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Mountain Park Ranch HOA thanks community for Fourth of July Parade success

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Posted: Thursday, July 12, 2012 2:16 pm

A big thank you to all who participated in the Mountain Park Ranch HOA (MPRHOA) Annual Fourth of July Parade. The welcomed cooler weather made the event more enjoyable, and the early morning start time beat out the rain.

We want to thank the City of Phoenix for providing fire department personnel, committee chairperson Andy Hayes for help organizing the event, Mike Opich for use again of his convertible, Don Hammer for taking hundreds of pictures, sponsors Madison Avenue Salon, CK’s, Barro’s Pizza, Loco Patron, Outback Steakhouse, Spinato’s Pizza, and Yoasis Yogurt for donations and prizes for the kids, in addition to MPRHOA maintenance personnel Joe Brooks and David Vasquez for cooking hundreds of hot dogs, Paramount Landscaping for donating staff to help with maintaining and keeping the area clean for all to enjoy, MPRHOA Pool Monitors who helped with all the water slides, games, and serving sno-cones, Slide & Bounce Around for all the inflatables, Figueroa DJ Service for great music, and especially a big thank you to the hundreds of homeowners and their families who participated and made this annual parade so worthwhile and a success.

We cannot thank you all enough for your help and support for our community.

Jim Welch

Executive Director

Mountain Park Ranch Homeowners Association

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