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Seeking Arizona’s ‘Healthiest Family’ for Day of Play

A contest to fi nd Arizona’s healthiest family is under way by Shape Up Arizona, and the winner will be announced at Chandler’s Day of Play from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat., Oct. 22 at Tumbleweed Park, on the southwest corner of McQueen and Germann roads. is searching for families who exercise daily, prepare and eat nutritious meals, practice heart health, get preventative dental checkups, effectively manage life’s pressures and stresses and contribute to a greener planet. The winning family will receive a photo shoot from Get Image Ready photography, and the photos will be placed on the modeling website for one year. They’ll also receive tickets to Sea Life Arizona aquarium, and a ride in the famous Batmobile for one hour.

To enter, families can go to and click on the Healthiest Family link.

Now in its fi fth year, Day of Play, presented by Shape Up Arizona, is a free, all-ages celebration that promotes a message of fi tness, health and wellness to children, teenagers, parents, senior adults, teachers and others in the community. For more information on Day of Play, including how to volunteer at the event, visit or call 480-782-2665.

Sell wares at holiday store

Those offering holiday gifts such as clothing, skincare products, candles, jewelry, toys, gourmet food items, scrapbooking items, artwork and more are invited to participate in the Country Holiday Store from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri., Nov. 18 at the Chandler Regional Medical Center’s Morrison Building. Proceeds benefi t cancer patients.

Vendor booth space is $30 per table reservation, and an additional $25 per extra table. CHW and all participating vendors will donate at least 10 to 15 percent of Country Holiday Store proceeds to the Employees Assisting Cancer Patients Committee, which will then disperse funds to cancer patients in need. The free event is hosted by Catholic Healthcare West employees and members of the community. For more information, contact Jane Breitenfeld at 480-728-3633 or email


September 3 - 16, 2011

Free courses provide tips for better neighborhoods

Residents in neighborhoods with and without HOAs can learn how to promote successful and sustainable communities through information, education, networking and leadership skills discussed at two free City of Chandler programs. The City partners with Mulcahy Law Firm to present HOA Academy, four weekly classes held on Thursdays Sept. 8 through 29. Topics covered include “What is a Community Association and Who is in Charge?” “The Community Association is a Business;” “Creating a Successful Community Through Documentation and Proper Enforcement;” and “The Legal Aspects.” Certifi cates will be presented to those completing the four sessions, which take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the Chandler Police Department Community Room at 250 E. Chicago St. in downtown Chandler.

The second program, Traditional Neighborhood Academy for non-HOA communities, is a series of six weekly classes held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on consecutive Wednesdays, Sept. 7 through Oct. 12.

Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny kicks off this session, which focuses on personal leadership styles, effective communications skills, neighborhood structure, strategic planning, accessing city resource and leadership development. The Traditional Neighborhood Academy sessions are held in Chandler City Hall training rooms A and B, 175 S. Arizona Ave. in downtown Chandler.

Preregistration is required, and applications can be downloaded at or contact the Neighborhood Programs offi ce for more information at 480-782-4320.

Learn about neighbors at museum

Find out more about some of the pioneer and long-time families in Chandler by attending the Chandler Historical Society’s Speaker Series. Scheduled is Kathy Gibson Boatman, who will present the Gibson family’s history at 4 p.m. Tue., Sept. 13. Members of the Historical Society are fi rming up programs for Tue., Oct. 11 and Nov. 8 which include history fi lms and panel discussions. Meetings are held at the Chandler Museum, 178 E. Commonwealth Ave. in downtown Chandler.

For details, call 480-201-5884.


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