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When Your House Becomes the ‘Big Top’ Dear Doreen, I feel like I am walking a tightrope! I am trying to balance my bills to keep my credit in good shape, but I am also thinking of short-selling my house which is $100,000 underwater. People keep telling me to stick it out but it’s getting harder every day! And I heard banks were allowing shortsales while staying current on your payment. But after talking with my bank, it seems they won’t budge. A little help over here? —Teetering


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Fish Tales Toastmasters Meeting Noon—1 p.m. Arizona Game & Fish Department 5000 W Carefree Hwy, Phoenix 623-236-7404



Rotary Club

7:15 a.m.—8:30 a.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr, Anthem 623-225-6342

At Ironwood Country Club.

Daisy Mountain Rock and Mineral Club

7 p.m.—9 p.m. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne 2825 W Rose Canyon Cir, Anthem 623-444-4634

A proven way to practice communication and leadership skills. There is no Guest speakers. Monthly field trips. instructor; instead, each speech and meeting is critiqued by a member focusing Guests welcome. on what was done right and what could be improved. Fish Tales Toastmasters serves COMMUNITY the communities of Anthem, Tramonto and Walk-Up Computer Assistance New River.


Kiwanis Club of New River

Noon New River Kiwanis Community Park 48606 N 17th Ave, New River 623-465-0726

Bereaved Parents Support Group 7 p.m. Center for Loss and Trauma 2525 W Carefree Hwy, #148, Phoenix 623-979-1000

Facilitator: Dr. Joanne Cacciatore.

Walk-Up Computer Assistance 7:30 p.m.—9 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000


Stop by to learn basic computer skills or explore career-related topics. Computer assistance sessions, GED information and individual topics concerning the use of a computer provided.

7:30 p.m.—9 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

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DVUSD: Early Release

Deer Valley Unified School District Schools 623-445-5000


Celebrate Recovery

11:30 a.m. Koina Cafe 42201 N 41st Dr, Phoenix 623-466-7964

Support for those struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups.

Don’t Miss!

Allied Waste Bulk Trash Pickup: Area 2

Bulk trash collection for Allied Waste customers. Place material at least 5 feet from any fixed object. Don’t put material on the street and don’t block the sidewalk. Placement begins Saturday, Dec. 8 for pickup Wednesday, Dec. 12.


Holiday Extravaganza

9 a.m.—12 p.m. Anthem Marketplace (Safeway Plaza) 3655 W Anthem Way #119, Anthem 480-422-7656

Storytelling, sing-along, hot chocolate and cookies with Mrs. Claus and the elves. Bring your camera for pictures with Santa. Crafts, cake walk, face painting, balloon animals, music and drawings. Receive a drawing ticket for each non-perishable food item donated. Brought to you by the Girl Scout Troop 2422.

Kid’s Games and Cards Program 10 a.m.—11:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

Learn to play Rummikub, Boggle, Cribbage and Hand & Foot, or bring your own games. Ages 10-14. Registration needed.

Parents Night Out

6 p.m.—10 p.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N Freedom Way 623-879-3011 $20

Night out for parents. Dinner, snacks, games and activities. Potty-trained children ages 3-5 and children kindergarten-seventh grade. Registration required.



Team Job Search Newcomers Welcome

5:30 p.m. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne

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2825 W Rose Canyon Cir, Phoenix 623-465-9740

Job finding support and welcome workshop. Everyone who needs a job is welcome. Visit St. Rose office to pickup instructions and kit.


Holiday Travel Options

1:30 p.m.—3 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy New River 602-652-3000

Learn how to enjoy Arizona, the USA and the world through online travel search engines.

Walk-Up Computer Assistance 3–4:30 p.m. and 7:30—9 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

[See Thursday’s listing.]


A gathering place for those wishing to knit, crochet, tat, macrame or work with fiber. Bring your projects, books, patterns, accomplishments and knowledge to share with others. Learn something new about your own craft or pick up another craft that you may be interested in.


Monday Night Football 5 p.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 W Anthem Club Dr 480-409-4817

Monday Night Football at Ironwood Grille. Bar food and drinks specials available as you watch the game. For Country Club residents.



ENTERTAINMENT ‘Ensemble Indigo’

1:30 p.m.—3 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, New River 602-652-3000

Holiday music from around the world with the Renaissance Quartet. Refreshments served. For the whole family.

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Holiday Shopping Online

10 a.m.—11:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

Get ready for holiday shopping. Explore safe, secure cost savings with your favorite brands to customize this season’s shopping list.

Made by Hand

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy, Phoenix

7 a.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N Freedom Way 623-551-0523

Business networking group in Anthem looking to grow businesses.


Public Safety Roundtable

2 p.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N Freedom Way 623-879-3011

Anthem residents encouraged to attend.

Social Media Savvy: Forming Your Own Personalized Social Media Strategy

6 p.m.—7:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

Find your place in today’s social media landscape though sites for all ages.

New River/Desert Hills Community Association Meeting Don’t Miss!

7:30 p.m. Crossroads Christian Fellowship Church 42425 N New River Rd, New River 602-432-2800

Public welcome.


Parkinson’s Support Group Meeting and Christmas Party 2 p.m. 3340 W Sousa Dr, Anthem 623-551-9726

Caregivers also encouraged to attend. Confirm by phone.

AA Women’s Meeting

5:30 p.m. Desert View Bible Church 105 W Carefree Hwy, Phoenix 602-697-4047


BCHS: Winter Choir Concert

7 p.m. Through Wednesday, Dec. 12 Boulder Creek High School 40404 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 623-445-8636 $4-$5



Business Network at Anthem 7 a.m. Hampton Inn 42415 N 41st Dr 623-465-7979

Visitors welcome.


It’s a Mobile World Out There 10 a.m.—11:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

Today’s mobile traveler uses immediate information on deals and pricing. Discover

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Books in the Afternoon

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N Gavilan Peak Pkwy 602-652-3000

Discuss “On Strike For Christmas” by Sheila Roberts. At Christmas time, it seems as though a woman’s work is never done. Trimming the tree, mailing the cards, schlepping to the mall, the endless wrapping - bah humbug. So

this year, Joy and Laura and the rest of their knitting group decide to go on strike. Pick up a copy of the book at the information desk. Registration required. Meeting Room.

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Holiday in the Park Cost $  29/Family of four ($5/Additional child) $15/Couple $9/Adult Free/Children under 1 Tickets can be purchased at Anthem Community Center or at the event. • Multi-cultural holiday craft activities • Carols led by Musical Theatre of Anthem • Anthem “Polar Express” rides • Hot chocolate and treats • Photos with Santa Info 623-879-3011

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6 p.m.—10 p.m. Through Monday, Jan. 7 The Phoenix Zoo 455 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix 602-273-1341 $7-$14

Music in motion light show features Wizards in Winter, by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra synchronized to 15,000 lights. A dozen 12-foot-tall floating light tubes, 26 dancing trees, 24-foot in diameter shimmering sphere, six 3D giant butterflies and a new full-range sound system. Ten-foot tall wizards create electric snow and overhead threads of lights from giant spider webs lead you to the hungry insects.



Reflections on Pearl Harbor 12:30 p.m.—1:30 p.m. Wesley Bolin Plaza 1700 W Washington St, Phoenix 602-926-3626 Free

The 70th memorial of the attack on Pearl

Harbor and the sinking of the Battleship Arizona.


Carefree Farmer's Market 9 a.m.—1 p.m. Carefree Sundial 101 Easy St, Cave Creek 602-919-9094 Free

Demonstrations by chefs from Valley restaurants. Accepts AZ Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers.



Car Guys Get Together

8 a.m.—10 a.m. Chihuahua's Chill Grill 34170 Old Black Canyon Hwy Black Canyon City 602-796-0687

Cars, coffee and car talk every Saturday.


Frances Smith Cohen's 'Snow Queen' 2 p.m. Through Sunday, Dec. 16 Herberger Theater Center 222 E Monroe St, Phoenix

602-252-8497 $9.50-$23.50

Center Dance Ensemble's retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen classic to music by Sergei Prokofiev.



8 p.m. Comerica Theatre 400 W Washington St, Phoenix 602-379-2888 $9.99-$149.99

American singer-songwriter Barry Manilow best known for his romantic and borderline saccharine songs.


The Buzz about Bees

1 p.m.—3 p.m. Hassayampa River Preserve 49614 U.S. 60, Wickenburg 928-684-2772 $3-$5; Free/Children under 13

Master Gardeners Mike Hills and Lee Ann Aronson discuss native bees, honey bees and the truth about African killer bees. Learn about the production of honey and how bees play a role in pollination of our global food supply. Reservations required.

MONDAY 12.10


'Spirit of the Season'

7 p.m. Herberger Theater Center 222 E Monroe St, Phoenix 602-252-8497 $15.50-$37.50

Holiday season music concert from jazz to classical with Jeffrey Hattrick and Nicole Pesce. Hosted by Center Dance Ensemble.

Barry Manilow continues to croon… at the Comerica Theater Sunday.

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An Irish Christmas in America

the Irish traditional group Tada.


7 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E Mayo Blvd, Phoenix 480-478-6000 $34.50-$38.50


North Valley Networking Group 9 a.m. Deer Valley Airport Restaurant

Family-friendly performance features Irish Phoenix Deer Valley Arprt-DVT, Phoenix and Scottish ballads, instrumental tunes 602-430-6915 and Irish dancing. Featuring members of Breakfast and business networking.


'The Addams Family' 7:30 p.m. ASU Gammage $25-$125

Musical comedy brings the darkly delirious world of Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley and Lurch to spooky life.

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7:30 p.m. Comerica Theatre 400 W Washington St, Phoenix 602-379-2888 $39-$69

Latin rock music.




'Circus Americana'

7 p.m. Herberger Theater Center 222 E Monroe St, Phoenix 602-252-8497 $24-$52

Where the industrial revolution meets a steam punk dance festival and pirates sword fight on trampoline ships.

'S Wonderful'

7:30 p.m. Through Wednesday, Jan. 2 Phoenix Theatre 100 E McDowell Rd, Phoenix 602-258-1974 $25-$80

Musical revue with songs by the Gershwin brothers including “I've Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” “Let's Call the Whole Thing Off,” “Our Love is Here to Stay.” Five mini-musicals inspired by episodes from the Gershwins' life, melodies from the 1920s in New York City, Paris in the 1930s, Hollywood in the 1940s, New Orleans in the 1950s and today.

'The Addams Family'

7:30 p.m. Through Saturday, Dec. 15 ASU Gammage $25-$125

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Polliwogin' Storytime

10 a.m.—11 a.m. Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 N Lava Ln, Cave Creek $6/Vehicle

Themed program set around a children's book which includes activities, songs, crafts and a short hike. Geared towards children ages 2-6. Wear sturdy shoes and dress appropriately for the weather. Meet at the Nature Center. io

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eople are meeting in parking lots all over town making deals from the trunk of their vehicle. It’s not what you think. It’s called “swip swapping.” And almost everyone seems to be doing it. “Swip~Swap Anthem” is a Facebook group that works like an online garage sale. Members of the group post items they would like to sell on the group’s wall, then other members of the group can comment

he Parking Lot. Bring Cash.’ Tips and Tricks for Swip Swapping • Search for the group: “Swip~Swap Anthem” on Facebook. It is a private group, so you will need to request membership. • When posting an item, include details and asking price. Keep the price less than retail. Things sell better when they are priced at half of retail cost. • Don't promote your own business. This is a non-commercial site. Promoting your business is bad manners. Nicole Gregg shops for clothes for her daughter at a Swip Swap sale in Arroyo Grande. PHOTO BY AMANDA NIEMERG

they would like to buy the item. Members schedule times and places to meet—in parking lots or each other’s homes. Rochelle Lamb started the group. “The idea of this page was inspired by a close friend in another state. It inspired me to create a page in Anthem, as this is a community built for families. I started with my Facebook friends and posted my own personal items.” The group has grown rapidly to more than 2,600 members.

• “ISO” is not a brand name. It means “in search of.” • Use the photo tab at the top of the page to look through photos of items being sold. Use the search box top right to type in keywords of items. • Scroll down the page. Items are posted frequently, newest at the top. Things get pushed down the page quickly. • Sell more than you spend. (This can be very difficult.) • Warning: It can be addicting. One minute, you’re posting an item to sell and the next, you’re buying a pair of Steve Maddens for $5 from the trunk of a car in the Fry’s lot.

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(From SWAP on Page 17)

Tracy Telesco is a member and recently held a Swip Swap rummage sale along with some friends at her home in Arroyo Grande. “We’re too far out here to attract people for a garage sale on weekends, so we invited all Swip Swap members to come shopping while their kids are at school.” “I buy more than I sell, but my husband is just as bad,” admitted Nicole Gregg. She likes shopping for children’s clothing. “They wear uniforms to school, so I save a lot of money on their play clothes by shopping on Swip Swap.” Children’s clothing, toys and books are common items bought and sold in the group. “I bought my children’s Christmas presents from sellers on Swip Swap,” Jodi Denoyer said. “My daughter outgrew her kitchen set, so I sold it and then bought a new, more ageappropriate one for her.” With the holidays approaching and many on slim budgets, Swip Swap provides an alternative to retail. Many sell iPods or gaming systems before upgrading to the latest and greatest. It’s also a way to recycle goods within the community instead of sending them to a landfill, or letting them accumulate in the garage. “By using this site, individuals are able to reduce their spending on actual consumer needs. The concept of upcycle has been restored as we all feel the effects of our current economic status. I wish a site like this was available during my son’s earlier years,” Lamb said. io 18 |


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Fresh-cut Tree in the Desert PHOTO BY DICK BUSCHER


family outing to find and cut the perfect—or even less-than-perfect— Christmas tree creates one of those special lifelong memories (and makes a great backdrop for holiday pictures). Such an experience isn’t too easily had among the saguaros in our Sonoran Desert. But with a relatively short drive to the Arizona Christmas Tree Farm in Flagstaff, your family can find and cut down your own tree and make it the centerpiece for your holiday decorations. The Arizona Christmas Tree Farm is a four-acre living Christmas tree lot along the fairway of the Flagstaff Country Club. Owned and operated by Darrell Norman, this farm was first planted shortly after the turn of

the century with 11,000 1-foot Colorado blue spruce saplings in the rich volcanic soil. The first trees were tall enough to sell in 2006. More than 5,000 trees remain, ranging in size from 3 to 20 feet and sell for $10 per foot. Many are partially decorated with their own pinecones. The Colorado blue spruce is the classic choice for a Christmas tree because of its slender, pyramidal shape. In nature, it can grow to 60 feet and spread from 10 to 20 feet at the base. Cutting your own tree means it will remain fresh throughout the holiday season. Another advantage to choosing the Arizona Christmas Tree Farm as your source: No permits

are necessary. Norman and his crew will even provide the saw. So pack up the family and get out to the Arizona Christmas Tree Farm in Flagstaff to make your own special 2012 Christmas memories. io IF YOU GO

Arizona Christmas Tree Farm

3101 Country Club Dr. Flagstaff Getting There Take 1-17 North to Flagstaff merging right onto I-40 at Exit 340A/ Albuquerque. Travel 5.6 miles to Exit 201, turning right on Country Club Drive. Travel 1.5 miles to the Arizona Christmas Tree Farm on the right, 118 miles from Anthem. Price $10/foot Hours Everyday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Info 928-890-8437

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Jaguars go to Nationals as Wild Card

First row from left, (seated): Turner Harker, Jaden Henderson, Joshua Van Gysel, Mason Osborn, Conner Lewis, Vincent Capasso III. Second row from left, (kneeling): Brian Hubbard, Brandon Quint, Brandon Udall, Daniel Prickett, Kyle Davie, Dilan Cole. Third row from left, (standing): Chase Arneson, Caden Salmen, Blake Seaton, Dalton Booth, Reed Butorac. Coaches: Andre Cole, Matt Carolan, Jason Lewis, John Osborn. Not Pictured: Coach Justin Diede, Coach Jim Henderson, Coach Don Seaton, Daniel Carolan. By Amanda Niemerg


y definition, it’s a rare occurrence that a youth football club gets the chance to compete at championship level, so it’s no wonder the Anthem Jaguars’ trip to the American Youth Football National Championship in Kissimmee, Fla. has the local sports community giddy. The team of 9- and 10-year-olds won the wild-card bid and will be one of eight teams in the country making the trip.

chance to go with the wild card. There are 130 teams across the country and they chose us!” Coach Matt Carolan said. Carolan said all 18 players are going to the championship with a lot of family members joining them. The cost of the trip is posing a strain on some families.

“Many families are having to make some difficult decisions to make this possible, such as explaining to their children that they shouldn’t expect as many presents, or choosing to finance the trip over the next several months or “We lost in the semi-finals against the taking money from retirement funds…” Chandler Bears 13-6 and were told we said Sandy Seaton, the team’s business were out. Then we got the call less than manager. two weeks ago that we got a second (See JAGUARS on Page 22) 20 |


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Proposed projects include improvements to the amphitheater in the Community Park.


Council Inches Forward on Quality-of-life Projects


efore renovation has even begun on its newly acquired building on Anthem Way, the Anthem Community Council authorized a proposal to commission designs on several qualityof-life projects identified in the CIMP and Swaback reports. At its Nov. 28 meeting, Council agreed to spend $32,500 with a landscape architectural firm for cost evaluation and conceptual design on six projects recommended by the Planning and Development Committee: 1) A  west-side park with multi-use soccer fields on 8 to 10 acres of land at 46th Lane and Opportunity Way. 2) Improvements to the amphitheater. 3) I mprovements to Liberty Bell Park’s three-acre open area. 4) An off-leash dog park. 5) I ndoor racquetball courts built on to the Community Center (which could double as multi-purpose space when not in use). 6) N  ew outdoor space for horseshoes, bocce ball and shuffleboard

Community Operations Officer Neal Shearer said the projects had been categorized into three tiers. Tier I encompasses projects that could feasibly be completed within five years. Tier II is projects for future consideration beyond five years. Tier III designates large scale projects requiring joint funding and partnerships. All of the six projects except the racquetball courts, were designated Tier I. Council President Craig Boates said, “I’m a little concerned that the Liberty Bell Park upgrade idea is not very well defined…. What if we are given a grandiose plan that’s not in our budget?” Shearer said there’s been some discussion about improving the Liberty Bell sports fields, or letting it serve as an outdoor game site, or a possible dog park. Environmental Planning Group will begin site assessments, preliminary design renderings, and cost evaluations on the six projects. A preliminary report is expected to come before the ACC Board in January. io

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Business owners and individuals can help the Jaguars make the championship trip with a tax-deductible donation of any size. Contact the team’s business manager at seatonaz@

playing the final Thursday to decide the national champion. The Anthem Jaguars will join the Chandler Bears representing Arizona.

(From JAGUARS on Page 20)

A couple players will be traveling with coach chaperones as their family members can’t make the trip, according to Seaton.

“We won’t play them unless we both end up in the championship game,” Carolan said. “But if we do face them in that game, we will do it with smiles on our faces.”

Amy Osborn’s 10-year-old Mason plays linebacker for the Jaguars. “Mason is ecstatic. You know, when you’re at practice five days a week in 110-degree heat, you never dream you’ll be going to the championship in December. These kids never complain, they work hard and they play their hearts out and now they’re being rewarded.”

“I told Mason ‘I want you to go out there and play hard, but have fun. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity,” Osborn said. AYF will host a party for the players and their families at Universal Studios Thursday night. Go Jaguars! io

All eight teams will play in the series beginning Sunday Dec. 2, with the best two

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Weekly resale activity in Anthem, excluding new builds: Week Ending ... Homes Sold Under Contract Listed for Sale

Oct 29 10 142 185

Nov 5 16 143 184

Nov 12 12 144 190

Nov 26 19 131 185

Nov 19 19 134 194

Real estate data provided by D.L. Jones & Associates. Contact Dennis Jones at 602-909-2845

For the most recent week, sales of bank-owned homes: 1 Short sales (sold for less than what was owed): 2

Homes Sold: Monthly 140

Oct. 2012: 70


Price Per Square Foot

Country Club, Oct. 2012: $119


Parkside, Oct. 2012: $96








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NOTE: Weekly fluctuations in price per sq. ft. can reflect quality of homes and lots and do not necessarily indicate long-term trends.

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