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THE MEN OF CHANDLER

HOT SPOTS FOR MEN

DUDE FOOD

FATHER AND SON


LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2018 PUBLISHER

Joyce Selk | joyce.selk@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Mindy Haskins | mindy.haskins@lifestylepubs.com ACCOUNT MANAGER

Lori Florea | lori.florea@lifestylepubs.com

Men of Honor

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Annemarie O'Donnell CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Michelle Guerrero, Alison Stanton, Georgann Yara

LET'S TAKE A MINUTE TO HONOR SOME AMAZING MEN IN OUR COMMUNITY. As you flip to our main feature on page 22, you'll read more about them but let me take a moment to give you a quick run-down. Basically, they're all ballers. They're volunteers

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

David Apeji, Lifestyle Media and Branding

who are deeply embedded and invested in our community; they're advocates for our children's education; one is helping veterans navigate through college while another is helping them heal through their past traumas—and every single one of them works in some way to help others, whether that's through a podcast, a fundraiser or simply by giving out a hug. It goes to show you that helping others can take on many different masks but in the end, it all makes a positive impact. It's a great group of guys and I can't wait for you to learn more about them! Most of them met for the first time at our photo shoot at the Bondurant Museum off of Wild Horse Pass. Something magical was in the air that morning because they instantly clicked! By the time we were wrapping up, I overheard them planning a get together,

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CHIEF SALES OFFICER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DIRECTOR OF MARKETING ART DIRECTOR OPERATIONS DIRECTOR EDITORIAL MANAGER EDITORIAL AD MANAGER AD COORDINATORS

totally on their own and separate from the magazine. In fact, they asked me to email everyone's contact information so they could get the ball rolling! This is what happens when you put a room full of community connectors together. I love it. Maybe they'll go

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to one of the hot spots featured on page 16. We rounded up some of the coolest places for a guys' night out, so it sounds like a perfect match! To all the dads, grandfathers and father figures out there, I wish you a delightful Father's Day filled with love and celebration!

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ON THE COVER The Men of Chandler at the Bondurant Museum (not pictured: Patrick Lynch)

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2018

FEATURES 16 Guys’ Night Out Fun Local Spots to Let Loose

22 The Men of Chandler Honoring Those Who Are Making a Difference

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42 Bodie and His Dad, Erik Father and Son Favorite Picks

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32 DEPARTMENTS 4

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

12

Around Town

16

Hot Spot

32 Culinary Creations 34 Lifestyle Calendar 42 Local’s Choice


GOOD TIMES

Third Semi-Annual Free Shred-a-Thon The community rallied once again (with the help of the Chandler Police and Fire Departments and the Arizona Young Marines) to shred more than five tons of sensitive documents and take back thousands of prescription pills. Sponsored by The Amy Nelson Team, Edward Jones Financial Advisor Vicki Paez, Craig Lloyd - American Family Insurance Agent, Great American Title Ocotillo, Arizona's Heroes Home Team and Your Loan Gal Kari Zurn. 

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Mission of Mercy Arizona Grand Opening Mission of Mercy Arizona, a nonprofit that provides free primary healthcare and medication to those in need, celebrated the opening of its seventh mobile health clinic at the Chandler First Church of the Nazarene on May 4. Visit MomAZ.org for more info. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LAIRD BROWN.

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GOOD TIMES

Primrose School of West Chandler Grand Opening The Primrose School of West Chandler hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening with members of the Chandler City Council and Chandler Chamber of Commerce. Learn more and enroll at PrimroseWestChandler.com.

Fit Society Turns One Fit Society celebrated their one-year anniversary with an open house of their new community hub, where they ate barbecue catered by in-house meal prep company, Knife & Fig. Afterward, everyone got on their bikes for a crib crawl around the Ocotillo neighborhood with pit-stops at member homes for a quick drink and hang out!Â

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CHANDLER STUDENT HONORED FOR OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER SERVICE

educational and empowering experiences to more than 21,000 girls in over 90 Arizona com-

Monet Tam, a senior at Hamilton High School, was

munities. Through the campaign, the Girl Scouts

presented with an engraved bronze medallion on

built The Bob & Renee Parsons Leadership Center

May 4 to recognize her selection as a Distinguished

for Girls & Women at Camp South Mountain, a

Finalist for Arizona in the 2018 Prudential Spirit

year-round urban program and leadership center

of Community Awards. Tam has served with the

with camp amenities that opened in April 2017. By

Chandler Mayor’s Youth Commission since 2013

the end of last year, more than 7,000 Girl Scouts,

and, as its current chair, leads 18 commission

adult volunteers, staff and community mem-

members in organizing and executing community

bers were on site to take a tour, enjoy summer

events. Driven to inspire other teens to get involved

camp, or attend meetings, trainings and other

with their local government, Tam dedicates five

programs. Other notable gifts include those

to 10 hours a week to her responsibilities with the

from The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, The

commission, which is responsible for hosting 14

Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation, and the

local celebrations and activities a year.

Girl Scouts themselves, who raised more than $1 million through their cookie sales. The Emerald Foundation provided the first gift to ensure the campus would be ADA accessible.

WORLD’S GREATEST DAD BLEND FROM PRESS COFFEE Press Coffee has created a coffee blend with dads in mind just in time for Father’s Day. The World’s Greatest Dad Blend is just like Dad’s love: strong and bold. It comes in 12-ounce bags and will be

Chandler was recognized as a Tree City USA

available in all Press locations and at PressCoffee.

community in ceremonies held at the Arizona

com starting June 1 for $16. On June 17, dads can

Capital Museum in Phoenix. Vice Mayor Nora

also come into any Press location for a free hot drip

Ellen represented Chandler at the ceremony,

coffee in any size. No proof of fatherhood required,

which was marked with the planting of a com-

just identify yourself to the barista when ordering.

memorative tree. This is the fifth consecutive year

The offer is good all day.

Chandler has received the designation from the

ARIZONA GIRL SCOUTS COMPLETES $18 MILLION CAMPAIGN

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CHANDLER RECEIVES TREE CITY USA DESIGNATION

Arbor Day Foundation in collaboration with the National Association of State Foresters and the USDA Forest Service. Chandler has a tree dona-

Thanks to a successful matching challenge

tion program that accepts living trees or donations

from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation, Girl

for trees to be planted throughout the city’s park

Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC)

system. One of the more popular locations has

has reached the completion of its five-year, $18

been Desert Breeze Park. Anyone riding the train

million Campaign for Girls in Arizona. As a result,

has ridden past more than a dozen donated trees

the Council can now provide a wider range of

lining the track near the tennis courts.

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Clothes Cabin’s Summer Needs! One Small Step Inc. is a Chandler nonprofit. Clothing Your Community in Kindness!

YOU CAN HELP! Volunteer! COLDWELL BANKER BROKERAGE ANNOUNCES NEW MANAGER Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has announced Dominic Scappaticci as the new branch manager of its Chandler office. He comes to the office with more than 43 years of real estate experience. Scappaticci will be stepping in for Leah Litcher, who retired as the branch manager of the Chandler office earlier this year. Prior to joining Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Scappaticci was the co-owner and designated broker at Dominic & Co. International Real Estate for five years. For more

All of our client service and donation processing is done by volunteers! We desperately need summer volunteers to work in Clothes Cabin, one shift a week, 2-4 hours during the summer. Join us in serving the community. We also need volunteer to run our Friends Resale Boutique! Help stock our showroom, greet customers and be a cashier! Friends Boutique provides vital funding to our Clothes Cabin program. Contact info@clothescabin.org

Donate! Our most needed items in summer are: Children’s summer Clothing, children’s shoes, new socks and underwear of all sizes, and men’s summer clothes size s-m

information, visit ColdwellBankerHomes.com.

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BOOK YOUR SCOTTSDALE STAYCATION DEAL NOW Two Scottsdale resorts are offering a discount on

1100 N Alma School Road, Suite 10, Chandler

staycation packages. Guests at Andaz Scottsdale

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Resort & Spa receive rates starting at $169 with extras,

Donations: Monday-Saturday 10am-2pm, Thursday 6pm-8pm

including waived resort fee, daily breakfast for two, four drinks daily at Turquoise Pool, 20 percent off spa services, complimentary valet parking, Wi-Fi and local treats in room. Visit Scottsdale.Andaz.Hyatt.com and use special offer code “EXTRA” or call 1.800.233.1234. Some restrictions apply. Offer is valid for reservations made at least three days in advance

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME! One Small Step is ready to take the next beg step... our own place! We have far outgrown the space we are currently in. A new, bigger space will allow us to serve the public better than ever!

for stays between May 25 and Sept. 3, 2018. Bringing Havana-inspired flair to the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, The Scott is slated to debut its final phase this summer, featuring an

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all-new Presidential Suite and the addition of four

Better assistance for clients

one-bedroom suites. To celebrate, The Scott is

More changed lives!

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for stays between June 1 and Aug. 30, 2018. Use

experiences—from developing original recipes

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producers who practice organic and sustainable

FIRE DISTRICT’S COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS The Community Assistance Program (CAP) of

farming to using environmentally friendly package materials. Learn more at Munchery.com.

ACTS OF KINDNESS DONATIONS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

the Arizona Fire & Medical Authority/Sun Lakes fire

Shelter for the homeless. Counseling for the

district is looking to add new volunteers to the ranks

troubled. Activities for disadvantaged youth.

of their crisis response team. The CAP program runs

Supplies for a child crisis center. These acts of

under the direction of the AFMA/Sun Lakes. Two

kindness, and many more, are made possible

member teams are dispatched to medical calls, fires,

when Chandler residents add a small donation to

motor vehicle accidents and other emergencies.

their utility bill through the city’s Acts of Kindness

While firefighters and medical personnel tend to the

donation program, or A-OK. The easiest way to

ill or injured, the CAP team works with other family

make a donation is to set up a recurring donation,

members, friends or neighbors who need assistance.

in any amount, that will be included in your monthly

Prospective CAP members (who do not have to live

bill. This can be done by calling 480.782.2280

in Sun Lakes) must be in general good health, have

or by emailing UtilityBilling@ChandlerAZ.gov.

a good driving record, pass a background check and

Alternately, you can select one of the check boxes

be able to work three six-hour shifts and attend one

on your utility bill remittance slip and add the

meeting within a calendar month. Training will be

corresponding donation amount to your payment.

provided in CPR and first aid, driver training, radios

Learn more at ChandlerAZ.gov/AOK.

and the use of the Mobile Computer Terminal that is used in CAP’s response vehicle. To learn more, email CAPCoordinator@AFMA.AZ.gov.

REGISTER KIDS FOR OCOTILLO VILLAGE SUMMER CAMP

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Village Fitness Summer Camps will be offered

REINVENTING THE WEEKNIGHT DINNER

from May 29 through July 20 and include active

Munchery makes delicious, healthy, ready-to-

games, team sports, swimming and field trips to

eat meals and 15-minute cooking kits that are

places like OdySea Aquarium, Laser Tag, Topgolf

crafted by acclaimed Valley chefs. Founded in

and more! They offer low staff-to-child ratios and

2011, Munchery is an end-to-end food preparation

access to their beautiful, resort-style facilities. Half-

and delivery company. With control of its entire

day, full-day and extended day options available for

food service value chain, Munchery has the capa-

both members and non-members. For kids ages 5

bility to continuously improve multiple points of

through 14, from kindergarten through 8th grade.

operations and deliver better-personalized food

Learn more and register at VillageClubs.com.

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and sunshine, so they relocated back to the Phoenix area where they live with their two boxers, Sol and Elmer, and their terrier rescue Zoey. In her spare time, Dr. Sorenson enjoys hiking, traveling, swimming, decorating her home and visiting new restaurants. Dr. Sorenson’s special interests related to caring for your pets include preventative care, internal medicine and dentistry. She is passionate about creating client experiences that involve interactive education and establishing meaningful connections with both pet and owner. Say hello at AMCofC.com.

FATHER’S DAY MUSICAL LUNCH AT ORGAN STOP PIZZA Looking for a fun, air-conditioned outing on

ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER OF CHANDLER WELCOMES NEW DOCTOR

Father's Day? Organ Stop Pizza will be offering an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet, salad and soft

Dr. Kristy Sorenson is an Arizona native who

drinks for the whole family on June 17 from 11:30

received her Bachelor's of Science degree from

a.m. to 1 p.m (the music show begins at 11:45 a.m.).

Arizona State University. She worked as a veteri-

Prices are $12 per adult and $10 for kids ages 3

nary technician in Dallas-Fort Worth for two years

through 9. Beer, wine and ice cream will be avail-

then went on to pursue and receive her Doctorate

able for purchase. Some dairy-free and gluten-free

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options will be available. Advance tickets are

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HOT SPOT

GU YS’ NIGHT OUT FOUR LOCAL SPOTS FOR MEN TO HAVE FUN

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ARTICLE MICHELLE GUERRERO THERE ARE PLENTY OF PLACES TO CHOOSE FROM IN AND AROUND CHANDLER WHEN PLANNING YOUR NEXT GUYS’ NIGHT OUT. Enjoy delicious barbecue and blues music at West Alley BBQ & Smokehouse, make your way through a long list of brews while watching a game at H.O.P. Central or, for a flair of sophistication, try out Fox Cigar Bar. If a little competition is more your style, there’s never a dull night at LumberjAxes. Impress your friends with a night to remember.

01. WEST ALLEY BBQ & SMOKEHOUSE West Alley offers live music and a huge variety of meats, including smoked chicken, turkey, ribs, pork, sausage links and briskets. Enjoy a beer at their seated bar on the patio and take in the aroma of smoked meat from the outdoor pit. “Beer, blues and barbecue. This is a simple equation when it comes to a successful night West Alley BBQ photo by David Apeji

out with the guys,” says Christian Brantley, the restaurant's owner and vice president. Learn more about their Tennessee-style cuisine at WestAlleyBBQ.com.

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02. LUMBERJAXES AXE THROWING Unleash your inner lumberjack at LumberjAxes, Phoenix’s first competitive axe-throwing venue. There’s nothing quite like the satisfying “thunk” of hitting the target. Their experts are on-hand to show you the ropes and make sure that you're playing safely. The casual atmosphere, friendly competition and bragging rights that are sure to follow make this a great night out with the guys. Reservations are encouraged, but walk-ins are sometimes available. Make a reservation or learn more at AxeThrowingPhx.com.

03. FOX CIGAR BAR There’s more to enjoy at Fox Cigar Bar than their large selection of fine cigars. Kick back and enjoy the sophisticated ambiance, as well as the bar stocked with more than 400 premium spirits, 14 rotating beer taps and 24 televisions. “It’s a great West Alley BBQ photo by David Apeji

place for a date, after dinner drink, or anytime you want to sit, relax and carry on a conversation,” says owner Mitchell Fox. Check out their two Valley

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locations and events at FoxCigarBar.com.

04. H.O.P. CENTRAL BREWING CO AND TAPROOM H.O.P. Central is a moderately upscale brewery with 36 taps, their own house beer and a notable bottle selection of beers and wine. They have an interesting BYOF (bring your own food) concept and encourage guests to stop by their favorite restaurant for take-out to enjoy at the taproom. It’s a good place to watch a game or challenge your buddies to classic pinball or Asteroids while working your way through their list of fine beverages. Discover more at HopCentralBrewery.com.

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Fox Cigar Bar

photo by David Apeji H.O.P. Central photo by David Apeji

H.O.P. Central photo by David Apeji

Fox Cigar Bar

LumberjAxes photo by Annie O'Neill

LumberjAxes photo by Annie O'Neill H.O.P. Central photo by David Apeji

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the men of chandler

ARTICLE ALISON STANTON AND GEORGANN YARA

PHOTOGRAPHY LIFESTYLE MEDIA AND BRANDING

POWERFUL MEN, POSITIVE IMPACT

FOR THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW, I WISH OUR MAGAZINE COULD BE 100 PAGES! Nominations for our Men of Chandler feature were solicited through the magazine, social media and word-of-mouth because we wanted to feature men our readers thought were special. The nominating criteria remained loose because we were looking for men from a broad cross-section of our community and our editorial committee once again had a difficult task making the selections. I only wish we could have included more! These guys were found everywhere—on the racetrack, in the skies, in restaurants, in our schools—building businesses.  All donating their talents, time and/or money to make a difference in our great community.  Every one of these men show great pride for Chandler and work in simple ways to make it a better place. I’m sure you will run into one of these guys—or several of them—when you are out-and-about. Be sure to say “hello” because, after all, Chandler is the best small town there is! —Joyce Selk 22

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D AV I D R a l l s President, Commit Agency

For David Ralls, it’s all about family and paying it forward. Ralls started his advertising and marketing firm, Commit Agency, 21 years ago with his stepmother and mentor, Elaine Ralls. It has grown into one of the largest and most influential agencies in the Valley, garnering a number of accolades over the years including the Chandler Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Business of the Year. “I wanted to be in a business that allowed me to help other businesses,” David says. “By far the most rewarding thing I do is working with my talented team to make a meaningful difference in support of our clients’ success.” But more than work interests him. Personally, Ralls dedicates time and resources to various community organizations like ICAN, Chandler Compadres, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix and others. Additionally, his agency supports numerous projects that benefit Chandler nonprofits. Ralls and his wife, Deborah, moved to Chandler in 2000, searching for a city that was comprised of great schools and neighborhoods that were true communities. They were so pleased that Ralls moved Commit to downtown Chandler in 2015. The Ralls have two sons, William, 13 and Jackson, 10. By being selfless community contributors, Ralls wants his and his wife’s examples to have a lasting impact on their children. “Speaking from experience, life is a lot more fulfilling when you live a life of service to your community,” he says. “As a father of two boys, it is important to me that they learn that giving is more rewarding than receiving. My hope is that they lead their life with a commitment to serving their community and they pass that spirit of service

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J o h n Melby Airshow Pilot When he was 12, Jon Melby saw professional airshow pilot Bob Hoover perform. It inspired him to pursue a career as a pilot and, ultimately, he became a professional airshow pilot in 2002. He is also a U.S. Air Force veteran and VFW member. Performing in front of over 3 million people this year, Melby loves meeting fans of all ages, especially kids and young adults.   “The ultimate reward is when they email me or see me in person and thank me for encouraging them to pursue their dreams,” Melby says. “I know that I am making a difference in an often very difficult world.” Melby also channels his experiences by helping others overcome their fears through his Fear Boss podcasts. “I believe with my background in Air Force Special Ops and as a pro pilot, I need to help people overcome fears in their lives,” he says. He provides specific training such as “Fear of Flying,” “Fear of Failure” and “Fear of the Unknown” to help people overcome any fear that debilitates them. When he’s not working on his podcasts, airshows or at his full-time day job as an IT manager, Melby makes sure to spend quality time with his wife and family. “In my opinion, if the family nucleus is not balanced then

Jackson Armstrong

Co-Owner, Ginger Monkey

When he’s not hard at work at Ginger Monkey, the Chandler bar and restaurant that he co-owns, Jackson Armstrong can be found making a difference throughout Chandler. “I do a lot with Hamilton High School,” Armstrong says, adding that he was inspired to assist when he learned that one of every four students in the Chandler Unified School District is homeless. “That just blew my mind when I heard that.” Whether it is hosting fundraisers to benefit Chandler schools, donating catering services to various charitable causes or allowing restaurant space to be used for worthy events, Armstrong rarely says no. Lately, he has been finding needs in the community and finding creative ways to fill them. When the community noticed there were limited options for mother-son dances on Valentine’s Day, he hosted one. When students were off during the recent teacher strike, Ginger Monkey offered discounted meals and “game days” to help keep parents and children busy. Described by those who nominated him as someone who is “an incredible guy that strives to make a difference,” Armstrong says he is happy to assist however he can. “I’m blessed to be able to help,” he says. —AS 24

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everything else becomes unbalanced,” he says. —GY


Miguel Fernandez

Professor, CGCC

To say that Miguel Fernandez has a full plate is an understatement. For the past five years, Fernandez has served as the volunteer faculty/liaison for student veterans at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, advising military veterans who are starting or returning to college on how to succeed and get the most out of their college experience and GI Bill benefits. He has presented at many conferences and workshops in Chandler and throughout the country on how colleges and faculty can best serve their military connected students and families. He also volunteers his time extensively in Chandler, including at Chandler’s Operation Backpack, Project Humanities’ Service Saturdays, ICAN’s Stuffed with Love and at Project Hermanas at CGCC, which helps girls in the sixth through 12th grades get exposure to STEM opportunities and choices. Fernandez says volunteering locally is key. When someone sees the impact of a few hours on their immediate community, they understand the value of being a good citizen. “A year hasn’t gone by in my 11 years of teaching college in Chandler when some former student hasn’t returned to share some joy with me, or to regroup, seek advice and re-find strength to try something new or go further in their lives,” he says. —AS CONTINUED >

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Frank Narducci Asst. Superintendent of Elementary Ed, CUSD

Frank Narducci says he was inspired to become an educator because no other profession has a more profound influence on a child’s life. “We do this through forging quality relationships with our students and families, creating classroom environments that promote integrity and respect, and by providing each student with opportunities to take ownership of their learning while scaffolding their challenges at the point of discovery,” Narducci says. He also feels strongly that children must “LAFF” every day in school. “Students need to feel Loved, they need to Achieve, they must experience Freedom of choice and they must experience Fun in the environment where they learn,” he says. Throughout his years working in the field of education, including his current role as Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education for the Chandler Unified School District, Narducci has definitely achieved his goal of putting the needs of children first. In one of his nominations, it states, “He is a tireless advocate for children, always putting their safety, needs, education, concerns before all else—even though it might not be the popular choice.” Narducci also takes great pride in mentoring teachers that have chosen a career in education and spends a great deal of time outside of his normal work hours to give back to the community. He committed to continuing the work he is doing to ensure that the children of Chandler have an “amazing home-toschool connection” and to provide children with high-quality learning in classrooms that allow them to become problem solvers and creative thinkers. “Being in education for the past 36 years has taught me many things. One being that we must built resiliency in our youth while at the same time using strategies and methods that build empathy and social-emotional connections,” he says. —AS

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R a n dy Wa lt e r s Owner, Wimpy’s Paradise

For Randy Walters, owner of Wimpy’s Paradise, life is all about what’s reflected in three H’s: hamburgers, hot dogs and hugs. The first two reflect what’s on his restaurant’s menu. The last reflects why he has so many fans. When Wimpy’s first opened as Pittsburgh Willy’s in 2008, Walters found an opportunity to share his passion for showing love and giving comfort to others with the most basic yet powerful of interactions—a hug! All while realizing his dream of opening a hot dog joint like his father did back in 1939. In 2013, the tradition continued when Wimpy’s moved into its current spot in Downtown Chandler. A sign outside even advertises the famous free hugs. Why Chandler? “Because next to my hometown of Monongahela, Pa., it's the greatest town in America!” he says. Providing quality food and service while making time to have that human connection with consumers satisfies Walters’ desire to feed their souls and stomachs. He talks about two people who were contemplating suicide. They read about his hugs policy and came to Wimpy’s for one last effort to find that connection. They did. “Those interactions profoundly validated the power of simple acts of kindness,” Walters says. —GY

Pat r i c k Ly n c h Founder, Operation Freedom Bird

In the spring of 1988, Captain Patrick Lynch went to the president of then-America West Airlines, Mike Conway, and asked if he could take some combat veterans to see the new Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Veterans Day. Conway said yes, and Operation Freedom Bird was launched. Over the last 30 years, Lynch, a decorated Vietnam veteran and retired American Airlines captain, has helped hundreds of fellow veterans visit the Vietnam Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, Iwo Jima Memorial and 9-11 Memorial at the Pentagon. For the past 19 years, Southwest Airlines has donated the needed seats for this healing journey. “These veterans all suffer from PTSD or grief/loss issues and are currently in counseling,” says Lynch, adding that during the four-day trip, the veterans attend group-counseling sessions.  “As the years go by, we see the need for veterans and their families to heal from the traumas of war. Through the years I’ve seen many vets change their lives and move on,” he says. “When we get off that plane and the families see the difference in their veterans—the hugs,

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tears and happiness— it’s overwhelming.” —AS June 2018 | Chandler Lifestyle

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Jeremy McClymonds Principal, FORM Prosperity Wealth Advisors

Jeremy McClymonds was raised in a family that taught three truths: Family first, service second, and proper financial and retirement planning third. Today, as a financial advisor, McClymonds is proud to meet one of those truths by offering financial and retirement planning for his clients and guiding them to financial prosperity. He also donates a large portion of his time to serving the Chandler community. This includes serving as a board member of the Chandler Compadres, serving as past president and current board member of the Kiwanis Chandler Young Professionals and the Chandler Chamber of Commerce; and as a board member of Chandler Parks and Recreation. He’s the recipient of the 2018 Chandler Compadre of the Year and the 2018 Chandler Chamber of Commerce Micro Business of the Year. “Find a cause you’re passionate about then give your time and energy unconditionally,” he says. “If you truly love the cause it will not feel like work and the outcome will be more rewarding.” “I have a strong desire for Chandler to be a stellar city for my grandkids to thrive in throughout their lives, so I give back as much as I can. I believe children and commerce are the lifeblood of all communities; children are the key to the future and commerce drives the community.” —AS 28

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Jason Bondurant VP, Bondurant Racing School

His business may involve maneuvering in the fast lane, but Jason Bondurant understands that life is more about balance than speed. Following in his famous father Bob’s footsteps, Bondurant dedicates his time and resources to many charitable efforts including Childhelp, Healing Hearts, Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Barrow Neurological Institute—for which Bondurant opens his track up for a day so that paraplegic and quadriplegic patients can drive a car outfitted with hand and food controls. “You want a good smile and cry? Then come and see what joy those days are filled with,” Bondurant says. “Volunteer work is how to give back to your community with love and energy, not everything has to be where you write a check. For example, helping with local little league sports by coaching, being a referee or just setting up cones does more than you think.” Bondurant’s family business celebrates its 50th birthday this year and he aims to take it on a spin for another 50. As the premier national driver-training destination, the school is for everyone, from racing professionals to daily commuters who want to become more proficient behind the wheel. “Getting letters and photos of an accident that looks horrible but the driver survived (because of) the skills they learned here at the school is something words cannot describe,” he says. —GY

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B r e t t Henkel

Asst. General Manager, Big Two Toyota The long hours as the assistant general manager of a large and busy vehicle dealership would keep most people’s schedules packed from sunrise to dusk. But Brett Henkel finds the time to balance his professional obligations with community service contributions inspired by his personal drive to make a difference to those in need. Henkel’s extensive involvement with ICAN: Positive Programs for Youth was inspired by the association his employer, Chris Hoeye, and his family had with the organization. ICAN is a free youth center in Chandler that serves at-risk teens, families and the community. Prevention programming teaches disadvantaged youth real-life skills that help them avoid the risky behaviors that are prevalent in today’s society. Parenting classes and substance abuse education are also part of its services. “Once I became involved with ICAN and saw first-hand what they do day-in and day-out for the youth here in Chandler, I was so impressed that I felt like I needed to help out in any way that I could,” says Henkel, who serves as ICAN’s chair of the board of directors. Henkel has also been active with the ALS Association Arizona Chapter as a volunteer and donor. After losing his mother to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis five years ago, Henkel has been even more committed to supporting others who struggle with the disease. One of his efforts is a walk that raises thousands of dollars for the cause each year. A Valley native and University of Arizona graduate, Henkel, his wife CeCe and their three children make it a priority to give back to the community. “No matter how many you reach, you always want to reach one more and have a positive impact on their lives,” he says. —GY 30

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CULINARY CREATIONS

+ dude food SWEET CHILI RIBS INGREDIENTS 2 full racks pork spareribs, trimmed (about 6 pounds) 2 tablespoons fresh ginger, minced  3 cloves garlic, minced 1 bottle (12 ounces) Frank’s RedHot Sweet Chili Sauce, divided

DIRECTIONS 1. Heat grill to 250 degrees and prepare for indirect cooking. 2. Spread ribs with ginger and garlic. Place ribs on rib rack or in foil pan. Cook on covered grill for two hours. 3. Spread 6 ounces sweet chili sauce evenly over ribs then cook another hour, until tender. 4. Baste ribs with remaining sweet chili sauce during last 15 minutes of cooking. If desired, at end of cooking time, grill ribs over direct heat to char slightly.

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9 BLUSH INTERNATIONAL ROSÉ FESTIVAL

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A sparkly start to rosé the morning away, featuring brunch-time favorites and signature pink cocktails. Tickets start at $60 and includes unlimited tastings of over 75 rosé wines, complimentary food stations, unlimited pink cocktail tastings and live entertainment. BlushInternationalRoseFestival.com

9 PROWL & PLAY SUPERHEROS UNITE! The Phoenix Zoo

Get ready to unleash your superpowers for an epic night of character meet and greets, live music, games, crafts and wild water slides. Members pay $8, non-members pay $10 and kids under 2 are free. PhoenixZoo.org

9 TYPE-IN AT CHANDLER SUNSET LIBRARY 4930 W. Ray Road

Join us for a blast from the past as we create using typewriters! Bring your own typewriter or try one of ours at this hands-on, all ages program. This musically themed gathering will encourage you to write and share short stories and songs. Drop-in or stay the entire time! This program is provided in partnership with Jeremiah Bukovszky, TheQuirkyQWERTY.Wordpress.com CONTINUED >

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12 RATTLESNAKES! FACT AND FICTION

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Join expert Bryan Hughes to learn the ins and outs of rattlesnake safety and other fascinating details about the most misunderstood native wildlife. Check out live rattlesnakes and gila monsters on display is secure glass enclosures. This class is free but be sure to register. REI.com

15 MUSIC GARDEN: LATIN CONTEMPORARY Desert Botanical Gardens

Music Garden is a weekly spring concert series from February to June that offers a cultural variety of music. This event features QVLN, a multi-instrumentalist cultivating the sounds of his Mexican, American and Brazilian heritage and a variety of Spanish food. Tickets can be found at DBG.org/events.

16 SCOTTSDALE FAHRENHEIT FESTIVAL WestWorld of Scottsdale

This summer solstice event offers the daring Beat the Heat marathon, fire breathing performances, hot rod cars, jalapeùo ice cream, live music and a chance to see the World’s Greatest Arm Wrestler. Cool off on a waterslide or with cocktails. Kids under 12 are free, adults are $5 in advance or $10 at the door. ScottsdaleFahrenheitFestival.com

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16 BASEBALL, BRUSHES AND BREWS AR Workshop of Chandler, 4040 W. Ray Road

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16 ARIZONA INDOOR CUSTOM CAR SHOW

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Celebrate Father’s Day weekend at the fourth annual Arizona Indoor Custom Car Show! The event will feature an air-conditioned, eye-catching display of dazzling paint jobs, impeccable interiors and custom body

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16 SPARK! AFTER DARK Mesa Arts Center

Enjoy a night out on Mesa Arts Center’s north patio, every third Saturday of the month. Experience live music, live art, great foods, tasty adult drinks and more than a few surprises. Check the website for each month’s theme. Free admission.

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17 DADS SWIM FREE All Chandler Aquatic Centers

All dads swim for free at any of the six Chandler Aquatic Centers; Arrowhead Pool, Desert Oasis Aquatic Center, Folley Pool, Hamilton Aquatic Center, Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center and West Chandler Aquatic Center.

23 KENNY CHESNEY'S TRIP AROUND THE SUN TOUR Chase Field, Phoenix

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Meet Rebecca Shea, Al Jackson, JB Salsbury and Ginger Scott: four Arizona best-selling authors for an intimate lunch and book signing. Each ticket includes admission, lunch buffet and goodie bags with a signed paperback. Visit the event page on Facebook for tickets.


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