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    June Newsletter and Calendar of Events

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    June Calendar Of Events

    June 1–30: Arizona Broadway Theatre presents, Mary Poppins. Get ready for something
    Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!”

    June 1 – 30Works of Art on Paper Art Exhibit at Surprise City Hall, weekdays from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. This eclectic display will give viewers an increased appreciation of the diversity of talents, styles, and thoughts of local, national and international artists.

    Thursday’s in June (7, 14, 21, 28): Glendale Summer Band Concert Series. The series takes place in downtown Glendale, at Murphy Park, features performances from the Glendale Summer Band, which is comprised of community members. The band, made up of around 100 musicians, plays everything from movie tunes to marches.

    June 8 & 9School of Rock, The Musical at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Visit www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org

    June 12: Top of the Charts with T.A. Burrows. A fabulous “Blast from the past” featuring Billboard’s biggest #1 Rock & Roll hits from the 50’s & 60’s! Tickets are $20 adults & $15 students. Visit theaterworks.org for more info.

    June 21: Sunset in the Skyspace at the Scottsdale Museum of contemporary art. Experience the summer solstice in James Turrell’s Knight Rise Skyspace. Signature cocktails will be provided. 6:30 pm, tickets are $10

    June 23: Surprise Aquatic Center’s Dive in Movies featuring: Jumanji, Welcome to the Jungle. Relax at the pool with a movie on the big screen! 7:30-9:30 pm on Bullard Ave. Resident $5, non-resident $8.

    See Kevin Farley, Tom Rhodes, Laugh Some Mo’, Greg Hahn, Helen Hong and Darren Carter this month at Westgate’s Stir Crazy Comedy Club. Because we all need a little humor in our lives! Visit www.stircrazycomedyclub.com for comics, times and ticket information.


    Six Ways to Save on Gas Mileage This Summer

    Don’t let fluctuating gas prices crash your road-trip plans. Use the following tips to spend less on gas and have more cash for that summer journey.

    1. Drive at the right time. Cooler air can increase your car’s power.
    2. Pack light. Heavier cars require more power, and that requires more gas.
    3. Drive safely and carefully. Conserve energy by driving the speed limit and stopping gradually. Stop-and-go driving isn’t good for you or your fellow travelers.
    4. Crank the air conditioner. Driving with the windows down causes more drag on the engine.
    5. Consider renting an energy-efficient vehicle for long trips.
    6. Incorporate cycling or public transit in your vacation plans. You’ll save money, get exercise, and see more of your destination.

    Wondering How Much Your Home Is Worth?
    How has the price of your home changed in today’s market? How much are other homes in your neighborhood selling for?

    If you’re wondering what’s happening to prices in your area, or you’re thinking about selling your house, I’ll be able to help.

    Just give my office a call for a no-fuss, professional evaluation. Also, give you the “inside scoop” on what’s happening in the housing market!


    Want to Sell Your Home Faster? Try These Tips
    When you’re getting ready to list your house, the goal isn’t just to sell – it’s to sell quickly! The longer your house is on the market, the less likely it is to fetch top dollar.

    Want to sell your house as quickly as possible? These tips are essential.

    Hire a Real Estate Agent and follow their advice
    Some sellers are tempted to go it alone. But for a quick sale that maximizes profit, go with a Real Estate agent – and listen to their suggestions. Their market knowledge is invaluable when it comes to pricing and marketing your home.

    Boost your curb appeal

    Give your front door a fresh coat of paint (punchy red, blue, or yellow is a nice way to switch it up), add hanging baskets and planters to your front stoop, and resold your lawn. A home that looks well cared for is more inviting to prospective buyers.

    Stage it
    If you really want to sell fast and you have the budget required, allow a professional stager to come and work their magic. Can’t swing the cost? Borrow some of their tricks: Get rid of all personal items, use mirrors to create the illusion of light and space, add throw pillows and blankets to seating, and put fresh flowers or small potted plants in each room.

    Be flexible
    Selling fast means maximizing the number of buyers coming to see your house, so be willing to vacate at a moment’s notice. Work with your agent to create as many viewing times as possible.


    WELCOME WAGON…

    Ron & Mary Teece, Sun City Grand
    Casey & Penny Knowles, Sun City Grand
    Gary & Gina Granke, Sun City West
    Dan & Colleen Hladek, Sun City
    Annette Campbell & Ed Hart, Sun City Grand
    Steve Meldrum & Donna Rozman, Sun City Grand
    Brian & Debbie Grow, Sun City
    Patricia Mindorff, Sun City West
    Ryan & Stacey Beck, Festival Foothills
    Bill Patterson & Sheila Stevenson, Sun City West
    Rod Hein, Sun City Grand
    Lee Taplin, Sun City
    Patricia Bryant, Sun City
    Aaron & Lucia Garcia, Buckeye
    Larry & Kari Spencer, Sun City
    Rachel Aja, Phoenix
    Bob & Jean McDaniel, Sun City
    Sherwin Farr, Sun City West
    John & Pamela Starke, Sun City Grand
    Bernie & Donna VanderLaan, Sun Village
    Kathryn Bell, Sun City West

     
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    NEWS
    The team had a fun night of bowling last month!
    Allan got the high score of 204!
    Lots of laughs, good food,
    team bonding,
    some strikes and gutter balls too!

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    Ambrosia Salad
    Serves approx. 10
    20 oz. Pineapple Chunks, drained (or 2 cups fresh)
    11 oz. can Mandarin Oranges, drained
    10 oz Maraschino cherries, drained & halved
    16 oz Sour Cream
    10 oz. Mini Marshmallows
    2 cups Shredded Sweetened Coconut (optional)
    Directions
    Combine fruit in a large bowl, fold in sour cream & coconut. Sir well. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours before serving!

    This newsletter and any information contained herein are intended for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal, financial or medical advice. The publisher takes great efforts to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this newsletter. However, we will not be responsible at any time for any errors or omissions or any damages, howsoever caused, that result from its use. Seek competent professional advice and/or legal counsel with respect to any matter discussed or published in this newsletter. This newsletter is not intended to solicit properties currently for sale.

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