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Cave Creek seeks development of cycling path through town MARC BUCKHOUT MANAGING EDITOR  

The town of Cave Creek will continue to examine a plan that could bring bicycle lanes and pedestrian paths through approximately 4.5 miles of Cave Creek. Following a presentation by Jason Harrington of E Group Landscape Architecture the merits of what would be an approximately $7 million project were discussed at the July 16 Cave Creek Town Council meeting.   The MAG Design Assistance

Program provides communities the opportunity to develop projects by assisting in the early planning and design stages. The intent is “to stimulate the integration of pedestrian and bicycle facilities into the planning and design of all types of infrastructure and development.” “We think this is an opportunity to bring in people from outside the community that could help spur the economy,” Harrington said. “We also think this amenity could discourage the driver that makes several stops through

town using their car where they add to traffic congestion by stopping numerous times.” Mike Rigney, the town’s assistant utilities manager, was in attendance as a member of the public in support of the plan.  “We’re developing a reputation as a place to bike, both off road and on road,” said Rigney, an organizer for the Cave Creek Bicycle Festival, which celebrated its third annual event in November.


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The Town of Cave Creek is looking for funding sources to pay to build bike lanes through the center of town. A project that would cost an estimated $7 million also would include walking paths and equestrian trails.

Former athlete offers sports, health knowledge to youth MARC BUCKHOUT MANAGING EDITOR 

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Seth Wright, 8, throws a pitch to his father, Joe Wright, during a workout at Total Sports Performance Thursday. Chris Matusz, a former college pitcher runs the facility, working with youth athletes.



After participating in baseball as a player, a coach and as a physical therapist Chris Matusz is taking all of what he has learned and combining it in his latest effort, Total Sports Performance.  The Tramonto-based business is named after Total Sports Therapy, the physical fitness office where Matusz works for owner Drew Giardina, right next door.  “I’m focusing on baseball, but I’ve worked with other athletes already,” Matusz said. “I like being able to work with the small groups or one-on-one. There aren’t any distractions here. We can just work. It’s fun


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seeing them get better.” Matusz, a Valley product and one- time Cave Creek resident, attended St. Mary’s High School, advancing to Chandler Gilbert Community College before accepting a baseball scholarship to Iowa Wesleyan College Mount Pleasant, Iowa. There he was one of the program’s starting pitchers, compiling a 16-18 career record with a 4.66 E.R.A. During his senior year Matusz went 4-4 with a 3.65 E.R.A. in 61 1/3 innings. “I got a couple looks by professional teams after college, but as a right hander I was only hitting 88-90, maybe 91 miles per hour on a good day with my fastball so they weren’t willing


to sign me,” Matusz said. Since coming back to the Valley Matusz has spent some time as a coach, a Cactus Shadows varsity assistant under then head coach Tom Scalia, before getting into physical therapy. In his latest endeavor he’s focusing most of his efforts with younger athletes. “I worked with a bunch of high school football players from Sandra Day O’Connor on speed and agility things, but mostly it’s the youth baseball kids. You get an 8, 9, 10 year old and you can pretty much start from scratch,” he said.


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Boulder Creek hires new athletic director MARC BUCKHOUT MANAGING EDITOR

These days life is a bit of a blur for Matt Hreha. The 35-yearold and his family are among Anthem’s newest residents. Since being hired as Boulder Creek High School’s athletic director in June, Hreha, who replaces Matt Kuffel, has been doing all he can to get settled both professionally and personally. Although he didn’t officially start until Monday the Jaguars new A.D. was on campus Thursday, just eight days after moving to the Valley, trying to get his bearings at the high school in between getting his family situated. “I got a chance to meet some of the varsity coaches the other day and I just wanted to get across the message that I’m a good guy and I’ll do what I can to support them,” he said. “I know when new people come in there is some trepidation,

but I think they’ll find I’m an easy person to work with. My wife and I have found a place to rent in Anthem. My oldest daughter will be a third grader at Canyon Springs Elementary and then I’ve got a two-yearold. We’re finding out about all the amenities Anthem has to offer to get them involved with. That’s exciting. We’re also looking to find a church where we’ll feel comfortable.” As a young teacher and basketball coach Hreha and his wife moved to Kingman from their home in Ohio. After a short stint there the couple moved back to Ohio in 2006 when a job opportunity drew them back to their home state. Hreha, though, said he quickly knew he wanted to find his way back to the Grand Canyon State. “I’ve been looking for the last two years and I’m really exciting for the opportunity. From my time in Kingman I got a chance to become familiar

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Matt Hreha became the third athletic director at Boulder Creek High School in the last five years when he accepted the job in June. Hreha, 35, has seven years of experience as a teacher and a coach before spending the last five years in administration.

with the Deer Valley Unified School District and knew of their schools’ reputation,” said Hreha, who coached in the Northwest Region, in which the Deer Valley schools were rivals for Kingman. Having spent the last four years as an assistant principal at a school in Circle View, Ohio, located approximately 20 miles south of Columbus, Hreha said he’s excited to be back in the sports realm. “I just love everything about

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path cont. from page 1 “Since we have hundreds of cyclists coming through town we have an obligation to give them a safe place to ride.” Rigney said Cave Creek and Carefree are notably absent in having bike lanes, which go from Phoenix and Scottsdale all the way through to Tonto National Forest.   Councilman Steven LaMar said current conditions are far from ideal for cyclists.   “You’re really taking your life into your own hands when you ride a bike on the streets in Cave Creek,” he said.   The effort would also look to develop pedestrian paths as well as equestrian trails through town.   Harrington said much of the planning for the project will come in the form of seeking out grants, explaining some project could be done in pieces, as some grants require matching funds. He adds that some grants will pay up to 90 percent of costs.   Lamar said he would be happy to help in the grant writing process.

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The Cave Creek Bicycle Festival, which had its third annual event in November includes a road-race, an off-road event as well as an event for children. Cave Creek is looking to add bike lanes through town to make things safer for cyclists.

Councilwoman Shelley V. Anderson said her biggest concern was that the equestrian contingent would be as well taken care of as the cyclists. “With the number of equestrian riders in Cave Creek it surprises me that the focus seems to be more toward cyclists,” she said.   Lamar, agreed, stating that in addition to riding his bicycle

he also has been a horse owner in Cave Creek since 1986 and would like to see the town made more friendly for equestrian riders. Mayor Vincent Francia expressed optimism that the trail through town could have a similar effect to that of the 52nd Street trail, which he said has been in use daily since it was completed.

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competitive 13 and under baseball team. Once formed, the team will compete in fall, winter and spring leagues. Additionally the team will meet for team practices not only at the facility, but also at a field where they can go through full team workouts. Matusz will also offer players one-on-one instruction. On field instruction will focus on stretching, warming-up, injury prevention, fielding, base running, bunt defense, first and

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Fatal accident shut shuts down northbound I-17 STAFF REPORT

A two-vehicle accident left one person dead at approximately 3 p.m., Saturday on I-17 just south of New River. According to reports the two

vehicles collided when one of the cars crossed over several lanes of traffic at mile post 231. Two people were taken to the hospital by ambulance and one person was taken by helicopter.

The accident closed down the northbound lanes of I-17 with all traffic diverted at mile post 229 at Anthem.

Anthem council meets tonight STAFF REPORT

The Anthem Community Council will meet at 6:30 p.m., tonight at the Anthem Community Center for the board’s monthly meeting. Amongst the items to be discussed is a recommendation by the Fiscal and Resource Management Committee to move $500,000 from the operating fund to the reserve fund.

Additionally the Community Planning and Development Committee will give a report about their July 3 meeting. During the meeting a group called Anthem Loves Dogs addressed the committee about their desire for a dog park to be created in Anthem. Currently the closest dog park is Jackass Acres located on the frontage road between Anthem and New River.

The Planning Committee also is weighing the needs for other amenities such as additional sports fields, a competition pool, improvements to the amphitheater, as well as other requested recreational facilities. The complete meeting agenda can be found at onlineatanthem. com/sites/default/files/072512council-agenda.pdf

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Scott Pinckney, a 2007 Boulder Creek graduate, represented Anthem during the British Open on Thursday and Friday at Royal Lytham St. Anne in England. Pinckney, who eventually missed the cut by two shots,

ended the first round of the Major just four shots off the lead and alone in 14th place. On the 7,086 - yard par – 70 layout Pinckney shot a 2-underpar 68 on Thursday highlighted by six birdies along with two bogeys and one double bogey. Round two would be his undoing though as Pinckney

shot a triple bogey, five bogeys and one birdie. The Arizona State graduate was the state runner-up both his junior and senior seasons at Boulder Creek. He also helped the Jaguars team to the state tournament during the 2006 season.

director continued from page 3 school level, Hreha said he has a lot of things he wants to do. Though Anthem is attached to the Valley he said he sees some parallels of being around the Jaguars program and what it was like in Kingman. “I already sense the tightknit community feel,” he said. “I want to get out and talk to as many people as possible and use the resources in the local community. I’ll ask them what they perceive is working and what isn’t working when it comes to the relationship between the high school’s athletic programs and the business community. I want

to take advantage of what is working and change the things that aren’t.” When it comes to success for the athletic department and his coaches Hreha said there’s one simple key. “I’ll try and get across the importance of communicating, whether it’s with the parents, the student-athletes, with the community and with me,” he said. Hreha said he feels strongly about the role of high school coaches. “Well, they wouldn’t keep track of wins and losses if people didn’t think that was important,

but good coaches help foster good young men and women,” he said. “ For some students there are athletic opportunites beyond high school, but for most teens it’s an avenue to have some fun, but also learn some life lessons that will help them in college or in whatever they pursue. I’m excited to get started, to work with the coaches, the students and to meet as many people in the community as I possibly can.”

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community events LIBRARY Desert Foothills Library offers class for women An interactive workshop for women on how to organize records will be available from 10:30 a.m. – noon on Fridays throughout the month of August. During the free class participants will organize a complete records binder, fostering peace of mind by knowing all critical records, documents and affairs are put together in one secure location that will be easily available when it’s needed. Discussions will include everything needed to get organized, secure places and passwords, retirement accounts, insurance policies, tax and real estate records and finl arrangements. RSVPs are required for the 4-part series. Call 480-366-5983 or email mcarrier@ Desert Foothills Library is located at 38443 North Schoolhouse Road in Cave Creek.   SHOPPING Carefree Flee Market celebrates end of summer The Kiwanis of Carefree Flea Market will take place from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., Aug. 11 at the Dave Anderson Memorial Building, located at 7177 E. Ed Everett Way. The sale will include an array of furniture, electronics, decorative items for every room in the home, including the workshop, exercise room, yard and patio. Hardware, toys, sporting goods, costume jewelry, books and miscellaneous also will be available. All electrical and mechanical items have been checked. Cash, credit cards and checks with identification will be accepted. All proceeds benefit community programs. Donations are tax deductible and can be dropped off at the flea market building from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays and from 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Saturdays. Call 480-488-8400 for pick up or more information about the sale. Dave Anderson Memorial

Building is located near the southwest corner of Tom Darlington and Cave Creek Road. FUNDRAISER Foothills Animal Rescue hosts fundraiser The Foothills Animal Rescue is having a Ladies Night Out Shopping Fundraiser from 5 – 8 p.m., Aug. 14 at Pretty Please Boutique. All items in the store will be discounted 10 percent for shoppers, with an additional 10 percent going towards the cats and dogs at Foothills Animal Rescue. Pretty Please is located in the Summit at Scottsdale, next to Safeway and Target at Ashler Hills at Scottsdale Road, at 32607 N. Scottsdale Road Suite 105. For information on Foothills Animal Rescue go to SAFETY Anthem Neighbors offers opportunity to meet local police officer  Coffee with a Cop, a program put on by Anthem Neighbors, will give Anthem residents a chance to meet local law enforcement personnel beginning with an 8 a.m., Aug. 4 meeting at Café Aroma.   The two-hour event includes an informal community breakfast and a chance to ask questions about crime and quality of life issues in our neighborhoods or on the roadways. For information go to or email  Café Aroma is located at 4220 W. Summit Walk Court.    HEALTH  Hospice of the Valley seeks volunteers  Hospice of the Valley is seeking volunteers to assist patients and support their families.  The agency is holding four volunteer orientation sessions 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. every Friday, from Aug. 3 to Aug. 24, at the agency’s Northeast office, 16117 N. 76th St. in Scottsdale. Volunteers provide respite for caregivers, read and visit


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ACTING Desert Foothills seeks youth for production of Aristocats Children ages 8 – 14 are being sough for Desert Foothills Theater’s production of Aristocats, a production based on the Disney film.

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FACEBOOK.COM/TheFOOTHILLS.FOCUS and from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturdays beginning Aug. 20 at FCF-Holland Community Center located at 34250 N. 60th St. in Scottsdale. The run of the show will be Sept. 28 – Oct. 7 and will be at Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center Black Box Theater. Paricipation fee is $200, which will be due by Aug. 18. The price includes all costume pieces, except shoes and undergarments, and will include a production t-shirt and access to all production photos. The fee may be paid online with a credit card at or by check sent to DFT, 34250 N. 60th St., Scottsdale, Az 85266. Musical Theater of Anthem starts kids early Musical Theatre of Anthem will offer MTA Minis, a series of performance classes for ages 3-5 beginning in September.  The six week sessions will focus on a various aspects of an MTA show including vocal technique, dance skills, showmanship, basic theater terminology and music instruments. Skills will culminate with a performance for friends and family at the end of each session.  Classes will be offered on Tuesdays or Wednesday at either 9 – 9:45 a.m. or 1 – 1:45 p.m. at MTA’s new theater performance space, located at 42323 N. Vision Way in Anthem. Sessions are limited to 12 participants per class.  Classes are $75 with a 10 percent sibling discount.  For information, and to register online, go to: 

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Auditions for MTA performance nears Musical Theatre of Anthem will have auditions for their upcoming musical production of Flat Stanley Jr., for ages 10 -12 and for A Year with Frog and Toad KIDS, for ages 6 – 9 on Aug. 11 – 12. All who audition will be cast. Vocal auditions for both shows will be at 11 a.m., Aug. 11. The dance call for Flat Stanley will be at 10 a.m., Aug. 12 with callbacks at 11:30 a.m. The dance call for A Year with Frog and Toad will be at 2 p.m., Aug. 12 with callbacks at 3:30 p.m. Auditions, callbacks, and rehearsals will be at MTA’s new theater performance space at 42323 N. Vision Way in Anthem. Those auditioning should prepare a musical theater song, 16-32 bars or one minute in length. They need to bring an accompaniment CD or iPod to sing with or sing a capella if needed. Registration information should be completed prior to coming to the audition and can be found on musicaltheatreofanthem. com. Information about both shows also can be found on the website. Those unable to make the scheduled audition time should contact musicaltheatreofanthem@ for an alternative appointment time. RELIGION Desert Hills church hosts Bible study Community Bible Study will have an informational coffee at 10 a.m., Aug. 18 at the Calvary Chapel in Desert Hills.


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of Cave Creek and Vermeersch Road in Cave Creek. For information call 480-4881090. Attendees will be asked for a $3 donation. POLITICS New River hosts candidates forum The New River/Desert Hills Community Association (NR/DHCA) will be hosting its bi-annual “Meet Your Candidates” night at 7 p.m., Aug. 14 at the Crossroads Christian Fellowship Church. NR/DHCA has invited candidates for the offices of U.S. Senate, U.S. District 8 Representative, Arizona Legislative District 1 (Senate and Representative), multiple County positions, and Justice of the Peace for Desert Ridge during what is expected to be an event that runs until 9:30 p.m. Tentatively, each speaker will have three minutes to speak. After all the candidates for an office have spoken, there will be a five minute question/answer period for all the candidates running for that office. The speaking time allotted may change depending on the number of candidates that RSVP. All NR/DHCA community meetings are open to the public. For information, contact Alan Muller at 602-432-2800 or Terry Marron at 623-587-7039 or visit Crossroads Christian Fellowship Church is located at 42425 N. New River Road.

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Dark Knight rises to occasion in finale of trilogy MONTE YAZZIE SPECIAL FOR THE FOOTHILLS FOCUS

The dreaded finale to a trilogy could be the most difficult film to successfully execute for any franchise, especially one that is lauded and accompanied with such high expectations as The Dark Knight Rises arrives with. The Batman reboot, headed by the auteur Christopher Nolan, has established a darker, more sinister edge with depth-rich characters that struggle with aspects of identity and moral choice. In the wake is a great introduction with Batman Begins and the near perfect sequel The Dark Knight, leaving only the final act in the Dark Knight chapter to trudge up the mountain of high expectation. And, with Internet buzz and plot rumors around every corner how could it succeed? Well, The Dark Knight Rises is an impressive feat that provides a suitable and satisfying conclusion to an outstanding saga. The film begins with a spectacular mid-air sequence in which we are introduced to the masked villain Bane (Tom Hardy), a hulking and menacing threat, who is prophesying destruction on the world. The restored Gotham City has taken control of crime however the sacrifice is weighing heavy on the mind of Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman). Gotham doesn’t need Batman anymore, so it seems,

and Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) has been living as a recluse in Wayne Manor for the past 8 years however aided by the ever-compassionate voice of reason Alfred (Michael Caine). Batman does not possess super powers, underneath the costume he is a man, and Bruce Wayne has been feeling the side effects of the physical life of the hero. Bane’s setup is complex and involves plans that directly threaten Gotham City and Batman. Bane is an unforgiving, yet intelligent tyrant, determined to restore balance to the world through the destruction of Gotham and the implementation of civil anarchy. Bane isn’t the only criminal in Gotham; the lovely Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) is a cat burglar who steals from aristocrats, one of who is Bruce Wayne, and her theft of a family heirloom provokes Bruce out of seclusion and back into the cape to investigate. While Bruce Wayne has been absent his enterprise has been suffering. Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) is trying save the business by partnering with philanthropist Miranda Tate (Marion Cotillard) who is planning on using the company’s technology to provide clean, sustainable energy for the world. However, Bane has other plans for Wayne Enterprises. The story, however complex, dreadful, and dark, is

something that needs to been seen before spoilers abound. It’s terrific and encompasses the whole of the Dark Knight story in clever and ingenious ways. There is some interesting social commentary going on as well; correlations to the economic


4.5 out of 5 Dir: Christopher Nolan Starring: Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, Michael Caine, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt woes of our society, the Occupy movement, class identification, and our nations overwhelming need for control and dominance are all examined in some form.

Nolan is an amazing director; he understands the dynamic of character development and how to build dramatic elements around spectacular action sequences. This a complicated film to direct and write, there are loose ends that need to be wrapped up and character dilemmas that need to solved, and to a point those aspects are accomplished. The addition of new characters and how they function within the story makes it complicated at times, which makes for a small flaw in execution. The acting is impressive. Christian Bale is good as Batman but even better as Bruce Wayne. The fact that Batman is missing for a large portion of the first act could hinder the film, but Christian Bale does such a good job as Bruce Wayne

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it actually improves it. The film gives more time to Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, and Michael Caine, definitely not a bad thing considering they own each of their characters in inspiring ways. Anne Hathaway is good as the self indulgent Selina Kyle, as is Joseph Gordon-Levitt who plays John Blake an overzealous cop that understands what is truly at stake for Gotham City. Tom Hardy has the difficult task of following up the performance of Heath Ledger’s Joker. Hardy is good as Bane; it’s a difficult role considering much of the emotion of the character must be portrayed through the eyes since his face is covered with a voice-altering mask. Hardy has proven overly capable of being able to embody numerous characters in past films, and he does his best with the slightly obscured and confusing personality of Bane. The Dark Knight Rises is a striking and captivating film that builds on the sturdy foundation of the first two films. Superhero films are inherent with familiar trappings, it’s not often that one continuously excels and remains engaging, especially one that runs nearly three hours long. Enjoy The Dark Knight Rises it offers a fitting finale to an impressive trilogy.

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Finders are not always keepers Have you ever been remodeling your home and discovered $500,000 hidden in the walls? Neither have I. But it did really happen to some people in Arizona. A fairly unique gentleman continued to live in his house until he died. He WILLIAMS had a habit of hiding valuables (such as cash, gold, stocks and bonds) throughout his home, often in green ammunition cans. After his death and over the course of the next seven years, his daughter and her sister looked for hidden valuables. They eventually sold the house. The new owners purchased the house “as is” and hired a company to remodel it. Shortly afterward, $500,000 in cash was found hidden in ammunition cans in the walls. Litigation between the prior owners and the current owners followed.

The Arizona Court of Appeals noted that common law classifies found property as being either mislaid, lost, abandoned or treasure trove. Property is considered mislaid if the owner intentionally puts it somewhere and then later forgets about it. Before property can be considered to be abandoned, it must have been voluntarily forsaken by its owner. A finder of lost or abandoned property has a greater right to possess it over anyone other than the rightful owner. In contrast, a finder of misplaced property has a duty to turn the property over to the owner of the premises, who then has a duty to safeguard the property for the true owner. The appellate court looked at the facts and circumstances surrounding the case. The new owners argued that the discovered cash was abandoned and belonged to them. The daughters argued that their father’s money should be part of his estate.

Abandonment is not presumed and must be proven. In short, it must be established that someone voluntarily and intentionally gave up their known rights to the property. In this case, it was undisputed that the original owners did not even know about the additional cash and as soon as they became aware of it, they attempted to protect their rights by seeking to recover the property through pleadings in probate court. Given the facts of this case, the property could not be considered to be abandoned. There was no evidence that the gentleman, who kept at least some of his money in military ammunition containers, intended to relinquish ownership of those funds. The appellate court gave the money to the original owner’s family. The case is Grande v. Jennings, 229 Ariz. 584, 278 P.2d 1287 (Ct. App. 2012). Judge Williams is the presiding justice of the peace for the Northwest Regional Court Center. His column appears monthly in The Foothills Focus.

Freedom and responsibility must be connected I so enjoyed reading about Gilbert Lopez “Former Cave Creek council member earned stripes in Air Force.” (The Foothills Focus, July 18) Recently we have endured and heard much about freedoms from dissident groups all over our country.  In celebrating our Independence Day, I reflected seriously about the promises and the pitfalls of freedom and the men and women like Mr. Lopez to whom we owe our freedoms. What is freedom though? Freedom to have a say in government? Freedom to do what I want to do?  Freedom to have no government?  Freedom to take what other people are unable to keep me from getting? Freedom to travel

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where I want using whatever means I want?  Freedom to act in a way that may be dangerous to myself or others? Freedom to take more for myself than others can have? Freedom to buy what I need? Freedom to buy more than I need?   Freedom to use more than I need?  Freedom to use for myself what others need?   Freedom to blame?  Freedom to  enslave?  Freedom to misrepresent the truth for my own ends? Freedom to hurt or kill? Unless it is tied to personal responsibility and the concept of the brotherhood of mankind, Freedom can be dangerous. Is it possible to have freedom without responsibility? What is responsibility? To tell the truth. To keep informed. To make accurate

judgments about information. To live in harmony with my neighbors. To understand other people on the planet. To live in harmony with the planet. To accept the same freedoms for others that I covet for myself.  To accept the equality and worth of all peoples. To bring no harm to other people. To leave this “campground” ( our planet)  better than we found it. Freedom that is synonymous with greed will destroy us as a society. But freedom closely aligned with responsibility can be our salvation.

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Anthem theater group seeks sponsors

Construction is almost completed at the Musical Theatre of Anthem Space, but we need your help. Would you please consider sponsoring one of our new theater projects listed below? You can choose something from the list below, or give a blanket donation to cover the standard construction costs (e.g., Plumbing, Electrical, Walls, Permitting Fees, etc.). Your sponsorship will include a private concert with appetizers and drinks, as well as “sponsored by” signs on or near the items.

Fire-rated Doors/Door Framing/Installation (your name would be on every door!) - $17,000 Air conditioning (6 of these contributions available) - $5,000  Sound - $1,000 Lighting - $2,000 Dance Floor - $5,250 Mirrors for Dance Room - $750 Banner Installation - $500 OR Sign - $3,000

Headshot bulletin board for performers and Lobby Set-up - $250

Volunteer Meals (4 of these) for volunteers who have worked countless hours in the new space painting, building, etc. - $250

Cubbies for Performers - $250

Recognition Plaques - $1,000

Shelving - $250

The auditorium will be named after the largest contributor - $25,000 or more

Frames for Performer Photos and Show Posters (2 of these) - $250 Storage Organization for Sets, Props, and Costumes - $1,000 Tile Installation for Bathrooms - $2,000 Bathroom Partitions - $2,000 Floor Trim/Base Boards for Walls - $500 Fire Alarm - $5,000

Please also let us know if you would like to spearhead a fundraising campaign. We greatly appreciate your support. Jackie and Jeff Hammond,Artistic Director and Managing Director Musical Theatre of Anthem

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BENEFICIARY: PERMANENT COMMON SCHOOLS PERMANENT COMMON SCHOOLS (INDEMNITY SELECTIONS) For a complete legal description of the land, prospective bidders are advised to examine the right of way application file as well as all pertinent files of ASLD. Said right of way easement has been valued at $142,857.00 and consists of 3.70 acres, more or less. Additional requirements and conditions of this right of way are available and may be viewed at the Arizona State Land Department, 1616 West Adams Street, Phoenix, Arizona. The complete file associated with the described land is open to public inspection at the ASLD, 1616 West Adams Street, Phoenix, Arizona, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., exclusive of holidays and weekends. Please direct any questions regarding this Public Auction to the Rights of Way Section of the Real Estate Division of ASLD at (602) 5424098. This auction notice is available on the ASLD’s web site at Each potential bidder must show ASLD’s representative a cashier’s check made payable to the Arizona State Land Department in the amount specified under Terms of Sale Paragraph (A) below. TERMS OF SALE: (A) At the time of sale the successful bidder must pay the following by a cashier’s check: (1) The value of the right of way, which is $142,857.00; (2) A Selling and Administrative Fee of 3% of the value of the right of way, which is $4,286.00; (3) Reimbursable Estimated Advertising Fee, which is $2,500.00; (4) Reimbursable Appraisal Fee, which is $3,000.00 . The total amount due at the time of sale is $152,643.00 (less $5,500.00 and less $142,857.00 for Advance Deposit into suspense if the successful bidder is the applicant for a total amount due of $4,286.00). (B) Within 30 days after the auction date the successful bidder must pay the full balance of the amount bid for the right of way and pay a Selling and Administrative Fee of 3% of the purchase price for the right of way less the amount paid under (A) (2) above. (C) No Selling and Administrative Fee shall be collected by ASLD if the successful bidder at auction is the beneficiary of the land trust. (D) Within 30 days after the auction date the successful bidder shall be required to pay the actual legal advertising cost, less the amount paid under (A)(3) above. BIDDING INFORMATION: (A) The time of sale shall be deemed to be the time of declaration of the highest and best bidder. The bidding will begin at the total value of the right of way. A bid for less than the value of the right of way easement or by a party who has not inspected the right of way and/or the associated files and records of ASLD will not be considered. 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Quality Discount Tile, LLC


Tile Installation


Nancy’s Pet Service


Equine • Canine • Feline

Exterior & Interior RICK SHARER

*Serving the Valley for 20 Years*

Quality Work Guaranteed Licensed/Bonded/Insured ROC 173761 & 173762

Shower Remodeling • Porcelain - Travertine Plumbing, Painting • Interior and Exterior

Professional Pet Care

• Guaranteed Lowest Prices • Highest Quality Work Call Pete! • FREE Estimates

Nancy Schatzberg B.A. Equine Science


602.799.0099 Member Pet Sitters International

Licensed • Bonded • Insured ROC# 226716

Certified Professional Pet Sitter



Also All Phases of Pest Control Services Including: Africanized Bees • Roaches Wasps •Spiders • Crickets Pack Rats Pigeon Control • Scorpions Ants • Ticks Locally owned & operated in Cave Creek, AZ

Serving the Valley for over 20 years!

FREE ESTIMATES! • Maintenance • Seal Coating • Crack Repair • Asphalt Patching • Paving & Overlays • Sport Courts & more


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ULTIMATE POOL SERVICE Reliable and Dependable Weekly Pool Service and Repairs

OWNER/OPERATED For 22 Years Call Tim at

Surveillance Cameras



Surround Sound




“Everything but Ordinary”

Call Pamela 602-214-8224

TVs Sold and Installed


Let your dogs have fun herding the llamas or just hanging out with the emus and giant tortoises on our private 4-Acre Fenced in Ranch


623-465-7900 I8479BC, Licensed, Bonded, Insured

We’ve been making it better for over 50 years. Free Water Evaluations

Online at: SoftWater


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Specializing in Quality Termite Control

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Get seen by over 55,000 readers Every week WITH an AD IN THE service dIRECTORY

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starting at

ROC258174, ROC258174

• Softeners $895 • Reverse Osmosis $395 • Water Heaters $595

(623) 551-PETE (7383)

call 623-465-5808 for details TRUCKING

Jody’s Trucking “Delivering Rock Solid Quality Service” • Granite • ABC • Sand •River Rock • Fill Dirt • Boulders • Arena Sand • Rip Rap


Installation & Service

Professional Water Treatment Services


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Private Independent Contractor

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Complete Pool Remodel Deck & Tile

10 years experience!

• Landscaping Packages • Lighting Packages • Sprinkler Systems • Maintenance • Pavers & Stone Veneer • Flagstone & BBQs • Fire Places & Fire Pits

ROC 227561


We also pick up the following:

Car Batteries Electrical wiring Appliances Junk Cars Air Planes Even your Broken Down Spaceship! Etc, Etc. Etc.

Call Robert at 602.550.7776


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Please visit our website at to place your classified. Rate for classifieds are $.50 per word and must be prepaid. Deadline for classifieds is Wed. at 5pm for the following Wed. issue. Classifieds may also be faxed to 623-465-1363. Please note that no classifieds are accepted over the phone.

Notices Becky Knorr from Walmart Smart Styles is doing hair. Please call 623-680-8231 for appt. Al-anon Meetings in Anthem. Mondays 10:45am. St Rose Parish. 2825 W Rose Canyon Circle. S/W corner of Daisy Mtn & Meridian Summer is here and so are the critters. Call New River Recycle. We come pick up at NO CHARGE. We take just about anything. Old washer/dryers, AC, water bladders, fencing, barn roofing, any kind of metal. Will pay some cash for old cars and batteries. Please call for your pick up. 602920-4989 or 480-325-2905. Leave message we will get back to you. DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR BOAT TO HERITAGE FOR THE BLIND. Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Deductible, Free Towing, All Paperwork Taken Care Of. 888854-9442. (AzCAN) ATTENTION DIABETICS with Medicare. Get a FREE talking meter and diabetic testing supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, this meter eliminates painful finger pricking! Call 888-274-7930. (AzCAN) VAGINAL MESH IMPLANT ALERT. Implants used to repair pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence may lead to scarring, bowel & bladder perforation, urinary problems, and additional surgeries. To see if you qualify for Money Damages, call James Rolshouse & Associates at 1-800-951-7306. (AzCAN) Appliances Whirlpool Gold fridge, oven, dishwasher. Black in color $450 for all! 623-742-0369/602-214-5692 ATV/Cycle/Etc 1960 to 1976 Enduro or dirt bike wanted by private party. Must be complete 50cc to 500cc. Will look at all, running or not. 480-518-4023 Autos 2004 Dodge Intrepid. Nice all around car, loaded, needed nothing but now it doesn’t run. $1200. 623-533-1675 1964 to 1972 classic sports car,

muscle car wanted by private party running or not. 480-518-4023 Cable/Satellite TV Network. Starting at $19.99/ month PLUS 30 Premium Movie Channels FREE for 3 Months! SAVE! & Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL - 888-459-7118. (AzCAN) Finance LIFE INSURANCE QUOTES. No sales calls. No personal information required and it only takes a minute or two www. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS. WIN or Pay Nothing! Start Your Application In Under 60 Seconds. Call Today! Contact Disability Group, Inc. Licensed Attorneys & BBB Accredited. Call 888-859-3767. (AzCAN) Help Wanted

CAREGIVERS NEEDED Full Time or Part Time Experience Desired But Will Train also Carefree Homecare 25 Easy St. Suite – C, Carefree, AZ


Send Resume to: Security Officers/Gate Host positions available in N. Scottsdale & Cave Creek at exclusive gated communities. $12 to $12.50/hr. Ideal applicants will be able to work flexible hours, have good computer skills, the ability to multi-task in a busy environment. Great customer service skills a definite must. Valid AZ Guard License preferred. Clean criminal history & MVR required. Extensive background check will be performed. Please apply in person Wed thru Fri at Trident Security, 7720 N. 16th St. Suite 430, Phx, AZ 85020 from 9 AM to 4 PM. License # 1003110 Experienced pool cleaner needed. Company vehicle provided. Must have clean driving record. $12/

hr. Fax resume to 623-780-0465 or call Brenda at 602-795-4466 or apply in person at Emerald Pools 34406 N 27th Dr. #192, Phoenix, AZ 85085 Part time teacher needed in Anthem: Part time teacher needed for a homeschooled female 5th grader. MonThurs mornings (12-16hrs) per week.Must have exp and references. Will need a 9 month commitment from AugMay. Great job for a retired teacher who has a passion for teaching. You would follow the school yr calendar with all major holidays and vacations off. Pay rate is $14-$17.50 an hr. Please email resume to or fax to 623-243-4136 Located in Anthem, looking for young minded, positive, energetic team players with a sense of humor to help adults with developmental disabilities swim, go bowling, fish, play basketball, go to the movies, play board games and many more indoor and outdoor activities. Must have a clean record and drivers license and we will provide the training! 401K/Profit sharing, paid vacation time, $9.25 to start without prior training or experience. Contact Jen 623-551-6134. C & R Tire is hiring entry level sales people. Full and Part time. Call Ralph at 602-391-3416 ADVERTISE YOUR JOB Opening in 87 AZ newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www. (AzCAN) ATTENTION DRIVERS: Apply now, 12 drivers needed. Top 5% pay, 58 years stability. New KW Conventionals. 2 mos CDL Class A driving experience. 877-258-8782. (AzCAN) EMERGENCY MED. TECH, must be HS grad ages 17-34. No experience needed. Paid training, benefits, vacation, regular raises. Call Mon-Fri (800) 354-9627. (AzCAN) TRAIN TO DRIVE BIG RIGS!! Southwest Truck Driver Training

Earn your CDL and get Job Placement!!! Local and OTR jobs available. Call 602-352-0704 for info (Located in Phoenix). (AzCAN) Instruction AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-314-5370. (AzCAN) EARN COLLEGE DEGREE ONLINE. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 888-216-1541. www. (AzCAN) MEDICAL OFFICE TRAINEES needed! Become a Medical Office Assistant at SC Training! No experience needed! Job placement after online training! HS Diploma/ GED & PC/Internet needed! 1-888-926-6058. (AzCAN) Livestock & Supplies Will trade roofing work for 2-4 horse gooseneck trailer. Licensed contractor. 602-616-9753 Saddle & Tack Repairs. Western & English plus Racing saddle too. 30 years exp. Buy-Sell-Trade. 23yrs same location. Circle Mtn Rd & 18th St. 623-465-7286 Saddle Circle Y Western Show and Parade 1700 with silver bridle and collar and pad. $1700 623-465-4493 English Saddle – Spring Seat 16in and pad. Made in Crosbey England, Mark V11 Commander, excellent condition. $275. Call Arline 623-465-7397 TRIPLE R HORSE RESCUE is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. We rehabilitate and adopt out local horses that have been abused, neglected or rescued from slaughter. We are in need of donations and sponsors to help with feed and vet care. Volunteer opportunities are also available. For further info, please call 602-396-8726 VOLUNTEER-SPONSORADOPT! Dreamchaser Horse Rescue offers a myriad of volunteer opportunities. Please consider joining our Dreamchaser family!

We need animal lovers who are willing to help with everything from ranch chores to fundraising! We have sanctuary horses who need sponsors, and horses available for adoption. Come see us: www. or Susan at 623-910-6530 MISC. Tires. 4 Michelin P 265 70R 15 1 BFG $50. 623-551-1129 Trailer, Diamond Plate, Pindel Hook, 28,000 lb. gross. 30ft equipment or hay. Clean. $3,400 623-465-4493 Drag Triangle, 12x12 ft, 400 lbs w/ flip over rippers. $1200 new, now $450. 623-465-4493 English Saddle – Spring Seat 16in and pad. Made in Crosbey England, Mark V11 Comander, excellent condition. $275. Call Arline 623-465-7397 Misc Wanted Wanted: CASH PAID for guns, wagon wheels, wagons, anvils, wooden barrels, western antiques. 623-742-0369/602-214-5692 SELL YOUR UNWANTED GOLD jewelry and Get Cash! Ranked #1 on NBC’s Today Show. SellYourGold Call to request a Free Appraisal 1-866-616-4043 Pets & Supplies Rattlesnake proof your dog now. Snake proofing for all breeds of dogs. New River location. 480-215-1776 www.vipervoidance. com

or other business services Contact: 602-499-4226 Dave’s Mobile Trailer Service - Inspect / Repair / Replace - Grease Seals, Bearings, Magnets, Brakes & Weld & Electrical Repairs. www. davesmobiletrailerservice. com 602-361-6551 Summer is here and so are the critters. Call New River Recycle. We come pick up at NO CHARGE. We take just about anything. Old washer/dryers, AC, water bladders, fencing, barn roofing, any kind of metal. Will pay some cash for old cars and batteries. Please call for your pick up. 602920-4989 or 480-325-2905. Leave message we will get back to you. Desertscape Nursery Open Daily 623-492-0799 Sporting Goods Guns: 12GA side x side shot guns 4 each $399ea. Dennis 602-579-9954 Trailers Vermeer Equipment flatbed trailer. 8ftx12ft, 3.5ft Beaver Tail w/ fold down ramps. Heavy duty 3 axle, new tires, lights, wiring and chains. Pintle hitch, easy pull easy back. $3000 obo. 602-717-3063

REMEMBER TO ADOPT! Maricopa County Animal Care and Control 602- 506-PETS. www. Sheltie & Collie rescue have beautiful dogs for adoption. 480488-5711 Services Offered Crowley Consultants, Inc. Business Management and Administration Specialist Will assist with...Develop business operations and process structure, project management or event coordination, update policies, review or create business processes, research business trends, data entry or create business documents (Excel, Word, PowerPoint presentations, websites, FB)

Real estate Commercial Property Historic Opportunity! Own the 108 yr old Crown King General Store! Real Estate, Business, Post Office, Gas Pump & more. Small house included. Historic mining town in tall pines of Crown King. Learn more about our town & store at Escape from the rat race! Owner/ broker 602-717-6363 C-3 For Lease approx. 850 to 3000 sqft. Was Riverside Food Mart in the New River Plaza. Very reasonable to match economic

times. 46639 N Black Canyon Hwy. Frontage Road. 623-640-7978 Room For Rent Big House in gated area southwest of Cave Creek/Carefree Hwy. 2 rooms joined by private bath. Bedroom furnished. Garage, cable, wi-fi. Private entrance. Access to house, kitchen and pool. Washer/dryer, personal fridge. Non=smoking, no pets. Room ready to move in. Utilities incl. $600mo plus $400 dep. Clean person. 480-488-3215

Roommate Wanted 2 rooms for rent in Anthem. Wifi, Direct TV. Shared common living area. $500 mo plus security deposit, includes utilities. Non Smoker & Non Drinker. 623-6808231 Rentals One bedroom house for rent, New River. $600/mo + electric 602527-3171 7/25 1565 Sq Ft Home on almost 1/2 acre with double garage. On hill great views. A/C 3 bedrooms 2 full baths. Lived in for one year. $895

Mo. Cool at 4,000’ elevation. CJRealty 928-632-7473 Tired of searching for a Rental? Call Jo at Coldwell Banker Daisy Mtn 480-326-8825 at absolutely no cost to you!! Real Estate ADVERTISE YOUR HOME, property or business for sale in 87 AZ newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www. (AzCAN)

Land For Sale 40 ACRES FORESTED RANCHES North of Prescott, AZ. Priced to sell! Cool majestic wilderness. 6200’ elevation. Deer/ Elk country. Terms available. 602957-7132 for brochure. Visit: www. (AzCAN) DEEPLY DISCOUNTED for immediate sale. Windsor Valley Ranch Log Cabin on 8+ acres with newly installed well, only $115K; 7 acres on county maintained road with electric to lot line only $18.5K. Motivated to sell. Reasonable

offers will be accepted. Discount for cash or low lender financing. ADWR report available. Call AZLR 866-552-5687. (AzCAN) AZPINES.COM Tall pine forested homesites across NO. AZ surrounded by National Forest lakes, streams & skiing. All utilities, from $236 mo. with no qualifying seller financing, no closing costs. Photos, maps, prices, area attractions. 1st United 602-2640000. (AzCAN)

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Expect the Unexpected Introducing an all new dining experience at Carefree Resort with the newly reinvented Lariat restaurant. Boasting an impressive new menu featuring traditional, innovative cuisine and a modern lounge serving signature cocktails, The Lariat takes dining to a whole new level.

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Prime Rib Special $14.95 For reservations call 480.488.5300 *Excludes tax & gratuity. Reservations suggested.

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