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AUTUMN IN ARIZONA – PUMPKIN PATCH SEASON HAS ARRIVED!

IN THIS ISSUE Charity ................................................................. 3 City News ........................................................... 4 Hi, My Name is ..................................................6 Business ............................................................. 7 Education ................................................... 8 & 9

Kids’ Corner ......................................................13 Real Estate .............................................. 14 & 15 Movies ............................................................... 16 Business Directory ..........................................17 Things To Do ................................................... 18

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ince 2011, the Harvest Compassion Center has been serving guests throughout the Valley. Operated with a staff of volunteers, the food and clothing bank meets the needs of individuals and their families who may be going through a hardship.

The HCC strives to be more than just a local food bank, it’s your one-stop shop! It is set up like a mini-mart, where guests are able to shop and choose their desired food, hygiene products, baby item, various home products and clothing FREE of charge. We are open to the general public and provide service to anyone living in Arizona, as there are no pre-qualifications or appointments ever needed. 1 in 4 children and 1 in 5 adults live with food insecurity in Arizona. Arizona ranks 3rd highest in the U.S. for child food insecurity rates with 456,760 children facing hunger daily! By providing life’s necessities, HCC guests can use their food budget on rent, utilities, and transportation, allowing more children to stay in their homes. The Harvest Compassion Center Phoenix needs

your gently used clothing, home items and kid’s toys/books, as well as, brand new toys to give out during the holidays. Community families and businesses may also donate by becoming a monthly FEED 1 Partner, for only $28.00 dollars a month and FEED 1 family with us! Or one can take full advantage of the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit and telling one’s tax dollars where to go. All donation, FEED 1 and Tax Credit information can be located on our website at: www.harvestcompassioncenter.org Harvest Compassion Center Phoenix 4744 E. Thunderbird Road Ste. 9 Phoenix, AZ 85032

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CITY NEWS

THE HAIL STORM OF OCTOBER 5TH 2010 AND THE DEER VALLEY SHINGLE PILE By Chris Keeley

THE DEVASTATING HAILSTORM IN PHOENIX ARIZONA OF OCTOBER 5, 2010 AND ITS LINGERING AFFECTS STILL PERSIST IN DEER VALLEY AIRPARK. If you were here you remember it well. Hail, some as large as 2 inches in diameter, pummeled huge areas in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale and Mesa generating a path of destruction for miles. Cars, by the thousands, looked like they were pounded with ball peen hammers. Over 150,000 homes required new roofs. Contractors, including shingle recyclers, poured into the Phoenix market to profit from the devastation. That brings us to the shingle pile in Deer Valley Airpark today. There is a 10-acre pile of roof shingles just off Pinnacle Peak and Central Avenue in Deer Valley Airpark ready to be recycled. All those roofs damaged in

that hailstorm ended up here. At least four recyclers came into the Phoenix market after the storm. All but one took in shingles and then vacated the state with the money. The recycler at Pinnacle Peak stayed. Eventually each pile was moved to this site. Shingle recycling is a vey common practice in many states but it’s new in Arizona. In fact there are a few states that won’t allow shingles into their dumps and require it be recycled. There are about 200,000 tons of recycle material currently on site and the city of Phoenix just approved a Temporary Use Permit to grind the material on site to turn this pile into asphalt material. Though this material cannot be used on ADOT roads it can be used for county roads, private roads, driveways, and ground cover or dust control. About 1 acre has already been recycled into fine asphalt pellets and removed from the site. Ten acres of recycle material

approximately 20 feet high did not end up in our dumps in the Phoenix area from the hailstorm of 2010. Through the cooperation of the City of Phoenix and a private recycler we have gone green with this material. About 99 percent of the pile is recyclable material. The finished product is about 97 percent pulverized asphalt shingles, 1 percent plastic, 1 percent glass and 1 percent wood. The finished pulverized asphalt is called Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles or RAS. RAS can be mixed with virgin asphalt and used for nonADOT roads in Arizona, county roads, private roads, driveways and parking lots with significant savings. RAS also works extremely well for dust control when used with a binder that

prevents the spread of material like gravel spreads.

Many Deer Valley residents have inquired what that “Mountain of Shingles” is on Pinnacle Peak. It took about two years of full time deliveries to build it. We hope to report in about two years that pile has become roadways and driveways, parking lots and ground cover all over Arizona and we have turned a disastrous hailstorm into a green energy success story.

PHOENIX WAGE GROWTH STRONGEST IN U.S. IN YET ANOTHER SIGN OF STRONG ECONOMIC MOMENTUM AND GROWTH IN QUALITY JOBS, THE PHOENIX METRO AREA EXPERIENCED THE HIGHEST WAGE GROWTH IN THE NATION OVER THE PAST YEAR. Wages in the Valley jumped 7.6 percent between July 2016 and July 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Here’s a closer look at the numbers: Top 10 metros by increase in average hourly wage, July 2017 over July 2016 “MSA Rank” is based on July 2016 metropolitan statistical area population by the U.S. Census; “Rank” means percent change in average hourly wage yearover-year

“We’ve been laser focused on building a more innovation-driven economy that works for everyone, and we’re seeing great results,” Mayor Greg Stanton said. “This significant private-sector wage growth is being driven by advanced industries like technology, biosciences, healthcare, financial services and precision manufacturing.” The average hourly wage grew by nearly $2 an hour over the past year in the Phoenix metro area and is now $26.75, 1.5 percent higher than the national average of $26.36. Overall, the Phoenix metro area ranks 23rd in wages, but it’s quickly heading in the right direction. Before the Great Recession in 2007, advanced industries accounted for less than half of the workforce in Phoenix (46 percent). Now those higher-talent, higher-wage jobs make up more than 60 percent of the Valley’s workforce.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Job Announcement Full Time EMT & Paramedic Positions The Daisy Mountain Fire District is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions: EMCT-EMT & EMCT-PARAMEDIC. Full time shift schedule: 48/96.

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HI, MY NAME IS...

PROFILE ON LOCAL BUSINESS: RAQUEL L. JARVILL MY COMPANY & TITLE IS…. Raquel L Jarvill, PLLC, a luxury home realtor with Keller Williams Arizona Realty. I also serve as President of Starlight Community Theater, a volunteer driven non-profit community theater organization here in the North Valley. A TYPICAL DAY IN MY LIFE INCLUDES… enjoying the amenities of the beautiful Anthem community, working with real estate clients on their real estate goals, checking in with our adult children who are studying in other states, practicing piano and singing, attending a rehearsal of an upcoming production or a performance at Starlight Community theater, and enjoying time with my wonderful husband.

MY FAVORITE THING ABOUT LIVING/WORKING IN THE DEER VALLEY AREA IS… two-fold, the friendly people who live and work in the area and the businesses that are investing in the local community, enriching our quality of life. YOUR FAVORITE MOVIE YOU COULD NEVER GET TIRED OF WATCHING AND WHY... Top Gun is a favorite and I have a special affection, honor & respect for our men and women of the US Armed Forces. My father is retired from the US Coast Guard and I worked for the Navy Exchange for many years early in my career.

MY FAMILY… Is a great blessing! Each one of them inspires me to love unconditionally, serve by example, and strive for excellence. THE BUSINESS LESSON I LEARNED THE HARD WAY IS… Integrity is an important characteristic of people whom I choose to work with. ONE THING I CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT… My faith. WHEN I WAS YOUNGER, I WANTED TO BE… Living the American dream – have a loving husband and family, own a home, be successful in my career or owning a business, and involved in the betterment of my local community. I love the opportunities we have in the USA! THE SONG I WOULD SING AT KARAOKE NIGHT IS... Great Is Thy Faithfulness a hymn as performed by Jordan Smith or, if not available, I Will Always Love You by Dolly Parton as performed by Whitney Houston. THE ONE PERSON WHO MOTIVATES ME IS… My husband, a brilliant man of integrity and humility whom I love, admire and respect. THE LAST THING THAT MADE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD WAS… The talented cast & director at rehearsal of You Can’t Take It With You at Starlight Community Theater. They are so talented and the show is very funny! Come and laugh with us Oct. 13- 22! www.StarlightCommunityTheater.com/tickets THE PERFECT DAY WOULD BE… Enjoying life together with my family at the beach resort or a Disney park, singing, making music, laughing, playing games (and winning!), conversing about what we can do in contribution to the people of our communities locally, nationally, and globally.

MY FIRST JOB WAS… A regular weekly gig when I was in seventh grade as a piano accompanist for a Lake Washington School District Children’s Honor Choir in Kirkland, WA. All those years of practicing and sight-reading music paid off! MY LIFE… Is an adventure, full of love, joy and contentment with loved ones, great family and friends. I’M CURRENTLY WORKING ON… Adjusting to our young adult children each pursuing her/his life’s calling and the quiet environment at home now being empty nesters. THE BEST GIFT I’VE EVER RECEIVED WAS... The marriage to and the unconditional, continuous love of my husband. He keeps our journey through life adventurous and I look forward to what lays ahead, growing and maturing alongside him. THE ACTOR I WOULD WANT TO PLAY ME IN A MOVIE OF MY LIFE IS... Lea Solonga, Nicole Scherzinger, or Anna Maria Perez de Tagle. Each are accomplished, beautiful, talented possibilities. MY DREAM VACATION WOULD BE TO… Travel around the world with my husband, visiting other countries meeting the people and experiencing their culture, visiting relatives where they work and live, and hopefully meeting up with our children at some locations, possibly working with them on short term medical missions. MY WORDS OF WISDOM TO ASPIRING BUSINESS OWNERS... Integrity and kindness in business relationships are remembered and leave long lasting impressions, grow long term repeat business, and reap beneficial referrals.

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BUSINESS

CLOSING UP SHOP? GET THE PROS TO HELP PROFESSIONAL LIQUIDATION EXPERTS CAN HELP BUSINESS OWNERS GO OUT WITH A BANG, INSTEAD OF IN DEBT

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usinesses close their doors all the time and for a variety of reasons. Whether a retail store is planning to downsize, close, retire, or just needs to raise cash for their business, there are professional retail consulting and liquidation companies that provide the tools, techniques and solutions to maximize the highest dollar return and convert inventory and other business assets into cash.

How can professional liquidation experts possibly help? Bob Nelson with POWER Retailing — a company that specializes in high impact liquidation strategies and new breakthrough ideas — has plenty of insight into the situation. “For most people, closing a business is probably one the most important finan-

cial decisions they will ever make,” says Nelson. “They’ve invested time, effort, and money in it. Maybe now is the time to benefit from it. A plan that is tailored to fit the store image and get the highest possible dollar return requires dozens of specific details, a precise marketing system, and a highly strategic plan.” For instance, these days, modern consumers are literally bombarded by sales and advertising message. But Nelson knows how to break through the clutter. “Today’s customers are a bit jaded. They see 20 percent off or 50 percent off sales signs all the time, but customers always respond to goingout-of-business sales and when they see ‘Everything must go!’ signs they’ll come racing in.” Surprisingly, companies like Power Re-

tailing really can make a difference by: • Providing timing and duration strategies: How to plan, advertise, and launch going out of business sales with far less effort and expense. • Providing high impact marketing tools and techniques: Custom signs and compelling advertising layouts to create urgency, excitement and fun

smarter, build teamwork, control profit margins, and sell to the bare walls The long and short of it is, if you plan on closing up shop, it is well worth the time to hire a professional liquidation team to help. They’ll help business owners go out on a high note and move on to the next stage of their lives.

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EDUCATION

JEFFERSON PREPARATORY EARNS NATIONAL RECOGNITION

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ocated on 51st Avenue and Bell Road, Jefferson Preparatory has had a meteoric rise in the charter world. Established in 2013, at the urging of parents from sister school Adams Traditional Academy, Jefferson began with only a 9th grade class. Jefferson increased by one grade level per year. In the fall of 2016, Jefferson added a middle school and gained accreditation through AdvancEd. In May 2017, Jefferson graduated its first senior class. The class of 30 graduates earned over $500,000 in college scholarships. When US News and World Report released their annual list of “America’s Best High Schools”, Jefferson Preparatory was included. A recipient in the bronze medal category, Jefferson is recognized as being in the top 16 percent of high schools in the United States.

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How does a small charter high school gain national recognition in such a short period of time? “From the beginning, our academic emphasis has been on developing critical thinking skills,” commented Tawnya Mecham, Principal. “Our motto is that we teach our students ‘how’ to think, not ‘what’ to think. As a result, our students meet the academic challenges of a college preparatory school with great success.” Despite size, Jefferson offers high school students a wide range of options for core subjects and 31 different electives, from computer design and robotics to 3D art and band. College concurrent and duel

enrollment classes increase the number of learning options available. Student to teacher ratios can be as small as 10 to 1. Mrs. Mecham emphasizes that academics are not all Jefferson has to offer. “We recognize that successful students need to feel as if they are part of a strong school community. While academics remain the focus of the school, sports, band, drama, and a wide variety of clubs develop a sense of belonging and inclusion within the school. We are excited to add a swim team and an adventure club to our extracurricular activities this year.” Jefferson Preparatory is committed to helping close the gap between standardized test results achieved by Arizona students and those of students nationally. The Condition of College and Career Readiness 2017 report issued by ACT stated over 2,000,000 students (or 60 percent) of 2017 graduates took the ACT in the 2016-17 school year. Of that number, 33 percent did not meet expectations on any of the four ACT content area tests and only 27 percent met expectations in all four content areas. The 2017 ACT national composite score was 21, Arizona students achieved a composite score of 19.7. Students in New Hampshire achieved the highest composite score of 25.5. More information on Jefferson Preparatory can be found on www. JPHSChoice.org, or call (602) 595-2990.

SUCCESS STARTS EARLY. Principal Mecham reviewing the student newspaper with students.

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EDUCATION

KINDERGARTEN PARENTS: HOW TO REINFORCE LEARNING AT HOME

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self or make requests. If he or she is asked what they want to eat and drink at a restaurant, let your child reply, even if you know the answer.

To help your child throughout the kindergarten year, here are a few ways to support these key areas of development at home:

• SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL SKILLS: Children will use social-emotional skills every day once in kindergarten, whether they’re asking a teacher for help, being polite to classmates or following instructions. Scheduling a fun, unstructured play date is a great way to let children interact with peers, helping them learn to share and express themselves through play.

• VOCABULARY AND ORAL LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: Encourage your child to communicate through words. Have your child tell you a story, asking questions that invite description. For example, if your child says a dog was chasing a stick, ask what color was the dog? Did he run fast or slowly? Was the stick big or small? In public, give your child opportunities to speak for him or her-

• SMALL MOTOR CONTROL: Developing small motor skills can be as easy as coloring with your child and cutting with scissors - anything that gets those fingers and toes moving! Other great activities include putting puzzles together, building with blocks, throwing, catching and kicking a ball, riding a tricycle as well as activities like running, jumping and climbing.

indergarten is an exciting time for children, but it can also be stressful -- not just for little ones, but for parents, too. Although each child is unique and develops at his or her own pace, most educators and experts agree that four key areas of development are essential for further growth and achievement in school.

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terns, edges, or other visual details the pieces share. Try not to compare your child’s mastery of letters, sounds and numbers to classmates. Children will be learning at their own comfortable pace. The teacher is practicing these skills with your child, and you can help by continuing to reinforce them at home. (StatePoint)

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AUTUMN IN ARIZONA – PUMPKIN PATCH SEASON HAS ARRIVED! By Jill “MamaBug” Frier

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emperatures are slowly starting to drop, leaves are beginning to change up north and everywhere you look are pumpkin patches, fall festivals, haunted houses, and Halloween costumes and decorations. Autumn is officially arriving in Arizona and we want to share our favorite places to celebrate Pumpkin Patch Season this fall. Most of these locations are open on weekends

throughout October, but be sure to check out our Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival List to get specific details on dates, hours and websites – for all of these venues and many more! MACDONALD’S RANCH MacDonald’s Ranch in north Scottsdale is one of our family’s annual favorites. We make time every year to visit the ranch’s pumpkin patch, which is only accessible by horse drawn hayride. The first stop at the

ranch is their old Western town, just inside the entrance, then on to the pony rides, games, hay bale maze and other fun activities. We always pick out a least a couple of pumpkins (they have a great range of sizes), so either save the hayride to the pumpkin patch for last, or bring a wagon to carry your load. Special note: wear sunscreen, a hat and very comfortable shoes – this is a working ranch and you’ll be walking through the desert to enjoy all that the ranch has to offer.

MORTIMER FARMS We love to visit Mortimer Farms in the cooler climes of Dewey, Arizona. This working farm has a fantastic Pumpkin Festival, and includes activities for older kids and grown-ups on Friday and Saturday evenings. Mortimer Farms not only has a real live corn maze, hay rides, and pumpkin patch, it also boasts a zipline, nightly barn dance, karaoke, pig races and an official “Pumpkin Chunkin’” competition! This Pumpkin Festival is

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worth the trip, and is a great way to cool off during our not quite cool yet Octobers in Phoenix. PIONEER LIVING HISTORY MUSEUM HARVEST FEST The Pioneer Living History Museum on I-17, just south of Anthem, is a great place to enjoy some fall festivities, and learn a little about Arizona history. The Pioneer Harvest Fest has a pumpkin patch, hay rides, gold panning, a BB Gun Range, crafts, games, food, live entertainment and more. You can enjoy the festival and visit the Pioneer Living History Museum village to see buildings restored from historic sites around the state. Check out their website for a full list of activities and see what special events are happening each weekend.

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pumpkin characters, Saguaro cacti and scarecrows, all artfully carved by Ray and his team. It will also feature several special events on different weekends, including instructional carving nights, costume contests, and weekly activities such as the “Adopt a Pumpkin” patch, pumpkin pie eating competition,

corn maze, face painting, arts and crafts, a new harvest market, food and a local craft beer garden. We can wait to see those delightful pumpkins and carvings first hand. These are just a handful of the many fun fall venues that you and your kids can enjoy in the Phoe-

nix area. Be sure to check out our Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival list for many more venues around the Valley and in Arizona, and watch Ladybug’s Blog for more ideas. Watch Ladybug’s Blog for more ideas at www.LadybugsBlog.com

TOLMACHOFF FARMS Right in the heart of Glendale, Tomachoff Farms is a real working farm and home to one of our favorite pumpkin patches to visit every year. The farm has a huge pumpkin patch, a mini corn maze for the little ones, and a haunted corn maze for bigger kids. They also have a great petting zoo, train ride, hay pyramid, corn box, adult and child pedal cart track, giant jumping pillow and much more. Tomachoff Farms is a great place to take your kids and hosts many field trips from schools around the valley. Go enjoy some shady trees, fresh air and pumpkin farm fun in the West Valley! CAREFREE ENCHANTED PUMPKIN GARDEN It’s hard to believe that the Enchanted Pumpkin Garden in Carefree, Arizona has free admission. The garden features beautiful, whimsical pumpkin carvings from master sculptor Ray Villafane and the Villafane Studios team. It is open to the public and woven throughout the four acre Carefree Desert Gardens – right on Easy Street in Carefree, Arizona. The Enchanted Pumpkin Garden invites visitors to see mischievous

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Pumpkin Patches & Fall Festivals Around Arizona

MACDONALD’S RANCH 26540 N Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85255-9343 480.585.0239 macdonaldsranch.com/pumpkin-patch. htm Admission: $10.00 Monday - Friday (Adults and Children, Kids 23 months and under free); $12.00 Saturday and Sunday (Adults and Children, Kids 23 months and under free) Special Note: Check their website for numerous offers and discounts available Dates: October 1 - October 31, Open 6 days a week, closed on Tuesdays Times: 9:00am to 5:00pm, Pumpkin Patch closes at 6:00PM MORTIMER FARMS Pumpkin Festival 12907 E. State Route 169 Dewey, AZ 86327 928-830-1116 mortimerfarmsaz.com/mortimer-farmspumpkin-festival Admission: $15.00 per person (Children 2 and under free) Dates: September 29 - October 29 Times: Noon to 9 pm Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Sunday and Columbus Day

PIONEER LIVING HISTORY MUSEUM HARVEST FEST 3901 W. Pioneer Road Phoenix, AZ 85086 623-465-1052 pioneeraz.org/harvest-fest Admission: $10 per Adult; $8 for Children Special Note: Check their website for offers and discounts available

Dates: October 14/15, 21/22, 28/29 Times: 9am to 4pm CAREFREE ENCHANTED PUMPKIN GARDEN 101 Easy Street Carefree AZ 85377 480.488.3686 carefreepumpkingarden.com Admission: Free Dates: October 20th – 29th Times: 10:00am to 9:00pm Daily

MOTHER NATURE’S FARM 1663 E. Baseline RD. Gilbert, AZ 85233-1542 480-892-5874 mothernaturesfarm.com Admission: $5.00 per Adult; $10.00 per Child (1 year and older) Dates: Daily Times: October Pumpkin Patch 9am to 9pm ROCKER 7 FARM PATCH 19601 W Broadway Rd. Buckeye, AZ 85326 623-208-8676 rocker7farmpatch.com Admission: $9.00 Friday, $10 Saturday and Sunday (children in diapers free) Dates: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, October 7-29, Friday Times: Fridays, 11am to 8pm; Saturdays, 9am to 8pm; Sundays, 11am to 5pm SCHNEPF FARMS PUMPKIN AND CHILI PARTY 24610 S. Rittenhouse Road Queen Creek, AZ 85142 480-987-3100

www.schnepffarms.com/event/pumpkinchili-party-2 Admission: $20 (Children 2 and under free) Special Note: Check their website for offers and discounts available Dates: Thursdays through Sundays, October 5-29 Times: Thursdays, 10am-9pm; Fridays & Saturdays, 10am-10pm; Sundays, 10am – 9pm VERTUCCIO FARMS FALL FESTIVAL 4011 S. Power Rd. Mesa, AZ 85212 480.882.1482 vertucciofarms.com/fall-festival/ Admission: Monday – Thursday, $9 per person (Children 2 and under free); Friday/Saturday/Sunday, $10 per person (Children 2 and under free) Dates: October 2nd – November 5th Times: Monday-Thursday, 9am – 9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am – 10pm; Sunday, 10am – 6pm GRAND CANYON RAILWAY PUMPKIN PATCH TRAIN 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd. Williams, AZ 86046 Phone: 928-635-4010 www.thetrain.com/special-events/thepumpkin-patch/ Admission: $26 for Adults, $21 for Children (make your reservations in advance!) Dates: Saturdays and Sundays, October 7-29 Times: Departure times 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm

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KIDS’ CORNER

NATIONAL PARKS AND MONUMENTS BETWEEN

THE GRAND CANYON AND PHOENIX By Jill “MamaBug” Frier

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ne of the most fascinating things about Arizona is the vast number of National Parks and Monuments in our state. There are spectacular views in every nook and cranny and so many places to see that you could travel for a year and not see the same thing twice. Officially, there are 22 National Park Service Units in Arizona. This translates to almost 12 million visitors and $1 Billion in economic impact for our state every year. The National Park Units include three National Parks (Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest, and Saguaro) and 13 National Monuments (Canyon de Chelly, Casa Grande Ruins, Chiricahua, Montezuma Castle, Navajo, Organ Pipe Cactus, Parashant, Pipe Spring, Sunset Crater Volcano, Tonto, Tuzigoot, Walnut Canyon and Wupatki). Here are some of the National Parks and Monuments that are easiest to reach when travelling between Phoenix and the Grand Canyon National Park, a must see for the Grand Canyon State. WUPATKI Wupatki National Monument is an amazing example of pre-historic Native American settlements in the Southwest. As their website poetically explains, “Nestled between the Painted Desert and ponderosa highlands of northern Arizona, Wupatki is a landscape of legacies. An-

cient pueblos dot red-rock outcroppings across miles of prairie. Where food and water seem impossible to find, people built pueblos, raised families, farmed, traded, and thrived. Today, if you linger and listen, earth and artifacts whisper their stories to us still.” A piece of desert history, beautifully captured in wellpreserved ruins that are now easily accessible to most visitors. SUNSET CRATER VOLCANO Want to know what it looks like after the volcano eruption cools? Want to walk next to a lava flow? Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument lets you do both. It gives you a view of fascinating geological formations that are the result of a volcano that erupted just 900 years ago. Beautiful views and fascinating geology reside just outside of Flagstaff – this is a great site to visit when heading to or from the wonders of the Grand Canyon. WALNUT CANYON Walnut Canyon National Monument is a beautiful place to visit the tall pines and take a hike among the ruins and cliff dwellings in the upper elevations of Northern Arizona. There are easy rim trails and more difficult trails down into the canyon. This is a great place to get out of the heat, see the high desert and stop on a road trip when travelling between Phoenix and Grand Canyon National Park. TUZIGOOT If you enjoy seeing the history of desert people in the southwest as much as Ladybug, you will definitely want to include Tuzigoot Na-

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4. ACCESSIBILITY How difficult is it to reach your office? Is is convenient for your employees and customers?

13. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Who is the landlord/property manager? Do they have the resources to respond to issues quickly?

5. CO-TENANCY Are any of your competitors in the same building? Could a risky business be housed next door?

14. IMAGE What does the building “say” about your company? Aesthetically, does it fit your image?

6. NEIGHBORING BUSINESSES Are there restaurants or convenience stores nearby for your employees to visit over their breaks?

15. PARKING What is the parking ration? Do you need covered parking? Executive parking?

7. AVAILABILITY If your team grows, does the building have any other suites available in which to expand?

16. TECHNOLOGY What are our technology requirements? Do you need high speed internet? Ethernet? Wifi?

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R E S I D E N T I A L

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highly paid executives to Phoenix. In addition, as the Arizona economy continues to grow, so do executive salaries. This means executives already living in the Valley are now making more money and are looking for a luxury upgrade in a home. New executives are also moving into town with the intent of purchasing luxury and higher-end homes.

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