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Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Ten inducted into National Honor Society ...

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Superior Celebrates Miracle on Main Street, See Stories & Photos, Pages 6 & 7



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December 14, 2011

Mining Report By Mila Lira At press time Copper was being sold at $3.46 a pound. In our last mining report in November Copper was being sold at $3.38 a pound. Asarco The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Air Quality Division, has completed its review of Asarco Hayden Concentrator/

Smelter’s Air Quality Control Permit No. 39948. A public comment period for this permit will begin on November 30, 2011 and end on January 3, 2012. In addition a public hearing for the draft permit will occur on January 3, 2012 at The Town of Hayden’s Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, AZ 85135. For

more information please contact Arizona Department of Environmental Quality at (800) 234-5677. Millrock Resources Millrock Resources Inc. announced that drilling has re-commenced at the Galiuro project in Arizona. Vale Exploration Canada Inc. (“VEC”), a whollyowned subsidiary of Vale

S.A. (“Vale”), is funding the work as part of an earn-in agreement signed in 2009. This phase of the drilling program will focus on the Fourmile target. A circular magnetic feature ringed by a strong conductive zone as identified by a ZTEM airborne geophysical survey is targeted. Intense argillic alteration is known from

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. Only criminal citations are listed. All damage amounts are estimates. Items are given to The Superior Sun by the

Superior Police Department and reflect information available at the time the report is compiled. Nov. 30 A report of a sex offense was made at the police department. Nov. 30 An assault report was made at the police department. Dec. 1 Theft was reported in the 400 block of Main Street. One person was cited and released. Dec. 2 Theft was reported in the 400 block of Main Street. Dec. 5 An accident was reported on Highway 60 near

milepost 231. Dec. 5 Criminal damage was reported in the 1000 block of Stone. Dec. 5 Theft was reported in the 500 block of Hill. Dec. 6 Vianes Casias, 50, Superior, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Pinal County. Dec. 6 Violation of a court order was reported at the police department. Calls not listed include three alarm drops, two civil matters, 13 miscellaneous traffic reports/stops, six

suspicious activity reports, two medical calls, one attempt to locate, two 911 hang-ups, one fire call, two welfare checks, one juvenile problem, two information reports, two agency assists, one neighborhood problem and one disturbance. Citizens are reminded to call Silent Witness at 1-800-358INFO, Crime Stop at 6895611 or the Information Tip Line at 520-827-0065 if they have information that may help the police department in solving a crime.

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The children of Mariann Mirelez, a former resident of Superior, Superior High School graduate of 1974 and former Asarco employee, Ray, Ariz., announce the marriage of their mother to Gail K. Brimhall Jr., Mesa native & resident. Mr. Brimhall is a 1971 graduate of Westwood High School. They were united in marriage Nov. 19, 2011.

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rock exposures and prior drilling on the west side of the structure. Millrock has pre-collared the hole to a depth of 453 m using a reverse circulation drill. At 427 m leach cap rocks with abundant hematite in Laramide - age andesite and quartz porphyritic intrusive rocks were identified in drill cuttings. The leach cap indicates possible proximity

to a porphyry copper deposit. Depending on results, the hole may be drilled to 2,000 m depth. A second hole may be drilled contingent upon results and budget. The target at the Galiuro property is a large porphyry copper +/- gold deposit hidden beneath alluvium and Tertiary volcanic cover, similar in magnitude to the See Mining, Page 10

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Remembering Ajax – Superior’s K-9 passes away By Taylor Beard It is with a very sad heart that I have to tell you that Ajax, the Superior Police Department’s beloved K-9 unit dog, passed away on Saturday, Dec. 10. Ajax was a magnificent German Shepard who was unmistakable as he was all black; he was a truly beautiful dog. He was seven years old and passed away at home, not while on assignment. Ajax had undergone major surgery within the last six months. The Superior Police Department had Ajax for three and a half years, during which time he spent

his time as the partner of Officer Kenneth Burnside. Ajax was certified in narcotics searches along with being certified to search out hiding suspects. I have had the pleasure to hang out with Ajax multiple times and especially to see the affect he had on the community, especially children. He was loved by pretty much everyone who he encountered, except probably those he was pursuing. Children loved Ajax and flocked to him the moment they saw him, he was always very gentle with them.

he ran up and stuck his nose between two large rocks, where the suspect was hiding. We would have never found the guy without Ajax,” he recalled. He went on to tell me about how the astute fella let him know when something just wasn’t quite right. “He really looked out for me. He never barked, but he always let me know when there was someone around that I needed to know about,” said Burnside. I especially enjoyed

hearing about how much the kids in town love Ajax and how “they would always ask if they could pet the ‘Werewolf.’” Officer Burnside took a few moments to tell me about some of Ajax’s wonderful character traits that we may never have had a chance to see. He lovingly described how at home he was great with the kids, perfect with them in fact. “Ajax always knew when it was appropriate to roughhouse and he never let anyone he didn’t know

around those children. He was very protective,” Burnside said. Every Saturday Officer Burnside used to give Ajax a bath and Ajax was not a big fan of the bath, but the minute he was out and being toweled off, he was all about love, jumping around and excited. When Officer Burnside told me this, it pulled at every one of my heartstrings because my dogs do the same exact thing. Aside from serving and protecting, Ajax was also a happy, go-lucky

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Being a dog owner myself, I fully understand how devastating it is to lose a dog. Officer Burnside was not only Ajax’s partner, but Ajax was also his pet and friend, spending his off time at home with Burnside and his family. “He was a great all around partner. He took care of me. He loved to work and was right on it the minute he got out of the car,” Officer Burnside lovingly said of his late partner. When I asked him to tell me about a great memory of working with Ajax, Officer Burnside laughed and said he could talk about Ajax for hours. “He was a great dog. There was one incident up at the SRP station to the east of Superior. We were pursuing a suspect over very rough ground. Myself and the other officer were having a hard time getting over the terrain and we looked over and there’s Ajax, leaping from boulder to boulder like a gazelle. He had caught the scent and pretty quickly found the guy. All of the sudden

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Street to be named after former council member, Helen Snyder By Taylor Beard During the Dec. 1 Superior Town Council meeting, the council voted to approve changing Cherrywood Place in the Highlands to Helen Snyder Place. Changing the name of the street was introduced by Jed Lant, the current Public Works director. While the council does not currently have policy for the street, it was acknowledged that this has now taken place several times and that it needs to be

put on the agenda to make policy for such actions in the future. The council unanimously voted to have the name changed to Helen Snyder place. So who was Helen Snyder? As her nephew, Jed was more than willing to give some background about his aunt: Helen Ruth Lant was born in Binghamton, New York, on Oct. 31, 1936, Halloween or All Hallow’s Eve, a day

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not exactly synonymous with ‘birthday’. She had the pleasure of growing up in Newark, New Jersey with five brothers. As a spritely, little kid, she made money scrubbing floors, thus learning the value of money hard earned. Having decided that the bitterly cold winters and sweltering, humid summers of New Jersey were not for them, Helen and her brothers decided to venture west to the more consistent climate of Arizona. They ended up in Show Low where Helen opened up a Laundromat and

eventually a pet store. It was in this pet store that she met Marshall Snyder, whom she would eventually marry. After marrying, Marshall was transferred to Superior where he became a sergeant of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. Helen was happy to assist him in the office. Helen went on to buy the Copper Valley Inn, Bar and Restaurant, but she later said that the bar business just wasn’t for her. Deciding to move more in the direction her husband had, she was offered a position by the Town of

Superior to work as a dispatcher with the Superior Police Department, which she happily did for three years until she was able to move over to Pinal County to work as a jailer, operating the local jail here in Superior for 20 years until she retired. Having retired, with extra time on her hands, she made up her mind to run for town council. Helen easily secured her seat and working diligently for the people, made her way up to Vice Mayor; she worked on the Superior Town Council for seven years total.

In her spare time, Helen was an active volunteer for numerous groups and also worked to locate grant money for the town of Superior. She loved a challenge and would stick to her guns to see her task through to the end. Helen loved to talk, was always helpful and was there when you needed her most. “I feel she was a very productive member of this community for 40 years, and she had genuine interests here. Her friends and family feel it would be suitable to name a street in her honor.” Jed candidly explained.

Superior Parks and Recreation Department to host First Fridays By Mila Lira The Superior Parks and Recreation department is making plans to host a monthly event in Superior. The event is called First Fridays and will be held the first Friday of each month. Many communities in Arizona and throughout the nation have started hosting these events as a way to attract people to downtown

commerce areas and provide an avenue for street vendors to meet more customers. The First Friday events in Superior will feature local entertainment, competitions, vendors, art, talent shows, and food. The parks and recreation department is inviting all local groups such as school groups, churches, and service groups such as the

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Town of Superior invites participation – hear the final results from the Hearts and Minds strategy By Mila Lira Since late this summer the Town of Superior with support from Resolution Copper has been participating in a community planning exercise called the “Hearts & Mind Strategy”. Over the past few months’ local residents, business owners, and community leaders have taken part in the various stages of the strategies information gathering stage. Vice Mayor Olga Lopez has been working with the facilitation company and a small group of volunteers to ensure that a broad range of citizens were involved. On Wednesday, Dec. 14, the Town of Superior will host a meeting to release the outcomes of the “Hearts & Mind Strategy.” The meeting will be held at the Superior Junior/Senior High Multipurpose room at 7 p.m. Residents are encouraged to attend. Those attending will be able to ask questions about the outcome of the strategy.

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All Hail the Smart Ones! NHS inducts 10 students

National Honor Society at Superior High School inducted 10 new members to its ranks. (Taylor Beard photo) By Taylor Beard It’s always nice to see high school students who truly understand the importance of harnessing their education and utilizing its benefits to the fullest extent. Last week, Superior High School inducted a few new “Smarties” into the National Honor Society. (We call them “Smarties” because these students truly recognize that with a great education, combined with their ability to exercise all of the resources in front of them, all of their hard work will open so many doors for them, take them so many places that most people only dream of going.) National Honor Society is more than just an honor roll. It serves to honor students who demonstrate excellence

in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character, and has been doing so since 1921. Last Monday night, Dec. 5, current and new members of the Superior chapter of the NHS gathered with their parents to celebrate this achievement by their newest members. Pete Guzman, Superintendent of the Superior School District, was on hand to welcome those who attended the ceremony. Many parents looked on with pride as their students were called forward to join the National Honor Society. Having reached the stage and posed for pictures, the students came to the podium in pairs to recite part of the NHS pledge. Each student was then invited forward to take part in the candle lighting

ceremony and to be officially inducted into the society by following Shayna Wickwire, the current president of the Superior NHS, in the pledge. Each student was announced, along with their many attributes, by Vice Principal William Duarte, and the received the certificate with a smile and a hand shake from Guzman. “What a fantastic bunch of young men

and women we have. I do think that these new members will add a great enthusiasm and ideas to the National Honor Society. We are pleased to have them with us and all that they will bring to the society,” remarked Mrs. Todd, the staff advisor to the Honor Society. Students inducted to the ranks of NHS include: (seniors) Gabby Donlin, Cathy Lucas; (juniors) Jesse Aguilar,

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Superior has Miracle on Main Street By Mila Lira The Superior Optimist Club hosted its annual Miracle on Main Street Christmas Festival and Parade on Sunday. The event was postponed due the inclement weather of the weekend before. The day included entertainment provided by the Hip Hop Shop dance group led by Billie Jo Villaverde and Baile Folklorico Alma de Superior which is led by Zeena Torres. Local youth also had an opportunity to perform in the open mic talent show. The parade while small this year had seven entries all which were well lit. First place in the parade went to the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce from Kearny for their entry that included an appearance by the Grinch himself. Second place went to Edwardo’s Pizza and third place went to Tameron Ice. Also participating in this year’s parade were Family Life Christian Center, Superior Fire Department and the Superior Optimist Club. Throughout the entire event the Superior Parks and Recreation Department had its inflatable castle open for the kids to enjoy. There were game and food booths and Mayor Jayme Valenzuela and his family provided free hot chocolate to everyone who attended. Santa’s helpers Lindsay Duarte, Hunter Flannigan and Sierra Navarrette from the Family Career and Community Leaders of America chapter at Superior High School assisted Santa throughout the night by handing out the goodie bags. These student leaders also helped to gather additional volunteers from their organization to manage the visits with Santa. Superior Optimist

President JoAnn Besich thanked everyone for their patience when the event had to be rescheduled and expressed great appreciation to all of

the local businesses and individuals who donated money, services or time to the event, she said “Without the support of the community it would

be impossible for the Optimist Club to continue hosting this event each year.” The Superior Optimist Club meets the third

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Tuesday of each month at Porters Café at 6:30 p.m. Anyone interested in joining the Superior Optimist Club can contact JoAnn Besich at

520-689-2176 for more information or visit them on Facebook at http:// pages/Superior-OptimistClub/185462614835680 .

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Bertha Navarro named the Optimist Club’s 2011 Spirit of Optimism Community Champion By Taylor Beard Sunday night the community of Superior

emptied onto Besich Park to hang out with a very merry, always

Jolly, Santa. The place was packed, stuffed to the brim with children

of all ages, even a few adults who willingly waited to sit on Santa’s

lap. Bertha Navarro, having been named the

Optimist’s Clubs 2011 Spirit of Optimism Community Champion, was on hand to happily be the Grand Marshal of Miracle on Main Street event. It was announced during the Dec. 1 Superior Town Council meeting that she had been given this honor due to her many wonderful qualities. President of the Superior Optimists’ Club Mila Lira was happy to give us the low down on why Navarro was chosen. Bertha’s selfless actions and generosity have left an impact on Superior and the surrounding areas. Many lives have been impacted by her dedication to the cause she leads and commitment to assisting the young people of Superior. Bertha continues to serve the needs of our community on a regular basis. She is an icon to volunteerism in Superior and has embodied community spirit by encouraging all to participate in our community. “Bertha Navarro is a leader and inspiration to the community. Her countless hours of service to the community and students of Superior have not gone unnoticed.” Mila said. “I urge all citizens to emulate her selfless actions and generosity within our community.” If you see Mrs. Navarro, be sure to shake her hand or even give her a great big huge for all that she has done for the community of Superior.

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Panthers blast Miami and Hayden; Lady Panthers drop two matches By Taylor Beard It’s hard sometimes to get your groove on with your teammates, especially if you have never really played with them before. This was the current predicament the Lady Panthers have found themselves in…lots of talent, but still trying to work out the kinks in the chain. The girls went up against the Lady Vandals of Miami on Tuesday, Dec. 6, and found themselves plagued by some very tough competition. The girls eked out the game to leave with a final score of 15-43, sending the Vandals home satisfied. Two days later, the gals played the Hayden Lady Lobos, fiercely battling to squash them. But home court advantage decided to take a day off and the game ended at 21-42. Have faith, these Lady Panthers are dynamite and they just need to figure out how to get the cogs working together, how to get their team communication to update as easily as their Facebook status…they’re very smart gals, they’ll get it goin’.

Their male counterparts, the Panthers, fared much better this week, showing their rival teams some seriously stylish moves on the court. On Tuesday, Dec. 6, the boys danced circles around the Miami Vandals, and let’s face it, those Vandals just couldn’t keep up. Jesse Aguilar lead the team in both offensive and defensive rebounds, with nine total, followed by Martin Granillo with four. Martin lead the team in steals with six magnificent instances of grab-hand. Mario Padilla lead the team in scoring with 15 points. Granillo was hot on his heels though with 14 points. Louie Fuentes and Christopher Grap each contributed nine points to the end score. With a score of 64-42, the Panthers left the Vandals truly vandalized. During Thursday’s game against the Lobos, the Panthers were back at it, bouncing their way towards victory. This time Martin Granillo lead the team in rebounds with 12, and again in steals with six. Christopher Grap lead the team in

scoring bringing in 24 points, yet again there was Martin nipping at his Nikes with 21 points. The game ended a cool 63-55, sending the Lobos south a little deflated. However, the Panthers soon after had to feel the sting of defeat and in a big way, when they played

Canyon State Academy on Friday, Dec. 9. Hopefully the boys were taking note of ‘what needs improvement’ as they left this game lacking with a score of 25-72. They had the weekend to think about it and work on their noted areas; unfortunately the results of Tuesday’s

game against Salt River were unavailable at press time. The Lady Panthers next play Combs in Queen Creek Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m. Both teams will head to Miami on Friday, Dec. 16, to play the Vandals with the gals playing at 5:30 p.m. and

the dudes playing at 7 p.m. The last regular game of 2011 will be played against Salt River in Scottsdale on Tuesday, Dec. 20: girls at 5:30 p.m. and boys at 7 p.m. The ladies will head to Globe on Thursday, Dec. 22, to take part in the Apache Gold Shootout.

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On Dec. 8, the children of Superior Head Start went on their first bus trip, ever, as they traveled to visit Kids’ Closet in San Manuel. Kids’ Closet, supported by SaddleBrooke Community Outreach, has provided the Superior Head Start children with free shoes, clothing and books for more than 11 years. “They enjoyed the scenic views traveling from Superior, through Kearny, Hayden-Winkelman, Dudleville and Mammoth areas; and asked various questions about the snow still visible on the mountains, and about the mining trucks being assembled at the Asarco Ray Mine Pit area.” said teacher Teresita Martinez Olmos. “The children were

pleased to see Copper Basin Railway’s locomotives and counted the rail cars along the track.” she continued. At Kids’ Closet, the children took turns selecting and trying on shoes and clothing, on their own. They enjoyed the process and were happy to receive something new to add to their personal wardrobe. To show their appreciation, the children created a large poster card expressing their “thanks and appreciation” for the clothing and also books received, and the assistance of the staff. The card was presented to the staff of Kids’ Closet and the organization, by the children who were also accompanied by Superior Head Start Staff, parents and community volunteers.


Ajax would look at me like ‘You can’t have it,’” the officer said. As many of your certainly knew, Ajax was a huge asset to the community of Superior, and while I already knew this, the love and respect that showed in the way Officer Burnside spoke of Ajax made that understanding so much more poignant. Ajax, Superior will miss you, Bud!

Continued from Page 3 dude with a great attitude. Ajax loved to play fetch, he loved it so much that he rarely wanted to give up the ball. “I would give him the release command and he would drop the ball, but then he would put his paw over the ball…those huge paws just covered it up so you couldn’t see it. Then

• SUPERIOR ZUMBA CLASSES Attend Zumba classes with Ericka Real Mondays and Wednesdays starting at 4:30 p.m. and again at 6 p.m. at the Kennedy Elementary Multipurpose Room behind the front building. Cost is $5. Call 520-827-9972 for more information. • SUPERIOR FIRE DEPARTMENT TOY DRIVE Donations of $2 - $5 toys, gift cards or checks are being sought to ensure that when Santa goes out on his “sleigh” for his six-hour local toy delivery, every child who comes out to greet him will receive a toy. Please drop donations at Superior Fire Department, 236 Golf Course Rd. Larger toys will be distributed through the police department’s Angel Tree program. • SUPERIOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP DRIVE. The Superior Historical Society is holding its annual Membership Drive and looks forward to welcoming new friends and renewing friendships with its returning members. Membership dues are a valuable part of this organization with more than 90 percent going to support day-to-day activities and operating expenses. Call 520-689-1969 or stop by and pick up your membership application today! • CHRISTMAS IN DECEMBER Come shop for gifts at the Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Gift Shop’s Christmas in December celebration and help fund scholarships through your purchases. All items, except candy (See’s Candy in particular), will be discounted 20 percent off on Thursday, Dec. 15, and Friday, Dec. 16, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. • DECEMBER FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION The Superior Food Bank will have its December distribution on Friday, Dec. 16, and Saturday, Dec. 17, from 3-4 p.m. For those who need an alternate pick up time on Sunday, please call Mel at 827-9116 or Dennis at 827-0988. You must be pre-registered in order to receive a food box. PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN DISTRIBUTION DATES. • ROCK CLIMBING EVENT You are invited to a Rock Climbing Meet Up, Exchange and BBQ for youths and adults. The fun begins Saturday, Dec. 17, at 11 a.m.; dinner begins at 7 p.m. Cost for the BBQ is $10, which will go to support the center and the public art project to be revealed at dinner. For more information contact Jeffrey Ferns at

• BREAKFAST FOOD BANK FUND RAISER The Superior Christian Men’s Fellowship will host a breakfast fund raiser for the Superior Food Bank on Saturday, Dec. 17. It will be held at the Senior Center, 360 West Main Street from 7-10 a.m. The donation cost is $5, with children under 5 free. Join them for good food and help support your local Food Bank. • CHRISTMAS CANDY GIVEAWAY Express Stop presents its Christmas Candy Giveaway. The first 50 kids to arrive at Express Stop, Saturday, Dec. 17, 1 p.m., will receive a free Christmas bag of candy and a possible surprise. Express Stop wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas! • SANTA IS COMING The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3584 and the Ladies Auxiliary extend an invitation to the children of Superior to visit Santa at the VFW Post Hall, 405 Main Street, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 18, when he and his helpers will hand out bags of goodies. Happy Holidays to all! • SUPERIOR HEAD START PRESCHOOL Superior Head Start Preschool is always accepting applications for 3 and 4 year old children. A variety of educational, mental health, nutrition, health activities, and, sometimes medical and dental needs are provided to meet special needs through this program. Families participate in education, social service and parent involvement activities. Children must be three years old by Aug. 31. Families must income qualify and have proof of guardianship (birth certificate or DES certified letter with child’s name and birth date). Children must have the following immunizations: Varicella, 4 DTP, 3 Polio, 1 MMR, 3 Hepatitis B and HIB booster. Call 689-2812 for more information or stop by at 150 Lobb Avenue Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. • VFW #3584 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The VFW 3584 George E. Truman Post is having a membership drive, and, seeking family members of veterans to join the Ladies Auxiliary and men to start a Men’s Auxiliary. In March, 2012, they will be having their 75th anniversary celebration. Anyone interested in joining should contact the Post. • WALL OF HONOR VFW Post 3584 is seeking photos of veterans and military personnel to be displayed at the VFW Post 3584 of Superior, Arizona. Past veterans, be it you or your husband, wife, father, mother, aunt, uncle, any relative or friend, we want to honor all veterans. To donate photos to be placed on the Wall of Honor, contact Debbie at 689-5820 or Rene at 689-2428 or any member of the Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 3584 of Superior, Arizona.

Clubs & Meetings

• SUPERIOR ARBORETUM BINGO Superior Arboretum Residents Association BINGO will be held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at 199 West Gray Drive. • FAMILY LIFE CHRISTIAN CENTER BIBLE STUDIES Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 17, 7 p.m., at 56 Kellner, the Family Life Christian Center will be holding new Bible Studies, for women and men. The Women’s study will be”Secrets, Transforming your Life and Marriage.” and for the men, there will be “Strong Men in Tough Times.” Call 689-2202 for more information. Join us for a great time in God’s Word.

• BINGO AT VFW POST #3584 Bingo is bigger and better, prize wise, at the VFW Post # 3584 in Superior. Come have fun on Friday nights, starting at 7 p.m. There’ll be 20 games of the regular, jackpot and special type and a snack bar, with a regular bar open from 5 p.m. • PARKS & REC CLASSES Superior Parks & Recreation offers a Tae Kwon Do class every Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to noon. For registration, location and/or more information, come to the Senior Center on Saturday or contact Parks & Recreation Director Barbara Arriola at 520-827-0052.

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

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additional permitting, given in news releases dated hydrology, metallurgical and June 1, 2011 and September mine optimization efforts are Continued from Page 2 12, 2011. The drill program continuing in preparation for is continuing with three nearby Resolution deposit, the Pre-Feasibility Study in core drills working 24/7 on which is being developed by early 2012. We believe the the property. Assay results Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton. outcome of these efforts will are pending on a number The property is situated continue to move the Copper of completed holes. Assay at the intersection of the results for holes, RAE-07-020 Creek project closer to a Resolution and San Manuel production decision. “ drilled vertical to total depth / Kalamazoo porphyry R. Joe Sandberg, CPG, 3671 feet (1119m), RAE-08copper trends. Because Redhawk President, CEO 029 drilled vertical to total of the Tertiary volcanic and a Qualified Person under depth 4108 feet (1252m), cover, little exploration the meaning of NI 43-101, is RAE-11-054 drilled N45W work has been previously responsible for the technical at -85 to total depth 3751 done by other companies. content of this news release. feet (1143m), and RMK-11Through careful geological All core samples are picked 070 drilled vertical to total mapping in combination up on site by Redhawk depth 3637 feet (1109m) with airborne magnetic and geologists or delivered by have been received and ZTEM geophysical surveys, significant intervals are shown the drillers to Redhawk Millrock has identified personnel. All samples below. Holes RAE-11-054, numerous targets that may are delivered by Redhawk which included a lengthy represent porphyry deposits. personnel to ALS Laboratory mineralized zone of 900 Prior drilling by Millrock Group ISO 9001:2000 & ISO feet of 0.51 percent Cu and and VEC resulted in the 17025 in Elko, NV or Reno, RMK-11-070 were step out discovery of porphyry copper NV for assay or to Jacobs holes designed to increase mineralization and alteration Assay Office Registered the connection of the Keel in Cretaceous-aged rocks Assayers in Tucson, and AE deposits. Hole RAE¢ AZ for hidden beneath Tertiary sample preparation to pulps 07-020, which intersected a volcanic cover rocks. and shipped by Jacobs using significant mineralized zone VEC has the option to earn UPS to ALS in Reno, NV. of 1927 feet of 0.48 percent a 60 percent interest in the Check assay standards are Cu, is an infill resource Wanted to buy Scrap Cars $50and to $300, Car batteries $6, Metal $100assay job, project through exploration submitted with each upgrade holeand in Trucks the AE, Ton, Stoves w/d Ref, All metal, Aluminium 25¢LB, Copper $2LB, Aluminium Cans expenditures totaling US$3.5 and reviewed for accuracy. hole RAE-08-029 is a step out 10¢LB, Brass $1LB . Call Wayne 480-227-1287 W12/14 8TP million and payments 60¢LB, Leadhole Check assaying is being at the SE margin of the of US$850,000. Upon performed by Inspectorate and existing AE resource. completion of the current Redhawk believes the results KD Engineering/Metcon. drill program, VEC will To view a map of the from the infill and expansion have expended at least location of the drill holes and holes reported above and US$3.5 million and will more information on each previously will help not be in a position to exercise drill hole please visit the only in demonstrating the its option if it makes the Red Hawk website at: http:// continuity of mineralization remaining necessary cash www.redhawkresources. between the Keel and AE but payments. VEC may earn an com/s/NewsReleases. should also increase the total additional 10 percent interest, asp?ReportID=493935&_ resources of the combined for a total of 70 percent, by Type=News-Releases&_ deposits. funding a feasibility study. Title=Redhawk-ResourcesRedhawk believes the Redhawk – San Manuel Announces-Additionaldrilling results from the three Redhawk Resources, Inc. Results-of-2011-Resourceholes drilled from the REXannounced the results for Expansion-D 10-047 site west of the Keel four additional drill holes of resource boundary suggest the 2011 resource expansion the strong possibility of an Public Notice and definition program and area that can be developed Please be advised that the estate of Clarence J Cook and Bettie Jane Cook one hole from a new area of into a new resource. It is also of 576 Gibbs Street, Superior, Arizona porphyry mineralization. possible that the resource may 85173 is scheduled to be settled no than 12/31/2011. A PUBLIC NOTICE was 2011 Resource Expansion connect with the existing Keel published on 10 February 2011 which stated: and Upgrade Drill Program and AE porphyry resource. "Please be advised that Clarence J The 2011 drill program is Cook and Bettie J Cook of 576 W. Additional drilling will be Gibbs Street, Superior, Arizona 85173 focused on increasing the required in the new area are both deceased. The Clarence J and Bettie Cook Revocable Living connection between the and will be considered after Trust maintains and manages all of Keel and American Eagle the resource expansion and their assets. Bobby R Cook is the sole Successor Trustee appointed to handle (AE) porphyry areas and upgrade drilling in the 2011 all transactions for their Trust, Estate infill drilling to move a and individual accounts. Any questions drill program is completed. or concerns should be addressed directly considerable portion of the R. Joe Sandberg, Redhawk to him: Bobby R Cook, 2405 Plaza Del Grande, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102, AE resource and more of President and CEO, stated 702.860.5297. No other persons or family the Keel resource into the “The resource upgrade members including Judy Cook Toner are legally authorized to transact business or Measured and Indicated and expansion drilling enter under contractual obligations for any of the above mentioned parties." categories in preparation between the Keel and AE Any business concerning Clarence J for a Pre-Feasibility Study deposits continues to be very Cook, Bettie Jane Cook, their Trust, Estate or individual accounts will be commencing early in 2012. encouraging. The drilling considered by Bobby R Cook, the Results from earlier drilling Successor Trustee, at the above address will lead to a new resource no later than two weeks of the date of the in the 2011 program were update in early 2012. The publication of this final notice.

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The family of Leo Sandoval would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to family and friends who helped us during our loss. The many visits we received along with food, cards and plants were very much appreciated. We will always treasure the special memories that were shared with us during this time. We would like to offer a special thank you to Father James of St. Francis of Assisi for the beautiful service and Rob Bulman of Superior Funeral Home for your kindness and assistance through a difficult process. There is no way we can fully express our gratitude for the compassion shown to us. We are truly blessed to have such wonderful friends and family members.

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Wanted to buy Scrap Cars and Trucks $50 to $300, Car batteries $6, Metal $100 Ton, Stoves w/d Ref, All metal, Aluminium 25¢LB, Copper $2LB, Aluminium Cans 60¢LB, Lead 10¢LB, Brass $1LB . Call Wayne 480-227-1287 W12/14 8TP

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45. Misc. FISHING TACKLE. Tired fisherman retires. Loads of great rods, reels and tackle of all kinds. Great for fishing and Christmas gifts. See it at the Copper Gecko. 203 W Main St. Superior W 12/07 3TP Holiday Specials! Dollar Lay-aways until January 1st. Clock, watch and jewelry repair, senior $5 battery replacement, huge inventory of art, jewelry and antiques. Coffee, hot chocolate, soda and snacks. La Serna General Store, 25 N. Pinal St., Superior. (520) 689-2660. Open Tuesday thru Saturday 7 am - 5 pm. Closed Mondays. W 11/30 13TP

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