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46 September 3 - 16, 2011 Idol’s Sparks at CYF game


Neighbors Bully prevention for kids, parents


A free, two-hour bully prevention class will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., Sept. 17 at Z-Ultimate Self Defense Studios of Chandler. The class is open to children in first- through sixth-grades and their parents.


The hands-on class will focus on how to prevent bullying, techniques to stop bullies and what to do if you are being bullied.


“If your child has experienced bullying, or if you


feel that you as a parent could gain some insight into what bullying is, then please make plans to attend this class,” says Z-Ultimate owner Brad Bennett. Z-Ultimate Self Defense Studios is located at 4991 S. Alma School Rd., Suite 6, on the northeast corner at Chandler Heights.


RSVPs are required by emailing chandler@zultimate.com or calling Brad or Kim at 480-895-4466.


Health screenings improve health


Preventative health screenings that are “affordable and reliable,” are provided by Life Line Screening beginning at 9 a.m. on Mon., Sept. 26 at American Legion, 2240 W. Chandler Blvd. in Chandler. Each screening event is staffed by well-trained health care professionals dedicated to a proactive approach to health. The screenings include testing and assessments for a variety of health conditions


Submitted photo by Jane Meyer


SINGING FOR THE TEAM: Local singing sensation Jordin Sparks, a former American Idol winner, recently sang the national anthem at a Chandler Youth Football game in Scottsdale. Sparks is with Fox Crossing resident Haley Meyer, 10, whose twin brother, Hunter, plays linebacker for the Razorbacks. Sparks has been promoting her new nonprofit organization called “I’m M.A.D., (Making A Difference) Are You?” to motivate others to find something they’re passionate about, take action to change things for the better. Info: www.crowdrise.com/immadareyou.


including stroke, carotid artery disease, heart disease risk, Type 2 diabetes and much more. Educational materials are also supplied by Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert medical centers.


Screening packages start at $60 and registration is required to attend. For more information or to register, call 800-779-6353 or visit www.lifelinescreening.com.


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Verde Salon celebrates grand opening


Food, raffle drawings and giveaways are part of the Verde Salon’s grand opening from 5 to 7 p.m. Thu., Oct. 13 at its Shops at Pecos Ranch location in Southern Chandler. There will also be a ribbon-cutting at the event that is free and open to the public. In addition, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fri., Oct. 14, Verde Salon owner Stephanie Schmidt will hold a


Nvey Eco Cosmetics mini event. Sarah Cheroot, a makeup artist for Nvey Eco Cosmetics, will be giving free makeovers. The salon will also be offering a 15 percent discount on purchases of $100 or more. Verde Salon is located at 1900 W. Germann Rd., Suite 11 in Chandler. To book an appointment or learn more, call 480-786-1111 or visit www.verdesalonaz.com.


Thank you to all of our


patients, volunteers, staff and doctors for 50 years of dedication to our com- munity. Your commitment and service has enabled us to grow to 225 beds with plans to complete a 100-bed tower in the next three years. Through innova- tion and collaboration we will pave the way toward a stronger healthcare system for generations to come.


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