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Scottsdale nurse practitioner goes from writing prescriptions to writing 1st novel Since her days in nursing school, Emily Brett has dealt with her feelings through writing. “It’s my catharsis,” says Brett, a Scottsdale resident and nurse practitioner. “When you are in the nursing profession, you see a lot of death and pain, and so I would write pieces to deal with my pain and get it out.” After Brett’s son was born prematurely and spent two weeks in the NICU, writing was her way of coping with her worry, as well as her joy when he was able to come home. Her love of writing coupled with her experiences both as a nurse and watching other nurses tend to her newborn son inspired Brett to write her first novel, “Found.” Recently, Brett released the story about a 27-year-old ICU nurse named Natalie Ulster, who has a strong case of wanderlust. Seeing her first novel in print caused Brett to feel a range of emotions, from excited to scared. “I worked so hard to get it published and didn’t think of anything else, so now that I have it in print, it’s kind of scary,” she says. In “Found,” to get away from a deranged nurse, whose husband passed away suspiciously, Brett writes that Ulster accepts nursing assignments in Belize, Australia and Arizona.

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Along the way, Brett says, the heroine narrowly misses death several times, including a severe food allergy, a poisoned drink and being thrown overboard in the Great Barrier Reef. Brett says that her health-care experiences were helpful as she wrote a story that combines mystery and romance with adventure and selfdiscovery. Brett says she wanted to give readers an exciting plotline that would keep them turning the pages. “Reading about a nurse, people might think, ‘OK, fine,’ so I wanted to add in that human element,” she says. “Natalie’s passion is taking care of people and wanting to use her profession to really help them and ease their pain and care for them,” Brett adds. Brett says that she and Ulster also share a love of traveling. “I used to travel all over the place and I kept a documentation of all of my journeys,” Brett says. “So every place Natalie went in the book is a place that I have been.” Brett already is planning her next novel. The heroine will be an emergency-room nurse who is a single mom. For more information about Brett, visit www.emilybrettbooks.com. “Found” is currently available at retailers including Amazon, Barnes & Noble and IndieBound.org.


Scottsdale boy, 11, raises nearly $7K for Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children Zachary Prutting is a kid with a big heart. Having a father with the entrepreneurial spirit, the apple hasn’t fallen far for the 11-year-old. Zach likes music, so much that he got his own DJ equipment. Both he and his dad saw possibilities, and Zach formed his own DJ business. “He kind of picked up the entrepreneurial spirit at an early age,” said Tony Prutting, 47, Zach’s father. “His love of music, his passion for it, it was fun as well as a way for him to make some money as a DJ.” Then, Zach saw quickly that he also could use his DJ business philanthropically, again mirroring his dad, who has organized many charitable events. The boy created Zach’s Zebra Family Fun Run, which recently attracted 68 runners and walkers to an easy one-mile event in Scottsdale and padded the total that Zach had been raising for Arizona Cancer Foundation

Foundation For Children, a 501(c) (3) non-profit foundation, whose mission is to provide social, emotional and financial support to families managing the health and well being of a loved one with pediatric cancer. Funari’s daughter, Ava, had lost her life to cancer Zachary Prutting at his DJ board. Sara Waterman Photography at age 5. Zach now routinely volunteers at Funari’s foundation, and For Children. With an initial goal of $2,500, the Zebra Run – so named he’d done a DJ gig at Gainey Ranch on because Zach’s favorite animal is the the foundation’s behalf the week before zebra -- put Zach near the $7,000 mark. his Zebra Run. His fundraising efforts have inspired “He came in one day and said, ‘I want to raise money for kids with cancer,’ ” many local businesses and the community to get involved. Each child Prutting said. The Prutting’s neighbor, Chrisie in the Zebra Run received a medal Funari, had founded Arizona Cancer donated by Blue Ribbon Awards. They

snacked on pizza, pink lemonade, bottled water, Harkins movie popcorn and treats. They were entertained in a bounce house, with “tattoos” or face painting done by a professional artist. They walked a red carpet and had pictures taken. And, of course, they were entertained by Zach, the DJ. “Zach’s desire and passion to want to help kids going through cancer treatments pulled a community together like I’ve never seen,” said Joyce Laszloff y, owner of The Stylish Table, which donated decorations and helped Zach coordinate the Zebra Run. Tony Prutting took it all in as a proud dad. “It is very cool, very rewarding,” Prutting said. “He’s very excited about it. It makes him feel really good.” To to donate to Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children: donate .a z c ancer found ation .or g/ fundraise?fcid=762656.

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residents, donated one dollar at a time. Scottsdale Cares is an easy way to help neighbors in need by adding $1 to your monthly water bill. Simply pay the grand total and $1 will be automatically donated to the program. Your donation goes to assist disabled adults, to suicide hotlines, and to home-delivered meals for the elderly. And while we’re in a mood to be grateful, let’s not forget “Alli Ortega Empty Bowls.” Named after a longtime “Empty Bowls” volunteer who died in 2014, the event takes place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Scottsdale Community College Cafeteria and Student Center, 9000 E. Chaparral Rd. The idea is simple: Buy a bowl of pasta or soup and keep the bowl, with proceeds going to the Vista del Camino Food Bank.

Matt Carter is not busy enough. The Scottsdale culinary whiz has served up French-accented cuisine at the Zinc Bistro and Latin variations at The Mission, but this month Chef Carter added a third restaurant to his list: He is now consulting chef at the Bonfire Grill and Bar in Old Town. The Bonfire emphasizes wood-fired specialties. Appetizers at the Bonfire include cheddar biscuits brushed with smoked seasalt butter and beer-battered house pickle fries. Among the entrees are Scottish salmon served on alderwood skewers and rosemary-smoked pork loin. Even the desserts are smoky. Try the castiron toasted marshmallow s’mores. Call 480-9456600 for more information. scottsdaleperformingarts.org. We first-world folks have it pretty easy, but sometimes we forget that some of our neighbors cold use our help. That’s why Scottsdale has a voluntary utility-bill donation plan. Initiated in May 1995, Scottsdale Cares has received more than $1 million from city

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Many of Ingleside’s well-heeled guests stayed for extended time during the winter months and relied on the resort for meals. In this updated photo, Ingleside staff pose beside a table set for guests. Photo courtesy Scottsdale Public Library. In this 1915 photo, a guest of Ingleside enjoys a game of golf with Camelback Mountain in the distance. Ingleside’s 9-hole course began south of the canal and then crossed over to the north. In the early years of the resort, the greens were composed of oiled sand instead of grass. Photo courtesy of Scottsdale Historical Society.

From Canal to Resort: The Ingleside Inn By Scott Shumaker The Ingleside Club House, completed in 1910, was Scottsdale’s first luxury resort and helped establish the city as a vacation destination. The resort grounds straddled both sides of the Arizona Canal near 60th Street, and the waters from the canal nourished a thick canopy of citrus, olive, and palm trees on the property. The resort catered to vacationers from the midwest and east coast, and boasted many lavish amenities, including an asphalt tennis court and the area’s first golf course. The proprietors of Ingleside, William J. Murphy, and his son, Ralph, knew the canal and the surrounding area well: William was the contractor who completed the 35-mile canal in 1885. With the Arizona canal opening investment in the Valley, Murphy became a major buyer and seller of land in area. The luxurious Ingleside resort was partly intended to showcase the glories of the Salt River Valley to potential investors. The resort thrived for decades before closing in the 1940s.

A bird’s-eye vie of Ingleside shows one of the resort’s cottages and the property’s lush greenery. Photo courtesy Scottsdale Public Library.

Table: Many of Ingleside’s well-heeled guests stayed for extended time during the winter months and relied on the resort for meals. In this updated photo, Ingleside staff pose beside a table set for guests. Photo courtesy Scottsdale Public Library.

The Ingleside arranged outings and other entertainment for its guests beyond the resort. In this undated photo, Ingleside guests enjoy a meal while watching Native American dancers in Echo Canyon. Photo courtesy Scottsdale

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You’ll adore these family outings this holiday season By Kimberly Hosey Holiday season is upon us (I know, it seems like it was JUST Halloween), and no matter how your family likes to spend your time together, there’s something nearby to do, see or hear to celebrate. Here are just a few ways to make your holidays with kids or teens even more special.

Holiday Lights at McCormickStillman Railroad Park All aboard! If you’re looking to add some locomotive fun to your holidaylight viewing, McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park’s signature train ride will take you through a winter wonderland of holiday lights arranged in Christmas scenes, with holiday classic music playing all the way to keep everyone’s spirits high. Check out the event Dec. 9 for live music, a tree-lighting ceremony and a visit from Santa, who will return every night through Dec. 23 to celebrate as you check out the park’s own fantasyland. Train rides are $4 and carousel rides are $2. Children younger than 3 years ride free with a paying adult. 7301 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale. 480-312-2312. www.therailroadpark.com/events.

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Lights display started as a modest hanging of 5,000 blue lights in the trees on the grounds of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the public to enjoy. The display has since become an area staple with nativity displays, countless lights, reflecting pools, recorded holiday messages in English and Spanish and coming together to tell the story of Christ, but also to welcome visitors of all ages and faiths to take in the beauty and joy of the season. Volunteers build the display components starting in the summer. If you want a free Christmas outing, some holiday cheer or a fabulous photo op, this is a great bet. The visitors’ center will also be open, and the Mesa Temple Christmas Concert Series will accompany the lights. The display is open 5-10 p.m. nightly. Free. 525 E. Main St., Mesa. www.mesachristmaslights.com. Friday, Nov. 25, to Saturday, Dec. 31.

for an immersive experience. Kids will enjoy talking to the interactive Jengo the Talking Giraffe, returning with his pal, Tortuga the Talking Tortoise. For an extra fee, kids can touch the stingrays in Stingray Bay, ride a camel or take a spin on the Endangered Species Carousel. ZooLights run 5:30-10:30 p.m. Check the website for special appearances on select days by the Dei Gloriam Handbell Choir, Red Mountain Carolers and Miss Amy’s Music Imaginarium. Also check out “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” in the 4-D theater. Tickets are $18, but you can purchase discount tickets with membership, an online purchase or with value tickets good for certain nights. 455 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix. 602-273-1341. phoenixzoo.org/event-items/zoolights. Wednesday, Nov. 23, through Sunday, Jan. 8.

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Phoenix’s largest real outdoor ice rink can almost make you forget you’re in Arizona for a few hours—until you realize you get to go home to a snowfree driveway. It’s win-win! CityScape in Downtown Phoenix hosts the rink, which has seen growing crowds in recent years. This year, the rink is offering tickets for particular times to reduce long wait times: two sessions on the Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays that the rink is open, and three sessions any open days between Monday and Thursday. If you’re looking for an iconic holiday-

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in-the-city experience, hit the ice beneath their towering Christmas tree, become bathed in multicolored light shows, and glide around (OK, try your best) to your favorite holiday music. They kick things off with a grandopening celebration Saturday, Nov. 26; with free photo ops with Santa, as well as Anna, Elsa and Olaf from “Frozen,” live musical performances and an official tree-lighting ceremony. Admission is $15, $10 for senior citizens, veterans and children 8 or younger. CityScape, 1 E. Washington St., Phoenix. www.phxicerink.com. Saturday, Nov. 26, to Sunday, Jan. 8 (Check website for specific open days and session times). Lights of the World Lantern Festival at Rawhide Rawhide at Wild Horse Pass and the U.S.-China Cultural and Educational Foundation team this year to bring the world’s largest lantern festival to the Valley. The festival, celebrating the first month of the lunar Chinese calendar and traditionally held to mark winter’s exit, will feature traditional Chinese lantern-festival themes, as well as modern technology and lights with displays ranging from 18 to 60 feet. Each night, cultures from around the globe will be celebrated, with themed sections—including 11 exhibits and 75 dazzling displays—celebrating Christmas and specific regions of the world. There will be rides, games and a daily performance showcasing acrobatics, dance and music. The festival runs 5-10 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 5-11 p.m., Fridays, and 3-11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $24.99 for adults 13 and older; $19.99 for military members with ID and seniors 65 and older; $14.99 for kids 3-12 and free for children younger than 3. 5700 W North Loop Rd., Chandler.


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How to make a Memory Clock It has become a family tradition the past few years for my kids and me to hand-make Christmas gifts for all of the grandparents. This year’s gift was inspired by a product I saw in a catalog: a clock with binder clips in place of the numbers. What a cool idea, but I bet I could make one better than what I saw-- and I did! law talk

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Step 2 Find the center of your clock face and drill a hole in the center for the clock motor. Place the number template in the center of the clock face and mark all twelve spots where the numbers would go. Drill a small tap hole in each of the twelve spots with the smaller drill bit.

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Step 3 Follow the instructions that come with the clock motor to secure to the clock face. Step 4 Cut 12 pieces of colorful paper in approximately 2” squares. Match each of these with a corresponding photo and secure with a binder clip. Make sure they don’t interfere with the hands of the clock. NOTE: Nail polish is a great way to add some color to the washers, screw heads and clock hands if desired.

Insert a wood screw through a washer. Place one side of the handle of a binder clip around one of the tap holes, then tighten the screw and washer over the handle, and repeat for all 12 spots.

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Mad as a cat She was mad – one might even describe it as cataclysmically livid. She focused her ire at the entire family and made us aware of her displeasure with a decidedly cold shoulder and stiff whiskers. We all knew the cause of her chagrin and weren’t about to give in to her demands. She gave us a silent, loathing stare with piercing green eyes while standing expectantly by the back door. Her intense gaze was unrelenting. As were we. None of us was about to back down, despite the death wishes she was throwing our way via her highlyevolved extrasensory perceptive skills. The reason for her fury was no mystery: Her backyard privileges had been nixed due to a persistent and unwavering habitual pattern of

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behavior we found unacceptable and downright murderous. Simply put, we refused to let her chase birds in hopes of killing them via a game she calls “play.” That got her goat. Boy, did it ever. She loves chasing birds – is practically passionate about it. That’s only the start. She displays the same morbid behavior with mice, snakes and even the occasional common housefly. She acts like it’s in her DNA or something. I suppose it’s to be expected. She is a cat. Birds and cats are mortal enemies, with cats typically being at the higher end of the food chain, giving her the definite upper hand – or outstretched claw, as the case may be. Still, when not hunting, she’s so refined. So postured and polished. So

proper in the way she holds her tail. So dainty in the manner she nibbles her cat treats. So sophisticated in the way she jumps up on the TV table to block our view. Even when sleeping, she exhibits a certain amount of elegance. Like that of royalty. When her fixed gaze failed to bore a hole through any of our skulls, she relented to naughtiness, clawing at the wooden door, the carpet, couch and anything else she could reach. She can be a sassy-frass that way. We told her she was being naughty. She disagreed, telepathically, of course. Then, still furious and fuming, she picked herself up on her delicate cat paws and sashayed out of the room. I figured she had in mind to go upstairs and poop on our bed. It’s what I would have done, had I been an angry cat. But cats are too neat for public pooping. She had something much more powerful in mind. She was going to ignore us. Oh, the pain. Cats are so smart. I noticed her unpresence with the familial group the rest of the evening. She came down for her nightly treat but

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otherwise remained in an undeterred reject-human mode. Then the sun set and it was time for bed and she was still AWOL. We aren’t sure where she spent the night, but it wasn’t with us. Maybe she was hunting inside – for spider webs and dust bunnies. We’ll never know. The next morning she was back to her loving and royal self. Rubbing up against our legs, flipping her tail in a cat dance and standing by the back door, expectantly. We pretended not to notice her lust for the hunt. She’s full of surprises, this tiny, sometimes angry, cat of ours. It seems like she’d be more comfortable wearing a tiara, not using a pair of razor-sharp claws. Then again, I suppose princesses have been known to hunt. And get mad – mad as a cat. And now I know what that looks like. Categorically. Jill Pertler is an award-winning syndicated columnist, published playwright, author and member of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. Don’t miss a slice. Follow the Slices of Life page on Facebook.


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Cookies and Cocoa with Santa

Kids meet Santa while everyone enjoys cookies, cocoa and holiday crafts. When: Thursday, Dec. 15, 5-7 p.m. Where: Scottsdale Paradise Valley Family YMCA, 6869 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale Cost: Free Info: 480-951-9622 or valleyymca.org

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A winter wonderland of light and displays awaits as you take a ride on the Paradise & Pacific Railroad. When: Dec. 9-Jan. 1, 6:30-9 p.m. Where: McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, 7301 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale Cost: $4 Info: Phone or therailroadpark.com

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Get free photos with Santa, enjoy live music, see a tree lighting, let the kids play and watch a feature film. When: Saturday, Nov. 26, noon-8 p.m. Where: The Quad, Scottsdale Quarter, 15059 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale Cost: Free Info: 480-270-8123 or scottsdalequarter. com

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Holiday Pet Festival

Cute rescue animals, pet products and services, an agility course, free samples, contests and you can bring your own pet. When: Saturday, Dec. 3, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Where: WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale Cost: Free

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Phoenix Children’s Chorus

Join the always-spectacular Phoenix Children’s Chorus for their “Joy to the World” holiday concert and get the holiday spirit early. When: Sunday, Dec. 4, 4 p.m. Where: La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, 6300 E. Bell Rd., Scottsdale Cost: $10-$20 Info: pcchorus.com/annual-concerts

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Sonoran Desert Chorale

One of the best community choirs in the Valley brings its “Desert Voices of Christmas” concert to Scottsdale, featuring holiday favorites, accompanied by brass, percussion and organ. When: Sunday, Dec. 11, 3 p.m. Where: La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, 6300 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale Cost: In advance, $18 adult, $15 children/ seniors; At the door, $20 adult, $18 children/seniors Info: 480-835-7059 or sonorandesertchorale.org

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mixers and then an evening of bowling fun. When: Saturday, Dec. 10, 6-10 p.m. Where: Valley of the Sun JCC, 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale Cost: $40 (members), $50 (nonmembers) Info: 480-634-4949 or vosjcc.org/event

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A Very Hairy Javelina Holiday

Childsplay Arizona presents a charming holiday musical about three javalinas who get a different Christmas than they expected. When: Saturdays and Sunday, through Dec. 24 Where: Tempe Center for the Arts Theater, 700 W Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe Cost: $12-$26 Info: 480-921-5700 or childsplayaz.org/ Javelina-Holiday

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A Winnie the Pooh Christmas Tail

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Philharmonic brings free classical music to Scottsdale By Carson Mlnarik There seemingly is art around every corner in Scottsdale, but for exposure to classical music, there is one place to go: the Scottsdale Philharmonic. Its next free concert is Sunday, Nov. 20, at Scottsdale Bible Church, 7601 E. Shea Blvd. at 4 p.m. What exactly is the difference between a philharmonic and a symphony? The terms are essentially synonymous. A symphony orchestra is a generic term referring to a large orchestra, typically featuring 18 to 25 instruments. A philharmonic orchestra is part of a proper name and used to distinguish one group from others. The Scottsdale Philharmonic has been

performing free shows for the community since its inception in 2012. The nonprofit symphony is funded by contributions from the public and the business community. Its goal is to make classical music accessible to all parts of the population. “We want to bring beautiful classical music to people of all ages as well as children and enhance the cultural environment of Scottsdale,” says Joy Partridge, president and co-founder. The Scottsdale Philharmonic consists of 85 professionally trained musicians,

events calendar Nov. 20-Dec. 20, 2016 Let’s Be Strong and Single A workshop for middle-age, newly single woman as they move on to the next stage of life. When: Thursday, Dec. 1, 10-11 a.m. Where: Valley of the Sun JCC, 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale Cost: Free (RSVP) Info: 480-483-7121 or https://www.vosjcc. org/event

Jackalope Art & Craft Fair Shop more than 150 local vendors of handmade clothing, jewelry, home décor and art. Plus, live music, DIY workshops and food. When: Nov. 26-27, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Where: WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale Cost: Free Info: jackalopeartfair.com/visitphoenix Holiday Gift Craft Kids and teens 10 to 18 learn how to make a cute snowman vase suitable for gift giving or decoration. When: Thursday, Dec. 1, 4:30-5:15 p.m. Where: Mustang Library, 10101 N. 90th Street, Scottsdale Cost: Free (space limited; pick up a ticket from staff before event) Info: 480-312-7323 or scottsdalelibrary.org

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Electronics Recycling Day Your old electronics, such as computers, entertainment and office equipment, contain hazardous and valuable materials that should be recycled. The city makes it easy with a free drop-off day. When: Saturday, Dec. 3, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Where: Corporation Yard, 9191 E. San Salvador, Scottsdale Cost: Free (proof of Scottsdale residency required) Info: 480-312-5600 or scottsdaleaz.gov

including violin, viola, flute, oboe, percussion and timpani players. Audiences usually range from 1,500 to 2,000, attracting all age groups -- from families with children to senior classicalmusic enthusiasts. “We are in our sixth season as a nonprofit, community-service organization that helps enhance the cultural environment of Scottsdale by providing free classical music concerts, making the music accessible to all segments of our population,” said Danielle Hampson, the philharmonic’s director Off-Road Industry Swap Meet Browse a full selection of off-road adventure and race vehicles, including dirt bikes and mountain bikes. Pick up parts to improve your own off-road masterpiece. When: Saturday, Dec. 3, 10 a.m. Where: WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Rd, Scottsdale Cost: $10, Kids 10 and under free Info: 480-242-6575 or azoffroadswapmeet.com

Jack Alves Scottsdale guitarists Jack Alves will explore the history of four acoustic guitars – a Martin 6-sting, a Taylor 12-string, a Pletz Classical nylon string and a 1928 National Steel guitar – and then demonstrate each with instrumental renditions of Christmas and holiday songs. When: Thursday, Dec. 8, 3-4 p.m. Where: Palomino Library, 12575 E. Via Linda, Suite 102, Scottsdale

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of marketing. Its website documents testimonials from Arizonans across the state who have become regulars after seeing one concert. A handful have even become volunteers. Not including the musicians, more than 130 volunteers work to present five free concerts each year says Partridge. The Nov. 20 show will feature pieces such as “Beethoven Symphony #7,” “Copland Outdoor Overture” and “Rimsky Korsakov Russian Easter.” Doors open at 3 p.m. Guests can opt for $15 VIP preferred seating and get a reserved seat in the front of the house and their name in the program. The group also will perform a special Christmas show on Dec. 15 at Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts with soloist Maria Dominique Lopez. Its next planned free shows are in February, March and May. For more information and an upcoming performance schedule, visit scottsdalephilharmonic.com. Cost: Free Info: 480-312-7323 or scottsdalelibrary.evanced.info/signup/ EventDetails?EventId=46670 Film Screening: ‘50 Children’ Narrated by Alan Alda, this film shows the true story of Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus, a Philadelphia Jewish couple who traveled to Nazi-controlled Vienna in 1939 and saved 50 children. When: Thursday, Dec. 8, 7 p.m. Where: Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale Cost: $10, $5 student with ID, free for survivors Info: 480-634-8050 or http://www. bjephoenix.org Sister’s Christmas Catechism Who swiped the gold from the baby Jesus? Sister and her students take the case in this hilarious play for all ages and faiths. When: Weekends, Dec. 9-11, 16-18, 2 or 8 p.m. Where: Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, 7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale Cost: $31-$39 Info: 480-499-8587 or scottsdaleperformingarts.org Kid’s Night Out Kids in Grades K-5 hang out at the pool and splash pad for fun activities while mom and dad enjoy their own night out. When: Saturday, Dec. 10, 6-10 p.m. Where: Valley of the Sun JCC, 12701 N.


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Try Cinnamon Walnut Rugelach for the holidays Happy Holidays Everyone! If you’re looking for something wonderful to gift someone or serve at your holiday get-togethers, try one of my very favorite treats, Rugelach! It’s said to have come from the Yiddish word “rugel,” meaning royal. Rolled out delicate dough filled with a variety of ingredients, Rugelach (pronounced Rug-a-Lach) has grown in popularity from a Jewish specialty that was baked during the holidays to an American favorite enjoyed all year long. It seems as though every country has its own version and name for Rugelach and there are hundreds of recipe

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variations for this bite-size goody. For the dough, sour cream or cream cheese is added to the flour, which makes for flavorful dough that’s extremely easy to work with. These oneor two-bite morsels generally are filled with ingredients like sugar, cinnamon, walnuts, raisins, chocolate, or preserves with a little cinnamon sugar sprinkled on top. Again, there are many ways to roll and cut Rugelach, but the classic shapes are crescents or slightly flattened squares. I know that Rugelach is baked en masse for the Hanukkah celebration, but there are plenty of chances in the days ahead to make, bake and deliver these delicious and delicate gifts from the kitchen for the holidays ahead!

For the filling 1 ½ cup sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon salt 1 ½ cups walnuts, finely chopped Directions: In a mixing bowl, blend butter and cream cheese until well incorporated. Add flour, sugar and salt, blending well. Gather dough and divide into two balls. Refrigerate in plastic wrap for at least 1 to 2 hours. Meanwhile, make filling. In a bowl, mix 1 cup sugar, 2 teaspoons cinnamon, 1/8 teaspoon salt and 1 ½ cups chopped walnuts. When dough is chilled, cut each ball into two pieces. You will have 4 dough balls to work with.

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For the crescent shape: On a lightly floured surface, roll dough ball into an approximate 9-inch circle 1/16 of an inch thick. Sprinkle ¼ of filling mixture over circle, leaving a ¼ inch border. Gently pat filling into dough. Cut circle into 12 wedges. Roll each wedge up starting at the wide end to form a crescent. Sprinkle top with filling mixture. For the square shape: On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into a 9-inch long rectangle. Sprinkle ¼ of filling mixture over dough, leaving a ¼ inch border. Gently pat filling into dough. Starting at the bottom, roll dough up tightly into tube shape. Gently flatten tube with your hands. Cut into 1-inch squares. Sprinkle tops with filling mixture. Place pieces onto parchment lined (or lightly greased) baking sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for about 15-18 minutes or until deep golden brown. Makes about 36 pieces. Dough can be made ahead and stored in plastic wrap for up to one week. Baked Rugelach can be frozen.


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have a DJ, who is fun but he’s not overwhelmingly loud. It’s a fun, upbeat vibe.” Maggiore says that he trains his staff to treat this like a house party. The family’s restaurant lineup also boasts awardwinning dining destinations in Scottsdale and San Diego, including Tommy V’s Urban Kitchen and Bar, Vivo! Ristorante, Hogs N’ Hops BBQ. The Hash Kitchen’s original location at Gainey Ranch, which took over the space from the family’s Cuttlefish Ocean Kitchen, has proven to be successful, thanks to the couple and Tomaso Maggiore. As executive chef, Maggiore created the menu at The Hash Kitchen, which offers nontraditional hashes, eggs benedict, frittatas, scramblers, pancakes and waffles. For lunch, The Hash Kitchen serves the likes of

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Spa810 opens 4th facility at Scottsdale Rd./Shea Blvd. Scottsdale-based spa810 recently opened at Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard, its fourth facility in the Scottsdale area. Andrea Jefferson and Shani McKee, long-time friends, are the owners. Spa810 emphasizes three unique services: custom massages, custom medical-grade facials and laser pain-free hair removal. It also sells skin-care products. “The strengths of the brand are the Spa810 franchises and their professional staffs, who have passion and give care to their guests,” said John Dunatov, Spa810 chairman. “We are proud of our franchise partners who just opened their beautiful unit in Scottsdale and are grateful to the entire Spa810 team that makes events

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Inaugural Shops at Gainey Village Christmas festivities set Dec. 8 The Shops at Gainey Village will bring live holiday music by Affinity, with lead vocalist Alice Tatum, pictures with Santa, horse-andcarriage rides, Disneyland’s Good Time Carolers and a trackless train for children in their inaugural Christmas event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $510,000 Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE Location Subdivision Bed SqFt SOLD PRICE Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE 10240ENSan 77th St Dr LA CUESTARanch, SUGGS 3 Bath 2 2,120 2,185 Under Contract Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt Under SOLD PRICE McCormick RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 Contract 8526 Daniel 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $510,000 8526 E San AZ Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under $510,000 Contract Scottsdale, 85258 $510,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $510,000 Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale, AZSt85258 85258 $510,000 9707 ENMountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 13 12 2,185 850 Under $510,000 $157,000 10240 77th LA CUESTA Contract 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 333 222 2,185 Under Contract 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 2,185 Under Contract 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 2,185 Under Scottsdale, AZ 85258 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 3 2 2,185 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 10240 N 77th St85258 LA CUESTA 3 2 2,185 Under Contract Contract Scottsdale, AZ $519,000 $519,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 2 2 1,053 $160,000 9707 E Mountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 1 1 850 $157,000 Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE Location Subdivision Bed Bath SqFt SOLD PRICE 9707 E Mountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 1 1 850 $157,000 9707 E Mountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 1 1 850 $157,000 9707 E Mountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 1 1 850 $157,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 9707 Mountain View Rd 1403 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 11 3.511 2,120 850 $157,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 Under Contract Scottsdale View Rd RACQUET 9707 Mountain CLUB 850 $157,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ $510,000 9340 N 92nd St85258 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 22 22 1,274 $190,000 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS $160,000 $510,000 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $510,000 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 222 222 1,053 1,053 $160,000 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 1,053 $160,000 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 1,053 $160,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 22 1,053 $160,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 3 2 2,185 Under Contract 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 1,053 $160,000 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 3 2 2,185 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 10240 N 77th St LA CUESTA 3 2 2,185 Under Contract Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 22 22 1,590 $299,000 9340 N 92nd St 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 1,274 $190,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 9340 N 92nd St 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 22 22 1,274 $190,000 9340 N 92nd St 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 1,274 $190,000 9340 N 92nd St 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE $190,000 Scottsdale, AZ 9340 N 92nd St 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 1,274 $190,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 9707 View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET 12212 12212 1,274 850 $157,000 9340 E N Mountain 92nd St85258 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGECLUB ONE 1,274 $190,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 850 $157,000 9707 E Mountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 1 1 850 $157,000 Scottsdale, AZ AZ 85258 85258 Scottsdale, 13555 NPleasant 92nd SCOTTSDALE HILLS 32 22 1,335 $305,000 7610 E Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN $299,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZPl 85258 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 222 222 1,590 1,590 $299,000 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 1,590 $299,000 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 1,590 $299,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 22 22 1,053 1,590 $299,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8787 Mountain View Rd 2088 ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS $160,000 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 1,590 $299,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 2 2 1,053 $160,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8787 E Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 2 2 1,053 $160,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZPl 85258 9297 E Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 13555 N 92nd SCOTTSDALE HILLS 3 2 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 13555 N 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE HILLS 3 2 1,335 $305,000 13555 N 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE HILLS 3 2 1,335 $305,000 13555 N 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE HILLS 3 2 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 13555NN N92nd 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE HILLS 33 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 9340 StPl 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 2 2 1,274 $190,000 13555 92nd SCOTTSDALE HILLS 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 22 22 1,274 $190,000 9340 N 92nd St85260 101 Scottsdale, AZ McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 1,274 $190,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 85260 10235 E Clinton St BENT TREE 3 2 2,049 $413,500 9297 E E Blanche Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 44 2.5 2,264 $370,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 9297 Dr DESERT SHADOWS 2.5 2,264 $370,000 9297 E Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 9297 E Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 9297 Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 2 2 1,590 $299,000 9297 Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 McCormick 22 22 1,590 $299,000 7610 E Pleasant Run Scottsdale, AZ 85260 McCormick Ranch, Ranch, PLEASANT PLEASANT RUN RUN 1,590 $299,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 85260 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 9247 EEDreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 43 2.52 2,348 $430,000 10235 Clinton St BENT TREE TREE 2,049 $413,500 Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale, AZ 85258 85258 10235 E Clinton St BENT 3 2 2,049 $413,500 10235 E Clinton St BENT TREE 3 2 2,049 $413,500 10235 E Clinton St Scottsdale, AZ 85260 BENT TREE 2,049 $413,500 10235 E Clinton Clinton St Scottsdale, AZ 85260 13555 N 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE 333 222 1,335 $305,000 10235 E St BENT TREE HILLS 2,049 $413,500 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 13555 N 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE HILLS 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 13555 N 92nd Pl SCOTTSDALE HILLS 3 2 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, AZ AZ 85260 85260 Scottsdale, 9561 E Presidio Dr CASA PRIVADA 3 2 2,478 $435,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,348 $430,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,348 $430,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl 9247 E Dreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,348 $430,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 444 2.5 2,348 $430,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 85260 9247 E Dreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 2.5 2,348 $430,000 Scottsdale, AZ 9297 Blanche Dr 2,264 $370,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 2.5 2,348 $430,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 9297 E Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 9297 E Blanche Dr DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Scottsdale, 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8049 N Presidio Via AZ Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2 33 22 2,013 $455,000 9561 Dr CASA 2,478 $435,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 9561 E E Presidio Presidio Dr CASA PRIVADA PRIVADA 2,478 $435,000 9561 E Dr CASA PRIVADA 3333 2222 2,478 $435,000 9561 E Presidio Dr CASA PRIVADA 2,478 $435,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 9561 E Presidio Dr CASA PRIVADA 2,478 $435,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 10235 EPresidio Clinton St BENT TREE 2,049 $413,500 9561 E Dr CASA PRIVADA 3 2 2,478 $435,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 BENT 33 22 2,049 $413,500 10235 E Clinton St Scottsdale, AZ 85260 BENT TREE TREE 2,049 $413,500 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8178 E Del Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, Ranch, HERITAGE HERITAGE VILLAGE TERRACE2 2,560 $480,000 Scottsdale, 85260 8049 Palma McCormick 3433 22 2,013 $455,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8049 N N Via Via AZ Palma McCormick Ranch, Ranch, HERITAGE HERITAGE VILLAGE VILLAGE 2 2 2,013 $455,000 8049 N Via Palma McCormick 2,013 $455,000 8049 N Via Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2 3 2.5322222 2,348 2,013 $455,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8049 N Via Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2 2,013 $455,000 8405 Turquoise Ave PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 2,750 $600,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl DESERT SHADOWS 4 $430,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8049 N Via Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2 2,013 $455,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 85258 DESERT SHADOWS 44 2.5 2,348 $430,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl Scottsdale, AZ DESERT SHADOWS 2.5 2,348 $430,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 85258 SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 2,328 $485,000 9531 E E Del Desert Trl Scottsdale, 85260 8178 Platino Dr McCormick TERRACE 4344 2222 2,560 $480,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8178 E E Del Del AZ Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, Ranch, HERITAGE HERITAGE TERRACE 2,560 $480,000 8178 Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE TERRACE 2,560 $480,000 8178 E Del Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE TERRACE 4 Bath 2 2,478 2,560 $480,000 Location Subdivision Bed SqFt SOLD$435,000 PRICE Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8178 Del Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE TERRACE 2,560 $480,000 8533 Thoroughbred Trl PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 2.5 3,842 $717,000 9561 E Presidio Dr CASA PRIVADA 3 2 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8178 Del Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE TERRACE 2,560 $480,000 8405 E Presidio Turquoise Ave PARADISE PARK MANOR 33 3322 2,750 $600,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 85258 McCormick Ranch, CASA 2,478 $435,000 9561 E DrAve Scottsdale, AZ 8405 Turquoise McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 2,750 $600,000 CASA PRIVADA PRIVADA 2,478 $435,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8405 E Turquoise Ave McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 3 2,750 $600,000 85258 8405 Turquoise Ave PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 2,750 $600,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8526 E San Daniel Dr McCormick Ranch, SUGGS RANCHO MCCORMICK 3 3.5 2,120 Under Contract 85258 8405 Turquoise Ave 3 2,750 $600,000 8344 Thoroughbred Trl PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 3,654 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8405 Turquoise Ave McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 3 2,750 $600,000 85260 9531 E Desert Trl SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 2 2,328 $485,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 85258 9531 E Desert Desert Trl SWEETWATER RANCH RANCH ESTATES ESTATES 2,328 $485,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 9531 E SWEETWATER 33 22 2,328 $485,000 Scottsdale, AZTrl 85258 $510,000 9531 E Desert Trl SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 2,328 $485,000 Scottsdale, AZ 9531 E Desert Trl SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 2,328 $485,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 85258 Trl 8049 N Via Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 22 3433 2.5 222 2,013 $455,000 9531 E Desert Trl SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 2,328 $485,000 8533 Thoroughbred PARADISE PARK MANOR 3,842 $717,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 E 8049 N Via Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2,013 $455,000 8533 E Thoroughbred Trl PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 2.5 3,842 $717,000 8049 N Via Palma McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2 3 2 2,013 $455,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8533 E Thoroughbred Trl PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 2.5 3,842 $717,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 McCormick Ranch, 8533 E Thoroughbred Trl PARADISE PARK MANOR 2.5 3,842 $717,000 Scottsdale, AZ 10240 77th St85258 LA CUESTARanch, 3444 2.5 2 2,185 Under Contract 85260 Trl 8533 ENThoroughbred Thoroughbred PARADISE PARK MANOR 3,842 $717,000 8324 N 82nd Pl McCormick VISTA DELPARK LAGOMANOR 3,414 $947,500 8344 E McCormick Ranch, PARADISE 3,654 $805,000 8533 2.5 3,842 $717,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Trl 8344 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 444 3.5 3.5 3,654 $805,000 8344 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3,654 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 $519,000 8344 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3.5 3,654 $805,000 8344 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 44 3.5 3.5 3,654 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8178 Del Platino Dr HERITAGE TERRACE 2 2,560 $480,000 8344 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3.5 3,654 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8178 E Turquoise Del Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, Ranch, PARADISE HERITAGE TERRACE 44 223 2,560 $480,000 8178 Del AZ Platino Dr HERITAGEPARK TERRACE 2,560 $480,000 Scottsdale, 85258 8405 E Ave McCormick MANOR 3 2,750 $600,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 9707 E Mountain View Rd 1403 Scottsdale Ranch, RACQUET CLUB 1 1 850 $157,000 110085 E Bella Vista Dr HILLCREST 5 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 8405 E Turquoise Ave McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 3 2,750 $600,000 VISTA DEL LAGO 44 2.5 3,414 $947,500 8324 N 82nd Pl Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8405 E Turquoise Ave McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 3 2,750 $600,000 8324 N 82nd Pl VISTA DEL LAGO 2.5 3,414 $947,500 8405 E Turquoise Ave McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 344 2.5 3 3,414 2,750 $600,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8324 N 82nd Pl VISTA DEL LAGO $947,500 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8324 N 82nd Pl McCormick Ranch, VISTA DEL LAGO 2.5 3,414 $947,500 85259 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8324 N 82nd Pl McCormick VISTA DEL 3,414 $947,500 9531 E SWEETWATER RANCH 3443 2.5 22 2,328 $485,000 AZ 85258 8324 N Desert 82nd PlTrl McCormick Ranch, Ranch, VISTAESTATES DEL LAGO LAGO $947,500 Scottsdale, 9531 E Desert SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 2,328 $485,000 AZ 85258 Scottsdale, 9531 E Desert Trl SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 3 2.5 2 3,414 2,328 $485,000 AZ 85258 Scottsdale, McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 2.5 3,842 $717,000 AZTrl 85258 8533 E Trl Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8787 E Thoroughbred Mountain View Rd 2088 McCormick Ranch, ANTIGUA CONDOMINIUMS 245 2.5 2 3,842 1,053 $160,000 85258 8533 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 $717,000 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 8533 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 2.5 3,842 $717,000 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 5 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 85258 8533 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 2.5 3,842 $717,000 Scottsdale, AZ 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 5 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 555 3.5 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 Scottsdale, AZ 85259 8344 E Thoroughbred Trl McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 3,654 $805,000 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 Scottsdale, AZ 85259 8344 E Thoroughbred Thoroughbred Trl McCormick 44 3.5 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85259 8344 E Trl McCormick Ranch, Ranch, PARADISE PARADISE PARK PARK MANOR MANOR 3.5 3,654 3,654 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85259 85259 Scottsdale, AZ 9340 N 92nd St85258 101 McCormick Ranch, VILLAGE ONE 2 2 1,274 $190,000 85259 Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ AZ 85258 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 8324 N 82nd Pl85258 McCormick Ranch, VISTA DEL LAGO 44 2.5 3,414 $947,500 8324 McCormick $947,500 8324 N N 82nd 82nd Pl Pl McCormick Ranch, Ranch, VISTA VISTA DEL DEL LAGO LAGO 4 2.5 2.5 3,414 3,414 $947,500 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 7610 E Pleasant Run McCormick Ranch, PLEASANT RUN 2 2 1,590 $299,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 110085 Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 55 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250 110085 E E Bella Bella Vista Vista Dr Dr Scottsdale $1,052,250 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, Ranch, HILLCREST HILLCREST 5 4.5 4.5 4,723 4,723 $1,052,250 Scottsdale, AZPl 85259 13555 N 92nd SCOTTSDALE HILLS 3 2 1,335 $305,000 Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ AZ 85259 85259 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,264 $370,000 9297 E Blanche Dr Scottsdale, AZ 85260 10235 E Clinton St BENT TREE 3 2 2,049 $413,500 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 DESERT SHADOWS 4 2.5 2,348 $430,000 9247 E Dreyfus Pl Scottsdale, AZ 85260 CASA PRIVADA 3 2 2,478 $435,000 9561 E Presidio Dr Scottsdale, AZ 85260 McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE VILLAGE 2 3 2 2,013 $455,000 8049 N Via Palma Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8178 E Del Platino Dr McCormick Ranch, HERITAGE TERRACE 4 2 2,560 $480,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 3 3 2,750 $600,000 8405 E Turquoise Ave Joan has entrusted me with her clients since 2004... Scottsdale, AZTrl 85258 9531 E Desert SWEETWATER RANCH ESTATES 3 2 2,328 $485,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Trl 8533 E Thoroughbred McCormick Ranch, PARADISE PARK MANOR 4 2.5 3,842 $717,000 NMLS (Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System) ID 2611 • AZ - Guaranteed Rate, Inc. -E 14811 N. Kierland Blvd., Trl Ste. 100, Scottsdale,McCormick AZ, 85254 Mortgage Banker PARADISE License # BK-0907078 • NMLS ID: 226251 LO LIC: AZ - 0912063 - 0907078 • 14811 N. Kierland Blvd, Suite 100 • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 8344 Thoroughbred Ranch, PARK MANOR 4 3.5 3,654 $805,000 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 8324 N 82nd Pl McCormick Ranch, VISTA DEL LAGO 4 2.5 3,414 $947,500 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Nearby News • For News Around Our Neighborhood Page 36 110085 E Bella Vista Dr Scottsdale Ranch, HILLCREST 5 4.5 4,723 $1,052,250

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