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The official community publication of Vistancia


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  • 6 Managers Message: Welcome Our New Design Review Coordinator

    8 Developer: City of Peoria Approves Rezoning of Vistancia Commercial Land to Residential Uses

    10 Caretaker Landscape: Tree & Shrub Installation

    12 Covenants Corner: The Village at Vistancia Plant Sale

    14 Featured Event: Hallowscream

    16 Whats Happening

    18 Scrapbook

    20 Getting Crafty: Easy Apple Crisp

    22 Liberty High School: School District Faces Make-or-Break Election Day

    22 Vistancia Elementary: Fall Fun

    23 Lake Pleasant Elementary: Art Club Has Begun at Lake Pleasant

    24 Tee Time: I Want to Hit it There

    24 Blackstone Country Club: Overseeding and Seasonal Changes

    26 City of Peoria: Take a Walk in Peoria

    27 Police Beat: The Commanders Community Note

    28 Clubs/Resources

    30 October 2015




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    Whats InsideOCTOBER 2015


    For advertising opportunities, please contact Jonathan E. Himlin at 480.636.6670, or email: [email protected]

    Vistancia Living Magazine is the official community magazine of Vistancia, brought to you by the Vistancia Village Association. It is published monthly by Lion Tree Communications, [email protected] Reproduction in whole or in part of any text, photographs or illustrations without written permission from the publisher is prohibited by law. 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 VLM contributors do not necessarily represent those of the publisher, Vistancia Village Association or its employees. Printed in the USA. 2015 Vistancia Living Magazine. All rights reserved. Please recycle.

    Phone: 623.215.8646 / Fax: 623.215.8647 / www.myvistancia.comOffice Hours: Monday Friday 8AM to 5PM. Additional hours available by appointment.

    Cover photo by Aries 70 Studio

    Advertise in Your Official Community Magazine.Call 480.636.6670 Today to Reserve Your Placement.






    >>> mANAGerS meSSAGe

    By Craig Pustejovsky, Community Manager

    Iwould like to introduce Susan Claeys, Vistancias new Design Review Coordinator. Susan and her husband recently moved to

    Arizona from the Seattle area of Washington. They are both life-long Washingtonians, but decided to follow their best friends to the valley of the sun instead of waiting until retirement. Susan has worked in various positions of the construction industry for Balfour Beatty Construction, Polygon Homes, Bentall Kennedy and Opus Northwest. Susans first job out of college was with a Japanese bank in downtown Seattle. Susan lives nearby in Corta Bella with her husband and two Chihuahuas Eddy and Cooper. Please welcome Susan to Vistancia! If you have questions regarding the design review process, Susan can be reached at [email protected]

    Welcome Our New Design Review Coordinator Susan Claeys



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    Featured Property: The Right Agent Makes All The Difference!

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    Carrie LienhartAssistant Community Manager

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    Michael Brooks Maintenance Director of VMC

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    Jake MondayMaintenance [email protected]

    Andy OlsonCovenants [email protected]

    Casey DoscherAdministrative Coordinator

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    Vinny InfantePatrol

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    Dan RomansPatrol

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    Craig PustejovskyCommunity [email protected]

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    Rudy BogojevichLifestyle [email protected]

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    In response to increased residential activity within the Vistancia community over the past few years, the Vistancia development team has been working with the City of Peoria to rezone several parcels originally planned for commercial uses within the master plan to residential uses. Rezoning plans were submitted to the City of Peoria earlier this year and were approved by City Council on August 26th. These commercial parcels are now available for residential new home builder purchase in the following parcels:

    Village A (Parcel A5, 14-acres): This parcel is located on the southeast corner of Vistancia Boulevard and Lone Mountain Parkway and has been rezoned to medium density residential, which allows five to eight single-family residential dwelling units per acre.

    Four parcels in Village D (Parcels D1, D2, D3B, D4, 112-acres): These parcels are located at the northeast corner of Lone Mountain Parkway and El Mirage Road, just east of Blackstone at Vistancia have all been rezoned from commercial uses to low density residential. This zoning will allow two to five single-family residential dwelling units per acre.

    Parcel design and engineering is currently in development with all five neighborhoods. To learn more about residential and commercial development within Vistancia, visit the Information Center at the gated entrance of Blackstone at Vistancia or call 623.933.6233.

    City of Peoria Approves Rezoning of Vistancia Commercial Land to Residential Uses

    >>> frOm The deveLOper

    By Mark Hammons, Vice President and General Manager


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    full-time REALTORS. We established our Arizona real estate company in Vistancia in 2005.


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    If you missed the deadline, but still want to register for the 5K walk and participate with TEAM VISTANCIA, go to,

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    RACE FOR THE CURE PASTA NIGHTFriday, October 9th, 6:00 p.m.

    at the Mountain Vista Club in Vistancia Village. ALL Vistancia residents

    and guests are invited to celebrate breast cancer survivors!

    Cost: Adults $11 and children 3-12 $9. Go to

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    30744 N. 127th DrOur Buyer | In Vistancia Village4,532 SF Alisia, T. W. Lewis | 5BR/3.5BA/3-car garage

    List Price: $599,000 | Sold Price: $595,000 9/8/2015

    12663 W. Pinnacle Vista DrOur Seller | In Trilogy at Vistancia2,346 SF Serenitas with Casita, Shea | 3BR+Den/3BA/2-car garage

    List Price: $374,700 | Sold Price: $366,000 9/10/2015

    26825 N. 126th LnOur Seller | In Trilogy at Vistancia1813 SF Solis, Shea | 2BR+Den/2BA/2-car garage

    List Price: $299,000 | Sold Price: $299,000 9/8/2015


    >>> CAreTAker LANdSCApe

    Dan Trudeau Director of Horticulture at Vistancia Horticulturist, SLM

    Tree & Shrub Installation

    Spring and fall are the best times of the year to freshen up your landscape with new trees and shrubs or replace those that have been lost. Proper planning and installation will not only make the project fun it will also make the process much easier. .

    The majority of tree and shrub roots occur within the top two feet of soil and extend up to 3 to 5 times the width of the canopy. These roots hold the plant in place and absorb water and nutrients. Steps taken during planting to encourage the growth of these roots can reduce establishment time and improve plant survival and stability. Such steps include shallow, wide planting holes, no organic amendments in the backfill, an organic surface mulch (2 to 4 inches deep), and proper staking of trees when required.

    PLANTING TREES AND SHRUBS 1. Mark a circular area 3 to 4 times the diameter of the plant root ball. Loosen this area to a depth no deeper than the root ball. Walls of the undisturbed soil should be rough and sloping outwardly. Dig a hole in the center of the tilled area slightly wider and no deeper than the root ball.

    2. Always handle the plant by the container or the root ball, never by the trunk or branches. Remove the plant from the container with minimal disturbance to the root ball. Place larger containers on their side and tap the sides and bottom. This will usually free the walls so you can slide the root ball out. Always score the root ball to disturb the surface and to cut any circling roots. This encourages roots to grow into the surrounding soil. Make a vertical cut one-fourth to one half inch deep four times around the sides and twice across the bottom.

    3. The top of the root ball should be level with or slightly above the finished grade to avoid crown rot and other problems. Fill the hole with soil and do not pack.

    4. Remove the nursery stake and ties. Do not prune unnecessarily. Remove only dead, broken or diseased branches using clean, sharp bypass pruners. Do not cover wounds with sealant or paint.

    5. Form an irrigation well or berm, irrigate the plant and the entire tilled area. Apply enough water to thoroughly wet the soil to the depth of the root ball. This will remove air pockets (which can dry out the soil and roots) without compacting the soil. This is best done by hand watering with a hose if possible. More soil may have to be added after the first irrigation. It is important to put water in the irrigation well for the first few weeks to make sure the root ball is moist. If the irrigation well is wider than the root ball, it may stay dry even though the soil is wet. Expand the irrigation well or adopt another method of irrigation once roots are growing into the surrounding soil.

    6. Mulch the entire tilled area with two to four inches of organic material. Keep mulch away from the trunk. If planting in a lawn, try to keep the planting area free of grass by either hand weeding or careful applications of herbicide.

    STAKING TREES Trees are staked for support, anchorage or protection. Stake trees only if they cannot stand without support or if they need protection from other influences or are threatened by wind, frost heaving, or similar problems.

    1. Use only two stakes. Place them outside the root ball and irrigation well at right angles to the prevailing wind. Make sure stakes penetrate undisturbed soil at least six inches.

    2. To determine the height to place the ties, hold trunk with one hand a few inches above ground. If trunk bends over, move up the trunk a few inches and try again. Continue until you find the lowest point on trunk at which it will not bend. Place ties about six inches above this point. Use one set of ties only.

    3. Horticultural tape can be used to tie small trees to stakes. Tie wire and webbing can be used on larger trees with thick bark. If using tie wire and reinforced garden hose, thread wire through the hose. The garden hose should be just long enough to loop around the trunk. Twist wires to keep the garden hose from moving along the wire. The trunk should not move inside the garden hose loop.

    4. Fasten tie wires to stake so the cut ends are between the stake and the tree, not exposed on the outside of the stake. Twist wires to tighten. There should be enough slack to allow the trunk and tree tie garden hose to move as a unit. This gentle movement of the trunk will help develop trunk caliper and taper.

    5. Cut the stakes off below the canopy to prevent wounds to branches.

    6. Inspect and loosen tie wires periodically as the tree grows to avoid girdling the trunk. Remove stakes as soon as possible which is generally within a year. Always remove the nursery trunk stake at planting time.

    Care to Know Tip: As the temperatures start to cool it is time to reduce the days/run times of your irrigation. Trees and plants require much less water as the temperatures cool down and the day light hours are shorter in the coming months.

    Remember it is always best to have a plan. If you have any questions, please ask your Caretaker Professional.

    *** Tips provided by: The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension

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    Residents are all out and about taking advantage of the beautiful weather and begin to notice what landscaping has survived the summer heat.

    During the week of October 19-23 from 8AM-3PM our community landscaping contractor will be providing us with approved plants at wholesale cost to you. We will have these for purchase at the Association Office.

    Periodically, we will also have a representative from Caretaker on site to answer any questions you may have. We will have approximately 100 plants ranging from $8-$12 each. We will be accepting cash or check. Yellow Lantana, Red Lantana, Gopher Plant, Bougainvillea, Sage, Natleplum, Little John, Red Yucca, Ice Plant, Golden Barrel and Penstemon.

    Stop by the Association office, I look forward to seeing you at the sale!

    >>> COveNANTS COrNer

    By Andrew Olson, Covenants Coordinator

    The Village at Vistancia Plant Sale


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    >>> feATured eveNTCommunity

    HallowscreamFriday, October 30 | 5-9PM | Event Lawn

    C reatures are out, the strangest youve seen, ghosts prowling about, tis almost Halloween! Join us for spooky music, ghostly games, costume parade, haunted inflatables, candy cemetery, candy booth, food trucks and more. Wristbands are $3 per child prior to the event, $5 day of the event. Purchase your wristbands at the Association office.

    Hallowscream Candy Stations - Hey Vistancia, we need your help! During Hallowscream on October 30 from 6-8PM we will be having a trick or treating event during Hallowscream. Spirit Song is sponsoring our candy stations and need volunteers. We are asking residents to sign up to create and man a candy station for the 2 hours. You can dress it up, make it spooky or just bring your lawn chairs and hand out candy. There will be numbered stations all around the community center and we are hoping to get 20 stations set up. All you need is you, decorations if you would like and some chairs. We will provide the candy and location. If you are interested, please call Tracy at 623.221.2852

    Candy Donation for Hallowscream! We are asking residents to donate a bag of candy for our Hallowscream event. We are expecting 1000 people and want to make sure we have enough candy for all. If you are able, please drop off a bag of candy at the Association office by October 27!

    A big thank you to Zona Communications and Spirit Song Church for sponsoring this spooky event!

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    Coffee Talk Friday, October 2 | 9 -10AM | Association Office

    Corks & Canvas Friday, October 2 | 7-9PMCome and uncork your inner canvas. Palate2Palette will be joining us to help you along. Whether you have never picked up a paintbrush in your life or you are a seasoned artist looking to have a fun and creative night out, Corks and Canvas night is for you. Canvases, easels, aprons, brushes, paint and professional step by step instruction will be available to you. You will go home with your own 16X20 masterpiece. Feel free to BYOB, beer, wine or favorite beverage. Price is $35. Payments can be made to Beth Hill from Palate2Palette at [email protected]

    Relay for Life Saturday, October 3 | 4-10PM The worlds largest and most impactful fundraising event to end cancer is coming to Vistancia. The evening community fundraising walk features teams of walkers that take turns walking and enjoying food, games and fundraising activities while raising money to help the American Cancer Society. The event will be held at The Mountain Vista Club in The Village at Vistancia. For registration and event details call 623.933.6233.

    Food for Kidz FundraiserSunday, October 4 | 1-5PM | Trilogy ClubhouseStop by and support Food for Kidz. Food for Kidz is in their 10th year and have prepared over 125,000 (each year) dry, nutritious meals for hungry kids. 50% of all the meals that are packed go to the Phoenix Food Bank. This year Trilogy will be hosting a Silpada Jewelry fundraising event in the Tewa Room at the Trilogy Clubhouse. Everyone is welcome to come and browse a huge selection of gorgeous jewelry that representative, Susan Butler has arranged. There will be raffles throughout the afternoon. Please come and support this Food for Kidz event! Then on December 10, Food for Kidz will be hosting a Golf Tournament Fundraiser at the Trilogy Golf Course. We invite everyone to either make up a team of 4 or sign up as a single and enjoy a day of good golfing and great prizes! Contact Alan Doerschel at 623.266.0039 or at [email protected] for more information and to register.

    Oktoberfest Saturday, October 10 | 5:30-8:30PM | Event Lawn Come out and enjoy an evening of live entertainment with The Fun Guys Polka Band, bratwurst, beer and contests! You wont want to miss this fun event where you can kick up your heels, do a little chicken dance and enjoy a beer or two without having to drive too far. You can always sit down and watch a football game sponsored by Zona Communications too. Tickets are $8 per person until October 5 and $10 per person after. Ticket includes: event entrance, 2 beer tickets, bratwurst and chips, live entertainment and the opportunity to win the Masskrugstemmen (stein holding) Contest! We will have a round for guys and gals. Bring your wallet as we will be selling more drink tickets and you must present your ID at the event entrance.

    Story Time with Winnie the WitchTuesday, October 13 | 10AM | Association Office

    Paint & Gogh Class Friday, October 16 | 1-3PM | MVC Clubhouse $25-The kids are off school and you can get them out of the house for some painting with friends! Join Sunny Hall, a retired Deer Valley art teacher as she helps you learn to make something amazing in a fun atmosphere! You dont even need to know how to paint! Price includes: apron, paints, canvas, easels and Sunny brings the FUN! For ages 5-13 years. To register, call Sunny at 623.764.0446. Registration deadline is Wednesday, October 14. Only 15 spots available, so hurry!

    Snores n Smores Family Campout Saturday October 17 at 4PM until Sunday, October 18 at 7AM Ahoy Matey, do we have a camping experience for you! This campout is perfect for first time campers, young families, grandparents and grandkids or any age group for that matter. You bring the tent and bedding, we provide the rest! This years theme is Pirates! You will enjoy inflatables, scavenger hunt, crafts, a live pirate magic show and we will end the night with a great family movie with smores of course! Ticket price includes all entertainment, BBQ dinner, breakfast and fun. Must register by Friday, October 9. Cost is $15 per adult (ages 13+) and $12 per child (children 2 and under are free). No refunds after deadline. We will be camping on the lower event lawn. Dont miss out, limited spots available. If you dont want to stay the night, that is quite alright. Just come enjoy the activities and then head home after the movie. Ticket price is still the same. Call Melissa for more information at 623.215.8646 or email her at [email protected]

    Plant Sale October 19-23 | 8AM-3PM | Association Office

    Hallowscream Friday, October 30 | 5-9PM | Event Lawn

    Upcoming Events:Garage SaleSaturday, November 7 | 7 -11AM | Your GarageCraft FairSaturday, November 7 | 10AM Noon | MVC Parking Lot

    Tailgate & Chili Cook Off Saturday, December 5 | 7-9:30PMCook up a pot of your favorite chili and enter the Chili Cook Off contest while we enjoy a NCAA Championship game out in the parking lot. Grand prize for the Peoples Choice for chili will be awarded 2 tickets to a Cardinals game and a trophy! Call Melissa to enter the contest by emailing her [email protected]

    >>> WhATS hAppeNINGCommunity


    Prescott Christmas Parade Saturday, December 5Price: $79 per personTravel to Arizonas Christmas City, Prescott and watch a legendary parade complete with floats, marching bands, and tap-dancing toddlers. In the evening see the brilliantly decorated town square. You will also visit the Gingerbread Village at the Prescott Resort. This getaway will truly get you in the holiday spirit! For more information call Free Spirit Vacations at 480.926.5547.

    Rose Bowl Parade Thursday, December 31, 2015 Sunday, January 2, 2016Price: $575 pp/double $695 pp/singleJoin Free Spirit Vacations for the Granddaddy of Them All - The Rose Bowl Parade. The Parade of all Parades will be making its way down Colorado Boulevard in grand style on New Years Day and youll have great seats along the parade route for up-close-viewing. Its a sensory event you will not want to miss. See the giant floral floats. Smell the aroma of the millions of roses and other flowers and hear the marching bands play robust sounds. For more information call Free Spirit Vacations at 480.926.5547.


    AZ Tumble & Dance Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday | MVC GymFor more information or to register contact: Tawni Lanoue 602.989.4568 [email protected]

    Vistancia Vipers Tuesday & Thursday | 4-6PM | Foothills PoolOur practices will run through mid December, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Our first practice, the younger junior group will swim from 4-4:45pm, and our senior practice from 5-6pm. This is great extra work for swimmers looking to improve their strokes and endurance. The price for a full month going forward is $65/month. We are limiting the amount of kids because of limited pool time, so please email us if you are interested at [email protected] or [email protected]

    Flex Yoga Mondays 10:30-11:30AM | Wednesdays 8:30-9:30AM | MVC ClubhouseFlex Yoga is a class specifically designed for active mature adults to stretch and strengthen. It is also perfect for the beginner yogi or anyone wanting a gentler practice and open to anyone. It will increase flexibility, lubricate joints, increase muscle tone and build strength, while reducing stress levels and increasing breath capacity. It is a Healthways Silver Sneakers sponsored class free to those who qualify and $5 for all others. Contact Ilaiza for more information at [email protected]

    Pilates Fridays 10:30-11:30AM | MVC Clubhouse

    Vertlocity TrainingFridays 4-6PM | MVC GymVertlocity Training is designed to improve your overall vertical jump, speed, agility, and quickness. You will learn proper vertical jump technique, and perform fun drills that will increase speed and quickness. For more information or to register for a session, contact Coach Jon Martin at [email protected]

    Furniture Painting Mondays & Thursdays | 6-8PM | MVC ClubhouseFor more information or to register, contact Tina at [email protected]

    Water AerobicsMonday, Tuesday, Friday | 9-10AM | Foothills PoolCome out every Monday, Tuesday and Friday to a comfortable workout environment. With all of the benefits of cardio and resistance training, Water Aerobics is sure to be a great, joint stress free workout that everyone will enjoy. If you would like more information contact Lisa Siminoff [email protected] or Diane Schwartz at [email protected]

    Free Educational & Informative Q & A Thursday Oct 8 | 6:30-8:30PM | MVC ClubhouseAll registered guests are invited to come socialize, drink, enjoy some Oktoberfest inspired food, and a chance to win great prizes! For more information or to RSVP, contact Corey at [email protected]

    ACA Health Insurance Seminar Friday, October 16 | 6-8PM | MVC Clubhouse2016 Open Enrollment starts November 1.Please join William Steffen Vistancia resident and Independent Health Agent for 10+ years to discuss the best methods to navigate the 2016 health insurance marketplace. Topics: PPO network closures, the rise of HMOs, matching doctors to smaller networks, premium increases, carrier mergers and exits, income calculation and planning, tax credit eligibility and taxes, outside marketplace options, plan benefits and transitioning to Medicare. Who should attend: Anyone under age 65, who owns a Cobra or private health plan, retired/retiring, self-employed, with no employer group plan or my current cherished clients. RSVP 928.252.2493 or email [email protected]


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    Easy Apple Crisp By Vanessa Rodriguez Coppola of

    Summer is finally behind us and Im looking forward to the cool, crisp days of Fall. Actually, anything under 90 degrees will be a welcomed change here in Arizona. In the meantime, Ill be in my kitchen dreaming of cooler weather with my apple crisp recipe. This recipe is easy enough for kids to help with. Theyll love peeling the apples and using a pastry cutter to blend the ingredients. A must do for your Fall bucket list.

    INGREDIENTS 8 Medium Apples 1 Cup Flour 1 Cup Sugar 1/2 Teaspoon Salt 1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon 1/4 Teaspoon Ground Nutmeg 10 Tablespoons Butter

    DIRECTIONSStep 1: Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

    Step 2: While the oven is preheating, start making the crumble topping. Combine 1 cup of flour, 1 cup sugar, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon cinnamon and 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg in a large mixing bowl.

    Step 3: Slice 10 tablespoons of butter and add to the mixing bowl. Use a pastry blender to blend the ingredients together until the consistency is crumbly.

    Step 4: Wash, peel and slice apples. Arrange apples inside a baking dish (I used a 1.5 qt round dish) and sprinkle crumble topping on top.

    Step 5: Bake at 375 degrees for 50-55 minutes. Stick a fork into one of the apples to make sure that it is tender. Enjoy!

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    Fall Fun

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    School District Faces a Make-or-Break Election Day

    By Molly Murray

    The Peoria Unified Governing Board has proposed a 13% maintenance and operations budget override that will allegedly help stifle the on-going yearly departure of teachers from the district. The

    override will be put up to vote on the November 3, 2015 ballot. This override would mark a 3% increase from the current override of 10%.

    The voters within the district elected a 10% override back in 1996. Every few years, the override has been renewed. The current 10% has allowed approximately $17.8 million dollars to be added to base funding each year. The extra 3% will allow the district to maintain highly qualified teachers, ensuring that PUSD students continue to receive a top-tier education.

    The current 10% budget benefits many different factors within schools. Just to name a few, the current budget allows the district to sufficiently pay for assistant principals, school nurses, physical education programs, arts education, extracurricular activities, athletic programs, developmental reading programs, instructional coaches, and gifted education programs.

    If the override is approved, the additional 3% would be used to attract and retain qualified teachers and staff with competitive

    pay. The state of Arizona is hemorrhaging teachers due to low spending on both staff and students. Compared against the rest of the nation, Arizona ranks last in education funding.

    In general, the attraction and retention of qualified teachers has quite the domino effect. Bringing in more teachers would ultimately decrease class sizes, allowing more one-on-one time with students.

    What would the override look like to the average taxpayer in Arizona? Well, the current override tax rate is $1.1507 per $100,000 of assessed property valuation. The proposed override tax rate would be an estimated $1.5373. This is a net increase of $0.3866. For example, lets say your homes assessed value is $130,860. Your current property tax is $150.58 per year. If the maintenance and operations override passes, your taxes would increase approximately $4 per month.

    If the override is not approved by the voters in November, the current maintenance and operations budget will be phased out over three years. This will cause the budget to reduce by approximately $5.8 million dollars each year. Coupled with the sweeping education cuts already taking place within the state, the health of the district is truly in a most precarious state.

    Below are our October events we hope you can join us for: October 5 - PTO meeting at the MVC Clubhouse at 6:30 pm October 7 - Walk/Bike to School Day at the MVC Parking

    Lot at 7:20 am October 12 - No School-Columbus Day October 15 and 16 - Early Release/Parent Teacher

    Conferences October 29 - Spotlight Student Assembly



    >>> LAke pLeASANT eLemeNTAry

    Art Club Has Begun at Lake Pleasant!

    W ith the addition of our new art teacher, Mrs. Kelsey Spiers, we are excited to announce an Art Club has begun at Lake Pleasant. Art club is an opportunity for students in grades 5th through 8th to expand upon their art and do new art activities that they might not get to in art class. According to Mrs. Speirs, The vision for art

    club is for our students to grow their passion for art, to expand their knowledge of art and what they can create. We want our students to know art is important! We see art everywhere, and its important to have an understanding and appreciation for the arts. Art can also be a way for students to express themselves. Sometimes we cant always tell people what or how we feel but we can create a piece of artwork to gets our feelings out and to let go things inside of us. Our community can support the art program by donating anything they can. It would be great to get some hard cover books, old magazines, and clean empty containers with lids are just a few items that would be helpful.

    You can also visit Mrs. Speirs website at, for more information.

    Lake Pleasant is a school of choice built on trust, community, and collaboration. We are invested in providing meaningful experiences that promote individual success and a passion for lifelong learning.

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    Save the DateThe Lake Pleasant PTO golf tournament will be held on April 16, 2016 at the Trilogy Golf Course. Stay tuned for all of the exciting events that will be happening!


    O ne of the readers of the Vistancia Living requested this months tip. 95% of all golfers cannot or do not line up to hit the ball to their target. I will watch them practicing and ask one simple question;

    where are you trying to hit the ball? The answer to me is I want to hit it out there. Usually out there is a 100 yard wide practice area. Of the three swing fundamentals, alignment is the key to getting the golf ball to go where you want. Practice the following and you will see your going toward the target intentionally:

    During a Tour players pre-shot routine you will see them making sure that they pick an intended target to begin their set-up to hit the ball toward the primary target. Usually they will find a spot about six to twelve inches ahead of the ball in line with their target. Next they will draw an imaginary line through the ball and intended spot on the ground.

    Now that the line of flight has been determined, continue with your set-up and address to the golf ball. The club face will be directly on the line of your intended path. Your feet should be lined up on a parallel line target line. This is crucial. If your feet are at your target and the club is at your target the lines will

    I Want To Hit It There By Greg Ellis, General Manager, Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia

    converge upon each other and this will lead to a virtual closed clubface at impact. With your feet on the proper line, make sure that your knees, hips and shoulders are on the same line as your feet. When practicing, lay clubs on the ground to give you a better visual of this alignment process.

    Finally, when you swing the club, make sure that the club stays long and low on the back swing on the imaginary extended line. When making the downward swing, the hips rotate through first and allow the club to swing back down on the same path and toward the target. Remember to finish the swing with your belt buckle pointing to your intended target. Any swing short of that may not provide the intended results

    Have fun and remember if you need help with this tip or any other, feel free to email me at [email protected] or call me for a lesson at 623-328-5107.

    Make sure to tune in to the Bunker to Bunker Golf Show every Saturday morning from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. on Arizona Sport 98.7 FM or on the internet at for more tips and updates on all of the weeks golfing news in the Valley and around the world. Join me, Jim Hill, and Marty Monaghan for a comprehensive look at the golf world for the week.

    >>> Tee TIme

    >>> bLACkSTONe COuNTry CLub

    With the cooler months upon us, its that time of year again for seasonal changes and Blackstone Country Clubs annual fall overseeding. Each year during the month of October the course closes to prepare for the upcoming golf season. This year Blackstone Country Club will be closed Monday, October 5th through Friday, October 30th. The golf shop and driving range will remain open for practice Wednesday through Sunday from 9AM to 4PM until the Club re-opens for member play. All other Club amenities including the fitness and dining facilities, resort pools and tennis courts will remain operational during normal scheduled hours. To learn more about golf at Blackstone Country Club or if you have questions regarding the course contact the golf shop at 623.707.8710.

    In addition to the seasonal overseeding, please be reminded that the Blackstone at Vistancia gatehouse hours will change for the fall through winter seasons. Starting October 1st, the gatehouse hours will change to 7AM to 7PM through March 31st. For assistance during non-manned hours you may contact the Community Patrol 480-313-2685.

    If you are interested in learning more about membership opportunities at Blackstone Country Club contact Helen Doney at [email protected] or 623-707-8700. If you are

    interested in real estate in Blackstone at Vistancia, visit

    Blackstone Country Club Overseeding and Seasonal Changes By the Vistancia Information Center

    At the club

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    >>> CITy Of peOrIA

    Residents will see a lot of walking in Peoria this month as census enumerators hit the street to assist in the special census and our community kicks of its annual bike and walk to school day. As Peoria residents have witnessed, the city has expe-rienced rapid growth in the past decade. New housing developments, schools, roads, stores, restaurants and more have popped up throughout the city. With explosive growth comes a disparity between public service needs and appropria-tion of funds. Funds are distributed through city governments from the state of Arizona and they are based on population numbers. Every 10 years cities in Arizo-na participate in a U.S. Census and, in some cases, mid-decade census counts to update population counts. Cities fund and operate police and fire departments, emergency response services, waste collection, and road and sidewalk mainte-nance, among other things. The mid-decade census information will help Peoria get its fair share of state and federal funds. Beginning Oct. 1, the City of Peoria will be conducting a special door-to-door census in our community. Enumerators will be walking throughout Peoria communities to gather basic information about residents. The special census counts are only conducted in person, so open your door and be counted!

    Along with the census enumerators, hundreds of kids across the country will participate in Walk and Bike to School Day on Wednesday, Oct. 7. In the morning, I will be serving as an honorary crossing guard at Vistancia Elementary School. Walk and Bike to School Day was developed to help reduce traffic congestion and air pollution around schools, while encouraging physical fitness among students. Students will also learn various safe routes to schools designated by school officials. This day is all about awareness and teaching families about alternative ways of travel. We hope to motivate people to use some of these alternative modes that will reduce traffic as well as offer a health benefit to our community. City officials recommend that students walk or bike to school with a group of friends, and that students who are in kindergarten through third grade be accom-panied by an adult.

    Mid-Decade Census

    6 Questions in 60 Seconds. Open your door & be counted!

    Special Census counts are only conducted in person, so open

    your door and be counted.

    Bring your tax dollars home!Beginning October 1st, the City of

    Peoria, along with the U.S. Census Bureau, will be conducting a special door-to-door Census in our community.

    An updated population count helps Peoria receive its fair share of state and federal funds which provide essential city services, including Fire, Police, Water, Roadways, and more!

    Since the last Census in 2010, Peoria has experienced significant growth. New homes, businesses and industries have moved into our community and its vital that we document this change with certified Census counts.

    Take a Walk in Peoria

    Peoria City CouncilmemberBridget Binsbacher

    Mesquite DistrictSTAY CONNECTED

    [email protected]



    I am pleased to report we have had an exceptional month in regard to crime and that is because of your community involvement. You all have placed a number of calls addressing suspicious activity, traffic

    concerns and my folks have responded. In addition, Lieutenants Ray, Kemp, Pottenger and Hadley have been very proactive in looking at crime in your area and addressing it. I would also like to thank your Community Managers Craig and Carrie. They have been a wealth of information in keeping your trails safe and free of crime. We are going to have a no tolerance approach to anyone causing damage to those trails. We are still working traffic concerns in the community and have taken a warning approach thus far. It is my hope that all of the citizens of Vistancia pay attention to speed and stopping their vehicles when necessary, as we will quickly be approaching no longer giving warnings but citing violators.

    Again, Vistancia is a great community and our crime is minimal. I ask that you help us keep your community safe by reporting criminal and suspicious activity to our non-emergency number 623-773-8311. If you have an emergency situation please call 911. I would also like to let you all know that Mike Self is available to attend any meeting or block watch to talk about recent scams

    >>> pOLICe beAT

    that criminals are perpetrating on community members. He can be reached at [email protected] or 623-773-7082.

    Remember, lock your vehicles, secure your home/valuables, keep your garage doors closed when not in use and stay safe.

    The Commanders Community Note Bruce Walls, North Precinct Commander, Peoria Police Department

  • HOA Office 623.215.8646

    Vistancia Community Patrol 480.313.2685

    Vistancia Village Emergency

    For use between midnight and 8AM 800.274.3165

    City OF PEOriAPolice/Animal Control 623.773.8311

    Peoria Policing Program, North tip Line 623.773.5077

    [email protected]

    Fire 623.773.7279

    Southwest Ambulance 480.655.7234

    Arrowhead Hospital 623.561.1000

    North Peoria Emergency Center 623.561.2022

    Sun Health Hospital 623.214.4000

    Post Office 623.979.8533

    Sunrise Mountain Library 623.773.8650

    UtiLitiESCox Communications 602.694.1952

    Zona Communications 623.455.4500

    Southwest Gas 877.860.6020

    APS (Electric) 602.371.7171

    City of Peoria (water/trash) 623.773.7160

    SCHOOLSPeoria Unified S.D. #11 623.486.6000

    Lake Pleasant Elementary 623.773.6575

    Attendance 623.773.6582

    Vistancia Elementary 623.773.6500

    Attendance 623.773.6508

    Liberty High School 623.773.6525

    Sunrise Mountain High School 623.487.5125

    Creative Castle Preschool and Kindergarten 602.740.9561

    CHUrCHESSpirit Song Church 623.824.1357

    ACtiVitiES AND CLUbS

    Aquaria Swim School: taught 1-on-1, and designed for children ages 6 months to 6

    years, your child will learn how to independently float or to swim safely to the side of the pool.

    the aquatic journey continues from there. Safety, then fun! For more information, visit www. or call 623.680.6835.

    Basketball League: Vistancia now has its own basketball league. Games are Saturday

    mornings from 9AM-1PM. For more info visit

    Bible Study: the womens bible study meets every thursday at 9AM in the MVC Clubhouse.

    All women are invited as we share, discuss, and encourage one another. Call Valerie for more

    information at 623.824.1357.

    Bunco: We need players! Join us in the Clubhouse on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of

    each month at 7PM for an exciting dice game and a great way to meet new friends! the fee

    is $6 per person to play. there are cash prizes available to win. Please contact Harrianne at

    [email protected] if youre interested in playing!

    Cheer Club: We focus on health and fitness, building self confidence and the FUNdamentals

    of cheerleading with the emphasis on fun while working hard to perfect our skills. Email Clarissa

    at [email protected] or call 623.271.3483 for more information.

    Fitness Boot Camp: With a military style of fitness training this class will help you shed

    pounds and get into shape while having fun! Early bird special is $75 for the entire 5 weeks

    Monday-Friday. Call Jennifer at 435.701.0065 or email her at [email protected] to sign

    up. Visit for more information.

    Garden Chat: Garden chat will meet the second Wednesday of every month at 6PM. Contact

    [email protected] for additional information.

    Follow us on Facebook: and find us online at

    Grief Share: After the funeral, when the cards and flowers have stopped coming, most of the people around you return to their normal lives. but your grief continues and you feel alone. Often, friends and family want to help you, but dont know how. thats the reason for GriefShare. Our group is led by caring people who have experienced grief and have rebuilt their lives. Offered to the community by Spirit Song Church. Meets in the Mountain Vista Club building on thursdays 6:30-8:00 p.m. For more information contact Pastor Karol brecheisen at 928.853.5663.

    Helping Hands Club: the Helping Hands club is a group of Vistancia residents with the same mission to help their neighbors in need! if you would like to join the club or if you have a need that the club might be able to assist you with contact robert and Julia Miller 623-760-5582 or [email protected]

    Homeschoolers of Vistancia: Welcoming all homeschooling families and educators or mentors living in or surrounding area of Vistancia. Join to connect with families passionate about home-based, world-based education! Share ideas, tips, curriculum, and encouragement. Schedule meetings, events, activities, and field trips. Connect to our group on Facebook or please contact Julie Goodson 623.680.6928 or Anne-Marie Older 602.354.6741 for information.

    MOMS Club: We are a non-profit network support group for all moms. Whether you are working and looking to connect with other working moms or you stay at home and are looking for friendships for both you and your child, we are the answer. We offer many activities! if you are interested in meeting new moms and making great friendships, please visit

    Poker Club: Come meet your neighbors while playing a game of skill and luck. Vistancia Poker texas hold-em tournaments are held every other Saturday from January through November, with a championship tournament in December. buyins vary from $20 to $50 per tournament. For the full schedule of tournaments or more information, please visit our website at or email [email protected]

    Tennis Club: Drop-in tennis is on tuesdays, thursday and Saturday at the Mountain Vista Club tennis courts at 7:30AM-10:00AM. For more information, contact Howie Grover at [email protected] or call 623.215.8708.

    Tennis Lessons: tennis Pro Joe ragland instructs Children and Adults in multiple settings including private lessons and group clinics. Call Joe for additional information at 623.680.6738.

    Tumble and Dance: AZ tumble N Dance Company LLC non-competitive tumbling and dance. We help children build strength, coordination, flexibility, motor skills, and self confidence. We believe once children experience the feeling of fitness and the fun and joy of movement they will be on their way to an active lifestyle. Classes are available to children ages 2 through 14 years old. beginners to experienced children are all welcome. Our classes and choreography are fun and child appropriate. if you would love to register, contact tawni Lanoue at [email protected] Or visit for program


    Vistancia Village Loaning Library: bring a book take a book at the Loaning Library in the Association Office. We are also always accepting donations for books and DVDs For more information contact the Association Office at 623.215.8646.

    Vistancia Vipers: For more information and to register please contact Jen Peery at [email protected]

    Vistancia Waterworks: Classes will be held at the Mountain Vista Pool. All classes are taught by Coach Mike, an aquatic professional with over thirty years of experience teaching swimming at all levels. For registration please phone 425.492.6871.

    Water Aerobics: Come out every Monday, tuesday and Friday from 9-10AM at the Foothills Pool, a comfortable workout environment. With all of the benefits of cardio and resistance training, Water Aerobics is sure to be a great, joint stress free workout that everyone will enjoy. if you would like more information contact Lisa Siminoff [email protected] or Diane Schwartz at [email protected]

    Workout Group: Come enjoy new friends as you strengthen your muscles and enjoy fun new workouts. We rotate through various strength training, cardio, and Plyometric exercises. All age ranges and skill levels welcome. Classes are Free! We meet Mon, Fri at 8:15AM in the MVC Gym. Contact Lisa at [email protected]




    Womens Bible Study 9amFurniture Painting 6-8pmViper Swim Practice 4-6pmHomemade Cookie Contest 2-3:30pm

    2Pilates 10:30-11:30amVertlocity Training 4-6pm

    Coffee Talk 9am

    Corks & Canvas 7-9pm

    3FSIE Basketball 9am-2pm

    Relay for Life4-10pm

    4 5Furniture Painting 6-8pm

    6Viper Swim Practice 4-6pmSol Yoga 5:30pm

    7Bunco 7pm

    MOMS Club Meeting9:30-11:30am

    8Womens Bible Study 9amFurniture Painting 6-8pmViper Swim Practice 4-6pmOktoberfest Seminar 6pm

    9Pilates 10:30-11:30amVertlocity Training 4-6pm

    10FSIE Basketball 9am-2pm


    11 12Furniture Painting 6-8pm

    New Resident Orientation5:30pm

    13Viper Swim Practice 4-6pmCub Scouts 6-8pmSol Yoga 5:30pmStory Time 10am

    14Game Group2-4pm

    15Womens Bible Study 9amFurniture Painting 6-8pmViper Swim Practice 4-6pm

    16Pilates 10:30-11:30amVertlocity Training 4-6pm

    ACA Health Insurance Seminar 6-8pm

    17FSIE Basketball 9am-2pm

    Snores n Smores4pm

    18 19Furniture Painting 6-8pm

    20Viper Swim Practice 4-6pmSol Yoga 5:30pm

    21Bunco 7pm

    Vistancia QuarterlyBoard Meeting 6pm

    22Womens Bible Study 9amFurniture Painting 6-8pmViper Swim Practice 4-6pm

    23Pilates 10:30-11:30amVertlocity Training 4-6pm


    25 26Furniture Painting 6-8pm

    27Viper Swim Practice 4-6pmSol Yoga 5:30pmCub Scouts 6-8pm

    28Blackstone Town HallMeeting 6pm

    Estate Planning Seminar6-7pm

    29Womens Bible Study 9amFurniture Painting 6-8pmViper Swim Practice 4-6pm

    30Pilates 10:30-11:30amVertlocity Training 4-6pm



    Happy Halloween

    Weekly FitnessSchedule

    Bootcamp 5-7amWorkout Group 8-9amWater Aerobics 9-10amFlex Yoga 10:30-11:30amCheer Practice 4-6pm (Gym)FSIE Basketball 6-9pm

    Bootcamp 5-7amDrop-In Tennis 8-10amBootcamp 8:30am-9:30amWater Aerobics 9-10amTumble & Dance 4:40-7:00pmFSIE Basketball 7-9pm

    Bootcamp 5-7amWorkout Group 8-8:30amBootcamp 8:30am-9:30amFlex Yoga 8:30-9:30amTumble & Dance 10-10:35amClub Cheer 4-7pm (Gym)FSIE Basketball 7-9:30pm

    Bootcamp 5-7amDrop-In Tennis 8-10amBootcamp 8:30am-9:30amCheer Practice 5-8pm (Office)Tumble & Dance 3:30-7:00pm

    Bootcamp 5am-7amWorkout Group 8amWater Aerobics 9-10amFSIE Basketball 6-9pm

    Drop-In Tennis 8-10amCheer Club 7-9am


    Vistancia Village Association29701 N. Sunrise Point

    Peoria, AZ 85383623.215.8646


    October 2015

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    German Food, Beer and Wine

    Along with a brief but very informative

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    Wednesday, October 7, 2015

    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    At the Trilogy Kiva Club

    27980 N. Trilogy Blvd., Peoria, AZ