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Christie Giannetto Al Uretsky Associate Editor Publisher & Sales Exec

Published by Estrella Publishing LLC, PO Box 6962, Goodyear AZ 85338. Additional copies and article reproductions can be obtained for a fee by contacting info@EstrellaPublishing.com Catherine Uretsky, Publisher and Editor 623.594.9283 info@EstrellaPublishing.com Al Uretsky, Publisher and Sales Executive 623.594.9283 info@EstrellaPublishing.com All contents © 2010-present day Estrella Publishing LLC. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in any form, in whole or part, without written permission from Estrella Publishing LLC is prohibited. Estrella Publishing accepts freelance contributions, there is no guarantee that materials will be used or returned. Some content is provided by Brandpointe. Estrella Publishing is not responsible for the views of contributing writers and assumes no responsibility for errors appearing within. Opinions expressed are those of the writers and not necessarily those of the Publisher or Advertisers. Estrella Publishing reserves the right to restrict all advertisement to their proper classification and to edit or reject any copy at its sole discretion. Neither this publication nor Estrella Publishing is an agent of or in any way affiliated with the associated Developer nor Homeowners Association, or any of their respective affiliates. This publication has not been approved by, sponsored by, or endorsed by the associated Developer nor Homeowners Association in any way.

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Welcome to your September edition! For everything and everyone in our lives, there is a season. Some seasons are long, some are short, but they tend to unfold as they should. When a season comes to an end, it is almost always as it’s meant to be. My season as a Marley Park resident has recently come to an end. We weren’t planning a move, but being in real estate, I’m sort of always considering it, and last month I came across a house that made my heart skip a beat. Our new house is in Surprise, located on a county island, and not part of an HOA. Thankfully, it’s only five minutes from Marley Park; just three miles west off Waddell Rd. The decision to move out of Marley Park was bittersweet, but David and I are still Marley Park homeowners with two rental properties in the neighborhood, so I plan to · Open every night from 5 pm to 1 am stay involved

in the community as I always have. I will still be facilitating The Front Porch Facebook group, editing The Front Porch Magazine, planning the monthly ladies’ night out at Vogue, and managing the Marley Park Community Cares Club. I’ll still be organizing the annual Thanksgiving community pot-luck, YES, organizing the annual Santa Photo event, and you’ll still be getting the annual Christmas ornament delivered to your front porch from our family. The past eight years living in Marley Park have been amazing. I will always be eternally grateful for our experience here and I look forward to maintaining the friendships and connections we’ve made within the community. After all, in the words of John Leonard, “It takes a long time to grow an old friend.” See you on The Front Porch!

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Twenty years ago, on September 11th, I was across the street from the World Trade Center, about to attend a programming course. I never got to take that course, but the course of my life was changed forever. As I looked up in horror at the buildings, I saw a man at a window with flames and smoke behind him. My heart sank as I watched him leap to his certain death. In that instant, I was shamed to my core at the choices I had been making in my life. You see, I was what you might call a ‘White Collar Junkie’. Cocaine and alcohol abuse were the seedy underbelly of what was a thinly veiled ‘normal’ life. I had a wife and son, a good job, and a house in the suburbs. It looked great from the outside, but it was a house of cards. In that instant, my heart was broken open and I swore to my Creator, as well as to that man, that I would change my life and become a positive influence in the world.

Kwon Do, right alongside my son Zack. The martial arts’ tenets of self-discipline, respect, perseverance, and indomitable spirit served me well in smashing my old lifestyle paradigm and building a new, more positive and life-affirming one. Sometime later I discovered the internal martial arts; Tai Chi in particular, which I continue to practice to this day. I’ve also begun teaching and helping others to break through their own versions of negative life paradigms. So, I’ve kept my oath to my Creator…and to that man. September 13th, 1955, was the day I was born, but September 11th, 2001, was the day I was reborn. Anyone would agree that the events of 9/11 were horribly negative, but for me, they were also excruciatingly and wonderfully enlightening because they broke me open and raised my awareness, forcing me to take a critical look at my behavior and ultimately helping me choose a path with heart and new growth. Submitted by John Leo | Marley Park Resident

When I left the city that day, I went to the dojang where my son was enrolled. Master Melella met me at the door; I broke down and said, “I need help”. “Come train with us sir; we’re here for you,” was his reply. I began training in Tae

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Home Sweet Home In the current sellers’ market, many homeowners wonder what, if anything, needs to be remodeled before they list their house. A trusted real estate professional can help you think through today’s market conditions and how they impact what you should – and shouldn’t – renovate before selling. With current supply challenges, buyers may be willing to take on projects of their own. A more balanced market typically sees a 6-month supply of homes for sale. Above that, and we’re in a buyers’ market. Below that, and we’re in a sellers’ market. According to a recent report by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), our current supply of homes for sale, while rising, remains solidly in sellers’ market territory; “Unsold inventory sits at a 2.6-month supply at the current sales pace, modestly up from May’s 2.5-month supply but down from 3.9 months in June 2020.” If you’re a seller trying to decide whether to renovate, this is especially important because it’s indicative of buyer behavior. When there aren’t enough homes for sale, buyers may be more willing to purchase a home that doesn’t meet all their needs and renovate it themselves later.

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You don’t want to spend time and money on a project that isn’t worth the cost. According to an article by Renofi.com, basing home updates on what’s trendy right now can be a costly mistake: “The last thing you as a homeowner want to do is center your home design around a passing fad – even worse, one that’s design quality won’t last.” Before making any decisions, talk to your real estate advisor. If you’ve already made upgrades this past year, your agent can help spotlight them. The pandemic kept people at home last year, and during that time, many homeowners completed some home improvement projects. Let your real estate professional know if you fall in this category. They can highlight any recent upgrades you’ve made in your home’s listing. When it comes to renovations, your return-oninvestment should be top of mind. Connect with your local real estate specialist today to talk through any upgrades you’ve already made and to find out what you should prioritize before you sell to maximize your home’s potential. Submitted by Christie Giannetto | REALTOR® | Arizona Lifestyle Team | HomeSmart

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Announcements Jackson Sven was born at 9:43 p.m. on July 21st, 2021, to Vanessa and Joseph Randall. He weighed in at 8lbs 9oz and was 21.5 inches long. He joins his older sister, Sophia, age 8. Welcome to Marley Park, Jackson!

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Walker Lee was born at 8:22 p.m. on August 1st, 2021, to Chris and Tatiana Stone. He weighed in at 8lbs 15oz and was 21.25 inches long. Welcome to Marley Park, Walker!

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Pet of the Month Winston and Wiley are lhasapoos, which is a mix of poodle and Lhasa Apso. Their birthdate is September 9, 2019. We found out our youngest son Cameron is extremely allergic to dogs that shed. We researched mixed breeds that won’t shed, and this was the breed we chose. Originally, we only planned on getting one pup. When we went to get a pup, we originally brought Winston home. Winston cried all night long because he had never been away from his brother. The next morning, we felt so bad for Winston that my husband went and picked up Wiley. Winston and Wiley are inseparable. They sit together, sleep together, and wrestle together. They must be in the same room as each other or they begin looking for each other. Their favorite past times are walks, being petted, and playing with their favorite toy (old socks). Their favorite treat is cubed ice. They can sit and fetch. Submitted by Lindsay Whitmer | Marley Park Resident

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Seasonal Update

If you’re new to Arizona, you might be surprised at the “lakes” that pop up in the neighborhood after a heavy rain, and you may hear people refer to the parks as “flooded.” These areas that collect water are by design and are called retention basins. In the Valley, stormwater runoff is transported by drains, streets, curbs, and open channels directly to retention basins and washes. Retention basins are effective for stormwater pollution removal and flood control and they double as expansive, often grassy, recreation areas during dry times. It’s one of the reasons our neighborhood has so many beautiful parks; many of them are also retention basins. After a summer monsoon, water-filled basins can be inviting places for children to play. Because stormwater is not treated, however, pollutants that get picked up by runoff end up in these basins, so it’s best to avoid swimming or playing directly in the water. The next time a monsoon rolls through, take a stroll on the Arbor Walk and enjoy your “waterfront property” in Arizona! Submitted by Christie Giannetto | Marley Park Homeowner Photo by Tonya Freeland | Marley Park Resident 12 Estrella Publishing - The Front Porch magazine

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Furry Friends

Welcoming a new cat or kitten into your home is an exciting event. However, like any new experience, it can feel daunting to prepare your home for your new furry family member. Now is the peak season for finding kittens and adult cats available for adoption, as it’s the height of the kitten season. And of course, there are always wonderful adult and senior cats in need of forever homes, all year round.

Cats make excellent pets, especially for those who live in apartments or other areas with limited green space, which would be needed for a dog. Cats are also an excellent option for those with limited mobility who are in need of companionship. If you are considering opening your home to a new cat, here are some tips to help make the transition easier - both for you and for them. 1. Prep your home ahead of time Before you go to pick up your new cat or kitten, make sure you’re all set up with the appropriate supplies. Here is a quick checklist of things to do

and buy: * Crate or carrier to safely bring home your new feline friend * Food dish and appropriate food for your kitten or adult cat * Water dish * Quiet area to set up food and water * Litter box, litter scoop and litter (if you have more than one cat, supply one box per cat so they have adequate space) * Cats are very curious, so remove breakables on shelves or tables that cats could access * Make sure you have no ductwork, HVAC registers or other holes that could be hazardous or cover them up. 2. Choose a “starting room” When you first introduce your cat to their new home, pick one room to isolate them for a few days so they can slowly get used to the new sights, sounds and smells of your home. It should be the same room where their litter box is kept, so they’ll know that location from the start. Make sure to supply your new furry friend with clean water and food. After a few days in the starting room, gradually open up more rooms of the house so your cat can explore. If you’re introducing them to other

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Kindness Matters

One small act of kindness can create a ripple.

Imagine if we all did one simple task to spread a little love to others. What would happen? Something as simple as saying “I love the color of your eyes” can make a positive impact. We all have the potential to make a difference in the lives of others! • Comment something encouraging on someone’s social media post. • Donate clothes that no longer fit you to a charity. • Give a genuine compliment. • Pay for someone’s coffee behind you in line. • Pick up litter at your local park. • Invite someone new to the neighborhood to hang out with you and your friends. • Surprise your neighbors with some baked goods. • Ask if you can pray for someone in need. • Leave a kind note on a stranger’s car.

• Make a “just because” call to someone you haven’t spoken to in a while. • Leave a bowl of water on your porch for stray cats and dogs. • Share your favorite bible verse. • Invite a stranger to your church. • Help an elder put groceries into their car. • Donate old blankets or towels to a dog shelter. Submitted by Riley LeBlanc, Age 15 Marley Park Resident

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After School

As most working American parents and students prepare to return to in-person work and school, after a year plus of remote work and virtual learning, it begs the question for parents: How prepared are you to handle not only back to school, but also back to after school? The impact felt from COVID-19 - whether it was a change in family dynamics of a parent or caretaker’s health, employment status or housing situation - were profound. This past year, youth were faced with limited peer and leader interactions due to virtual schooling, restricted extracurricular opportunities and minimal socialization. According to a survey conducted by Boys & Girls Clubs of America, 75% of parents report that after-school time actually causes as much or more stress than in-school time. On top of that, layer the emotional impact of COVID-19 and it makes for a nerve-wracking start to the school year. As we look to return to in-person learning, it’s

imperative that we understand the social and emotional development associated with the 2021-2022 school year. Boys & Girls Clubs of America, an expert in youth development, is determined to send kids and teens back to school better than ever and offers these tips to help take the stress out of back-to-school season for parents this year. Emphasize the importance of emotional development Thanks to a multi-year partnership with Kohl’s, Boys & Girls Clubs of America is implementing programming at Clubs nationwide to promote and empower social and emotional development. After a stressful school day, kids and teens need mentors and trusted adults they can turn to in order to feel supported and better learn to cope with any challenges that may have come up during the day. Working parents aren’t always readily available right after school to talk to their child, so utilizing affordable afterschool programs can alleviate stress for parents, knowing their child is with trained, trusted adults and mentors. Create a safe space Each day 11 million children and teens leave school with no place to go, increasing their risk of being unsupervised, unguided and unsafe in communities across the country, according to a 2014 Afterschool Alliance study. And, since juvenile crime escalates during the hours of 3-7 p.m. according to the U.S. Department of Justice, parents have cause for concern about how their children spend their time during these critical hours. Parents can stay focused at work and have peace of mind that their kids are safe and on a path to success when they know their child has arrangements for supervised, afterschool care with trustworthy adult leaders. Get active, get healthy Increased screen time, more snacking and fewer outdoor activities among kids and teens became prevalent during the pandemic. In 2017-

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List Price.....................$425,000 Sq Ft.....................................1,766 Lot Sq Ft ..............................7,287 Amenities .............................Pool

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ARIZONA September 2021

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The Front Porch  

The Front Porch is a free, monthly magazine produced by Estrella Publishing for the residents of Vistancia, Blackstone & Trilogy.

The Front Porch  

The Front Porch is a free, monthly magazine produced by Estrella Publishing for the residents of Vistancia, Blackstone & Trilogy.

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