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MAY , 2014

HARRAHS CASINO TRIP Phoenix AK-CHIN Casino Resort Friday May 16 Depart The Highlands 9:00am Return Time approx. 4:30pm $5pp Join us for a day of fun and Las Vegas style action. Enjoy a luxury ride on a beautiful motorcoach which includes water, snacks and bus driver tip. You can play slots, live poker, blackjack bingo and keno. Order complimentary nonalcoholic beverages and enjoy lunch at one of our four restaurants. If you plan to go on this trip please sign up early as we need 45 people for this to happen. Photo ID is required. Sign up at the front desk.

END OF SEASON RESIDENT APPRECIATION DANCE Featuring DJ~Warren B The Hottest DJ in Tucson Friday, May 16 7:00pm $5pp You don’t want to miss the end of season dance with DJ~Warren B who happens to be the hottest DJ in Tucson. He is fun, energetic and will play your favorite music for all night fun on the dance floor. Grab your friends and neighbors. Seat assignments are available at the front desk. 

MEET THE AUTHORS You are invited to drop into the Clubhouse on Wednesday, May 14 between 1:00-3:00pm for an informal meet-andgreet with Tucson authors Lala Corriere and Sabrina Devonshire. Sabrina Devonshire has an M.S. from the University of Arizona, has authored eight romantic suspense novels and studied creative writing in Tucson, northern California and Prague. Lala Corriere is the author of three titles in suspense, with the next book, Kiss & Kill, scheduled for release this spring. Devonshire’s most recent novel, Mai Tai Man, was published April 1 by Extasy Books. Sabrina has also published hundreds of magazine features under her real name, Susan Dawson-Cook. She’s an avid swimmer and starts most mornings with a refreshing two mile swim in the El Conquistador Country Club pool. She lives in Oro Valley with her husband, Chris, two children, and fluffy dog, Sugar.

Corriere’s credits include the endorsement and long-term mentorship from the late Sidney Sheldon, with blurbs from Andrew Neiderman author of the Devil’s Advocate, Paris Afton Bonds, KT Bryan, and CJ West. Lala’s a desert rat. She nestles there with her husband of twentyfive years, two Teacup Yorkies, and an American Curl. The two authors will share their backgrounds and some of the inspirations behind their stories. Their books will be available for purchase.

BINGO Wednesday, May 14 3:00pm Dove Mountain Ballroom Trivia Every Tuesday 4:00pm Bar

The Highlander —May, 2014 The Highlands at Dove Mountain 4949 W. Heritage Club Blvd. Marana, AZ 85658 HOA Web www.the HighlandsatDove Mountain Board of Directors Fran Crisman, President Debbi Hamernick, Vice President Jim Hefele, Treasurer Vernon Sutphin, Secretary Emmett Smelser, Director Walter Schneider, Director Max Talbot, Director

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COMMON AREA COMMITTEE On March 20, The CAC held an open forum to present the new design for The Arid Canyon Triangle. Most of the residents that are adjacent to the triangle were able to review and make comments on the design. All the comments were positive, so the CAC unanimously voted to approve the design and to move forward. The landscaping will begin as soon as the staff can fit it in their schedule. We will keep you updated. Green vests must be worn when working in the common area. Work days are the day before trash pick-up plus Saturday. So Monday, Thursday, Saturday, between 6; 00-11:00. Rattlesnakes are out, and have been seen in the common areas. Watch your Step!

ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE (ALC) HOA Staff General Manager Jeff Ziegler Controller Carol Moreno Director of Golf Brad Engel Golf Course Superintendent Mike Treanor Food & Beverage Manager Michael Veres Assistant Food Services and Banquet Manager Elizabeth Rehlander

ALC Application Permit Information So you've bought a house in the Highlands or have lived in your house long enough that it needs to be updated or you just want a change. Here are a few things you need to know and do before you act. First, either read online or pick up a copy of the ALC Design Guidelines which have been updated fourteen times since their inception. Please refer to the latest revision dated 11/20/2013. After determining the changes you want to make to the exterior of your property and reading the ALC DG, the next step is picking up or downloading a permit application and filling it out. Please print legibly giving as much detail of your proposed project as possible----drawings with dimensions, photos, plant lists with botanic names, paint colors, finishes, etc. Then drop off your completed application to the HOA office before the deadline which is the Friday preceding the next ALC meeting, held the first and third Thursdays of the month.

Building & Property Maintenance Morgan Cole

The ALC will then consider the application. Once the application has been approved, you will be notified to pick up your permit at the front desk of the clubhouse.

Activities Director /Highlander Editor Aileen Fundingsland

The ALC yellow permit must then be displayed on the front of your house while the project is underway. Permits are valid for 120 days.

Executive Assistant Judy Graydon Finance Assistant Peggy Twinn. Kathy Villalobos Member Services Susan Richards Barbara Patton

After completion of your project, return the ALC yellow permit to the HOA office. A short time later you will be contacted by an ALC member who will then visit your home to see that your project is complete and to permit. That's it. It's really easier than it seems. ALC meetings are May 1 and May 15 at 8:30am. Permit applications are due the Friday preceding each meeting. All Highlands residents are invited to attend ALC meetings. COMMITTEE MEETINGS MAY

Emergencies Front Desk Golf Shop Highlands Grill Banquets Gate House Fax

Call 911 579-9574 579-7000 579-9583 579-8881 579-2458 579-9591

ALC, Thurs. May 1 ALC, Thurs. May 15 Board Policy & Admin. May 15 Board Study Session, Thurs. May 15 Board of Directors, Wed. May 21 Common Area Committee Thurs. May 1 Financial Affairs, Thurs. May 15

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The Highlander—May, 2014

FITNESS CENTER NEWS Over 47,000 users signed in to the fitness center last year. We all know there are more who don't, which means our center is well used. Although we have some of the finest equipment available, wear and tear is beginning to have its effects. Machine repair or replacement can be costly. Punctures can start a tear in a padded seat. Do you have a pen or nail file in your pocket during workouts? Uncontrolled release of weights loosen cables, wearing them out, requiring more frequent repair or replacement of equipment. If the weights "BANG," maybe you are doing one too many repetitions?

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REIKI LEVEL I TRAINING Reiki Is For YOU!...Not Just for Those in Healing Professions Join Highlands resident and Reiki Master/ Teacher Judy Ferrig to learn to raise your energetic frequency and bring wellness into your everyday life and to loved ones (pets included!) . You will learn to work on the physical, mental and emotional levels.

Medical science has conducted studies and recognizes Reiki as very beneficial in enhancing the immune system, lowering blood pressure and heart rate, increasing the efficiency of medications, reducing levels of pain, and allowing for relaxation so the body can more readily return We can get more "Bang for our bucks if there are LESS bangs on to its natural state of well being. It is offered to patients our machines." at UAMC under a contracted program. Many people easily meditate after learning Reiki when they could never achieve that state before.


Our 2013-2014 hiking season is drawing to a close. There is a schedule for May, including 12 hikes and for June, which includes four hikes. Please refer to your email schedule or check the HOA website if you are still in town. After that, the club will be dormant until the fall. There will be an October hiking schedule published for your review. Please make your calendar for November 17, which is our annual hiking dinner. Please also make a note about our annual hiking picnic, which is scheduled for March 19, 2015. Please contact John Skillicorn ( if you will be changing your email address. We don’t want you to miss out on any important hiking information! We wish to send out a grateful thank you to our club leaders and hike leaders who have provided us a wonderful hiking season. We offered over 200 hikes this season! We hope you will try to join us for many of them next season! Happy trails! MEDICARE OPTIONS Turning 65? Retiring? Interested in $0 monthly plan premium, low copays and predictable costs? Meet with a licensed representative on May 20 in the Catalina I Room. 10:00am.

We will be meeting in Catalina II on Saturday, May 10, 12:00-5:00pm. The fee for Level I is $100. To register or for more information and upcoming classes, contact Judy Ferrig, M.S., Reiki Master-Teacher at (245-4214.) I offer CE hours. THRUSDAY MORNING COFFEE WITH PAUL Please join us on Thursday mornings at 9am in the Grille, or small conference room (when available), for an open forum and brief study of Christian topics. You are encouraged to bring your cup of coffee and study Bibles, or just drop in to listen. Paul John’s knowledge of the Bible is very insightful, and presented in such an interesting way, it makes for a wonderful and fun learning experience! This is completely non-denominational and we enjoy discussions of personal experiences and questions. For more information, call Charlene Hodges (579-8609).

Dear Friends at the Highlands, Thank you so much for the gifts and your kind wishes for our retirement. We both have enjoyed working in your lovely community.

To set up an in home appointment to discuss your Medicare options call :

Your thoughtfulness is much appreciated.

Shelley Zbojniewicz, LPN at 520.360.6478 .

Wayne & Patricia Komorowski

The Highlander—May, 2014

SUNSHINE SUPPORT TEAM Please join your friends and neighbors in spreading a bit of extra sunshine around The Highlands. If you know of a Highlands resident that is having surgery, ill, suffering a loss in the family or simply needs a boost, simply send an email to Ann Freeman at with the resident’s name and situation and a card will be sent from The Highlands HOA. Without your help someone may not receive that little boost that they really need.

BIBLE STUDY Please join us for an informal study session on the first and third Wednesdays of May, May 7 and 21 at 7:00 pm in the Arts and Crafts Room. This is a non-denominational review of God’s Word and helps us explore how He intended us to live. We will be picking up our study in Romans Chapter 8. Our leader is Paul Johns, who brings a thought-provoking and enlightening knowledge of the Word to us, often with humorous anecdotes and historical references. Bring any version of the Bible that you have, it is often interesting to compare various analyses. Our study is for beginners who may not even have a Bible to advanced scholars of the Word.

ADVENTURES IN DINING Summer Solstice Our summer events are more casual - themes, menus and recipes will all be determined at the Planning Meeting each month. The dinner will take place as long as 8-10 people sign up. The June dinner is Saturday, June 21, deadline for sign-up is Friday, June 6. The Planning Meeting date will be announced to those who sign up for the dinner. Menu ideas are greatly appreciated - also volunteers to coordinate the menu suggestions for one of these dinners, just let me know well before the planning meeting. Please respond YES or NO on eVite or by email if you would like to attend. THANK YOU Jocko and I would like to thank everyone for all your prayers, food, cards and support during this challenging time. The support of this community is Unbelievable. Jo and Jocko Canum

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NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR The Highlands Neighbor to Neighbor lending program is available to assist all Highlands residents. It only takes an email to lend or borrow a piece of medical equipment or item for visiting grandchildren. Loaned equipment is available for a limit of 4 weeks. To borrow or loan equipment contact Judy Poffenberger at or Ann Freeman at Please do not call us as we may be out of town but we can always receive and send email. This is a strictly neighbor to neighbor act of sharing. It is not a HHHOA committee.

PIMA COUNCIL ON AGING PCOA is dedicated to improving the lives of senior adults by providing appropriate advocacy, accurate information, timely assistance, and access to affordable direct services. If you have questions regarding Medicare, long-term care insurance, caregiver services, or legal issues PCOA has specialists available to assist you. PCOA also has many opportunities to volunteer on behalf of seniors. The PCOA newsletter, Never Too Late, is available in The Highlands library. If you have questions or are in need of information please contact PCOA Ambassadors for The Highlands, Mary Lou Hawkins at (979-3264)or Ann Freeman at (579-9858).

AL-ANON AT THE HIGHLANDS Meets Every Monday, 4:15pm Catalina II Room Al-Anon is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics, who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. The one purpose of Al-Anon: to help families of alcoholics. They do this by practicing the Twelve Steps, by welcoming and giving comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic. Anonymity is respected.

The Highlander —May 2014

LADY NINERS Lady Niner End of Year Event and Party!! The end of the year extravaganza planned by Pepper Walsh and her committee was a huge success! The game was a “Team Scramble” with prizes and delicious food following the golf! There were awesome door prizes and fun was had by all!!! Thanks to the event planners!!! The Annual meeting followed the party and the new board officers for 2014 -15 were installed: President: Barb Wakefield, Vice President: Toni Ernst, Secretary: Carol Airoldi, Treasurer: Cecelia Skove and Members at large: Gail Hodder, Darlene Ogan, and Marsha Zgodava. Many thanks were expressed to all the outgoing officers: President Annie Hoffman and her board : Earlene Balestrino, Patti Bourgault, Pat Johnson, Karen Haden, and Janie Seiller. Gratitude was extended to all the committee members and and Niners who so graciously gave of their time and talents to make this a great season. There were so many contributors....Many thanks!!! Annie reported that the board has selected the Marana Unified School District for our donation of $500.00 as part of our non-profit status giving for their “SnakPak” lunch program. Annie also thanked her board and especially Pat Johnson for serving three years on the board in various capacities! Thanks were also given to the golf shop and especially to Joey Moraga for helping with all our scheduling and events! The Ringer Board winners were Diane Vanderwerf and Peggie Parker!! Congrats on lots of improvement this past season!! Play for the Niners will continue on Tuesdays through April and then there will be a switch to early a.m’s in May. Be sure to keep posting scores for handicaps! Recent chip-ins for the Niners are :Pat Cahoon and Peggy Spanner. Mary Feldstein, Pat Johnson, Louise Biggs and Karen Haden received “Birdie” pins this last month! We look forward to some more golf and great events in both summer and fall: Our official Welcome Back will be November 4. Watch for renewal notices for membership to the Niners! Have a safe and happy summer!

Page 5 HIGHLANDS COUPLES GOLF ASSOCIATION HGCA Sunday, May 25 MEMORIAL DAY TOURNAMENT 8:00am Shotgun Watch for emails and flyers. We would love to have you join us. Any Questions, Call Carlene Rogers (579-2585)

The Highlander—May 2014


HOMES FOR SALE: Extended Hillsboro Model, 2/BR +den, Ex. Garage. approx. 1806 sq. ft. Furnished $275,000, unfurnished $265,00. tile through out exp. Bedrooms. Lovely yard w/water feature, enclosed front patio, Many extras. (572-9353) for appointment.

HOMES FOR RENT: El dorado Model approx. 1490 sq. ft. 2/BR, 2/BA. Fully furnished. Owner pays all utilities. Avail. 12/1/13-6/1/14. (579-9064). 2/BR, 2/BA, Furnished Keystone model on quiet secluded cul-desac. 1388 sq. ft. Fenced back yard/patio area backs up to desert. Available 5-1-14. (720-922-7774). GETAWAYS FOR RENT: Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii Condo: Spectacular Ocean View; 2/ BR, 2/BA, den with sleeper sofa, great room, and fully equipped kitchen. Enjoy spectacular sunsets. Ten minute walk to Hideaways Beach on a private paved trail; and minutes away from Hanalei Bay. View for photos and amenities. Jim or Polly (744-2313) for Highlands discount information. FOR RENT: Beau ful 2/BR, 2BA w/office Durango model on golf course over‐ looking 2nd hole tee. Unfurnished, approx. 1500 sq  ,  w/gas fireplace, guest bedroom w/murphy bed, washer and dryer,  built‐in BBQ.  $1100/month, long term rental preferred.  Contact  Nanci (248‐613‐5111).  WANT TO RENT: Long Term Lese at the Highlands (730‐7379). WANT TO RENT: Looking for long term lease starting Sep. 1. Minimum of 12 to 18 months. Also looking to buy decent used automobile. Bill (579-9320) or (253-576-5665). WANT TO BUY: SUV or pick up truck. highlands resident. Greg (906-2035). HOMES FOR RENT: 2/BR, 2/BA Fully Furnished Home, Approx. 1600 sq.ft. with 2 car garage. Private and serene location with east facing backyard that backs up to desert. Spectacular mountain sunsets with golf course and city views. Open and spacious floor plan with plantation shutters throughout. Includes all utilities, cable TV and wireless internet. Avail. Mid-Dec. thru April 30. Contact Dan (510.673.0838) or

Durango 1500 sq. ft. 2/BR, 2/BA Mt View with seclusion. Fireplace, Plantation shutterers, three bay windows, lots of tile, built-in grill & fountain. Front courtyard. HH amenities. Principal rental home. $1,150/mo. (509-548-6476) or email

WANT TO RENT: Professional couple from Seattle looking to rent unfurnished 2/BR + den or three BR home with fenced yard for dog and 2-car garage. Min. of one year beginning Sep. 1. Would like mountain views and gas fireplace and rent not to exceed $1,200/mo. Michael, of (206-619-9900).

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HOMES FOR RENT: Spectacular East View Golf Course, City Lights, completely furnished, 2/BR 2BA, (834-3990) or (744-3909). Completely furnished 2B/2B, Study, Private Patio, F.P., Built in gas grill, Fire Pit, W/D. Can send pictures Available for 3,4 or 5 month term. (303-210-9351). MISC. FOR SALE: Thomasville “Summer Cottage” square lamp table, sofa table & rectangular cocktail table, like new $775; table lamp $35; 8x10 wool hooked rug from Crate & Barrel $150; 86” sofa & 35” coordinating chair, ottoman $325, call 520-579-6800. THOMASVILLE BROOKSHIRE SECTIONAL SOFA – Purchased New in  2012 ex. condi on, taupe micro suede sec onal sofa (measures 7’10”  X 7’10”) with bun feet.  The purchase price was $3,472.  Asking  $1900 or best offer.   THOMASVILLE VINTAGE CHATEAU ROUND  GLASS TOP COCKTAIL TABLE – Purchased new in 2012 Measures 38”  in diameter and 21” high.  The purchase price was $591.  We are  asking $325 or best offer.  Call Shelley at 508‐864‐2368 to schedule a  me to see these items.    Beautiful Media Center. Lane Brand in Cherrywood finish. Sold for over $2000.00, asking $500.00 OBO. 6'WideX6'3"HighX20"Deep. Can hold up to 60" TV. Like new. Also 2000 EZ GO golf cart. New Batteries. $3000.00 (negotiable). Excellent shape. (701-261-1817) for details or pictures. Ping l-3 irons, 4-9 w/pitching, gap &sand wedges + chipper, $100. “M” Speed Cobra woods, 1,3 & 7, $50. Take all clubs with bag for $125. Drivers: Olimar DX, $10, Taylor Made Burner, $15, cobra Speed, $15. Two 2-ball Odyssey putters, $25 each. Also, a couple of different putters, include. 2 Ping Blades & a “Yes” Groove, $10 ea. OBO. Sony TV sound bar system, almost new. Receiver, sound bar, wireless remote base speaker, manual & accessories $150 OBO. Oreck XL upright vacuum cleaner with extra bags and replacement belts. $25 OBO. (579-6773). Sony Home Theater System Bound Bar with subwoofer. Get the surround sound experience without the cost & installation hassle. Bought new in Oct. 2013 for $325. A steal at $200. Whirlpool 18 cu. ft. refrig., white, ice maker, 63”x28”. Less than one year old. Great for small space, rental or xtra fridge in garage. $275. Rita (719-2211097). Ping Nome (Expandable) putter brand new $175. Titleist 910 D3 10.5 Degree Driver, Motore F3 Shaft “R” Flex (upgraded shaft), Titleist 909 F2 Fairway wood, 13.5 degree with Motore F3 shaft, R flex, both clubs $150. Titleist 910H 27 degree, Diamana R flex shaft $40. Taylor Made RBZ Hybred, 19 degree, R Flex $40. Don (603-0994

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SERVICES: HOME WATCH: Weekly inspections inside and out. HH residents Jerry and Mike (744-3909) or (834-3990). Our 11th year of JOEL’S HANDYMAN SERVICE: Specializing in IRRIGA- continuous service. As a team of five your investment is never left TION SYSTEM REPAIRS, GARAGE EXHAUST & HOT WA- unprotected. TER RECIRCULATING SYSTEMS, ELECTRICAL (incl. LIGHTING needs), PLUMBING & misc. household fixes. Joel DOG SITTING: Dependable, nurturing quality care by a dog loving couple. HH residents Terry and Jo Ellen. (465-0222). Miller, HH resident with 30+ years experience (572-8928). SERVICES:

COMPUTER SERVICES: For all your computer needs. Apple PAM’S PAMPERING SERVICE: Let me pamper your pet(s) as included. HH resident Bruno Rauch (303-0953) or (610-704-5432). I have for the past 10 years here at HH & Dove Mountain. You might know me as “Auntie Pam, the Pet Nanny”. (572-8928) or HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS Simplify cabling and operation of HDTV, internet connection. AV receivers, blue ray (907-7009). DVD, digital TV input, CD music. We can help you select and install components and try to make it simple. We also install in-wall and WINDOW FILM WORKS: Conserve Energy! Cut Cooling ceiling speakers for surround sound systems. Let George do it. (909Costs, Heat, Glare and Damaging UV! Enhance Your View! In- 7035). HH resident crease Security & Privacy. Greg’s Sun Control (906-2035) Licensed HH Resident. INTERIOR DESIGN Julia Brisk , HH Res. Professional, affordable, 35 years exp, new conRETIREMENT COUNSELING: Do you have questions regard- struction, remodel, colorizing, staging, accessorizing, custom arrangeing the use of your Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) includ- ments. Everything from the sheetrock in. References avail. ing Roth IRA’s and Simple IRA’s, 401K’s profit sharing. Defined (744-5998) or (591-2239). Free 30 min. consultation. benefit pension plans and social security? Make use of my 40 years of experience in financial services. A free service for HH ENERGY WORK IS LIFE ENHANCING residents from a HH resident. Terry Chick (572-9440). Reiki is the most medically documented complementary health healSMALL HAUL Personal Delivery Service to all of our three air- ing modality. Highlands resident Judy Ferrig, M.S., is a Reiki Master/Teacher, utilizes her training in many energy modalities and the ports, TIA, Sky Harbor or Mesa. Dennis (313-388-2850). frequencies of color, sound and crystals to enhance results to help you be well on all levels . She employs her skills to clear chakras and CLOCK REPAIR: Complete clock cleaning and servicing. auras, using techniques such as journeying, past life work, akashic Some pocket watches and wrist watches. Also batteries replaced records, visioning, acupressure points, and guides to enable clients to in quartz watches. 40 years experience. Will pick up and deliver develop intuition and replace limiting beliefs that block abundance only in HH. Gary Hayden HH resident (293-4968)) or and wellbeing. Judy clears home and work spaces to optimize environments. Her work is effective for healing and addressing wellness and behavior issues with pets as well. (520) 245-4214. SEWING: Sewing and alterations for you and your home. Reasonable prices. 50 years sewing experience. Deb Darnell (579-7520). U CALL WE HAUL No job to small, anywhere, anytime. Prices negotiable. Highlands HOME WATCH & HANDYMAN SERVICE: resident, Chuck Sommers, (217-622-3966). Weekly, Bi-Monthly or Monthly home inspections. All systems checked and not just a walk-thru. I also do handyman services covGOLF CART MAINTENANCE (free) April to Sept HH resident ering carpentry, plumbing, electrical and irrigation systems. De(812-1313). pendable results in all services with over 35 years Construction & Property Management experience. Mike Tisci (444-9207) Highlands Resident. FREE SNAKE REMOVAL AND RELOCATION: We have the tools and the experience, and can usually offer a quick response to remove the snake if you feel it is a threat to you. Bob & Sue Burgess 206-612-5866. SMALL BUSINESS WEBSITES: Design and maintain. Email me and I will send you links that are examples of my work. or (989-3735).

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The Highlander May 2014