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What’s new with SUSD? Voila French Bistro; a Scottsdale Ranch gem! Crime Prevention Tips for Your Home and Property

Plus… Scottsdale Ranch Real Estate Update By Peggy Rauch

10585 N. 100th Street, Scottsdale, Arizona 85258 | Office: (480) 860-2022 | Fax: (480) 860-8264 |

Scottsdale Ranch Real Estate Update


Las Brisas 10119 E Topaz Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Offered at $769,000 4 Bedrooms Plus large Den/office, 3,426 Sq Ft, 2 Car Garage Dramatic 2 story great room with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the enchanting rear yard. Outrageously gorgeous master suite with a master bath suited to royalty. The grand winding staircase is graced with iron railing which extends across the lovely upstairs hallway that connects the master suite with two guest bedrooms. First floor boasts additional guest bedroom with bath and library/den. Granite Counter tops, Travertine tile flooring, custom and light fixtures, plush designer carpeting, kitchen island and breakfast bar are only a sampling of the features this home offers in Lake subdivision. Scottsdale Bay Club 10080 E Mountainview Lake Dr #114G $225,000



2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1,152 Sq Ft, 1 Car Garage, Ground floor unit offered furnished. Granite Counter tops & Stainless Steel Appliances, Neutral colors, Large rear patio, split floor plan and full size washer/dryer.

To see current Scottsdale Ranch Real Estate activity go to and click on “Popular Communities�

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Great upscale and casual dining, dance instruction for all ages, fitness, health, wellness, salon and barbershop services, a great preschool and language academy, all natural pet store and premier pet grooming, as well as your local Circle K, Walgreens and so much more! DINING Crave Grounds Goldie’s Sports Café Piccolo Family Italian Ice Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill Voilá French Bistro & Wine Bar HEALTH, WELLNESS & BEAUTY Crystal Nails enVoque MD HearUSA Indulge Yourself Salon Mercado Dental Care Mercado Ranch Barbershop Mercado Chiropractor Walgreens

EDUCATION Dance Connection Fred Astaire Dance Studio Global Minds Preschool SERVICES Edward Jones JR’s Shoe Repair Kosmos Doghouse Lee’s ATA Martial Arts Mail N’ Office Ultra Dry Cleaners Sonoran Concepts Water and Ice

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Your HOA…

Social Life

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Meet Your HOA Quick Phone Reference Manager’s Report President’s Message Board Bits

Home & Landscape… 6 7

From Your Homeowner Liaison City of Scottsdale Collection Services Scottsdale Water

Mercado Corner… 8 9 10

Mercado Directory of Merchants & Services Mercado Coupons Mercado Spotlight

Amenities… 12 13 14 15

SUSD News & Updates Desert Mountain High School Laguna Elementary School Mountainside Middle School Boys and Girls Club Desert Garden Park Via Linda Senior Center SRCA Block Party Trailer Lake Serena Boating Scottsdale Ranch Community Center

on the Ranch… Movie in the Park Duplicate Bridge Group Corks & Forks Chess Club Scottsdale Ranch Women’s Association Knitwits Knitting and Crochet Group Scottsdale Ranch Community Mom’s Group Yacht Club Kayak Club Wine Club Golf Club Save the Dates!

Healthy Lifestyles… 21 In the Kitchen Garden Stuffed Summer Squash

In 22 23

the Community… Crimes of Opportunity Protect Your Pedal City of Scottsdale Notices Scottsdale Ranch Broker Tour

In Every Issue… IFC Scottsdale Ranch Real Estate Update By Peggy Rauch 24 SRCA Calendar of Events

Valhalla Community Magazines For advertising call 480-634-1708 or visit The Official Magazine of Scottsdale Ranch This magazine is delivered to all homeowners and businesses in the Scottsdale Ranch Community bi-monthly. This magazine is also distributed to surrounding businesses and office complexes. You have received this publication because your HOA believes you take pride in your home environment and community. This magazine provides you with HOA information and home product advertising that enhances your home comfort and increases the value of your home. We are always interested in your comments or suggestions. SRCA does not promote or endorse any advertisers in this magazine. While efforts to ensure accuracy are exercised, the publisher assumes no liability for the information contained in either editorial or advertising content. For advertising and editorial information please call 480-634-1708 or visit


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To discover Scottsdale Ranch is to discover a premier and progressive residential community attuned to your needs. At Scottsdale Ranch, you will find a community that ref lects your taste and individuality. From luxury waterfront homes and spacious single family dwellings to private patio homes, you will find a home to suit your needs. Scottsdale Ranch was established in 1981 and encompasses 1,118 acres bordered by 96th Street on the West, 112th Street to the East, and Shea Boulevard south to the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. There are 3,938 homes/ units in Scottsdale Ranch. Scottsdale Ranch’s prestige is complemented by its luxurious amenities. Lake Serena, a forty-two acre man-made lake offers fishing and boating and is considered a jewel of Scottsdale Ranch. Likewise, the Community Center, which also houses the administrative offices, provides a comfortable gathering place for parties, community events, or even a game of cards. Conveniently located at the corner of Via Linda and Mountain View is the Mercado which offers a variety of specialty stores, restaurants, drug stores, offices, and professional services. Centrally situated in the heart of Scottsdale Ranch is a 64-acre general public use area featuring many fine amenities such as the Scottsdale Ranch Park, a beautiful Desert Garden, the Via Linda Senior Center, the Boys and Girls Club and Laguna Elementary School. The Scottsdale Ranch Community Association and the active participation of Ranch residents design the lifestyle, integrity, and aesthetics of our community. Visit our website at for more information about our fabulous community!

Your HOA…

QUICK PHONE REFERENCE Police (Emergency)..................................................911

A seven member Board of Directors governs Scottsdale Ranch Community Association (SRCA). The Board establishes the basic policies of the Association and oversees the operation of the professional staff while demonstrating values of fiscal responsibility, openness and inclusiveness, legacy and innovative leadership. It is our vision that by basing our decision making on our shared values, new ideas will be implemented, property values and quality of life will be enhanced, residents will feel a stronger sense of belonging, leadership and facilities will be recognized as best in class and Scottsdale Ranch will be the most desirable community in the Valley. SRCA’s Board employs an Executive Director who oversees the administrative, landscape and building/ lake departments including a full-time, on-site administrative staff and a contracted landscape maintenance company, who all work behind the scenes to implement the Matt Metz mission statement. Vice President

Police (Non-emergency)............... (480) 312-5000 Fire (Emergency).......................................................911

Michael Breslin President

Fire (Non-emergency) Hydrant Leaks.....................................(480) 312-5650 Scottsdale Ranch Community Association.................(480) 860-2022 Scottsdale Ranch Community Association (After Hours SRCA Emergency/ Answering Service Number)...............................(888) 271-0019 Animal Control.................................. (480) 894-3320 Arizona Public Service......................(602) 371-7171

Mike Nelson Treasurer

The Board of Directors meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Community Center. These meetings are open to the membership. Meeting minutes can be found on our website at under Documents, Board.

Boys/Girls Club North Scottsdale............................... (480) 860-1601 Brush Collection Hotline, City of Scottsdale..............................(480) 312-5680 Code Enforcement, City of Scottsdale..............................(480) 312-2546 Cox Communications.......................(602) 277-1000 Century Link....................................... (800) 244-1111 Dial-a-Ride.......................................... (480) 497-7696

Association Information Scottsdale Ranch Community Association (SRCA) 10585 N. 100th Street Scottsdale, Arizona 85258

Humane Society................................(602) 997-7585

Barbara Sarwar Secretary

Aarash Darroodi Director

Road Construction, City of Scottsdale..............................(480) 312-5750

Office: (480) 860-2022 Fax: (480) 860-8264 After Hours SRCA Emergency/Answering Service Number: 1 (888) 271-0019 Website: Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm Phone Hours: 9 am to 5 pm

Registrar of Contactors....................(877) 692-9762

Staff emails:

Scottsdale Ranch Park...................... (480) 312-7774

Kathe Barnes Executive Director Sonja McKiness Perez Homeowner Liaison Joni Shepherd Member Services Coordinator Ricki Stamos Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper Anna Marie Gonzalez Community Relations Coordinator

Sanitation, City of Scottsdale & Dead Animal Pickup for City Streets....................................(480) 312-5600 Sanitation, Recycling Hotline, City of Scottsdale.............................. (480) 312-5611

Brian Munson Director

Joe Dawson Director

MISSION STATEMENT: “The Mission of Scottsdale Ranch Community Association is to serve as the organization through which its residents may sustain and enhance the character, quality of life, and desirability of our community.”

Scottsdale Ranch Park, Tennis & Racquetball........................ (480) 312-7774 Scottsdale Unified School District................................... (480) 952-6100 Southwest Gas..................................(877) 860-6020 Street Light Repair Hotline, City of Scottsdale..............................(480) 312-5483 Valley Metro (Bus)...........................(602) 253-5000 Via Linda Senior Center................... (480) 312-5810 Water/Sewer (Turn On/Off Service), City of Scottsdale.............................. (480) 312-2461

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Your HOA…

By Kathe M. Barnes, CAAM, PCAM Executive Director

The SRCA Administrative Office has been extremely busy processing architectural applications which means homeowners are improving that “curb appeal” that makes this such a desirable community.

By Michael Breslin SRCA Board President

Your Board Members got together for a meeting, on Saturday 7/24, to get to know each other a little more in depth and to discuss operational methodologies to assure ourselves that we all understand our fiduciary obligations to Scottsdale Ranch Community Association, and each of its individual members. During the course of our discussions we all learned more about the individual members and staff, and their perspectives and some things that drive each of us that we can utilize to make our deliberations result in the best possible result for all members.

The curb appeal of our community depends on each resident maintaining his or her property as completely as possible. For those who keep their homes and yards well maintained, the association thanks you for your efforts and good examples. We encourage all residents to pay particular attention to the following maintenance items.

A substantial part of the discussion centered on how to balance the needs of many, that result from our trying to adhere to the letter of the CC&Rs and Rules and Regulations and Architectural Guides without stif ling the creativity and ideas of each of us as individuals. We were not able to concoct a simple formula to arrive with mathematical precision for each and every decision that comes before us. We did, however, identify and discuss some criteria that will be helpful in future deliberations.

Exterior paint. Paint is a quick and easy way to keep your property looking fresh, new and clean. It will also protect against corrosion, weathering and insects.

We all agreed that the following principles must be the cornerstone regarding all Board decisions that affect SRCA or portions of SRCA: • Some matters will not necessarily result in clear cut decisions. • We must always refer to our documented vision, values and objectives. • Whenever possible, attempt to get the voice of the community on possible controversial issues.

Landscaping. Landscaping is extremely important to our community’s curb appeal. Please remove dead plants and branches. Keep shrubs properly pruned and f lowers well-tended. Keep yards free of leaves and keep those trees from encroaching onto neighboring property. Roofs. Please insure your roofs are properly maintained and cleaned. Check for cracked tiles. Driveways and sidewalks. Please repair cracks, pitted or f laking surfaces and other concrete problems. Remove weeds from sidewalk joints and debris from driveways and sidewalks. Do not use driveways for storage or auto repairs. Gutters and downspouts. Please keep them cleaned out to prevent overf lowing and f looding. Windows, awnings and decks. Please replace worn or damaged fixtures, check fittings for stability and paint all items at least bi-annually. Thanks you for keeping our community looking sharp.


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The following considerations must always guide our deliberations. • Preserve zoning, especially zoning that protects residential areas. • Reduced traffic is always a major consideration. • Maintain the status quo, since that is what existed when residents originally chose to live here. • Use the “what if ” rule: What if this WAS BEING PUT IN MY BACK YARD”. Kathe Barnes next provided a list of needed capital improvement projects for Board review and requested that we use our best efforts at prioritization. It was determined that maintenance items such as granite replenishment, Olive and Eucalyptus tree removal and erosion control would be at the top of the list. Enhancement projects that involve entryway monument modification and Lake Cove renovation would remain a priority. Additionally, there was discussion regarding a possible allocation of funds to the City of Scottsdale for an upgrade to playground equipment which will be discussed at an upcoming Board meeting. It was determined the lower priority items, at this time, would be street pathway lighting and updating our street signs. We were all extremely pleased at the conclusion of our discussions at the cohesive dynamics experienced by all members. Everyone felt free to offer their opinions, even if the opinion did not seem to be the most popular. Everyone’s opinions were pondered and respected and everyone believed their voice was heard in arriving at final agreements. The group dynamics demonstrated an ability to tap into everyone’s strengths while not totally exploring alternate views. We all agreed that it was avery gratifying Saturday spent on behalf of SRCA.

Board Bits May 2017 Meeting • Member Appointment – The Board approved the appointment of Michele Holzman as a member of the SRCA Architectural Committee. • Summer Meeting Schedule – The Board approved to cancel the July 2017 board meeting and reconvene August 22, 2017. • Summer Staff Schedule – The Board agreed to close the SRCA Administrative office at 3:00 p.m. on Fridays for the months of June, July and August. This is contingent upon that this will not result in additional costs to the SRCA due to overtime or any other reasons. June 2017 Meeting • Property & Liability Insurance Renewal – The Board approved the Finance Committee’s recommendation to renew the current Property & Liability insurance policies. • Meeting Protocol Policy Review – The Board agreed to table the discussion in order to request additional information from the Association’s counsel regarding the option for the board to offer the homeowner an audio tape in lieu of the meeting being videotaped. This will be placed on the August meeting agenda. • Construction Timeline Policy Review – The Board approved the policy as presented with an effective date of September 1, 2017. • Holiday Lighting Language Review - The Board agreed to table the discussion until further review of the overall lighting language at the August meeting.

Announcements The SRCA office will be closed on September 4th, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.

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Home & Landscape…

By Sonja Perez, CAAM SRCA Homeowner Liaison

Upcoming Weeks of Brush Collection: August 28th & October 2nd

If you have not trimmed your Palm trees yet, you are in the minority. It seems we had an early bloom this year with our palm trees and a majority of trees had bloomed out by mid- June. You most likely received a postcard if your trees were not trimmed by the end of June. With all that said I would like to talk about a compliance issue that will be prevalent on upcoming inspections.


PALM TREE TRIMMING Long term Valley residents know mid-June thru August is palm tree trimming season. The reason palms are trimmed this time of year is because they grow seed pods and fruit annually that can be messy and unsightly. Having your tree trimmed after the seed pods or fruit emerge ensures a full year to enjoy a properly trimmed, clean tree. When Caring for Palms DO; • Remove only dead fronds to a 180 degree angle, 9:00/3:00 o’clock positions as you look at the tree. • Use a sharp linoleum knife to remove dead fronds. • Remove fruit clusters to avoid pavement staining. • Remove seedling branches. DO NOT; • Remove fronds higher than a 45 degree angle. • Use dull tools. • Trim fronds before entering cool/wet season to avoid creating an environment for fungal development. • Remove more than 25% of foliage at any time. • Prune before the danger of frost. Now is the time to schedule with a landscaper or certified arborist for palm trimming, before you get that letter in the mail requesting you trim your trees. Until next time, remember to keep those trash cans stored out of sight, be kind to your neighbors and please know that I am always available to discuss any issues or concerns you may have at or (480) 860-2022. skim through them. You may be surprised at what you learn. They can be found on our website along with a plethora of information regarding Scottsdale Ranch. Be sure to visit

Announcement The Board of Directors, at the meeting held June 27, 2017, voted unanimously to modify the language in the Architectural Guidelines regarding the construction timeframe policy. These changes were put in place to allow the Architectural Committee to extend commencement dates and to impose reasonable completion dates for a project. This policy also establishes standard completion dates for minor and major projects. Below is the revised policy that will become effective September 1, 2017. Commencement of Construction and Timeframe for Completion of Construction Upon written receipt of approval, an applicant shall commence construction, reconstruction, alterations or other work pursuant to the approved drawings within ninety (90) days or such other time period that is specified by the Committee, taking into account other approvals that must be obtained for a project, subject to obtaining all necessary permits required by governmental agencies. If the project is not started within ninety (90) days or such other time period that is specified by the Committee, any approval given shall be deemed 6

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Items should be placed outside by 5 a.m. on Monday morning and the city will pick up sometime during the week. Residents, please be considerate of your neighbors - do not put your items out before Monday and neighbors, please be patient as the City has all week to pick-up in our area. Please note that this service is provided by the City of Scottsdale, and all residents are urged to check the city’s website at for updates and changes. Thank you! Moving Box Recycling: Every Wednesday Residential Solid Waste Services performs a moving box service (on a one time basis) for new homeowners. You must call (480312-5600) to set-up an appointment for pickup. Appliance Collection for Residential Customers: Schedule an appliance pickup online or over the phone at 480-312-5600. Once per month we will haul away major such as washers & dryers, stoves/ovens, water heaters, dishwashers, refrigerators and freezers. Appliances containing Freon, such as refrigerators and freezers, will not be collected unless the compressor has been removed and the Freon recovered by a certified technician in accordance with Federal Law.

revoked unless, upon the written request of the Owner made to the ARC prior to the expiration of such ninety (90) day period and upon a finding by the ARC that there has been no change in circumstances, the time for such commencement is extended in writing by the ARC. Following commencement of construction, the portions of the project that are Visible From Neighboring Property must be completed within the time frame imposed by the ARC, except and for so long as such completion is rendered impossible or would result in great hardship to the Owner due to strikes, fires, national emergencies or natural calamities. The general time frame for completion of minor projects shall be three (3) months and the general time frame for completion of major projects shall be six (6) months. However, an Owner may request a longer time frame for completion at the time of submitting his or her application by submitting a proposed construction schedule to the ARC for consideration. If an Owner fails to comply with the above time limits or alternative time limits approved by the ARC, the ARC shall notify the Association of such failure, and the Association, at its discretion, may pursue enforcement by any means available under the Association’s governing documents and/or by law. so the water can soak in and will not leave your property. Use the sewer clean out on your own property. Empty at a slow rate, or it may cause the sanitary sewer to back up. You may need to rent a pump to ensure that the f low rate is less than 12 gallons per minute. Call a septic tank hauler to pump the water and dispose of it properly.

It’s that time of year again…when out backyard pools provide refuge from the heat but seem to require constant maintenance and upkeep. For most pool systems, part of that upkeep requires backwashing or draining. It is important to remember that virtually all outdoor drains in Scottsdale are storm water drains and eventually lead to the Indian Bend Wash and the Salt River. It is a violation of Scottsdale City Code – and just bad for the environment – to release pool water into the street or wash.

Things to Avoid: • Do not drain the pool to the street, alleyway, or other city rightof-way. • Do not drain the pool into a sanitary sewer manhole in the street. • Do not drain the pool into a storm sewer inlet or drainage channel. • Do not drain onto adjacent property, drainage easements, and watercourses. For more information please see or call (480) 312-5650.

The City asks you to discharge pool water into your sewer cleanout or, better yet, into your landscaping. REMEMBER: ONLY RAIN IN THE STORM DRAIN! Helpful Hints Use the water on your own property to irrigate the landscaping. To lessen negative impacts to plants test for the following: pH 6.5 to 8.5 and chlorine below 0.1 mg/l. Drain the pool over a few day period


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Mercado at Scottsdale R anch

SE Corner Via Linda & Mountain View

Mercado Directory of Merchants & Services (480) 478-4444


Mail N Office

(480) 860-4500

38 Bank of America

(480) 767-2002


The Mercado Barbershop J & R Shoe Repair

(480) 614-1088 (602) 435-2918

37 Circle K

(480) 661-2687

13 Mercado Chiropractic



Water & Ice

(480) 661-7000

(480) 568-0988

17 Mercado Dental Care

(480) 661-6633

33 Dance Connection

(480) 661-0053

(480) 614-4444

12 Edward Jones

(480) 314-0308

Crave Grounds Coffee/Blizt Donuts

34 Envoque MD

(480) 535-8488

14 Fred Astaire Dance Studio

(480) 473-0388

28 Global Minds

(480) 718-9338

29 Goldie’s

(480) 451-6269

15 Hear USA

(480) 614-5929

7a Indulge Yourself Salon

(480) 614-1717

7b Kosmo’s Doghouse

(480) 391-3647

Par Avion

11 Piccolo Family Italian Ice


2 Samurai Sam’s

(480) 614-3555

19 Sonoran Concepts

(480) 695-4869

26 State Farm - Jordan Bowden

(480) 634-6315

24 Total Difference Bodywork

(602) 325-2190


(480) 391-9588

Ultra Dry Cleaners

9 Walgreens

(480) 391-3769

16 VK Elle’s Nails 18 Voila French Bistro & Wine Bar

(480) 614-5600

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Ginger Grilled Chicken Salad and China Mist Tea $7.29 Samurai Sam’s Teriyaki Grill 10105 E. Via Linda, Suite A104 480-614-3555 • email: Monday-Saturday 10:30 am – 8:30 pm Expires 9/30/17


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Acupuncture Services Now Available by Licensed Acupuncturist

Consultation and Evaluation



Indulge Yourself Salon by Joanne

Hair: Free Consultation Color/Highlights • Color Correction Cut & Style • Hair Extensions Keratin Straightening

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Skincare: Full Body Waxing • Anti-Oxidant Facials • Enzyme Peels Schwarzkopf 10 Minute Color Now Available!

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Featuring Schwarzkopf, Eufora & Moroccan Oil Products 10105 E. Via Linda, Suite A107, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 (480) 614-1717 • Expires 9/30/17

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Mercado Spotlight…

In September 2015, Chef Jean-Christophe Gros and his wife, Segolene Gros, packed up their lives in France and moved to the United States. After 33 years of restaurant work in France, the couple decided to bring their culinary skills to Scottsdale Ranch. Their journey began during a trip to the Grand Canyon. A short stopover in Scottsdale set in motion the Gros’ relocation. After just one day in our inviting desert city, the Gros family fell in love and decided this was the place for them to live and work. Married for 17 years, Voila is the Gros’ second restaurant; the first was sold back in France. It did not take more than one showing for JeanChristophe and Segolene to decide to acquire Voila. The intimate setting with touches of old world charm was just what they were looking for; a perfect space for Jean-Christophe to bring to life classic French cuisine, with a modern edge. From homemade foi gras and terrines to confit duck and au gratin potatoes, Voila keeps it traditional and delicious. While Segolene admits it can be frustrating to find ingredients that meet Jean-Christophe standards, their devoted following of local residents will easily tell you it’s worth it. This is no commercial chain restaurant. Specials change daily and seasonal dishes come and go. The pastries are made in house and you can always count on an interesting wine selection. Not only did the Gros’ find their restaurant in Scottsdale Ranch, they also found their home. As Venetian residents, they love the Scottsdale Ranch community. The Gros’ daughter attends a local school and they are happy to provide her with such a great community to grow up in. Voila French Bistro 10135 East Vía Linda Scottsdale, AZ, 85258 Reservations Suggested: (480) 614-5600 From the 3rd of August: Open for dinner only From the 14th of August: Open for lunch and dinner 10 10 August/September August/September 2017 2017

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By Nancy Norman Scottsdale Unified School District Communications Specialist

Summer vacation means different things to different people. It can mean finally having the time to sit down to read a book or getting together for a family reunion back home. The same is true for teachers in the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD), but they also spend their summers becoming better teaching professionals for their students. More than 500 SUSD teachers spent a week this summer taking part in the district’s annual Summer Institute. “We are happy to provide this opportunity for our teachers to learn and grow,” says SUSD Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services Dr. Steve Nance. “And we’re especially pleased that this year’s Institute focused in large part on technology. When teachers return to their classrooms this month, new laptop computers will be waiting for them, thanks to voters’ passage last year of the capital override measure.” The four-day seminar takes place soon after school is out to give teachers time to explore the presented teaching and learning concepts before they’re put into practice in classrooms. With the foundation of teaching rooted in learning, SUSD Instructional Technology Coach Vicki Anderson says teachers who attend the Institute are the perfect students. “Teachers have an innate hunger for knowledge. We must continue to learn, grow and adapt in order to effectively develop our students as lifelong learners.”

By Dr. Katie Root Principal

The Laguna staff would like to welcome Scottsdale Ranch families back for another great school year. All families are encouraged to attend Meet-theTeacher from 5:30pm-5:00pm on Wednesday, August 2nd. It is a fun filled event! On the first day of school, right after drop-off at 8:40am a special Boo-Hoo Breakfast will be held in the cafeteria. back-to school. This event is designed to provide new families with information that will assist with your transition to Laguna and the ability to begin networking with other parents. Parent Curriculum Orientation Nights will be held from 6:00-7:30pm on August 15th for PreK-2nd grade and August 17th for Gr 3-5. Arrange your babysitters now and mark your calendar for this important parent night. More information and details about these events and other school information can be found on our website http:/concrete. We are full S.T.E.AM ahead for our thirteenth year as a school focused on integration of science, technology, engineering, fine arts and math content. Laguna has been named an A+ School of ExcellenceTM three times, honored with three national awards including Intel National Award, and two state awards for exceptional instruction, enrichment programs, school culture and academic rigor. We offer morning and afterschool childcare through Kids Club, numerous before and after school enrichment programs, all-day free Kindergarten, and early childhood (Age 1yr-4 yr) programs. Please contact the Laguna office for further information about K-5 at (480) 484-2400 or the Early Learning Office (480) 484-7700 for the early childhood programs. Registration can be completed online at We look forward to seeing everyone soon! Remember, school starts August 7th so please be aware of increased traffic and use extra caution moving through school zones.

Along with all the great academic programs in place at Desert Mountain, there is also a highly sucsful athletics department! In May, the Desert Mountain Girls Tennis team defeated Mesa Mountain View for the Division 1 AIA State Championship! The girls won decisively over the Toros 5-0. It was a very exciting match but, in the end, the Wolves came out on top! Congrats to all members of the team as well as Coach North for a great season! In June, the Wolves Varsity played in the ACU Men’s Basketball Tournament and finished as the undefeated champions! Wolves went 5-0 competing against Rancho Solano, Pusch Ridge, Flagstaff, Winslow, and they closed out the tournament with a 2 point victory over Liberty High in the Championship Game. 12

August/September 2017

August is a big month at Mountainside Middle! Please remember to check the calendar for all important dates and deadlines, go to to view the online calendar. You can use this online calendar to track upcoming events like the Middle School Sports Festival on September 9th from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Named after a longtime supporter of youth programming in Scottsdale, the Virginia G. Piper Branch opened in the Scottsdale Ranch community in 1991. Since opening its big blue doors, the Branch has added a full service Teen Center, year round sports leagues, national award winning programming and more. The Piper Branch was also the named an overall Best Club by Boys & Girls Clubs of America, an honor given to one out of 4,000 Clubs worldwide, and continues to be one of the most highly attended Branches at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale.

Via Linda Senior Center hosts third annual Table Tennis Tournament, Aug. 19. This year’s tournament will have both recreational and competitive levels of play. Space is limited and registration is required – call (480) 312-5810. Don’t miss out on all the events happening at the Via Linda Senior Center! Be sure to check out and search “senior centers”. Via Linda Senior Center 480) 312-5810 10440 E. Via Linda Scottsdale, AZ 85258

For more information about 2017-2018 afterschool programs, contact the Virginia G. Piper Branch, located within Scottsdale Ranch: Phone: (480) 860-1601 Fax: (480) 344-5533 Email:

Some may not be aware, but located right within Scottsdale Ranch’s own boundaries, located over at the Scottsdale Ranch Park on the corner of Via Linda and Lakeview Drive is our very own Desert Garden Park. This beautiful park was designed to enhance the understanding of the Sonoran Desert, of botanical processes, and of the geology and soil materials indigenous to the nearby McDowell Mountains. The Garden Park features three zones: a hummingbird nest for the low desert area, a saguaro and bat sanctuary for the high desert area, and a butterf ly garden for the riparian community area. The park is free and open to the public. The Desert Garden Park first opened in 2003. Scottsdale Ranch played a significant role in the development of this amenity. Back in 1979, the developer of Scottsdale Ranch donated 64 acres of land to the City of Scottsdale for a General Public Use area in the heart of its master-planned community. The City of Scottsdale actively pursued various parties to build a public use facility on a five acre parcel on the corner of Via Linda and Lakeview Drive. The SRCA Board of Directors, staff and a special volunteer Park Committee, comprised of SRCA residents, spearheaded fundraising efforts and proactively participated in the development of this site. The garden has since been a treasured amenity for Scottsdale residents. If you haven’t already, be sure to take a few moments to go and experience this great area.

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Corks & Forks

The Scottsdale Ranch Couple’s Duplicate Bridge Group is growing fast. There is still room for monthly players and we definitely need couples who would like to be on the sub list! We meet once a month at the Scottsdale Ranch Community Center. Couples remain with their partner and the focus is on meeting new people & enjoying bridge in a casual fun atmosphere. For more information or if you are interested in joining, please contact Pat and Ben Merrill at and We hope to hear from you soon!

Corks & Forks will resume in October! We are currently looking for host homes. Please contact Jeannine Mona @ 480-353-8231 or .

Chess Club Chess is good for the memory, stress and, most importantly, creating friendships between players! Scottsdale Ranch residents interested in playing chess with fellow neighbors, please contact Khaled Shair at (708) 267-6720 or



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We are LOOKING FOR YOU!!! Please join us- we are excited to meet you. The cost of membership for the year is $40.00 and includes lunch! The Scottsdale Ranch Women’s Group meets once a month on the first Tuesday of the month at the community center at 11:00 am. The women’s group offers many additional clubs so you can become involved in many ways. The application for membership can be picked up at SRCA office, or found at You may also call Nancy McCrory for more details at (480) 656-9334. The 2017/2018 lineup includes two fashion shows, a Roads Scholar, a “High Tea” service and much, much more. Meetings resume October 3rd, 2017. *Guests are welcome at our luncheons for the cost of $ 5.00 and MUST be confirmed by reservation, as most lunches are catered.

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Ranch‌ Knitting & Crochet Group The Knitwits Club (Knitting/Crochet) meet every first Monday of the month from 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM in the Conference Room located within the Scottsdale Ranch Community Association office.

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We have among us a very talented Knitting Instructor, Marj Henry. She is willing to help you finish your project and answer any questions you may have. This group is based on forming new friendships and having some fun at the same time. We welcome any suggestions you may have. For club information, please contact Loretta Colgan, 480-391-3876 or email to

From informal play dates to storytimes and neighborhood gatherings, the Mom’s group is the perfect way to meet other families in the Scottsdale Ranch community! Enjoy activities and develop long lasting friendships for yourself and your children.

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Last year our kickoff event started the year with a brown bag blind wine tasting, a favorite of everyone! November took us to Phoenix Wine where Tom and Andrea of Phoenix Wine hand selected 6 outstanding wines to enjoy during the Holidays. In January we were lucky to have our Sommelier, Inga Varney lead us through a tasting of wine from Spain. Yes, a Sommelier. For February we journeyed to Fountain Hills for a special tasting from Charles Marinett of Grand Canyon Wine Tasting Room where the group sampled wines from Arizona as well as a bottle Charles made himself. In March, we asked Craig from Hidden Track Bottle Shop to head East to the burbs and share his best 6 wines under $15 per bottle. April we ended the season with a great social wine tasting – Italian wines, Il bosco Pizza and dessert.

The line up for 2017/2018 is outstanding! Join us , you wont be disappointed! The group meets on the last Thursday night of the month, October - April at 7:00 pm. Come out , enjoy a glass of wine and meet your neighbors.

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Most burglaries are “crimes of opportunity” where the burglar is looking for open doors, windows, and garage doors, another method of entry for burglaries in the area appear to be forced entry, such as throwing a river rock through the rear arcadia door or rear door. The suspects are targeting homes where residents are at work or out to dinner. To reduce the chances of this type of burglary, lock all doors and windows; remove any river rocks or items from the backyard that could be used to break the glass. In addition, locking all side gates and rear gates delays the entry by the burglar and forces them to jump a fence or wall creating the possibility of detection by a neighbor or passer-by. By locking the gates, it may also force a burglar to remove items by the same means they entered limiting the items they can carry. If you have a security system, arm it when you are not in the home. In some situations, the homeowner may have a working security system but fail to arm it when leaving. The room targeted the most during a burglary appears to be the Master Bedroom, This is most likely the case due to the items we normally keep in this room. The Master Bedroom dressers, night stands, bathroom counter tops and closet is where most people keep jewelry and other small items that are easily taken, concealed and transported. Place all valuables in a locked safe that is bolted to the foundation of the home to prevent removal or safety deposit box. If the home is not equipped with a safe, spread the valuables throughout the home and remove from open view. This is called “spreading the risk” in crime prevention. Complete an inventory of all valuables with the make, model and any identifying characteristics to help with the reporting of those items in the event of a loss. Use a camera to take a picture of the items which helps with memory retrieval, returning the items if found and in documenting these for the report. Other helpful crime prevention strategies include trimming all tree branches up to 7 feet, trimming bushes into a ‘V” shape at the base to limit hiding areas and trimmed below window height and away from the wall. The use of timers on radios, televisions and lamps may also give the appearance that someone is home. If you have window coverings on your windows, use them during the evening as this may prevent a burglar from observing if anyone is home. Extended vacations can change the look of your home-and thieves can often see those changes. If you’re going to be away, take measures to make your home appear to still be occupied. Have a trusted neighbor pick up the mail and newspaper. If away for an extended period, have a plan in place to have the grass mowed and bushes trimmed, as so it is not obvious you are away. If you are away from home on garbage pickup day, ask a trusted neighbor to put your garbage cans out to the street and take them back in. If you notice suspicious vehicles or people, call the Scottsdale Police Department’s non-emergency number at (480) 312-5000. This is a great number to place in your phone. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1. 22

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By Officer Kory Sneed #613 Scottsdale Police Department Via Linda District Crime Prevention Officer

As temperatures begin to cool in valley, residents will definitely want to take their bikes out of the garage and pedal around our beautiful city. With this in mind, here are some helpful tips to reduce bike thefts in your area: • Video Cameras – Reduce bike thefts in your apartment, condo or housing community; if you are able to place video cameras around your bike cages or near entrance and exit points, this may help the police identify bike thieves and deter crime. • Lights - Criminals do not like well-lit areas. Light up any areas near bike storage or bike lockers. • Locks - Use locks that work. Cable locks are easy to cut and do not deter criminals. Most of the bike thefts in Scottsdale are either unsecured or secured by inexpensive cable locks (see photo examples below). U-locks provide increased security against cutting. Secure bike in visible area and lock to a permanent fixture. • Register your bike - 80% of bikes recovered by the Scottsdale Police Department cannot be returned to owners as the bikes are never registered or serial numbers are not kept by the owners. If the Scottsdale Police Department catches someone on your bike and you cannot provide a serial number, we cannot take the bike from them (we have no proof ). You can register your bike here: • Document and photograph your bike: Keep a photograph and document your bike serial number, make, model, size and color. This allows for quick entry into police database, if it is stolen. • If you SEE SOMETHING suspicious SAY SOMETHING Don’t let suspicious activity go unreported. No one knows your apartment/condo community or home better than you! You can report bike thefts online at if you do not want to call the police department. You can file a report, leave a tip, or leave a comment. The police can’t help if they don’t know a crime trend is occurring. Cable locks can be cut. These U-locks provide added security.

Thieves like easy targets and may be discouraged from bikes, cars, storage sheds etc.…that cannot be easily accessed, have good lighting, good visibility around area or cameras. Scottsdale Police Non-emergency line is (480)312-5000 or you can use to report crimes or tips online.

AUGUST • August is Drowning Impact Awareness Month. Arizona consistently ranks among the worst states for drowning. But drowning is preventable. Show your support and commitment to water safety by wearing a purple ribbon during August. Get one at any Scottsdale fire station or aquatic center. Learn about drowning prevention at, search “drowning.” • Picking up children from school? Toxic vehicle emissions are more concentrated at ground level where children breathe. Avoid idling. While waiting, turn off your engine and roll down your window. For more information got, and search “idling”. • Parks and Recreation fall class registration begins July 31. Classes offer affordable prices, experienced instructors, and convenient times and locations. Choose from our wide range of classes. Registration begins at 7 a.m. Monday, July 31, for residents and 7 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 1, for nonresidents. To learn more go to, search “recreation”. • Hula to the Safety Luau Aug. 5. Learn practical tips on water safety all while having fun. The program takes place from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 5, at Eldorado Aquatic Center. Highlights include games, a mock rescue, and live hula and fire dancers. Regular pool admission fees apply. To find more information, go to, and search “aquatics”. • McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park closed for maintenance, Aug. 7-11. Enhancements include painting many outdoor shade structures, deep cleaning public facilities, repairing trains and several other improvements. The park will reopen at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 12. • “Using Infrared to Remotely Control Robots” - a “50 Forward” program, Aug. 12 and 17. Get hands-on instruction on how to remotely control a robot. “50 Forward” is a grant-funded series that invites those 50+ to experiment, learn and play with new technology. Two free sessions: 10:30 to noon Saturday, Aug. 12, at Appaloosa Library; and 1:30 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, at Civic Center Library. To find out more, visit www. • Learn about fabric designer and silkscreen artist Harwood Steiger, Aug. 16. Hear about this Tubac, Arizona, artist who produced beautiful designs celebrating the birds, plants and images of the Southwest. The free program takes place from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 16, at Civic Center Library. For details, visit www. • “Bag & tie” your garbage and grass to beat the August heat. Reducing spillage during the summer heat minimizes odors and pest problems. It’s more than a good idea, it’s the law. Get more refuse tips at www. and searching “refuse”.

• Attend September’s free water-efficiency workshops. Learn ways to enhance the beauty of your home while saving water and money. “Plant Selection” is from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2; and “Irrigation Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Repair” is from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9. Both are at Civic Center Library. For more event information visit, and search “water workshops”. • Most city offices closed for Labor Day, Sept. 4. Although most city offices will be closed for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 4, we will still collect trash as scheduled. Place containers where your trash is typically picked up by 5 a.m. that morning or the night before. For the latest updates check back at www., and search “holiday collection schedule”. • Discover how essential services like water, sewer and trash pickup are provided. Scottsdale’s Show and Tell event takes place in conjunction with the free Children’s Learning and Play Festival from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at WestWorld. To get the details, go to www., and search “events”. • Lifelong learning and leisure classes begin week of Sept. 11. Scottsdale’s Parks and Recreation provides close-to-home, low-cost, readily available facilities, programs and instruction. To join go to, and search “recreation classes”. • Library presents three discussions on immigration. Hear different points of view. The first program is “Immigrants and the American Dream; We the People Today and Tomorrow” is at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 11, at Civic Center Library; “Is This Racist? Racial Literacy and Social Media” at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, at Arabian Library; and “Securing Borders and Stopping Terrorism: A Constitutional Framework” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Mustang Library. To get more information visit www.ScottsdaleLibrary. org, and search “online calendar”. • Mayor’s Constitution Day Contest showcases American pride. Commemorate the signing of the constitution by submitting art/video or an essay. Prizes will be awarded in both categories for three age groups. Deadline: Sunday, Sept. 17. To submit go to www., and search “constitution contest”. • The Scottsdale Mayor and Council Economic Development Breakfast will be held on Sept. 28. Each year Scottsdale’s Economic Development Department hosts this event to share accomplishments and provide a brief look at what’s on the horizon. This year’s event is at 8 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. For details see www., and search “2017 annual breakfast”. • Celebrate Scottsdale Parks at Grand Ol’ Picnic on Sept. 30. Several city parks have milestone anniversaries in 2017. Each will celebrate in its own way through the year. But Scottsdale’s oldest park, Eldorado, will celebrate from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30. Free games, food and entertainment. For the full schedule go to, and search “picnic”.

• Haul your unwanted items to the landfill. Residential Solid Waste customers may haul up to 2,000 pounds of trash, brush or bulk items to the landfill once a week. Proof of residency is required. For more information go to, and search “resident landfill program”. SEPTEMBER • September is National Preparedness Month. Create a plan that outlines each family member’s responsibilities in case of an emergency. Make a “Go Kit” which can include food and water, medication, money, contact information and locations to meet. See, and search “September” for more information. • Downtown ArtWalks are always in season. The nights begin to cool in September, so why not enjoy a Thursday night ArtWalk? They run 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays year ’round in Downtown Scottsdale. Go to for details.

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Visit the SRCA website at under “Events” for an up-to-date events schedule.

2017 SRCA Calendar of Events Sunday













7 SRCA Knitwits 10:30 am

8 SRCA Finance Committee Meeting 4:30 pm


SR Broker Tour 8:15 am SRCA Architectural Committee Meeting 3:30 pm







16 SRWA - Evening Bunko 7 pm






22 SRCA Board Meeting 4:30 pm

23 SRCA Architectural Committee Meeting 3:30 pm





28 Brush & Bulk Collection Week Begins at 5am



31 SRCA Finance Committee Meeting 4:30 pm











4 SRCA Office Closed for Labor Day



7 SRCA Community Leadership Committee Meeting 10 am




11 SRCA Knitwits 10:30 am


13 SR Broker Tour 8:15 am SRCA Architectural Committee Meeting 3:30 pm

14 Couples Duplicate Bridge 6 pm






20 SRWA - Evening Bunko 7 pm

21 SRCA Finance Committee Meeting 4:30 pm





26 SRWA Canasta 1 pm SRCA Board Meeting 4:30 pm

27 SRCA Architectural Committee Meeting 3:30 pm


29 MOVIE IN THE PARK – The Lego Batman Movie 6 pm


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