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Los Changuitos Feos celebrates 47 years of tradition and culture; to perform at Fiestas By Yolanda Najera-Ewing Everyone will want to see and hear the internationally famous mariachi, Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson (Tucson’s Ugly Little

Monkeys), at the 32nd Annual Saint Francis of Assisi Church Fiestas Patrias on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17 and 18. Los Changuitos Feos will be providing music

for the 5 p.m. Mass on Saturday, Sept. 17, and for the crowning of the Fiesta Queen which immediately follows the Mass. The well known mariachi will also

Changuitos were selected as the showcase for the 1997 Tucson International Mariachi Conference as well as the showcase for the Las Cruces, New Mexico Mariachi Conference. In 2002, the mariachi group played in a television news spot during the Tucson International Mariachi Conference. This youth mariachi has traveled extensively having chalked up more than 30,000 miles one year. They have traveled by chartered bus, plane and train to points in Mexico, Los Angeles, San Diego, Fresno, San Francisco, Chicago, Milwaukee, Dayton, New York, Washington D.C., Houston, Louisville, El Paso, Las Cruces and many more destinations. The group also donates its time and talent to charitable events such as the Cancer Society, the Heart Foundation and schools. Along with the above, their accomplishments include: performances on national television in the United States and Mexico including the CBS special, “The

Mission and the Mariachi,” performances for the presidents of Mexico and the United States, a performance for a three time Nobel Prize nominee, concerts at more than six state universities, a concert with Trini Lopez, opening entertainment for the American Health Congress in Chicago and stage performances with several headliners. In the early 1970s, Los Changuitos Feos cut their first three stereo albums: “Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson,” “The Young Mariachis” and “Fiesta in Tucson.” The mariachi has taken first place twice in the Fiesta de la Placita, an international mariachi contest which included professional mariachi groups from both sides of the border. Changuitos members have graduated to become members of many mariachi groups such as Mariachi Cobre, Sol de Mexico, Mariachi Reyna de Los

Los Changuitos Feos will perform at the annual Fiestas Patrias in September.

provide mariachi music on both Saturday and Sunday evenings. This mariachi group has been invited to Washington, D.C., on a number of occasions including an invitation to perform at the 1997 inauguration for President Bill Clinton. In 1970, Mayor Lew Davis proclaimed June 13 as “Los Changuitos Feos Day” in the city of Tucson. These young musicians have represented Tucson at the National Catholic Youth Organization in Chicago. The group performed for the 1993 Copper Bowl and has performed regularly at Disneyland. They have participated in many mariachi conferences and won several competitions at these events. Los Changuitos Feos were one of the headlined groups at the 1995 Fresno Mariachi Conference. The group placed second in the high school division of the 1996 San Antonio, New Mexico Mariachi Conference. Los

By Taylor Sheaffer Ritter The Town of Superior last week took the next steps to ensure the economic viability of the town for years to come. Mila Lira came before the council asking the Town Council of Superior to move forward with incorporating the Superior Economic Development Committee into a bona-fide incorporated entity. Lira has been consulting with the town on this topic for some time and she spoke passionately on the subject as she addressed the council during the special meeting called to approve the budget. Lira explained the reasonable numbers of the cost included in the actions needed to move ahead with incorporating the EDC, including the amount it would take to become a nonprofit 501(c )(3), along with

people up for failure if you don’t have a plan. That’s my biggest caveat to this whole thing. We can throw as much money in the world at this, but without a really distinct plan and some straight up marching orders, we’re going to have some issues that we have to be able to address as a community, that these are our biggest priorities.” The list should include such projective ideas as children’s development, housing plans, community development, marketing of the area, etc. There is extreme benefit to incorporating an economic development committee for the town of Superior. With the incorporation of the Economic Development Committee, the town would then be able to work with the committee to not only seek funds of such projects like the visitor’s center, but

they could also come to the committee to seek out grants for numerous projects such as children’s programs or renovation of historical properties. With the Superior Economic Corporation, there would now be a lifeline for several distinct parts of the community to work together through under one umbrella… the town could legally work with the school district to accomplish projects through the EDC, “whereas right now the town cannot dictate to the school what they are doing with their budget and the school can’t dictate to the town what they do with their budget,” Lira said. Beyond that, the school district could work with the Chamber and several such similar possibilities. The EDC will simply network with private business,

government authorities, other non-profits and the like to develop a strategic plan and then implement the plan. It is likely the strategic plan will dictate funding needs for multiple entities (such as, the visitor’s center), for which the EDC will network and solicit funds. The EDC would be able to seek grants for multiple purposes and all this work would go towards promoting and improving the vast network of opportunity that is Superior. When the council brought it to vote, Councilman Hank Gutierrez explained his commitment to seeing this through, so he motioned that the town put $20,000 towards the Economic Development Corporation with the first $10,000 being available to the EDC and the second $10,000

See Fiestas, Page 4

Superior Economic Development Corporation given go-ahead for incorporation by Council possible operating budgets under an executive director either on a full time or part time basis. The fees to become a 501(c )(3) come to the total of $5,255, this includes a $3,000 attorney’s fee for filing and creating a five-year plan document, though this amount has the possibility of being donated and covered by a private corporation. The ball park estimate for a full time Executive director is $82,720 with a full time salary of $65,000 and for part time is $62,720 with a salary of $45,000 (the first totals include benefits and matching funds to the Internal Revenue Service). Lira explained that she had recently found out that these estimates on salary were on the higher side of the scale and that this number would certainly come down. In discussing the possibility

of having an executive director, Lira detailed the struggle that the Southern Gila Economic Development Corporation went through in trying to find a solid executive director, part of which being due to the inability to find a director who was truly tied to the area, thus promoting it to the fullest extent from a love of community. “They [the board of directors of the EDC] have to hire someone that is going to fit the identity of Superior,” she stressed. In doing her research for the Economic Development Committee, Lira has been counseled by several successful directors in the area. While she is extremely passionate on seeing this project through, Mila warned, “There has to be a strategic plan because you can set

See Economics, Page 4

Superior celebrates Night of the Cowboy CVIT classes to start

You’re under arrest ... Sheriff Albo Guzman and his deputy threaten to string up a couple of attendees who had the nerve to attend Night of the Cowboy without their cowboy duds. See story and photos, Page 6. (Taylor Sheaffer Ritter photo)

Cobre Valley Institute of Technology central programs classes start on Aug. 10. Parents, if you have a high school student in the 11th or 12th grade and want to get them a head start on a career, you need to contact the high school counselor at your local high schools or contact CVIT’s Career Counselor, Beata Tarasuik at 928-4258481. Some highly qualified 10th graders may also be allowed to register for this program. CVIT is offering Career and Technical classes in CNA ( Certified Nursing Assistant), Fire Service, and Electrical/ Instrumentation. CVIT has agreements with all local school districts and Gila Community College which allow students who complete classes to receive both high school and college credit at no cost. A student completing any of these programs can earn up to four college credits; in addition upon completion of the CNA program, student can earn up to 18 college credits; Fire Service program can garner the student up to 26 college credits; and an Electrical/Instrumentation program completion can earn the student up to 32 college

credits. The CNA program prepare the student to take the Arizona State Board of Nursing CNA test, while the Fire Service program prepares the student to take the Arizona Office of the Fire Marshal Fire Fighter Certification test. CVIT also helps support Career and Technical Education programs at Hayden/Winkelman, Globe, Miami, San Carlos and Superior School districts. Any qualified student residing in any of these school districts can register for CVIT central programs.

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Tribute

Joan K. Tollett

Joan K. Tollett, 61, passed away July 30, 2011 at her home in Superior with her

family and friends by her side. She was a school bus

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driver and worked in the warehouse for Apache Junction Schools. She loved people and would help anyone in need. She was a cowgirl who loved her horses and all her animals. Mrs. Tollett was preceded in death by her father, William Markham, and great-grandson, Quinlan Curry. She leaves behind her husband of 43 years, Alton “Buddy Pete” Tollett; mother, Barbra Markham; twin sister, Judy (Bill) Jones; best friend, Judy Holt; daughters, Bitsy (Jud) Vaught, Tracy (Bill) Butler and Sally Clausen; grandchildren, Coty Jones, Ashleigh Armocido (John Curry), Amanda Sanders, Jacob Bennett, Matthew “Ely” Bennett, Lane Miller, Samuel “Gus” Miller, Blane Sanders, Jacob Butler, Celeste Butler, Tommi Cornel and Samantha Mable Inez Wilson. Others she took in as her own are stepdaughters, Virgie Sanders and Lori Jones; also, Karlene Batchelder, Karen Brake, Jud Vaught, Amber Samons and Tyra Herron-Smith and others too many to list. She was baptized in and attended church at the First Baptist Church of Superior. Memorial services will be held Sunday, Aug. 14, at 2 p.m. at the Los Hermanos Ball Room in Superior.

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violence, assault/domestic violence and threateningintimidation/domestic violence. July 21 Isabel Griego, 28, Superior, was arrested on two warrants issued out of Superior. July 21 A possible assault was reported in the zero block of Mitchell Drive. July 22 Violation of a court order was reported int he 600 block of Crowe Street. July 22 An accident was reported in the 200 block of Main Street. July 22 Anthony Ward, 18, Superior, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. July 23 Theft was reported in the 800 block of Stone Avenue. July 23 An accident was reported in the 1000 block of Stone Avenue. July 24 Theft was reported in the 800 block of Western Avenue.

July 25 Derek Araujo, 39, Superior, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Superior. July 26 Burglary was reported int he 200 block of Stansberry Avenue. Calls not listed include one citizen assist, six disturbances, five civil matters, four suspicious activity reports, one city code violation, two 911 hangups, one threatening, seven traffic reports, three agency assists, three alarm drops, one medical call, two animal complaints, three attempts to locate, two information reports, three welfare checks, one unwanted subject and one found property report. 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.

This ‘n That listings are reserved for nonprofit groups and community announcements. All items for this column must be in The Superior Sun office BY 5 P.M. FRIDAY the week before publication on the next Wednesday. Submitting parties are responsible for the accuracy of the information given. Items will run at the sole discretion of the editors. Listings run according to space available and in date order. For a more complete listing, go online to www.copperarea. com. 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. MEET THE TEACHER John F. Kennedy Elementary School invites parents to come and meet their children’s teachers at Meet The Teacher- Parent Night on Thursday, August 4, from 6 – 7 p.m. Superior Jr/ Sr High School Meet the TeacherParent Night is scheduled for Thursday, August 25, from 6 – 7

pm. PREDATORS CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT The Predators Second Annual Cornhole Tournament is Aug. 6, at the Apache Junction Moose Lodge #2039. Register at 4 p.m., for the tourney which will start at 5:30 p.m. There will be raffles, prizes, food and drinks. The cost is $30 per team or $15 per person. They’ll find you a partner, if you need one. For questions, call Sara at 480-6501042. Come out and support some local kids who play on this team. FIESTA PASTRY BINGO The St. Francis Fiesta Committee is sponsoring a pastry bingo on Sunday, August 7, at 1 p.m., at St. Mary’s Center. They will be selling burros, nachos and sodas. All proceeds are for Fiesta seed money. All are welcome to join in the fun. VFW #3584 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The VFW 3584 George E. Truman Post is having a

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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. July 20 Bennie Frank Mason Jr., 46, Top of the World, was arrested in the 5100 block of Signal Mountain, Top of the World, and charged with aggravated assault. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. July 23 Criminal damage was reported in the 400 block of Diane Drive, Queen Valley.

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for a number of years. At present, we have four active members trying to keep the doors to the post open. The ladies auxiliary is also in need of new members. Contact Auxiliary President, Debbie Townsend, for membership applications. Remember those who are still serving their country. What can we, as veterans, do to assist them? Yours in Service, /s/ Mike Urquijo Post Quartermaster

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. July 21 Joseph Hernandez, 24, Superior, was arrested on two warrants issued out of Superior. He was also charged with violation of a court order/domestic violence, criminal trespass in the first degree/domestic

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at 405 Main Street. The Post is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday by 5 p.m. Membership applications are available at this time. Please stop by and pick one up. George E. Truman VFW Post 3584 has been serving veterans for almost 75 years. Now, the post is in dire need of members. The most honorable thing a veteran can bestow on another veteran is to be part of a military funeral. Post 3584 has been unable to provide a full military funeral

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Editor, Superior Sun: Once again, I turn to the Superior Sun in hopes of reaching the veterans who live in Superior or surrounding communities, who may be eligible for membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars. If you served in the Armed Forces and received an honorable discharge, earned a medal or badge while serving overseas, or earned hostile or imminent danger pay or if you believe you may be eligible, stop by Post 3584, located

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Local businesses help local students get ready to learn

Rueben Maldonado, center, presented five lucky Superior High School students with backpacks full of school supplies. (Taylor Sheaffer Ritter photo)

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Continued from Page 2 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. VFW #3584 PANCAKE BREAKFAST Pancakes, french toast, bacon, sausage .. mmm! The VFW and Ladies Auxiliary are having a Breakfast! Join them, August 7, starting at 9 a.m. and going until the viddles run out or the stomachs run out of room. NORTHERN PINAL DEMOCRATS MEETING The Northern Pinal Democrats next meeting will be the Aug. 13, at 10:30 a.m., in the Community Center in Queen Valley. Contact Jon Kolton at 602-803-3273 for details. COBRE VALLEY ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR The Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center is hosting the Annual Health Fair to be held on Saturday, Sept. 17, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. on the CVRMC Campus. It kicks off with a 5 K “Get Fit Run.” To sign up for the run, email requests to getfitrun@ cvrmc.org. If you are interested in participating in this year’s Health Fair, please contact Jane at (928) 402-1230. FREE MOVIES AND

CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. there will a free movie at the Presbyterian Church at 100 North Magma throughout the summer. On the third Sunday of each month there will now be a contemporary worship service that runs at 5 p.m. PRESCHOOL APPLICATIONS FOR JFK ELEMENTARY John F. Kennedy Elementary Preschool is now accepting applications for the 2011 – 2012 school year. Children must be 4 years old by September 1 and parents/guardians will need to provide proof of income and the child’s birth certificate and immunization records. Applications are available at the JFK Elementary office. For more information, call 689-3049. OPEN MIC NIGHT AT PORTER’S CAFE Come to “Open Mic” night at Porter’s Cafe every Tuesday, from 6-8 pm. Everyone is welcome! Just bring your talent! BOB JONES MUSEUM SUMMER HOURS The Bob Jones Museum will close for the summer months of June, July, and, August, and, will re-open on September 7, after Labor Day. Should anyone want to purchase a fundraiser of the DVD “Silver, Copper and Sweat”, the Story of Superior, or, the Copper Country Cookin’ Cookbook, please call 689-5733,

Police officer - The Show Low Police Department is hiring for the position of police officer. We are a growing modern, progressive department, focused on teamwork and individual development. AZPOST certified laterals are encouraged to apply, and will be provided with additional compensation consideration depending on qualifications. Starting pay for recruits after academy completion is $40,000+, in addition to an excellent benefits package. Police applications are available on our web-site at www.showlowaz.gov . Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

or, 689-0119. These are also available at Rose’s Roses Flower Shop. WEATHER STATION WEB CAM The webcam for the Superior Highlands Weather Station is back online. You can see it by clicking on “Weather” at the top of the Town of Superior Home Page: http://superior-arizona. com/. When the weather station website opens, scroll down to the window for “Radar, Satellite, Webcams” and click “Webcams”. The view will be of the area south of the Superior Highlands housing development. The webcam is on 24/7 and a 24 hour time-lapse video can be viewed by clicking on “View” and when the page opens, scroll down to the date you would like to view and click “View Video.” BOOT CAMP EXERCISE PROGRAM IN SUPERIOR There will be a new boot camp exercise program in Superior. If interested, come into the Uptown

Cafe on Main Street to sign up or for more information. The class is from 5-6 p.m., every Tuesday. There is a $5 fee. Bring your own exercise mat. 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. 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.

By Taylor Sheaffer Ritter On Friday, July 29, a handful of students from Superior High School met at the Superior Express Stop to take part in the Mystery Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway. The giveaway had been organized by Rueben Luis Maldonado of the Superior High School Class of ’82, who explained to the students that he had been inspired to help others after he survived a deadly bout of Meningitis. Before handing off the fully loaded, heavy backpacks, Rueben explained how happy he was to have been given the chance to help others and told the students to take this gift and use this positive thing to help others. He told the students that they were enjoying some of their best years and to do the best that they could in school as every opportunity was available to them. The lucky students were Freshmen Autumn Tartwood and Rochelle Veagas, Sophmores Angelic Veagas and Tyler George, and Senior Eric Smith. The students stood with their parents and listened quietly as Maldonado spoke his words of encouragement to them. His message was to always stay positive and help others do the same. Maldonado said a lot of people helped him with this project: Stella and Maggie at Superior High School, Thomas of Miller Lant, Guy Bryant and Stewart at Express Stop, Richard Hing of Save Money Market, Kevin and Friends of Globe, Brad at the Frito Lay Corporation, Hostess Bakery, and all the Express Stop employees. For their help he is most grateful.

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Copper Corridor Economic Development Council receives USDA funding to continue Business Success Center

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The Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition applied for and received $40,000 from United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development to continue the work of the Business Success Center. Originally funded through the Arizona Commerce Authority, the Center has been operating in the region since early May and will now be able to continue into 2012. The goal of the Business Success Center is to increase the number of jobs in the Copper Corridor region. Individuals considering a business start up can take advantage of one-on-one business consulting. Existing small businesses can attend numerous workshops for new ideas about how to increase business. In addition, workshops on resume writing and interviewing skills are offered. Since the opening of the center both Pinal County and Gordon’s IGA have laid off staff or, in the case of

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Superior Church Directory PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF SUPERIOR 100 Magma Avenue Superior, AZ 85273

Pastor Jeanne Evenson

Worship Service Sunday: 10 a.m. Coffee & Fellowship immediately following worship. Youth Group for 7th-12th graders Sunday Afternoon. Contemporary Worship Service at 5 p.m. on the 3rd Sunday of the month. Our church is open for prayer the 2nd Wednesday of every month. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. Anonymous prayer box located at the Save Money Market. We will pray for you! Phone: 689-2631

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SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH 11 Church Avenue MASS SCHEdULE: Saturday, 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m. Monday - Friday 9 a.m. Confession: Saturday 4-4:40 p.m. or upon request Rectory and Parish Office, 689-2250 Rev. Mark Long

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Market and Sell Your Idea. For detailed schedules and to sign up for a workshop or for one-on-one consulting call 520-490-8433. Through Sept. 30, 2011 the project is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and supported by the U.S. Department of Education and the Governor’s Office of Economic recovery. For more information about the Copper Corridor Business Success Center, call Liz Harris Tuck at 520-896-2880.

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instructor and the performing members. Los Changuitos Feos de Tucson is a youth mariachi group whose multiple purposes are to provide creative and wholesome activity for its members, to develop the artistic talent of its members and to instill in its members self esteem and pride in music, language and culture. In addition to the purposes already listed, the mission of this organization is to entertain, to bring joy of spirit to others, and to contribute toward a mutual college scholarship fund. Performing members of the group are eligible for a tuition scholarship upon completing the program and graduating from high school. Money collected for performances is used for the scholarship fund. The Changuitos Board of Directors is proud to report that more than $90,000 has been provided over the last few years for student college education. There are currently seven Changuitos Feos attending a university or college.

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of Superior is able to give the start-up fees to the EDC to get going. The rest of the $10,000 will be available after the beginning of the year. The current committee will need to elect a temporary board of directors who will then need to develop articles of incorporation; these items need to be concluded before they apply for non-profit status. Once the EDC has non-profit status, then they will elect a true board of directors who would begin the process of finding an executive director. During Friday’s meeting, the current committee discussed a list of needed actions and a timeline in which to complete these actions, the first of which being three months. If you have any questions about Superior Economic Development, please contact Mila Lira at mlira@ miracleexecutiveservices. com.

Continued from Page 1 Angeles, Mariachi America, Mariachi Royal, Luz de Luna and the Guadalupanos. Founded in 1964 by a Tucson Catholic priest, Father Charles Rourke, under the auspices of the All Saints Parish Catholic Youth Organization (CYO), Los Changuistos soon took on the title of the “Ambassadors of Good Will” in Mexico and many cities of the United States. After five years, the mariachi group was reorganized under a Board of Directors with a music director and a chaplain in charge of their formation and their performance schedule. The group reorganized once again and became incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1981. Los Changuitos is comprised of performance members and apprentices. Performance members serve as apprentices before auditioning to become performing members. Auditions are judged by the music director, the music

Continued from Page 1 being available only after the first $10,000 had been matched by private funding. This motioned passed successfully and the EDC was given permission to begin moving forward to become incorporated. The EDC met Friday morning to discuss a plan of action. From here, Town

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: Rose Residential Properties, LLC. File No. L-1677767-3. II. The address of the known place of business is: 38645 Hwy 60, Superior, Ariz. 85173. III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Randall Lindsey, Torres Lindsey, LLP, 4633 E. La Mirada Way, Phoenix, Ariz. 85044. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Richard C. Rose [manager], 38645 Hwy 60, Superior, Ariz. 85173; Tina R. Rose [manager], 38645 Hwy 60, Superior, Ariz. 85173; The Richard C. Rose and Tina R. Rose Family Revocable Trust, dated May 28, 2004 [member], Richard C. Rose & Tina R. Rose, Trustees, 38645 Hwy 60, Superior, Ariz. 85173. SUN Legal 8/3/11, 8/10/11, 8/17/11

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REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES WITHIN THE TOWN OF SUPERIOR Pursuant to the provisions of A.R.S. 9-402, the Town of Superior gives notice of the intent to receive and consider bids for the sale of the following properties located within the Town of Superior, Pinal County, Arizona. PROPERTY: Commercial property located at 271 W. Main St., (Pinal County Assessor # 106-12-3860), the minimum bid to be considered by the Town of Superior will be One Hundred-Seventy Five Thousand ($175,000.00) dollars. Bids for this property must include a proposal on remodel or intended use of property, including a timeframe to be approved by the Town Council. The successful proposer/developer shall be required to post a performance bond with the Town of Superior. The amount of the bond will be $50,000.00 as determined by the Town Council PROPERTY: Commercial/ Residential property located at 679 W. Main St. (Pinal County Assessor # 105-04-189 and a portion of # 105-06-032), the minimum bid to be considered by the Town of Superior will be Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) dollars cash only, no seller carry back. The successful bidder will pay all closing costs for this transaction at close of escrow. PROPERTY: Industrial property Located in the Superior Industrial Park Lot # 3 (Pinal County Assessor # 105-26-003A)as indicated on the amended final plat of said Industrial Park, use of said lot is subject to Amended Declarations of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions as well as easements and/or deed restrictions contained in the record of the Pinal County Recorder. The minimum bid to be considered by the Town of Superior will be One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars. The proposer/develop must agree to construct and occupy an industrial/manufacturing facility on this lot within two (2) years from close of escrow. Said facilities shall be developed with the intent to provide employment for the citizens of the Town of Superior, The successful proposer/developer shall be required to post a performance bond with the Town of Superior. The amount of the bond will be $50,000.00 as determined by the Town Council. These parcels/properties will be sold “as-is”, the Town of Superior makes no claims as to the condition of the property stated or implied. Each interested bidder shall verify any and all material facts important to the bidder. Prior to submitting any bids, you are required to contact the Town Manager for additional disclosures that may be of material importance to the bidder. All bids shall be in writing and sealed. Such sealed bids must be received by the Town of Superior, Attention Town Manager, at 199 N. Lobb Ave., Superior, Arizona 85173, on or before 5 pm Friday, Sept 30, 2011. Please contact the Town Manager at (520) 689-5752 with any questions. The Town of Superior reserves the right to reject any, or all, bids and to waive any formalities or irregularities in any proposal. Dated this 25th day of July, 2011 /s/ Lou Digirolamo, Deputy Town Manager SUN Legal 8/3/11, 8/10/11


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Administrative Assistant Salary Range $30,000-40,000 DOE Apache Junction, Arizona The Central Arizona Association of Governments has an opening for a full time Administrative Assistant. Qualified candidates must be proficient using various word processing and computer graphics software programs. The successful candidate will provide clerical/secretarial support performing basic secretarial duties such as typing, filing, photocopying, telephone assistance, mail, supplies and calendars. May also schedule and confirm appointments, meetings and travel arrangements. The position will also conduct administrative duties such as assisting in the preparation of monthly operating results, monitoring expenses, tracking information using a PC, special projects requiring research and judgment, reviewing and analyzing reports. This position requires a highly organized and detail-oriented professional. H.S. diploma or equivalent required. AA degree preferred within a related field or a minimum of 5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent benefits package. Send detailed resume and three work related references to: Andrea Robles, Central Arizona Association of Governments (CAAG), 1075 S. Idaho Road, Suite 300, Apache Junction, Arizona 85119 (mark CONFIDENTIAL). All resumes must be received no later than 12:00 p.m., Thursday, August 11, 2011 – Fax: (480) 474-9306 or e-mail arobles@caagcentral. org. CAAG is an EOEmale/female, handicapped affirmative action employer.

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The Town of Superior is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA and Section 504), the Town of Superior does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, treatment, or employment in its programs, activities, or services. The Town of Superior supports a drug-free workplace. Immigration Reform Act Notice To conform with the Immigration Reform Act of 1986, the Town of Superior must verify the right to work in the United States of every individual hired. In the event you are selected, you will be required to provide the appropriate documents to Human Resources. Failure to provide these documents will result in termination.

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Cowboys A Plenty! Superior celebrates Night of the Cowboy By Taylor Sheaffer Ritter Following an undeniably hot day…a real gut wrencher of a heat wave…it had become a dark and stormy night; leaving many wondering if the coolers were going to stand up to the intense humidity that was emitting furiously from the clouds above. They didn’t! BUT this did nothing to impact the overall excitement of the evening. The ever enigmatic Tina Gutierrez had worked hard with her co-chair Mike McKee to put on one heck of an event and I know for a fact that I am not the only one around who thinks it was absolutely stellar. The hall was chock full of cowboys an’ cowgirls far and wide who came to party and celebrate the National Day of the Cowboy. Chaps, spurs, Stetsons, Colts and cowboys aplenty, the evening was off like a shot! President of the Superior Chamber of Commerce, Pete Casillas, graciously welcomed guests to the event, which took place in the dance hall at Los Hermanos. Tina worked with a team of several volunteers throughout the night to transform the dance hall into quite the spectacle, a bonafide barn arena complete with hay, a saloon, jail and wanted posters, plastered alongside the many different brands common among ranchers. The place was just about as country as you could get,

right down to the strings of industrial lights hung from the ceiling…I stood there staring at them thinking ‘Hey! We have those hanging in our barn!’ Very astute, Tina is…she never lets the slightest detail escape her wonderful imagination. I would not have been surprised if someone cruised in with a calf on the end of a tether. It was in this wonderful setting, that Todd Nanke, happy brother-inlaw to the honored, stood to give a superb introduction of this year’s honoree, Dave Ericsson. Following Nanke’s introduction, Pete Casillas along with Vice President John Tameron were on hand to award Ericsson for his fantastic efforts as one of the nation’s true cowboys. Following the award presentation, Tameron introduced the documentary that was made to highlight the incredible efforts to which Dave Ericsson had gone as a cowboy. The crowd hushed and watched intrepidly as the film ambled through cattle drives, roundups and daily life. We all got to see firsthand the horrors of trying to round-up wild cattle. The film made the crowd slightly more ravenous for their delicious meal, which echoed the meals of many cowboys of the past, right down to the rice and beans and copious amounts of tender beef. As the crowds sat down to dig in, the dinner entertainment was introduced

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by Casillas. Los Romanticos certainly lived up to their name, having specially written two songs about Superior, being passionate about their hometown, many of them traveling from across the state and even from California to play at the event. The group wandered amongst the guests and serenaded the tables as the guests ate, definitely lending a romantic mood to the hall. Having stuffed myself to the brim, I was soon corralled by Sheriff Albo Guzman, as my services were needed to take mug shots – apparently some people hadn’t heeded his warning and actually had the audacity to show up NOT in cowboy boots. The poor mugs had to pay a bail of $5 to the chamber to make it out of that awful place; many of them only to be chided by Kozzi Kozmos the Clown for their little indiscretion. It wasn’t all bad, though. Several made off with a loot of balloon animals and others made off with the even better prizes won during the raffle. Many guests could been seen anxiously scanning their tickets to see if they were lucky enough to win the 50/50. As the evening wore on, the crowds got rowdy, many having been loyal customers of the saloon and all were pleased as a parrot in paradise when Moonshine Mafia took the stage. Soon couples were out two-stepping and sweeping each other across the dance floor to some seriously good country. Love was in the air as couples spun with delight and dipped low in the humid evening air. Whiskey got people out on the dance floor that you would have never thought possible. There was hootin’ an’ hollerin’ at the spritely moves of a few cowboys and whistlin’ at the partners. After such a draw, many needed some air and stepped outside to chat and watch the lightning for a few minutes, only to return ready to slide back out onto the dance floor and show everyone the true meaning of a hoedown. Fun was definitely had by all and more than a few were surprised when it was announced that it was time for the evening to come to an end. Nothing is a better judge of a good evening than time flying by when you’re having fun. The Superior Chamber of Commerce would like to give special thanks to the many sponsors of the event: Tameron Janitorial Services LLC, Los Hermanos, Jade

Grill, Bill and Sue Anderson, Saba’s Western Wear, and the Martin Family. “We want to give a special thanks to all our volunteers and sponsors that helped make this event possible,” Casillas said. “These events are more than just fundraisers, they are part of the Chambers commitment to improve the vitality of our local businesses and community. It brought folks in to connect and reconnect with friends and family to celebrating our local diversity. The benefits of this all go right back into the community! And we are grateful to those who recognize and support these efforts.”

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