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San Manuel

MINER

Proudly serving as the Tri-Community’s source of weekly news since 1954 Vol. 57 No. 42

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Periodicals Postage Paid at San Manuel, Ariz. 85631

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Mammoth Celebrates Project Completion

See Story, Page 6 Also In This Issue:

John Clark to be Honored, See Story, Page 20

San Manuel’s Open Air Market, See Story, Page 7


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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona

October 19, 2011

Ernie Carnighan

December 25, 1942 - Oct. 10, 2011 Ernie Carnighan passed on peacefully in his home on Oct. 10, 2011, surrounded by his sister, five nieces and other close family and friends. Ernie was born on Dec. 25, 1942 to John and Nasaria Carnighan in

Tucson. He grew up in Mammoth and graduated in 1961 from San Manuel High School. Ernie enlisted in the U.S. Army and served from 19621967, some of that time stationed in Germany. He worked for Magma

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Copper Company for a few years before getting hired at ASARCO Mining Company driving a pickup truck, making and picking up deliveries for most of his career. He drove thousands of miles without having a single accident, although he may have caused a few. He retired after 34 years. He loved to play the guitar and sing. Ernie was well known and liked by many in the community. He was proud of the fact that he took care of his mother, Nasaria, for 14 years after she had a debilitating stroke. He also took on the formidable task of raising five, yes five, nieces as if they were his own. Anna, Christine, Virginia, Mary and Patricia can attest to the fact that Ernie was a loving, selfless, kind and giving man who took the time to teach them to be good

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people. He gladly took on the lifelong role as their father, right up to the end of his life. His many friends can also tell of Ernie’s generosity and his willingness to help those in need. “Uncle Ernie” will be sorely missed by all his family and friends. He was a Godfearing man and was a fine example to many as how to live one’s life. Preceded in death by his parents, John and Nasaria Carnighan and half-brother Arthur Carnighan, Ernie is survived by his brother, Gilbert Carnighan of

Fullerton, California; his sister, Dora Mendoza of Mammoth; his five nieces, Anna Esquivel, Christine (Marty) Ponce, Virginia (Tony) Garcia, Mary (Johnny) Borquez, and Patricia (Craig) Williams; also three nephews, Mark Carnighan, Robin Carnighan, Jerome Carnighan and many grand nieces and nephews. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Vistoso Funeral Home. To leave an online condolence please visit guestbook at www.vistosofuneralhome. com.

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Ernie Carnighan

Sheriff’s Report The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Oct. 8 Daniel Valenzuela Cittadini, 28, San Manuel, was arrested in the 100 block of Avenue I, San Manuel, on a failure to appear warrant. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Oct. 10 An accident with injuries was reported in the 300 block of West American Avenue, Oracle. A vehicle rolled near St. Helen’s Catholic Church. Oct. 10 An accident without injuries was reported in the area of East American Avenue and North College Drive, Oracle. Oct. 10 A medical emergency was reported at First Avenue Elementary School in San Manuel. A child fell on the playground and was unable to move his/her legs. Tri-City Meds were on scene and requested a helicopter. No other information was given. Oct. 11 Theft was reported in the 86000 See Sheriff, Page 16


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Letter to the Editor: In full support of Mammoth recall Editor, San Manuel Miner: A response to Mammoth to have Recall, General Election in March: As a citizen of Mammoth most of my life, and as a citizen who has been attending monthly council meetings for the past year, and as the wife of a town employee of 12-1/2 years, I am a little confused by what Councilmen Bart Goff and Robert Koch had to say in their own defense. Goff says he has served on the Mammoth Town Council for more than 10 years and has served the community with no agenda and only what is in the best interest of our town? Mr. Goff, is it not true that most of the council meetings that I have attended, you were not even there? Do we need to take a closer look at documentation for the past year or more to see how many meetings you have actually missed? But, you claim you’re here for the people of Mammoth, right? Well, it must be in the spirit because most of the time we don’t even see you! I am also confused by your statement as a lifelong resident of Mammoth wanting what is best for our town. Mr. Goff, I, too, am a lifelong resident of Mammoth and I have one question for you. Have you seen the condition of the town, including cemetery, parks and roads? Mr. Goff, can you explain, as the Public Works Commissioner and lifelong resident, what you are doing about it or is this what you call in the best interest of our town? I have seen citizens, Vice Mayor Frances Wickham, Councilman Al Barcelo and Councilman Rudy Romo complain about the conditions. You usually just sit quietly, when you do attend a meeting, and let everyone else do all the talking. When you were given the task/duty to review documents for an appeal hearing, with plenty of time given, you failed to do so; and, at the second illegal hearing, you completely changed your entire vote. Wow! Both you and Koch knew my husband won his appeal due to two tied/failed votes,

according to Robert’s Rules of Order, which Council follows; but you went along with the second illegal meeting, even after Wickham, Barcelo and Romo, strongly opposed citizens, even spoke out against having a second illegal meeting and a third vote. But you serve the community with no agenda and good intentions, right Mr.Goff? Mr. Koch, you stated that you perform your Councilman duties with honesty, integrity and fairness. Mr. Koch, were you really being fair as the police commissioner during my husband’s ordeal? As I recall, you never once spoke to my husband or even tried to get his side of the story! My husband has been a dedicated employee for 12-1/2 years, which should mean something to you, but didn’t. The employee you did side with has since moved out of state, after a very short stint as a city employee; and there was never any conflict of interest there, right Mr. Koch? When my husband called you and asked you to get involved on one incident, your exact words were, “I will do this for you and call you right back.” Mr. Koch, were you being honest with my husband or after 10 months gone by, are you still planning on getting back to him? My husband was only asking from you, after getting nowhere with two supervisors, was he getting paid or not during his Admin leave because he has a wife and four small children to support. Councilman Al Barcelo took care of it because he cares and you showed you didn’t. Shame on you, Mr. Koch! You should have been fair, as the Police Commissioner, by gathering

all the facts and talking to other senior employees, who agreed with my husband about the turmoil in the department, but you did neither. When you thanked the Hearing Officer and Rachelle Sanchez for doing such a good job (matter of opinion) at a meeting, in front of my husband and me, also including the citizens there to support us, I found that to be distasteful and a cheap shot, knowing the situation to be very sensitive. So, would you call that having integrity, Mr. Koch? I have also observed you being absent at several meetings but you will get on the phone to cast your vote against my husband because you’re all about fairness and having no agenda, right? Lastly, Mr. Koch, are you not on tape, at a budget

meeting, saying “We need to hit them where they live.” in reference to you wanting to collect cemetery debts from citizens and raising rates? “Hit them where they live.” Wow! How sad! So, yeah, I can see why you and Goff are being recalled and I fully support it! Mr. Goff and Mr. Koch, please quit patting yourselves

on the back along with certain others because, I can assure you, several Mammoth citizens are not! It’s time for a change in Mammoth and new leadership. So, please go and vote in March. Thank you, Al Barcelo, Francis Wickham and Rudy Romo for all that you do for our town, for caring and for

having your own voices. Goff and Koch want to defend themselves and be heard but not once did they ever talk to my husband, so he can defend himself and be heard. Respectfully and freely stating only my opinion. /s/ Dulce McIntosh Proud Mammoth Citizen

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This semi truck fell off a jack killing an Oracle man. (Photo courtesy of PCSO) An Oracle man was killed Oct. 7 when a semi-truck he was working on slipped off the jack and crushed him. Pinal County Sheriff’s Deputies and emergency medical personnel were called to a home in the 2000 block of West Oracle Ranch Road after a woman called 911 and reported that a semi-truck had fallen on her father. Another person at the scene told dispatchers that the vehicle had been moved off the victim and that he was not breathing. A medical helicopter was put on standby by medical personnel, but it was later cancelled after the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim was transported by the Medical Examiner’s Office and the call was turned over to Pinal County Homicide Detectives. The name of the victim was not released by Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. Elias Johnson, Public Information Officer for PCSO, said that the investigation is ongoing, but that all indications are that this was an accident.


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Road receives name change to honor early residents By Mila Lira The Pinal County Board of Supervisors recently approved a name change for Seventh Avenue in San Manuel. Supervisor

Pete Rios initiated the application to rename Seventh Avenue to Willeford Road. The name is being changed to recognize

Daisy and Henry Willeford for their involvement in the community of San Manuel. The Willefords were also one of the first families to move to San

Manuel. In his request to change the name of the road, Supervisor Rios thought an honor like this would help remember the Willeford’s pioneer

spirit when it came to making San Manuel a thriving community during copper’s heyday. The County will be planning a ceremony to

commemorate this name change and honor the Willefords. Specific event information is not yet available.

Sky is the Limit for SBCO’s Walkathon XV On Saturday, Oct. 22, you’ll see the streets of SaddleBrooke filled with walkers wearing sky-blue shirts and lots of smiles, too. This annual walk benefits programs such as Kids’ Closet and tutoring and enrichment programs for kids in San Manuel, Mammoth, Hayden, Oracle and as far north as the San Carlos Apache Reservation. The 15th Annual Walkathon, a community tradition, will get underway at 7:45 a.m., with a warm-up session at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse, 64500 East SaddleBrooke Boulevard (825-3048). The walk will begin at 8 a.m., on

a signal from membership Vice-President and long-time Walkathon volunteer Ken Siarkiewicz. The walk, all the way round Ridgeview Boulevard, will end at the SaddleBrooke Clubhouse. Water stations will be all along the route, along with water and doggie treats for our four-legged friends. Walkers will have a choice of delicious foods at the full hot breakfast and great prizes at a raffle. This year’s walk is dedicated to the memory of Sue Ambler. New this year will be a continuously running slide show of past Walkathons and an area where 2011 sponsors

will display their products and services. We hope you’ll be there! It’s easy to get in on the fun and to get some healthy exercise and help very worthwhile programs for youth at the same time. You can register for the Walkathon in person at the Community Outreach Office, Suite L, in the commercial shopping center in SaddleBrooke. A friendly volunteer will help you register and pick out a tee-shirt or tee-shirts, too. You can also sign up online at www.community-outreach. org and pick up your shirt at the office or at the event on See Walkathon, Page 17

SBCO President Maggie DeBlock (left) introduces Florence Madas, Grand Marshal of the 15th Annual SBCO Walkathon, at a recent SBCO General Meeting. (Submitted photo)


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Town of Mammoth projects reach completion By Jennifer R. Carnes Folks in the Town of Mammoth should be proud. Just in the past two weeks several projects have reached completion, leaving the town a bit brighter and more welcoming. On Oct. 7, the Town of Mammoth officially cut the ribbon for the newly expanded and renovated Charles Clark Community Center. Those in attendance were also celebrating the official completion of the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Mammoth sidewalk project. Those driving through Mammoth on a regular basis were probably

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the first to notice the sidewalk’s completion but it wasn’t until Oct. 12 that the end of the project came blazingly into view. Mammoth Town Clerk Rachelle Sanchez confirmed that the sidewalk lights were officially turned on Oct. 12. “They were waiting for a part to come in,” said Sanchez about the delay. The sidewalk project was started in 2005 and included two phases, the second of which was just finished. ADOT handled all the financial details, Sanchez said. The town was consulted initially on the design of the sidewalk which runs the length of town along Highway 77 when the grant (under

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the Highway Safety Improvement Program) was awarded. The second of the two phases was delayed for six years due to ADOT budget constraints. The second phase cost $660,000. “I always see someone using it,” Sanchez said about the new sidewalk. The community center project was funded with two grants awarded directly to the Town of Superior. Initially, the project was supposed to only entail renovating the existing building using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from 2010, but Sanchez was able to secure a second grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to expand the center. Sanchez explained that the Town had to obtain special permission from the federal department to combine the two grants. With $137,507 from the CDBG grant and the additional $142,000 from HUD, the Town was able to commit $280,000 to the project. The building looks nothing like it did before Far West Developers of Tucson began construction on it in June. Gone are the outside bathrooms and awful flooring. Gone are the back doors that wouldn’t open properly. Gone is the not up-to-date kitchen. The sparkling new building is twice the size of the old center. It has See Mammoth, Page 16

Charles Clark’s photo resides in the newly expanded and renovated Mammoth Community Center.

Attending the ribbon cutting celebrating the completion of the Community Center project were, from left, Cindy Schofield (Central Arizona Association of Governments), Mammoth Councilman Robert Koch, Mammoth Mayor Craig Williams, Mammoth Town Clerk Rachelle Sanchez, Jesse Williams, Mammoth Councilman Larry Ramirez, Mammoth Vice Mayor Frances Wickham, Charles Clark and Sue Williams. (Submitted photo)

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San Manuel’s Open Air Market offers shoppers a ‘hodgepodge’ of goodness By John Hernandez The San Manuel Open Air Market has been in town for four years now but many people still don’t know about it. Some of the vendors joked that it is the best kept secret in town. Laurie, the coordinator for the vendors, welcomes anyone who would like to sell something or is looking for something to buy to come and visit and see what the market is like. Many of the market’s regulars come to socialize and sit and talk over coffee or a cold drink. “You don’t have to buy anything, just stop by and visit,” Laurie said. There are tables set up and plenty of good things to eat. There are tamales, both green corn and red chili, and menudo every week. You can eat them there with beans and rice or take a dozen home with you. Homemade breads, cinnamon rolls, brownies, cookies and other sweet treats are available to go along with your coffee. Arts and crafts are for sale and sometimes fresh produce and eggs are available. Michie Smith owns Frog’s Hair Crossing. She sells homemade people shaped dog biscuits that are all natural (no preservatives), jerky made from London broil and jellies such as jalapeño, pomegranate and prickly pear. She also does handicrafts and had some dream catchers made with devil’s claw. But why Frog’s Hair? Michie said, “Because there is nothing finer than frog’s hair.”

Other vendor’s crafts included jewelry, hot pads and dish towels. “It is a little hodgepodge of everything,” said one of the vendors. On the second Saturday of the month, the Cardells perform live at the market. The Cardells play rock and roll from the 60s. The cost to set up and sell items is only $5. You can come and sell anything you want. The open air market is similar to a swap meet. You can find good bargains there. If you are interested in setting up, contact Laurie at (520) 385-4215 or show up at the Market. The San Manuel Open Air Market is located at the Community Presbyterian Church at 801 McNab Parkway. The market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. It’s set up under the eaves of the church so it’s also open rain or shine.

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Safe Journey House has new director By John Hernandez The Safe Journey House in San Manuel now has a Director. The Eastern Pinal County Coalition Against Domestic Violence (EPCCADV) has selected Carol Heflebower as the Director of their advocacy center. Carol and her husband Clay are recent transplants from Annapolis, Maryland. Carol said the reason they moved to Arizona was that they got tired of the snow and cold. “You don’t have to shovel hot,” she said. The couple lives in

SaddleBrooke. In Maryland, Carol was a pharmaceutical representative for more than 20 years. She and her husband had a medical equipment business. When she wasn’t working, Carol volunteered for a faith based non-profit organization that provided services for the homeless in a large county in Maryland. She later was hired as a case manager for transitional housing, permanent housing and first housing programs. In working with the homeless she learned to identify a lot of needs and

their underlying causes as well as how to provide information and services. Her career has been centered around services for people in need. Carol accepted the position at Safe Journey House because she felt she “could be effective here, helping to identify underlying causes of domestic violence and providing services and referrals for healing and growth.” She is excited about meeting the community leaders and acquainting them with the dynamics of domestic violence and having them help us to

improve the services to the population. “It will be a significant challenge here learning local resources and the community,” Carol said. “I will learn fast about the community. It’s ok to get lost once in awhile and ask directions.” She added, “I really look forward to growing the coalition, forming strong partnerships with other providers and learning about the community. The Safe Journey Home will work to increase services and strive to address and eliminate domestic abuse, the new director vowed.

Carol Heflebower is the new Safe Journey House Director. (John Hernandez photo)

Trunk or Treat : An eerie night that leaves dentists shaking in their smocks Trunk or Treat is an opportunity, they will tell you, to provide the kids of the Tri-Community a safe place to trick or treat. Oh, but is it? Is it really? Or, is it a diabolical plot masterminded by fiends from beyond the grave to rot out the teeth of small children and break the hearts of dentists everywhere? Perhaps hatched by some nefarious non-brusher of teeth? Imagine yourself strapped to the dentist’s chair, mouth forced open and the drill – oooh that high speed drill – swooping in to clear away the edges of newly formed cavities, with the mad cackling of the fiend in your ear, as the dentist, tears in his eyes, forges bravely on in his fight against dental caries. There’s something that puts zombies and ghouls in perspective, heh kiddies? Though the prospect is

frightening, it is also avoidable, if you remember to rinse well and carry an approved toothbrush, as you make your way through a night of candy-laden madness. It’s the usual night in the usual way, minus the newly called for smell of mint and scrubbing noises. The San Manuel High School’s Auditorium Parking Lot becomes a delightful romping ground for tots on Monday, Oct. 31, beginning at 6 p.m. and with a hearty hail of ‘Trunk or Treat,’ the gaiety will commence. Don’t forget, if you want to participate as a giver of fine confectionery suited to the palate of the young, to reserve a “parking space” or a vendor space, which is free for parking and non-profit vendors, but $20 for vendors who are seeking to make a profit, you need to get your registration form filled out

and in to the school secretary by Oct. 27 at noon at the latest. These may be dropped off, emailed to armentl@ msmusd.org or faxed to

The Mammoth Police Report is submitted by the department. According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Oct. 9 A brush fire was reported in the area of Main Street. Mammoth Fire and Police responded and the fire was contained.

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Oracle Schools to host Fall Festival; donations, volunteers sought The Oracle School District is having a Fall Festival for the kids. The first Fall Festival will be held at Mountain Vista School on Friday, Oct. 28,

from 5 to 9 p.m. There will be food, music, a Haunted House, and activities for everyone. Ghouls, ghosts and goblins will be participating in

a costume contest. The costume contest will be for kids in kindergarten through fourth grade and for fifth through eighth grade. The best costumes

will receive a prize. A cake walk is planned. The class that brings in the most baked goods for the cake walk will receive an ice cream party.

Tickets will be sold for the event. Proceeds will benefit the PTO, NJHS, Booster Club and the Student Council. Candy donations are

needed for other prizes. If you would like to volunteer for the event or donate please contact Gina Voita (520) 955-4758 or Brenda Garcia (520) 405-0549.

Perfect attendance pays off

Philip Adami received a $50 gift certificate to San Pedro Valley Pizza Company from John Ryan as a reward for great attendance. (John Hernandez photo)

On Monday, Oct. 3, two students from the MammothSan Manuel School District received a pleasant surprise just for attending school. Superintendent John Ryan drew the names of the students from a bowl holding the names of many students with perfect and excellent attendance records. Carlos Salas, a Junior High student was selected. He received a $50 gift certificate to the local restaurant of his choice. Carlos immediately chose to spend his prize at De Marco’s Restaurant in San Manuel. High School senior Philip Adami was the next name drawn from the bowl. He chose San Pedro Valley Pizza Company as his restaurant. He also received a $50 gift certificate. The next drawing will be held in November. Remember students, you must be present to win.

Jim Cowlin teaches basic digital photography in Oracle By Guy Harrison Media and Marketing Specialist ORACLE, Ariz. – Local freelance photographer Jim Cowlin will offer Basic Digital Photography this fall through Central Arizona College’s community education program. The class will be held at Mountain Vista School in Oracle on Thursday, Nov. 17, from 5-8 p.m. and costs $25. During the class, which is designed for community enrichment, students will study the basics of digital photography, including tips for lighting and composition. Students will be asked to bring their cameras and instruction booklets to class. Cowlin is a freelance photographer based in Oracle, specializing in nature, travel and fine art. For more 30 years he has been documenting the landscape of the Western United States and has built a collection of images that range from broad panoramic views to intimate close-ups. Cowlin’s photographs can be licensed for use in travel and

nature magazines, websites and promotional materials. He provides detailed captions facilitating their use in science textbooks. He also specializes in the production of fine art prints for use in corporate offices, hotels and healthcare facilities. Using high resolution scans of film-based images or digital captures, he makes beautifully detailed, archival prints in almost any size. Cowlin’s current work in progress is documenting US Route 89 between Canada and Mexico. By concentrating on Highway 89, he is able to shoot in 20 national parks and monuments and document the landscape of the West from the Rocky Mountains, across the Colorado Plateau and into the arid mountains and valleys of the Southwestern Desert. His photographs range from the tourist meccas of Yellowstone and Grand Canyon to less well-known attractions such as the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway. The photographs from the US Route 89 Project form a dynamic portrait of this vital

and fast-growing region. For more information about CAC’s Community Education program, or to register for this class, please contact Muriel Thomas by e-mail at muriel. thomas@centralaz.edu, or by phone at 520-494-6616.

M-SM School Superintendent John Ryan congratulates Carlos Salas. (John Hernandez photo)

Jim Cowlin

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Workdays: Oct. 17, 10am-4pm Oct. 21 1-6pm Ribbons will be presented to race winners and a BBQ lunch will be served. For more info & cars, call 487-2219.

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Miners work their way to 7 – 1 with 37 – 3 win over Hawks By Frank Smith The San Manuel Miners varsity football team has worked their way into a 7 – 1 record with a 37 – 3 win over the visiting Tanque Verde Hawks on Friday night. The Miners continue to roll down the tracks heading into a good playoff seeding as they currently sit at a #9 AIA Division V State Power Ranking and at #3 in Section III. The Miners sit behind Thatcher 8 – 0 and Willcox 7 - 1 in Section III. In the first quarter, the Miners did not take long to get on the scoreboard as they took their opening drive in for a score. San Manuel began the drive at their own 33 yard line – marching down the ball to the Hawks’ 10 yard in three plays with big runs by John Ruiz. Jared Gonzalez would cap off the drive with a 10 yard run into the end zone for the touchdown. The PAT kick attempt was no good for a 6 – 0 lead with 10:33 on the clock. The Miners drove 67 yards in four plays taking 1:22 on the drive. On the first possession for the Hawks – Tanque Verde turned the ball over on downs after nine plays, giving the Miners the ball back. The Miners lined up at their 41 yard line, Ruiz took the ball down to the Hawks’ 43 yard line on the first play. Vinnie Valdez ran the ball down to the 27 yard line on the next. Daniel Perez gained two yards to the 25. Gonzalez took the hand-off up the middle of the line for a See Miners, Page 12

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Friday, Oct. 21, Away at 7 p.m. SMHS Varsity Football Schedule & Record (Bold Face Denotes Home Games)

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Junior High Miners finish regular season 5–1 By Frank Smith The San Manuel Junior High football team finished the regular season with a record of 5 – 1 with after posting a 22 – 8 win over Eloy on Oct. 11 at home. The Miners were up for the challenge as Eloy would be a tough opponent. Both teams would hold their own in the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Miners would get on the scoreboard after putting together a 78 yard, nine play drive – highlighted by running backs Stephen Faulstich and capped off by wide receiver Ysidro Wasko with a 31 yard run on the reverse play for the touchdown. The two point play by running back Armando Lopez was good for an 8 – 0 lead with 2:10 left before the half. Eloy would get the ball before the half but turned the ball over on downs with the Miners running out the clock to take the lead into the half. In the third quarter, the Miners would take their opening drive in for a score. San Manuel began the drive at their own six yard line, marching down field with Lopez picking up major yardage along the way to set up Faulstich for the 13 yard blast into the end zone for the touchdown. The two point conversion failed for See Jr. Miners, Page 13


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Continued from Page 10 25 yard touchdown run on the fourth play of the drive. The PAT kick was no good for a 12 – 0 lead with 3:48 left in the first quarter. The Miners drove 59 yards in four plays taking 1:06 on the drive. The next possession for the Hawks resulted in a punt after three plays. The Miners would give the ball up on downs after facing a fourth and 17 on an incomplete pass.

San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Now in the second quarter, the Hawks lined up at their own 43 yard line after taking over on downs but were not able to sustain a drive with the unforgiving Miner defense forcing the punt. The Miners lined up at their own 20 yard line. Ruiz and Gonzalez combined to move the ball to the 44 on two plays. Sierra would go to work picking up gains to the Hawks 40 yard line and then the 22 yard line to set up Valdez with a 22 yard touchdown run on the next

play. The two point attempt by lineman Daniel Renteria failed for an 18 – 0 lead with 7:15 on the clock. The Miners drove 80 yards in six plays taking 1:38 on the drive. The Miners’ relentless defense once again forced the punt after a three and out. San Manuel’s offense would line up at their own 45 yard line, but were soon facing a second down and 45 yards to go after several penalties and a loss – lining up at their own 20 yard line. Sierra then called

Clark Montano (17) takes the hand off from John Ruiz (25) on the reverse. (Frank Smith photo)

The Miners defense tries to block the field goal attempt against Tanque Verde. (Frank Smith photo)

Gonzalez’s number – handing off the ball to his left side, Gonzalez then turned the corner-hitting the sideline and was gone for an 80 yard touchdown run. The PAT kick by Jose Damien was good for a 25 – 0 lead with 4:23 on the clock. The Miners drove 80 yards in two plays taking 1:10 on the drive. The Miners’ defense would not let up-forcing yet another punt. San Manuel lined up at the Hawks 45 yard line. The Miners would score once again-this time Sierra called wide receiver Clark Montano’s number several plays later. On third down and 17 to go from the Hawks’ 25 yard line, Sierra dropped back and fired a pass into the end zone where Montano would make the catch for a 25 yard completion for the touchdown. The two point try failed for a 31 – 0 lead with 1:01 left in the half. Tanque Verde received the kick off and began their drive at their own 14 yard line, playing it safe running the ball up the middle to run out the time in the half. In the third quarter, the Hawks sustained more of a drive moving the ball from their own 35 yard line to the Miners 49 in seven plays only to punt the ball away. San Manuel would line up deep in their own territory at the 13 yard line – the next drive of the night would be all Ruiz. On first down, Ruiz took the ball to the 39 yard line. Ruiz then broke free down the right side of the field - running the ball down to the Hawks’ one yard on the next play. Ruiz would then cap of the drive with a one yard push into the end zone for the touchdown . The PAT kick was blocked for a 37 – 0 lead with 6:25 left in the

October 19, 2011 third quarter. The Miners drove 87 yards in three plays taking 1:02 on the drive. The Hawks were reeling - looking for some kind of offensive charge. Tanque Verde was pinned back at their own nine yard line on the ensuing kick off. On the third play of the drive, the Hawks’ quarterback David Novak was finally able to drop back for a pass as the Miner defense was in the back field all night. With the pressure from the Miner defense, Novak threw to the intended receiver but was intercepted by safety Phil Adami who stretched out for the ball to complete the turn over. The Miners looked to score once again as they were given the short field at the Hawks’ 37 yard line but returned the favor as Sierra was intercepted at the five yard line and returned to the 22 yard line. The Hawks would get a scoring drive going as they began the drive at their own 22 yard line, putting together a 17 play drive – using up a lot of time on the drive. The Hawks brought the ball down to the Miners’ seven yard line where they faced a fourth and goal-opting to go for the field goal. Novak would line up at the kickers spot and boot a 22 yard field goal to get on the score board at 3 – 37 with 2:41 left in the game. The Miners would take the ensuing kick off and run out the clock to end the game securing the win. The San Manuel offense amassed 469 total offensive yards, 444 yards on the ground and 25 yards in the air. Running backs Jared Gonzalez and John Ruiz had a huge night in

Daniel Perez (2) closes in on the Hawks quarterback. (Frank Smith photo)

the ground game. Gonzalez totaled 144 yards on just five carries with three touchdowns including an 80 yard touchdown run and Ruiz chalked up 160 yards on nine carries – scoring a touchdown. Running back Vinnie Valdez and quarterback Marcos Sierra also picked up some valuable yards adding to the rushing attack. Valdez totaled 55 yards on five carries – scoring a touchdown and Sierra gained 69 yards on three carries. Also contributing to the running game were running backs Jose Damien who had nine yards on two carries and Daniel Perez who had seven yards on two carries. In the air, Marcos Sierra went 1 for 5 completing a 25 yard pass for a touchdown and throwing an interception. Wide receiver Clark Montano hauled in one pass for 25 yards with a touchdown. The Miners’ defense held the Hawks to only three points on the night with four Miners defenders totaling double digits in the tackle column. Linebacker Daniel Perez muscled up 16 tackles and forced a fumble; defensive end Jonathan Croci grabbed 11 tackles and a quarterback sack; defensive end Anthony Garcia picked up 10 tackles; and lineman Danny Quijada posted 10 tackles. “The guys played a great game from start to finish,” Coach Steve Elmore said. “The seniors wanted to go out with a win for their last regular season home game and they brought everybody together and played lights out.” Elmore continued, “Offensively, the O-line had a great game led by seniors Anthony Salazar, Daniel Renteria, Lance StarkNunez, Rene Ortega, Phil Adami and Jesus Torres. Underclassmen Danny Quijada, Anthony Garcia and Jonathan Croci also helped in making huge holes for the backs to run through and gain a total of 444 yards on the ground. “Defensively, they came to play again with Daniel Perez leading the way from his middle backer spot. From start to finish the defense held their ground with crushing hits on the backs and constant pressure on the quarterback.” The Miners will travel to Oro Valley to take on the Pusch Ridge Lions on Friday night. The Lions post a record of 2 – 5 coming off a 24 – 22 win over Eloy. Kick off is slated for 7 p.m.


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Jr. Miners Continued from Page 11 a 14 – 0 lead with 3:34 left on the clock. The Miners drove 94 yards in eight plays taking 4:24 on the drive. The Miners’ defense would continue to shut down Eloy’s offense to take the ball back on downs. San Manuel lined up at the 50 yard line. This time it would only take the

San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona Miners four plays to hit ‘Pay Dirt’ as Wasko struck again on the reverse play – this time from 28 yards out for the touchdown. Faulstich would convert on the two point play to add to the lead at 22 – 0 with 6:37 left in the fourth quarter. Eloy would take the ensuing drive in for a score after a nice return to the Miners 44 yard line, driving 44 yards in six plays capped off by a three yard run for the touchdown. The two point

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conversion was good for an 8 – 22 score with 3:21 left in the game. The Miners received the kick off, settling in at their own 43 yard line to run the clock down – taking a couple of knees to end the game and take the win. With the win, the Miners hosted the first round of the playoffs on Tuesday, taking on Hayden. If the Miners win they will play the winner between Pusch Ridge and Eloy. With a Pusch Ridge win, the Miners will play at Pusch Ridge for the Championship. If Eloy wins the Miners will host Eloy for the Championship on Oct. 25. Ysdrio Wasko (22) leads the way for Stephen Faulstitch (42) against Eloy. (Frank Smith photo)

TRI-COMMUNITY

Church Directory

Assembly of God The Junior High Miner Defense contains the Dust Devils running back. (Frank Smith photo)

Youth flag football league forming By John Hernandez Are you an aspiring quarterback? Got some mad football moves that you just have to show everyone? Just love the game and want to play some friendly matches? The Oracle and Mammoth-San Manuel Community Schools are organizing a youth flag football league which will begin playing in November. The 2011 Flag Football and Spirit Squad is registering kids and looking for volunteers. In addition to teams from Oracle, San Manuel and Mammoth, teams from Kearny will also be playing. There will be three age divisions: Division 1 is first grade and under;

Division 2 is second and third graders; and Division 6 will be be for kids in fourth, fifth and sixth grades. Registration began this week for football players and spirit squads. Students at the local schools were given registration information and forms. Community Schools is requesting that parents turn in the registration forms by Friday, Oct. 21. If a kid registers after Oct. 21, they will not receive their shirts until the third game of the season. The registration fee is $35. There is a discount for multi-child families. The first child is $35. The second kid is $30 and the third is $25. See Football, Page 17

ORACLE

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. Thursday Royal Rangers 5 p.m. Pastor Jack Siddle, Jr. Residence 896-2507

Mammoth Assembly of God MammothAG.org

201 E. Kino & Catalina/POB 692 We offer Help, Healing & Hope Sunday School.......9:45 a.m. Worship Service........11 a.m. Group Bible Study.......6 p.m. Wednesday..................6 p.m. Magnify–Youth Adults–Verse By Verse Study MAGNET NITE 2nd & 4th Fridays 4-9:30 p,m. Pastor Robert L. Koch 487-2219

Living Word Chapel 3941 W. Hwy. 77, Oracle 896-2771 • 896-9020

Sunday: First Service 9:00 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:30-11:00a.m. Second Service 11 a.m. Children & Youth classes available for both services

Pastor James Ruiz

First Southern Baptist Church

Short & Jones Street, Mammoth Interim Pastor Frank Ogden • 487-2488

Sunday: Sunday School Worship Evening Service Wednesday:

Oracle Union Church

First Baptist Church American Way, Oracle 520-808-3171 Pastor Ray Lott

Sunday: School 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Free food distribution 2nd Tuesday, 11 a.m.

Full Gospel Church of God

301 E. Webb Dr., San Manuel 520-385-1250 or 520-385-5017 Pastors Michael & Bea Lucero Sr.

Sunday: School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. No Evening Service Wednesday 6 p.m.

Teen Group 3rd Friday of every month 6 p.m.

Iglesia de Dios “Pan DeVida”

113 N. Main Street, Mammoth El lugar donde encontraras el agua viva que saciara la sed de tu alma.

Domingo:

10 a.m.

7 p.m. 9:45 a.m. Miercoles: Viernes (oracion): 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. Pastor Sergio Hernandez 6 p.m. 520-265-2192

“Where the Gospel is preached.”

First Baptist Church The Potter’s House

103 W. Galiuro, Mammoth, 487-2120 American Ave., Oracle • 896-2544 Near Mt. Lemmon Turnoff Sunday: “A community church for a world community.”

Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Dr. Ed Nelson

Psalm 1:2

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.

“The Church On The Hill”

Oracle Church of Christ

2425 El Paseo 896-2452 896-2067 Sunday Bible Study • 10 am Worship • 11 am

Community Presbyterian Church

McNab & First Ave., San Manuel 385-2341 Sunday: Adult Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. 4th Sunday of the month: Joyful Music Celebration 4 p.m. with potluck to follow.

Pastor: Rev. Jeff Dixon

First Baptist Church 1st & Nichols, San Manuel, 385-4655

Sunday: Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Discipleship 5 p.m. Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Amos Coffey, Interim Pastor

Church of Christ 99 Nichols, San Manuel

Sunday: 10 a.m., 11 a.m., & 6 p.m. Wednesday: 7 p.m.

212 Main Street, Mammoth 385-4153 Pastor Mario Sanchez Jr.

Sunday: Sunday School 10 - 10:45 a.m Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Wednesday: Mid-Week Service 7 p.m.

Oracle Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2150 Hwy. 77, Oracle

Saturday: Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Pastor John Roybal

Assembly of God Main St., SM (across from the pool) Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Service 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Night Service 6 p.m. Wednesday Children’s Study 6 p.m. Pastor Clarence Horn, 385-4353 All are welcome to hear God’s Word. Hope to see you.

To be included in the weekly church listing, call the San Manuel Miner 385-2266.


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The Tri-Community

October 19, 2011

Que Pasa

Submissions Due the FRIDAY Before Wednesday Publication • Fresh local produce is coming into the San Manuel Open Market to help fill the gap of Gordon’s Market closing. Come early for best selection. 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday morning at 801 McNab Parkway, San Manuel. Lots of food, crafts and other items for sale. Vendors pay only $5 for space. Call 520-212-2244 for more information. • The Safe Journey House is open and running. It provides help and support for victims of domestic violence. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Emergency help is available after hours by calling 520-385-4970 or toll free 1-855-385-4970. The house is located at 212 East Fifth Street, San Manuel. • Volunteer advocates are needed for victims of domestic abuse. Requires 40 hours of training, which will be held Oct. 3-7 free for volunteers. Please call 520-385-4970 for more information. • Safe Journey House needs caring, compassionate women for buddies against domestic abuse. Call Carol at 385-4970. • The Mammoth Assembly of God Church will have a Pinewood Derby Race on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church’s Magnet Center, 201 East Kino. The car kits have been provided free to all boys, girls and teens who want to participate. Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Oct. 21 from 1-6 p.m. are workdays to help kids with cars. There will be ribbons for race winners and a BBQ lunch will be served to all. For more information or to obtain a car kit, please call 487-2219. • Bountiful baskets is coming to San Manuel every other Saturday. The next delivery day is Oct. 29. To participate in the program, you must register online at www.bountifulbaskets.org to make a monetary contribution toward the pools used to purchase the produce. Contributions can be made starting at noon on Monday until Tuesday at 8 p.m. prior to Saturday pickup. The distribution site is new, now at the Elks Lodge Breezeway in San Manuel. If you have any questions, please contact San Manuel Volunteer Site Coordinators Mary Jane at (520) 301-6664 or Alicia at 385-4575. • Saturdays, 8-11 a.m., Margaret’s Garden Market at Guyton’s Store.. The market this week will have broccoli & cauliflower starter plants, organic tomatoes, Carlink pumpkins 7 raw honey, swiss chard, arugala, buttercup and butternut squash, and Margaret’s jams and jellies. Kelly will have her beautiful wooden segmented bowls and her daughter-in-laws Carol and Jennifer will have baked goods, a photography exhibit, jewelry, Allen’s pickled peppers and Toni’s crocheted wool and mohair hats and Ginger’s delicious salsa. The most popular breads are the jalapeno/cheddar, cranberry/walnut and cranberry/orange. Be sure and check us out between 9 and noon on Saturday morning. For information on having a table write to m. guyton@msn.com or call 520-730-5019. • Monday, Oct. 24, 6:30-8 p.m. the Oracle Community Center will host a Halloween party and general membership potluck. Bring a small dish of your favorite treat to share. The center will provide beverages. Bring your family, friends and neighbors to meet the Oracle Community Center Board of Directors. There will be drawings for a free Monday lunch, free membership and a mystery door prize. For more information, please call Charlotte Poole at 520-850-4641 or email charpoole@q.com. • Saturday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m. there will be a benefit basketball tournament for Olga Duarte. The tourney starts at 10 a.m. and finishes when the final game is over. It will be held at the Mammoth Elementary gym. Cost is $10 per person and teams must have a minimum of six players (maximum of 10). The tourney will be played with double elimination. Deadline to sign up is Oct. 20. Any questions should be directed to Jennifer Duarte at 385-1118 or Carlos Duarte at (520) 8586562. Concessions will be available.

• Saturday, Oct. 22, 6-9 p.m., The Family First Pregnancy Care Center will have a fundraiser. Come enjoy a BBQ meal and good old fashioned auction. For more information and cost for tickets, please call 896-9545. • Mammoth Assembly of God Church will hose a Singspiration on Sunday, Oct. 23, at 6 p.m. • Sunday, Oct. 23, 7 a.m. to noon, San Pedro Velley Lions Club in Mammoth will be serving a benefit breakfast at the Lions Building, 115 Main St. Menudo and regular breakfast will be served. • Saturday, Oct. 29, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Oracle Public Library will have its Fall Book Sale. From 2-3 p.m. fill up one of the library’s generous-sized bags with all the books you can fit and pay just $2 a bag! • Tuesday, Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m., The Oracle Democrats presents Al Gore Climate Project Speaker Elna Otter at the Oracle Fire Station. Please call 520-896-9054 for questions. • Friday, Nov. 4, 8 a.m., OWN, Oracle Women’s Network, invites local businesswomen to join them every month for a breakfast meeting in Oracle. November’s meeting will be held at the COD Ranch at 8 a.m. For reservations or more information, please email oraclewomensnetwork@ gmail.com. • Saturday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., SaddleBrooke Fall Art and Craft Fair will be held at the MountainView Clubhouse. There will be more than 100 vendors. The event is entirely indoors and there is plenty of parking. Food will be sold. • Sunday, Nov. 6, 1-3 p.m., at the Mammoth Public Library, Mammoth Historical Society is hosting an Open House with hot dogs and sodas for our guests. The public is invited to see the progress the volunteers of MHS have made in almost two years since incorporated. • Nov. 19 and 20, a benefit co-ed softball tournament for Jacob Marquez will be held at the San Manuel softball field. Cost is $125 plus two balls per team. For more information, please contact Richard Ivy at 520-405-0815. • Saturday, Nov. 12, 6 p.m. to midnight, Hayden High School Class of 1981 will have its 30 year class reunion at the Hayden Golf Club. Contact Priscilla Blancarte Expinoza at 602-818-4013 or Margie Silva Contreras at margaret62136@yahoo.com for more information. • Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Join San Manuel’s Walking and Exercise Group. Healthy living doesn’t happen at the doctor’s office – exercise. From 8-9:30 a.m. at Gardner Middle School’s gym. Sponsors ask for a $1 donation to help with the utility costs. • Bridge is played at the Oracle Community Center Tuesdays from 12:30-4 p.m. Call Ethel Amator at 896-2197 or Mary McClure at 8962604 for more information.

Clubs & Meetings • UTILITY PAYMENTS Residents from the Tri-community area who qualify for assistance with utility payments through the Salvation Army or Pinal County United Way should now contact the Tri-Community Food Bank at 108 Redwood Dr., Mammoth. Assistance is limited to once every twelve months. Bring in your last 2 months overdue bills. The phone number is 520-487-2010. The Food Bank is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. • SAN MANUEL SENIOR CENTER SCHEDULE Bridge is played on Mondays. Refresher session at 11:45 a.m. Games start at 12:30 p.m. Canasta is played at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays. Everyone is welcome. Board meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. A potluck is held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Bring a dish to share, your service, and fee is $1 for Center utilities. Red Hats business meeting is held the 1st Friday of the month at 1 p.m. Stamping is held the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at 9 a.m.

• Monday (Every Monday) 11:45 AM, BRIDGE AT THE SAN MANUEL SENIOR CENTER Bridge is back! There will be an indoctrination and refresher session from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bridge games will begin at 12:30. There will be pass outs to help you learn the rules and counting in Contract Bridge. • Tuesday (1st Tuesday of the Month), 10 a.m., COPPER TOWN ASSOCIATION The Copper Town Association meets the first Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Sun Life Family Health Center Conference Room, San Manuel. • Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of the Month), 6:30 PM, MAMMOTH SAN MANUEL SCHOOL BOARD The MSM School Board meets the second Tuesday each Month at the MSM District office. Please contact the District office at 385- 2337 for more information. • Tuesday (2nd Tuesday of the month), 6:00 PM, TRI-COMMUNITY AND RANCHO SAN MANUEL MOBILE HOME PARK NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH The 2nd Tuesday of every month will be the neighborhood watch meeting and Neighborhood Meth Block Watch meeting for residents of San Manuel, Mammoth, and Oracle at 6 p.m. at the Adelante Juntos Coalition office at 101 Avenue B, San Manuel. Everyone is welcome to attend. Call 385-4007 with any questions. • EVERY WEDNESDAY, NOON ROTARY MEETING. at the Sun Life Family Health Conference Room. • Wednesday (1st Wednesday of the Month), 3:00 PM, TRIAD & AMBASSADOR PROGRAM MEETINGS The Oracle Fire Department hosts TRIAD and AMBASSADOR program meetings the first Wednesday of each month. For more information call Karen Lombardi at 896-9470. • Wednesday (1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month) ALZHEIMERS EDUCATIONAL MEETING. Meeting will be held at St. Helen’s Church, 10-11:30 AM. For more information, contact Kay Ham 385-2835. • Wednesday (2nd Wednesday of the month) AMERICAN LEGION MEETING American Legion Francis M. Bunch Post 48 meetings are every 2nd Wednesday at 6 p.m. each month. Service Officer available on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or call Joe Aguilar, 520-705-6291. Now open Sunday at noon. • Wednesdays, 10:00 AM, STORY TIME AT PREGNANCY CARE CENTER The Pregnancy Care Center in Oracle has StoryTime at 10:00 AM. For more information call 896-9545. • Thursday (1st and 3rd Thursday of the month) ORACLE-SAN MANUEL LIONS CLUB Meetings are held at the San Manuel Elks Lodge. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the month), SAN MANUEL HISTORICAL SOCIETY The San Manuel Historical Society meeting is 10 a.m. at the San Manuel Senior Center the 2nd Thursday of every month. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the month) SM LIBRARY BOARD MEETING The San Manuel Library has it’s monthly board meeting every 2nd Thursday of each month. The meeting is held at the library at 1 p.m. • Thursday (2nd Thursday of the Month), 6 PM, ORACLE SCHOOL BOARD The Oracle School Board meets the second Thursday of each month at Oracle Ridge School. Please contact District Office at 896-3072 for more information. • Thursday (2nd and 4th Thursday of the month), 6:30 p.m., The Oracle Optimist Club, serving the Tri-Community area, meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Oracle Inn. Meetings start promptly at 6:30 PM. Please feel free to come a little early and order from the regular OR special menu at the Oracle Inn. Board meetings are held on the second Thursday immediately following the general meeting. The Oracle Optimist Club was officially founded in October, 2010 and is an international organization to support and work with the youth in the community. For more information contact Jane O’Mahen at 8962516 or Michele Gagnon at 897-3023. • Thursdays (Every Thursday), 6:00 PM, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 12STEP MEETINGS Every Thursday at Sun Life in San Manuel. Rear entrance, south facing door. Open meeting. For more information, call San Pedro Valley BH at 520-896-9240. • Friday (1st Friday of the Month) Mammoth Historical Society meets at 1 p.m. at the Mammoth Public Library. • Friday (2nd Friday of the Month, 1 p.m.) Red Hats are looking for new members. Meetings are at 1 p.m. On the SECOND Friday at the Senior Center in San Manuel, Senior citizen women 55 and older get together and enjoy meetings and activities. Let down your hair and be yourself, wear Red Hat and Purple outfits.

To add an item to the community calendar please submit information to miner@MinerSunBasin.com or call 385-2266. Listings are free, however, the MINER reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions.


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Accident at Resolution Copper sends man to the hospital By Taylor Beard A Superior man is listed in serious condition Monday after an accident at Resolution Copper’s East site. According to a spokesperson for Resolution Copper, Gilbert Chavez, a contractor working for Resolution Cooper on a crew that’s sinking the #10 shaft at the East Plant, was seriously

injured at approximately noon on Friday. Chavez was working at the bottom of the shaft, 4,853 feet below the surface, when a steel door fell about 50 feet from the galloway above, striking him in the lower back. The door was estimated to weigh between 150 and 200 pounds. No other employees were injured. An investigation

is underway by the Mine Safety and Health Administration, Rio Tinto and Resolution to understand how the door became unhinged and fell. Other employees on site administered First Aid and transported Chavez to the surface where he received additional emergency medical attention from RCM medical responders and the Superior Fire

Department before he was taken by helicopter to Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. All shaft work at the East Plant has been suspended with the exception of water pumping activities pending completion of the investigation. Chavez is employed by Cementation and it is understood that Cementation has been

working closely with the family to assist them in any way they can. Resolution Copper also has offered its assistance with the situation. “Our focus is on Mr. Chavez and his family,” said Jon Cherry, Vice President of Resolution Copper. “He’s a member of the RCM family and our thoughts are with him and his family.”

Life lessons are sometimes messy By Jennifer R. Carnes It’s been quite a journey for our family since the six little Schnauzers arrived in our household. The babies are now eating sloppy messy puppy food and becoming less dependent on their mom (for which she’s extremely grateful). They’re also developing personalities of their own. Lauren, who shares a room with the new little ones, has decided she can do without the noise of babies, thank you very much. “Make them shut up,” she has groaned on more than one early morning when the babies decide

it’s time to get up and EAT! I think this has permanently cured her desire for a brother or sister (for which I’m extremely grateful). We have all enjoyed watching the babies learn how to play with each other. I’m absolutely amazed sometimes to see them playing the same game we see their mom and our other dog playing, the “can I chew on your face” game. The babies also tackle each other the way Penny does our Dachshund. Lauren is currently studying genetics in her seventh grade life science course (great

timing). She has done Punnett Squares using the babies’ parents as subjects. I love that we can turn these experiences into life lessons for her to learn. I’m also a devious mom/teacher – believe

it or not, Lauren’s least favorite thing to do is write (I know, shocking!). I’ve used the birth of the puppies to get two really great essays out of her and am planning on working the puppies a bit more for a

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Elks plan Electric Light Parade; meeting set for tomorrow Although Christmas is still a few months away, it is time to start planning the Electric Light Parade, which will be hosted this year by the San Manuel Elks. The planning meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m., at the Elks Lodge. If you or your organization are interested in participating in the parade, please plan on attending the meeting. Without a good turn out, there can be no parade.

research paper that she needs to do soon. Please don’t tell her, though. I’ll lose my edge.

The babies are looking more like puppies than drowned rats. They are sweet but messy! (Jennifer Carnes photos)

Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: 9/28/2011 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust (“Deed of Trust”) executed by Reno P. Edgington, a married man dealing with his sole and separate property, as Trustor, in which Desert Hills Bank is named Beneficiary, which Deed of Trust was recorded on October 9, 2009 as Fee No. 2009-105239 in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, and legally describing the trust property as: See Exhibit “A” Attached Hereto Said sale will be at public auction to the highest bidder at Fitzgibbons Law Offices, PLC, 1115 E. Cottonwood Lane, Suite 150, Casa Grande, Arizona 85130 on December 29, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. Street Address Of Trust Property: O W. Lantern Road Maricopa, Arizona 85239 Tax Parcel Number: 51043-042 0 Original Principal Balance: $425,000.00 Name And Address Of Beneficiary: Desert Hills Bank 3001 East Camelback Road Phoenix, Arizona 85016 Name And Address Of Original Trustor: Reno P. Edgington 1571 E. Sagebrush Court Gilbert, Arizona 85296 Name And Address Of Trustee: Jeffrey P. Hubbard, Esquire Brier, Irish, Hubbard & Erhart, PLC 2400 East Arizona Biltmore Circle Drive, Suite 1300 Phoenix, Arizona 85016 Telephone: 602/515-0160 Qualifications Of Trustee: Trustee is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and is qualified to act as Trustee pursuant to A.R.S. §33-803(A)(2) Dated: September 26, 2011. /s/ Jeffrey P. Hubbard, Trustee State Of Arizona ) ) ss: County of Maricopa ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 26 day of September, 2011, by Jeffrey P. Hubbard, as Trustee. /s/ Andrea M. Ruelas Notary Public Notary Seal: Expires 03/31/2013 Exhibit “A” Legal Description Of Property The Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 20, Township 5 South, Range 2 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona Publish: 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11, 11/9/11

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File Number 11-2682 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded 9/23/2011 The following property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust recorded on December 12, 2010, at Recorder’s Fee Number 2010-118704 in the Office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona. The public auction will be held at the main entrance of the Superior Court Building, 971 N. Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Arizona, on January 6, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. The property is legally described as Lot 5 of Cobblestone Farms – Phase II, according to the plat of record in the Office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, recorded in Cabinet D, Slide 155. Purported address: 22297 N. Celtic Ave, Maricopa, AZ 85139. Tax Parcel # 512-05-1280, Original Principal Balance $215,000.00. Name and Address of Beneficiary: Rising Sun Real Estate Fund III, LLC, 343 N Gilbert Road, Gilbert, AZ 85234. Original Trustors: Don Price and Letha Price, 22297 N. Celtic Ave, Maricopa, AZ 85139. The Trustee qualifies pursuant to A.R.S. § 33-803(A) (2) as a member of the State Bar of Arizona, and is regulated by the State Bar of Arizona. The name, address, and telephone number of the Trustee is: Rex C. Anderson, 15029 N. Thompson Peak Parkway, Suite B111-471, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260. 888-675-7809. The Trustee requires every bidder at the Trustee’s Sale, except the beneficiary, to provide at the time and place set for the auction a $10,000 deposit in the form of a cashier’s check as a condition of entering a bid. Dated: September 23, 2011 File # 11-2682 /s/ Rex C. Anderson, Trustee State of Arizona }} ss. Maricopa County } The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on September 23, 2011, by Rex C. Anderson, a member of the State Bar of Arizona, as Trustee. /s/ Sukhbir Singh Brah Notary Public My Commission expires: 9/3/12 Publish: 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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Sale No.: 0979.330 5Trustee inches Notice Of Trustee Sale The following legally described trust $168.00 property will be sold, pursuant to the

power of sale under that certain deed of trust recorded July 23, 2003, at Instrument Number 2003-050118, in the Office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at the Main Entrance to the Superior Court Building located at 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, in Pinal County, Florence, Arizona, on December 28, 2011, at 11 o’clock a.m., to the highest bidder. Legally described as: See Exhibit “A” attached Tax parcel number(s): 101-09-121-B7 Original principal balance: $210,800.00 The street address/location of the real property described above is purported to be: 1881 West Apache Trail, Apache Junction, Arizona – Pinal County Name and address of beneficiary: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Business Lending 3033 Elder Stree MAC# U1851-014 Boise, Idaho 83705 and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 100 West Washington Street MAC# S4101130 Attention: Elva M. Mota Name and address of original trustor: Gilbert O. Verley Susan Verley 620 South Paolo Verde Drive Apache Junction, Arizona 85220 Name, address and telephone number of Trustee/Successor Trustee: James B. Ball, Esq. Poli & Ball, PLC 2999 North 44th Street, Suite 500 Phoenix, Arizona 85018 602/840-1400 Telephone Dated this 20 day of September, 2011. /s/ James B. Ball, Attorney at Law Trustee/ Successor Trustee, is qualified per A.R.S. § 33-803(A)(2), as a Member of the State Bar of Arizona State of Arizona ) )ss. County of Maricopa ) On this 20 day of September, 2011, before me personally appeared James B. Ball, Attorney at Law, as Trustee/Successor Trustee, whom I know personally, and acknowledged that he executed the same. My Commission Expires: May 31, 2013 /s/ M. Garcia, Notary Public Commission Expiration is May 31, 2013 Exhibit A The North 200 feet of Lot 9, Davis Tract, according to Book 5, of Maps, Page 26, records of Pinal County, Arizona Publish: 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11


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Continued from Page 2 block of East Los Molina Street, Mammoth. Oct. 11 A person reported seeing three juveniles walking down the street holding guns. The three were on John Adams walking towards the Oracle Post Office. A deputy was dispatched to

San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona the scene and determined that the three boys were carrying toy guns. Oct. 11 Theft from a vehicle was reported in the 39000 block of South Diamond Bay Drive, SaddleBrooke. Oct. 11 Theft from a vehicle was reported in the 61000 block of East Dangling Reins Place,

indoor bathrooms and is large enough to host many different activities. A brand new kitchen awaits commercial equipment that will be purchased in January with the 2011 CDBG funds. “It’s all up to current code,” Sanchez said. Sanchez said it’s her hope that the Town of Mammoth can begin a Senior Citizen

program that is similar to what the Town of Hayden has or what the Oracle Community Center has evolved into. Of course, this wasn’t just Sanchez’s dream. Planning for this type of programming was actually the dream of someone else – former Mammoth Councilwoman Syble Ramirez. “That was always Syble Ramirez’s dream,” Sanchez said. “She’d be tickled pink.”

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RE: Reference No: 6829USDA Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: September 27, 2011 Loan Number: 82217933 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Trust Deed recorded in Instrument No. 2007-068737, Records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at at the main entrance to the Pinal County Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, in Pinal County, in or near Florence, Arizona, on January 4, 2012 at 10:00AM of said day: Legal: Lot 5, Block R Of Toltec Arizona Valley Unit 1, According To The Map Of Record In The Office Of The County Recorder Of Pinal County, Arizona, In Book 10 Of Maps And Plats At Page 51 AKA: 4045 N Tamarax Drive Eloy, AZ 85131 Tax Parcel Number 404-04-0570 8 Original Principal Balance $ 126,000.00 Name And Address Of Original Trustor Andrew Ellsworth Higgins, Jr, A Single Man 4045 N Tamarax Drive Eloy, AZ 85231 Beneficiary United States Of America, Acting Through Rural Housing Service, United States Department Of Agriculture 230 North 1st Avenue Suite 206 Phoenix, AZ 85003 Current Trustee: Rick D Sherman, Member Of The State Bar Of Arizona 402 West Roosevelt Street Suite J Phoenix, AZ 85003 Telephone Number: 602.957.5348 Dated September 27, 2011 /s/ Rick D Sherman Manner Of Trustee Qualification The Successor Trustee Appointed Herein Qualifies As A Trustee Of The Trust Deed In The Trustee’s Capacity As Rick D Sherman, Member Of The State Bar As Required By Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-803, Subsection A-2. Trustee’s Regulator: State Bar Of Arizona State Of Arizona } } ss. County of Maricopa } On September 27, 2011, before me, the undersigned Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared Rick D Sherman, that executed said instrument as such Trustee, and known to me to be the person who executed said instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. /s/ TW Higgins Notary Public My Comm. Expires February 12, 2013 All persons whose interest in the Trust Property is subordinate in priority to that of the above described Deed of Trust may be subject to having such subordinate interest terminated by this Trustee’s Sale. Publish: 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

TS No. 01752131 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: October 5, 2011 The following legally described trust property situate in Pinal County, Arizona, will be sold pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents recorded in Instrument Number 2005-052584, records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg A, Florence, AZ on Wednesday, January 4, 2012 at 10:00AM of said day: The South half of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 22, Township 1 North, Range 8 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona. Except Therefrom all coal, oil, gas and other mineral deposits as reserved in the Patent recorded in Docket 171, page 99. The Purported Street Address, If Any, Or Identifiable Location Of The Trust Property Is: 144 N. Goldfield Rd. Apache Junction, AZ 85119 Tax Parcel Number: 103-02-053B Original Principal Balance: 92,000.00 The Name And Address Of Trustee Is: Lawyers Title Of Arizona, Inc., an Arizona corporation, 3131 E Camelback Rd., Ste 220 Phoenix, AZ 85016 The Name And Address Of The Trustor Is: James P. Menden and Linda M. Menden, husband and wife 923 South Scott Street Schakopee, MN 55379 The Name Of The Apparent Owner Of Record Is: James P. Menden and Linda M. Menden, husband and wife TS No. 01752131 The Name And Address Of The Beneficiary Is: Paul L. Sale Investment Company 3313 E Draper Circle Mesa, AZ 85213 Dated October 5, 2011 Lawyers Title of Arizona, Inc., an Arizona corporation /s/ By: Jane Kirk Its: Trustee Sale Officer Manner Of Trustee Qualification: A corporation doing business as an Escrow Agent pursuant to 33-803 (A) (1) Regulatory Agent: Arizona Department of Financial Institutions State Of Arizona }} ss. County Of Maricopa } The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me October 5, 2011, by Jane Kirk, the Trustee Sale Officer of Lawyers Title of Arizona, Inc., an Arizona corporation, on behalf of the corporation. My commission expires 02/12/2013 /s/ Notary Public Ruth Flowers Publish: 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

Eagle Crest. Taken from the unlocked vehicle were lottery tickets and a garage door opener. Oct. 11 Burglary from a vehicle was reported in the 39000 block of South Mountain Shadow Drive, Eagle Crest.

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Notice Of Publication Articles Of Organization Have Been Filed In The Office Of The Arizona Corporation Commission For I Name: Thunderson Group LLC. L-17-11665-5. II The address of registered office is: 2164 N Ramona Ave, Casa Grande AZ 85122. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Alan Michael Stratmann, 2164 N Ramona Ave Casa Grande AZ 85122. III Management of limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Alan Michael Stratmann, 2164 N Ramona Ave, Casa Grande AZ 85122, member; Joshua Ben Smith, 13961 S Avalon Rd, Arizona City AZ 85123, member. Publish: 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

2Public inches Notice Trustee’s Sale No. LC-30617 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale $50.40

Recorded on 8/22/2011 Lender’s #-639536577 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust recorded in Instrument number 1997-032225 and rerecorded 08/04/1998 in instrument 1998030772 in the records of Pinal County, Arizona at public auction to the highest bidder Mainenterance to the Superior Court Building, 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A. Florence, Arizona ,Pinal County, State of Arizona, on 11/23/ 2011, at 9:00 AM of said day; See Exhibit “A” attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. Pursuant to ARS Sec. 33803 A 2, trustee qualifies as a licensed Arizona attorney, regulated by the Arizona State Bar. Property Address: 888 N. Independent Avenue Casa Grande, AZ Original Principal: $ 1156800.00 Tax Parcel Number:401-13-002C Name and address of Original Trustor: 11 Mile Corner Cooperative, Inc. 970 North 11 Mile Corner Rd. Casa Grande AZ 85222 Name and address of Beneficiary United States Of America, Acting Through Rural Housing Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture 230 North 1st Ave., Suite 206 Phoenix AZ 85003 Name and address of Trustee: Lee Crosby, a Licensed Arizona Attorney 1700 E. Thomas Rd. Suite 101 Phoenix, AZ 85016-7605 (602) 274-9100 Dated: 08/19/2011 State of Arizona )) ss. County of Maricopa ) /s/ Lee Crosby Trustee The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on August 19, 2011, by Lee Crosby, as Trustee and not personally. /s/ Thomas D. Neal Notary Public My Commission Expires: 4-24-13 Exhibit “A” All that portion of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 24, Township 6 South, Range 7 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, described as follows: Beginning at the East quarter corner of said Section 24; Thence West, along the East/West Mid-section line, a distance of 263.70 feet to a point; Thence North 00 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds East a distance of 100.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning; Thence West, and parallel to the East/West Mid-section line, a distance of 500.50 feet to a point; Thence North 00 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds East a distance of 149.00 feet to a point; Thence North 61 degrees 33 minutes 33 seconds East a distance of 571.12 feet to a point; Thence South 00 degrees 21 minutes 20 seconds West a distance of 466.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning; Excepting Therefrom all oil, gas, asphaltum and other hydrocarbons, and all other minerals as reserved in Deed recorded in Docket 171, Page 27. Publish: 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

Oct. 14 Theft of medicine was reported in the 1000 block ofWest Webb Drive, San Manuel. Oct. 14 Criminal damage was reported in the 100 block of South Avenue B, San Manuel. Front wall globe lights were broken.

October 19, 2011 Oct. 14 Stephen M. Leslie, 60 San Manuel, was arrested in the 1000 block of West Third Avenue, San Manuel, and was charged with criminal nuisance. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail.

Public Notice Trustee Sale No. 080111 Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: August 12, 2011 Loan Number: 311412 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust dated March 6, 2007, and recorded on March 20, 2007 in Instrument Number 2007033397, Records of Pinal County, Arizona at public auction to the highest bidder at the main Entrance of the Pinal County Courthouse, 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Az on November 16, 2011 at 11:00AM of said day: Legal: Legal description as Exhibit “A” attached hereto and made a part hereof. The street address is purported to be: 920 W. Gila Bend Hwy Casa Grande, AZ 85222 Tax Parcel Number 504-2401504 Original Principal Balance: $ 300,000.00 Name And Address Of Original Trustor Valhalla Highway Holdings, L.L.C., an Arizona limited liability company 10532 W. Buffal Ave Casa Grande, AZ 85222 Beneficiary James R. Smith, Jr., as trustee of the Smith Trust dated October 26, 1981 and restated August 7, 1996 Juniper Ridge RV Resort 1911 Juniper Ridge Resort Lot 307 Show Low, AZ 85901 Current Trustee Title Security Agency of Arizona P.O. Box 12038 Tucson, AZ 85732 Telephone Number: 520-7483521 Conveyance of the property shall be without warranty, expressed or implied, and subject to all liens, claims or interest having a priority senior to the Deed of Trust. The Trustee shall not express an opinion as to the condition of title. Dated August 11, 2001 Title Security Agency of Arizona By: Diane L. Sloane Assistant Secretary /s/ Diane L. Sloane Manner Of Trustee Qualification, as required by A.R.S. Sec. 33-803, Subsection A(2) Licensed Trust Officer Trustee’s Regulators: Arizona State Banking/ Arizona Department of Insurance We are assisting the Beneficiary to collect a debt and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. State Of Arizona } } ss. County of Pima } On August 11, 2011, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Diane L. Sloane, Assistant Secretary, Title Security personally known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same in his authorized capacity, and that by his signature on the instrument the person or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. My commission expires December 31, 2012 /s/ Joyce M. Rodda Notary Public Exhibit A That part of Lot 4, Section 19, Township 6 South, Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the North right of way line of State Highway No. 84, a distance of 50 feet North and 1601.1 feet West of the Southeast corner of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 19; Thence North parallel with the East Line of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 19, a distance of 400 feet; Thence West 200.5 feet; Thence South and parallel with the East line of the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of said Section 19, a distance of 150 feet; Thence East and parallel to the South line of said Section 19, a distance of 100 feet; Thence South and parallel with the East line of this parcel, a distance of 250 feet to the North line of State Highway No. 84; Thence East 100.5 feet to the True Point Of Beginning. Publish: 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11

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Sale No.: 7002-21 8.5Trustee’s inches Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Borrowers/Trustors: Donald Hibbard and Lori Hibbard Recorded: 8/30/2011 The $285.60 following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under

that certain Deed of Trust with Donald Hibbard and Lori Hibbard, husband and wife, as Trustors, and Desert Hills Bank, as Beneficiary, dated October 17, 2005, and recorded on October 25, 2005, at Fee No. 2005-145891, records of Pinal County, Arizona, and rerecorded on July 27, 2011, at Fee No. 2011-062112, records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder at the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Bldg A, Florence Arizona, on December 1, 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M.: See Exhibit A Attached Hereto And By This Reference Made A Part Hereof (the “Property”). Together with all existing or subsequently erected or affixed buildings, improvements and fixtures, all easements, rights of way and appurtenances, all water and water rights flowing through, belonging or in any way appertaining to the Property and all of Trustors’ water rights that are personal property under Arizona law, including without limitation all type 2 nonirrigation grandfathered rights (if applicable), all irrigation rights, all ditch rights, rights to irrigation district stock, all contracts for effluent, all contracts for Central Arizona Project water, and all other contractual rights to water, and together with all rights (but none of the duties) of Trustors as declarant under any presently recorded declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions affecting the Property; and all other rights, royalties, and profits relating to the Property, including without limitation all minerals, oil, gas, geothermal and similar matters. AmTrust Bank, a division of New York Community Bank, is the successor-in-interest to Desert Hills Bank and is the current beneficiary of the Deed of Trust referenced herein. Property Location – The Property is purportedly located approximately 1/4 mile east of Royce Road and 1/8 mile north of Magma Road in unincorporated Pinal County, Arizona. Tax Parcel Number – 509-19-022A-2. Original Principal Balance – $900,000.00. Dated this 29th day of August, 2011. By /s/ Kevin J. Blakley Manner of Trustee qualification: Pursuant to A.R.S. § 33-803(A)(2), Member of the State Bar of Arizona. Name of Trustee’s licensing body: State Bar of Arizona. Name and Address of Beneficiary: AmTrust Bank, a division of New York Community Bank 6900 E. Camelback Road, Suite 350 Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 Name and Address of Original Trustor: Donald Hibbard Lori Hibbard 15524 East Germann Road Gilbert, Arizona 85296 Name and Address of Current Trustor: Donald Hibbard Lori Hibbard 15524 East Germann Road Gilbert, Arizona 85296 Name, Address and Phone Number of Trustee: Kevin J. Blakley Gammage & Burnham P.L.C. Two North Central Avenue, 15th Floor Phoenix, Arizona 85004 (602) 256-0566 State Of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) This instrument was acknowledged before me this 29th day of August, 2011, by Kevin J. Blakley, Trustee. /s/ Elizabeth Sanchez Notary Public (Notary Seal) Expires 08/31/2014 Exhibit A Legal Description The Northwest quarter of Parcel 26, of Amended Results Of Survey Bonaza Highlands, according to survey recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona in Book 2 of Surveys, Page 192 and Affidavit of Correction recorded in Document No. 1996-004063, and located in the Southwest quarter of Section 25, Township 3 South, Range 7 East of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Pinal County, Arizona. Except all coal and other minerals as reserved by the United States of America in the Patent to said land. Publish: 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11

Public Notice ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF A TAX-EXEMPT Pursuant to A.R.S. §103202 (Arizona Non-Profit Corporation) 1. Name: The Name of the Corporation is: William E. Schmidt Charitable Foundation. File No. 1707901-6. 2. Purpose: The purpose for which the corporation is organized is: Disburse donations to charitable organizations. 3. Character of Affairs: The character of affairs of the corporation will be: Collect investment income and make charitable donations 4. No part of the net earning of the corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its members, directors, officers, or other private persons, except that the corporation shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in Article 2. No substantial part of the activities of the corporation shall be the carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and the corporation shall not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distribution of statements,) any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office. Notwithstanding any other provision of these Articles, the corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on: (a) by a corporation exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law) or: (b) by a corporation, contributions to which are deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Laws). 5. Upon the dissolution of the corporation, the Board of Directors shall, after paying or making provision for the payment of all of the liabilities of the corporation, dispose of all its assets exclusively for the purposes of the corporation in such a manner, or to such organizations organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational, religious or scientific purpose as shall at the time qualify as an exempt organization or organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code (or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Laws) as the Board of Directors shall determine. Any such assets not disposed of shall be disposed of by the Superior Court of the county in which the principal office of the corporation is then located, exclusively for such purpose or to such organization or organizations, as said Court shall determine, which are organized and operated exclusively for such purpose. 6. The power of indemnification under the Arizona Revised Statutes shall not be denied or limited by the bylaws. 7. Board of Directors: The initial board of directors shall consist of 3 directors. The names and addresses of the persons who are to serve as the directors until the first annual meeting of the members, if a member corporation, or Board of Directors, if the corporation has no members, or until their successors are elected and qualifies are: John Schmidt, 38093 E. Samaniego Dr., Tucson, AZ 85739; Margaret Schmidt, 38093 E. Samaniego Dr., Tucson, AZ 85739; Thomas Schmidt, 605 Westpark Dr., Columbia, IL 62236. The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaws. 8. Known Place of Business: (In Arizona) The street address of the known place of business of the Corporation is: 38093 E. Samaniego Dr., Tucson, AZ 85739. 9. Statutory Agent: (In Arizona) The name and address of the statutory agent of the Corporation is: John Schmidt, 38093 E. Samaniego Dr., Tucson, AZ 85739 10. Incorporators: The name and address of the incorporator are: John Schmidt, 38093 E. Samaniego Dr., Tucson, AZ 85739. 11. DISCRIMINATION: The Corporation will not practice or permit discrimination on the basis of sex, race, national origin, religion, physical handicap or disability. 12. MEMBERS: The corporation will not have members. Executed this 14th day of September, 2011 by all of the incorporators. Signed: John Schmidt MINER Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11


October 19, 2011

Football

Continued from Page 13 Volunteers for assistant coaches and team moms are needed. To register, volunteer or for more information in Oracle, contact Rosa Flores (520) 896-3050 or rflores@osd2.org. Kearny registration will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the soccer games at the softball field and Thursday, Oct. 20, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Kearny Mall in front of the Copper Basin News office. You

Walkathon

Continued from Page 5 the morning of Oct. 22. It is also possible to register the morning of the Walkathon, but it’s best to register as early as you can, so you can be sure to get your size. Registration is $25 per person and $15 for children over 10; dogs walk for free. Raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5 and we’ve heard of at least one spectacular prize, especially if you like granite! SBCO’s office in Suite L hours is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday and for more information, please call the office at 825-3302. The Walkathon couldn’t be for a better cause—helping needy kids in our surrounding communities with school wardrobes, supplies, tutoring, scholarships, and enrichment programs (see related article elsewhere in this issue). As Kids’ Closet vice president Pat Ford recently said, this year 3,257 children from Oracle, San Manuel, and Mammoth and the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation received full

San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona can also contact Rudy Figueroa (520) 548-3018 or rfigueroa@asarco.com. A volunteer coach for the Spirit Squad is badly needed. Mammoth registration was on Oct. 18 so if you missed it, you can register in San Manuel or call Community Schools. San Manuel registration will be held Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. at the Community Schools Office at San Manuel High School. For more information contact Larry Ramirez at (520) 385-2336 extension 113 or ramirel@ msmusd.org. school wardrobes, books and toiletries during their two visits to the Closet. Other programs provide tutoring, scholarships, and special summer enrichment programs for area youth. Our Forever-Young Grand Marshal Our Grand Marshal this year is 94-years-young Florence Madas. Florence truly represents the spirit of volunteerism, and has worked with the SBCO program for 10 years. The dynamic Florence will lead the parade and walkers this year. As a side note, her sister, who lives in Texas, knits almost a hat a day for the kids at the Kids’ Closet and donated 200 of these caps last year to the Closet. The committee is also gathering prizes for the Raffle, which will be held during the Breakfast at the Clubhouse after the walk. Prizes can be brought to Suite L during business hours or you may call the office at 8253302; please leave a message if this is after business hours. Volunteers are still needed, for the water stations and to help with registration on the day of the Walkathon.

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Kitchen help. Varied hours. Must be willing to work flexible hours, weekends and some holidays. Apply in person at YMCA Triangle Y Ranch Camp & Retreat Center, Oracle, AZ. 896-2298 or email kimw@ tucsonymca.org. EOE. We value diversity.

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15. Furniture For Sale-Tan Couch and Love Seat. Like new and in great condition. Asking $200 OBO. Will deliver to Tri-Community. Call 520-5910719 for more info. 10/19 1tpH Round Oak Table with 4 leafs $75. Eight chairs for $75. 487-2074 9/12 2tp V

The Town of Hayden is accepting applications for the position of a Parks and Recreation employee. Applicants must have an Arizona Driver’s License. Applications may be picked up at the Hayden Town Hall, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, AZ or call 520-356-7801. Deadline for application is Friday, October 21, 2011, 4:30 p.m. Town of Hayden is an equal opportunity employer. Closing date is Oct. 28, 2011.


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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona 50. Mobile Homes NEW 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath DOUBLEWIDE - CAVCO Durango Factory Order. Full Drywall. Hardwood Cabinets - 1st Quality, Lowest Price - $33,995! Home Outlet 1-800-493-2221. www. thehomeoutletaz.com. (AzCAN)

Two Immediate openings: Full-time lube oil technician with mechanical ability and desire to grow. Also a part-time, on call tow truck driver. CDL not required. Training available. Must have excellent driving history. Call Patrice at 896-3673 or stop by for application.

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ESTATE SALE 1070 Barbara Place, Oracle. Sat 22 & Sun 23, 8-6. Misc house hold items, crafts, tools, etc. 10/19 1tpW 301 Main, San Manuel, Oct 20 & 21. 8 to 2. Cancelled if raining. 10/19 1tpB 10/21 & 10/22 Hwy 77 & Marker 113 in Mammoth, 7-4. Lg & Sm Quilts, appliances, dryers, 2000 GMC truck with camper. 3 family yard sale, books & movies. 10/19 1tpR Every Sat. 9 to 4 - 9.2 miles down Redington Rd. near county line. Vintage Fire Arms and Farm Equipment, model horses, real horse equipment, furniture, child’s toys & furniture. New Items every Saturday. Call 520-2123872 if needed. 10/12 2tpT

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• 1551 N. Calle Futura sp 2 $425 2 bd, 2 ba, MH -- Rent Reduced • 905 N. Blazing Star $485 2 bd MH, private lot, with addition • 790 W. Linda Vista $1000 Large 2 story home w/ fp, spa, large lot • 970 Walnut $700 Large 3 bd with addition • 2348 W. Mt. Lemmon Rd. $700 DW on .75 acre, very private lot • 2520 N. Rockcliffe Blvd. $650 Very clean, 3 bdrm/2ba home, private lot • 4217 N. Alice Dr. $650 2 story studio with loft & views, 1.25 acre • 975 N. Calle Manzanita Spacious, 4 bd, with 2 bath

San Manuel

• 326 McNab $400 2 bd, tile, enlarged kitchen, upgraded bath • 233 Ave B $525 Must see, remodeled nice • 1024 W. 2nd Ave $640 3bd, large lot fenced, lots of storage

Mammoth

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• 2 bed, 1 bath, stove, refrigerator, fenced. Half off first month’s rent. $450 /month • 3 bed, 1 3/4 bath, all appliances, fenced yard, pets ok with deposit. $600 / month. • 2 bed, 1 bath with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine, fenced backyard. $575 / month. • 3 bed, 1 bath with laundry room, stove, frig. $600/ month. • 2 bed, 1 bath, stove, frig, installing ceramic throughout, fenced, new bath $550 / month. • 3 bed, 1 bath, remodeled home with enclosed laundry room, fenced yard, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher & microwave. • 3 bed, 1 bath, large family room addition with fireplace, block wall, stove, 2 refrigerators, double carport, backs to desert.

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3Bdrm/1&3/4 Bath home for rent/ sale in SM, fenced yard. Call 928-812-1234. 10/12 3tpO

7,000 sq.ft. building for sale $99,000 129 N Main Street, Mammoth Tom 520-982-0200

2 bdrm/1bath home for rent in Mammoth. Fenced yard for pets, nice workshop. $450/mo+deposit. 520-235-9006 10/5 3tpW

FOR RENT 800 sf or 3,200 sf in Mammoth Plaza on Main Street. Call Tom 520-982-0200 9/27tfnK

PRESCOTT AREA – RARE OPPORTUNITY. Foreclosure. 101 acres - $89,900. Great opportunity at Ruger Ranch located near Kirkland. On maintained road. Build now or buy & hold. 1st come basis. Special lender financing. Call AZLR 1-888-6908271. ADWR available. (AzCAN)

LENDER REPO SALE. 36 acres $21,900. Gorgeous land originally sold for $46,455. Located near South Rim of Grand Canyon. Lender offering incentivized financing to qualified buyers. AZLR 1-866-979-8292. (AzCAN)

3bd/2bath house, fenced back yard, patio with back to desert. $650/mo Call 385-4755 or 520-307-0346 9/21 TFN C San Manuel: 3 bed/2 bath $650 owner pay sewer, stove, frig, DW, fenced. 210 5th Place 520-730-4515 10/5 TFN C

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Members of Tucson & Southeast Valley (Phoenix Area) Association of Realtors JO BUTTERY, BROKER ® (520) 850-2931 JACQUE PHELPS® (520) 975-1114 JENNIFER COX® (520) 730-4515 FEATURE HOME 210 S. Ave B, 3 bdrm, newly painted inside, new ceramic tile, newer furnace, open kitchen design. $65,000. Owner will carry.

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Please consider us if you’re thinking of selling your home. Your hometown real estate company is here to help. If you’re planning to purchase a home, we’ll be happy to assist you in finding the right home with the right financing for your needs.

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\ 4 Home Sites with lots of mesquite trees, near Mammoth. P.O. each about 1/2 ac. OMC, your choice $14,500 each. Tom 520-982-0200. 7/7 tfncK

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8749 S GLENRIO MLS#: 21125372 Room to roam in this picture perfect home. Get away from it all; enjoy life in your very own forest. Property is garnished with lots of mature trees. Have a picnic in the forest without driving anywhere, watch the wildlife or just watch from it inside this like new Cavco home. Upgraded to the hilt including 2 x 6 walls genuine wood cabinets etc.$ 99,000

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TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH 108 6th Ave. Great location, backs to desert, large back covered patio with spa, metal roof, new cooler & workshop $35,900. 123 Ave. A Clean, well kept home with enlarged kitchen, remodeled kitchen and bath, carpet/cermanic flooring, C/L fence and all appliances. $59,900. 103 McNab Room addition, laundry room, concrete back wall, ceramic tile, security bars. $29,000. THREE BEDROOM, 1 BATH 20 Ave. A Lovely home with beautiful fenced yard. Fruit trees & large shed. Upgrades & views. Includes appliances. Backs to desert. $65,000. 113 McNabb Upgrades galore, remodeled kitchen and bath, block wall, stove, frig, dishwasher and shed. $63,000. 124 McNab Fenced yard, upgraded electrical, laundry room, storage shed, investment property for fix-up. $19,900. THREE BEDROOM, 1-3/4 BATH 201 Avenue I Pride of ownership evident in this home on large landscaped corner lot. Metal roof, A/C, wood privacy fence, 3 garages, workshop, carpet & ceramic flooring, all appliances. $126,900.

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301 E 5TH PLAC MLS#: 21124694 Large home on corner lot, updated w/ 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, & family room. Mountain views. $ 115,000 •2 bd, 2ba MH on 3 ac., Lots of trees and privacy, home in great condition. $99,000. •Spectacular 7 ac. in Aravaipa Canyon, well and septic already installed, rustic barn on property. $147,000. •3.92 ac. on Barrows Pl. with hilltop views. You can have site-built or MH, horse property. $59,000. •Block home new interior paint, great views, carport. $58,900. •2 ac. parcel in Mammoth w/older MH & shop. Has been surveyed into 4 parcels or you can build on it. $79,000. •Almost 1/2 ac. with MH that has a lot of upgrades added recently, hanidcap ramp. $40,000. •Well-kept home on 3 lots, wood kitchen cabinets, workshop, 2 car carport, great views. $87,900. •Large home in Mammoth, wood burning stove in family room, large bedroom & bath upstairs. $45,000.

Oracle Listings - Homes

•Solid brick home on 1/3 ac., with oak trees and a spacious backyard. Wood, slate and travertine floors, ceiling fans, wood burning heat. $159,000. •Excellent MH on 2.5 ac. with fantastic views, split floor plan with large MB, block skirting, covered deck. $78,500. •DRASTICALLY REDUCED!! Very well maintained home surrounded by oak trees, lovely fireplace, large kitchen, quiet neighborhood. $79,000. •Over 1 1/2 ac. completely fenced ready for your children, horses & pets, 2 story home with 2 bd upstairs, 2 down. $120,000. •Lovely slump block home high on a hill with unobstructed views, 4 bd, 2 ba in pristine condition. $199,000. •Established feed store, 2,000 sq. ft., building plus hay barn on .42 ac lot, fully fenced. $199,000. •Stunning farmhouse on 3.3 ac in Cherry Valley, horse facilites, garden area, peace and quite, lovely interior details. $325,000.

•Enjoy the wildlife and views from this immaculate home on an acre. So many upgrades inside, flagstone patio. $225,000. •Almost new MH, 3 bd., plus bonus room, large kitchen with lots of cabinets, breakfast bar and DR, 360 deg. views on 2 1/2 ac, horse propoerty. $199,900. •Views in every direction from this lovely MH on 1.25 ac., heated swiming pool, horse property, everything you could want! $195,000. •Beautiful 2300 s.f. MH on 2.5 ac. with amazing views, plenty of room inside and out. $130,000. •Open plan 5bd, 2 ba home on a very private lot with great landscaping, a playhouse and lots more. $178,900. •Nice brick home in school neighborhood, large fenced backyard, large lot, remodeled kitchen. $89,000. •4 bd, 2 story home also includes a rented duplex, home has new AC, carpet & remodeled bath. Only $130,000. •Country living on Hwy 79, 2.49 ac., desert wonderland with private well, fully fenced. $110,000.

•4 lots, 1.25 ac. each, custom home area. Owner will carry. Submit offers. $82,000. •Commerical property on America Ave. owner has started construction on approximatly 6,000 sq. ft. bldg and is including building materials on site. $145,000. •Horse Property! Build your home or put a manufactured home on this great 3.34 ac parcel. $109,000. •Choose your own parcel from 1.25 to 3.75 ac., flat, easy to build on, utilities at street. $84,900 to $210,000. •40 ac. for your own ranch, can be split, great investment property. $60,000.

•4 view lots, 1.25 ac. each in high view area of Oracle, homes only. Utilities at lot line. 3 lots for $95,000; 1 lot for $96,000. •REDUCED!! 3.3 ac. on Linda Vista Rd with great views, ready to build, utilities at road. $164,900. •Two Lots with shared well 1.5 ac each. Price reduced to $26,500. •1.25 to 10 ac., buy part or whole, has excellent well, borders State land, no financing necessary, owner will cary. $32,000 - $125,000. •Half acre plus lot with all utilities, paved road, homes only area. $33,000.

Oracle-Land

San Manuel

•Large home on corner lot, updated with 5 bd, 3 ba, family room. $115,000.

Surrounding Area

•80 ac. with lots of desert vegetation and great views of the San Pedro Valley on Scaton Ln. $150,000. •Privacy at the end of the road in Mammoth. Many upgrades in the home, cozy home, country charm. $114,900. •Mammoth Bar, all equipment. $99,000 Liquor license also available. Call for details. •Hilltop views beautiful open plan, custom kitchen cabinets, SS appliances, wood burning fireplace. $140,000. •Nice large lot, covered patio, wheel chair ramp, metal skirting on MH, fenced yard. $19,500. •Historic Mercer Ranch, HQ parcel, 47 ac., remodeled home, corrals, hay barn, hanger & airstip., great well. $295,000. •Secluded area with great views, being sold as is for value of 1.3 acres. $39,000. •3-lots to choose from. Hill top views shared well, horse property, leveled off areas for home sites. Two lots $50,000 each & one lot $70.000.

•Hwy 77 and Main, zoned commercial/ residential, water, sewer and electric at property line. Leveled off pad area, great views. Owner will carry. 2.1 ac. Price reduced to $24,500. •Beautiful MH with fantastic views and 3.3 ac. to spread out in, well, fireplace, large MB, $125,000. •REDUCED!! Stunning views from this elevated property on high side of Redington Rd. Can be split. 8.48 ac $149,500. •Beautiful views, 37 ac in secluded area, State land on 2 sides, zoned for site build or MH. $250,000. •Great mountain views from this 3.75 ac. south of Mammoth. $47,000. •Just under 44 acres for your own little ranch, hilltop location south of Mammoth. $344,000. •Secluded area with great views, large room addition on mobile, lots of mature trees, 1 1/3 acres. $49,000.

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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona

October 19, 2011

John Clark honored with ‘Spirit of NAU’ award Former Superintendent will be recognized during NAU Homecoming game October 22 John Clark, Vietnam Vet and citizen of Oracle, along with co-winner Dick Nothstein, has worked for years with the university and its representatives to award medals of honor to alumni veterans as well as to implement a new student veteran center on campus. For this work, recognizing and honoring our country’s veterans, he is being honored with the NAUAA Joe and Marie Rolle Spirit of NAU Award, which will be presented to him during halftime at the NAU Homecoming football game, Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Walkup Skydome in Flagstaff. This award, named

after two very industrious and helpful Alumni, was established by the Rolle family to recognize an alumna or alumnus who radiates the same fine spirit of NAU that Joe and Marie Rolle exhibited throughout their careers as students and beyond. The recipients must show their consistent support to the university , in a prominent manner that is ongoing throughout their life. “This is more than an award. Joe and Marie Rolle are the epitome of what service to your university emphasizes. There’s just no finer standard than being recognized in their spirit. I’m very humbled by it,”

said Clark. Crediting Joe and Marie Rolle with the guidance that helped make him who he is now, Clark goes on to say, “When I got out of the Army, Joe Rolle took me under his wing. He gave me a letter that allowed me to get a class schedule and had me report to him, every Friday at 4:30 p.m., for a semester. It started a lifelong interest and friendship. Marie Rolle, working in the guidance center, helped me numerous times, in my career decisions and moves for me and my wife. I just can’t say enough about them.” After graduating from NAU, John spent

his career in Arizona schools as coach, teacher, principal and superintendent and has served on the national Alumni Board of Directors for NAU for six years. Clark’s parents are NAU alumni too. Buck and Marcia Clark met at NAU, just as Clark met his wife, Margery and as his daughter Jaime met her husband Josh. John’s daughter, Kynal, brother Tom and sisterin-law Kim are also NAU alumni. “I’m thrilled to honor John and Dick. They both deserve it for the many things they’ve done for NAU over the years. They’re amazing people,” said Marie Rolle.

John Clark

10_19_11 San Manuel Miner  

See Story, Page 6 San Manuel Also In This Issue: John Clark to be Honored, See Story, Page 20 Proudly serving as the Tri-Community’s source...

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