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United Way Seeks Buckeye Volunteers to End and Prevent Homelessness Valley of the Sun United Way is seeking volunteers to help end and prevent homelessness during a November 12 Project Connect event to be held at First Southern Baptist Church in Buckeye. “Volunteers play a key role in ending homelessness as guest guides at Project Connect events,” said Amy Schwabenlender, Vice President of Community Impact for Valley of the Sun United Way. “Volunteers also gain a rewarding experience, working one-on-one to transform individual lives.” SEE MORE PAGE 5

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The unofficial election results are in and it looks like the Town of Buckeye has ridden off into the sunset and the City of Buckeye has taken its place. City coffers will also be a bit fuller as both land sale questions look to pass easily. As of this writing, most of our local school districts are all losing after the first counts. There are still many ballots yet to be counted, including provisional ballots and those mail-ins dropped off at the polls. Arlington has an 11.5% YES margin in passing their bond request, but are behind 3% to keep their current funding levels intact. Palo Verde fared badly, and is currently behind 25% to keep their funding levels the same. Liberty is holding their breath as their bond request is currently behind by 17 votes. The Buckeye Union High School District’s bond request is failing by 4.5%. Buckeye Elementary District is also currently behind in trying to keep their funding levels constant for the next 5 years, with the no vote holding a slim 45 vote margin over the YES vote. As in years past, there are still many ballots to be counted, and the districts are awaiting the final tally. Historically, school elections are won at the polling places, with more YES votes than no votes. Maricopa County Elections officials state that voters have until 5pm on Friday to verify their provisional ballots. Vote counts will be updated as needed at http://recorder.maricopa.gov/electionresults/eresults.aspx.

EXCITING NEWS Verlyne Meck to Publisher New Book Buckeye Voters Agree, It’s a City Now, No Longer a ‘Town’ Bob Bushner Buckeye, Ariz. (Nov. 5, 2013) – Sixty percent of voters agreed Tuesday that Buckeye should now be known as a “city” rather than a “town.” According to unofficial early election results, 2,608 voters accepted the recommendation by Buckeye officials that by changing its designation, Buckeye would have a better chance in its economic development efforts and creating new jobs for its residents. Some 1,739 electors didn’t agree with that recommendation. However, Mayor Jackie Meck, a native who has called Buckeye home for more than seven decades, was a proponent of the measure and was pleased with the election results. “This is great news for Buckeye and its residents,” Meck said Tuesday night. “This name change will provide an opportunity to further promote Buckeye as a location for business and industry. “Our goal is to provide new jobs so that our residents can work here and enjoy this quality of life with their families and friends.” Vice Mayor Brian McAchran agreed. “I want to thank our residents for this vote of confidence,” McAchran said. “Being known as a city will enhance our economic development efforts and will assist us as our community grows.” The change to the City of Buckeye, named one of the fastest growing suburbs a few years ago by Forbes Magazine and has been recognized as the ninth-fastest growing community in the nation, can help raise the profile of the community, supporters of the move believe. Page 5

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On November 3rd, 2013 the Team TSDLYB and the Buckeye Valley News with Rhonda Costa, hit the streets again to feed the homeless in Phoenix. Included also was Champion Ray Lightning Jr. Lampkin, Professional Boxer and Champion Amazing Ariel Arismendez, Amateur Boxer and Olympic hopeful. We had a great day, handing out 300 t-shirts donated by Rhonda Costa and homemade burritos and cookies were also served. Ariel will be donating her time in Buckeye AZ in December as well. Thank you to everyone! We feed the homeless first week in every month. If you would like to get involved please contact us at thestreetsdontloveyouback@gmail.com. Photos by Twin Flame Images and Productions, Rhonda Costa


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Straight From The Bible Submitted by: Susan Laurita Garden City

“And God is able to shower all kinds of blessings on you. In all things and at all times, you will have everything you need.” 2 Cor. 9:8

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Community Church of Buckeye A United Methodist Church

Daniel Maynard, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Worship-11:00 am & 6:00 pm Thursday prayer meeting & children’s ministry 6:00pm Old Highway 80, 1/2 mile west of Palo Verde

Pastor Bob Lind

Worship Schedule Sunday Morning 9am Sunday Church School 10:15 am Holy Communion First Sundays

623.393.9628

8:30 am Adult Sunday School 10:00 am Morning Worship 10:00 am Children’s Sunday School

Welcome to Our Church

“Come to the Feast “ 101 N Apache Rd./ PO Box 781 Buckeye, *623.3866708

810 Eason Ave Buckeye 623.386.2674 ccobumc@qwestoffice.net

NO PERFECT PEOPLE ALLOWED

Grace Fellowship Church

Worship at 9:00 & 10:45 a.m.

1300 N Miller Rd. Buckeye, AZ 85326

Verrado High School auditorium (20050 W. Indian School Rd.) Nursery and Children's Church (birth-5th grade) provided both services Youth (6th-12th grade) during the 10:45 service www.summitcc.org

(623) 393-8386 Pastor Jon Brecke

WORSHIP TIMES 9:00 am and 10:35 am

Notes from Out of the Past 1963 (50 YEARS AGO) Rodeo Queen Terry Martin is crowned. Competing against top ranked cowboys throughout the west, the team of Carl and Art Arnold win the calf-roping event at the 17th annual Helzapoppin Rodeo. First BES Honor Roll lists 28 as getting straight A’s. Roy Deans host a “hobo” party for 12 year old Siouxan. 1973 (40 YEARS AGO) Woman’s Club 50th anniversary to be celebrated. The Buckeye Valley Rescue responds to 22 calls made in October. The Buckeye Rebekahs and Odd Fellows hold a reception for the new State Assembly President, Pat Coker. 1983 (30 YEARS AGO) Helzapoppin Rodeo Queen is Chris Glendenning. The Halloween Carnival was an outstanding success raising $7848. Phyllis Morris retires from the Buckeye Post Office after 16 years of service. Named to the high school football All- Division Team 1st Team Offense: Steve Brito, Scott Richardson, Curt McGlasson and Mike Patterson, 1st Team Defense: Curt McGlasson, Jeff Webb and Scott Morse. Award Night at the Buckeye Valley Masonic Lodge, receiving a 50 year Award and pin is Brother William G. Simmons. 1993 (20 YEARS AGO) World famous Budweiser Clydesdales to appear at Helzapoppin Rodeo. BUHS Hawks band receives superior rating at Band Day at Eastern Arizona College. A candle lighting in remembrance of Kay Blanton is held at dusk at the Buckeye Library. 2003 (20 YEARS AGO) Henry Pelham celebrates his 90th birthday. Three members of the Buckeye Lions Club visits the 1st grade at BES. David Duncan, Rick Duncan and Keith Lawson presented each child with an American Flag.

From Out Of The Past: The Buckeye Valley News Archives Questions call:

623-349-6312 or 623-349-6315.

This Weeks’s Photo: Thank you for your help, readers & viewers we sure appreciate it.

Guess Who? These are photos that we have with no names. So, we are trying to identify them through the newspaper and Facebook. We welcome all information you can give us on who the people are in this photo.

LAST WEEK PHOTO. Sent in by Darlene Terry. Darlene Terry, Gladys Colville, Sherry Smith Clucas, TEXAS HOLD’EM POKER TOURNEMENT November 16th, 2013 6:00pm-9:00pm St. Henry’s Church Gall (Downtown) 128 S 3rd St Buckeye, AZ 85326 Contact Greg Green at 602-432-4032 or Steve Davis at 623.386.7288 Holiday House Handmade Items Raffles Silent Craft Vendors Sun, November 17th 9am to 3pm24750 W Lower Buckeye Road (just west of Younker High Sch.

Douglas Edward Parker

In Loving Memory of Douglas Edward Parker Sr. “Blue Boy”, Seventy one years old, born 5/10/42 left us 10/25/13. He moved to Arizona in 1961 from Fayetteville N.C. A farmer in Arlington and Tonopah for 32 years before retiring. Leaving behind five children, Nancy Early, Donna Moreno, Douglas Parker Jr., Donald Parker all from Buckeye and Steven Parker of Fayetteville N.C. Twenty four grandchildren, twenty three great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of

Billy Gene Kemp February 4th, 1929 - November 1, 2013

Billy Gene Kemp, 84, of Buckeye, Arizona, passed away early Friday morning, November 1, 2013. Bill devoted his life to his family and career. He married his soul mate, Billie Jean Finley on September 21, 1946 and they were married for 57 years when Billie passed away in 2004. They grew up and created family roots in Buckeye, AZ raising their 5 children together. Bill had been suffering from Dementia since 2003/2004 and had been under the constant care of the Palm Valley Nursing Home, Alzheimer’s Ward, in Goodyear, Arizona since early 2005. Bill is survived by his Eldest son, Maxwell Gordon Kemp, daughter Cinda Louise Graber, and sons Matthew Lane Kemp, and Quentin Gregory Kemp. He also is survived by 8 grandchildren. Bill had been fighting the Alzheimer’s/Dementia disease for many years. Since there will be no funeral services or viewing, the family asks only for donations to either the Alzheimer’s Association or to Palm Valley Nursing Home, Alzheimer’s Ward, located at 13575 W McDowell Rd, Goodyear, AZ 85395.


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For Immediate Release Buckeye Voters Agree, It’s a City Now, No Longer a ‘Town’

Bob Bushner

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“We feel that being a city can be a better way to attract business and industry,” said Stephen Cleveland, Buckeye’s city manager. “The primary goal is to create jobs for our residents. We recognize the heritage developed over the years in Buckeye, and we realize how important it is to maintain that ‘small-town feel’ while Buckeye is growing.” When the final election results are finalized, the city council will consider a resolution at its Nov. 19 meeting to officially change the name to “city.” While it was immediately unclear when the actual change will become official, indications are that it will come slowly and probably take on an official designation as of Jan. 1 of next year, city officials said.

ROCK AND MINERAL CLUB Meet every Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. Buckeye Chamber of Commerce 508 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, AZ 85326

Police Reports 09/26/13 AGUILAR-HERRERA, ISAAC G; THEFT-CONTROL PROPERTY, Male Juvenile Offender, ASAULT, DISORDERLYCONDUCT-FIGHTING, ANDREWS, CHAD M SR; AGG ASLT-ADULT ON MINOR, RIOT, DISORDERLY,CONDUCTFIGHTING, Male Juvenile Offender; DISORDERLYCONDUCT-FIGHTING, ASSAULT, Male Juvenile Offender; ASSAULT, DISORDERLYCONDUCT-FIGHTING, Female Juvenile Offender; ASSAULT, DISORDERLY,CONDUCT-FIGHTING, Female Juvenile Offender; ASSAULT, DISORDERLY,CONDUCT-FIGHTING.

The MOBILE EVENT UNIT 2013 Fall Edition Nature & the Outdoors Series Friday, November 8 at 6:30 p.m. Verrado Elementary School 20873 W Sunrise Ln

Continued next week.

Miller Road Shut Down Due to Collision Submitted by: Sgt. J T Weeks #3189, Buckeye Police Department Single vehicle collision into a metal pole caused Miller Road to be closed early Saturday morning, approx. 4:00 am on November 2nd, 2013. The occupants were transported to area hospitals. The traffic unit came on the scene and conducted an investigation. The cause is still under investigation.

Saturday November 9, 2013 Time 7:30 am Shotgun Start Location Sundance Golf Course For More Information Contact Hank Pasinski 623.972.7890

United Way Seeks Buckeye Volunteers to End and Prevent Homelessness Front Page On any given day, there are thousands of individuals experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County, many with children or who are veterans. Some are experiencing homelessness for the first time due to a job loss, foreclosure or unexpected medical crisis. United Way works with community partners to bring monthly Project Connect events to locations throughout the Valley. The one-day events bring more than 30 health and human service providers to respond to the critical needs of individuals facing homelessness: from basic needs including food, clothing, showers and wellness checks, to connections to employment and shelter for long-term life transformation. Volunteers can work morning, afternoon or a day-long shift. They are provided breakfast and lunch, and have the opportunity to work one-to-one with the individuals whose lives they are touching.

You’re Invited VETERANS’ DAY CELEBRATION

When: Tuesday, November 12 Volunteer Shifts: 7 a.m. – noon; 11 – 3 p.m.; 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Where: First Southern Baptist Church, 405 N. 3rd Street, Buckeye How: Sign up at vsuw.org/volunteer or email us at volunteer@vsuw.org. Why: Homelessness impacts our entire community. Project Connect is a big part of a regional solution to end homelessness. It is a national model which changes individual lives and will transform the entire community. About Valley of the Sun United Way Valley of the Sun United Way is focused on achieving three key Community Objectives to ensure children and youth succeed, end hunger and homelessness and increase the financial stability of individuals and families in Maricopa County. Through programs such as Project Connect and the development of Permanent Supportive Housing partnerships, United Way is committed to end chronic homelessness in our community. For more information, visit www.vsuw.org. PUBLIC NOTICE SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY, Regarding the Matter of : Erica Gruber, Petitioner, Othniel Artlip,respondent, Case No: FC2013-071671, PETITION TO ESTABLISH, X Child custody, parenting time and child support, General Information: 1. Information about the petitioner, Name: Erica Gruber, Address: 5906 S. 249th Ln., Buckeye, Arizona, 85376, County of residence: Maricopa, Date of Birth: May 18th 1983, Occupation: Student, accounting clerk, Relationship to children for whom I want the CUSTODY/PARENTING TIME order: X, Mother, 2. Information about the respondent, Name: Othniel Artlip, County of residence: In Iowa somewhere, Occupation: Electrician, Relationship to children for whom I want the CUSTODY/ PARENTING TIME order: X, Father, 3. JURISDICTION: WHY I AM FILING THIS COURT CASE IN ARIZONA AGAINST THE OTHER PERSON: (Check all that apply) X, The person lived with the minor child in this state at some time. X, The person lived in this state and provided pre-birth expenses or support for the minor child. X, The minor child lives in this state as a result of the acts or directions of the person. 4. INFORMATION ABOUT MINOR CHILD FOR WHOM I WANT CUSTODY/PARENTING TIME, Name: Karissa Artlip, Birthdate: May 14th, 2003, Current Address: 5906 S. 249th Ln., Buckeye, Az, 85326, County of residence: Maricopa, Father: Othniel Artlip, Mother: Erica Gruber, STATEMENTS ABOUT PATERNITY AND CHILD SUPPORT: 5. PATERNITY WAS ESTABLISHED BY: (check one box) X, Both parents signing an Acknowledgment of Paternity through the Hospital Paternity Program or other means provided by law after July 18, 1996, and a birth certificate listing the name of the father was issued as a result. 6. INFORMATION ABOUT CHILD SUPPORT FOR MINOR CHILDREN: (check one box) X, To my knowledge there is no child support order for the minor child and the court should order child support in this case along with custody and parenting time. , Other information about the minor children: 7. WHERE THE CHILDREN WHO ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OLD HAVE LIVED FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS. Childs Name Karissa Artlip, Lived with Erica Gruber, Street Address, 5906 S. 249th Ln., Buckeye, Az Dates: From 5/03 to Present, Relationship to child: Mother. 8. COURT CASES NOT INVOLVING CUSTODY OR PARENTING TIME RELATED TO THE CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS OLD: (check one box) X, I HAVE NOT been a party or a witness in court in this state or any other state regarding the custody or parenting time of any of the minor children named above. 9. CUSTODY OR PARENTING TIME CASES RELATED TO CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS OLD: ( check one box) X, I DO NOT HAVE information about a custody or parenting time court case relating to any of the minor children named above that is pending in this state or in any other state. 10. CUSTODY OR PARENTING TIME CLAIMS OF ANY PERSON: (check one box) X, I DO NOT KNOW a person other than the Petitioner or the Respondent who has physical custody or who claims custody or parenting time rights to any of the minor children named above. OTHER STATEMENTS TO THE COURT: 11 OTHER EXPENSES: The parties should be ordered to divide between them any uninsured medical, dental or health expenses, reasonably incurred for the minor child, in proportion to their respective incomes. 13. VENUE: This is the proper court to bring this lawsuit under Arizona law because X, it is the county of residence of the petitioner, or the respondent, or the minor child. 14. The parent Information Program (PIP) is required for persons seeking custody or parenting time. X, I have not( check one box) already completed the parenting Information Program. 1. b. JOINT CUSTODY: X, Joint custody-Petitioner and Respondent Agree to act as joint custodians of the minor children, as set forth in the Joint Custody Agreement contained in the Parenting Plan, signed and agreed upon by both parties, If the Court adopts the terms of the Agreement( The Parenting Plan is submitted later in the process). There have been no significant acts of domestic violence, as defined by A.R.S. 13-3601, by either parent. Check below if you are asking for a child support order or a change of child support in this case: 2. CHILD SUPPORT: Order that child support shall be paid by: (check one box) X, other party in a reasonable amount as determined by the court under the Arizona Child Support Guidelines( Child Support Order to be attached to the Custody/Parenting time Order. These payments, plus a fee for handling, shall be paid through the Clerk of the Court and collected by automatic Income Withholding Order. 3. MEDICAL, DENTAL, VISION CARE , X, FATHER should be responsible for providing: X, MEDICAL, X, DENTAL, X, VISION CARE INSURANCE. ( HE ALREADY HAS IT FOR HER) Medical, dental, and vision care insurance, payments and expenses are based on the information in the Parent’s Worksheet for Child Support attached and incorporated by reference. The party ordered to pay must keep the other party informed of the insurance company name, address and telephone number, and must give the other party the documents necessary to submit insurance claims. 4. OTHER ORDERS I AM REQUESTING (explain request here): Christmas break-I get the week of Christmas/ he doesn't celebrate and he gets second week. First two weeks after school is out in the summer. I vacation to visit family . Daycare and other expenses should be split as our verbal agreement. DECLARATION UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY, I declare that the contents of this document are true and correct under penalty of perjury. Signed: Erica Gruber, July 25th, 2013 . Published in the Buckeye Valley News November 7th,14th, 21st, 28th, 2013. PUBLIC NOTICE SUPERIOR COURT OF ARZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY, Petitioner, Erica Gruber, Respondent, Othniel Artlip, Case No: FC2013-071671, MOTION FOR RRE-DECREE TEMPRORARY ORDER WITHOUT NOTICE FOR LEGAL DECISION MAKING AND PHYSICAL CUSTODY, I MAKE THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS TO THE COURT UNDER OATH OR AFFIRMATION: 1. MY NAME IS: Erica Gruber 2. REASONS WHY I NEED THIS ORDER. Explain in detail the emergency facts which now exist, and what irreparable injury( serious or life-threatening injury or damage that cannot be prevented or undone ) to you or the minor child( that might occur without this Order( Use additional paper if necessary). Our daughter Karissa Artlip has told me her father had sexually abused her (see attached, not in exact words for the previous statement sexually abused. X, Check here if continued on attached page, 3. PEOPLE INVOLVED. This Motion concerns the following people: Name of Mother, Erica Gruber, Name of Father, Othniel Artlip, Name of Children: Karissa Artlip. 4. REQUIRED INFORMATION: NOTICE OR REASONS WHY NOTICE NOT ATTEMPTED. Actual notice regarding a request that affects another party’s rights concerning his or her minor children is normally required. Check the box to indicate whether you gave or attempted to give notice to any other parties or their attorneys. X, I DID NOT ATTEMPT TO GIVE NOTICE BECAUSE: If you checked this box you MUST explain what injury, loss or damage you or the minor child would suffer if you gave the other party advance notice of this Motion. Krissy is afraid her dad is going to come after her for reporting the sexual things done. X, Check her if continued on attached page. 5. TEMPORARY ORDERS WITH NOTICE. OR X, I have NOT filed a “Motion for Temporary orders with notice” and I understand that: temporary orders without notice expire in a matter of days, and if no temporary orders with notice have been issued by the Court before these orders expire, no court order will be in effect. Note: You cannot file this Motion for Temporary Orders Without Notice unless you or the other party has already filed one of the following petitions: 6. DIVORCE, LEGAL SEPARATION, ANNULMENT, LEGAL DECISION MAKING(CUSTODY) OR OTHER PETITION: A. X, PETITION FOR LEGAL DECISION MAKING(CUSTODY)/PARENTING TIME/CHILD SUPPORT ( Where paternity and / or support already established) B. Date Petition Filed: 7/25/13. 7. INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER EMERGENCY CASES INVOLVING THE SAME PARTIES OR CHILDREN: Check the boxes that apply and write in the information requested. X, Current emergency cases: To the best of my knowledge, there are no pending proceedings for emergency orders about these children in any other court. (I f this is not a true statement, this court may not be able to enter an Order and you may want to consult a lawyer for advice.). 9. ANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCY INVOLVEMENT WITH EITHER OR BOTH THESE PARTIES, OR THESE CHLDREN: State whether there have been or are any complaints with or investigations by any government agency , including Child Protective Services, involving the parties or the minor child . If so, explain the agency, date, type of case, and status of case. CPS filed a substantiation. I MAKE THE FOLLOWING REQUESTS TO THE COURT: 1. For a Temporary Order Without Notice, as follows: Check the boxes that apply: X, Awarding me Temporary Legal Decision Making and Physical Custody of the minor child until a full court hearing. Published in Buckeye Valley News November 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, 2013 ……………….PUBLIC NOTICE, SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA COUNTY OF MARICOPA, Petitioner, Eric Gruber, Respondent, Othniel Artlip, Case No. FC2013-071671 ORDER TO APPEAR REGARDING MOTION FOR TEMPORARY ORDERS WITHOUT NOTICE, All parties, whether represented by attorneys or not, must be present. If there is a failure to appear, the court may make such orders as are just, including granting the relief requested by the party who does appear, Based on documents filed and pursuant to Arizona Law. IT IS ORDERED THAT YOU Erica Gruber and Othniel Artlip appear at the time and place stated below so the court can determine whether the relief asked for in petitioner’s Motion for Temporary Orders Without Notice should be granted. INFORMATION ABOUT COURT HEARING TO BE HELD: NAME OF JUDICIAL OFFICER: Judge Michael Kemp, DATE AND TIME OF HEARING: December 16, 2013 at 9:45 am, PLACE OF HEARING: 14264 W. Tierra Buena Ln. Ctrm 121, Surprise, Az 85374 , TIME ALLOTTED FOR HEARING: 15 MINS, EVIDENCE MAY be presented at the hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a true copy of this Order to Appear and a true copy of the Motion and the documents filed with the Motion shall be served by the moving party on the parties who are required to appear. A true copy of there documents shall also be mailed immediately to parties who have appeared in this action , in accordance with Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, Rules 40, 41, 42 and 43, THE MOVING PART MUST BRING PROOF OF PROPER SERVICE ON THE OTHER PARTY TO THE HEARING. Requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the office of the Judge or Commissioner scheduled to hear this case five days before your scheduled court date. Date: 10/23/13, Published in Buckeye Valley News November 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, 2013

November 11th, 2013 9:00 a.m.

Benbow Veterans Memorial Park Farmers’ Market Opens in Goodyear 3151 N Litchfield Road Open every Sat 8 am to Noon

NOTICE FROM THE BUCKEYE ELKS LODGE #2686: It's that time of year again...hunting season! If you are successful with your hunt, please keep the lodge in mind!! We'll take a donation of any hide: deer, elk, antelope, buffalo, and for you ranchers and dairymen, we'll take cow hides too! When we get the hides, it takes lots of salt to keep them from rotting. So, we take salt donations too. These hides are turned over to the Veterans Hospital, and they use them to help with the physical therapy of the Veterans in the hospitals. They turn the leather into very nice products. If you have donations, please call 602-397-0155 or 602-980-2765. Many thanks from the Buckeye Elks Lodge #2686!! PUBLIC NOTICE Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation Publication Title: Buckeye Valley News. 2. Publication Number: 688-00. Filing Date: 11/4/13. 4. Issue Frequency: Weekly. 5. Number of Issues Published Annually: 52 weeks. 6.Annual Subscription Price: $25. In County, $27. Out of County. 7. Complete Mailing Address of Headquarters or General Business Office of Publisher: P.O. Box 217 Buckeye Az. 85326-0019. Contact Person: Marlene Turner, Telephone Number (623) 386-4426. 8. Complete Mailing Address of Headquarters or General Business Office of Publisher: 122 So. 4th St. Buckeye Az. 85326- 0019. 9. Full Names and Complete Mailing Addresses of Publisher, Editor, and Managing Editor: Publisher, Marlene Turner P.O. Box 124 Buckeye Az 85326. Editor, Sharon Torres 1113 So. 220th Ave. Buckeye Az. 85326. Managing Editor, Karen Williams P.O. Box 763 Buckeye Az. 85326. 10. Owner: Marlene Turner P.O. Box 124 Buckeye 85326. 11. Known Bondholders, Mortgagees, and Other Security Holders Owning or Holding 1 percent or More of Total Amount of Bonds, Mortgages, or Other Securities: None. 12. Tax Status: Has not Changed During Preceding 12 Months. 13. Publication Title: Buckeye Valley News. 14. Issue Date for Circulation Data Below: 10/31/13. 15. Extent and Nature of Circulation: Serving Buckeye, Maricopa Co. and Out of State. 15a. Total Number of Copies (net press run): 1300, No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 months. No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date, 1200. 15b1. Mailed Outside- County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541 (Include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser’s proof copies, and exchange copies) 87. 15b2. Mailed in County Paid Subscriptions Stated on PS Form 3541 (include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser’s proof copies, and exchange copies) 462. 15b3. Paid Distribution Outside the Mails Including Sales Through Dealers and Carriers, Street Vendors, Counter Sales, and Other Paid Distribution Outside USPS, 256. 15b4. Paid Distribution by Other Classes of Mail Through the USPS 9e.g., First-Class Mail, 225. 15c. Total Paid Distribution: 1030. 15d1. Free or Nominal Rate Outside- County Copies included on PS 3541,0. 15d2. Free or Nominal Rate In-County Included on PS Form 3541, 50. 15d3. Free or Nominal Rate Copies Mailed at Other Classes Through the USPS (e.g., First- Class Mail, 120. 15d4. Free or Nominal Rate Distribution Outside the Mail (carriers or other means) 100. 15e. Total Free or Nominal Rate Distribution,270. 15f. Total Distribution. 15g. Copies not Distributed,100. 15h. Total 1300.15i. Percent Paid 79.23%. 17. Publication of Statement of Ownership 11/7/13. 18. Signature and Title of Editor, Publisher, Business Manager, or Owner. Signed Marlene Turner 11/4/13. Published in the Buckeye Valley News 11/7/2013. PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF AMENDMENT, FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION, 1. ENTITY NAME-give the exact name of the corporation as currently shown in A.C.C. records: PELCON, INC. 2. A.C.C. FILE NUMBER: 1552688-2 3. Date on which the attached amendment was adopted: 7/31/13. 4. Does the amendment provide for an exchange, reclassification or cancellation of issued shares? YES. 4.1 If your answer to number 4 was ”yes” does the amendment contain provisions for implementing the exchange, reclassification or cancellation of issued shares? YES. 5. Check one box concerning approval of the amendment and follow instructions (review the instructions C014i for information about voting groups): YES, Approved by shareholders and voting groupscomplete numbers 5.1 , 5.2, and 5.3. 5.1 Shares– list below each class and/or series of shares and the total number of outstanding shares for each class or series (example: common stock, 100 shares). CLASS: COMMON, TOTAL: 100.000 SHARES. 5.2 Shareholder approval ( all blanks must be filled in): Total votes entitled to be cast 2, Votes in favor that were sufficient for approval of amendments, 2, Votes against amendments, 0. 5.3. Voting Groups-complete each blank below for each voting group. Review the Instructions C014i for information about voting groups. Voting Group (class/series) SHAREHOLDERS: Total votes in voting group: 2, Indisputable votes at meeting, 2, Votes in favor that were sufficient for approval of amendments 2, Votes against amendments, 0. 5. A copy of the corporation’s amendment must be attached to these Articles. SIGNATURE: By checking the box marked “I accept” below, I acknowledge under penalty of perjury that this document together with any attachments is submitted in compliance with Arizona law. SIGNED: DAVID K. PELOKE, on this 31st, day of July, 2013. REQUIRED– check only one: X, I am a duly— authorized Officer of the corporation filing this document. Published in the Buckeye Valley

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Sundance Activities November 15thSpaghetti Dinner/Silent Auction More info will be included as we get closer to the date Please contact sundancepta@besd.k12.az.us for more info. November 18th PTA Meeting in the library at 5:30. Please contact sundancepta@besd.k12.az.us for more info.

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA, Family Court Administration, Date: Tuesday, August 27, 2013, Case No: FC2011-071273, Christine Ann Jonovich, VS. Tommy Dean Jonovich, ORDER TO APPEAR, Regarding, Petition for Enforcement of Support, NOTICE: THIS IS AN IMPORTANT COURT ORDER THAT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS. READ THIS ORDER CAREFULLY. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THIS ORDER, CONTACT AN ATTORNEY FOR LEGAL ADVICE. AVISO: LA QUE SIGUE ES UNA ORDEN JUDICIAL IMPORTANTE QUE AFECTA SUS DERECHOS. LEALA CUIDADOSAMENTE, SI NO EN`FIENDE ESTA ORDEN, ASESORESE CON UN ABOGADO. Based upon the “Petition for Enforcement” and pursuant to Arizona law, IT IS ORDERED that Petitioner and Respondent and counsel, if represented, appear in person and attend a conference with a conference officer and a subsequent evidentiary hearing at the time and place stated below. CHECK IN LOCATION: Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County, Family Court Administration, Northwest Regional Court Complex, 14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane, Surprise, AZ 85374, DATE AND TIME: Friday, November 22, 2013 at 1:30 PM, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: 1. That a true copy of this “Order to Appear” and a true copy of the Petition, Affidavits, and related documents filed with the Petition shall be served on the responding party no later than ten(10) days prior to the conference in the manner required by Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, Rules 40,41, 42, and 43(by process server, law enforcement officer, by acceptance of service, or by certified mail.) 2. The conference officer will meet with the parties, and their counsel, if represented, to determine whether the parties can agree on any of the issues. If they can, the conference officer will assist the parties in documenting the agreement and presenting it to the Court pursuant to Rule 69, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure. If the parties do not agree as to all of the issues necessary to resolve the pending petition, the Court will conduct an evidentiary hearing to determine those matters. It is the goal of the Court to provide the parties with a final resolution of the pending petition on this date. If good cause is shown that additional discovery or hearing time is needed in order for the Court to reach a just determination, the Court may schedule an additional hearing. 3. That the obligor (person paying support) shall give the documents listed below to the Obligee (person receiving the support) at least five (5) days prior to the conference and hearing and bring the original and two 2) copies of the documents to the conference. A. FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT-THE FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT COMPLETED BY YOU PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE AND HEARINGCase No.: FC2011-071273, b. COPIES OF FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAX RETURNS(PERSONAL, PARTNERSHIP, AND CORPORATE), SCHEDULES, ATTACHMENTS, W-2S AND 1099S FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS. C. COPIES OF PAY STUBS AND STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS. D. COPIES OF THE MOST RECENT STATEMENTS REFLECTING THE AMOUNT OF ANY BENEFITS RECEIVED SUCH AS SOCIAL SECURITY, SSI, AFDC, TANF (FORMERLY AFDC). UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION, WORKER’S COMPENSATION, INVESTMENT INCOME, TRUST INCOME, RETIREMENT BENEFITS AND OTHER SOURCES OF INCOME. E. PROOF OF ACCOUNTS HELD WITH BANKS, SAVINGS AND LOANS, INVESTMENT COMPANIES, AND CREDIT CARD COMPANIES. F. PROOF OF ANY DIRECT PAYMENTS( SUCH AS CANCELLED CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS, OTHER RECEIPTS, ETC.) OF SUPPORT FOR WHICH YOU ARE REQUESTING CREDIT. G. A COPY OF YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE OR OTHER GOVERNMENT ISSUE PHOTO IDENTIFICATION, 4. If either party claims that he/she is disabled the party shall bring documentation from medical providers verifying the claim. The conference and hearing will not be postponed if the above items are not provided. Rulings may be made in the absence of this information and may not be to your advantage. NOTICES REGARDING THE CONFERENCE AND HEARING, 1. ISSUES. If the Judicial Officer determines that the obligor did not pay the court-ordered support, without a valid reason, the obligor may be found in contempt and sanctions could be ordered including jail. Some of the important issues at the hearing will include: Whether obligor had a valid support order and was aware of the order. Whether obligor has paid the order. Whether obligor had the ability to pay some or all of the order. The obligor will have the right to testify about their ability to pay support. All parties have the right to hire an attorney to represent them. The obligor will have the right to show evidence to the court about their past and current ability to pay support. 2. SETTLEMENT. If a settlement is reached the parties must give prompt notice to the court as required by Rule 70(A), Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure. The parties must submit a stipulation to the Judge before the above hearing date. 3. RESETTING HEARINGS. The conference and hearing will not be reset unless there is a good reason that you could not avoid. You must file a copy of your Motion to Continue the hearing, and you must give a copy of your request directly to the staff of the Judicial Officer hearing your case and to the other party and their attorney, if represented. Your request must tell the Judicial Officer, the date you delivered a copy of the Motion to Continue, the address to which each copy was sent, and whether each delivery was by mail or by hand. 4. VACATE AND RE-SET WITH ASSIGNED JUDGE. Pursuant to Administrative Order, petitions, presented to the Family Court Conference Center (FCCC) or a Specialty Court that seek resolution of multiple issues of modification and/or enforcement in one petition or multiple petitions, or in a pending petition and pending counter petition will not proceed under this plan, and will be immediately referred to the assigned judicial officer for a hearing at the earliest possible date. 5. FAILURE TO APPEAR. If the person who file the petition associated with this hearing fails to come to court at the time required the petition may be dismissed. If the person opposing the petition associated with this hearing fails to come to court at the time required the Judge may grant all relief requested in the petition and may issue and arrest warrant. WARNING Failure to appear at the time scheduled for this conference as ordered by the court may result in your being required to pay $100 no show fee by the assigned judge in your case. If you are unable to attend your conference/hearing you must contact the court as indicated above prior to your appointment to avoid paying the no show fee. 6. ADDRESS CHANGES. All parties representing themselves must keep the court updated with address changes. A form to http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/SuperiorCourt/Self-ServiceCenter/Forms/ FamilyCourt/fc_gn9.asp 7. DO NOT BRING CHILDREN. Children will not be allowed in the conference or in the hearing and you cannot leave them unattended. 8. INTERPRETER AND SPECIAL NEEDS ACCOMMODATIONS. If you require the services of an interpreter of a spoken language, or for the deaf please contact the office of the Judicial Officer scheduled to hear your case at 602.506.3809 At least five days before your scheduled court date. If you need accommodations pursuant to American’s with disabilities Act, please fill out the Request for Accommodations by Persons with Disabilities at the following link: http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/SuperiorCourt/AmericansWithDisabilitiesAct/Index.asp 9. RESPONSE. The responding party may file a Response. Copies of the Response and Opposing Affidavits must be served on the moving party or, if the moving party is represented, on his or her attorney by mail and in accordance with Rule 5, Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure. NOTICE: In accordance with the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedures, specifically Rule 68, Subsection B, each party has the right to request that reasonable procedures be in place at the Conference to protect a victim of domestic violence. The court has established those protective procedures. Please call the division number below to request arrangements. If you wish to request a Waiver of Attendance, you must file your written request with the assigned judicial officer on the case. DONE IN OPEN COURT: 08/27/2013, Signed: Jacki Ireland, Judge/Commissioner of the Superior Court. Published in Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA, Family Court Administration, Date: Friday, October 18. 2013, Case Number: DR2000-002093,Marie Elena Dimas, VS. Matthew Palmer, ORDER TO APPEAR, Regarding Petition for Enforcement of Support, NOTICE: THIS IS AN IMPORTANT COURT ORDER THAT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS. READ THIS ORDER CAREFULLY. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THIS ORDER, CONTACT AN ATTORNEY FOR LEGAL ADVICE. AVISO: LA QUE SIGUE ES UNA ORDEN JUDICIAL IMPORTANTE QUE AFECTA SUS DERECHOS. LEALA CUIDADOSAMENTE. SI NO ENFIENDE ESTA ORDEN, ASESORESE CON UN ABOGADO. Based upon the “Petition for Enforcement” and pursuant to Arizona law, IT IS ORDERED that Petitioner and Respondent and counsel, if represented, appear in person and attend a conference with a conference officer and a subsequent evidentiary hearing at the time and place stated below. CHECK IN LOCATION: Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County, Family Court Administration, Northeast Regional Court Complex, 18380 N. 40th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85032, DATE AND TIME: Friday, December 6, 2013 at 1:30 PM, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: 1. That a true copy of this “Order to Appear” and a true copy of the Petition, Affidavits, and related documents, filed with the Petition shall be served on the responding party no later than ten(10) days prior to the conference in the manner required by Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, Rules 40,41,42 and 43(by process server, law enforcement office, by acceptance of service, or by certified mail.) 2. The conference officer will meet with the parties, and their counsel, if represented, to determine whether the parties can agree on any of the issues. If they can, the conference officer will assist the parties in documenting the agreement and presenting it to the Court pursuant to Rule69, Arizona Rules of Family Law procedure. If the parties do not agree as to all of the issues necessary to resolve the pending petition, the Court will conduct an evidentiary hearing to determine those matters It is the goal of the Court to provide the parties with a final resolution of the pending petition on this date. If good cause is shown that additional discovery or hearing time is needed in order for the Court to reach a just determination, the Court may schedule an additional hearing. 3. That the Obligor( person paying support) shall give the documents listed below to the Obligee (person receiving the support) at least five (5) days prior to the conference and hearing and bring the original and two (2) copies of the documents to the conference. a. FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT-THE FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT COMPLETED BY YOU PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE AND HEARING, Case Number: DR2000002093, b. COPIES OF FEDERAL AND STATE INCOME TAX RETURNS(PERSONAL,PARTNERSHIP, AND CORPORATE), SCHEDULES, ATTACHMENTS, W-2S AND1099S FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS, c. COPIES OF PAY STUBS AND STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS, d. COPIES OF THE MOST RECENT STATEMENTS REFLECTING THE AMOUNT OF ANY BENEFITS RECEIVED SUCH AS SOCIAL SECURITY, SSI, AFDC, TANF (FORMERLY AFDC), UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION, WORKER’S COMPENSATION, INVESTMENT INCOME, TRUST INCOME, RETIREMENT BENEFITS, AND OTHER SOURCES OF INCOME, e. PROOF OF ANY DIREDT PAYMENTS(SUCH AS CANCELLED CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS, OTHER RECEIPTS, ETC.) OF SUPPORT FOR WHICH YOU ARE REQUESTING CREDIT. g. A COPY OF YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE OR OTHER GOVERNMENT ISSUE PHOTO IDENTIFICATION., 4. If either party claims that he/she is disabled the party shall bring documentation from medical providers verifying the claim. The conference and hearing will not be

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1873701-3 I. Name: OLMEP.LLC. The address of the known place of business is 5241 E SHEENA DR, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85254 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is UNITED STATES CORPORATION AGENT, 17470 N PACESETTER WAY, SCOTTDALE, AZ 85255B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are EVAN HUNTER, MATTHEW MEEHAN, MEMBERS, 5241 E SHEENA DR, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85254

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. L-1875772-4 I. Name: MADISON AVENUE PUBLISHERS II. The address of the known place of business is: 15221 N. CLUBGATE DR#2019, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85254 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: BARBARA A KENNEDY, 15221 N CLUBGATE DR, #2019, SCOTTDALE, AZ 85254 A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are BARBARA A KENNEDY, MANAGER, 15221 N CLUBGATE DR, #2019, SCOTTDALE, AZ 85254 Published in

the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013 PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1878084-0 I. Name: D2 CONTRACTING, LLC. The address of the known place of business is 36608 N 27TH ST, CAVE CREEK, AZ 85331, III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is DEEANDRA ROHR, 36608 N 27TH ST, CAVE CREEK, AZ 85331 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are DEEANDRA ROHR, MEMBER, 36608 N 27TH ST, CAVE CREEK, AZ 85331

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1877813-4 I. Name ABC QUALITY RENOVATIONS, LLCII. The address of the known place of business is 8900 N 58TH PL, PARADISE, AZ 85253 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is ANNE MARIE GARVEY, 8900 N 58TH PL, PARADISE VALLEY, AZ 85253 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are RYMAN G GARVEY, MEMBER, 4111 N DRINKWATER, BLVD #D202, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85251, JOHN HILL JR. MEMBER, 2614 POPLAR ST, DENVER, CO 80207, JOHN HILL III, MEMBER, 19360 N IBIS SWY, MARICOPA, AZ 85138. Published in the

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postponed if the above items are not provided. Rulings may be made in the absence of this information and may not be to your advantage. NOTICES REGARDING THE CONFERENCE AND HEARING. 1. ISSUES, If the Judicial Officer determines that the obligor did not pay the court-ordered support, without a valid reason, the obligor may

be found in contempt and sanctions could be ordered including jail. Some of the important issues at the hearing will include: Whether obligor had a valid support order and was aware of the order. Whether obligor has paid the order. Whether obligor had the ability to pay some or all of the order. The obligor will have the right to testify about their ability to pay support. All parties have the right to hire an attorney to represent them. The obligor will have the right to show evidence to the court about their past and current ability to pay support. 2. SETTLEMENT, If a settlement is reached the parties must give prompt notice to the court as required by Rule 70 (A), Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, The parties must submit a stipulation to the Judge before the above hearing date. 3. RESETTING HEARINGS, The conference and hearing will not be reset unless there is a good reason that you could not avoid, You must file a copy of your Motion to Continue the hearing, and you must give a copy of your request directly to the staff of the Judicial Officer hearing your case and to the other party and their attorney, if represented. Your request must tell the Judicial Officer, the date you delivered a copy of the Motion to Continue, the address to which each copy was sent, and whether each delivery was by mail or by hand. 4. VACATE AND RE-SET WITH ASSIGNED JUDGE, Pursuant to Administrative Order, petitions presented to the Family Court Conference Center (FCCC) or a Specialty Court that see resolution of multiple issues of modification and/or enforcement in one petition or multiple petitions, or in a pending petition and pending counter petition will not proceed under this plan, and will be immediately referred to the assigned judicial officer for a hearing at the earliest possible date. 5. FAILURE TO APPEAR, If the person who filed the petition associated with this hearing fails to come to court at the timer required the petition may be dismissed. If the person opposing the petition associated with this hearing fails to come to court at time required the Judge may grant all relief requested in the petition and may issue an arrest warrant, WARNING: Failure to appear at the time scheduled for this conference as ordered by the court may result in your being required to pay $100 no show fee by the assigned judge in your case. If you are unable to attend your conference/hearing you must contact the court as indicated above prior to your appointment to avoid paying the no show fee. 6. ADDRESS CHANGES. All parties representing themselves must keep the court updated with address changes. A form to change your address may be downloaded at: http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/SuperiorCourt/Self-ServiceCenter/Forms/FamilyCourt/fc gn9.asp 7. DO NOT BRING CHILDREN. Children will not be allowed in the conference or in the hearing and you cannot leave them unattended. Case Number: DR2000002093, 8. INTERPRETER AND SPECIAL NEED ACCOMMODATIONS. If you require the services of an interpreter of a spoken language, or for the deaf please contact the office of the Judicial Officer scheduled to hear your case at 602.506.7860 At least five days before your scheduled court date. If you need accommodations pursuant to American’s Disabilities Act, please fill out the Request for Accommodations by Persons with Disabilities at the following link: http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/ SuperiorCourt/AmericansWithDisabitiesAct/Index.asp 9. RESPONSE. The responding party may file a Response. Copies of the Response. Copies of the Response and Opposing Affidavits must be served on party or, if the moving party is represented, on his or her attorney by mail and in accordance with Rule 5, Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure. NOTICE; In accordance with Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedures, specifically Rule 68, Subsection B, each party has the right to request that reasonable procedures be in place at the Conference to protect a victim of domestic violence. The Court has established those protective procedures, Please call the division number below to request arrangements. If you wish to request a Waiver of Attendance, you must file your written request with the assigned judicial officer on the case. DONE IN OPEN COURT: 10/18/2013, Steven Holding, Judge/Commissioner of the Superior Court Published in the Buckeye Valley News Oct 31, Nov 7,14,21, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Pursuant to A.R.S. Under Instruction of C010i ( Arizona For Profit Corporation) File No. 1877456-3 1. Entity Type: Check only one to indicate the type of entity being formed: For-Profit (Business) Corporation 2. Entity Name: The name of the Corporation is: SADDLE MOUNTAIN BREWING COMPANY. 3. Professional Corporation Services: If professional corporation is checked in number 1, briefly describe the professional service or services that the professional corporation will provide (examples: law firm, accounting, medical) 4. Character of Business: briefly describe the character of business the corporation initially intends to conduct in Arizona. NOTE: that the character of business that the corporation ultimately conducts is not limited by the description provided: BREWERY, BREW PUB, RESTAURANT 5. Shares: List the class (common, preferred, etc.) and total number of shares of each class that the corporation is AUTHORIZED to issue—the total must be greater than zero. Class: PREFERRED; Series: A; Total: 1,000,000; Per Value: 0.0001 , Class: COMMON; Series: B, Total:100,000,Per Value: 0,00001 6. Arizona Known Place of Business Address: Same as the street address of the statutory agent: YES. 7. Directors: List the name and business address of each and every Director of the corporation. JACOB HANSEN, LAURA HANSEN, DIRECTORS, 15651 W. ROOSEVELT ST, GOODYEAR, AZ 85338. 8. Statutory Agent: (In Arizona) The name and address of the statutory agent of the Corporation is: JACOB HANSEN, 15651 W. ROOSEVELT ST, GOODYEAR, AZ 85338. 9. Incorporators: The names(s) and address(es) of the Incorporator(s) is (are): JACOB HANSEN, LAURA HANSEN, 15651 W. ROOSEVELT ST, GOODYEAR, AZ 85338. Signed: JACOB HANSEN, LAURA HANSEN, this 2ND day of OCTOBER, 2013.

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013 PUBLIC NOTICE

Articles of Amendment, Pursuant to A.R.S. under instruction of L015i. 1.) Entity Name—give the exact name of the LLC as currently shown in A.C.C. records: SADDLE MOUNTAIN BREWING COMPANY, LLC. 2.) A.C.C. File Number: L1699832-2. 3.) Entity Name Change—type or print the exact NEW name of the LLC: TAILDRAGGER NAMEWORKS, LLC. 4.) Member Changes(Change in Members) — see Instructions L015i—Use one block per person, FOR MEMBERS CURRENTLY SHOWN IN A.C.C. RECORDS-- list the name of each member being changed, and below that provide any new information for that member (new name and/or address), then check all boxes that apply to indicate the change being made for that member : FOR NEW MEMBERS — In a separate block, list the name in the NEW name blank and give the address, and check the appropriate box. Remove Member Add as 20% or more member: RAYMOND , LEON HOLLENSTEIN, MEMBER, 20856 W WERNER, PL, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396. I acknowledge under penalty of perjury that this document together with any attachments is submitted in compliance with Arizona law. Signed: JACOB HANSEN, the 1ST DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013.

Published in the Buckeye Valley News November 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Pursuant to A.R.S. Under Instruction of C011i ( Arizona Non -Profit Corporation) File No. –18797605 1. Entity Name: The name of the Corporation is; THE SPA HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 2. Character of Affairs: briefly describe the character of affairs the corporation initially intends to conduct in Arizona. NOTE that the character of affairs that the corporation ultimately conducts is not limited by the description provided: HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, 3. Members: The corporation WILL have members. 4. Arizona Known Place of Business Address: 4.1 the Arizona known place of business address is the same as the street address of the statutory agent. YES 5. Directors: List the name and business addres of each and every Director of the corporation MICHAEL J GUZEK, TERRY GUZEK, DIRECTORS, 10902 W THUNDERBIRD BLVD. SUN CITY, AZ 85351, ROBERT CAMPBELL, DIRECTOR, 10914 W THUNDERBIRD BLVD. SUN CITY , LINDA INGLIS, DIRECTOR, 10918 W THUNDERBIRD BLVD. SUN CITY AZ, 85351 6. Statutory Agent: The name or entity and physical or street address (not a P.O. Box) in Arizona of the statutory agent is: MICHAEL J GUZEK, 10902 W THUNDERBIRD BLVD. SUN CITY, AZ 85351. 7. Incorporators: The name and address of each and every incorporator—minimum of one is required, is(are): MICHAEL J GUZEK, 10902 W THUNDERBIRD BLVD.,SUN CITY, AZ 85351, LINDA INGLIS, 10918 W THUNDERBIRD, BLVD. SUN CITY, AZ 85351 . By checking the box marked “I accept” below, I acknowledge under penalty of perjury that this document together with any attachments is submitted in compliliance with Arizona law. I ACCEPT. Signed MICHAEL J GUZEK, LINDA INGLIS, .

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Town of Buckeye Town Council will hold a public hearing on December 3, 2013 at 5:45 pm, to consider and possibly approve a Development User Fee Schedule, which is an update to the Town’s fees and charges related to various applications for licenses and permits with the Town, including licenses and permits from the Development Services Department and Building Safety Departments. A copy of the Development User Fee Schedule can be obtained from the Town Clerk at 530 East Monroe Avenue, Buckeye, Arizona, or on the Town’s website at www.buckeyeaz.gov.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-18789651 I. Name: TRANSAC ENTERPRISES LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 6740 W DEER VALLEY RD, STE D 107-222, GLENDALE, AZ 85310 II. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: JENYA REDONDO, 6740 W DEER VALLEY RD, STE D 107-222,GLENDALE, AZ 85310 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are ALEX LECOMTE, MEMBER, 12 RUE GERALD BONNARD, RESIDENCE LE #B001, JARDIN TRIAM 98800,NEW CALEDONIA, XX xxxxx

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 24th, 31st, November 7th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1878971-0 I. Name: TIBO, LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 6740 W DEER VALLEY RD, STE D 107-222, GLENDALE, AZ 85310 II. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: JENYA REDONDO, 6740 W DEER VALLEY RD, STE D 107222,GLENDALE, AZ 85310 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are YANITA DELPIAS, MEMBER, 4 IMPASSE GABRIEL GORGET, NOUMEA, TINA NEW CALEDONIA, 98800

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 24th, 31st, November 7th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1866694-6 I. Name: OVERPOWERED ELECTRONICS LLC. The address of the known place of business is 3407 S 201ST AVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85326 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is UNITED STATES CORP AGENTS INC, 17470 N PACESETTER WY, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85255 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are JUSTIN GARDNER MEMBER, 3407 S 201ST, AVE. BUCKEYE, AZ 85326 Published in

the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Pursuant to A.R.S. Under Instruction of C010i ( Arizona For Profit Corporation) File No. 18783917 1. Entity Type: Check only one to indicate the type of entity being formed: For-Profit (Business) Corporation 2. Entity Name: The name of the Corporation is SILVER LEAF FINANCIAL, INC. 3. Professional Corporation Services: If professional corporation is checked in number 1, briefly describe the professional service or services that the professional corporation will provide (examples: law firm, accounting, medical) 4. Character of Business: briefly describe the character of business the corporation initially intends to conduct in Arizona. NOTE: that the character of business that the corporation ultimately conducts is not limited by the description provided: INVESTMENT ADVISOR. 5. Shares: List the class (common, preferred, etc.) and total number of shares of each class that the corporation is AUTHORIZED to issue—the total must be greater than zero. Class: Common; Series: A; Total: 1,000,000; Per Value: .01 6. Arizona Known Place of Business Address: Same as the street address of the statutory agent. NO. KEVIN BRUCHER, 14362 N FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, BLVD, SUITE 1000, SCOTTSDALE, AZ , 85260 7. Directors: List the name and business address of each and every Director of the corporation. KEVIN BRUCHER, DIRECTOR 14207 N 138TH DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85379. 8. Statutory Agent: (In Arizona) The name and address of the statutory agent of the Corporation is: KEVIN BRUCHER, 14207 N 138TH DR. SURPRISE, AZ 85379. 9. Incorporators: The names(s) and address(es) of the Incorporator(s) is (are): KEVIN BRUCHER, 14207 N 138TH DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85379. Signed: KEVIN BRUCHER, , this 4th day of OCTOBER, 2013.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. L-1874042-6 I. Name MORTON INVESTMENTS LLC II. The address of the known place of business is: 2390 E CAMELBACK RD, PHOENIX, AZ 85016 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is NATIONAL REGISTERED AGENTS INC, 2390 E CAMELBACK RD, PHOENIX, AZ 85016. A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are: GREGORY ARTHUR MORTON, MANAGER, 1519 SAGE SPARROW AVE, MANTECA, CA, 95337. Published in the

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. P-1873535-7 I. Name MAUREEN PARREN COUNSELING, PLLC II. The address of the known place of business is: 17100 N 67TH AVENUE, STE 400, GLENDALE, AZ 85308 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is GLENDALE THERAPY ASSOCIATES LL, 17100 N 67TH AVENUE STE 400, GLENDALE, AZ 85308 A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are MAUREEN PARREN, MANAGER, 17100 N 67TH AVENUE STE 400, GLENDALE, AZ 85308. Published in the Buckeye Valley News

October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. L-1878091-9 I. Name SL POWELL INVESTMENTS, LLC II. The address of the known place of business is: 14418 WEST DESERT GLEN DRIVE, SUN CITY WEST, AZ 85375. III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is SHARON LEE POWELL, 14418 WEST DESERT GLEN DRIVE, SUN CITY WEST, AZ 85375. A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are: MICHAEL E POWELL, SHARON LEE POWELL, MANAGERS, 14418 WEST DESERT GLEN DRIVE, SUN CITY WEST, AZ 85375. Published in

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1877754-0 I. Name: KNIGHT TUTORING,LLC. The address of the known place of business is 949 GOODYEAR BLVD E, #172, GOODYEAR, AZ 85338 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is SCOTT ALLENREMINGTON KNIGHT, 949 S GOODYEAR BLVD E, #172, GOODYEAR, AZ 85338 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are SCOTT ALLENREMINGTON KNIGHT, MEMBER, 949 S GOODYEAR BLVD E,#172, GOODYEAR, AZ 85383

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No L-1877551-1 I. Name: GOLD LION LLC II. The address of the known place of business is: 16631 N 35TH ST, PHOENIX, AZ 85032 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is IKO ILIEV, 16631 N. 35TH ST, PHOENIX, AZ 85032 A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are IKO ILIEV, MANAGER, MEMBER, 16631 N 35TH ST, PHOENIX, AZ 85032

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 24th, 31st, November 7th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1880383-2 I. Name: JANOLE FARMS LLC. The address of the known place of business is 54 W PIMA RD, SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85140 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is EDWARD OLE NEVITT JR, 1595 E PAINT HORSE PL, SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ 85140 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are JANAE STOVER NEVITT, EDWARD OLE NEVITT, MEMBERS,54 W PIMA RD, SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ, 85140

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th, and 14th, 2013 PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. L-1857403-2 I. Name B&B EVALUATION,LLC II. The address of the known place of business is: 4022 E BROADWAY RD STE 118, PHOENIX, AZ 85040. III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: ROLANDA BELL, 4022 E BROADWAY RD STE 118, PHOENIX, AZ 85040. A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are: JERRY JENKINS JR, MANAGER, MONDRE WRIGHT,MEMBER, ROLANDA BELL, MEMBER, 4022 E BROADWAY RD STE 118, PHOENIX, AZ 85040. Pub-

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No L-1873480-9 I. Name: MK RENTALS, LLC II. The address of the known place of business is: 2134 E BROADWAY RD, #1034, TEMPE, AZ 85282 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is MICHAEL KLEIMAN, 2134 E BROADWAY RD, #1034, TEMPE, AZ 85282 A. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are MICHAEL KLEIMAN, MANAGER, 2134 E BROADWAY RD, #1034, TEMPE, AZ 85282

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 24th, 31st, November 7th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File NoL-1879850-6 I. Name: EXOTIC AND LUXURY MOTORSPORTS LLC The address of the known place of business is 2517 W MCDOWELL RD #103, PHOENIX, AZ 85009, III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is MIGUEL ANGEL VALENZUELA ARIZME, 2517 W MCDOWELL RD #103, PHOENIX, AZ 85009 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are MIGUEL ANGEL VALENZUELA ARIZME, MEMBER, 2517 W MCDOWELL RD #103, PHOENIX, AZ, 85009 Published in the

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1874993-0 I. Name: ENRIQUE’S LITTLE TOWN, LLCII. The address of the known place of business is JESUS GONZALEZ, 17628 W HEARN DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85388 II. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: INCORP SERVICES INC, 2338 W ROYAL PALM RD STE J, PHOENIX, AZ, 85021 B. Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are JESUS GONZALEZ, MEMBER, 17628 W HEARN DR. SURPRISE, AZ 85388

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 24th, 31st, November 7th, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF EQUUS GROUP INC.I, the undersigned, have this day associated myself for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of Arizona, and do hereby adopt the following Articles of Incorporation. ARTICLE I-NAME: The name of the corporation is EQUUS GROUP INC.ARTICLE II-PURPOSE: The purpose for which this corporation is organized is the transaction of any and all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. ARTICLE III-INITIAL BUSINESS: The Corporation initially intends to conduct the business of real estate investments and development. ARTICLE IV-AUTHORIZED CAPITAL: The corporation shall have the authority to issue One Million (1,000,000) shares of common stock with $.01 par value. ARTICLE V-PRE-EMPTIVE RIGHTS: The holders from time to time of the common stock of the corporation shall have pre-emptive rights to purchase any common stock of the corporation then and thereafter authorized to be issued, including treasury stock. No resolution of the Board of Directors authorizing the issuance of stock to which pare-emptive rights shall attach may require such rights to be exercised with less than sixty (60) days.ARTICLE VI-STOCK RIGHTS AND OPTIONS: The corporation may issue rights and options to purchase shares of stock of the corporation to directors, officers or employees of the corporation or of an affiliate thereof, and no shareholder approval or ratification of any such issuance of rights and options shall be required. ARTICLE VII-DIVIDENDS : The Board of Directors of the corporation may, from time to time, distribute on a pro rata basis to its share holders out of the capital surplus of the corporation a portion of its assets, in cash or property. ARTICLE VIII-REPURCHASE OF SHARES: The Board of Directors of the corporation may, from time to time, cause the corporation to purchase its own shares to the extent of the unreserved and unrestricted earned and capital surplus of the corporation. ARTICLE IX-LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: To the fullest extend permitted by the Arizona Revised Statutes as the same exists or may hereafter be amended, a director of the corporation and those persons who serve on a board or council in an advisory capacity to the corporation shall not be liable to the corporation or its stockholders for monetary damages for breach of fiduciary duty as a director, or board or council member. No repeal, amendment or modification of this article, whether direct of indirect, shall eliminate or reduce its effect with respect to any act or omission of a director of the corporation occurring prior to such repeal, amendment or modification. ARTICLE XINDEMNIFICATION: The corporation shall indemnify any person who incurs expenses by reason of the fact he or she is or way an officer, director, employee or agent of the corporation or is or was serving at the request of the corporation as director, officer, employee or agent of another corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise. This indemnification shall be mandatory in all circumstances in which indemnification is permitted by law. ARTICLE XISTATUTORY AGENT: The name and address of the initial statutory agent of the corporation is Douglas J. Edgelow, 2701 East Camelback Road, Suite 175, Phoenix, AZ 85016. ARTICLE XII-BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The initial board of directors shall consist of one (1) director. The name and address of the person who shall serve as the director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until successors are elected and qualified is: Douglas J. Edgelow, 2701 East Camelback Road, Suite 175, Phoenix, AZ 85016. The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaw. The business and affairs of the corporation shall be managed by the Board of Directors. ARTICLE XIII-INCORPORATOR: The incorporator of the corporation and their address is: Douglas J. Edgelow, 2701 East Camelback Road, Suite 175, Phoenix, AZ 85016. All powers, duties and responsibilities of the incorporators shall cease at the time of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I, the undersigned have hereunto set my hand 17th day of September, 2013. Signed Douglas J. Edgelow.

Published in the Buckeye Valley News October 24th, 31st, November 7th, 2013 PUBLIC NOTICE

SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA MARICOPA COUNTY, Christine Jonovich, Petitioner, and Tommy D Jonovich, Respondent, Case No. FC2011– 071273, PETITION TO ENFORCE CHILD SUPPORT, Petitioner, Christine Jonovich, requests that the Court enforce the following order: Child Support, On 9/26/2011 a Judicial Officer of the Maricopa County Superior Court of Arizona ordered Respondent to pay child support in the amount of $371.00 per month. Petitioner, Christine Jonovich, alleges the following: 1. Respondent has failed to make timely payments of child support from 9/26/2011. The total amount of past due child support is $8,533.00. 2. There have been no child support payments made directly to me. 3. There have been no child support payments made through a state other than Arizona. WHEREFORE, Petitioner requests that the Court: 1. Order the other person to bring to the conference those items set forth in the Order to Appear. 2. Enter judgment for past due support, clerk’s fees, service costs, and other court costs against the other party. 3. Enter an Income Withholding Order to require the other person’s employer to take money for the following from the other person’s paycheck: current child support and child support arrears. 4. Order the other person to pay support though the Support Payment Clearing house. 5. Find the other party in civil contempt of court and order sanctions, that may include but are not limited to, incarceration and the posting of a surety bond. 6. Issue a civil or child support arrest warrant if the other party fails to appear, and/or enter a default judgment. 7. Order relief as deemed just and proper by the court. Unsworn Written Declaration, I, Christine Jonovich, declare and verify under penalty of perjury that the foregoing information is true and correct. Signed: Christine Jonovich, Date: 8/20/13.

Published in Buckeye Valley News October 31st, November 7th,14th, and 21st, 2013

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The Hawkeye View with Pete Potter

Buckeye Hawks — Verrado Vipers Youngker RoughRiders — Estrella foothills Wolves

HAWKS VIEW Last Monday while I was at a Volleyball game, the news of Coach Bobby Barnes was spreading through the gym like a moving fire. The talk was that the coach was stepping down from the Head Coaching job. I didn’t believe it because he was happy with his job but it made me wonder if he wasn’t offered a job at a bigger school in Arizona or Oklahoma. Waited a day before seeing the Coach. He told me it was not a rumor but the truth that he was stepping down to move back to Moore, Oklahoma where his family resides. His parents were getting older and he wanted to be near them. The Coach and his wife both secured jobs before making the decision much easier to make even as hard as it was. The coach had a very successful 11 years while serving as its Head Football Coach, establishing a record of 70 wins while losing 53. 15 of those loses came his first two years. Winning region Championships in 2005, ’07, ’08 and 2010. Last year when his team defeated Youngker high school, it was his 62nd win, making him the winningest Buckeye coach in its history. Three former assistants of his went onto become Head coaches at other high schools in Arizona. Many of his players earned all-state recognition as well as all region. Coach Barnes has earned the respect of many and will be missed in Buckeye. He leaves his successor a good nucleus for next year, a dream of any new coach coming in. Through the years that I have been covering the Hawks, coach thought I was putting a jinx on him and the team for predicting10 victories each year, maybe I did, but I wasn’t far off. So for the new Coach I will expect nothing but 10 victories next year and to advance to the Semifinals in the state. Barnes has built the program in Buckeye to succeed and we all in Buckeye should thank him for leaving the program in such good shape. Thank you Mr. Barnes for putting up with me. I have learned a lot from you. Must admit to you that I was like any fan, there were times I would cuss you out but when it came to writing my columns, never did I mention it, because I didn’t want to look like a fool. Thank you again, and also your wife who always was kind to me. Our loss is Oklahoma’s’ gain

LADY HAWKS DEFEAT MOHAVE 3-0 Going into the game, the record is 8-8, to ensure they remain at .500 for the season they needed a victory last night. The girls came out determined to win this game. They proved that by winning the first set 26-24 on an ace by Alex Tate. The Hawks were behind at the beginning before Kendalle Finchum tied the game at 8-8 with an ace. The Hawks didn’t take the lead until Alex Tate made four serves to give them the lead at 12-11. The Hawks fell behind, not taking the lead until Gabrielle Coker had a slam kill to give her teammates a 25-24, followed by the game winning ace by Tate. HAWKS STATS: HANNAH WARNER 3 ACE 2 SERVES PTS ALEX MENDOZA 2 SERVE PTS KOURTNEE FINCHUM 2 KILLS ALEX TATE 2 ACES 5 SERVE PTS DELANEY DOUGHERTY 2 KILLS HAYLEE BENBOW 3 ACES 4 SERVE PTS 3 KILLS GABRIEL COKER 3A 16 KILLS KENDALLE FINCHUM 4 ACES 3 SERVES 7 KILLS

HAWKS GALLANT EFFORT FALLS SHORT Greenway High School came into the game sporting a 15-2 record, looking forward to another win to enhance their state playoff. If they thought they would be in for an easy victory, the Lady Hawks made that idea disappear in the first game. The Hawks got off to a good start with Gabrielle Coker getting two kills for the first two points of the game. Buckeye extended the lead to 13-6 on an ace by Alex Tate and kills by Coker, Hannah Warner and Lindsay Baxter. Kills by Coker, Haylee Benbow and Kendalle Finchum extended the lead to 17-9 but the Demons bounced right back to tie the game at 22-22, However squashed any hopes the Demons would win the game when Warner got an ace , then Coker with another vicious kill for a 25-23 win. The second game was close all the way with each team exchanging leads. The Hawks tied the game at 17-17 on two serve points by Coker. The Hawks could only close within one on kills by the Finchum twins before Greenway won 25-23 to tie it at a game each. The third game was mostly all Demons except for Alexis Mendoza, who had five aces and one serve to tie the score at 9-9. After that it was all Greenway before winning 25-19 to take a 2-1 lead. You cannot count these girls out, they still have fight in them and they will not go down easy. Team Captain Haylee Benbow got them started right off with 5 serve points to go along with an ace for a 9-2 lead. When the Demons were getting close, Benbow delivered a kill to slow down their surge for a 13-11 lead. It now was Coker’s turn, getting a kill, 3 serve pts, and ace to build the lead to 23-16. Alex Tate delivered the ace that done Greenway in 25-18, tying it 2-2. Greenway got the early lead in the deciding match but Coker got 2 kills to tie at 3-3. The Demons build a lead of 7-4 but Alexis Mendoza had 3 aces, with Alex Tate getting a kill to tie it at 8-8. From that point on it was all Greenway except for a kill by Kourtnee Finchum to make it 9-14. On the next play Greenway scored the winning point, 15-9. The girls finished the season with a record of 9 wins and 9 losses. Good year girls, everyone is proud of you. You gave us a few disappointments but mostly there was joy and a good time. Success to you in the future. The HONOR of scoring the last point in Volley ball for the seniors is Kourtnee Finchum. Player of the game Gabrielle Coker. HAWKS STATS HANNAH WARNER :3 ACES, 7 SERVE POINTS, 2 KILLS ALEXIS MENDOZA : 7 ACES, 2 SERVE POINTS KOURTNEE FINCHUM : 6 KILLS GABRIELE COKER 3 ACES, 6 SERVES, 1 BLOCK, 22 KILLS DELANEY DOUGHERTY : 2 KILLS HAYLEE BENBOW : 3 ACES, 8 SERVE POINTS, 3 KILLS LINDSAY BAXTER : 1 SERVE POINT, 1 KILL KENDALLE FINCHUM 4 SERVE POINTS 6 KILL

HAWKS WIN ON FINAL GAME OF SEASON ON A SAD NOTE Even though the Hawks victory give them a solid record of 7-3 it wasn’t good enough to qualify them for a state berth. Even on a sadder note, their coach Bobby Barnes is stepping down (more on that in Hawks View) Team Captains for the night were seniors: Cutter Hart, Torrez Guy, Mike Gomez, Jesus Ochoa and Ismael Betancourt. The way the game started out shocked me, to be honest with you. No way did I believe that Sierra would score first but it happened. The Bulldogs scored on a 63 yard quarterback run, two point try was good at 10:43 of the first quarter for a 0-8 lead. The Hawks were forced to punt after gaining1 first down. Sierra Linda fumbled on their second possession by who else but Yancey Vanosdell who seemed to get every fumble this year. Good to note he has two more years left. The Hawks marched right down the field to score on 1 yard plunge by Cutter Hart. Two point try was good to tie the score 8-8. The Hawks scored again with 6:59 left to take a 15-8 lead, kick good by Luis Lopez 15-8 Buckeye scored again with 35 seconds left on a pass from Bojorquez to Banister for 22-8 half time lead. Well noting here also, these two guys will be back next year. The Hawks seem to like to score at the end of each quarter, this time it was with 45 seconds left in the 3rd on 6 yd pass from Bojorquez to Hunt. Hawks take command 29-8. The Bulldogs scored on a 80 yard pass play as the 4 th period was beginning 29-16. With 7 minutes left in the game Bojorquez hit Luis Anduray on a 24 yard touchdown pass giving the Hawks a 36-16 lead. Sierra Linda scored with 42 seconds left to make the score final at 36-22. Good job to both sides. BUCKEY STATS RUSHING: 4 yds Art Bojorquez 14 yds Mike Gomez 20 Torres Guy 47 yds Cody Garrison 56 yds Quinten Hunt 24 yds Bernie Berrelez 1 yd Andrew Gomez PASSING; 66 yds Bojorquez to Banister 78 yds Bojorquez to Hunt 24 yds Bojorquez to Anduray TACKLES: Keiontae Bell 1 interception Luis Anduray 1 Keiontae Bell 4 Torres Guy 7 Jesse Rodriquez 2 Gauge Gibson 1 Carlos Higuera 2 Many Rivas 1 Abraham Stoute 5 Angel Munoz 3 Mike Gomez 1 Fr 1 Josh Kielman 6 Yancey Vanosdell 1 Bernie Berrelez Offensive players of game: Bojorquez, Garrison and Hunt Defensive players of game Torres Guy and Josh Kielman


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Buckeye Hawks — Verrado Youngker Roughriders — Estrella Foothills Wolves

(TOP—left to right) Lexi Cantu, YHS, Courtnee Oglesbee YHS, Sam Goldenstein EFHS, Savannah Hillebrand EFHS. (MIDDLE—left to right) Alex Tate BUHS, Gabrielle Coker BUHS. (ABOVE) Kalie Stickley YHS. My choices of the best performers in the Buckeye District schools in volleyball this year. This is the third year I have selected those I think played the best in the games I saw this year. This was the toughest year to select only 7, but leading the way as my top choice is Sam Goldenstein from EFHS. A true floor leader, she took control and helped the others position themselves. Her talents will be hard to replace for the Wolves next year. Thank to all players.

The Salute Our Troops 10K, 5K and Fun Run will be held on November 9 in the scenic Goodyear master-planned community of Estrella. The expo and race registration will open at 7:30 a.m. with the 10K kicking off at 8:30 a.m. The event is designed to honor veterans and active duty military members including Estrella resident and WWII veteran Mr. Marvin Rewerts, who will serve as grand marshal for the race. Rewerts will have a special seat at the VIP area and be joined by a number of community military members and veterans to be recognized during the race festival. Hosted by Greater Cause Foundation, proceeds from the run will benefit the Military Assistance Mission (MAM), a local nonprofit that provides moral and financial assistance to Arizona active duty military, their families and wounded warriors regardless of overseas deployment status. MAM provides grants to cover emergency needs for living expenses such as rent, utilities, car payments and groceries. To learn more about this great organization, visit azmam.org. Race festivities will include opening ceremonies by Luke Air Force Base Honor Guard, special appearances by local sport mascots, an assortment of expo booths and a kid’s zone. After the run, there will be a ceremony to honor all who have served our country. The community would like to thank all military veterans and active duty personnel for their bravery and service. More information and race registration can be found at: saluteourtroopsrun.org.


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Wolves Tame Parker’s Broncs; Secure Eighth Seed in Playoffs Story and photos by Michael Rincon For the second week in a row the Estrella Foothills Wolves dominated opponents on both sides of the ball to decisively win a game. The latest victory came at the expense of the Parker Broncs who traveled to Estrella Foothills with a 6-3 record, matching that of the Wolves. Estrella won the game 51-14. At risk for Estrella was the potential first-round, home field advantage in the Arizona Interscholastic Association Div. IV playoffs. The Wolves entered the game with a high enough seeding to secure a playoff spot, but a final seeding of ninth or lower would have most likely meant the team would have to travel a significant distance to its first-round game. When the AIA bracket dust settled, the Wolves finished with an 8th place seeding, securing the home field advantage. The team will face the Safford Bulldogs who have an 8-2 record but fell just under three one-hundreths of a point below the Wolves in team ratings giving Safford a ninth seed. As for the Parker game, the Wolves were handed an early gift immediately following the kickoff to Parker when the Wolves’ Mason Benfield forced the Broncs’ Devonte Jackson to fumble giving Estrella Foothills possession on the Parker 26 just seconds after the start of the game. With less than one minute expired, Estrella Foothills quarterback Jared Fleming hit Kenzel Martin on a 35-yard touchdown pass to give the Wolves a quick lead. And with that the tone was set. The Wolves reeled off 24 more points before Parker was able to get on the board. In all, the Wolves scored four touchdowns on the ground, including three by Junior quarterback Jared Fleming. Sophomore running back Joe Logan ran for one touchdown. In the air, Fleming threw for three touchdown passes, hitting Junior Branden Leon twice and Martin once for scores. Defensively, the Wolves had three players in double digits for tackles—Hunter Gasvoda, Josh South and Bryan Christian. The first round playoff game against Safford is scheduled for 7:00 p.m., Nov. 8th at Estrella Foothills.

Photos (clockwise from top): Joe Logan finds a gaping hole en route to 149 rushing yards; Marcus Young flattens Parker receiver Devante Jackson after a short pass; Quarterback Jared Fleming rolls out in search of a receiver.

Estrella Foothills senior football players and members of the HOSA sports medicine organization participate in the senior walk, a tradition held during the last regular season home football game of the year. Wolves parents, students and supporters watched quietly from the stands as seniors walked down the field and gathered at the south end zone.


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Banner Health presents a free educational series Pelvic Health: Matters Below the Belt If you suffer from Incontinence, uterine prolapse, pelvic pain and other pelvic floor disorders, learn the signs and symptoms and treatment options that are now available at Banner Health. Banner Health in conjunction with Spirit of Women will host Pelvic Health: Matters Below the Belt. This free event series will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Banner Estrella Medical Center, in the Conference Center rooms 1 and 2 at 9201 W. Thomas Rd., Phoenix. Dr. Jennifer Klauschie, OBGYN, will present current information on diagnosis, treatment options, rehabilitation and other ingredients to control your bladder. The free event will offer attendees healthy snacks, and provide recipes to cook up your own healthy lifestyle. Reservations for this event series are required and seating is limited. To RSVP, please call (602) 230-2273 (CARE).Banner Estrella Medical Center is a nonprofit hospital in west Phoenix specializing in heart care, obstetrics, surgical services, Emergency services and diagnostic imaging services. One of the first fully-digital hospitals in the country, Banner Estrella has served as a model for dozens of new hospitals built around the world since it opened in 2005. The hospital is undergoing a major expansion that will add approximately 175 additional beds, an expanded Emergency department and more beds for new moms and babies. Banner Estrella is part of Banner Health, a nonprofit healthcare system with 24 hospitals in seven states. For more information, visit www.BannerHealth.com/Estrella or Facebook.


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ACRES desde $4,900 Tonopah (30 minutos al West de phx) inventario limitado. Vealos hoy mismo 602-390-1114

Several open positions, Phoenix to Las Vegas, Phoenix to California and some local runs. Mileage and stop pay on the runs from Phoenix to Las Vegas and California. Drivers must have 3 years experience driving tractor trailer within the last 5 years of employment. Must be willing to work weekends (Saturday, Sunday)

AIRES IS HIRING CARE GIVERS IN THE BUCKEYE/AVONDALE AREA! Provide support and services that enable individuals to remain in their home. • Must be able to pass a background check, obtain and retain a Fingerprint Level One Clearance card, 21+ with a moderately clean driving record to drive a company vehicle, HS Diploma/GED, pass a drug screen • No experience is necessary Day hours Mon-Fri • $8.25/hourly To see a complete job description and to complete an application visit www.aires.org, Click on Work At AIRES, click the apply link, and select Phoenix HCBS if interested in the Home & Community Based Services program

Gila Bend — Permanent part time and full time needed. Front desk, night audit and housekeepers. Seniors OK. Apply in person. 2888 Butterfield Trail.

5 Acres, Tonopah. Electricity. Perfectly level. Best deal! $9,500! PEAKVIEW PROPERTIES 480-994-1200 NOW TAKING LISTINGS ON PROPERTIES THAT “COMP OUT”. PREFER NO HOA, ONE ACRE PLUS PARCELS AND MANUFACTED HOMES ARE OK. RON TRINKA REALTY 623-853-2525 SUNDANCE IN BUCKEYE, 2000 SQ’ 3 BEDROOM, SHOWS GREAT $149,900 RON TRINKA REALTY 623-853-2525

Anniversaries November 25 Mr. & Mrs. Tracy Lee November 26 Mr. & Mrs. Les Meredith, Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Dunivant November 29 Mr. & Mrs. Tony Youngker November 30 Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Hughes

To apply: Send your resume to schildress@hickmanseggs.com.

or go to www.hickmanseggs.com click on employment fill out the drivers application and fax to 623-872-2388 Training & Development: Looking for a highly motivated, energetic and organized individual to train new hires. Must have excellent communication skills, good grammar and writing abilities, Bilingual a plus. Able to work independently and self driven. Competitive benefit package. Salary DOE. Fax: 623-4746392 or e-mail resume to schildress@hickmanseggs.com.

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1880421-2 I. Name 7831 W KRALL ST, LLCII. The address of the known place of business is 14937 W POINSETTIA DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85379 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is HADIL MUSTAFA, 14937 W POINSETTIA DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85379 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are HYDAR MUSTAFA, HADIL MUSTAFA, MEMBERS, 14937 W POINSETTIA DR, SURPRISE, AZ 85379 . Published in the

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File NoL-1876169-6 I. Name HAPPY KIDS CHILD CARE CENTER, LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 6727 W BETHANY HOME RD, GLENDALE, AZ 85303 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is LUZ MEDINA, 6727 W BETHANY HOME RD, GLENDALE, AZ 85303 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are LUZ MEDINA, LUDIVINA MEDINA, MEMBERS, 6727 W BETHANY HOME RD, GLENDALE, AZ 85303. Published in the

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Amendment, Pursuant to A.R.S. under instruction of L015i. 1.) Entity Name—give the exact name of the LLC as currently shown in A.C.C. records THE ZIPP AGENCY LLC. 2.) A.C.C. File Number: L1676196-8 3.) Entity Name Change—type or print the exact NEW name of the LLC: INTEGRITIY INSURANCE, LLC. 4.) Member Changes (Change in Members) — see Instructions L015i— Use one block per person, FOR MEMBERS CURRENTLY SHOWN IN A.C.C. RECORDS-list the name of each member being changed, and below that provide any new information for that member (new name and/or address), then check all boxes that apply to indicate the change being made for that member : FOR NEW MEMBERS — In a separate block, list the name in the NEW name blank and give the address, and check the appropriate box. Remove Member Add as 20% or more member: I acknowledge under penalty of perjury that this document together with any attachments is submitted in compliance with Arizona law. Signed: PETER ZIPP III, ON THIS 1ST, DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2013. Published in the Buckeye Valley

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& HAULING HD 7750 8R HEAD TANDEM TRUCKS EDWIN JOHNSON For More Information C: 785-567-7134 H: 785-567-4803

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Commercial building for business. Approx. 900 sq. ft. Good location on Main St. in Buckeye. Call 623-776-3522 or 602-793-4076

Female dog at 339th Ave. and Indian School Rd. Call 623-262-3442

November 29 Amanda Rose, Christine Molitor, Drew Longbons, Hayley Duncan, James Popoff (J.P.), Keith Coker, Mia Castro, Mike Kirk, Steve Yohn, Hayley Clifton November 30 Ashia Alexis Abrigo, Blair Ybarra, Crystal Lee, Terri Bowlan, Tim Villa, Clara Baker PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1852843-2 I. Name PL ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK, LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 3108 W LINCOLN ST, REAR, PHOENIX, AZ 85009 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is MERLE LOUCK, 11819 N 29TH, PHOENIX, AZ 85028 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are MERLE LOUCK, MEMBER, 11819 N 29TH ST, PHOENIX, AZ 85028 . Published in the

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Front load driver for local waste disposal company. Must have a class A CDL, clean driving record. Experience preferred but not required. Please apply at 26405 W. Hwy 85 in Buckeye.

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-880883-6 I. Name KCH ESTIMATING LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 1415 N COUNTRY CLUB DR, #2079 , MESA, AZ, 85201 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is TY HARMAN, 1415 N COUNTRY CLUB DR, #2079,MESA, AZ 85201 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are TY HARMAN , MEMBER, 1415 N COUNTRY CLUB DR, #2079, MESA, AZ 85201 . Published in the Buckeye Valley News

November 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013

Night shift — 7:00 pm to 7:00 am. Youth worker needed at group home for adolescent girls. Salary $10.00 - $12.00 per hour based on experience. Apply at OlsonApeca@aol.com.

ONLY $249,900

Commercial Office Building. 2100 sq ft on a hard corner in Historical Downtown Buckeye. Has reception area with 2 large offices and 9 smaller offices.12 parking spaces with fenced area.

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Buckeye Valley News November 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. L-1868103-2 I. Name 25 MILE LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 4622 E ADOBE DR, PHOENIX, AZ 85050 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent CHRIS MARSHALL, 4622 E ADOBE,DR, PHOENIX, AZ 85050 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are: CHRIS MARSHALL, MANAGER, MEMBER, 4622 E ADOBE DR, PHOENIX, AZ 85050 Published in the Buckeye Valley News July

25, August 1, 8, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-18741906 I. Name STREET TREETS LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 200524 W CRESCENT DRIVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is STEPHANY WALKER, 20524 W CRESCENT DRIVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: STEPHANY WALKER, WILLIAM WALKER, MEMBERS, 20524 W CRESCENT DRIVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396. Published in the Buckeye Valley News

November 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No. L-1881086-0 I. Name SOUTHWEST INTERPRETING SERVICES LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 29474 W COLUMBUS AVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent LOUIS W POLO, 29474 W COLUMBUS AVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the liability company are: LUIS W POLO MANAGER, 29474 W COLUMBUS AVE, BUCKEYE, AZ 85396 Published in the Buckeye Valley News

July 25, August 1, 8, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: P-1873554-0 I. Name JAMES SCOTT BACKES PLLC II. The address of the known place of business is 635 S ROANOKE ST GILBERT, AZ 852696 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is JAMES SCOTT BACKES, 635 S ROANOKE ST, GILBERT, AZ 85296 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: JAMES SCOTT BACKES, MEMBER, 635 S ROANOKE ST, GILBERT, AZ 85296 . Published in the

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-1877114-6 I. Name INDIGO TOURS & SHUTTLE LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 16643 W QUAIL RUN, SURPRISE, AZ 85387 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is TRACY FATE, 16643 W QUAIL RUN , SURPRISE, AZ 85387 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: TRACY FATE, MEMBER, 16643 W QUAIL RUN, SURPRISE, AZ 85387 . Published in the

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-18819333 I. Name 8840 LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 8740 W SAHURO DR, PEORIA, AZ 85345 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is DALE LETCHER, 8740 W SAHURO DR, PEORIA, AZ 85345 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member areDALE & JUDITH E LETCHER LIVING, MEMBER, TRUST, PO BOX 878, PEORIA, AZ 85380 . Published in the Buckeye

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Buckeye Valley News November 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L-18765008 I. Name 2910 W. COUNTRY GABLES, LLCII. The address of the known place of business is 8900 N 58TH PL, PARADISE, AZ 85253 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is ANNE MARIE GARVEY, 8900 N 58TH PL, PARADISE VALLEY, AZ 85253 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are RYMAN G GARVEY, MEMBER, 4111 N DRINKWATER, BLVD #D202, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85251, JOHN HILL JR. MEMBER, 2614 POPLAR ST, DENVER, CO 80207, JOHN HILL III, MEMBER, 19360 N IBIS SWY, MARICOPA, AZ 85138. Published in the Buckeye Valley News

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L -18798255 I. Name SOAK IT IN BODY PRODUCTS, LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 23081 W PEPPER DR, BUCKEYE, AZ 85326 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is ROBERT CAROCHI, 23081 W PEPPER DR, BUCKEYE, AZ 85326 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: REGINA CAROCHI, MEMBER, 23081 W PEPPER DR, BUCKEYE, AZ 85326 . Published in the Buckeye

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L -1878839-7 I. Name WANGLER GARDEN HOME LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 140 GARDEN ST, PRESCOTT, AZ 86306 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is UNITED STATES CORPORATIION AGENT, 17470 N PACESETTER WAY, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85255 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: KENNETH WANGLER, SANDRA WANGLER, MEMBERS, 140 GARDEN ST, PRESCOTT, AZ 86306. Published in the Buckeye

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PUBLIC NOTICE Articles of Organization has been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for: File No.: L -1877037-0 I. Name VALLEY VAPOR. LLC II. The address of the known place of business is 112 S EMERALD DR, APACHE JUNCTION, AZ 85120 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is UNITED STATES CORPORATION AGENT, 17470 N PACESETTER WY, SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85255 Management of the limited company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: KENO THOMSEN, NICOLE GORE, MEMBERS, 112 S EMERALD DR, APACHE JUNCTION, AZ 85120. Published in the Buckeye

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PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF Pursuant to A.R.S. Under Instruction of C010i ( Arizona For Profit Corporation) File No. –18728012 1. Entity Type: Check only one to indicate the type of entity being formed: For-Profit (Business) Corporation 2. Entity Name: The name of the Corporation is A.T.P. INC. 3. Professional Corporation Services: If professional corporation is checked in number 1, briefly describe the professional service or services that the professional corporation will provide (examples: law firm, accounting, medical) 4. Character of Business: briefly describe the character of business the corporation initially intends to conduct in Arizona. NOTE: that the character of business that the corporation ultimately conducts is not limited by the description provided: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. 5. Shares: List the class (common, preferred, etc.) and total number of shares of each class that the corporation is AUTHORIZED to issue—the total must be greater than zero. Class: Common; Series: ; Total: 1 Per Value: $0.01 6. Arizona Known Place of Business Address: Same as the street address of the statutory agent. YES. 7. Directors: List the name and business address of each and every Director of the corporation. DAMION L. HOUSER, SR., 212 N. 152ND DRIVE, GOODYEAR, 85338. 8. Statutory Agent: (In Arizona) The name and address of the statutory agent of the Corporation is: DAMION L. HOUSER, SR, 212 N. 152ND, DRIVE, GOODYEAR, 85338. 9. Incorporators: The names( s) and address (es) of the Incorporator( s) is (are): DAMION L. HOUSER, SR. 212 N. 152ND DRIVE, GOODYEAR, AZ, 85338. Signed: DAMION L. HOUSER, SR. On this 30th day of August, 2013. Published in the

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