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IN&OUT THURSDAY, JULY 19, 2012

EVERYTHING THAT’S GOING ON

ANTHEM • DESERT HILLS • NEW RIVER • TRAMONTO

Brian Moore, Jr.

FIGHT They’ve got

Ashley Moore

Page 14.

Three extraordinary young people who will inspire you.

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Business Network of Anthem • Absolute Professionals Window Cleaning

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ASK DOREEN

The Resale Value of Remodels Dear Doreen, It looks like the worst is over in the Anthem housing market— at least that’s the word in my neighborhood! We love our home and this community and don’t want to sell, but believe it is the right time to remodel. It’s going to be a costly project and wondering if we’ll get our investment back when we sell. —Remodeling Dear Remodeling, “We’ll get it back when we sell” is a common phrase that is not always true. For example: • Adding a steel security door? You’ll likely get that back. • Mega-master suite addition costing more than the average home: Not so much.

“Remodeling” magazine looks at the hottest upgrades and renovations of the year and calculates how much owners recoup when they sell. Upkeep is more popular than upgrades these days, says Sal Alfano, editorial director for “Remodeling.” In the Southwest, a pool helps your home sell—but the return on that renovation is as low as 50 percent. What brings the lowest return when you plant that “for sale” sign? High-dollar, high-end or highly personalized add-ons, like a tricked-out garage, or home office designed specifically for your sewing business. —Doreen

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7 THIS WEEK IN The Neighborhood

11 THIS WEEK OUT of the Neighborhood

14 COVER STORY THEY’VE GOT FIGHT Visualizing Greatness Living the Dream Learning From Youth

21 CORNERSTONES Life, Head First

23 SNAPSHOT

While In&Out strives to provide the most accurate, current information, we recommend contacting the appropriate source prior to acting on any listing. Events and advertisements are published at Publisher’s discretion. Opinions expressed by contributors, readers and respondents are not necessarily those of the Publisher. COPYRIGHT 2012. All Rights Reserved.

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How Dive Coach Jeff Kunselman gives life lessons from poolside. Page 22.

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24 IN MEMORIAM 25 CLASSIFIEDS 28 REAL ESTATE WATCH


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IN THIS WEEK

CLUBS

Rotary Club

7:15–8:30 a.m. Ironwood Country Club in Anthem 41551 N. Anthem Hills Drive 623-742-6210

Dress in your best 80s clothing and watch movies from the 80s. Ages 12–17. Pizza, snacks and drinks included.

SUNDAY 7.22

COMMUNITY

Info: 623-225-6342 or anthemrotary.org. Introduction To Social Networking

COMMUNITY

Celebrate Recovery

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

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THURSDAY 7.19

Step Back in Time

6–9:30 p.m. Pioneer Living History Village 3901 W. Pioneer Road, Phoenix 623-465-1052, pioneeraz.org $4/Person or $12/4 persons

Weekly Thursday–Saturday. Wild West show, pan for gold, animals and more. Gunfights at 7:30 p.m.

CLUBS

Kiwanis Club of New River

7 p.m. New River Kiwanis Community Park 48606 N. 17th Ave., New River 623-465-0726

COMMUNITY

Summer Family Story Time 10 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Books, songs, finger plays and activities for the entire family.

Made by Hand

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Knit, crochet, tat, macrame or other craft. Bring your own supplies.

KID STUFF

Phoenix Tarantula Rescue Visit 1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Learn about and see some live tarantulas. Ages 6–12.

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FRIDAY 7.20

Young Rembrandts Drawing Class Pioneer Living History Village 3901 W. Pioneer Road, Phoenix 623-465-1052, pioneeraz.org $15/One child and one adult

Western and Southwestern-themed. Ages 4–6 from 9:30–10:30 a.m. Ages 6–12 from 10:45–11:45 a.m. Cost includes admission to village. Registration required. Info: youngrembrandts.com.

6:30 p.m. Koina Cafe 42201 N. 41st Drive, Suite 100 623-466-7964, koinacafe.com Free

Support for individuals struggling with hurts, habits and hang-ups. Info: Crossroads Church, thecrossroadsaz. com or 623-466-7964.

Bingo!

7 p.m. Outlets at Anthem 4250 W. Anthem Way, Suite 845 623-465-9500, outletsanthem.com $2–$15

Early bingo starts at 6:30 p.m. Discount coupons distributed at half time. Info: Daisy Mountain Veterans, 623-551-9805.

FOOD & DRINK Live Music

8–11 a.m. Ocho Locos Mexican Restaurant 3655 W. Anthem Way, Suite D105 623-551-8580 No cover

Acoustic-style performances from different artists and genres.

Reverse Happy Hour

9 p.m.–midnight Wild Vines 41111 N Daisy Mountain Dr., Suite 117 623-465-0010, wildvines.net No cover

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SATURDAY 7.21

‘The Aristocats’

3 p.m.; 7 p.m. Safeway Shopping Plaza 3655 W. Anthem Way, Suite B-119 $12–$15

Disney classic. Info: Starlight Community Theater, starlightcommunitytheater.org.

FOOD & DRINK Live Music

7–10 p.m. Wild Vines 41111 N Daisy Mountain Dr., Suite 117 623-465-0010, wildvines.net No cover

Different musicians perform each week.

KID STUFF

80s Movie Marathon

8 p.m.–midnight Anthem Community Center 41130 N. Freedom Way 623-879-3011, onlineatanthem.com $10

1:30–3 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Learn how to set up Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts for business or personal use. Registration required.

Walk-Up Computer Instruction 3–4:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Learn basic computer skills and explore career-related topics.

FOOD & DRINK

Bloody Mary Bar

10 a.m.–2 p.m. Wild Vines 41111 N Daisy Mountain Dr., Suite 117 623-465-0010, wildvines.net No cover

Omelets, select menu items and full bar available.

KID STUFF

Sunday Funday

8:30–10 a.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N. Freedom Way 623-879-3011, onlineatanthem.com $5

Early access to the waterpark. Breakfast served. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required.

MONDAY 7.23

COMMUNITY

Online Job Searching

10–11:30 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Learn about job research, preparation, assessments, networking, job sites and more. Registration required.

Team Job Search

5:30 p.m. St. Rose Philippine Duchesne 2825 W. Rose Canyon Circle 623-465-9740

CORRECTION

The admission price for Step Back in Time at Pioneer Village Museum printed incorrectly in previous issues. The correct price is $4 per person or $12 for a party of four. JULY 19, 2012 |

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Free

Job finding support and welcome workshop. Everyone who needs a job is welcome. Visit St. Rose office to pickup instructions and kit. Info: teamjobsearch@cox.net.

Classic Film Series: ‘The Big Sleep’ 6 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Watch classic film starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and discuss with Jeanne Berg, film critic. Popcorn and soda served. Registration required.

CLUBS

TUESDAY 7.24

PBA

7 a.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N. Freedom Way 623-879-3011, onlineatanthem.com

Business networking group in Anthem looking to grow businesses. Info: 623-551-0523 or pbanthem.com.

COMMUNITY

Your Computer and You

6–7:30 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Information and assistance on purchasing a computer, Internet security, setting up email and Facebook accounts. Registration required.

FOOD & DRINK

Summer Kids Days


10 a.m.–noon Peter Piper Pizza 2611 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix 623-215-0077, peterpiperpizza.com $4.99

Includes two slices of pizza, drink, five tokens and craft.

KID STUFF

Flashlight Books

5–7 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Reading advisors talk about reading choices for the summer.

2012 Summer Olympics

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Participate in summer olympic sports such as archery, badminton and basketball. Snacks and medals awarded. Ages 8–12. Registration required.

CLUBS

WEDNESDAY 7.25

Business Network at Anthem 7 a.m. Hampton Inn 42415 N. 41st Drive

Visitors welcome. Info: bnaonline.com.

Lion’s Club Meeting

7 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Info: 623-476-5016 or e-clubhouse.org/sites/anthem.

COMMUNITY

Anthem Country Club: Fence Painting

Iron fences repainted in Oakhurst Park neighborhood. Remove obstructions and restrain pets during process. Info: onlineatanthem.com.

Anthem Community Council Board of Directors Meeting

6:30 p.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 N. Freedom Way 623-879-3011, onlineatanthem.com

All Anthem residents encouraged to attend.

KID STUFF

Music Concert With Chuck Cheesman 10 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Singer performs children’s songs to celebrate the end of the Summer Reading Program. Treat after show. Info: dancingwithnoshoeson.com.

Storytelling With Matthew Hall 2 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000, mcldaz.org

Sing-along songs and story-telling with the author of “Phoebe and Chub.” Ages 4 and up. io JULY 19, 2012 |

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OUT OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD

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THURSDAY 7.19

Free Yoga/Concert Series

6:30–9 p.m. Civic Space Park 424 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-262-7424, phoenix.gov/parks

Free yoga class, bring your own mat. Live concert at 7:30 p.m., bring your blanket or chair.

'Hot!'

Noon Herberger Theater Center 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-252-8497, herbergertheater.org $6

New York cabaret with Shana Bousard. (TML Arts.)

Ultimate Dark Knight Marathon 6 p.m. Harkins Norterra 14 2550 W. Happy Valley Road, Phoenix 623-582-2020 harkinstheatres.com $20

Features “Batman Begins,” “The Dark Knight” and midnight premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises.” Giveaways, free popcorn and lanyard.

'Stop Making Sense'

7:30 p.m. Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art 7374 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale 480-994-2787, smoca.org $7

Celebration of music fueled by the polyrhythmic pop-funk precision from the musical group Talking Heads. (No Festival Required.)

COMMUNITY

Fish Tales Toastmasters Meeting Noon–1 p.m. Arizona Game and Fish Headquarters 5000 W. Carefree Hwy., Phoenix 602-942-3000 Free for guests

Organization fosters self-confidence and personal growth to create confident leaders in a mutually supportive and positive learning environment. Visitors welcome. Info: Toastmasters International, 623-236-7404, 602-540-1200 or fishtalestm.org.

FOOD & DRINK

Glendale Summer Evenings 8 p.m.

Murphy Park 7010 N. 59th Ave., Glendale Free

Marches, ballads and show tunes performed by the Glendale Summer Band. Bring a chair or blanket. Food and drinks available for purchase. Info: 623-930-2299 or glendaleaz.com.

KID STUFF

'Old Macdonald'

10 a.m. Through Sunday, Aug. 5 Great Arizona Puppet Theater 302 W. Latham St., Phoenix 602-262-2050 azpuppets.org $5–$8

performs soulful jazz music with special guests, Marion Meadows and Dominic Amato. Reservations required.

KID STUFF

Bug Theater

7:30–8:30 p.m. Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 N. Lava Lane, Cave Creek 623-465-0431 sarahsteele@mail.maricopa.gov $6/Vehicle

Presentation about various types of insects and spiders of the desert followed by a creation of a movie screen of bugs. Bring a flashlight.

'Old Macdonald'

10 a.m. Great Arizona Puppet Theater

[See Thursday's listing]

SHOPPING

Farmer's Market

8:30–11:30 a.m. Downtown Carefree East Street and Ho Hum Way, Cave Creek carefree.org

Fresh produce and locally made items. Info: 623-848-1234 or arizonafarmersmarkets.com.

SATURDAY 7.21

Famous farmer and his animals make toddler-friendly music.

A&E

OUTDOORS

9 a.m.–6 p.m. Through Sunday, July 22 Foxglenn Park 4200 E. Butler Ave., Flagstaff 928-213-2300 $4–$15/1 day; $6–$22/Both days

Flashlight Tour

7–9 p.m. Desert Botanical Garden 1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix 480-941-1225 dbg.org $8–$18; Free/Children 2 and under

Self-paced stroll with 10 different discovery stations to experience native plants and animals.

Rattlesnakes of America

11 a.m.–noon Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road, Peoria 602-372-7460 $6/Vehicle

Learn about these reptiles and observe a feeding.

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FRIDAY 7.20

Arizona Highland Celtic Festival

Celtic entertainment, competitions, kid's corner, displays, reenactments, workshops and more. Info: 928-556-3161 or nachs.info.

Williamson Valley FD Arts and Crafts Show 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Through Sunday, July 22 Courthouse Plaza 120 E. Cortez St., Prescott 928-771-3300 Free

Crafts, artwork, metals works, leather creations and more for sale. Info: prescottdowntown.com.

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CLUBS

Ranchera-style Latin music.

8–10 a.m. Chihuahua's Chill Grill 34170 S. Old Black Canyon Highway, Black Canyon City 602-796-0687

8 p.m. U.S. Airways Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800, usairwayscenter.com $65–$225

FOOD & DRINK

Dinner and Live Music

7–10 p.m. Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain 5700 E. McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley 480-607-2300, sanctuaryaz.com No cover

At Elements Restaurant. Khani Cole

Car Guys Get Together

Enjoy cars, coffee and car talk every Saturday.

FOOD & DRINK Italian Night

5 p.m. Arcosanti HC 74 Box 4136, Mayer 928-632-7135 JULY 19, 2012 |

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arcosanti.org $40/Dinner and concert; $20/Concert only

Tour, Italian dinner and music performed by Jayne Casselman, opera singer, and Linda Haeseler, piano accompanist. Reservations required.

KID STUFF

Warrior Night

5:30–9 p.m. North Valley Gymnastics 20815 N. 28th St., Phoenix 602-404-3547 northvalleygymnastics.com $20–$25

Warrior games, feats of strength and warrior face painting for boys ages 6–17. Early registration includes dinner.

Winter In July

Over 200 tons of snow. Snowball targets, water play area, games and dancing with Radio Disney. Watch the animals receive snow and ice treats.

OUTDOORS

Venomous Creatures

10–11 a.m. Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 N. Lava Lane (Off 32nd Street), Cave Creek 623-465-0431 sarahsteele@mail.maricopa.gov $6/Vehicle

Learn about venomous creatures you might find in the Valley.

Flashlight Tour

7–9 p.m. Desert Botanical Garden

[See Thursday's listing]

Hiking Spots Around the Lake

11 a.m.–1 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road, Peoria 602-372-7460 $6/Vehicle

Learn about the many hiking spots available.

SHOPPING

Farmer's Market

7–11 a.m. Roadrunner Park 3502 E. Cactus Road, Phoenix 602-262-6696

Fresh produce. Info: 623-848-1234 or arizonafarmersmarkets.com.

Christmas in July

10 a.m.–4 p.m. Glendale Visitor Center 5800 W. Glenn Drive, Suite 140, Glendale 623-930-4500 visitglendale.com Free

Includes map, coupons and gift bag (for first 300 visitors) for some holiday shopping. Santa visits and holiday treats. Accepting school supply donations which

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SUNDAY 7.22

'The Hormel New Works Festival' Phoenix Theatre 100 E. McDowell Road, Phoenix 602-258-1974 phxtheatre.org $10/Each performance

Variety of staged readings, sit down readings and short plays including six new works. Check online for performance dates and times.

Arizona Highland Celtic Festival 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Foxglenn Park

[See Saturday's listing]

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Popular children's show characters live in concert.

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Local amateur comedians perform. Must be 21 years or older.

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Williamson Valley FD Arts and Crafts Show

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Breakfast and networking with other area businesses.

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'Bardball and Other Players'

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Comedy that follows that wild pitch on a nostalgic flashback to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball league of the 40s and 50s to a rehearsal hall full of lovesick actors and sports fans. (Friendly People Productions.)

A Celebration: The Wiggles! 6:30 p.m. Comerica Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888

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With Barenaked Ladies, Blues Traveler, Big Head Todd and the Monsters and Cracker.

Leipzig Quartet

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String quartet performs chamber music from Mozart to Cage to the complete works of Brahms.

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C O V E R S T O R Y: They’ve Got Fight

Visualizing

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Kylie McKenzie spends more time at the USTA Training Center in California chasing her dream, than at home in Anthem. By Brad Wood bwood@inandoutaz.com

M

ost great athletes will tell you visualization is one of the keys to success. They picture themselves executing the precise moves necessary to win big. The really great ones see it… and believe it. Anthem’s Kylie McKenzie understands the power of seeing and believing. At just 13, she pictures herself as the world’s best in tennis. “I want to be top in the world: Win Grand Slams and play in the Olympics for the U.S.,” Kylie said enthusiastically. Kylie has the credentials to know her dream has real potential to become reality. At 12, she finished 10th in the nation for her age group. Six months ago, she was invited by top coaches to the U.S. Tennis Association Training Center in California. She’s there because it’s believed she could

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be ranked in the Women’s Tennis Association top 100 players someday. “I was really excited because training there is so fun. It’s so different, so exciting,” said Kylie.

Dad’s Doing Kylie started playing tennis at age 4. Her father Mark began playing when he was 9. “I thought it would be a great sport for her,” said Mark. “I’m very proud.” What started as father-daughter fun turned into quite the challenging life. The invitation to the USTA Training Center means Kylie trains in California six to seven hours a day, one to two weeks at a time. She comes home to Anthem on weekends. The arrangement necessitates home schooling. Fortunately, Kylie excels in academics just as she does on the court.


Big Opportunity. Big Change at Home. While the Training Center is certainly an exciting opportunity, Kylie is clearly missed at home. “It’s been real tough,” said Mark. “It’s changed the whole dynamic of the household,” added Kylie’s mom, Kathleen. For Kylie, the change is, of course, huge, but she finds comfort in knowing her family has her back. “They are always there for me. They are always helping me with tennis and school. I still get to come home on weekends to hang out and play with my brother and sister,” she said. California side, Kylie has a circle of support at the Training Center with coaches and some of the top tennis players in the country. “You’re with them every day. You’re interested in the same things and you have the same goals. It’s fun,” she said. Barring injuries, Kylie’s tennis future is bright. At a minimum, colleges will be begging for a student with her skill sets. When you talk to Kylie and her family though, it’s clear there is a sense of measure, a sense of level-headedness about where this may or may not lead. “We’re all hoping for the same thing,” said Kathleen. “We take each day, each week as it comes.” And with each step, Kathleen wants Kylie to achieve something else. “My biggest hope for her now as she works toward her final goal is to find balance in her training, school, friends and family life.” It’s clear Kylie’s feet are firmly planted on the ground; It’s understandable, even enviable to know her dreams aren’t. She’s visualizing a future as big as her 90 mphplus serve. “Sometimes I imagine myself playing and doing well. And it’s just amazing when you think about it that you can do that.” io

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Brian Moore Sr., Brian Moore Jr., Katie Moore, Kevin Moore and Julie Moore at the Olympic trials in Omaha, Neb.

Living

By Brad Wood bwood@inandoutaz.com

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dmit it! You’ve dreamt of Olympic glory. You see yourself perched on the podium with an Olympic medal being lowered around your neck. For most, that dream is just a happy little moment in “Imaginationland.” For Brian Moore Jr., that dream is vibrant and alive.

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The Desert Hills teen is just back from the Olympic trials in Omaha, Neb., where he competed in the 200- and 400-meter freestyle against swimmers four and five years older. “I didn’t swim as well as I had hoped, but I learned a lot of things,” said Moore without a hint of disappointment. What we hear instead is a young man taking the longer view, aiming for the Olympics in 2016. “I gained a lot of experience from that meet that will help me in 2016 when it really matters.”


the Dream Life as an Olympic Hopeful

Moore is one busy 19-year-old. The Eastern Michigan University student juggles a college career and a swimming career. Add that to that he also has the social life of… well… a 19-year-old. “You find yourself falling asleep in class a lot,” he admitted, smiling. “When you are out swimming, you’re hungry and tired all the time.” OK, parents. I know. You’re probably wincing right now. But relax. This wonder kid earned a 3.6 GPA last semester. Swimming has become a linchpin for Moore’s family. His brother Kevin and sister Katie also swim and the three share strategy and advice. When it comes to his parents, Brian Sr. and Julie, you can hear the gratitude in junior’s voice. “The support they give me is unbelievable,” said Moore. “They are my number one fans.”

Moore, Jr. on starting block 3 at the U.S. Olympic trials.

Moore’s race times, as expected, are phenomenal. But it’s the moments when he pressed through big odds that make the swimmer beam. As a BCHS Jaguar, Moore was injured twice: He broke an ankle and wrist as a sophomore; dislocated a kneecap as a junior. “I overcame a lot of adversity,” he said simply. It seems countless hours looking at the bottom of a pool while swimming laps has taught Moore a lot about life. He’s learned early on how to take the long view. “What I do today is going to affect me three months from now when I want to swim that meet. It makes me take a long-term perspective at things and has given me a self discipline that I will take with me the rest of my life.” And, if all goes well, to the Olympic games in 2016. io

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ur world could benefit as much by learning from children, as it does by trying to teach them. The story of Ashley Moore brings that point to bear. By the time you read this, I will have turned 50. I won’t deny, I’ve spent a good amount of time brooding about my life’s lack of significance, my thinning hair, my weakening back. On the same day, Ashley will have turned 13 and, having already done battle with Herculean versions of my petty complaints, she will have likely been ecstatic with a visit from a few good friends, and a couple spoons of delicious chocolate cake and ice cream. If you haven’t seen the posters around town, Ashley has, in the last year-and-a-half, navigated challenges beyond the scope of what most will face in a lifetime. The Canyon Springs middle-schooler


Learning from Youth

first noticed back and neck pains in October 2010. The pain came and went for a few months until it became acute and her vision was severely impaired. A visit to urgent care landed her at John C. Lincoln Hospital for a CT scan where a tumor was confirmed. Emergency surgery removed most of the tumor, but a portion that reached down into her brain stem was inoperable. Chemo and radiation therapy proved ineffective as the tumor showed growth within the brain stem. Despite a new strategy in chemo treatments, the cancer continued its sinister progress. Another emergency surgery performed in February hasn’t thwarted the cancer’s progress.

…As Ashley Moore turns 13.

and determination that leaves those around her in awe. Another trip to the hospital came when despite the great physical challenges, Ashley, reluctant to disturb her mother, was determined to get herself out of bed. The effort, Ashley has lost the ability to walk unsuccessful, resulted in a helicopter and to talk, and no longer feels anything trip to the emergency room. But Ashley on her right side. But the young girl continues to fight, joining her family at demonstrates a strength of spirit the dinner table—feeding herself soft foods and fluids.

HOW TO HELP

If you would like to make a donation to Ashley Moore… By Check Make payable to We Care at Anthem for deposit at MidFirst Bank Account No. 2033006652.  By Paypal Send to WECARE@gosfm.com Note “For Ashley Moore” in the description field. Fundraisers Keep an eye out for community events in the coming weeks. Facebook Like Ashley’s page “Do Moore for a Cure,” and follow her progress.

Her Facebook page (search “Do Moore for a Cure”) features a picture of Ashley with friends at the Independence Day celebration. The caption reads: “Nor rain, nor hail, nor sleet, nor cancer can keep Ashley down. She enjoyed fireworks at the Anthem park with the community, her family and friends— even giving us a thumbs-up.” It was clearly a challenge for her to make it to the celebration in the midst of such aggressive medical treatment, but at 13, Ashley Moore knows the value of simple pleasures. A friend of the family called Ashley “a model of strength, enthusiasm and beauty.” Thanks for the life lesson, Ashley. And happy birthday. io JULY 19, 2012 |

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C O R N E R S T O N E S | BY BRAD WOOD

LIFE, HEAD FIRST

PHOTO BY BRAD WOOD

W

e all have one; A person who made a definable difference in our life. It may have been a best friend, an English teacher, or someone who mentored you to believe in yourself, to reach higher. The magical thing about those people is that the lessons you learned from them pay dividends throughout your whole life. For hundreds of people‌ many of them children of Anthem, that (See DIVE on Page 22)

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years. In college, he was a six-time All-American and won two national friend/teacher/mentor is a man who championships. In the years since, taught them that a leap of faith—from the he has coached nine Arizona state end of a diving board—can teach a lot diving champions, two Olympians, and about life. scores of other kids through Boulder Jeff Kunselman has been coaching Creek’s Diving Team and at Anthem’s diving, swimming and baseball since he Community Center. Oh, and let’s not was just 14 years old. In high school, forget, there are also a bunch of really he went undefeated in diving all four lucky kids at Canyon Springs School where Kunselman teaches sixth grade. (From DIVE on Page 21)

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On how to build trust: (After all, he asks his students to propel themselves off a skinny flexible board, dive/flip/ spin in mid-air and hit the water, with as little splash as possible): “A whole lot of praise. I’m a mechanics coach. I tell them what they are supposed to be doing. I help them to think properly, before they dive.” On where his passion for coaching came from: “It’s the kids. Seeing them break through their mental hurdles. Diving is a sport that is 90 percent mental. The mechanics are easy. It’s getting yourself to do the hard stuff.” On watching his divers succeed: “It’s what makes me feel good. It’s what makes me come back every day. Like golf, it’s not the 99 bad shots that make you come back, it’s the one shot you do right.” On what he wants his students to get out of diving: “Self-confidence. Making sure that your balance is there before you can add power and make sure that your head is on straight before you apply power to anything.” On what he hopes his divers will take from diving and apply to life: “Believing in themselves. Just getting over the mental side of it. If you can break through on a dive that seems scary, then you can do the same thing in your life.” io

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A Big Olympic Win… Really! PHOTO BY BRAD WOOD

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t first we thought it was a scam,” said Nicole Simons as she recalled the very moment she learned she was headed to the Olympics. Nicole and her husband Justin won a trip to London from Visa. It didn’t really sink in how truly lucky they were until the airline tickets arrived. “It was a 1-in-25-million chance,” said Justin. The Simons were

entered by just using their card. Now they can’t wait to fly across the pond to witness Olympic history. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime event,” said Nicole. “I’m looking to be patriotic and cheer on team USA any chance I can,” echoed Justin. Charlie Sheen thinks he’s winning? Ha! Congrats to some real winners: Justin and Nicole Simons. io

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IN MEMORIAM

COL Bernard John Mogan, Jr.

(K.C.) Scull and Camille Mogan; children Tara Mogan, Jennifer Mogan (David) Walker, Mark Halliday, Sarah USA (Ret.) Mogan (John) Nygard; grandchildren Jacqueline Victoria Martin, Sean Born and Eloise Nygard, Mackenzee and January 17, 1943 – Nashville, TN MiKayla Walker. Colonel Mogan Died graduated from Father Ryan High July 5, 2012 – Anthem, AZ School in Nashville, Tennessee in 1961 and received an appointment to the Cause of Death United States Military Academy at West Cancer Point, NY, where he graduated with the Class of 1965 and was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Field Artillery. He subsequently earned a Master of Science degree in Engineering from Arizona State University. During his distinguished years of service, Colonel Mogan served overseas in Vietnam, Germany, and Korea and retired from the U.S. Army after more than 30 years of devoted service. Following active duty, he served as Executive Assistant to The Adjutant General for the State of Tennessee, was the first Executive Director of the Tennessee Fire Service and Codes Enforcement Academy, and served in dual capacity as Deputy Director, Tennessee Office of Homeland Security and Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Veterans MOGAN, JR., Bernard John, Affairs. Mogan served as past-president COL USA (Ret.) died July 5, 2012. of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of Colonel Mogan was born January 17, the Military Officer’s Association 1943 in Nashville, TN. He was the son of America (MOAA) and the West of the late Bernard John Mogan and Point Society of Middle Tennessee. Clara Lucille Scarborough Mogan. He was a life member of the Disabled He was preceded in death by his son, American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Sean Michael Mogan and daughter Wars, MOAA, and the 101st Airborne Tamara Lynne Mogan, and his brothers Division Association. In lieu of flowers, James Mark and Thomas Michael donations may be made to St. Rose Mogan. He is survived by his wife, Philippine Duchesne Catholic Church; Dyanne Rice Mogan; sisters Micheleen please note “Mogan Memoriam.” 24 |

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

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Jul 2 29 184 117

June 25 19 191 119

For the most recent week, sales of bank-owned homes: 1 Short sales (sold for less than what was owed): 7

Homes Sold: Monthly June 2012: 106

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Real estate data provided by D.L. Jones & Associates. Contact Dennis Jones at DLJones@HotMail.com 602-909-2845 TheRealEstateWeb.com

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