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Council News


Community Center News

Anthem Civic Building Project Update

ACC Announces Winners of 2012 Inaugural Business Award Program

Father/Daughter Sweetheart Dance

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Communications & Public Affairs Director Shannon Wallace Art Direction Christi Bielstein Strategic Design Contributing Writers Jenna Kollings Barb Evans Anthem Country Club Community Association Anthem Parkside Community Association Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners Web Manager Jerad Shepard Contact ACC 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 copyright 2013. For additional community information:

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January 2013

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Happy New Year and Welcome! Happy New Year and welcome to the new Anthem Community Council (ACC) Resource Guide, your guide to ACC news and information. We hope, as you embark on all of your new years’ projects, initiatives, and resolutions, that 2013 will continually find you and yours happy and healthy. As part of a Board directive and our own communications initiative, the ACC is pleased to present to you this month, the first-ever Anthem Community Council Resource Guide. This new publication includes information about programs and services offered by the ACC, as well as pertinent business- and HOA-related information. A new issue of this guide will be sent to you, in the mail, on a monthly basis in an effort to increase our community outreach and awareness, and provide all forms of proactive communication resources to Anthem residents and businesses. We hope you will find this new communications tool helpful as you take advantage of the programs, services, and events the ACC offers throughout the year. We look forward to sharing with you the exciting opportunities and new horizons that every New Year brings; and hope that you will continue to enjoy the prosperity that the Anthem community has to offer. For an online version of this Resource Guide, or for additional community information, you can always visit our website at

Jenna R. Kollings, Community Executive Officer Anthem Community Council

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Council News


Business News


Community Center News


HOA News

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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.

Anthem General Board Elections Information: Call for Candidacy Election season is upon us and that means seats on various Boards need to be filled. Boards of Directors within the Anthem community consist of: • Anthem Community Council (ACC) • Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA) • Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA) • Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners • Anthem Golf & Country Club (ClubCorp) Board of Governors – open only to Country Club property owners Voting for all Anthem community Boards of Directors this year begins on February 25. “Call for Candidates” is scheduled to begin January 21. Homeowners interested in running for an open Board seat should contact their respective Homeowners Associations: Country Club, (Jody Cote, 623-742-4561, jcote@aamaz. com); Parkside, (Annette McCarthy, 623742-6004,; or the Village, (Jennifer Lundmark, 602-288-2687, Below is a guide that outlines which seats each HOA will be seeking to fill in Spring 2013: • Residents living in Country Club can run for either the ACCCA Board (2 open seats), or the ACC Board (1 open seat). • Residents living in Parkside can run for either the APCA Board (4 open seats), or the ACC Board (1 open seat). • Residents living in the Village can run for the Village Board (5 open seats). The Village seat on the ACC Board is not open this year. More detailed information about each respective HOA election is outlined in the HOA section of this Resource Guide. Information about all the HOAs can be found at

Anthem Civic Building Project Update Following an extensive evaluation process that involved proposals from 13 firms, interviews and reference checks, the ACC Board approved an agreement with Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) to provide construction management services for the Civic Building renovation project. RLB is a leader in the construction management industry and was awarded the job based on their qualifications, expertise and understanding of this important community project. In addition, a design-build RFQ was issued in November. Design-build interviews are being conducted this month, and the ACC will present a final recommendation to the Board at their January 23 Board meeting. The civic building is designed to be a community multi-purpose facility providing a welcome center; social, educational, and entertainment opportunities; as well as an MCSO sub-station; and additional office space for ACC and HOA staff.

Deputy Bill Coleman Field to be Designated At their November 2012 ACC Board of Directors meeting, the Board approved naming Anthem Community Park Little League Field #1 (LL1) as “Coleman Field”, in honor of the late MCSO Deputy William “Bill” Coleman, who was shot and killed on January 8, 2012, while responding to a burglary call in Anthem. A dedication ceremony is being planned for a date to be determined in March 2013, in conjunction with the Coleman family, and to allow time to order and install a special dedication plaque and scoreboard sign to commemorate this honor.

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January 2013


council Dinner Makes a Difference - Anthem Family Day Series Aims to Provide Drug Education Tools for Youth and Parents Brought to you by the Anthem Community Council, Community Bridges, Maricopa County Sherriff’s Office (MCSO), and the City of Phoenix, the Anthem community is invited and encouraged to participate in the first of a four-part series that aims to help keep Anthem kids substance free. Entitled “Anthem Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with your Children,” this program is modeled around National Family Day, a national movement that fosters engagement between kids and parents. This local initiative offers the following educational and awareness events, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the ACC Community Center, 41130 N. Freedom Way: • January 24, 2013 – Introduction to Family Day & Drug Education Presentation • April 17, 2013 – Operation Hope • September 19, 2013 – National Family Day • December 12, 2013 – Drug Awareness Community Panel Child care will be offered to parents for the duration of the presentation. Pizza and beverages will be provided. To RSVP for the January presentation or to get on a mailing list: To learn more about Family Day:


proclamation.pdf. During this week, the ACC will be working with various organizations to encourage and support community activities that recognize and honor first responders.

Anthem Veterans Memorial Receives Third Commendation Celebrating its one-year anniversary this past November, the Anthem Veterans Memorial (AVM) has added a third commendation to its growing list of recognitions as one of Arizona’s most notable tributes to our nation’s veterans. On October 27, 2012, the AVM accepted the American Consulting Engineers Companies (ACEC) 2012 Grand Award for “Best Engineering and Environmental Consulting Project.” To date, the Anthem Veterans Memorial has received the following honors and awards: • ACEC 2012 Grand Award – Best Engineering and Environmental Consulting Project – American Consulting Engineers Companies • Arizona Public Works Project of the Year Award 2012 – Arizona Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) • Historic Marker Designation 2012 – Arizona Historical Society For more information about the Anthem Veterans Memorial or how to make a donation to the AVM:

Anthem First Responders Appreciation Days Planned for 2013 In an effort to honor and support the first responders who are dedicated to the protection of life and property in Anthem and surrounding communities, the ACC Board of Directors proclaimed March 2-10, 2013, as “Anthem First Responders Appreciation Days” at their November 2012 meeting: files/first-responders-appreciation-days-

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Join Anthem Neighborhood Watch

ANW Dog Parade February 9, 2013

A neighborhood watch is a special group of volunteers who work with local law enforcement agencies to help reduce crime and vandalism in a community. The Anthem Neighborhood Watch (ANW) works as an affiliate group, under the Anthem Community Council (ACC), and is charged with collaborating with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), the Phoenix Police Department, the North Valley Posse, and the Daisy Mountain Fire District, to help inform and educate Anthem residents on ways to prevent and reduce crime in the community.

Burglars dislike barking dogs. When a dog starts barking for unusual reasons, it can potentially help stop or prevent a burglary. On Saturday, Feb. 9, Anthem Neighborhood Watch (ANW) will celebrate all “watchdogs,” and their owners, at the ANW Dog Parade, at 11 a.m., in the ACC Community Park, 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway. In conjunction with the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition (PACC911) Pet Adopt-AThon event, residents are encouraged to dress up and “parade” their dogs to compete in the best watch dog costume, best owner/dog lookalike, best trickster, and best criminal costume contests. Prizes will be awarded.

In order to keep crime down in the community, ANW encourages you to support local law enforcement by keeping an eye and ear out in your neighborhood. If you see or hear any suspicious activity in your neighborhood, report it to the appropriate phone number. • Emergency Police, Fire, Ambulance: 9-1-1 • Anthem West (west of I-17) Non-

emergency City of Phoenix Police:

602-262-6151, policereport/index.html • Anthem East (east of I-17)

Non-emergency Maricopa County Sheriff Office: 602-876-1011,

The more actively involved you are, the more collaborative your community becomes; and the more successful the ANW program can be at helping to reduce crime, vandalism, and graffiti in the Anthem community. To learn more about ANW volunteer opportunities:, or email AnthemWatch@

To register your family dog to participate in the parade contest, download the registration form at and submit to Registration runs from Jan. 7 to Feb. 6, 2013. For more information about the Phoenix Animal Care Coalition:

Crimes of Opportunity Every 15.4 seconds, a home is broken into in the U.S. Protect your home from criminal intrusion by: • keeping your garage closed when unattended. • keeping your vehicle doors locked and windows closed at all times. • never leaving valuables inside an unattended vehicle. For more crime prevention tips:

For more information about ANW: anthem-neighborhood-watch,

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ACC Announces Winners of 2012 Inaugural Business Award Program

ACC Defines “Drug Paraphernalia”

New Commercial Code & Business Specialist Joins ACC

Anthem Commerce Park, 4220 W. Summit Walk Ct., Ste. 1201 Offers new and used children’s furniture, bedding, and baby equipment, as well as books, toys, clothing, and more. For more information: 541-852-3816,

In an effort to regulate the sale of drug The Anthem Community Council (ACC) is proud to paraphernalia in the Anthem community, ACC announce the 2012 ACC Business Awards winners: provides supplemental declarations to the CCRE’s for the Anthem Commerce Park to prohibit “a • Musical Theater of Anthem (MTA) - Exterior facility for the sale of drug paraphernalia.” In Commercial Property Improvements July of this year, to further clarify the issue of • State Farm Insurance Agent, Justin Simons “what is drug paraphernalia?”, the ACC Board Excellence in Community Service of Directors passed a resolution to define “drug This program, in its inaugural year, complements paraphernalia” and to regulate the sale of the Board’s economic development initiative by drug paraphernalia overall – prohibiting the recognizing efforts of local businesses to support sale of drugs on any lot, including marijuana. A copy of the Resolution can be found at: www. the vibrancy of Anthem, and encouraging future reinvestments within the community. To qualify, nominees must be Anthem based, assessmentpaying, non-residential property owner, tenant, Welcome New Businesses or home-based businesses. Winners were ACC would like to welcome the following new announced at the December Business Holiday businesses that now call Anthem “home”: Reception event that was jointly hosted by the ACC and the Anthem North Gateway Chamber of Commerce (ANGCC).

In October, the Anthem Community Council hired Rona Reznick as its new Commercial Code & Business Specialist. Her main focus is to serve as a resource for the Anthem local business community in areas of signage, architectural design, code enforcement; education on networking, partnership, and program opportunities; working with local property owners to ensure that all activities on commercial properties are in compliance with ACC rules and regulations. Rona can be reached at, 623-742-6010.

Anthem Marketplace, 3655 W. Anthem Way Restaurant offering breakfast and lunch with fresh, wholesome, organic ingredients. For more information: 623-551-2276,

On-site Advertising Policy ACC strives to support and promote local commerce throughout Anthem. Recognizing the need of non-residential entities to advertise, ACC has established guidelines for advance requests to permit temporary display of advertising devices, such as A-frames and banners. These guidelines can be found at: sites/default/files/commercial-properties-on-siteadvertising-policy.pdf.


Anthem Commerce Park, 42104 N. Venture Court, C-114 Offers customized skin care, peels, micro-dermabrasion, dermakinetics, dermaplaning, massage, body scrubs, and body wraps. For more information: 623-853-5483, For a list of businesses within the Anthem Community: business-directory

For more information: Rona Reznick, Commercial Code & Business Specialist,, 623-742-6010. January 2013

community center Welcome to the ACC Community Center The ACC Community Center and Community Park provides a variety of amenities, and we invite you to take advantage of all we offer:

Indoor: • Day Care • Health & Fitness Classes • Indoor Basketball/Volleyball Court • Lounging Area/Ping Pong Table • Meeting Room Space • Workout Facility with Free-weight and Exercise Equipment • Personal Training • Rock Climbing Wall • Women’s & Men’s Locker Rooms and Showers

Outdoor: • Adventure Park • Amphitheater • Baseball/Softball/ Soccer Fields • Daisy Mountain Railroad • Outdoor Basketball/Sand Volleyball/ Tennis Courts • Outdoor Pool Area (includes: Big Splash Water Park, diving well, and lap, leisure, and wading pools) • Picnic Ramadas • Skate Park/Roller Hockey In addition, we offer youth and adult sports and activities, and a variety of health and fitness programs. For more information: www., 623-879-3011, or stop by the ACC Community Center front desk.

Babysitters – Earn your Babysitting Safety Card! Twelve to 16-year-olds can earn their Babysitting Safety Card at this nationally recognized program that covers child safety and basic care for infants and children on Saturday, Jan. 12, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., and on Saturday, Feb. 2, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Cost: $55 per class. For more information: Jennifer Bowen, Manager of Children’s Programs,, 623-879-3016.


Health & Fitness for All Ages The following are just a few of the many health & fitness programs offered for every age during the month of January and early February. Sign up soon, as these programs fill up quickly. • Hiking: Join us for three different hikes in January and early February to: Rainbow Valley, Bluff Spring Mountain, and Pass Mountain. Cost range: $18-$23 • Kung Fu for Adults/ Kung Fu for Kids (7 – 15 years)/Kung Fu for Tots (3 – 6 years): This class teaches self defense, balance, and power, with disciplines for mind and body. Cost range: $58-$81 • Parent/Teen Fitness Certification (12 – 13 years): Parents and teens will be guided by a certified trainer and will review regulations of the fitness floor, safe exercises, and general fitness information. February 2, 9 a.m. – Noon. Cost: $25 For more information: Michelle Collins, Assistant Community Center Director,, 623-879-3027.

Adults & Youth League Sports Get into your game with the following leagues that offer something for all ages and skill levels. • Adult Flag Football: Features a 10-game double-header season, with double elimination tournament. Registration deadline is January 30, 2013. Adult League begins February 4. Cost: $250 per team • Adult Co-recreational Softball: Features round-robin doubleheader schedule with double elimination tournament (14 game guarantee). Wednesdays, 7 – 9 p.m., February 6 – March 24. Registration deadline is February 1, 2013. Cost: $525 per team • Basketball (5 – 14 years): Players are grouped according to age and ability. Practices start week of Jan. 28. Games begin February 2. Registration deadline is January 28, 2013. Cost: $80 • Tee-Ball (3 – 6 years): Players are grouped according to age and ability. Games begin February 2. Registration deadline is January 28, 2013. Cost: $80 For more information: Rick Klein, Sports Manager,, 623-879-3002. ACC Resource Guide 9

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Tennis Everyone!

Improve your aerobic and cardiovascular fitness while maintaining higher energy levels with a game of tennis. • Adult Cardio Tennis: Go at your own pace in this high-energy and exciting cardio workout. Players will hit hundreds of balls while working out to music hits. All tennis levels welcome. Saturdays, 8 a.m. • Adult Beginner/Stroke Development: For the player who has never picked up a racquet or those who want to develop their strokes. Tuesdays, 7 p.m. • Tiny Tots (3 – 7 years): For those just starting out. • Future Stars (7 – 11 years): For the young ones whose skills are developing and promising. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:40 p.m. For more information: Cheryl Barnett, Tennis Instructor,, 602-549-2017.

Dance and Gymnastics with the AZ Sunrays Get your little ones to tumble, tap, and hip-hop with the AZ Sunrays at some of the following classes offered during the month of January 2013: • Gymnastics: Tumble Tots (18 months – 3 years); Rising Stars (3 – 5 years); Tumbling Prep (6 – 9 years). Cost ranges: $60 - $105.


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• Dance Thursdays: Learn arabesque, chasse, and ninja walks in Jazz and Ballet Combo (3 – 5 years); Hip Hop (6 – 9 years); Ballet (6 – 9 years). Cost: $105. For more information: Kevin Shaffer, Community Center Director, kshaffer@, 623-879-3003.

Father/Daughter Sweetheart Dance Dads and Grand-dads…bring your little girls to the Sweetheart Dance for a special night of fun and enchantment on Friday, Feb. 8, from 6 – 8 p.m., at the ACC Community Center. Enjoy music, dancing, an ice-cream bar, and more. Registration deadline is Feb. 7, 2013. Cost: $10 per couple. For more information: Jennifer Bowen, Manager of Children’s Programs,, 623-879-3016.

Temporary Swimming Offer While the ACC Community Center pool is closed for deck resurfacing during portions of January and February, BelaRosa Apartments would like to offer Anthem residents a 10-punch pass for $20, for the use of their pool. Offer valid only through BelaRosa Apartments during the Community Center pool closure. Punch card must be purchased at BelaRosa Apartments Office, 3825 W. Anthem Way. For more information: BelaRosa Business Manager, Adam Berger, 623-551-6616,

community center Day Camps Offered

Sign your student(s) up for an upcoming daycamp, and they’ll enjoy a fun-filled day of arts and crafts, sports, games, rock climbing, and more. Bring a sack lunch. Cost: $35 per camp • MLK Jr. Day Camp – Monday, Jan. 21. Registration deadline is January 14. • February Day Camp – Wednesday, Feb. 6. Registration deadline is January 30. For more information: Jennifer Bowen, Manager of Children’s Programs, jbowen@, 623-879-3016.

Math & Reading Tutoring Offered by the Bookworm Project Parents, starting in early January, your struggling student can get extra help with homework and become more successful at school with math and reading tutoring provided by the Bookworm Project. Each 50-minute class provides enrichment activities to encourage and support developmentally appropriate understanding of key concepts. Cost: $100 for four classes. Classes offered to 2nd – 6th grade students, depending on subject. For more information: Jennifer Bowen, Manager of Children’s Programs,, 623879-3016. For more information about the Bookworm Project: www.bookwormprojectaz. com,


Community Center Memberships

The ACC Community Center offers a VIP Fitness Membership for $69 which includes: • One adult and up to two children • Unlimited group fitness classes • Adventure Club To sign up for a VIP Fitness Membership or for more information, call 623-879-3027,, to make an appointment.

ACC Community Fitness Center Tours Questions about the equipment in the Fitness Center? New to the Community Center? The ACC Community Center offers free equipment orientations to residents. Book your basic 30-minute orientation with one of our certified personal trainers. For more information: 623-879-3027, mcollins@, or stop by the ACC Community Center front desk.

Be sure to check out your ACC Community Center Activity Guide for more detailed information about all ACC Community Center programs and activities: www.OnlineAtAnthem. com/activity-guide-registration.

For more information:, 623-879-3011.

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Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA)

Call for Country Club 2013 Board Candidates It’s that time of year again when boards and committees encourage residents to help in the community’s governance by running for open positions on one of three Boards of Directors. For Country Club elections, the following Board seats are open: • Anthem Community Council (ACC) Board – 1 open seat

Post-Holiday Reminders The ACCCA hopes that you have enjoyed your holiday season with family and friends. As you move into 2013, please remember to: • Update your QuickPass™ account to remove any temporary visitors or correct any other information. • Remove your outside holiday decorations by January 31.

ACCCA 2013 Board Calendar The ACCCA quarterly Board meetings have been moved to the fourth Thursday of the month to accommodate the inclusion of the most current financial information. The new dates are:

• Anthem Country Club Community Association (ACCCA) Board – 2 open seats

• January 24

• Anthem Golf & Country Club (ClubCorp) Board of Governors – 4 open seats

• July 25

Voting for these Board seats will be combined into one process, and homeowners may submit their votes by paper or electronic ballot. More details about the three Boards, and the responsibilities of each, will be communicated in an initial “Call for Candidates” mailed to Country Club residents by January 21. Country Club residents interested in running for office, or who would like to explore the possibility, should contact ACCCA Community Manager, Jody Cote, 623-742-4561, jcote@ Residents intending to run should request an election packet by contacting the ACCCA office, completing a declaration of candidacy form, and submitting the form to the ACCCA by February 6, 2013. More information on the election will be posted in the February edition of the ACC Resource Guide, in the quarterly ACCCA News, and on the ACCCA election section at www. Mark your calendars: A “Meet the Country Club Candidates” night has been scheduled at Ironwood Clubhouse on February 19. All Country Club candidates for the three Boards will be invited to participate.


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• April 25 • October 24 All meetings are held at Ironwood Country Club, at 7 p.m. Residents are encouraged to attend. Schedules of all committee and board meetings are posted at www. For calendars, news, and information about the upcoming election, home maintenance, safety, design guidelines, and more, click on Homeowners’ Associations/Country Club. For more information: ACCCA Community Manager, Jody Cote, 623-742-4561, jcote@

Anthem Parkside Community Association (APCA)

Call for Parkside 2013 Board Candidates The Anthem Parkside Community Association is currently seeking interested candidates to run for the Anthem Community Council (ACC) and Parkside Community Association Boards of Directors. For Parkside elections, the following Board seats are open: • Anthem Community Council (ACC) Board – 1 open seat

HOA • Parkside Board – 4 open seats (Two of these positions will hold two-year terms, while two of these positions will hold a one-year term.) Voting for these seats will be combined into one process, and homeowners may submit their vote by paper or electronic ballot. Parkside residents interested in running, or who would like additional information, should contact Parkside Community Manager, Annette McCarthy, 623-7426004, For more information about election timelines and an upcoming “Meet the Candidates” night:

Get Involved! As you ring in the New Year, consider setting some time aside to become a more active participant in the Parkside Community. There are many volunteer opportunities available, with a variety of commitment levels. Visit to find a listing of committees offered. Contact Parkside Community Manager, Annette McCarthy,, 623-742-6004, if interested in joining a committee or running for a Board position. If you can’t commit to a committee, stay informed by attending the regular Parkside Board of Directors meetings, held the third Thursday every even month, at 7 p.m., at the ACC Community Center.

Post Holiday Reminders The Parkside Community Association hopes everyone had a wonderful holiday season with their family and friends. As you start the New Year, please remember to: • Update and/or provide your e-mail address on the website (please make sure to select the option to receive Parkside information) to stay informed of community events. • Remove your outside holiday decorations before January 15.

Park Improvement Project The Anthem Parkside Community Association Board of Directors is committed to the continual upkeep of the community pocket parks. As a result, the Neighborhood Parks


Committee is looking for your ideas as to what you would like to see in the pocket parks. Please e-mail suggestions to the Neighborhood Parks Committee,

Next Board of Directors Meeting The next Anthem Parkside Community Association Board of Directors meeting is Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, at 7 p.m., at the ACC Community Center. All Parkside residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information: Parkside Community Manager, Annette McCarthy, 623-742-6004,

Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners

About The Village The Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners is the Village Condos homeowners’ association. Managed by a board consisting of at least three members, the Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners is the entity responsible for the operation, care, upkeep and maintenance of all of the areas that are the Village Condominium Council of Co-Owners’ responsibility.

Election and Terms Every year an election is held for term-ending Village Board of Directors. Individuals are elected to serve one-year terms. The Village at Anthem Condominium Council of Co-Owners is currently seeking interested candidates to run for the The Village at Anthem Condominium Council of CoOwners Board of Directors. For Village elections, the following Board seats are open: • Village Board – 5 open seats Village residents interested in running, or who would like additional information, should contact Village Community Manager, Jennifer Lundmark, 602-288-2687, jlundmark@ For more information about election timelines and an upcoming “Meet the Candidates” night: (continued on page 14)

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Post Holiday Reminders As you start the New Year, the Village wishes to remind its residents to: • Update your contact information with your Community Manager. • Remove your outside holiday decorations before January 15.

Quarterly Meetings The regular Village at Anthem Condominiums Council of Co-Owners meetings are held quarterly, at 6:30 p.m., at the ACC Community Center. The next meeting is scheduled for Jan.


January 2013

22, 2013. Residents are encouraged to attend and get involved in issues that affect the Village at Anthem Condominium community. For more information: Village Community Manager, Jennifer Lundmark, 602-288-2687,

meeting & event ANTHEM NEIGHBOHOOD WATCH MEETING Jan. 3 1 p.m. ACC Community Center ANTHEM NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH DOG PARADE REGISTRATION Jan. 21 – Feb. 6 Register your family dog to participate in the Feb 9, 2013 dog parade


HOLIDAY DECORATION REMOVAL DEADLINES Parkside – Jan. 15 Country Club – Jan. 30 The Village – Jan. 15 For more event and meeting information:

CHILDCARE AND BABYSITTING SAFETY Jan. 19 (register by Jan. 14) 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. ACC Community Center MLK JR. DAY CAMP Jan. 21 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. ACC Community Center CALL FOR BOARD OF DIRECTOR CANDIDATES Jan. 21 VILLAGE AT ANTHEM COUNCIL OF CO-OWNERS MEETING Jan. 22 6:30 p.m. ACC Community Center – Game Room ACC BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Jan. 23 6:30 p.m. ACC Community Center FAMILY DAY & DRUG EDUCATION – INTRODUCTION Jan. 24 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. ACC Community Center ACCCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Jan. 24 7 p.m. Ironwood Country Club Ballroom

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Anthem Community Center

School District

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.

Deer Valley Unified School District . . . . 623-445-5000 Transportation Department . . . . . . . 602-467-5090

Daisy Mountain Railroad Monday – Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed Saturday – Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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

Elementary Resident Assistance

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

Public Service

High School

Anthem Neighborhood Watch . . Anthem Firewise . . . . . 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 Southwest Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 602-861-1999

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 . . . . . 623-374-7739 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

ACC Resource Guide - January 2013  

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