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48 Jan. 24 - Feb. 6, 2009
County vice chair
Indoor golf leagues begin
from Chandler
Beginner and advanced golfers are welcome to join Crosswoods offers up-to-the-minute golf simulator
Crosswoods Indoor Golf’s Winter Golf Leagues, which technology, with more than 35 courses and multiple
include a Couple’s League and a Men’s Skins League. practice venues.
The Couple’s League runs through Mar. 26 and “It’s a great place for family night, a social outing or
features 18 holes, an alternate shot format and SHIED a corporate outing,” says General Manager Mike Rus.
handicapping system, giving everyone a chance to “We also offer instruction and club fi tting.”
win. Cost is $150 per couple for the entire program, Crosswoods Indoor Golf Centers are located at
including golf and prizes. 5222 E. Baseline Rd., Suite110, in Gilbert and 6170 E.
The Men’s Skins League features a skins format, Chandler Blvd., Suite 1, in Chandler.
where the lowest score without a tie on any hole wins Call Crosswoods’ Gilbert location at 480-654-4653
a share of the pot. The league offers fl exible starting or the Chandler location at 480-961-4653 to register.
times, and indoor handicaps are established and For more info, visit
updated weekly and results posted weekly on the
company website. Cost is a $15 golf fee and a $10 skins
Llama rescue needs support
Arizona Llama Rescue, Inc. is a new group started the foster care families provides care and food from
by fi ve Arizona families and headquartered in the their own funds.”
Southeast Valley. Barbara Peacock, one of the founders In addition to seeking help fi nding and funding the
who has lived in Chandler most of her life, says the foster homes, the organization wants to attend other
organization is in need of assistance, along with the rescue events, but is not able to participate without
animals. liability insurance.
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“Because of our love of llamas, we saw a need to “We are a nonprofi t but have no money to purchase
I SWEAR: Maricopa County Supervisor Max Wilson swears
help those animals that were either abandoned, no insurance,” Peacock says. “We would like your help
in Chandler resident Diane Ortiz-Parsons as fi rst vice
chair of the Maricopa County Republicans during a recent
longer wanted or because the family lost their farm,” in getting out the word about us and these homeless
meeting held at ASU West. Ortiz-Parsons, who teaches at
she explains. “These wonderful animals are being llamas who are looking for forever homes.”
Tarwater Elementary, has been elected to her second two- foster cared at farms where there are other llamas and For information or to get involved, call
year term as the county party vice chair.
families who are experienced at llama care. Each of 480-899-5343.
Crossbow Park
dedication, party
Seeking Valentine’s Day listings
A neighborhood party will be held to dedicate
Crossbow Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Jan.
Is your restaurant serving a special Valentine’s
24. The fi rst Winter Festival for Kerby Estates
and Pinelake Estates in Southern Chandler will
Day dinner? Does your organization offer
include a dedication for the toy airplane that the
a Valentine’s activity, sweetheart dance or
homeowners association purchased and installed
other event for children? If so, email your
in the park to honor the late John Irvine.
details to for possible
Vendors, information on local City of Chandler
inclusion in the SanTan Sun News. Include a
services, free food and giveaways will also be part brief description of the event, times, days,
of the event. dates, cost or free, if registration is required,
There will be a partial road restriction on the
venue, address, publishable phone number,
southbound side of Kerby Way, Brooks Farm Road
website if applicable and contact information
and Crossbow Way from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. to make
for verifi cation purposes. We welcome photos,
room for vendor and city booths. Organizer Patricia
which must be 300 dpi JPEGs or taken on a digital camera on the “best” or “highest
Zellmer says there will only be one-way traffi c
quality” setting. Information is due by noon on Jan. 29 for the Feb. 7 issue, which is
allowed on the northbound side and no parking on
the one before the big day. Submission does not guarantee placement.
either side of the streets. She encourages residents
to walk to the park for the event.
For information, call 480-219-1698.
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