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2 A Message From Your Community Manager
5 Lifestyle Report
10 Groups, Clubs & Games Schedule
7 Lifestyle Calendar
3 Community Standards Corner
12 Groups and Clubs
4 Communications Corner
Health & Wellness…
8 Province Health & Wellness Program
9 Province Health & Fitness
Our Community… 16 Reminders and New Resident Information
Fitness Class Schedule
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Association News… Province Information
A Message From Your Community Manager
Province Village Center 20942 N. Province Pkwy Maricopa, AZ 85138
By Kraig Carmickle Community Manager Province Residents,
Hours of Operation Daily 5:30 am – 10:00 pm Cyber Café 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Fitness Center Phone 520-568-8490 Fax 520-568-4909 Guard Gate 520-568-2885 email@example.com
Association Staff Kraig Carmickle Community Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 520-568-8315 Tracey McCardle Administrative Assistant email@example.com 520-568-8315 Kelli Lyon Lifestyle Director firstname.lastname@example.org 520-568-8316 Wendy Weber Communications Coordinator email@example.com 520-568-4286 Linda Russo Community Standards Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 520-568-8628
It’s Transition Time As nighttime low temperatures in The Valley start to creep up into the 60s, the Bermuda grass, which has been dormant all winter, begins to wake up and grow. As daytime temperatures exceed 90 degrees, the winter Rye grass begins to recede. It is during this transition period where both types of grass compete for space and water. Transitioning from Rye grass to Bermuda grass is, ideally, a gradual process that lasts from the beginning of April through the end of May. If managed correctly all the turf in the common areas should be primarily Bermuda grass by the beginning of June. Turf transition takes place during April & May. What To Expect You can expect to see subtle changes in the turf areas throughout the transition period. The Irrigation Technicians monitor the watering times to encourage the Bermuda grass to grow instead of the Rye. This actually means that we will be using less water, not more. We gradually lower the decks of our mowers from 2” down to 1”-1.25”. Lower mowing heights does not hurt the Bermuda, but will serve to suppress the Rye. As the Rye grass dies off, the turf may appear off color or yellow and there may even be some distinct areas that appear dry. This is a temporary condition that improves as the Bermuda grass fills in. Sometimes when the Rye grass dies, it forms a thick mat. This is easily removed with a verticutting machine as necessary. Once the Bermuda grass is actively growing (usually by the first of May), Ammonium Sulfate fertilizer (21-0-0) is applied to promote healthy turf. Try It At Home Transition will take place on a large scale in your common areas. However, the same process applies for your yard. Gradually, lower the height of your lawn mower over the course of a few weeks. Reduce the amount of water to approximately 6-8 minutes every 2 or 3 days. If you encounter some dead spots, use a hard rake and a little elbow grease to remove the matted Rye grass. Then apply Ammonium Sulfate fertilizer (21-0-0) at a rate of 5 lbs. per 1,000sq. ft. of turf. By the 1st of June, your Bermuda grass will be ready for the summer months ahead. Did You Know? Homeowners tend to overwater their lawns. Use a screwdriver to test your lawn. If it goes in easily, there is plenty of moisture in the soil. If it’s a struggle to push it, you probably need to give your lawn more water. To keep updated on the most current information with the association please check the community website at provincelifestyle.net or the Province Life TV Channel 99. Please feel free to contact me at anytime regarding the Association and enjoy April and the wonderful weather! Respectfully, Kraig Carmickle Community Manager
Architectural Submittals Architectural Submittal Forms and all supporting documentation must be submitted to the Design Review Committee for any changes you wish to make to your lot or the outside of your home. Response to submittals will be given via mail so please make sure to include your current mailing address. Forms are available at the fitness desk and HOA offices as well as online at www.provincelifestyle.net. 2
Community Standards Corner Linda Russo Community Standards Manager
BE A GOOD DOG NEIGHBOR
water and make people and other animals sick.
Neighborly relationships are ruined every day by unconscientious dog owners, and poorly trained dogs. But, if you take the right measures, you can have your dog and your friendly neighbors too.
Police your yard regularly for doggy piles. There are many affordable pooper scoopers available, so the fact that dog waste is gross and you don’t want to touch it is no excuse. Also, always, always, pick up after your dog in your own yard or when on a common area. Not doing so is unsanitary and intolerably rude. There are lots of small, handy carriers for biodegradable bags, some of which even attach to your dog’s leash for superior convenience. Never leave the house to walk your dog without some baggies to pick up after him.
BARKING One of the biggest issues people have with their dog-owning neighbors is excessive barking. The best way to keep your dog from barking and infuriating your neighbors is to keep him inside when you’re not available to supervise. This doesn’t just benefit your neighbors. Dogs left alone in the yard can escape and get in to all sorts of trouble. But as far as the excessive barking, you have no way to control the behavior, or correct it if you aren’t around to witness it. If you leave your dog outside all day while you are at work, you have no way of knowing if he is disturbing your neighbors, so it is best to leave him inside. If he is not well behaved enough to be trusted in the house, crate training is a wonderful and safe option.
NO ROAMING When your dog is not in your home or yard, he should be accompanied and on a leash. You have zero control of a dog not on a leash, no matter how well trained he is. The best way to avoid disaster is to leash your dog.
You can also take measures to limit your dog’s barking in general. Come up with a “be quiet” command like “hush,” or “enough.” When your dog barks, say “hush” and “sit.” If he sits and stops barking, give him a treat. Tell him to hush every single time he barks, and give him a treat every time he sits and stops, and he will learn that hush not only means that he must stop barking, but also that he is going to be rewarded.
According to nextdaypets.com, if you follow these tips, use your good judgment, and think about how you would like you and your dog to be treated, you can be a great dog neighbor. There’s no reason that dog people and non-dog people can’t get along and have fun, fulfilling neighborly relationships.
PICK UP THE POO Another issue people have with their dog-owner neighbors is dog waste. It is unpleasant, smelly, and a huge pain if you step in it. It also spreads disease. Dog waste left out can seep into the ground
If you have any community standards questions, or wish to discuss any issues, please feel free to stop by my office, contact me at (520) 568-8628 or send an email to communitystandards@ provincelifestyle.net.
Security Soundoff Scott Clegg Security Supervisor
Hello Province Residents As we get closer to spring, many of you may be returning to Province or planning a summer retreat. We would like to remind those of you who are returning to Province to update your information with us by reviewing your permanent guest list, contact numbers and emergency contact information. For those of you planning a summer retreat, please be sure to notify us and review your emergency contact information so we will have a current number to contact you should an issue arise.
Once again, we would like to remind you to use the guest notification line (520) 568-3457 or call the guard gate (520) 5682885 to notify us of any guests or vendors that will be visiting your home. This will help expedite the f low of traffic and get your guests or vendors to your home more quickly. This month we would like to introduce our newest guard, Jordan Cochran. Born in Mississippi, Jordon moved at the age of 12, to Leesburg, VA, outside of Washington DC, when his step-father, a retired Naval Commander, began work with the FBI and the Pentagon. This move allowed Jordan access to FBI headquarters as well as the opportunity to visit many Civil War battlefields. Jordan and his family moved to Arizona in 2001. Jordan graduated from the Scottsdale Culinary Institute as a Pastry Chef. His goal is to become a firefighter/paramedic and work here in Maricopa. Thank you Jordan for all your efforts here at Province! Province Life
Association News… Communications Corner
By Wendy Weber Communications Coordinator
By Jason Brown Maintenance Supervisor
To help Province residents become better acquainted with our website, I am very excited to announce a new game that I will be trying. The way it works is that I will be giving you a piece of information, an article, document, picture, etc. that is located somewhere on the website. The object is to be one of the first 5 people that can come into my office and show me where the information is located; the first 5 lucky people will receive a prize! I think this is a fun way for you to become familiar with all of the valuable information that we have on our site. So let’s start off by having you locate this month’s newsletter (April 2010). We are going to continue with this game over the next several months, so check the website daily for updated information! Good luck!
In addition to our regularly scheduled maintenance, facility, pool care, maintenance of lakes and room set-ups, the maintenance department completed a variety of special projects last month including:
In continuation with helpful computer tips, this month’s topic is Keyboard Shortcuts and Hotkeys. Province residents know the value of saving time and effort, and getting to know keyboard shortcuts/hotkeys on your computer helps you do both. Many times it is easier to use these shortcuts instead of a mouse. With keyboard commands, there is no need to look at the mouse, then the screen, and then find your keyboard placement again.Using the keyboard shortcuts can help you handle common activities on your PC, such as cutting and pasting text, quickly and easily. By using these tips and tricks, it will also make using the computer much easier on your eyes.
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Cheat Sheet for Common Keyboard Shortcuts / Hotkeys • Ctrl F (Control Find): Find a word on a webpage or text document. • Ctrl A (Control All): Highlight all text or everything on a webpage. • Ctrl C (Control Copy): This copies all highlighted material. • Ctrl V (Control Paste): Pastes copied data (words or pictures) onto text document or email. (Easy to remember: the “v” is like an arrow pointing down.) • Ctrl X (Control “X it out”): Deletes (cuts) highlighted data. (Easy to remember: like crossing something out with a giant “X”.) • Ctrl P (Control Print): Prints text document or webpage. • Ctrl S (Control Save): Saves a text document. • Ctrl Z (to undo): Computer goes back a step. If a writer accidently deletes data, this will put data back onto page. • F1: Displays help • F2: Opens the selected item (folder or file) for renaming • F3: Displays a search window • Alt + Tab: Displays a list of currently open applications • Prt Scr: Prints a copy of current screen to the Windows Clipboard • Windows Logo: Displays a search window Please note: If you are using a Mac, substitute the Apple command key for the Ctrl for the same results. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at email@example.com or contact me at 520-568-4286. Happy Computing!
• Painted front and back entry and exit gates • Installed new pool and spa rule signs • Built new TV stand and installed new TV in the Village Center
Landscape Corner Weed Control Soaking rains across the Valley this winter brought We are a proud sponsor of much-needed water to our desert environment. Run for Rainwater is especially beneficial to The plantIslands material 5K & Party as rainwater is less alkaline than ourBeach irrigation water in the Phoenix area. While rain is a positive www.dlcresources.com thing for our plants and irrigation water bills, it also helps weeds grow. At DLC Resources, Inc. we employ extra resources to treat the common area landscape after to eliminate current weeds and inhibit future weed growth. For effective weed control in your yard, manual removal is the easiest way to get rid of a small number of weeds. However, to control weeds in a large area, herbicides are the most cost-effective and efficient tools available. There are two categories of herbicide that we use: Pre-emergent and Post-emergent. Different mixtures of these herbicides are used depending on the season. Pre-emergent herbicides are designed to prevent seeds from germinating in the soil. These are most effective when applied during the summer monsoon or from November through January. A timely application of Pre-emergent can greatly reduce the number of weeds that germinate since it inhibits the weeds’ roots and does not allow them to grow. For weeds that have germinated in your landscape, a Post-emergent herbicide, such as Roundup, will do the trick. Roundup should be used in the warmer months as it does not work well in cooler weather. To keep weeds under control in winter, switch to an herbicide containing Diquat. Products to treat weeds in your yard, such as Roundup and Triple Strike (contains Diquat), are available for personal use at most home improvement stores or nurseries. These products are Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved and have been deemed safe and reliable. No license is needed to apply most herbicides on your own property, however, DLC trains and maintains a crew of technicians to safely transport and apply these herbicides in your common areas. Our Spray Technicians are licensed by the State of Arizona Office of Pest Management. When dealing with any chemical, make sure to read the label and follow instructions carefully.
Lifestyle News… Lifestyle Report Kelli Lyon Lifestyle Director It has been a busy few months at Province! I would like to take a moment to thank everyone who has attended, participated in and volunteered at the many events we have enjoyed so far this year. Every year the lifestyle calendar becomes more active and more exciting. The many events we enjoy would not be possible without all of you! Your suggestions, participation and volunteered time and talents are what make the Province lifestyle so dynamic. The Big Band Swing Fling held on January 30 was such a hit that many of you requested the Swing Fever Band be invited back for New Year’s Eve 2011 and we have done just that! If you enjoyed this year’s Big Band event, make sure to mark your calendars for Dec. 31, 2011! (Now that’s what I call planning ahead!) They will also be invited to come back between now and then so make sure to keep an eye on the event calendar for the Swing Fever Band.
www.provincelifestyle.net The Variety Show in March added yet another exciting event to the calendar. As you may recall, last year’s show boasted two nights of sold out performances. This year we blew that record out of the water! The first two shows sold out within a matter of weeks which led to the addition of a third show. It is exciting to see so many residents interested in sharing their talents with the community and just as exciting to see how many friends and family came out to appreciate these talents. Thank you to everyone who participated – cast, crew and all involved – for the vast amounts of time and effort you put into making this show a success! Again, thank you to everyone for coming together as a community to create a lifestyle that is vibrant and active! Province truly is a wonderful place!
Over 200 residents participated in the Chinese Auction held on February 13. The Social Committee and I have received many inquiries as to how much money was collected at this event. The total amount collected was $1308.73. After expenses, which included decorations, fortune cookies, bidding signs and beverage supplies, the total profit for the event was $1167.13. This along with the approximately $4000 profit from the Variety Show is being used to make much needed changes to the lighting system in the Town Hall which will benefit all of Province’s future productions. On March 6, Province’s very own Singing Canucks volunteered their time and talents to provide a dance and sing-along for Province. Over 200 residents attended this free event and enjoyed an evening of dancing, singing and socialization. Thank you to the Singing Canucks for donating their time!
If you have signed up for an event and are unable to attend, please contact the fitness desk at 520-568-8490 so that the next person on the waiting list can be notified. Refunds will be given after the RSVP date only if someone on the waiting list purchases the tickets.
Upcoming Events Luau Saturday, April 10 Aloha! Kilali’s Polynesian Revue presents an evening in Polynesian paradise at the Province outdoor pool! Palm trees and grass skirts, leis and flowered shirts…wear Hawaiian attire as you have in the past for a night that will be a tropical blast! Begin the evening at 5:30 pm with Hawaiian music and cuisine as you watch
the “tropical” sun set over the clear blue water. The menu will include Kalua Pork, Teriyaki Chicken, Hawaiian Baked Beans, Island Rice, Fruit Salad, Rolls and Tropical Punch. Following dinner, relax and enjoy the Polynesian Revue complete with hula dancers, a fire and knife dance and audience participation. Tickets are only $30 per person. Please RSVP at the fitness desk by Sunday, April 4th. BYOB – Please note that glass is not permitted at the pool for safety reasons. All beverages should be in non-glass containers. Saguaro Lake Cruise & Handlebar J Restaurant Thursday, April 15 Experience the magnificence of both desert beauty and natural wildlife of one of the Valley’s hidden treasures, spectacular Saguaro Lake. Relax on the Desert Belle’s 90 minute narrated cruise and see exotic Arizona wildlife, towering canyon walls, and dramatic desert vistas. This is a perfect trip to share with out-of-town guests. Following the cruise enjoy a drive past Fountain Hills to view the world’s tallest fountain and then on to Handlebar J Restaurant & Saloon for live music, dinner and dancing! This trip is a great value at only $46 per person. Tickets include roundtrip motor
Lifestyle News… coach transportation, Saguaro Lake Cruise ticket, and dance lessons at Handlebar J Restaurant & Saloon (food and beverage is not included). Please sign up at the fitness desk by Wednesday, April 7. The bus will leave the Village Center at 1:00 pm and return around 9:15 pm. Friday Film Friday, April 16 Enjoy this month’s Friday film…Ginger and Fred. Directed by Federico Fellini, this satire tells the story of aging celebrity impersonators Amelia Bonetti (Giulietta Masina) and Pippo Botticella (Marcello Mastroianni), who made a name for themselves with a Ginger Rogers-Fred Astaire dancing act before parting ways many years ago. When they’re offered a chance to resurrect the old act on a TV variety show, they jump at the chance -- but do they still have their old spark? The movie will start at 7:30 pm. You are welcome to bring popcorn, snacks and/or non-alcoholic beverages. Please RSVP at the fitness desk in advance (520-568-8490). If you have any movie suggestions, please email them to Kelli Lyon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Wednesday, May 5 Vamos a la fiesta! (Let’s party!) Join your neighbors for Mariachi music and Mexican dinner buffet and judge the salsa creations of your fellow residents from 6 – 7 pm. At 7:00 pm enjoy a dynamic Salsa baile (dance) lesson followed by the stimulating sounds of Salsa & Latin Jazz music. BYOB if desired. Water, ice, coffee and cups will be provided. Tickets are $18. Please RSVP at the fitness desk by Wednesday, April 28th. Contestants for the Salsa Making Contest must sign up by Wednesday, April 28th in order to compete. For rules and sign-up sheets, see the fitness desk.
Hour of Blues Saturday, April 17 Join Province resident, Dave Carlson, at the fire pit from 6:30 – 7:30 pm for an hour of blues music. The concert will be free of charge. Bring a lawn chair and any snacks and non-alcoholic beverages you may want to enjoy. Golden Corridor Orchestra Concert Thursday, April 22 Back by popular demand! The Pinal County Orchestra, Golden Corridor Center For the Arts, will provide a free concert at the Province Town Hall on April 22. As a community orchestra with approximately 70 youth and adults representing communities throughout Pinal County, the group has played for many different events and concerts. On the evening of April 22, the Golden Corridor orchestras will grace Province’s stage with a variety of musical styles including mariachi, classical and show tunes for your enjoyment. Doors will open at 6:15 pm with the concert to begin at 7:00 pm. The Golden Corridor for the Arts, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing musical and cultural experiences and life enriching opportunities through the performing arts. With this in mind, donations will be accepted at the event for this community group. Please sign up at the fitness desk if you plan to attend. For more information regarding the orchestra, please go to www. azperformingarts.org or contact Maureen Berger at 520-421-0911.
Group & Club Sponsored Community Events Buck-A-Cup Saturday, April 3 Join your neighbors Saturday, April 3 from 8:00 – 9:30 am for coffee and pastries. Please check the Buck-A-Cup article on page 12 for more information. Western-Ballroom Dance Saturday, April 3 The Province Ballroom and Line Dancers are sponsoring a community dance Saturday, April 3 from 6:45 – 9:45 pm at the Province Town Hall. Join your neighbors for a mixture of country, ballroom and 60’s and rock and roll music and dancing. Please feel free to bring your own snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol will not be permitted at this event.
New Shooters Workshop Saturday, April 17 The Target Shooting Club is sponsoring a fire arms orientation and safety information session on Saturday, April 17 from 9:00 – 10:30 am with a shooting session at the range to follow. Please check the Target Shooting article on page 14 for more information. Spring Fling Saturday, April 24 The Province Ballroom and Line Dancers are sponsoring a community dance Saturday, April 24, 6:45 – 9:45 pm at the Province Town Hall. Join your neighbors for a mixture of country, ballroom and 60’s and rock and roll music and dancing. Please feel free to bring your own snacks and nonalcoholic beverages. Alcohol will not be permitted at this event.
Please rsvp to all activities at the fitness center. You may rsvp by phone for free events at 520-568-8490. Sign up for paid events must be completed at time of payment. 6
April 2010 Sunday
7 Saguaro Lake & Handlebar J Deadline
Committee Meeting 11 am
17 New Shooters
HOA Offices Closed
Blood Drive 10am – 2 pm
Saguaro Lake Cruise & Handlebar J 1 pm
Golden Corridor Orchestra 7pm
Buck-A-Cup 8 am Western-Ballroom Dance 6:45pm
5:30 pm Outdoor Pool Closed 3 – 9 pm
Fitness Orientation 7 pm
Fitness Orientation 4 pm
Workshop 9 am Hour of Blues 6:30 pm
Friday Film 7:30 pm
24 Spring Fling 6:45pm
Cinco de Mayo Deadline
May 2010 Sunday
Cinco de Mayo 6 pm
Décor Committee Meeting 11 am
HOA Offices Closed 5/31
Health & Wellness Day
Health & Wellness… Province Health & Wellness Program The path to a healthier mind, body and community. Blood Drive Wednesday, April 14 – 10:00 am – 2:00 pm In Arizona alone, 700 units of blood are needed each day. That is why it is so important to have committed donors such as you. Find the Hero in you! Donate blood and save lives! If you wish to donate, please go to bloodhero.com; click on “Donate Blood”; enter the city, state and blood drive date under “Search by State”; and select “Province Adult Community” blood drive to schedule an appointment.
Province Health & Wellness Day Wednesday, May 26 Save the date for Wednesday, May 26. In honor of National Senior Health & Fitness Day, Province will offer a day full of free health and wellness activities for your health and enjoyment! Activities will include free fitness classes, free chair massages and more! Check your May newsletter and/or www.provincelifestyle. net for more information.
Province Health & Fitness Outdoor Pool Closure The outdoor pool will be closed from 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm on Saturday, April 10 for the Province Luau. Indoor Pool Hours The indoor pool is closed for Water Aerobics classes Monday through Friday 8:00 - 9:15 am and for Water Volleyball Monday and Friday from 1 – 3 pm. Outdoor Pool Rules As a reminder, children are welcome to use the outdoor pool from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Monday through Sunday. According to the Province Rules & Regulations, a child is anyone under 19 years of age. All children must be supervised by an adult. Please note that oversized inflatable or flotation devices are not permitted. Small kickboards and pool noodles are acceptable. Thank you for your cooperation.
will be discussed and demonstrated by a certified personal trainer. Sign up at the Fitness Center for Thursday, April 8 at 7:00 pm or Tuesday, April 20 at 4:00 pm. These classes are free of charge, but please sign up in advance! Space is limited.
Fitness Center Orientation Class This class must be taken prior to using the Fitness Center. The class will introduce residents to the policies and procedures of the Fitness Center. Cardiovascular and strength training equipment
Fit Pass Prices Fit Passes expire 6 months from the date of purchase. Residents have the option to “drop-in” for classes, however, discounts are offered to those who pre-purchase Fit Passes.
Drop in Class Rate
$5 per class
This is the rate charged for those who “drop-in” the day of class without purchasing a Fit Pass.
Mini Fit Pass
5 classes for $20
Five (5) pre-purchased passes will be added to your ID card upon purchase. The Mini Fit Pass is a value of $4.00 per class.
Super Fit Pass
10 classes for $35
Ten (10) pre-purchased passes will be added to your ID card upon purchase. The Super Fit Pass is a value of $3.50 per class.
Mega Fit Pass
20 classes for $65
Twenty (20) pre-purchased passes will be added to your ID card upon purchase. The Mega Fit Pass is a value of $3.25 per class.
Health & Wellness activities are for the information and convenience of Province Homeowners, and do not constitute endorsement, recommendation, connection to or favoring of any of the companies listed by the Province Community Association, Inc. or its officers, employees or agents.
Fitness& Wellness Class Descriptions Cardio-Combos Class format changes every 4-6 weeks to focus on a different cardio format. Step training, low-impact, circuit training and Latin dance are just some of the formats offered. Strength training and core exercises are included. This class is beneficial for all fitness levels.
addition kickboxing improves ambidexterity. Cool down normally consists of 10 minutes core training. Be sure to bring water and towel for you are sure to SWEAT! Stretch-n-Tone This class provides a mixture of T’ai Chi, Pilates, Yoga and strength training, all combined to give a gentle, but effective workout. Special attention will be given to the lower back and joints. Stretch-n-Tone is beneficial for all fitness levels. Tai Chi The benefits of Tai Chi are numerous including increased strength, muscle tone, flexibility, energy and balance and a reduced stress level. Classes consist of breathing techniques, warm-up techniques and circular movements incorporated in the form. The circular movements are designed to calm the inner and outer self. Participants should wear comfortable clothing such as shorts, sweat pants, t-shirt and shoes.
Extreme Body Sculpting (Extreme Body) This class is designed for more advanced fitness participants. Build lean, strong muscles with this high intensity total body workout. Classes include a mix of cardio and weight training. Please bring a mat for use during class. Functional Body Conditioning (Functional Body) Class will consist of low impact exercises designed to strengthen muscles, improve range of movements, and balance. Exercises are performed while seated in a chair and standing up. Resistance bands, balls, and free weights are used throughout the class. Difficulty Level Low. Kickboxing Highly motivated, high energy exercise routine incorporating kicking, punching, calisthenics, and pyometrics. Benefits include cardiovascular endurance, strength training, flexibility and coordination. In
Water Aerobics If you are searching for a non-impact, high energy, fun way to work out, Water Aerobics is the class for you. This class focuses on heart conditioning, endurance, and strength exercises in the pool for an all around great workout. Yoga (Time Change Effective April 5) This ancient form of exercise reduces stress, increases flexibility and improves posture. It is excellent for total fitness combining strength, stamina and flexibility. Zumba Zumba is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, which create a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system. This class format combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle toning-benefits. This is a high impact class.
Fitness Class Schedule We are currently in the process of revising the Province Fitness & Wellness Class Schedule. The schedule below may not be an all inclusive list of currently offered classes. An updated class schedule is available on the website, TV Channel and the Village Center bulletin boards. Thank you for your patience during this transition. Monday
Water Aerobics 8:15-9:15 am
Water Aerobics 8:15-9:15 am
Morning Fitness Schedule Yoga 8:00-9:00 am
Yoga 8:00-9:00 am
Water Aerobics 8:15-9:15 am
Water Aerobics 8:15-9:15 am
Water Aerobics 8:15-9:15 am
Yoga 9:00 – 10:00 am
Yoga 9:00 – 10:00 am
Extreme Body 9:30 – 10:20 am
Stretch-n-Tone 9:30 – 10:15 am
Extreme Body 9:30 – 10:20 am
Stretch-n-Tone 9:30 – 10:15 am
Extreme Body 9:30 – 10:20 am
Functional Body 10:30 – 11:30 am
Cardio-Combos 10:30 – 11:30 am
Functional Body 10:30 – 11:30 am
Cardio-Combos 10:30 – 11:30 am
Functional Body 10:30 – 11:30 am
Evening Fitness Schedule Tai Chi 5:00 - 6:00 pm Kickboxing 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Tai Chi 5:00 - 6:00 pm Zumba 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Kickboxing 6:00 – 7:00 pm Province Life
Groups & Clubs… Groups, Clubs & Games Schedule Monday 9:00a 9:30a 10:00a 1:00p 1:30p 3:00p 7:00p
Ceramics – Ceramics Room Tap Dance – Town Hall Mah Jongg – Card Room Water Volleyball – Indoor Pool Book Club – Town Hall (1st) Couples Golf- Off Site Tuners & Crooners – Town Hall
Tuesday 9:00a 9:45a 10:30a 11:00a 1:00p 6:00p 6:30p 7:00p
Target Shooting - Off Site (4th) Bowling – Off Site Canasta – Card Room Mexican Train – Café Euchre – Card Room Poker – Poker Room Crafts – Craft Room Democrats Club- Card Room (2nd)
Wednesday 8:00a 10:30a 12:30p 1:00p 1:00p 4:00p 5:30p 6:30p 7:00p
Hiking Group- Off Site (1st and 3rd) Hand & Foot – Town Hall Mah Jongg – Card Room Oil Paint – Craft Room Sewing – Sewing Room Bocce Ball – Bocce Ct Ceramics – Ceramics Room Mexican Train – Café Singles – Arts & Crafts Room (1st)
Thursday 8:00a 9:00a 1:00p 1:00p 2:00p 6:00p 6:00p 6:30p 7:00p 7:00p
Golf – Off Site Ceramics – Ceramics Room Quilting – Sewing Room Water Color – Craft Room Ladies Social – Card Room Pinochle – Card Room Poker – Poker Room Line Dance – Town Hall Bunco – Card Room (1st & 3rd) Farkle-Card Room (2nd & 4th)
Friday 10:00a 10:30a 1:00p
Bridge – Card Room Hand & Foot Water Volleyball – Indoor Pool
Saturday 8:00a 9:00a 9:00a 9:00a 10:00a 2:00p
Buck-A-Cup – Café (1st) Bocce Ball – Bocce Ct Target Shooting - Off Site (2nd) Ceramics – Ceramics Room Scrap Book – Craft Room Car Group – Village Center
Sunday 10:00 a 12:30p 2:00p
Bicycle Club – (2nd & 4th) Hand & Foot – Card Room Prg. Rummy – Café
Marketing Mania! Newsletter Groups and clubs are encouraged to update newsletter information monthly. All newsletter articles should be submitted in writing or via email (email@example.com) to the Communications Coordinator. Information for next month’s newsletter must be submitted by the 1st of this month. Any information submitted after this date will not be included until the following newsletter. Website Group and club meeting times may be posted on the website event calendar for quick and easy access. In addition, club information and pictures may be submitted to the Communications Coordinator via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Club officers are responsible for keeping the club information up to date. TV Channel 99 Groups and clubs are welcome and encouraged to submit information and pictures for the Province TV channel. Please submit information to the Communications Coordinator via email at email@example.com. Bulletin Board Group and club flyers may be posted on the Fitness and Social Center bulletin board. All flyers must be 5 x 8 or smaller and should be submitted to the Communications Coordinator for approval. Groups and Clubs are responsible for providing their own flyers. Limit of one flyer per group, please.
Committees Decorations Committee If you would like to get involved, the Decorations Committee meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 11:00 am in the Arts & Crafts room. Do you have a creative side? Or maybe you just like to be involved? Well, we need your expertise! The Decorations Committee is looking for people who have creative decoration ideas, like to create decorations, are willing to set up decorations before parties, and/or are able to put away decorations after parties. We hope to see you at our next meeting!
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Craft Group The Craft Group meets Tuesday evenings at 6:30 pm in the Arts & Crafts Room. The group will work on a variety of projects.
Bike Club April is here, spring has sprung and it is time to thaw out the bicycles and hit the road. Our wonderful Arizona weather and the lush scenery around the Province Community make the bicycle rides a very enjoyable experience. Our club will be taking rides on the second and fourth Sundays in April starting at 9:00 a.m. On ride Sundays we meet at the fountain area in front of the Community Center. We have rides for all ability levels (typically less than one hour in length) and we share a potluck breakfast after the ride. Come join us and meet your friends and neighbors from Province. If you have any questions, contact Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dance Group Check out the Province Dance Group at www.provincelifestyle.net. Line Dance Group lessons are held on Thursday nights at 6:30 pm at the Village Center. Ballroom Dance Ballroom Dance lessons will be progressive each month with a review of the former week’s lesson. The classes will be held Tuesday evenings in the Town Hall from - 7:00 - 8:00 pm with one half hour of practice time. The cost is only $6.00 per person for each lesson. A commitment of the four weeks is appreciated. The total cost would be $24.00 per person for the four weeks. Come join the fun! Please contact Linda Short at 520-568-7414 for more information.
Book Club The April Book Club meeting will be held on Monday, April 5th at 11:30 am in the Province Town Hall. This is a social meeting for members only. There will be a review of “The Holy Man”, by Susan Trott. For further information, contact Joan at 568-8008 or Kay at 568-0505.
Democrats Club The Province Democrats Club meets in the Card Room on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm. If you need more information call Carrah 568-7950.
Bowling Club The Province Bowling Club will be bowling at the Brunswick Kyrene Bowling Lanes in Chandler. Bowling will be held every Tuesday at 9:45 AM until April 27th. The cost will be $7.00 for 3 games. You are invited to join us for some spirited competition and a lot of fun. Our league is more a social experience than a competition so we welcome residents of all skill levels. Each week, for those who are interested, arrangements are made for lunch after bowling at a variety of restaurants. If you wish to join the Club, please contact Bob Schreiber (President) at 520-568-5348, Ernie Gysegem (Vice President) at 520-5688020, Bob Corrado (Secretary) at 520-568-7966 or Rene Duhamel (Treasurer) at 520-568-5266. Please check the Province website at www.provincelifestyle.net for club standings. Buck-A-Cup First Saturday of each Month at the Cyber Café (No coffee in July) 8:00 am - 9:30 am You may bring your own cup! Meet and greet your neighbors in the Village Center - Open to ALL PROVINCE RESIDENTS!!!! Bunco Group Please join us the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month in the Card Room at 7:00 pm. Bring $5 to play. Car Guys and Gals Are you interested in cars? Here’s an opportunity for automotive enthusiasts of any type to get together and talk about cars. We meet the 2nd Saturday of every month at 2:00 pm at the Village Center. This is not a car club…it’s just car people who want to get together with others who have an interest and can enjoy talking about cars, show photo’s of cars we have owned and review all types of cars: stock, modified, custom, hotrods, street rods, sport cars, imports, kit cars, etc. If you are interest, call John at 520-494-7107 for more information. Ceramics Club Ceramics classes meet Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9:00 am. A variety of green ware is available for purchase in the Ceramics Room. Classes are $7 per person plus the cost of the green ware piece. Please pay in the Ceramics Room. 12
Duplicate Bridge Group People interested in duplicate bridge may contact Jean Wall-Fee at 520-568-2410 or 480-363-6270. For those of you who play bridge and are interested in learning to play duplicates, we will be happy to teach you how to play! euchre Group “IF IT’S TUESDAY IT MUST BE...EUCHRE!!!” Calling all you Hoosier Hotshots, Buckeyes, ILLINI’s, Badger’s, Wolverines, and anyone one else who loves this card game or just wants to learn! Province has Euchre now on Tuesday afternoons at 1:00PM in the poker room upstairs, so please join us. We would also like to add an evening or weekend game for those of you that have to work on weekdays, so pick up the Jack of Hearts and please contact Cynthia Morgan at email@example.com or 520-2086963 to vote as to whether you would prefer Tuesday evenings or Sunday afternoons for the second game or to offer a suggestion. Farkle Group Want to play Farkle? Join us on the 2nd & 4th Thursday at 7:00 pm in the Card Room. Bring $5 to play. Need more information call Ana 520-414-4594. Food and Friends Group Looking for a way to meet people within the community? Come join us for dinner with the neighbors. The Food and Friends Group (Emphasis on FRIENDS, not Food) is a great way to socialize with your neighbors and old friends in Province and a chance to meet new friends. Once a month for three months a group of 6 people get together for dinner, drinks and appetizers, or deserts. It’s entirely up to the group. At the end of 3 months, the groups are reformed so that everyone gets a chance to meet other people within the group. We’d love to have you join us. If you are interested, please contact Babs Cahalan at 480-650-6643 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golf Club The Province Golf Club currently hosts at least one event each week, normally at 9:00 am on Thursdays. (These are 18 hole events). In addition, during the winter months there is a couples golf league that plays on Monday afternoons at 3:00 pm (this is normally a nine hole event).These are both all member events. Check out the Golf Club Website at: http://home.orbitelcom.com/ provincegolfclub for more information on Club events and points of
www.provincelifestyle.net contact for all events. New members are always welcome and may contact the Club Officers. (Please refer to the Website for contact numbers). Regardless of your skill level please feel invited to join our club or come as a guest to meet some of the individuals that play in the Province Golf Club group. They are all a great group of people who enjoy having fun while playing a great sport. It is fun and an easy way to meet new friends. Hiking Group The Province Hiking Group hikes twice per month on the first and third Wednesdays. Come join us for good healthy challenges and lots of fresh air in a social setting. We meet at the Village Center to determine who is attending and arrange car pools. We pitch in to pay for the driver’s expenses. Equipment required: water, hiking boots, hats, sunscreen, lunch and snacks. For information about the upcoming hike, call Patricia Tillery at 868-6036. Ladies Social Group We are a few ladies who enjoy weekly get-togethers to chat. It is an informal, unconstructed way to socialize and make new friends. We would love to meet other ladies who would like the same. We meet Thursday afternoons at 2 pm and are always excited to see new faces, hear fresh ideas, and share information. Please call Linda at 568-7595 for more information and for location. Motorcycle Group The motorcycle group meets the first week of each month. The second Sunday of each month will be a breakfast ride. Interested residents should contact Mike Barnes at 520-568-6682. All cyclists are welcome to join the rides! If you don’t have a cycle, but have the motorcycle license...rent a bike and join us! Oil Painting Open studio for oil painting will be held Wednesdays, 1:00 – 4:00 pm. No experience is needed. Please bring your own supplies. A list of recommended supplies will be available at the fitness desk. Contact Yvonne Clark at 520-316-6608 or Janet Lind at 520-876-9446 for further information.
If you need help because of an accident, illness or rough patch in your life, we can lend a helping hand and try to assist in simple ways. We are Province neighbors helping neighbors. WE’RE HERE AND WE CARE If you need help or want to help in any way, please contact: Karen Baumunk - 520-414-4938 or Jan Owens - 520-568-1925. Your input and ideas are important to us. Next General Meeting is Thursday, April 22nd at 10:30 am in the Arts & Crafts room. Election for Officers will be held at our April Meeting. Province Model Yacht Club (PMYC) Model yacht racing on the lakes at Province is a relaxing way to enjoy the afternoon with friends by the lake - either participating or just watching. There are 11 clubs in the Phoenix area enjoying this hobby, primarily in 55+ communities. No, the yachts don’t have motors in them. They have sails and are powered by the wind. They are perfectly quiet and are navigated by remote control (RC). In order for the racing to be conducted in an equitable manner, the competing yachts are all the same design – Nirvana II. This way no model has an advantage over the other. The Nirvana II class
model yacht was selected for several reasons: low cost, small size, no construction required, and they are easy to sail. Any member would be glad to give you a chance to operate the controls. Just ask when you see the yachts out sailing. Please visit the Video and Picture Gallery at our Club Web Site to learn more about this exciting hobby. The site is accessible from the Province Web Site as follows: Groups/Clubs Clubs Model Yacht Club and then click on the following link: http://www.stephanieehrbright.com/pmychome.html Quilting Group
Come join the quilting group on Thursdays at 1:00 pm in the sewing room. Anyone interested in being a part of the group is welcome! Red Hat Group “Province Petals” The “Province Petals” is all about getting together, planning events, having fun and making new friends. We do something at least once a month and sometimes more. You are free to pick and choose. Events include outings such as the Peach festival, Tea Parties, Just Lunch, Theaters, Movies, etc. We also have events here in Province at our homes like theme parties such as “Movie Night” or a relaxing evening at the Province pool with finger foods. We are always open for new ideas. We have a business meeting every four months to plan events for the next coming months. All ladies are welcome Red Hatters over 50 and Pink Hatters under 50. Any questions please call the Queen Mum - Faith Bragg at 520-208-6036. Scrap Booking - Card Making - Rubber Stamping Group Demonstrations and Samples - work on your own or join a group project. The scrap booking group meets in the Arts & Crafts room on Saturdays from 10 am – 2 pm. For more information, please call Carol Steinke at 568-2638 or Caroline Kidd at 868-6878. Scrummy Exercise your mind. When is the last time you looked at a dictionary? Scrummy can sharpen cognitive thinking, improve vocabulary and keep the mind bright! Join us Thursday’s from 9 am - 12 pm in the Card Room! It’s Gin Rummy, Scrabble and Wisk, rolled into one card game! Each player can learn from every game played. Once you start to play Scrummy, players realize this word game has more challenges than any other word game out there...Please contact Violet “Sugar” Price at email@example.com or 520-350-1160 if you have any questions or visit the Play Scrummy website at www. playscrummy.com for more information. Hope to see you there! Sewing Group Gather up your sewing projects! The sewing group will meet Wednesdays at 1:00 pm in the sewing room. Anyone interested in being a part of the sewing group, doing group sewing projects and sharing sewing tips, please join us! Singles Club The Singles Club has all new officers for a new year. We have had a lot of fun times including movies and lunch, traveling – day trips and overnighters, house parties and more. Province Life
Groups & Clubs… Any single out there is welcome to come to our meetings, the first Wednesday of every month. Our next general meeting will be on Wednesday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the Arts & Crafts Room. For further information call Joyce Baldwin at 520-208-6559. We hope to see you there! Super Senior Activities Stimulating activity and personal friendship is recommended for anyone over 80 years of age. Sometimes health issues stand in the way. Please call Carol Steinke (520-568-2638) if you are interested in developing a group of Super Seniors for Bingo, dominos, or other activities. Does Mom or Dad live with you? Do you know a “super” senior (maybe in their 80’s or 90’s) that needs a stimulating activity? There is an adult daycare facility at Alma School and Queen Creek that provides games, entertainment, and companionship for these seniors. The schedule is 3 days a week and 3 hours per day. Call Carol Steinke (520568-2638) to discuss the cost and transportation if you are interested in this program. The facility is run by the Risen Savior Lutheran Church. Tap Dance Let’s get started! We are dancing Monday mornings at 9:30 am in the Town Hall. Whether you are interested in learning to tap or you are already a pro, you will want to join us for a fun time! Hope to see you there! Target Shooting Club The Province Target Shooting Club meets at the Village Center on the 2nd Saturday and 4th Tuesday of each month to go target shooting. New Shooter’s Workshop Saturday, April 17, 2010 Learn to shoot with the Province Target Shooting Club This club is open to both MEN and WOMEN!!! 9:00 am – 10:30 am – Firearm Orientation and Safety Information 11:00 am – 1:00 pm – Shooting Session at the Range Transportation to the range and lunch provided. For further information and/or registration, call Sharon Siegel @ 520-568-8363 or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tennis Club We continue to enjoy the beautiful Arizona weather and the fun/ competition on the tennis courts! Experienced club members are playing singles and doubles while beginners are getting coaching and lots of practice including use of the tennis ball machine. We are looking for more competitors who can participate in tournament play so we can add that to our format options. Playing times will soon be changing as the weather starts to get warmer – check the bulletin board opposite the fitness center desk for current club court times. Hope to see you on the courts! For additional information, 14
feel free to contact, Dale at email@example.com, Sheila at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Pat at RLHodge@aol.com. The Province Genealogy Group The purpose: Introduction into Genealogy, family tree starter kit. Search for ancestors on ancestry.com and Google. Identify resources for requesting ancestor vital records in government archives, libraries churches, historical societies and cemeteries. Search the records of “Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War” and “Sons of the American Revolution” (and DAR). The April meeting will be on Tuesday, April 12th from 6:00 – 7:00 pm in the Computer Room. Bring notebook & pen and a relative. Contact Robert Weinheimer, weinheimer@ orbitelcom.com or call 602-363-6281 for further information. Travel Club The travel club will be on “Vacation” until our next meeting on October 13, 2010. At the present time we do not have enough interested individuals to fill our officer positions. We will try in October to see if others will come forward to help run the club. If you have an interest or any questions please contact any of the following individuals: Charles J. Loew at Charles.Loew@masetllc.com or 520-568-6353, Cheryl Mossing at email@example.com or 520-5687051, or John Weindorf at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-5687731. TOPS Group Now Meeting every Wednesday 10:30 am in the Arts & Crafts Room. Friendship and Fun! Weekly meeting to share ideas and suggestions for healthy weight loss! Tuners & Crooners (Formerly the Music Group) Come join the Tuners & Crooners in the Province Town Hall on Mondays at 7:00 pm. Anyone interested in being a part of this lively and talented group is welcome! Veterans Group If you are interested in forming a veterans group, please sign up in the black Groups & Clubs binder at the fitness desk. This group would be open to all Province residents and would encourage camaraderie and appreciation of our veterans. The group may have guest speakers and activities of interest to veterans. Do you have other ideas? All ideas are welcome!
Water Color Open studio for residents interested in water color will be held Thursdays 1:00-3:30 pm in the Arts & Crafts room. Please see a list of supplies you will need at the fitness desk. Any amount of experience (or inexperience) is welcome! For more information contact Penney at 520-413-3031 or email@example.com. Water Volleyball Group Water Volley Ball is at the outdoor pool on Mondays and Fridays from 1 - 3pm. Both games are free of charge and open to all Province residents. If you have questions contact Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our Community… Reminders and New Resident Information Guests at the Village Center
All guests must check in at the Fitness Desk prior to using the facility. They will be asked to fill out a liability waiver if they have not done so within the last 30 days. In addition, they will be asked to sign in to ensure that only one pass is used for guests who use the facility multiple times on the same day. Residents are required to accompany guests to the Village Center. If you have an extenuating circumstance which does not allow you to accompany your guest, please call or stop by the Fitness Desk for more information. Guests will not be allowed to use the facility unaccompanied unless they have prior approval.
We would like to thank homeowners in advance for presenting membership cards to the Village Center employees upon entering the facility. Presenting your membership card not only identifies you as a homeowner here at Province but it helps the check in process at the center to be more efficient and customer service oriented. Haven’t picked up your membership card yet? Please come by the Fitness Center to get your card. Your photograph will be taken at that time and will be printed on your card. Please bring a photo ID and proof of home ownership. If you are a renter, you will need to present a copy of your rental agreement. If your card is lost or stolen, replacement cards can be printed at the Fitness Desk for a fee of $5. Please call the Fitness Desk at 520-568-8490 with any questions.
If you do not have a Province nametag to wear at social events, community meetings, group and club functions, etc., they can be ordered at the Fitness Desk for $8 each. Please note that the nametags are magnetic. If you have a pacemaker, you will need to request a nametag that is not magnetic.
Transponders & Windshield Stickers
Transponders for the gates and windshield stickers are available at the Guard House. They can be picked up daily between 6:00 am and 10:00 pm upon showing proof of residency. The cost is $35.00 for the household’s first 2 transponders ($17.50 if you only need one). Additional transponders are $35 each with a limit of 4 per household. Deposits may be paid with check or money order only and should be made payable to Province Community Association,
Inc. This is a refundable deposit. Transponders must be returned to the guard gate in order to receive a refund.
Payment of Homeowner Association Dues
As a friendly reminder, community assessments are due quarterly. Payment should be made before January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1. If you have not received a statement please contact AAM at 602-906-4940 and ask for the billing department. Homeowners are responsible for informing AAM of a new address or change of address.
Street Sweeping Schedule
Please note that this schedule can be adjusted at anytime depending on the conditions of each parcel. Province is currently under contract with Sunstate Street Sweeping. Sweep monthly – Province Community Center, main roads, Phase II (Parcel 13, 14, 15 & 16) January, April, July, & October – Parcel 4 February, May, August, & November – Parcel 5 March, June, September, & December – Parcel 6 & Parcel 7 • All sweeping will be done on the 3rd Tuesday of the month • Parcel 4, 5, 6, & 7 is scheduled for quarterly sweeping, but depending on condition of streets, they may be swept monthly during monsoon season.
Trash Schedule Pick-up Days
Currently under contract with Waste Management Mondays are trash pick-up& Thursdays are recycling pick-up.
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