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from the publisher Welcome to the new Vistancia Living Magazine. This June 2017 issue marks a new era, with a new look and layout under the publishing direction of Print2order. We are honored to have been chosen as the new publisher and I hope that you will enjoy what you find inside. As you may already know, this magazine is made possible by the advertisers highlighted in these pages. Many of them have been supporting this community for many years and I personally would like to thank them for their continued support through this transition. I hope that as a reader you will continue supporting the advertisers as the need for their services arise. Inside you will find insights to the community and information that is important to you. While most of it has remained the same, you will also find some new items to note. In this first edition, with the help of the Vistancia management team, we will be launching a good neighbor program called It Takes a Village. There are many good deeds that go unnoticed and with your input, we would like to recognize the members of this community for their selfless actions. You can learn more on page 21. Lastly, I would like to thank all those who made this first issue come together so smoothly. The Vistancia management team and the contributors have been amazing to work with. They say it takes a village to raise a child; and in the same respect, it takes a village to create a publication of this caliber. Thank you to everyone involved, you are what make my job so enjoyable. Moving forward into the coming editions, all of us at Print2order look forward to serving your community and creating a beautiful publication that everyone can be proud of. Happy reading! Sincerely, Shawn Schofield Publisher

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Teen Water Wars | June 15, 2016 70 teens in attendance Learn about this year’s event on page 12

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From the Developer


Team Info


Manager’s Message


Board Report


By Design


Communications Brief


News Briefs


Caretaker Landscape

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Featured Event


Featured Activity


Getting Crafty


Artist Gallery


What’s Happening


Important Phone Numbers






Email: Phone: 480.648.4859


Reproduction in whole or in part of any text, photographs or illustrations without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. Trademarks, logos and content provided by advertisers, sponsors and partners are owned by the respective companies and all rights are reserved by them. The views, statements and claims of advertisers or other Vistancia Living contributors do not necessarily represent those of the Print2order®, Vistancia Master Association, CCMC or their employees. Printed in the USA ©2017 Vistancia Living Magazine. All rights reserved. Please Recycle.


Lake Pleasant Elementary


Vistancia Elementary


Blackstone Country Club


Pro Tip


City of Peoria


Police Beat


City Briefs



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from the developer

Show Your Support for Vistancia and Blackstone Country Club By Mark Hammons Vice President and General Manager

This year, Vistancia was voted the No. 1 Master-Planned Community in Arizona in the Ranking Arizona survey for the fourth year in a row. We’re grateful for the continued support from residents in the community; thanks to you, Vistancia has been voted into the Top 10 listing for Best Master-Planned Community in Arizona for the past 10 years. Voting is currently in progress for the 2018 Ranking Arizona survey, and with your continued support, we can earn the No. 1 ranking once again! As a resident of Vistancia, you experience a community full of life and offering a unique mixture of natural Sonoran Desert and mountain views. Families of all ages enjoy award-winning and excelling schools, year-round events and activities, and rich amenities that set us apart from other communities. Show how much you love living in Vistancia by taking a moment to cast your vote for Vistancia in Arizona Business Magazine’s Ranking Arizona survey for Best Master-Planned Community and Blackstone Country Club for Best Private Golf Course in Arizona.

Voting is unlimited, so vote daily through July 31. Here’s how to do so: Vote Vistancia for No. 1 Master-Planned Community in Arizona 1. Visit and log in with new or pre-existing account 2. Select “Real-Estate Residential” 3. Select “Master-Planned Communities: Arizona” 4. Select “Vistancia LLC” in the dropdown list Vote Blackstone Country Club for the Best Private Golf Course in Arizona 1. Visit and log in with new or pre-existing account 2. Select “Tourism” 3. Select “Golf Courses: Private” 4. Select “Blackstone Country Club” Thank you again for your support in making Vistancia and Blackstone Country Club No. 1 in Arizona! For more information about Vistancia, visit or call 623-933-6233.

the team Craig Pustejovsky

Carrie Lienhart

Community Manager

Assistant Community Manager

Adam Testa

Susan Claeys

Jake Monday

Michael Brooks

Maintenance Director of VMC

Stephanie DeAlba Covenants Coordinator

Casey Doscher

Clyde Pechstedt

Bob Terrio

Communications Coordinator

Community Patrol

Design Review Coordinator

Community Patrol

Melissa Parsons

Lifestyle Director

Maintenance Coordinator

Administrative Coordinator

Jim McGoldrick

Community Patrol

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manager’s message board report Rekindling the Neighborhoods of Old By Dennis Reiber

Board of Directors Representative

Introducing Covenants Coordinator Stephanie DeAlba By Craig Pustejovsky

Community Manager

The Board of Directors and the management team recently completed an analysis of the Association’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Out of that initiative came a strategic plan for 2017-2018, which we will approach collaboratively through the coming year.

Most of us remember with some fondness, if not more than a touch of nostalgia, the neighborhoods where we grew up. Playing with friends until the streetlights came on, the automatic call of our parents - usually our mom saying it’s time to come home.

One of the strategic priorities established by the Board and management team was strengthening our community’s compliance and covenants enforcement program. The timing of this fell in line with a new personnel opportunity, as well.

Neighbors knew each other, not only by the parents but by whose kids belonged to whom. Backyard barbecues brought people together, and a general sense of caring permeated the air.

Andrew Olson, who served as the Association’s Covenants Coordinator for three years, accepted a promotion within CCMC. We all wish Andrew the best in his new role and are excited to see his career continue to develop. Filling the Covenants Coordinator position is not any easy task, as it takes a special personality to fill the role, especially in a community like Vistancia.

As a new director on the Association Board, this is the spirit I want to capture and cultivate. We’re now in year two of making the transition from a developer-run to a homeowner board, and I have been impressed with the vast amount of groundwork covered by our inaugural Board. But we still have much to do. Through the years, in my experience working as a security evaluator for the Department of Defense, and even in my current occupation at Grand Canyon University, I’ve often found the resolution of a problem doesn’t necessarily come from those in charge, though they may implement the action. Often, the solution is birthed in the observations of those at the epicenter of the problem. My guiding philosophy through the next two years is to use my experience in infrastructure and community interaction to help our Board make decisions in the best interest of our entire neighborhood. One of the greatest aspects of discovering Vistancia was that both my wife Sandy and I were immediately struck by the cordiality of the neighbors, the respect of the younger generation and the almost-palpable sense of caring. I have spent more than 20 years learning how to provide security, develop community and provide timely and realistic resolutions to neighborhoods across the country and around the world. It’s this passion, experience and desire to serve that prompted me to become a part of this Board. I know, with your input and thoughts, we can become a truly great community and a great example not only of what neighbors - and neighborhoods - once were but what they can become again.

I believe Stephanie DeAlba is exactly the type of person we need in this role, and I’m pleased to officially introduce her as your new Covenants Coordinator. Stephanie comes to Vistancia from Estrella, a Goodyear community also managed by CCMC, where she served as Covenants and Compliance Coordinator from November 2015 until accepting the position here in our community. In Estrella, a community slightly larger than Vistancia, she learned the skills necessary to thrive in this position and develop it into something even larger and more meaningful for the community. Stephanie developed an interest in property management and real estate while employed as a leasing agent/resident services coordinator in her hometown of San Diego. A lover of the outdoors, Vistancia makes a perfect home-away-from-home for Stephanie, as she enjoys the scenic desert views our residents have come to know and love. From a procedural standpoint, Stephanie comes equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully build upon the compliance programs developed by her predecessors. Please be patient as she learns her way around Vistancia and our governance. Join me in welcoming Stephanie DeAlba as the newest member of the Vistancia management team. We’re fortunate to have someone with her skills and experience

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by design Complete Applications Make Review Process Easy By Susan Claeys

Design Review Coordinator

Part of my role at the Association entails educating and guiding homeowners, landscapers, pool builders, solar companies and other vendors through the design review process. There are so many homeowners’ associations in Arizona, and each has its own sets of rules and restrictions to navigate. Here in Vistancia, it’s vital each Modification Application submittal is complete before it will be reviewed by the Design Review Committee. Completing the submittal for installation of items such as pergolas, pools and patios (hardscape) will require a detailed diagram. These diagrams need to illustrate that the item meets the required five-feet setback from any property wall, so these measurement details must be included on the diagram. Homes with view fences are required to provide additional information about items being installed because they can often be seen from neighboring properties. Photos showing choice of color and material are also required. For pergolas, full dimensions (height, width, length) are required; the structure’s maximum size is 10 percent of the total rear-year square footage. This restriction helps keep the structure in proportion to the size of the yard. Before beginning any new exterior project, please take a moment to read the Design Guidelines, available at, to familiarize yourself with any requirements that might exist for your project. Feel free to contact me if you have questions or if the Design Guidelines don’t provide the guidance you’re seeking. I want your submittal to be successful the first time it is presented to the DRC, so I review each one to ensure it is complete. Submittals are due the Friday before the DRC meeting you’re targeting for approval to allow time to review the application and obtain any missing information. I, along with the rest of the management team, appreciate everyone who participates in the design review process.

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communications brief news briefs Water Slides Open for Summer The water slides at the MVC Pool are now open for summer. Slide rules and hours of operation can be found online at

How Do You Measure, Measure a Year By Adam Testa

Communications Coordinator

While trying to choose a topic for this month’s column, I had many ideas racing through my mind. A fleeting thought about how the end of June marks my oneyear anniversary in Vistancia gave way to a more colorful internal dialogue, realizing I have, in fact, been in this role for nearly a year. Strategic Plan Implemented The Board of Directors and CCMC management team have formulated a strategic plan for 2017-2018. The plan establishes a number of goals, including retaining a sense of community, expanding communications, strengthening the management team, improving compliance and design review, and empowering the Board and committees. The full plan can be reviewed at Landscape Improvements Approved At its April meeting, the Board of Directors approved an expenditure of $31,141 for granite, plant and tree replacement. This plan includes adding more than 850 flowers and five trees to the community’s common area landscape. Beware Creatures and Critters The summer season brings the native wildlife, including snakes, scorpions and spiders, out of hiding. These critters use rocks and enclosed structures for shade, protection and concealment, so be sure children are aware and are exercising safety while playing outside.

In some ways, it’s shocking the time has gone so fast; in others, we’ve made so much progress it seems like it’s been much longer. I’ve come to realize the adage is true: If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life. During his speech at my wedding reception in April, my best man summed it up best by saying, “He found a career he loves – maybe a little too much.” The reality is I do love what I do. This role has offered me opportunities to showcase my strengths, improve on my weaknesses and explore new skills and responsibilities. I’m continually grateful to the leadership at the CCMC corporate office, my fellow management team members, the Board of Directors, the Communications Committee and, most importantly, you, the residents, for allowing me the opportunities I’ve had and for supporting each new initiative we’ve embarked upon. In many work environments, progress is held up by bureaucracy, procedure and red tape. Here, we’ve been able to work together seamlessly to ensure progress and advancement in our communications program happened efficiently and effectively. In one year’s time, we’ve made tremendous strides in redeveloping our communications program. A new system for sending eNews, revamped social media efforts, the creation of the new and now the relaunch of this magazine have been the pinnacles of the past year, but there have been small victories along the way, too. To me, one of the highlights has come from an outside perspective, as other communities within the CCMC portfolio have used Vistancia as a model and reference for implementing changes and improvements to their own communications efforts. As much progress as we’ve made in the past year, there’s still work to be done. In the coming year, I anticipate pushing the boundaries of what we’re doing, exploring new avenues of communications and ensuring we’re doing all we can to provide you the information you need, when you need it and in the form you want to receive it. If you’re interested in participating, I encourage you to consider joining the Communications Committee; new perspectives help ensure we’re always moving forward. An iconic song from a popular musical asks the question, “How do you measure, measure a year?” While I could do so in website pageviews, eNews open rates or Facebook likes, it’s better to do so as the song suggests – with love. Serving Vistancia has truly become a labor of love, and I hope you reciprocate that loving feeling in your response to the changes we’ve made; we’ve done so for you. Here’s to looking back on a year of successes and looking ahead to many more to come.

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Prepare Your Landscape for Monsoon Season By Randy Zellers

West Valley Branch Manager | Caretaker Landscape

Monsoon season will be here soon. Officially lasting from June 15-Sept. 30, this is the time of year to expect a change in the air, as humidity increases, billowing clouds form in the east and winds change from the west to the southeast. These factors all allow large thunderstorms to build along the Mongolian Rim and move southwest as they increase in intensity. The monsoon season is one of two rainy seasons defining the Sonoran Desert annually. As much as 70 percent of the region’s rainfall can occur during the summer monsoon; we typically receive one-third of our annual rainfall during this time. Because of this, our desert is considered relatively “wet” compared to others, such as the Sahara. With these storms come severe outflow winds caused by towering thunder clouds collapsing under their own weight, followed by strong winds and dust. These winds, as we all know, can

cause extensive damage to structures, trees and just about anything else in their path. With proper planning, most damage to trees can be mitigated with a tree-management program. A tree-management program addresses hazards that might threaten the public and property, corrects structural defects and helps build a healthy “urban forest.” Ensure you have properly staked trees and have a professional walk your property to identify hazard trees. As humidity increases, plant growth will be stimulated and desert-adapted plants will begin to bloom. The humidity increase will be the final blow to any remaining rye grass that doesn’t succumb to the intense heat of June. Finally, after dust has blown through and the rains have begun, open your windows and enjoy the cool breeze and smells of our native desert plants.

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featured event EV EN T D ETA IL S Pool Party Gone Wild 10p.m. | Foothills Center 07:3 | 3 ne Ju , ay rd tu Sa Dive-In Movie 0p.m. | MVC Pool Friday, June 9 | 7:30-9:3 Lawn Teen Water Wars a.m.-1p.m. | MVC Event 11 | 14 ne Ju , ay sd ne ed W

Wet & Wild: Summer Fun for All Ages By Melissa Parsons

Lifestyle Director

As if you couldn’t tell by checking the temperature, it’s officially summer. As residents of all ages look to beat the heat and make the most of the season, we’re hosting three community events to get both the young and the young-at-heart to join the fun. Grown-ups don’t get to enjoy the benefit of no school for the summer, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy ourselves, right? On Saturday, June 3, we host Party Gone Wild at the Foothills Center Pool from 7:30-10 p.m. Leave the kids at home as you enjoy a live DJ, pizza, dessert and pool-side fun with your friends and neighbors. Tickets for this BYOB party are $5 per person. A week later, on Friday, June 9, it’s time for the young ones to enjoy some fun at the pool. That night, we’ll be hosting a Dive-In Movie screening of Disney’s hit island-themed movie “Moana” at 7:30 p.m. at the MVC Pool. The movie is free, and our sponsor Cross of Glory Lutheran Church will be selling hot dogs. And we couldn’t forget about our teens. On Wednesday, June 14, youth ages 11-17 are invited to Teen Water Wars from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the MVC Event Lawn. This fun event includes team competitions, water games, inflatable water slides, pizza and more. Tickets are $5 per teen; register by 5 p.m. Monday, June 12. When your teens complain there’s nothing to do this summer, remind them about this great event designed just for them! Tickets for Party Gone Wild and Teen Water Wars can be purchased online at or in person at the Lifestyle Office. We hope you have a great summer, and we especially hope you’ll spend part of it with us at these and other upcoming community events!

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featured activity Mah-Jongg: Building Community One Tile at a Time By the Lifestyle Team

Certain outlets in our lives help us recuperate from difficult situations or events. Some experiences are extreme; others, not so much, but regardless of the situation, we always find the perfect remedy to ensure the preservation of ourselves and our friendships. Mah-jongg is one of many clubs that make up Vistancia’s healthy lifestyle program. Club facilitator Patty Hopkins, who moved to the community with her husband 11 years ago, says playing mah-jongg helped her recover from tough times and allowed her a space to heal. This is her story. “My husband was experiencing some health issues. During that time, to ease my mind, I learned how to play mah-jongg. My friends came to my house once a week to play; it was the highlight of my social life. When my husband passed away, I was at a loss as to what to do. After a while, I decided to check out some of the activities Vistancia had to offer. I joined the bunco group with Harrianne Kopel. Not only did I love the game, the people surrounding me made my experience much more enjoyable. This wonderful experience encouraged me to take part in the once-a-month luncheon group. There, I met many people interested in learning the game of mah-jongg. I decided to invite everyone to my house to learn the game. It was such a positive turnout, I knew we needed a bigger space.” Patty came to the Association with the idea of launching a new club. We quickly added mah-jongg to the lineup and appointed Patty as the club’s facilitator. We worked closely with her to develop marketing material and allowed her to utilize the clubhouse for meetings. Mah-jongg has been a part of the community for about two years and has grown from only a few members to more than 20. Patty has truly provided the community a wonderful opportunity for residents to connect. As the Association’s lifestyle team, we find comfort in knowing residents help each other come together and embrace common interests. A healthy lifestyle program brings out the best in who we are as individuals and provides an opportunity to share those sides of us with others. It can also be the perfect outlet or place of healing when you’re surrounded by wonderful, caring and supportive people. Sometimes, life is all fun and games; what’s stopping you from joining?

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getting crafty Homemade Lavender Sugar Scrub By Vanessa Coppola

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After spending time in the summer sun, there’s nothing better than a sugar scrub to keep your skin soft. With only five ingredients – many of which you might already have in your pantry – this homemade sugar scrub recipe is easy and smells divine. The recipe calls for lavender essential oil, but you can use your favorite variety. You can gift this sugar scrub to teachers, friends, coworkers or neighbors – or enjoy it yourself.

INGREDIENTS • 1/2 cup coconut oil • 1 1/2 cups white sugar • 10 drops lavender essential oil • Two tablespoons lavender buds • Three drops purple food coloring • Mason jar (pint size)


1. Mix 1 1/2 cups of white sugar with 1/2 cup of melted coconut oil. 2. Add three drops of purple food coloring; mix. 3. Mix in two tablespoons of lavender buds, which can be found at most grocery stores. 4. Mix in 10 drops of lavender oil; mix until all ingredients are fully combined. 5. Add sugar scrub to mason jar.

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artist gallery Make Your Own Aromatherapy Bracelet

Show your summer style by making this simple and stylish aromatherapy bracelet using beads and other supplies from your favorite retailer; I prefer shopping at Michael’s and Amazon.

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Unvarnished rosewood beads readily absorb essential oils. By using one to two drops of your favorite essential oil, you can enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy for several hours or even days.

By Laura Bray

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The design consists of simple bead stringing and knots and can be easily completed in less than two hours. Using beads of your choice, you can create your own custom design. SUPPLIES • Fine hemp cord • 6-8-millimeter natural stone and wood beads (or beads of your choice with a .5-1 millimeter hole) • Copper ring beads (or other metal ring beads, approximately one-half inch in diameter) • Large-hole metal beads or metal accessories (choose large-hole findings like Pandora beads that are large enough to string onto two pieces of cord) • Unvarnished rosewood beads • Suede lace • Chapstick or other wax INSTRUCTIONS 1. Cut two to four strands of hemp cord, approximately nine inches in length. 2. Cut two pieces of suede lace, approximately 12 inches in length. 3. Tie the cords to a copper ring using a single knot. 4. String the beads of your choice onto each strand, making sure to incorporate at least four rosewood beads. Note, you might need to add a small amount of chapstick to the cord and experiment to find irregularly shaped beads that are easier to string. 5. Once you have strung the beads, tie off the ends of the hemp cords in a single knot. 6. Tie the ends of the suede lace to the single knot of hemp cord. Make sure the knot is secure. 7. Add a metal accessory to the hemp cord. 8. Tie another knot in the leather cord. Optionally, add another metal accessory. 9. Tie a final knot at the end. Use a tight knot, so it can fit into the copper loop you started with at the other end of the bracelet. 10. Slip the knot into the copper loop to form a clasp. 11. Add one or two drops of your favorite essential oil and enjoy! Laura Bray is a Vistancia resident, jeweler and author. Visit her website at

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what’s happening First Friday Coffee

Friday, June 2 | 9a.m. | Association Office

On the first Friday of each month, meet new friends and catch up with neighbors while enjoying free coffee and donuts. Special thanks to event sponsor Edward Jones of Vistancia.

Corks and Canvas

Friday, June 2 | 6:30p.m. | Association Office

Uncork your inner canvas, as Palate2Palette hosts this hands-on event. Whether you’ve never picked up a paintbrush or you’re a seasoned artist looking to enjoy a fun and creative night out, Corks and Canvas is just for you. Canvases, easels, aprons, brushes, paint and professional step-by-step instruction will be provided. Participants will go home with their own 16x20-inch masterpiece. Feel free to bring your own beer, wine or favorite beverage. Registration is $35. To register, email Beth at

Party Gone Wild

Saturday, June 3 | 7:30-10p.m. | Foothills Center Pool

Who says summer break is just for the kids? Join your friends and neighbors for a crazy evening around the pool. This BYOB party features a live DJ, food, dessert and pool-side fun for the older crowd. Come out and party like no other as the summer season officially gets underway. Tickets are $5; seating is limited, so bring a chair. Read more on page 12.


Saturday, June 3 | 5p.m. | MVC Clubhouse

Feeling lucky? Test your luck in a fun, exciting atmosphere. Learn more at


Saturday, June 10 | 6p.m. | MVC Clubhouse

Join friends and neighbors for an evening of cards. For more information, contact Dana Sappington at

Hiking Club

Saturdays, June 10 and 24 | 6:30a.m. | Foothills Center

Take a hike through the beautiful Arizona desert and make friends in the process. For more information, contact Sarina Hobbs at

Family Dive-In Movie

Friday, June 9 | 7:30p.m. | MVC Pool

This one’s fun for the whole family. Enjoy an evening at the pool and a family friendly movie. Summer has arrived; take advantage of it! Come experience life in the isles with Disney’s “Moana.” Read more on page 12.

Dwornik Law Seminar: Planning is Essential Saturday, June 24 | 5p.m. | MVC Clubhouse

Do you have a plan for your family? A good estate plan coordinates what happens to your home, savings, investments and business and retirement accounts. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions after the seminar. RSVP to or 480-809-1014.


Mondays and Fridays | 10:30a.m.-2:30p.m. | MVC Gym Wednesdays | 7-9p.m. | MVC Gym

Teen Water Wars

Wednesday, June 14 | 11a.m.-1p.m. | MVC Event Lawn

Who says there’s nothing for youth ages 11-17 to do during the summer? This is a great chance to hang out with friends and beat the heat by joining in a variety of water-themed games and activities. Tickets are $5 per teen; register by June 12. Read more on page 12.

Learn a new sport this summer. Pickleball combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong to create a fast-paced game for all ages and skill levels. For more information, contact Kathy and Ray McKinstry at

Learn more about our clubs and classes on page 19 or online at

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SAVE THE DATE First Friday Coffee

Friday, July 7 | 9a.m. | Association Office

On the first Friday of each month, meet new friends and catch up with neighbors while enjoying free coffee and donuts. Special thanks to event sponsor Edward Jones of Vistancia.

Village Café Quarterly Breakfast


Saturday, July 8 | 9-10:30a.m. | MVC Clubhouse

Spirit Song Church sponsors our quarterly community breakfast, featuring a delicious array of muffins, bagels, danishes, fresh fruit, yogurt, coffee, juice and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to mingle with neighbors. This event coincides with our quarterly new homeowner orientation program.

Fantastic Fridays

Fridays in July | 10a.m. | MVC Clubhouse

Each Friday in July, we’re offering a fun program for kids. This year’s line-up includes a superhero and princess party, a magic show, a craft day and an African expedition. Tickets are $3 per child for each session.

Geeks Who Drink Pub Trivia Night

Saturday, July 29 | 7-9p.m. | Association Office

Are you a bastion of worthless information? Think you can outsmart your friends and neighbors? Put your trivia skills to the test at this fun new event. Tickets are $10 per person; space is limited. Event contains mature material.

Association Office Community Patrol Association Emergency (Midnight-8 a.m.)

623-215-8646 480-313-2685 800-274-3165

EMERGENCY SERVICES Police and Animal Control Police North Valley Tip Line Fire Department Arrowhead Hospital North Peoria Emergency Center

623-773-8311 623-773-5077 623-773-7279 623-561-1000 623-561-2022

CITY OF PEORIA City Hall Post Office Sunrise Mountain Library

623-773-7000 623-979-8533 623-773-8650

PUBLIC UTILITIES Southwest Gas APS (Electric) City of Peoria Water and Trash

877-860-6020 602-371-7171 623-773-7160

PEORIA UNIFIED SCHOOLS District Office Lake Pleasant Elementary Vistancia Elementary Liberty High School

623-486-6000 623-773-6575 623-773-6500 623-773-6525

CHURCHES Cross of Glory Lutheran Church Spirit Song Church

623-224-8839 623-824-1357


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Learn more about all Association -sponsored classes and clubs online at • Aquaria Swim School | | 623-680-6835 | $ • Book Club | Diana Daniels | • Bunco | Harrianne Kopel | • Canasta | Linda Hutchinson | • Cheer Club | Clarissa or Stacy | | 623-271-3483 | $ • Constitution Article V Club | Dennis Reiber | • Dog Lovers Group | Edith Schmidt | • Euchre | Dana Sappington | • Fitness Boot Camp | Jennifer Pugh | | 435-701-0065 | $

• Flex Yoga | Ilaiza Cochrane | | $ • Game Group | Harrianne Kopel | • Helping Hands | Robert and Julia Miller | | 623-760-5582 • Hiking Group | Sarina Hobbs | • Holy Yoga | Alissa Salava | • KnitWits Knitting Group | Diana Daniels | • Mah-Jongg | Patty Hopkins | • MOMS Club | • Music Class | Melissa Richardson | | $ • Photography Club | Steve Bondhus | • Pickleball | Kathy and Ray McKinstry | • PiYo Live | Diana Wright | | $ • Poker Club | | | $ • Stroller Strides | Kelly Nielsen | | $ • Swim Lessons | | 602-284-4399 | $ • Tennis Club | Howie Grover | | 623-215-8708 • Tennis Lessons | Joe Ragland | 623-680-6738 | $ • Tumble ‘N’ Dance | Tawni Lanoue | | $

• Vistancia Vipers Swim Team | Jen Peery | | $ • Vistancia Waterworks Swim Lessions | 425-492-6871 | $ • Vistancia Wine Club | Jim Allen | chrane

Co Flex Yoga | Ilaiza

• Water Aerobics | Lisa Siminoff | $ denotes program/registration fee

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lake pleasant elementary Remember These Important Dates By Thomas Green Principal

Lake Pleasant Elementary School’s out for summer. Summer Office Hours | 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday Office Closed | June 2-July 17 Class Lists Posted | 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 Meet the Teacher Night | 4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 7 School Resumes | Wednesday, Aug. 9 Have a great summer; we’ll see everyone in August! Stay up to date by checking out the Lake Pleasant Elementary website at and liking us on Facebook! Lake Pleasant is a school of choice built on trust, community and collaboration. We are invested in providing meaningful experiences promoting individual success and a passion for lifelong learning.

Get a Jumpstart on Kindergarten By Jennifer Kazmar Principal

Hello, Vistancia families! We hope your summer is going well. Just a reminder, if you’re new to Vistancia and have not yet registered your child for the 2017-18 school year, please do so as soon as possible. We are offering a Kinder Camp from 8-11 a.m. July 24-27 on the Vistancia Elementary campus; this program is open to any Peoria Unified-enrolled kindergarteners. Registration ends July 17. The program costs $60 per student, which includes a daily snack. Let us help your child get a jumpstart on life as a kindergartener. Alongside a certified early childhood teacher, students will review basic curriculum such as rhyming, writing, numbers, early reading skills and exploring the library, cafeteria and playground. Space is limited at each campus; the program is also offered at Coyote Hills, Frontier, Foothills, Oakwood and Marshall Ranch. Please email Kelli Johnson at or call the preschool office at 623-773-6675 for more information or to register.

vistancia elementary

It Takes a


good neighbor recognition

The Village at Vistancia is full of good neighbors, whose kind acts make this community such a wonderful place to live. That’s why Vistancia and Print2order® are happy to offer this new program, It Takes a Village, to recognize good neighbors and share the stories of their selfless acts of kindness. As a resident of Vistancia we are asking you to share the stories about your neighbors who went above and beyond the normal neighborly duties. There is no act to small or insignificant; villages are built one kind act at a time. Each quarter we will select one story to spotlight in the Vistancia Living Magazine and in the spirit of giving back, Print2order will pay the quarterly assessments for both the good neighbor and the neighbor who shared the story.

DO YOU HAVE A GOOD NEIGHBOR YOU WOULD LIKE TO NOMINATE? Please submit your name and contact information, along with the resident’s name, address, and the reason you are nominating them. Winners are selected every quarter from the previous nominations. Show your neighbors you appreciate them today by submitting a nomination on


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blackstone country club Member for a Day

Experience Blackstone Country Club

By the Vistancia Information Center

The Northwest Valley’s premier private country club is located right in your backyard. If you’re not already a member and would like to experience the golf and Club lifestyle of Blackstone Country Club, you and a friend can enjoy the Club as a “Member for a Day.” Through Sept. 30, you can receive a round of golf for two on the Jim Engh-designed championship course, lunch and a tour of the beautiful 30,000-square-foot Hacienda club for $150*. Blackstone Country Club offers a one-of-a-kind private Club experience with three beautiful resortstyle pools, a 24-hour fitness center, tennis facilities, a wine bar and casual and fine-dining options, along with events and lifestyle programming year-round. There are several Club membership options available, including equity golf, non-equity golf and social memberships. Schedule your “Member for a Day” experience today by calling the Membership Director at 623-707-8700. Visit for full details. *Refundable with commencement of Golf or Social membership. Offer valid between May 16 and Sept. 30, 2017. Blackstone Country Club is a private facility. The golf course, clubhouse and other facilities are part of Blackstone Country Club and are not included with the purchase of real estate. See governing Club documents at for terms, conditions and costs. Membership offers may be canceled at any time. All rights reserved ©2017

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Use the Summer to Prepare for College Applications By Susan Larik

Owner |

College application season is an exciting time for high school students, but the multitude of options and the wealth of information available can make it feel a little overwhelming. Here are a few ways you can get a head start on the process this summer. Determine what’s important: There are thousands of colleges in the United States. How do you choose? Typically, it’s a process of narrowing down from what often starts as a long list. First, examine what’s important to you. Do you want a big school or a smaller one? Big schools offer more activities and options, but the tradeoff is larger classes and less recognition. Consider location, climate, distance from home and ease of travel. Are you looking for a particular academic program or major? Does the school offer, or is it located near, the types of leisure activities you enjoy? Are fraternities and sororities an integral part of campus life? Is cost a factor? Can you get your degree in four years? Once you establish some basic criteria, start your research. You’ll soon hone in on the factors most important to you and shorten your list. Line up references: Most teachers are happy to write recommendations for students, but popular teachers get more requests than they have time to accommodate, so ask soon—even though you won’t need the letters until the fall. That way, you’ll have references from the teachers who know you the best and think the most highly of you. Prepare an activity summary: Schools want to know what you’re involved in beyond grades and test scores. Prepare a summary of clubs, athletics, work, community service and leadership activities you’ve been involved in throughout high school. Include dates, number of weekly hours, brief descriptions and any honors or awards. You’ll use the summary as a reference when you fill out your applications, and some schools will allow you to attach it to your application to provide additional detail. Plan college visits: If you have time to visit colleges before you apply, do it. You’ll get valuable ammunition to help make your applications stand out. If this isn’t possible, set aside time for visits prior to the May 1 standard deadline to accept admission offers and mark it on your calendar. Try to visit schools when they’re in session to get the best feel for the atmosphere of each campus.

Ponder essay questions: Writing college essays can be great fun because they’re about something you’re an expert on: you! Many schools use the same questions, or “prompts,” every year, so check recent application forms on the websites of the schools you’re interested in. Prompts are typically very broad, so you can decide what to write about within a general topic. Think about elements of your background, personality, experience or goals that schools would be most interested in and consider how to communicate these elements within your essays. offers classes and private consulting on the college application process and writing college and scholarship essays that shine.

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city of peoria Opportunities for Teens By Bridget Binsbacher

Mesquite District Representative | Peoria City Council

Pictured from Left to Right: Bridget Binsbacher and Madeline Briggs, an eighth-grade student from Lake Pleasant Elementary.

I’m sure many of you agree youth are the future of this country; beyond that, they are also the future of our great city. Their thoughts and opinions need to feel valued if we want to foster creativity and raise these young men and women to be leaders. We need to show them their government cares about them now more than ever. Fortunately, the youth here have an opportunity to get involved. Peoria recognizes the value of having the voice of our youth at the table and took steps to ensure this almost a decade ago when the Peoria City Council created the Youth Advisory Board (YAB). The Youth Advisory Board consists of 19 members who act in the same role as adult advisory boards. They advise city staff on the development of public recreation, special events, ordinances and proposals pertaining to youth within our community. Once a member, teens also have the opportunity to serve as a Council Youth Liaison. The Council Youth Liaison program, the first of its kind in Arizona, acts as a way for youth to participate in civic engagement at a deeper level. These liaisons serve as the bridge between the YAB and the Peoria City Council. If you’d like more information, please contact me, visit or call 623-773-8494.

Peoria Reads Mayor Carlat sponsors Peoria Reads for a second year this summer. The program began in May and is part of the mayor’s effort to help with youth literacy in Peoria. “Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader” encourages Peoria’s younger generation to read at least 20 minutes per day over summer vacation. Participants have chances to win prizes, such as digital tablets, Barnes and Noble gift cards and complete book sets. Program participants can also increase their chances of winning by attending free, activity-filled events throughout the summer. For more information, visit Get a Taste of Peoria on June 17 On Saturday, June 17, Peoria hosts a unique local event — Live, Laugh, Local — at Pleasant Harbor at Lake Pleasant, 40202 N. 87th Ave. Peoria’s local restaurants, brewers and boutique eateries are the stars of this public event, featuring local entertainment, demonstrations, food, wine and beer tastings, cigar bar and more. Admission is $25 for the general public, $15 for designated drivers and free for children ages five and younger. For tickets and more information, visit or call 623-773-7137.

Pleasant Harbor Fourth of July Fireworks Show Pleasant Harbor and Maricopa Water District host their annual Fourth of July Fireworks show on Monday, July 3. Previous shows included live music, inflatables and craft vendors. Located on the southeastern shores of Lake Pleasant, Pleasant Harbor provides great views of the lake, along with a full-service restaurant. Festivities begin at 5 p.m., with fireworks at 9 p.m. and activities running until 11 p.m. For more information, call 928-501-5270. What would you like to see in your community? If there is something you would like to see in our district or if you have any concerns, I want to know. Contact me directly at: 623-773-7306 @bridget.binsbacher @bab_bridget Sign up for my newsletter by visiting – select “Mesquite District Update” and enter your email address. Thank you for the opportunity to serve you.

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police beat Prevention Explained in Three P’s By Bruce Walls

North Precinct Commander | Peoria Police Department

My department is attempting to reach each of our citizens to emphasize the importance of self-security, so I’m hoping to reach each of you with one of the three P’s – poem, puzzle and passage. Enjoy!

city briefs Redistricting Map Finalized The Peoria City Council officially selected a redistricting map to be used beginning with the next Council elections in August 2018. This process was required as part of the city’s mid-decade census count to rebalance each of Peoria’s six council districts. Vistancia remains in the Mesquite District. City, ABT Partner for Book Drive The city and Arizona Broadway Theater are collaborating for a summer book drive. Donate a new children’s book to the Peoria Main or Sunrise Mountain libraries and receive a special edition “Beauty and the Beast” bookmark with a coupon code for tickets to ABT’s production of the show.


I feel like I am waging a war against myself. I am constantly screaming, “Crime does affect wealth.” So, why is it people feel as though they’re immune? Cars, homes and garage doors left open — can you feel the rise of the full moon? The first call, “I’ve been robbed; they took my computer.” The second call, “Someone broke in and stole my shooter.” The third call, “We were burglarized; they got my scooter.” Here comes the troubleshooter. Calls one, two and three, there was no forced entry. You simply forgot to lock, and now you are in shock that you got got. I feel like I am waging a war against myself. No matter how much I yell, crime does affect wealth. Some will continue to ignore the screams, only to wake from their dreams The victim of a crime.


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Sunrise Mountain Library is a Hydration Station To help combat summer heat, the city and the Maricopa Association of Governments have established hydration stations throughout the city, including Sunrise Mountain Library. The library’s station is open: Monday-Thursday | 9a.m.-9p.m. Friday-Saturday | 9a.m.-6p.m. Sunday | 1-5p.m. Learn about these items and more at


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Please secure your valuables, lock your homes and vehicles, and close your garage doors when not in use. Crime is about opportunity; prevention is about minimizing that opportunity. Help us keep your community safe and free of crime; call the Peoria Police Department to report suspicious activity. In an emergency, call 911; the non-emergency line is 623-773-8311.

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june 2017





Thursday 1 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Holy Yoga | 10-11a.m. Canasta | 12:30-4p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 3:40-7p.m. PiYo Live! | 7-8p.m.

4 Waterworks 1-3p.m.

11 Waterworks 1-3p.m.

18 Waterworks 1-3p.m.

25 Waterworks 1-3p.m.



Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Cheer Camp | 8:30a.m.-1p.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Flex Yoga | 10 -11a.m.

12 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m.



Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Flex Yoga | 8:30- 9:30a.m. Cheer Camp | 8:30a.m.-1p.m. Bunco | noon Pickleball | 7p.m.



8 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Cheer Camp | 8:30a.m.-1p.m. Holy Yoga | 10-11a.m. KnitWits | 10a.m.-noon Canasta | 12:30-4p.m. PiYo Live! | 7-8 p.m.


Bootcamp Bootcamp Bootcamp 5 -7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30 a.m. 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Drop-In Tennis | 8-10 a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8 -10a.m. Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 10-11:30a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10 a.m. Teen Water Wars | 11a.m.-1p.m. Stroller Strides | 9:30-10:30a.m. Stroller Strides | 9:30-10:30a.m. Game Group | 2-4p.m. Holy Yoga | 10-11a.m. Mah-Jongg | 12:30-4p.m. Mah-Jongg | 6-9p.m. Canasta | 12:30-4p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 4:15-7p.m. Pickleball | 7p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 3:40-6:30p.m. Book Club | 7p.m. PiYo Live! | 7-8p.m.


Bootcamp Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Viper Swim |6:30a.m.-noon Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Flex Yoga | 8:30-9:30a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 10-11:30a.m. Stroller Strides | 9:30-10:30a.m. Bunco | 7p.m. Mah-Jongg | 12:30-4p.m. Pickleball | 7p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 4:15-7p.m.


Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Lego Engineering | 9a.m.-noon

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Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-noon Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Cheer Camp | 8:30a.m.-1p.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10p.m. Mah-Jongg | 12:30-4p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 4:15 -7p.m.


Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim| 6:30a.m.-noon Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Flex Yoga | 10-11a.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m.



22 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 6:30a.m.-12p.m. Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Stroller Strides | 9:30-10:30a.m. Holy Yoga | 10-11a.m. KnitWits | 10a.m.-noon Canasta | 12:30-4p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 3:40-6:30p.m. PiYo Live! | 7-8p.m.


Friday 2 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a Viper Swim | 7:30-11:30a.m. First Fridays | 9a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m. Corks & Canvas | 6:30p.m.

9 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30 a.m. Viper Swim | 7:30-11:30a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m. Photography Club 6:30-8:30p.m. Dive-In Movie | 7:30p.m.

16 Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 7:30-11:30a.m. Water Aerobics | 9 -10a.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m.

23 Bootcamp 5 - 7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Viper Swim | 7:30-11:30a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m. Vistancia Wine Club | 6p.m.

Saturday 3 Drop-In Tennis 8-10a.m. Waterworks 9-11a.m. Poker Club 5p.m. Party Gone Wild 7:30-10p.m.

10 Hiking Club 6:30a.m. Drop-In Tennis 8-10a.m. Waterworks 9-11a.m. Euchre | 6-9p.m.

17 Drop-In Tennis 8-10a.m. Waterworks 9-11a.m.

24 Hiking Club 6:30a.m. Drop-In Tennis 8-10a.m. Waterworks 9-11a.m. Dworik Law Seminar | 5p.m.


Bootcamp Bootcamp Bootcamp Bootcamp 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. 5-7a.m. OR 8:30-9:30a.m. Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Drop-In Tennis | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Viper Swim | 7:30-11:30a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Aquaria Swim | 8-10a.m. Lego Engineering | 9a.m.-noon Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Water Aerobics | 9-10a.m. Lego Engineering | 9a.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 10-11:30a.m. Lego Engineering | 9a.m.-noon Lego Engineering | 9a.m.-noon Stroller Strides | 9:30-10:30a.m. Mah-Jongg | 6-9p.m. Pickleball | 10:30a.m.-1p.m. Stroller Strides | 9:30-10:30a.m. Holy Yoga | 10-11a.m. Pickleball | 7p.m. Mah-Jongg | 12:30-4p.m. Canasta | 12:30-4p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 4:15-7p.m. Tumble ‘N’ Dance | 3:40-6:30p.m. Board Meeting | 6:30p.m. PiYo Live! | 7-8p.m.






FOR RESIDENTS THAT NEED WORK DONE AROUND THE HOUSE Coming in September of 2017 Print2order will be launching a new section in the Victancia Living Magazine to provide residents easy access to companies that offer home services in your area. In the digital age we live in and as phone books become less and less available, this guide will provide a simple solution all in one place. How many times have you needed a plumber or painter and had to weed through the hundreds of listings online? Only to find that the company doesn’t work in your area or you spend 10 minutes on their website trying to find a number to call? Our Home Service Guide solves both those problems with easy to view listings like the samples you see below.

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