‘Girls Just Wanna Have

Fun ... and Be Healthy’

The Ahwatukee Foothills Family YMCA and The Living Well Retreats will host their "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun...and Be Healthy" Women’s Wellness Retreat and Fundraiser May 14 and 15 at the Sky Y Ranch just outside of Prescott.

This summer camp-style retreat is designed for women who want to get away from the daily grind and experience both renewal and transformation of the mind, body and spirit while having fun with other women. Topics will include life balance, nutrition and mindful eating, physical fitness, team building, overcoming fear and more.

Presenters will include Michelle May, M.D. (Am I Hungry?, Holy Yoga), Dawn Rutledge (The Living Well Retreats, Holy Yoga, Am I Hungry?) and Vicki Sandler (Wearthly Ideas).

The $260 fee includes all instruction, materials, summer camp-style accommodations, meals, snacks and beverages. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign.

For more information or to register, visit ymcawomenswellnessretreat.eventbrite.com, e-mail dawn@thelivingwellretreats.com or call (480) 250-5867.


Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Group

Sunrise of Chandler Assisted Living, 5757 W. Chandler Blvd., hosts an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Group from 6 to 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every month. Representatives from the Alzheimer’s Association lead the meetings along with Sunrise of Chandler coordinators. Food and beverages will be provided.

Meeting dates and topics: May 11 (Behaviors: What are they, What do I do?), June 8, (Partnering with your doctor), July 13 (Research and Treatment), Aug. 10 (general discussion), Sept. 14 (general discussion), Oct. 12 (When is the right time for hospice?), Nov. 9 (general discussion) and Dec. 14 (general discussion).

For more information or to RSVP, call (480) 786-4998


Arm balances and inversions at Inner Vision Yoga

Josh Rothman will teach a class on arm balances and inversions from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, May 15, at Inner Vision Yoga, 1949 W. Ray Road, Suite 8, Chandler.


Join him for this inspiring and playful workshop. All levels are welcome. The cost is $35 per person.

For information, visit www.Innervisionyoga.com or call (480) 632-7899.


Tempe St. Luke’s offers healthy events for adults 55+

SeniorAdvantage is a program at Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital that promotes healthy living in adults ages 55 and up. Each month, community seminars and events are offered for seniors.

Along with educational seminars, SeniorAdvantage members enjoy additional benefits, including free and discounted health screenings, exercise classes, VIP (Very Important Patient) program, medication reviews with a member of the Pharmacy Department and insurance information assistance.

Upcoming programs include: Mindfulness, 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 11; Is Health Choice an Option for You?, 10 to 11 a.m. Friday, May 14; Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids, 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 19; Sip N’ Stitch, 2 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, May 21; Mammograms, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 26. Call (480) 784-5605 to schedule an appointment - a physician referral is required); and Coffee with the Administrator, 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday, May 27.

SeniorAdvantage membership is free to join through the end of May. To learn more about becoming a SeniorAdvantage member or to register for upcoming events, call (877) 351-WELL (9355) or log on to www.tempestlukeshospital.com.


National Bone Marrow Registry Drive May 13

The Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at Mayo Clinic and Phoenix Children’s Hospital will host the National Marrow Donor Program’s "Be The Match: MARROWTHON Donor Recruitment Campaign" May 13. This is a chance for members of the community and employees to help give the gift of life by joining the Be The Match Registry.

The drive will take place at three locations: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Mayo Clinic, 13400 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at


Mayo Clinic Hospital, 5777 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix; and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, 1919 E. Thomas Road.

People ages 18 to 60 in generally good health are encouraged to attend and fill out a short questionnaire.  Then a small swab of cheek cells will be taken with a cotton swab to determine the tissue type to be matched against patients who need a donor. This information is then added to the Be The Match registry. No extraction of blood or marrow takes place at the event – just the screening and the swabbing.  The test results are then added to the Registry.

For more information, contact the Mayo Clinic at (480) 342-0290 or Phoenix Children’s Hospital at (602) 546-0824 or visit www.phoenixchildrens.com.


Chandler Café to host fundraising dinner for JDRF 

Sandstone Café, 4959 W. Ray Road in Chandler, will host a fundraising dinner on Saturday, May 15, to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Café owner Jeff Burgos is the father of a 10-year-old daughter who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 7.

The cost of the dinner is $40 for adults and $20 for children and will include a buffet of chef-carved meats, seafood, fresh salads, vegetables and dessert. Two bands are scheduled to play. Dinner will start at 4 p.m. and continue until 8:30 p.m. The event will continue until the café closes at 2 a.m.

Proceeds will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The owners are requesting sponsors to help defray costs and maximize the donation to JDRF, whose mission is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. The funds raised will directly benefit Type-1 diabetes research.

For more information, call (480) 961-2913.


Making strides for the Breast Cancer Fund

Help make charitable strides with Stroller Strides starting at 7 a.m. Saturday, May 15, at the Phoenix Zoo,

455 North Galvin Parkway.

This family-friendly 5K Walk/Run will benefit the Breast Cancer Fund.www.active.com

or call 1-800-917-4561.www.strollerstrides.net/ahwatukee

or call (602) 571-4393.


May blood donors enter to win Grand Canyon Railway tickets

Give blood in May and you could win one of 62 pairs of tickets aboard the Grand Canyon Railway. Through the Blood Buddies referral program, earn a movie ticket if you bring a new donor to United Blood Services.

The United Blood Services Bloodmobile will be at St. Benedict Catholic Church, 16223 S. 48th St., from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, May 16, and at Foothills Baptist Church, 15450 S. 21st St., from 7 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 22.

To make an appointment to donate blood, call 1-877-448-GIVE (4483) or visit www.UnitedBloodServicesAZ.org (click on "Donate Blood" and enter your Zip Code).


Free seminar helps employers prevent noise-induced hearing loss

A free seminar will run from 9 a.m. to noon Monday, May 17, at the Hilton Phoenix Airport, 2435 S. 47th St., to help employers improve hearing conservation efforts and prevent noise-induced hearing loss among their workers.

Titled "HearForever: Best Practices in Hearing Conservation," the three-hour session will provide employers with practical information on noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) and the latest research and technologies to enhance worker hearing protection programs.

The seminar will feature Director of Hearing Conservation Brad Witt of Howard Leight/Sperian Hearing Protection, LLC, and industrial hygienists, occupational health & safety professionals, safety managers and audiologists are urged to attend.

To register, visit www.hearforever.org/hf2010western.


HPV Vaccine and Cervical Cancer seminar coming up

M. D. Anderson Banner Cancer Center will kick off its 2010 Ask the Cancer Expert series with a program on cervical cancer starting at 6 p.m. May 19 in the main ballroom at Embassy Suites, 4400 S. Rural Road, Tempe.  The program will provide education about the disease and its prevention, including the Human Pampilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine.

This Ask the Cancer Expert program is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Guests are asked to reserve seating by calling Banner Health at (602) 230-CARE (2273).

Ask the Cancer Expert events scheduled for the remainder of the year include skin cancer screenings in July and August, a prostate cancer program for men in September and a breast cancer seminar for women in October.


Sun Lakes Parkinson’s Support Group meeting

The Sun Lakes Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday May 20, in the Sun Lakes Country Club Mirror Room, 25601 North Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes.

Terri Ellert, hearing instrument specialist from the Maricopa Hearing Center, will discuss hearing related to the Parkinson patient.

Social time with refreshments will follow the meeting.

For information, call Grace at (480) 895-1734 or Susan at (480) 305-0031.


Women invited to retreats at Camelback Mountain

Women are invited to reflect, engage and connect in the intimate setting of one of Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain’s private mountainside estates during a series of four destination weekend retreats. The retreats will be led by Dena Patton, CEO of the award-winning events and inspiration company, Chat, Chew & Chocolate, and are planned for the weekends of May 21, June 25, Aug. 20 and Oct. 1.

Celebrity speakers include Ali Vincent, first female winner of NBC’s The Biggest Loser, and Martha Beck, The New York Times best-selling author, life coach and columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine. The retreats vary in theme designed for today’s busy "Superwoman," addressing Health and Wellness, Business Boot Camp, Glam in the City and Mind, Body, Spirit. The retreats include pampering and spa time, along with inspirational sessions.

For details visit www.CCCretreats.com.


Addiction recovery organization hosts golf tournament

Enjoy a round of golf and give some green to Alcoholism and Addiction Assistance Association (5A) on Saturday, May 22, at The Foothills Golf Club, 2201 E. Clubhouse Dr. The shotgun start will be at 7:30 a.m., and lunch will follow the tournament.

The fee is $100 per player and includes lunch as well as prizes for the longest drive, longest putt, closest to the pin, and first, second and third place. Mulligans will go for $5 and magic putts $10.

Proceeds will benefit 5A, an organization that operates three recovery houses in Phoenix: The Solution, Craig Shell’s The New Solution and Hope House. These facilities provide sober, safe and affordable housing for those recovering from alcoholism and other addictions.

For more information or to register, visit www.5a.org and click on "Events," or call Jeff at (602) 266-7527.


"Take Steps" for Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation

The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation "Take Steps" walk will start at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at Tempe Town Lake. The national evening walk and celebration is dedicated to finding a cure for these digestive diseases.  Now in its third year, the event has expanded to over 100 walk sites across the country. 

Donations may also be made in the change jar at Ace Hardware at Chandler Boulevard and Desert Foothills Parkway.

For more information about the walk, visit www.cctakesteps.org.


Banner Health offers free screenings for stroke

Banner Health, in conjunction with the American Stroke Association, is offering a free stroke check from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, May 24, at Banner Desert Medical Center, 1400 S. Dobson Road, Mesa. The screening event assesses an individual’s risk factors for having a stroke and includes a written stroke risk assessment, evaluation of the neck arteries, blood pressure check, pulse check, cholesterol screening (four-hour fast is recommended) and review of results by a physician.

Reservations are required by calling (602) 230-CARE (2273).


Send in your bra for a worthy cause

Help Athena’s Home Novelties build a bra chain and raise money for breast cancer awareness. The national campaign, called Athena’s Cup, aims to collect and hook together 169,000 donated bras, which would break the current bra-chain Guinness world record. Athena’s Cup will collect a $5 donation with each bra in an effort to raise half a million dollars. Donors are encouraged to write the names of a loved one or other meaningful inscriptions on the bras prior to sending them in. Gently worn bras will be donated to battered women shelters following the campaign, which will run through October.

Send bras, with a $5 donation, to Athena’s Home Novelties, attn: Katherine Newiger, 7541 E. Toronto St., Tucson, AZ 85730. To donate online, visit www.athenascup.org.

For more information, call Newiger at (520) 272-9706.


ASU, Triple R collaborate to offer program on schizophrenia

Arizona State University and Triple R Behavioral Health, an organization dedicated to the recovery of individuals with serious mental illness, are collaborating to offer training in the Hearing Voices that are Distressing program. The program offers an opportunity to walk a mile in someone’s shoes and experience what life is like with schizophrenia.

Triple R realizes the importance of educating the community and decreasing stigma – encouraging people seek help and assuring services are available. If you or your group (churches, schools, workplaces, foundations, etc.) would like to participate in this special training, call Alicia at (602) 995-7474.


New monthly support group offered for adult children caring for a parent with dementia

Banner Alzheimer’s Institute has created a new caregivers support group for adult children which will meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on the last Tuesday of each month in the first floor conference room at the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute, 901 E. Willetta St.

The group will be facilitated by a social worker who specializes in Alzheimer’s disease and will provide an opportunity for adult children to network and problem-solve with others who face similar challenges.

Participation is free, and registration is not required. For more information, call (602) 839-6850.


Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure offers opportunity to get involved

April is National Volunteer Month, and an impactful way to make a difference in the community is to volunteer for the 2010 Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure Crew. As a member of the medical Crew, licensed professionals are available to provide medical assistance and evaluation to participants.

Last year, more than 5,700 dedicated men and women volunteered as crew members for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure, a three-day, 60-mile walk that takes place in 15 cities nationwide.

While the all-volunteer crew provides services essential to the event, such as medical assistance, food service, camp setup and route logistics, they often go above and beyond, exemplifying the event’s Keep Going spirit by cheering on the walkers and even fundraising.

The Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure is coming to Arizona Nov. 12 to 14.

For more information on Crew requirements or to register as a volunteer Crew member, visit The3Day.org or call 1-800-996-3DAY. Additionally, visit komenphoenix.org for year-round volunteer opportunities with Susan G. Komen for the Cure Phoenix Affiliate.


Urgent Care Center uses iTriage to connect with Mobile users

Desert Valley Urgent Care in Chandler has partnered with Healthagen to put medical and facility information into the hands of smartphone users with iTriage. Smartphone users may download iTriage applications at no cost for their iPhone, iPod Touch or Android smartphones through the app stores, or log onto www.iTriageHealth.com from any Internet-enabled device to access healthcare information.

Built by emergency room physicians, iTriage aggregates healthcare information in a structured and actionable way and closes the information gap between doctors and patients. As the healthcare landscape changes, iTriage continues to provide technology to empower healthcare consumers. With this addition, the Chandler community and the surrounding Phoenix metropolitan area now has on-the-go access to Desert Valley Urgent Care details like contact information, mapping, quality reports and facility capabilities.


St. Joseph’s needs volunteers

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, 350 W. Thomas Road, is looking for people interested in volunteering. Volunteers work side by side with hospital staff, develop camaraderie with other volunteers and have a sense of pride as donate their time to help others. Several opportunities are available.

For more information, call (602) 406-3020.


Lower West Band offers free album downloads to benefit PCH

Members of Lower West, a new low-fi folk pop band out of New York with roots in the west, recently completed their debut album, Only the Dead Know Brooklyn.

The band wanted something good to come out of their music and decided to give away the record for free to anyone who will donate the cost of an album to charity.

From now through Dec. 31, music lovers may visit http://thelowerwest.com, donate $10 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) and download Lower West Band’s unveiling album for free. Funds raised will help provide vital services and programs for children facing serious illness or injury at the hospital.

Band members explain their plan is simple, but the goal is lofty: donate $10,000 to charity in 2010. Each month for 10 months the band will announce another charity that it supports.

For more information, visit the Web site above or call Leah Fischer at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation at (602) 546-2650.


Healing Emphasis Yoga classes offered

Inner Vision Yoga at 725 E. Guadalupe Road in Tempe is hosting a new series of yoga classes called Healing Emphasis Yoga at 5 p.m. Mondays. The class is taught by master level certified instructor Donna DiNunzio and is designed to rehabilitate the lower back using strengthening and flexibility techniques.

For more information, call the studio at (480) 839-1006, Donna at (480) 330-2015 or visit innervisionyoga.com.


21 days to a leaner, healthier you

Paula’s 21 Day Transformation Program starts June 5 and offers three challenging calorie-burning exercise programs; photos of all exercises; a detailed teleconference with a step-by-step explanation of the exercise program; and all the exercises, daily educational e-mails for 21 days on Winning Formula diet and nutritional strategies, sample diet and menu, recipes, recovery tips, injury prevention and healthy lifestyle tips to motivate and inspire you to the next level.

For more information or to sign up, visit www.PaulaOwens.com.


Grief and Divorce Support Groups

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 739 W. Erie St., Chandler, is hosting Divorce Care and Divorce Care for Kids and Grief Share support groups.

For more information, call (480) 963-4127 or visit www.htlutheran.com.


Jewish Family & Children’s Service opens new clinic

Jewish Family & Children’s Service has opened a new behavioral health clinic at 2017 N. Seventh St., Suite A100. Only adults will be served at the new site. The other three clinics (Glendale, Mesa and South Phoenix) serve adults, children and youth.

Adult Behavioral Health programs at JFCS include counseling, psychiatric care, outpatient mental health services, HIV/AIDS services and medication services.

For more information about JFCS programs and services, visit www.jfcsaz.org or call (602) 279-7655.


Chamberlain College of Nursing announces ‘Nurse of the Month’ Award

In an effort to pay tribute to outstanding nurses, Chamberlain College of Nursing has announced a "Nurse of the Month" award to recognize exceptional nurses making a difference in the lives of their patients on a daily basis.

Nominations of outstanding nurses across the country will be accepted through June. Each month a nominee will be chosen to receive the award, which includes a $250 salon and spa gift card or two Universal Studios Park Hopper passes. Monthly winners will be eligible for the "Nurse of the Year" award. The "Nurse of the Year" will receive a grand prize vacation getaway from Chamberlain College of Nursing.

For complete contest details or to nominate a nurse who has made a difference, visit www.chamberlain.edu/nurseofthemonth.


Satisfaction Ratings High for Highway Christian Hospice

Families receiving Highway Christian Hospice services have rated multiple domains as "Excellent," "Always" or 100 percent in the Family Evaluation of Hospice Care Survey for the fourth quarter of 2009. Highway Christian Hospice participates in the performance measures managed by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. The collected data is compiled and compared with other hospices across the nation.

Highway Christian Hospice is a state licensed and Medicare Certified hospice and is a member of the National and Arizona Hospice and Palliative Care Organizations and the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, call (602) 274-1952.


Band offers free downloads to make a difference at PCH

Lower West is a new low-fi folk pop band out of Brooklyn, NY, with roots in the west that recently completed their debut album, Only the Dead Know Brooklyn.

Band members wanted to do something good with their music and decided to give away the record for free to anyone who will donate the cost of an album to charity.

From now through Dec. 31, music lovers are invited to visit http://thelowerwest.com, donate $10 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) and download Lower West Band’s unveiling album for free. Funds raised will help provide vital services and programs for children facing serious illness or injury at PCH.

For more information, visit the Web site above or call Leah Fischer, Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation, at (602) 546-2650.


Stimulate your child’s brain development

The New Directions Institute (NDI) for Infant Brain Development has partnered with Chandler Regional Medical Center to offer a series of Wired for Success workshops which provide interactive training and education on optimal brain development for infants through children age five.

The program has received grant funding for three years through First Things First. Wired for Success is a free four-hour workshop for new and expecting parents, caregivers, and interested community members. This workshop is fun-filled, with hands-on experiences that demonstrate how critical a caregiver’s role can be in wiring up a child’s development. The NDI curriculum concentrates on Security, Touch, Eyes (vision), Play, and Sound (S.T.E.P.S.). Participants will learn how to encourage a child’s learning through interactions in these areas.

One of the free workshops will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 5, in the community room at Ahwatukee Foothills Urgent Care, 4545 E. Chandler Blvd.

Registration is required by calling 1-877-728-5414 or e-mailing resourcelink@chw.edu.


Links Fore Leukemia golf tourney coming up

Join the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for the Sixth Annual Links Fore Leukemia Golf Tournament on Monday, June 7, at Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale.

For details, visit www.lls.org/linksaz or call Cameron at (602) 567-7605.


Alzheimer’s Institute offers educational workshop for caregivers

Caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or related dementia can be overwhelming. That’s why Banner Alzheimer’s Institute has created a full day workshop to help caregivers be more effective and resourceful in their day-to-day roles. The nationally-recognized staff from Banner Alzheimer’s Institute will help caregivers develop a roadmap for successful caregiving in this Memory Assistance and Planning Services (MAPS) class.

The workshop will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, June 25, in the Juniper Room at Banner Desert Hospital, 1400 S. Dobson Road, Mesa. Participants will gain an understanding of the progression of dementia, treatment options, communication strategies, techniques for coping with challenging behaviors, community resources and more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network and share ideas with other caregivers.

The $25 fee includes materials, continental breakfast and lunch.

Reservations and prepayment are required by calling Veronica at (602) 839-6850 or e-mailing veronica.ellis@bannerhealth.com.


Learn how to "Connect Memories through Music" in the GPS for Memory Lectures Series

GPS for Memory (Giving People Strategies for Memory) is a program offered by Banner Alzheimer’s Institute on the second Friday of each month. Participants are invited to attend a free 60-minute lecture on various aspects of dementia, caregiving and brain health.

July’s lecture brings Robin Rio, a Board Certified Music Therapist and Professor at Arizona State University, to speak on Connecting Memories through Music. Her discussion will be from 11 a.m. to noon Friday, July 9, in the Webster Auditorium at the Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Parkway.

Rio has been working with people with dementia since the late 1980’s. Her book, Connecting through Music with People with Dementia: A Guide for Caregivers, helps caregivers to learn simple and effective ways to use music as a form of communication and social interaction.

Following the lecture, participants are welcome to enjoy the lovely surroundings of the Desert Botanical Gardens free of charge.

The lecture is free, but registration is required by calling (602) 839-6850.


Arts Engagement helps those with dementia

Arts Engagement is an innovative arts program that actively engages adults with mild to moderate dementia and their care partners. This series of interactive talks and activities helps promote social interaction, creative expression, and overall quality of life. Sessions start in January at several locations.

For more information about the program, call Vicki at (602) 839-6928.


Racing for Recovery offers support

A new Racing for Recovery support group meets 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays at Spinergy Cycling Studio, 12020 S. Warner-Elliot Loop, Suite 111.

Racing for Recovery offers support to anyone who has been affected by addiction – addict, family member or friend – and promotes health and fitness as a component of recovery.

For information, call Clay at (480) 252-9903, e-mail claylblair@gmail.com or visit www.racingforrecovery.com.


24-hour help hotline

The bilingual Helpline services are free of charge and are available 24 hours a day, everyday, including holidays by calling (602) 263-8856.

Specialists respond to calls from individuals seeking information or referrals to health care programs; emergency food, housing and clothing resources; drug or alcohol treatment programs; adult/child protective services; and marital and family counseling. All calls are confidential.

More information is available online at www.cir.org.


La Leche League meets 1st Thursdays

Join like mothers from around the Valley at La Leche League, an international, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing education, information, support and encouragement to women who want to breastfeed. All women, especially pregnant and nursing mothers, are welcome to attend the meetings from 11 a.m. to noon on the first Thursday of each month at The Center for True Harmony Wellness and Medicine, 2152 S. Vineyard, Suite 138, Mesa.

Children are always welcome. Space is limited, and RSVPs are requested to (480) 539-6646.


Group offers support for depression, anxiety

Sun Lakes resident Deb Ralston has formed a new Peer Support Group offering support for men and women experiencing symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety. The group meets from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Mondays (except first Mondays) in the Phoenix Room at the Cottonwood Clubhouse in Sun Lakes. Meetings are earmarked by confidentiality and respect for the participants’ integrity and privacy.

Ralston has worked as the clinical director of a shelter for abused children and is presently coordinator of volunteers with Neighbors Who Care, a nonprofit agency that assists the home-bound elderly. She offers her guidance to the Monday support group at no cost.

For further information, call Ralston at (480) 334-8671 or Allan at (480) 895-8671.



(480) 898-7924

or jwalker@ahwatukee.com


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