Valley Vibe September 2022 Issue

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VOL 2 | ISSUE 9SEPTEMBER 2022 STDPRSRT ECWRSS POSTAGEU.S. PAID AZPHOENIX, 5514NOPERMIT LOCALECWRSS CUSTOMERPOSTAL Never RememberingForget: 9/11 » PAGE 9 What’s Happening at Legacy Hotel & Arena » PAGE 21 HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE FallTakePerformancestheStage PAGE 16 Anthem Vets Memorial Program Calls for Volunteers » PAGE 23 Concerts, Fairs, Festivals & Farmers Markets » PAGE 7

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Michael performsCarbonaroatTalking Stick Resort Friday, Sept. 2. & SPECIAL EVENTS

Check out different vendors each week ranging from fresh produce to handmade crafts. See full list of participating vendors online.



SEPT.SATURDAYS,3–24 FarmersArrowheadMarket 8–11 Arrowheada.m. Towne Center 7780 W. Arrowhead Towne Center Freesaturdaymarket

SATURDAY, SEPT. 3–SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 Experience Japan 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix $20/Adults;www.mim.org480-478-6000$15/Teens 13–19; $10/Children 4–12; Free/Children 3 and under Special live demonstrations and informative discussions on Japan’s distinguished music and culture.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 2–SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 Arizona State Card Show Various admission times Phoenix Convention Center 100 N. Third St., Phoenix $5/Day;www.collectiblesoncollege.com480-334-5037$10/Weekend

The electronic DJ performs live. Ages 21 and up only. SUNDAY, SEPT. 4 Disney Junior Live on Tour: Costume Palooza 4 Arizonap.m. Financial Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 602-379-2888 Vibes

SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 Reggae Festival Noon–8 p.m. Phoenix Events & Entertainment Complex 2209 N. 99th Ave., Phoenix $25/Advancewww.afasa.org623-218-4688purchase; $30/Gate admission; Free/Children 8 and under Live performances from reggae bands Wailing Souls, Dee Dread and the Zion Knights and Walt Richardson and Friends. Plus, African storytellers, drum ensembles, bounce houses and food/craft vendors.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 2 Michael Carbonaro 8 Talkingp.m. Stick Resort 9800 E. Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale 480-850-7734, $35–$125 The famous TV magician performs live. Ages 21 and up only. SEPT.SATURDAYS,3–24 Pinnacle Peak Farmers Market 8 Deera.m.–NoonValleyTowne Center 2805 W. Agua Fria Fwy, Phoenix

Buy, sell, trade or browse through memorabilia and collectibles, such as sports and gaming cards.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 Steve Aoki 5 Thep.m.Pool at Talking Stick Resort 9800 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale $40www.ticketmaster.com480-850-7734

Grammy-award-winning American Rock band, Dave Matthews Band plays Wednesday, Sept. 14 at Ak-Chin Pavilion.PHOTO BY DANNY CLINCH

THURSDAY, SEPT. 1–SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 Quilt, Craft and Sewing Festival 10 WestWorlda.m. of Scottsdale 16601 N. Pima Road 480-312-6815,Scottsdale $12 A variety of craft supply exhibitors, plus free demos and prizes.

Shop for produce, food items and handmade goods from local farmers, vendors and artisans.

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The story of a mysterious lakehouse at which famous literature characters come to life, including Hercules, Robin Hood and Tom Sawyer.

The “Speed of Now” world tour, also featuring Ingrid Andress and Tyler Hubbard.

A ll are welcome at a night of remembrance at this annual 9/11 Never Forgotten tribute. All proceeds benefit Tunnel to Towers, honoring military and first responders. Lighting the sky tribute and live music with Wild Giants band. Bring lawn chairs and blankets. Sunday, Sept. 11 6–10 p.m. Amped Coffee Company 3434 W Anthem Way, Suite 102, Anthem

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7 Duran Duran 7 Footprintp.m. Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800, $24–$200


Volunteers needed to pick up trash along the shoreline to help preserve the native wildlife. Good physical health recommended. Registration requested.


The “Future Past” tour, also featuring Nile Rodgers & CHIC. THURSDAY, SEPT. 8 Keith Urban 7 Footprintp.m. Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix $20–$164www.ticketmaster.com602-379-7800

Disney characters and Marvel superheroes come together on stage for one big party. TUESDAY, SEPT. 6 Lake Pleasant Clean-Up 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road Freewww.maricopacountyparks.netsteven.branham@maricopa.gov602-506-9561Morristownadmission

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Find handmade goods at Junk in Trunk Vintage Market Sept. 16–18.

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Improv actors from the TV series perform live on stage. FRIDAY, SEPT. 9–SUNDAY, SEPT. 11 Abilities Expo 11 WestWorlda.m. of Scottsdale 16601 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale;$10/Parking Workshops, demos, exhibitors, information, resources, games and fun for the disabled community. Registration required. FRIDAY, SEPT. 9–SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 ‘The Island of Dr. Libris’ Various StarlightshowtimesCommunity Theater 1611 W. Whispering Wind Drive Suite 9, $25www.starlightcommunitytheater.com623-252-6815Phoenix

THURSDAY, SEPT. 8 Whose Live Anyway? 7:30 Mesap.m.Arts Center 1 E. Main St., Mesa $35–$55www.mesaartscenter.com480-644-6500



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FRIDAY, SEPT. 9 Flo Rida 6:30 730Marqueep.m.TheatreN.MillAve., Tempe $55marquee-theatre-tickets/

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SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Free OutdoorFall Movie 5 Fletcherp.m. Heights Park 8135 W. Lone Cactus Drive, Peoria Free

Live in concert, with special guests Breaking Benjamin and Bush. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Kendrick Lamar 7:30 Footprintp.m. Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix $144–$204www.ticketmaster.com602-379-7800

An evening adventure along Sonoran Desert trails to reach an abandoned mine. Bring water and a flashlight. Registration required.

The popular 1970s rock band live in concert. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14 ‘Girls Night: The Musical’ 7:30 Anthemp.m.Golf & Country Club: Persimmon Clubhouse 2708 W. Anthem Club Drive, Anthem $25–$300

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A pet-friendly outdoor showing of the Dreamworks film “The Bad Guys.” Also, a water play zone, kids dance party and night market. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Alice in Chains 5:30 2121Ak-Chinp.m.PavilionN.83rdAve., Phoenix $20–$109https://concerts.livenation.com602-254-7200


PaintingVolunteerEvent 6 Cavea.m.–noonCreekRegional Park 37019 N. Lava Lane, Cave Creek Freewww.maricopacountyparks.netSteve.Turton@maricopa.gov602-506-2930admission

FRIDAY, SEPT. 9 Explore the Old Clay Mine 7–9 Cavep.m.Creek Regional Park 37019 N. Lava Lane, Cave Creek $7/Parkwww.maricopacountyparks.net602-506-2930entrancefee

American songwritersinger,LeAnn Rimes performs at Cliff Castle Casino on Saturday, Sept. 24.


Live in concert, with special guests Unconventional Kingz.


Help out with some touchup painting around the park, including trash cans, guard rails and kiosks. Good physical health recommended. Registration requested.

The Off-Broadway musical on tour featuring “tell it like it is” humor between a group of female friends. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14 Dave Matthews Band 7:30 Ak-Chinp.m.Pavilion

Anthem’s annual fall festival in the community park is scheduled for the weekend of Oct. 22–23. Festivities include an arts & crafts fair, a pumpkin patch, live music, carnival, kid’s zone with inflatables and train rides, food and a beer garden. Businesses interested in sponsoring the event can submit an application online at through Friday, Sept. 2. Craft vendors are invited to submit applications through Friday, Sept. 30.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Lake Pleasant Clean-Up 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road, Freewww.maricopacountyparks.netsteven.branham@maricopa.gov602-506-9561Morristownadmission

The country singer performs live. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 ALICIA: The World Tour 8 Arizonap.m. Financial Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix $49–$164https://concerts.livenation.com602-379-2888


Volunteers needed to pick up trash along the shoreline to help preserve the native wildlife. Good physical health recommended. Registration requested.

The “Big Steppers” tour, also featuring Baby Keem and Tanna Leone. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Martina McBride 7:30 Chandlerp.m. Center for the Arts 250 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler 480-782-2680, $68–$128

Alicia Keys performs live on tour with Pink Sweat$. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Kansas 8 Gilap.m.River Resorts & Casinos Wild Horse Pass 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd. $49–$89www.ticketmaster.com1-800-946-4452Chandler

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12 | SEPTEMBER 2022 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix $49–$135https://concerts.livenation.com602-254-7200 Live in concert. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15 Guided Bird Walk 6:30–8:30 a.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N. Castle Hot Springs Road, $2/Parkwww.maricopacountyparks.neteric.hough@maricopa.gov602-506-2930Morristownentrancefee

Over 120,000 square feet of shopping, featuring vintage curators and handmade artisans from across the country. Plus, live music and food trucks. FRIDAY, SEPT. 16 Fine Art Friday 5–9 Desertp.m.Ridge Marketplace 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix


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An art market in the district with Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance highlighting local artists. Live music, art demonstrations and an outdoor SEPT. N. 32nd movie star comedian performs stand-up. SEPT. E. Jefferson St., “Icy” tour, also featuring McPoland. SEPT. a.m.–1 p.m. Church of Christ 34975 N. North Valley Pkwy., interested in becoming a foster parent is welcome to more information on

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Seek out fall migrant birds with the help of a park ranger. Bring binoculars, sturdy shoes and water. Registration required. View entrance instructions online. FRIDAY, SEPT. 16–SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 in the Trunk Market Various admission times WestWorld of Scottsdale 16500 N. 94th St., Scottsdale $8–$50www.junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com480-312-6815


St., Phoenix $73–$232www.ticketmaster.com602-267-1600 The

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The annual Arizona State Fair happens Friday, Sept. 23 through Sunday, Oct. 30 at State Fairgrounds.

The timeless tale of the March sisters performed primarily by local youth actors ages 13–19. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22 Boyz II Men 8 Gilap.m.River Resorts & Casinos:

SEPTEMBER 2022 | 13 and hear from experienced, local foster parents. Sponsored by Arizona Faith & Families foster agency. SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 Medicare & You 10 Anthema.m. Civic Center, Room 2 3701 W. Anthem Way, Anthem 520-369-3380, Free Information on medical care choices for those ages 65 and up. SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 Pitbull 8 Ak-Chinp.m. Pavilion 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix $20–$499https://concerts.livenation.com602-254-7200

Wild Horse Pass 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd., Chandler 1-800-946-4452, $214–$664 Live in concert. FRIDAY, SEPT. 23–SUNDAY, OCT. 30 Arizona State Fair Noon–11 p.m., Thursdays–Sundays Arizona State Fairgrounds 1826 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix 602-252-6771, $15/General Free/Childrenadmission;5andunder Fair foods, carnival games and rides, art competitions, livestock shows, gun shows and live music. FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 Friday Night Hike 6–8 Cavep.m.Creek Regional Park 37019 N. Lava Lane, Cave Creek $7/Parkwww.maricopacountyparks.net602-506-2930entrancefee WEEKEND VIBES & SPECIAL EVENTS | Fifteen-time Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, producer and actress Alicia Keys performs Saturday, Sept. 10 at Arizona Financial Theatre. ZRNICMILANBYPHOTO CHOICE ACADEMIES INC SCHOOLS WHERE STUDENTS THRIVE Pre -K Through High School 602-938-5517 | Schedule a FREE Tour TODAY!

The “Can’t Stop Us Now” tour, also featuring Sean Paul. TUESDAY, SEPT. 20 An Evening with Michael Bublé 8 Footprintp.m. Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800, $65–$149 Live in concert. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22–SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 ‘Little Women’ Various showtimes Musical Theatre of Anthem 42201 N. 41st Drive, Suite B100 $

Hike with the ranger at sunset through a scenic desert trail. Bring flashlights, water and sturdy shoes. Registration required.

Musical performances by The All-American Rejects, Boys Like Girls, Mayday Parade, Set It Off and Gray.


FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 Hearts on Fire Festival 6:30 7602Phoenixp.m.RacewayJimmieJohnson Drive $55–$93.75


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FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 2022 AVP ChampionshipsPhoenix Various admission times Footprint Center 201 E. Jefferson St. $25–$






Professional volleyball players battle it out at this competition hosted by the Association of Volleyball Professionals.


The “Last Call: One More for the Road” tour. HEADS UP The 18th atsongwriterAmericanAExtravaganzaShoppingAnnualfundraisingeventfullofsavingsandshopping.Ticketholdersreceiveexclusive,one-day-onlydiscountsandoffers,plusopportunitiestowinover$20,000inprizesandgiftcards.Allticketsalesproceedsbenefitlocalcharitiesandorganizations,includingAlmostThereRescue,DaisyMountainFireFighterCharities,GirlScoutTroop2595,HomesforHeroes,JobsforArizonaGraduates,MusicalTheatreofAnthem,SteppingStoneofHope,SWKidsCancerFoundationandYouthforTroops.Saturday,Oct.110a.m.–$15countrysingerandAlanJacksonperformsGilaRiverArenaFriday,Sept.30.

The “No Disrespect” comedy tour. SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 LeAnn Rimes 7 Cliffp.m.Castle Casino 555 W. Middle Verde Road Camp 928-567-7999,Verde $50–$150 The country star performs live with special guest Walker County. SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 Chvrches 7 Marqueep.m. Theatre 730 N. Mill Ave., Tempe

The “Screen Violence” tour. MONDAY, SEPT. 26 Gorillaz 7:30 Footprintp.m. Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7800, $65–$145 The 2022 North America tour, also featuring Earthgang. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29 Guided Bird Walk 6:30–8:30 a.m. Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area 44000 N. Spur Cross Road, Cave Creek $3/Parkwww.maricopacountyparks.neteric.hough@maricopa.gov602-506-2930entrancefee a park ranger to about a wide variety of birds. Bring and footwear. Registration required. FRIDAY, SEPT. Alan Jackson Gilap.m.River Arena 6751 N. Sunset Blvd., Glendale 623-385-7502, $45–$125

The “Humble Quest” tour.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 Maren Morris 8 Arizonap.m. Financial Theatre 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix $28–$79https://concerts.livenation.com602-379-2888

FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 Tracy Morgan 8 Harrah’sp.m. Ak-Chin Casino 15406 Maricopa Road, Maricopa 480-802-3353, $31–$61

An adult play. Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center 33606 N. 60th St., Scottsdale A comedy performed by local adult actors portraying a theater group desperately trying to put on a play amidst chaotic interference. | 2022



The TheatrePhoenixCompany 1825 N. Central Ave., Phoenix

‘Be More Chill’ Thursday, Dec. 8–Sunday, Dec. 11

The timeless tale of the March sisters performed primarily by local youth actors ages 13–19.

The children’s book meets a Broadway musical full of adventure, performed by local youth actors ages 6–13.

The tale of an average teenager who discovers a supercomputer that helps him become popular. This performance hosts a PG-13 rating and will be performed by local teenage actors, ages 14–18.


Musical Theatre of Anthem 42201 N. 41st Drive, Suite B100, Anthem

‘The Book of Will’ Wednesday, Aug. 31–Sunday, Sept. 18

‘A Year with Frog and Toad Kids’ Thursday, Nov. 3–Sunday, Nov. 6

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‘Little Women’ Thursday, Sept. 22–Sunday, Sept. 25


North Phoenix is brimming with opportunities to support community performing arts during the 2022–2023 season. As local troupes prepare to take the stage this fall, Valley Vibe has compiled the following guide to ensure you don’t miss a beat during the upcoming season. | 2022


An emotional musical following a World War II veteran returning home. ‘Cinderella’ Wednesday, Nov. 16–Sunday, Jan. 1

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The timeless classic by Rodgers and Hammerstein, but with a contemporary twist and a few new songs.

The Holland Center 34250 N. 60th St., Scottsdale 480-488-1981, SeeTicketwww.dftheater.orginfo@azfcf.orgPrice$25showtimesonline.

The story of Cruella De Vil, as told by local kids. ‘Play On!’ Thursday, Nov. 10–Sunday, Nov. 13

‘Disney’s Dalmatians101Kids’ Thursday, Sept. 29–Sunday, Oct. 9

A tale of two friends teamed together to preserve the works of their good friend, William Shakespeare. ‘Bandstand’ Wednesday, Sept. 21–Sunday, Oct. 23


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North SymphonyValleyOrchestra North Canyon High School Auditorium 1700 E. Union Hills Drive, Phoenix $5/Concert;www.northvalleysymphony.org623-980-4628Free/Children5and under; $15/Season tickets ‘The Queen’s Jubilee’ Sunday, Oct. 22, 7–9 p.m. British compositions spanning the life of the Queen to celebrate her platinum jubilee. Youth Ensembles Concert Saturday, Dec. 10, 3–4 p.m. Shadow Mountain High School Auditorium 2902 E. Shea Blvd., Phoenix Free Student musicians from the North Valley Symphonettes, North Valley Youth Strings and North Valley Youth Orchestra show off their talent. ‘A Joyous Christmas’ Saturday, Dec. 17, 7–9 p.m. Music from holiday movies “Christmas Vacation” and “Charlie Brown Christmas” to ring in the holiday season. SEPTEMBER 2022 | 17

North Valley Symphony Orchestra with music director Kevin Kozacek is kicking off its 11th season opening Sunday, Oc.t 22.

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An intimate adult drama about a romance novelist held captive by an irrational fan after she saves his life. ‘Elf the Musical’ Friday, Dec. 2–Sunday, Dec. 18

ProMusica Orchestra & Chorale DesertYouthFoothillsTheater

‘The Island of Dr. Libris’ Friday, Sept. 9–Sunday, Sept. 18

All Saints Lutheran Church 15649 N. 7th St., Phoenix $27.50/Adults;www.pmaz.org602-570-4458$25/Seniors 65 and up & military; $12/Students ages 16–22; Free/Children 15 and under with paid adult ‘Favorites - Past and Present’ Saturday, Oct. 15 7 p.m. Patriotic melodies including “America the Beautiful” and “God Bless America,” followed by classic songs by John Williams, Stephen Sondheim and Richard Rodgers, such as “The Sound of Music.” ‘Christmas Through the Ages’ Saturday, Dec. 17 7 p.m. Holiday favorites like “Sleigh Ride” accompanied by new arrangements.

Starlight Community Theater 1611 W. Whispering Wind Drive Suite 9, See$25www.starlightcommunitytheater.com623-252-6815Phoenixshowtimesonline.

The story of a mysterious lakehouse at which famous literature characters come to life, including Hercules, Robin Hood and Tom Sawyer. ‘Blithe Spirit’ Friday, Oct. 14–Sunday, Oct. 23


A musical for all ages, inspired by the cherished holiday film.

The story of a writer haunted by the spirit of his ex-wife, performed by local adult actors. ‘Misery’ Friday, Nov. 4–Sunday, Nov. 6

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Hotel/Sports Arena Progress Inches Ahead

Meantime, Eaton said no additional work is planned on either the arena or the hotel until additional needed funding is secured. He said he is still working on a financial solution to get both the hotel and arena to completion. “If we’re able to reach this solution in October then construction can move forward on the project,” he said, adding, “I’m hopeful it’s going to happen.” The bridge loan Eaton received last fall helped pay off subcontractors and release liens on the property, according to documents filed with Maricopa County Recorder’s Office.

Windows have been installed and exterior work has progressed at Legacy Hotel along Sonoran Desert Drive. No additional work is planned on either the hotel or arena until additional funding has been secured, according to the developer.

Problems securing funding during the pandemic caused construction to stall on both the sports arena and hotel. This aerial photo was taken in the beginning of 2021.

bit of construction work has been underway on the Legacy Hotel adjacent to the halfcompleted sports arena east of I-17 along Sonoran Desert Drive. Owner Rob Eaton told Valley Vibe windows on the hotel have been installed and stucco work on the exterior of the building has taken place. It’s the most activity the site has seen since April 2020 when the pandemic brought work on the project to a sudden halt. While Eaton is still waiting on securing funding to fully resume construction on both the arena and the hotel, he said he was able to use remaining proceeds from a $10-million bridge loan he was approved for back in October of 2021.


Photography and Videography Help High School students are invited to capture highlights of the Veterans Day ceremony. All photos will become property of the Anthem Community Council for Anthem Veterans Memorial marketing and media purposes. Writing for ‘Salute Our Veterans Program’

Educational Speakers Individuals willing to share their service stories and knowledge about military service with youth. Additionally, the AVM welcomes adult support in the areas of photography, videography, gardening, and ceremony assistance. To learn more, sponsor or donate, contact Elizabeth Turner at or 623-640-8417.


wo new volunteer opportunities will help support the Anthem Veterans Memorial educational program. The Youth Ambassador Program seeks volunteers to assist with the following activities: Art Honoring Veterans All are invited to create and submit original patriotic artwork depicting any of the following: Anthem Veterans Memorial, The Great Seal of the United States, the military branches, veterans and veteran families. Submissions will become property of the Anthem Veterans Memorial and may be photographed for use in future marketing materials, including the Veterans Day program, banners, and brochures. Art may be submitted to the Anthem Community Council Office, 3701 W. Anthem Way, Suite 201, Attn: Communication Department. Thank You Cards Handmade patriotic cards expressing appreciation for our veterans and their service may be dropped off to the Anthem Community Council Office, 3701 W. Anthem Way, Suite 201, Attn: Communication Department, no later than Nov. 8 to be given at this year’s Veterans Day ceremony. Volunteers for AVM deliver more than 2,000 cards at the event.

volunteers are welcome to assist with seating and informational guidance and clean-up at the ceremony.

Anthem Veterans Memorial Program Needs

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Ceremony Volunteers Youth and youth clubs are invited to distribute “thank you” cards to veterans and ceremony programs to attendees at the Veterans Day ceremony, Friday, Nov. 11. Teen

Aspiring writers are welcome to submit veteran focus stories and poetry honoring veterans and their families. The Admiral’s Club seeks adult volunteers to assist with these activities in support of the Anthem Veterans Memorial: AVM Docents Volunteers to conduct tours at the AVM, teach classes to youth visitors and serve as information sources at the AVM during community events. Sponsorship/Donors Efforts will support and offset the costs of the ceremony.

Youth and Adult Volunteer Help BY VALLEY VIBE STAFF Tinfo@valleyvibenews.comWRITERS

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wo Boulder Creek High School students were recognized by their principal, school administrators and swim coaches for their quick instinctive efforts in administering first aid to a fellow classmate who was having a medical issue during class on the first day of school after summer break. Seniors Aneesa Zerarka and Aaron Kroeger were in calculus class when a classmate appeared to be suffering a seizure. Both certified lifeguards and members of Boulder Creek’s Swim Team, Aneesa and Aaron went from student to lifeguard mode within seconds of recognizing their fellow peer was in Aneesadistress.immediately began supporting the student’s head, while Aaron began timing the length of the seizure. Together they worked as a team to keep their peer safe while instructing other classmates to clear a safe space around them until help arrived. Both students were presented with the school’s first ever Excellence in Safety Award for their actions during an informal ceremony with their parents, coaches and school administrators in attendance.

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Boulder Creek Principal Brittany Sutton told the students “You saw a need and you stepped in and we couldn’t be more proud of you. You made a huge difference.”


BY KAREN Teditor@valleyvibenews.comGOVEIA

“As lifeguards at the [Anthem] Community Center we run realistic scenarios like this all the time, so it was instinct to jump in… we knew what to do, and what the steps needed to be because we do that every day,” Aneesa told Valley Vibe.But the best part, according to both classmatestudents—theirwasabletoreturn to school the next day.

Both Aneesa and Aaron credited their training as lifeguards for their instinctive reactions.

“As lifeguards at the [Anthem] Community Center we run realistic scenarios like this all the time, so it was instinct to jump in...”

–Aneesa Zerarka, Boulder Creek Senior Boulder Creek seniors Aneesa Zerarka (second from left) and Aaron Kroeger (second from right) were recently presented with the Excellence in Safety Award for their efforts in helping a fellow classmate during a medical emergency.



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Address Sold Price Price/Sq Ft Sq Ft Beds Baths 2138 W Red Fox Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $955,000 $232.64 4,105 9 5 2040 W Chimney Rock Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $700,000 $274.50 2,550 4 2.5 2630 W Gray Wolf Trl, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $710,000 $333.80 2,127 5 2 27711 N Gidiyup Trl, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $615,000 $200.91 3,061 6 3 2407 W Steed Rdg, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $635,000 $280.35 2,265 6 2.5 28705 N 21st Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $550,000 $229.16 2,400 3 2.5 2216 W Madre Del Oro Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $510,000 $286.19 1,782 4 2 2361 W Sleepy Ranch Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $490,000 $260.36 1,882 3 2.5 2041 W Madre Del Oro Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $495,000 $255.02 1,941 3 2.5 2510 W Big Oak St, Phoenix, AZ 85085 $459,000 $205.65 2,232 5 2.5 39618 N 12th St, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $1,050,000 $278.88 3,765 4 3.5 513 E Jordon Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $979,900 $332.95 2,943 4 3 1324 W Wayne Ct, Anthem, AZ 85086 $925,000 $310.30 2,981 5 3.5 2510 W Via Savelli, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $945,000 $215.75 4,380 7 3.5 2044 W Hidden Treasure Way, Anthem, AZ 85086 $999,000 $226.63 4,408 8 4 2316 W Villa Cassandra Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $837,500 $208.59 4,015 5 3.5 36813 N 18th St, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $842,800 $371.93 2,266 4 2 3440 W Mesquite St, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $762,000 $385.43 1,977 4 2 922 E Maddock Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $750,000 $463.53 1,618 4 2.5 3345 W Summit Walk Dr, Anthem, AZ 85086 $689,000 $300.21 2,295 5 3 2237 W Sax Canyon Ct, Anthem, AZ 85086 $669,000 $286.14 2,338 4 2 3042 W Eagle Claw Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $649,900 $226.84 2,865 6 2.5 37620 N 12th St, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $637,500 $352.40 1,809 4 2 36629 N 14th St, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $634,500 $243.38 2,607 4 2.75 41813 N Cross Timbers Trl, Anthem, AZ 85086 $607,500 $245.16 2,478 3 2.5 1695 W Ainsworth Dr, Anthem, AZ 85086 $629,000 $287.74 2,186 4 2 4511 W Moss Springs Rd, Anthem, AZ 85086 $620,000 $245.35 2,527 7 3 3017 W Eagle Claw Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $599,900 $243.36 2,465 6 3 3314 W Galvin St, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $590,000 $280.69 2,102 4 2 2540 W Coyote Creek Dr, Anthem, AZ 85086 $589,000 $274.85 2,143 5 3 42111 N Fairgreen Ct, Anthem, AZ 85086 $559,000 $256.18 2,182 3 2 2256 W Muirfield Dr, Anthem, AZ 85086 $555,000 $381.70 1,454 2 2 3629 W Aidan Ln, New River, AZ 85086 $500,000 $230.62 2,168 6 3 40810 N Hudson Ct, Anthem, AZ 85086 $505,000 $232.93 2,168 5 3 3029 W Via Perugia Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $510,000 $251.98 2,024 5 2.5 3840 W Links Dr, Anthem, AZ 85086 $475,000 $331.70 1,432 3 2 36421 N 17th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $450,000 $297.61 1,512 34923 N 30th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $410,000 $324.36 1,264 3 34823 N 30th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85086 $405,000 $320.15 1,265





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REAL ESTATE MARKET COURTESY WILLIAMS DATA RETRIEVED FROM THE MLS. $349,000 Average $671,408 High $1,400,000 Sold $280,000 Average $664,553 High $1,300,000 Sq. Ft. Low 1,204 Sq. Ft. Average 2,352 Sq. Ft. High 4,408 Sq. Ft. Sold Price / Approx. Sq. Ft. Low $158.29 Average $291.37 High $463.54 Days onLowMarket6Average46High173 VIBE STAFF in the combined zip codes of 85085, & 85087 sharply decreased from the month prior by 48 percent. A total of 39 existing homes sold in July 2022 in all three zip codes compared to 75 closed in June. OF JULY THERE HOMES SOLD IN



3 2 July 2022 Top Home Sales 85085, 85086 & 85087* 8508585086




July &85085,Market2022Analysis8508685087 GRAPHICVIBEVALLEY BY VALLEY



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