeler, manager, ValleyCrest Landscaping, awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, based on texture, taste, appearance, and uniqueness.
Finally, a thank you to all of the residents who have supported, and also those of you who challenged, me and the rest of the Board these past three years. Your support encouraged us and your challenges kept us honest. Thanks again. I know I said enough already, but I can’t thank people without thanking my wife Kris and my great kids for sacrificing our family time to allow me to serve on the Board. I love you all.
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Domestic Violence, Child Abuse Awareness Focus of Meeting
ANW works as an affiliate group under the ACC, and is charged with collaborating with the Maricopa County Sheriffâ€™s Office, Phoenix Domestic violence and child abuse incidents do Police Department, North Valley Posse, and Daisy Mountain Fire District to help inform not discriminate by neighborhoods. Statistics and educate Anthem residents on ways to from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence indicate abuse is one of the most under- prevent and reduce crime in the community. reported crimes. Uniting residents and businesses We appreciate the communityâ€™s willingness to continue to volunteer to assure the safety, in increasing their awareness about these health and overall wellness of the Anthem issues, Anthem Neighborhood Watch offers a Community Awareness Meeting Thursday, May 9. community. To volunteer, complete and return an interest form no later than April 30: www. Law enforcement representatives and Julie OnlineAtAnthem.com/ sites/default/files/ Caldwell, MS, LMFT, a licensed marriage volunteer-interest-form_0.pdf and family therapist, will discuss the signs of domestic violence and child abuse. The implications of these issues in the community and how you can help will also be addressed. Thank You to this 2013 This meeting, 6:30-8 p.m., is in the ACC Community Center, Exploration Room. Anthem Days Sponsor
Volunteers Needed: Chairperson, Members Terms end in April/May for ANW Committee Co-Chairpersons Lon Privitt and Sarai Martens. The group is recruiting a new chairperson and committee members. The ANW chairperson is responsible for leading volunteers who work with local law enforcement agencies to help reduce crime and vandalism in the community, and to provide guidance and direction to the volunteers as they plan and implement each event/meeting on their 2013/2014 work plans. The chairperson is also the liaison to the ACC, providing news articles, periodic Board reports and presentations, and oversight of ANW expenditures. ANW committee members are responsible for reporting crime and vandalism to the appropriate law enforcement agency, providing residents with information on crime prevention methods, recruiting volunteers, participating in regular meetings to inform residents, volunteering ANW/ACC/Community events to promote safe communities, and assisting with the annual National Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods (G.A.I.N.) planning. For more information about ANW: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/ anthem-neighborhood-watch, AnthemWatch@yahoo.com
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Welcome New Anthem Businesses! The ACC would like to welcome the following new businesses that now call Anthem “home:”
commercial property, compromising exterior aesthetics and encouraging potentially further criminal activity. It is the responsibility of the commercial property owner in Anthem to document, report, and clean up graffiti on their property when it occurs. The ACC encourages commercial property owners to utilize the following graffiti reporting and abatement methods set forth by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and the City of Phoenix:
Anthem East – Maricopa County: 4280 W. Opportunity Way A global, high technology company providing products and services to the semiconductor industry. Also offers high performance cleaning solutions with low V.O.C. emissions. For more information: www.ketecawaterworks. com, www.ketecausa.com, 602-278-7789
My Chiropractor Health & Wellness 42302 N. Vision Way, Ste. 115 For more information: www.mychiropractoraz. com, 602-866-3505
Swiftech Inventory Liquidators 42323 N. Vision Way, Ste. 106 Offers light fixtures, fans, and large and small scale electrical tools at deeply discounted prices. For more information: 623-670-6048
Anthem Business Update: • Tobias’ Auto in Anthem: now open on Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Features an eight-bay maintenance and repair facility, servicing all makes and models of cars and trucks, 4205 W. Summit Walk Court. For a list of businesses within the Anthem Community: www.onlineatanthem.com/ business-directory
• To report graffiti damage: MCSO nonemergency, 602-876-1742 • To file a complaint: Maricopa County Code Enforcement - Planning and Development Department, 502 N. 44th St. Set 200, Phoenix, AZ 85008, www.maricopa.gov/ planning. After a complaint is filed, a letter is sent to business owners, notifying them there has been a complaint opened for “illegal signage” on their business. Requirements for clean up are then set.
Anthem West – City of Phoenix: • To report graffiti or file a complaint: Crime Stop, 602-262-6151 After a complaint is filed, the City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services department will inspect a commercial property to determine whether to issue a notice of violation. After three weeks, City staff will re-inspect the property to determine course of action. To report graffiti on Anthem Community Council property: Dave Smith, ACC Director of Parks & Facilities, 623-879-3008, dsmith@ anthemcouncil.com. Reports received will be removed within 24 hours, Monday through Friday.
Reporting Graffiti on Commercial Property The Anthem business community takes pride in maintaining its properties and ensuring Anthem continues to be a beautiful place in which to live, work, and shop. However, there are occasions when graffiti can appear on
For more information: Rona Reznick, Commercial Code & Business Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org, 623-742-6010.
Community Center Open House and Summer Registration Kick-Off Event April 6 9 a.m. – Noon Jump start your summer activities by registering early at the 2013 ACC Community Center Open House and Summer Registration Kick-off event. Enjoy games, contests, FREE classes, demonstrations, meet the dedicated staff of the ACC Community Center, and get information on your favorite summer programs such as: • Aquabats: Anthem’s recreational, seasonal swim team • Dolphins: Anthem’s year-round competitive team • Journey Summer Camp • Group Swim Lessons • Dive-in Movies • Sports Programs • Tennis Carnival • And More!
Other activities scheduled: • 9-10 a.m. Dolphins Swim Team try-outs • 9:20 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 10:10 a.m. TRX Fitness Samplers • 10 a.m.–11 a.m. Free Sports Sampler Clinic • 10:30 a.m.– Noon FREE Rockwall Climbing • 11 a.m.–12 p.m. Fitness Master Class
For more information: 623-879-3011, or visit the front desk.
Welcome to the ACC Community Center The ACC Community Center and Community Park provide a variety of amenities for every age, level, and interest. Unless otherwise noted below, you can register for the following programs at the Community Center’s front desk, or: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/activityguide-registration.
AQUATICS NEW Master Swim Class Swimmers, ages 18 and older, can work on their technique, form, and speed during Master Swim classes Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30-6:45 a.m., at ACC Community Center’s lap pool. Pre-registration required. The next two sessions are April 1-24 and April 29-May 29. Cost: $25 per month. For more information: Scott Newell, email@example.com, 602-879-3011.
Swim Team Tryouts Tryouts are this month for the Anthem Dolphins Competitive and Anthem Aquabats Recreational swim teams. From beginner to advanced skill levels, the teams offer superior instruction, coaching, and area swim meets. • Anthem Dolphins Competitive Swim Team Experience the thrill of USA Swimming. The Anthem Dolphins Swim Team offers organized area swim meets year-round. Tryouts at the Community Center lap pool are 9-10 a.m., Saturday, April 6. • Anthem Aquabats Recreational Swim Team – Preseason Anthem Aquabats Recreational Swim Team offers area swim meets. Tryouts at the Community Center lap pool are 3-4 p.m., Saturday, April 27. Preseason swim team meets Mondays and Wednesdays, April 29-May 22.
DANCE & GYMNASTICS Dance with the AZ Sunrays Aspiring dancers ages 3 to 9 years old can learn the latest jazz, ballet, and hip hop dance steps with the Arizona Sunrays. Summer sessions: May 6-July 29. Days, times, and cost vary.
Flip for Gymnastics with the AZ Sunrays Kids ages 18 months to 9 years old can learn handstands, cartwheels, and forward and backward rolls with the Arizona Sunrays. Summer sessions: May 7- Aug. 3. Days, times, and cost vary.
HEALTH & FITNESS Get Outdoors and Hike AZ! Join the Anthem Hiking Club for these two great hikes in April. Van leaves the ACC Community Center at 6 a.m. • Packard Trail – April 6 A challenging 10-mile hike in the Prescott National Forest with a total elevation gain of 1200 feet. Difficulty is 3.5 on a scale of 1 to 5. Return time: 3:30 p.m. Cost: $21 (includes trail guide and travel). • Mount Peeley Summit – April 20 A scenic 4.6-mile hike with a total elevation gain of 1600 feet. Difficulty is 3 on a scale of 1 to 5. Return time: 2:45 p.m. Cost: $21 (includes trail guide and travel).
Learn Kung Fu Both children and adults can gain confidence through Kung Fu, an ancient Chinese method of self-defense. Classes focus on skills in defense, balance and power with discipline for mind and body. Held Mondays and Wednesdays at various times. Ages: 3+. Cost: $58-81 per month.
De-Stress with Tai Chi The oldest art of fitness from China, Tai Chi has been called meditation in motion. Classes available Monday and Wednesday mornings, or Tuesday evenings, and focus on movement, breathing techniques, balance, and coordination to help reduce stress and promote relaxation Ages: 18 yrs.+. Cost: $53$101 per month.
Feel Good with Group Fitness Classes The ACC Community Center offers a variety of health and fitness classes for every interest and level, taught by certified instructors. Check www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/ community-center-health-fitness for current class schedules.
community center NEW Sunrise Yoga Class Added A NEW Sunrise Yoga class, focused on classical Indian yoga, 5:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, is now available. Pricing varies. For more information: ACC Community Center front desk.
Yoga for Youth With an emphasis on mind and body for youth, ages 7 to 11, Deborah Leinenweber, a certified instructor trained in Bangalore, India, will take students through various stages of yoga in a NEW workshop series. Participants will learn how to relax, and develop a strong foundation; the 10 steps of Suryanamaskara, flexibility, and breathing; “Yoga Animals” Asana Practice; and balancing poses. Wear loose, light, comfortable clothing, and no heavy meals before class. Yoga mats are available. Prior to registration, parents of children with health issues need to consult with the instructor. Offered Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:45-5:30 p.m., workshops start Tuesday, April 2. Cost: $40. For more information: ACC Community Center front desk.
challenging game of tennis; Monday, April 29May 23. Days, times, and cost vary per class.
Adult Tennis Improve your stroke, perfect your serve, and get a great cardio workout with these adult tennis programs:
• Cardio Tennis Saturdays, 8–9 a.m. Cost: $10 drop-in
• Beginner/Stroke Development Tuesdays, 7–8 p.m. Cost: $60 per month
• Drop-In Leagues Tuesdays or Thursdays, 7 p.m., and Fridays, 9 a.m. Cost: $2 – includes can of tennis balls.
Thank You to this 2013 Anthem Days Sponsor
SPORTS Adult Leagues There are plenty of opportunities offered through the ACC Community Center for adults to get into the game! Register now for: • Men’s Softball – Begins April 9 Tuesdays, 6:30–10 p.m., ages 18 years+. Register by April 4. Cost: $600/team. • Men’s Flag Football – Begins May 6 Mondays, 8-10 p.m., ages 18 years+. Register by May 1. Cost: $250/team. In addition, there are open, year-round leagues for basketball, roller hockey, soccer, ultimate Frisbee, and volleyball.
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TENNIS Kid’s After School Tennis Children of all ages and levels can improve their motor skills and technique with a For more information: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com, 623-879-3011.
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For More ACC Community Center Programs & Activities
Check out your New Summer (mailed in March) ACC Community Center Activity Guide for more detailed information about all ACC Community Center programs and activities: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/activityguide-registration.
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Forms. Each item is supported by our covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC & Rs); guidelines; policies; and principles of good neighborliness.
Unauthorized Gate Access Policy and Penalties In February, the ACCCA Board of Directors adopted a new Gate Entry and Exit Policy to ensure that individuals who violate gate entry access rules are identified, fined, and subject to claims for damages. Vehicles that attempt to enter side-by-side, parallel to another vehicle; enter through an exit gate or damage property in the attempt to enter will be identified and the owners subject to a $150 fine for the first violation and $500 for a subsequent violation. In addition, owners will be required to pay for any damage to equipment or landscaping incurred as a result of the attempted entry, and a transponder associated with the vehicle may be deactivated. For more information: www. onlineatanthem.com/country-club.
Vendor Transponders Traffic at the manned gates continues to be busy. In addition to using QuickPass®, you can help move traffic along by encouraging the vendors who come to your home on a regular basis to purchase a transponder. This will enable them to have access to the community through all four gates and help relieve some of the long waits at the manned entries during key periods of the day. The application fee is $25, renewable annually, and $25 for each transponder purchased. Applications are available at the community office, or you can print one from the Transponder/QuickPass® tab: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/country-club.
Key Things for Residents to Know The committees and staff supporting the ACCCA have drafted a list of the 13 “Important Rules You Should Know” about living in our community and maintaining your home and neighborhood. These reminders are listed in the latest edition of the ACCCA News and are also posted online at www.OnlineAtAnthem. com/country-club, under Documents and
April ACCCA Board of Directors Meeting Plan to attend the Board meeting at the Ironwood Country Club, 7 p.m. Thursday, April 25. The Board will officially constitute the new Board and committee structure for the coming year, hear committee reports, and consider recommendations presented. A few of the projects now underway and to be reported on or considered for action include stop sign placement, bench locations along major pathways, refurbishing monument signs, and this year’s road maintenance. Another feature of this meeting is the recognition of volunteers for their service to both the Country Club community and the Anthem community as a whole. All residents are encouraged to attend. For more information: Jody Cote, ACCCA Community Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org, www. OnlineAtAnthem.com/country-club, 623-742-4561.
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Parkside Launches New Logo The Parkside Community Association introduced a new logo last month at the Anthem Days Parkside booth. Many residents stopped by to receive a free water bottle displaying the logo. The new logo provides an excellent representation of the great community we call “home.” We welcome your feedback at email@example.com. Parkside residents can pick up their free water bottle at the HOA office. Quantities are limited while supplies last. You are encouraged to call ahead.
Keep an Eagle Eye on Neighborhood Parks Help protect our beautiful park resources by getting involved and keeping an eye out. As a resident or park patron, you are in a unique position to both enjoy and protect our parks.
While we do our best to keep a close watch on activities, we cannot be everywhere, all the time. You are encouraged to report suspicious or illegal activity in progress to either the Sheriff’s Office or the Phoenix Police Department.
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Additionally, you can report park vandalism, maintenance, or other issues by calling the Parkside Community Association. Your action of reporting allows law enforcement and Parkside to be proactive in addressing concerns. The benefits for doing your part will be evident by:
Welcome Ken Martin, new Village Community Manager. Contact him at: kemartin@aamaz. com, www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/villagecondos, 602-395-2736.
• A reduction in negative incidents • A reduction in repair and restoration costs for facilities and equipment • Increased safety for children and patrons • Increased community pride Although your eyes and ears are a valuable crime prevention tool, please never put yourself or others at risk. Do not take matters into your own hands. Report all Suspicious Activity
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• Vandalism/Non-Emergency: Parkside Community Association, 623-742-6050
Jody Cote, Community Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 623-742-4561
• Suspicious Activities: Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), 623-876-1011 (East side of Anthem); Phoenix Police Department, 602-262-6151 (West side of Anthem)
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• Emergency: 911
Stay Connected with Parkside! To continue effective communications between the Parkside Community Association and its residents, Parkside offers the following ways to stay informed of activities and projects within the Parkside community. • e-News e-News is an electronic newsletter providing highlights of Parkside community news, services, reminders, tips, and more. Sign-up at: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/signup-e-news • Facebook Parkside Community Association: www.facebook.com/ ParksideHomeownersAssociation For more information: Annette McCarthy, Parkside Community Manager, amccarthy@ aamaz.com, www.OnlineAtAnthem.com/ parkside, 623-742-6004.
Annette McCarthy, Community Manager email@example.com 623-742-6004
Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners Ken Martin, Community Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 602-395-2736 Anthem Community Council (ACC) 623-742-6050 email@example.com
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STARGUARD LIFEGUARD TRAINING
GO GREEN RECYCLING EVENT
April 3 4 p.m. ACC Community Center Lap Pool
April 20 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. ACC Community Center Parking Lot
ACC BOARD MEETING (RESCHEDULED)
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April 4 6:30 p.m. ACC Community Center
April 24 6:30 p.m. ACC Community Center * New Board members seated
HIKE-PACKARD TRAIL April 6 6 a.m. Meet at ACC Community Center
ACC COMMUNITY CENTER OPEN HOUSE & SUMMER REGISTRATION April 6 9 a.m. – Noon ACC Community Center
ACCCA BOARD MEETING April 25 7 p.m. Ironwood Country Club Ballroom * New Board members seated For more information on these events: www.OnlineAtAnthem.com.
YOUTH VOLLEYBALL BEGINS April 6 11 a.m. ACC Community Center Gym
YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL BEGINS
FOR MORE ACC AND HOA EVENT AND MEETING INFORMATION:
April 8 6 p.m. ACC Community Park Fields
YOUTH SOCCER BEGINS April 8 8 a.m. ACC Community Park Soccer Fields
YOUTH ROLLER HOCKEY BEGINS
www.OnlineAtAnthem.com SUBMIT YOUR COMMUNITY EVENTS TO THE ACC ONLINE MEETING & EVENT CALENDAR:
April 8 6 p.m. ACC Community Park Hockey Rink
MEN’S SOFTBALL BEGINS April 16 6:30 p.m. ACC Community Park Softball Fields
OPERATION HOPE-ANTHEM FAMILY DAY PRESENTATION #2 April 17 6:30 p.m. ACC Community Center
HIKE-MT. PEELEY SUMMIT April 20 6 a.m. Meet at ACC Community Center
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Anthem Community Center Main Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-879-3011 Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 a.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Daisy Mountain Railroad Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday – Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Southwest Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-861-1999
School District Deer Valley Unified School District . . . . 623-445-5000 Transportation Department . . . . . . . 602-467-5090
Preschool & Kindergarten Anthem Community Center Preschool . . . 623-879-3005 Caepe Preschool, The . . . . . . . . . . . 623-551-7808 Creative Castle Preschool & Kindergarten . . 623-551-8013 DVUSD Family Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . 623-445-3941
Anthem Golf & Country Club . . . . . . . . 623-742-6200 Ironwood Country Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-551-2296 Maintenance Request Line . . . . . . . . . 623-879-3052
Anthem Elementary School . . . . . . . 623-376-3700 Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-376-3790 Anthem Preparatory Academy . . . . . 623-465-4776 Archway Classical Academy . . . . . . .623-465-4776 Caurus Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-551-5083 Caepe School, The . . . . . . . . . . . 623-551-7808 Canyon Springs School . . . . . . . . . 623-376-5200 Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-376-5290 Diamond Canyon Elementary School . . 623-445-8000 Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-445-8090 Gavilan Peak Elementary School . . . 623-445-7400 Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-445-7490 New River Elementary . . . . . . . . 623-376-3500 North Valley Christian Academy . . . . 623-551-3454
Anthem Neighborhood Watch . . firstname.lastname@example.org Anthem Firewise . . . . . email@example.com Anthem Pets Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . 480-287-3542 Daisy Mountain Fire Department . . . . . . 623-465-7400 John C. Lincoln Urgent Care . . . . . . . . . . 623-434-6444 North Valley Regional Library . . . . . . 602-652-3000 Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department . . 602-876-1011 Phoenix Police Non-Emergency Crime Stop . . 602-262-6151 North Valley Posse . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-456-2767 United States Post Office (Anthem Branch) . . .623-551-7950
Anthem Preparatory Academy . . . . 623-465-4776 Boulder Creek High School . . . . . . 623-445-8600 Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-445-8690
Anthem Community Council . . . . . . . . . . . 623-742-6050 ACCCA Resident Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . 623-742-6030 Parkside Resident Assistance . . . . . . . . 623-742-4562 Villages Resident Assistance . . . . . . . . . 602-288-2687 After Hours Maintenance/ Landscape Emergencies . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-721-6271 Maintenance Request Line . . . . . . . . . . 623-879-3019 Vandalism/Graffiti Reporting . . . . . . . . 623-879-3060
Anthem Country Club
Utilities Republic Services (East of I-17) . . . . . . . . 602-237-2078 Arizona Public Service (APS) . . . . . . . . 602-371-7171 Century Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-266-1700 Cox Communications . . . . . . . . . . 623-594-1000 City of Phoenix Solid Waste (West of I-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-262-7251 City of Phoenix Water Services (West of I-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-262-6251 EPCOR Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-383-0834
Religious Services Arizona Hills Community Church . . . 623-465-0202 Calvary Chapel Desert Hills . . . . . 623-434-5060 Canyon Church . . . . . . . . . . . . 623-551-3175 Christ’s Church at the Crossroads . . . 623-466-7964 Chabad of Anthem . . . . . . . . . . 623-551-8348 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints . . 623-465-0263 Cross of Christ Lutheran Church . . . . 623-551-9851 Fellowship Church of Anthem . . . . . 623-551-1144 Grace North Church. . . . . . . . . 623-551-0007 Hosanna Christian Fellowship . . . . . 623-512-6213 North Valley Assembly of God . . . . . 623-256-2408 North Valley Jewish Community Association. . 623-322-0957 Pioneer United Methodist Church . . . 623-551-0999 Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne . . . 623-465-9740 Sun Valley Baptist Church . . . . . . 623-986-1687 Vineyard Church at Anthem . . . . . 623-551-1133