A publication of
The Town of Cave Creek
37622 N Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ
Editor: Nina Spitzer
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Town of Cave Creek NEWS
Updating You on Info from Town Hall
If you've not yet had the opportunity to read the February issue of the Town's quarterly e-newsletter, click HERE for easy access and Town news.
Cave Creek Weather
Click the picture for Cave Creek weather info direct from the Town website.
Mar 5 (12noon): Cave Creek Winter Rodeo Series: More info HERE.
March 7 (6pm): Council Meeting - Town Hall (For more info and Zoom link click HERE.
Mar 8 (7pm): Board of Adjustment - Town Council Chambers
Water Advisory Committee Meeting (WAC) March (Refer to Town Calendar for Date) (10am):(For more info and Zoom link click HERE.
Wastewater Advisory Committee Meeting (WAC) March (Refer to Town Calendar for Date) (noon-1pm): (For more info and Zoom link click HERE.
Mar 9 (5:30pm): Carefree*Cave Creek Chamber - Monthly Mixer - Info Click HERE.
Mar 12 (8:00am-12noon): Brush Clean-Up: Location Cave Creek Water Ranch - More info HERE.
Mar 12 (10:00am-4pm): Bikers for Books (Desert Foothills Library) Info HERE.
Mar 12 (11:00am): The AZ Golden Mining Experience(Cave Creek Museum) Info HERE.
Mar 17 (7pm): Planning Commission Regular Meeting - (For more info and Zoom link click HERE.
Mar 19 (9:00am-11:00am): Cave Creek Rodeo Days Parade: Location Cave Creek Town Core - More info HERE.
Mar 19 (Starts 8:00am): American Legion 75-year Celebration: 6272 E. Cave Creek Rd.
Mar 21 (7:00am-11:00am): Cave Creek Rodeo Days Golf Tournament: Location The 500 Club - More info HERE.
Mar 20: First Day of Spring!
Mar 21 (6pm): Council Meeting - Town Hall (For more info and Zoom link click HERE.
Mar 25-27: Cave Creek Rodeo Days Weekend: More info HERE.
Mar 31 (7:30am): Carefree*Cave Creek Chamber - Business Breakfast (Harold's Corral) - Info Click HERE.
Mar 31 (7:30am): Free Tax Aide - The IRS and Masters of Coin-sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program (Desert Foothills Library) - Info Click HERE.

Click HERE for the calendar and Zoom links on the Town site.
Save the Date Corner
Brush Up - Brush Out!!!

The Town of Cave Creek will be conducting another Brush Drive-Thru & Dropoff event in March. Cave Creek residents and business owners are encouraged to save the date: March 12th, from 8am-noon. Load-up invasive weeds and dry plant debris and come discard them at the Cave Creek Water Ranch. The Town’s Public Works crew will take it from there! ( Proof of address required in the form of an ID, piece of mail, etc).
Images: Courtesy of Town of Cave Creek
Concierge Tour Corner
A Cave Creek
Marketing Opp!

The Town’s March 29th Cave Creek Concierge Tour is receiving a tremendous response from the Valley concierge/tourism industry (Arizona Chapter of the National Concierge Association) and local merchants, as well. Reservations for our 24-passenger tour bus are just about filled and a waiting list is growing. In addition, currently there are over 30 Cave Creek shops and restaurants taking advantage of the Town’s free marketing opportunity by including swag items and brochures in the guests’ Goody Bags.
The tour bus wheels will start rolling at 1:30pm. Then, for the next 3+ hours it will slowly drive around town while two Cave Creek Tourism Bureau cowgirls fill our guests’ ears with info on unique Cave Creek shops, restaurants, events, and interesting local history. The tour will end with dinner at Harold’s. Our guests will return home with wonderful memories of their day in Cave Creek and a Goody Bag filled with local gifts and mementos.

The Concierge Tour event will not only entice our guests to return and enjoy Cave Creek on their own, but most importantly inspire them to recommend our town to their clients, and out-of-town visitors.
Cave Creek businesses It's still not too late to take advantage of this free marketing opportunity!
Contact me as soon as possible to learn how your shop or restaurant can also benefit from this marketing event.
Kudos Corner
Biz Licenses

"Businesses have been good on getting renewals in this year,” according to Town Clerk Teresa Riza. Kudos! Thank you for remembering. Yes, all businesses and vendors doing business in Cave Creek need a Cave Creek Town Business License; this includes vendors for special events. ‘Still need to renew/get yours? No problem. Simply click HERE and pay online.
Cave Creek Council Corner
Are You a Cave Creek Voter?
Cave Creek is coming into election season. Become an informed voter and sign the candidacy petition for your potential candidate(s) of choice. You may sign up to six Council petitions and one mayoral petition. Supporting our Council supports our Town.
Supporting Our Locals Corner
One Hand Washes the Other

“One hand washes the other,” is an old German proverb. True, it would be challenging for one hand to be successful at washing itself - by itself. Basically, it reminds us of how we need one another because, cooperation benefits us all.

Our Cave Creek merchants know that they’re all working together toward the same goal – business success. For this reason, they're wonderful at doing exactly this each time one local merchant recommends another. “One hand washes the other.” That's what it's all about.

Local merchants…You’re the BEST and we love you!
Good Bye Corner
Goodbye Karen and Sergio Ladron De Guevara Fine Art

Sadly, after 20 years in Cave Creek, SERGIO LADRON DE GUEVARA FINE ART (formerly Galeria Bellas Artes) is closing. After Sergio’s unexpected passing on February 28, 2017, wife Karen continued on as gallery curator where she could share her love of Sergio’s fine work while still being wrapped in his presence.
Sergio’s original paintings, fine prints on canvas and paper, and etchings cover Mexican, French, Italian and Sonoran Desert subjects. His beautiful artwork has graced the walls of the gallery for years and now will find loving, new homes as Karen, Sergio’s wife, moves towards activities of talks and small exhibits in their home and studio.
Cave Creek has become accustomed to SERGIO LADRON DE GUEVARA FINE Art being a beloved presence in the community and now, says “Good-Bye” wishing Karen love and best wishes in her future endeavors. Those interested in being kept in the loop of The Art of Sergio (1936-2017) can contact Karen at 480-595-1123.
Best Wishes Karen! We’ll miss you.
Supporting one another is what it's all about!
Guess It
A Conestoga Wagon Parked on a Rooftop?

This is another easy one for you since surely, you've passed this wagon often. Where is it?

February's Answer: The beautiful flower lady mural can be seen on a wall at the Viilage Coffee Shop in Stagecoach Village. The artist is Gabriel Pecina. Click HERE to see it again in our February issue.
Carefree*Cave Creek Chamber Corner
The Carefree Cave Creek Chamber partners with the Apache Junction Area Chamber, Gilbert Chamber, Mesa Chamber, Queen Creek Chamber, Scottsdale Chamber, and the Tempe Chamber to form The East Valley Chamber of Commerce Alliance. Together we advocate for 5000+ businesses at the state and federal levels since 1999.
The priorities of the East Valley Chamber of Commerce Alliance are protecting employer’s workplace policies, election reform, education, and transportation.
To learn more about the legislative agenda and our priority list of bills we support or oppose visit our website at www.carefreecavecreek.org, click on the Advocacy tab at the top of the page. 
Maricopa County and Masks

According to new guidance from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people in Maricopa County and three other Arizona counties do not need to be wearing masks indoors in public. Read more HERE.
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`~ Benjamin Franklin

Feature Corner
Cave Creek Rodeo Days
A Cave Creek Signature Event
45 Years and Going Strong

Rodeo has been a signature spring event in Cave Creek for 45 years with a history that lives. It began in 1977 when a group called the Desert Foothills Community Assoc (DFCA) hoped to create a community center in what’s now the Cave Creek Memorial Arena. An unbelievable 350 members joined together with the goal of raising enough money to build the community center. A fundraiser would be needed and what better fundraiser in our Western community than – A Rodeo! That year, Ed Hitchcock was one of the very first rodeo presidents for what would be Cave Creek’s annual signature rodeo. Fast forward to 2017 when the torch was handed over from the DFCA and Cave Creek Rodeo Days was born, becoming the official 501c3 to manage this historic event in our community.

The mission statement for Cave Creek Rodeo Days is, “To support the Cave Creek Rodeo Days event, and preserve and promote our Western Heritage in the Sonoran Desert.” The group’s values are noble and many, including “Keep the uniqueness of our small town while growing the activities we support.”

“Rodeo is steeped in the tradition of the Old West. Each event is in some way connected to the skills and abilities required at real working ranches and open range cattle operations that are a part of our heritage,” said Beth Cornell, currently a Director of Cave Creek Rodeo Days organization.

What started as a small rodeo in 1977 now, 45-years later, has expanded to one of the Valley’s biggest events, spanning 10 days and a variety of activities. The event features top-ranking male and female rodeo contestants in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).

This year, the 2022 Cave Creek Rodeo Days event kicks off on Saturday, March 19, 2022 with the return of the Cave Creek Rodeo Days Parade followed by the evening’s Official Rodeo Kick-off Dance at The Buffalo Chip Saloon. Next on schedule is the March 21st Cave Creek Rodeo Days Golf Tournament taking place at The 500 Club, 4707 W Pinnacle Peak Road, Glendale, Arizona.
Then, March 25 – 27 the livestock and contestants come to town  for the three PRCA sanctioned performances of rodeo weekend! Spectators of all kinds, along with your cowboy/cowgirl wannabe’s, fill the stands to view the exciting action packed events such as bull and bronc riding, calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling, steer roping, barrel racing and this year a new event has been added - women’s breakaway roping. Spectators hold their breath as cowboys test their skills on wild bucking horses and snarling bulls. These aren’t the wannabes out there in the thick of it; They are the Real Deal – PRCA pros! But on the light side, there’s Muttin Bustin’ and an official Rodeo Clown, too.
State and local non-profits also benefit from this rodeo event with $1.00 from each ticket sold going to the cause of the day. Friday night's performance is Wranglers® "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" in support of the fight against breast cancer. Saturday night is local charities night. Cave Creek Rodeo Days selects a deserving local, and Sunday is Wrangler National Patriot Day program in support of American military veterans and their families.
Cave Creek Rodeo Days is an all around winner benefiting our town and non-profits while keeping the spirit of rodeo and the West alive. AND - let’s not forget, it’s also darned good family FUN!
“It’s high-energy, captivating, non-stop fun,” Cornell said. For rodeo details and up-to-date event information click HERE, call (480) 304-5634 or email info@cavecreekrodeo.com.
YeeeHaww! Be sure to come out for the rodeo!
Photos: Courtesy of Cave Creek Rodeo Days
Yeee Haww!
Even MORE Fun!!!
Join Cave Creek Rodeo Days as a volunteer.
Click HERE for a volunteer application.
Town Manager's Corner
Dear Cave Creek Merchants,

The Town of Cave Creek Annual Budget identified areas of focus and action items to support the Town’s goals and advance the overall Mission, Vision and Values of the Town Council. One of those goals is to increase customer and resident satisfaction of Town services. 

In an effort to establish a baseline for services and infrastructure satisfaction, please download and take this brief customer/resident survey to help inform the Town on its effectiveness of administering the various services. Your responses are important as future surveys, outreach, and dissemination of information will be derived from the results. The survey will be available until midnight on the evening of March 8th, 2022.

You can access the survey by scanning the QR code below, at Town Hall, or by clicking HERE.

Also, a reminder to take advantage of the complimentary Cave Creek Concierge Tour marketing event Town is providing for Cave Creek merchants on March 29th. This event is part of the Town’s ongoing goal of promoting Cave Creek across the Valley. Businesses are encouraged to participate in the event by providing promotional material highlighting their business. These items will be shared with each of the tour guests through the Goody Bag they will receive. Contact Nina at Coordinator@VisitCCAZ.org or 602-622-7461 for more information and/or to be included in this free promotional event.  

Carrie Dyrek
Cave Creek Town Manager

Resident Satisfaction Survey
The Marshal's Corner
Greetings From the Marshal,
Time is just flying by us. We have the Rodeo as well as the Rodeo Day’s Parade coming up 19 March. As always you can expect fun, sun and a great parade! Of course, with a parade we will certainly have a traffic control change from 6am until approximately 1pm. Please be patient and be kind to the deputies who willl be conducting traffic control during the parade. I hope to see you all at this year’s parade. Cave Creek Rodeo to follow on March 25,26 and 27th!  
We had our first Seasonal Brush Drop Off event. Thank you to all who participated.
The weather has been great and we’re seeing and hearing more and more concerts within town. I am delighted that so many people are coming to Cave Creek to enjoy our restaurants and all the town has to offer. Please be courteous to your neighbors and remember to observe the noise ordinance.
Bike Week is coming the first week of April. Again, we will have increased traffic and the typical influx of visitors. Please be patient and kind to our deputies. Some of you are very kind and hand water and cold beverages to the deputies directing traffic…thank you! Traffic will be handled as best we can, pedestrians will be crossing the roadway safely and expeditiously.
I have had the opportunity to work with our new Cave Creek Fire Department even more this past month. I am always amazed when I see all the different fire agencies respond to Cave Creek. This past week, I saw City of Glendale Fire Resources in Cave Creek…Automatic Aid was certainly the way to go in my opinion. Jim Ford is a tremendous asset to Cave Creek and I thank him for the great job he is doing.
I hope to see you all at the Rodeo; it is a great family event!
Stay safe!
Marshal Stein
American Legion Corner
Faces of Freedom
A 75-Year Celebration
By Fran Booth

American Legion Post 34 turns 75 in 2022 and veterans are planning a year chock full of events, tributes, patriotism and the celebration of freedom. Post 34 looks forward to sharing its rich history, values and honorable work with the communities it serves. The Faces of Freedom kicks off with a salute to the men and women who served in World War II.

Chartered in 1947, American Legion Post 34 has been giving back to community charitable organizations for more than 75 years. The Post, whose mission is to support and advocate on behalf of veterans, active military and their families, consistently reaches out to assist veterans and others in need.

As part of an event planned for March 19, American Legion Post 34 will invite veterans and the public to learn about the Post’s role in World War II while enjoying a BBQ, lots of liberty excitement, and red-hot entertainment by Manhattan Dolls, the Andrew Sisters of today.

The Post’s celebration will reflect the era and begins with a breakfast at Post 34 from 8-10 AM, then a BBQ from 12-4 PM. The Dolls’ first live show is 1-2 PM with a second show at 3-4 PM. There will be a small fee for each show (to be announced). For the celebration, Post 34 has created a series of exciting educational and themed events to celebrate serving the community for three quarters of a century.

“While we will share veteran stories throughout the years, we also will showcase the war eras and our veterans’ role in supporting freedom. For each event, living veterans will be invited to attend so they can be honored by all in attendance,” says Dan Schwerdtfeger, American Legion Post 34 commander.

We’re fortunate to have such a dedicated organization supporting our community and honoring and helping our veterans. Let’s all join in the celebration of their 75 years!

Photo: "The Manhattan Dolls" Courtesy of American Legion Post 34
Dark Sky Corner
A Successful Star Gazing Party Event
in Cave Creek 
On February 19th, over 500 people attended yet another exciting, informative and successful Star Gazing Party Event organized by Cave Creek Dark Sky Initiative’s founder Bruce Arlen. The large crowd of enthusiasts, sitting comfortably in folding chairs in the Spur Cross Conservation Area’s parking lot, experienced a great show in this natural open-air planetarium. Mark Johnston, Astronomy Expert and NASA Ambassador, described the images he was transmitting in real time onto four large monitor screens. Occasionally, he used a blue laser pointer pointing directly to constellations and other deep space objects explaining details and fascinating facts about them.
While Mr. Johnston changed the angle and focus of his Celestron C9.25/Hyperstar 2600MC Pro deep space telescope for different views of other objects like nebula and star clusters, Stu Brackney, President of the Phoenix Astronomical Society kept the audience engaged with facinating astronomical information and facts of wonder.
Bruce Arlen closed the evening by thanking the Town of Cave Creek for their continuing support of Cave Creek Dark Sky Initiatives’ efforts. He also thanked all the volunteer parking attendants, Kelley Francis, and all the people who came out to the event in support of preserving our dark skies by reducing light pollution. 
Mr. Arlen encouraged everyone to simply shield outdoor lights, reduce light output and turn lights off when not needed. He also informed everyone to watch out for more upcoming events.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Cave Creek Dark Sky Initiative
A Day-in-the Life Corner

A Typical Day in Cave Creek
Carla enjoys a morning hike at Cave Creek Regional Park.

Photo Credit: Dennis Taylor
Non-Profit Corner
The Donkeys of the Heart

We’ve all heard of mental health assistants who are psychologists and counselors, but – donkeys? YES, donkeys! Sophie Rainer’s donkeys do exactly that! They’re therapy donkeys with the registered 501c3 organization "The Donkeys of the Heart."
Sophie Rainer founded the non-profit Donkeys of the Heart, Inc in 2019. She and her donkeys joined our Cave Creek community from Cochise County in September of 2021. Together with her wonderful team of volunteers, Sophie has made her non-profit a visable and viable presence in our community. The goal of the organization is helping people suffering with mental health disorders through donkey-therapy. Donkeys are sensitive, smart, and are known to have the ability to bond strongly and create meaningful relationships with humans.

According to Sophie, “When a trained therapeutic donkey works, they will approach the situation carefully, always making sure that the person they interact with is comfortable and unafraid. This ability to put a person’s welfare before their own, is what makes donkeys such superior therapy animals.”

Sophie’s six donkeys are rescues very dedicated to the work they do. (Click HERE to meet them.) Donkeys can help children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly with mental disorders/diseases. Human conditions that can benefit from donkey therapy are Autism, Depression/Anxiety Disorder/Stress Disorder/Social Communication Disorder, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, PTSD, Alzheimer's Disease – Dementia, and Drug/alcohol addiction.

A donkey therapy session involves a team of four - patient, mental health professional, Sophie and the donkey(s). Sophie and the health professional work together using body language and a set of mental health-based exercises to guide patient/donkey interactions toward the ultimate goal of gaining confidence and self-esteem. The experience between patient and donkey is extremely close, gentle, and respectful. “Donkeys have an innate emotional intelligence that can help develop the psycho-social and emotional skill set of humans,” says Sophie who is finding these therapy techniques are bringing about incredible results with patients.
For Sophie, donkey therapy is a passion, bringing together her outgoing personality and desire to help others with her love of donkeys. Sophie Rainer is the only therapist in the U.S. working solely with donkeys for mental health therapy. Currently, she’s training to take her work to the next level with certification in Equine Assisted Learning and Mental Health Work through P.A.T.H. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International).

Sophie and her therapy donkeys are frequently seen around Cave Creek, especially the Grotto and the Cave Creek Museum. They'd love it if you say, “Hello,” and pet a donkey or two. Sophie and her Donkeys of the Heart are yet another reason why Cave Creek is such a wonderful place to live and work. Thank you, Sophie, for being such a special part of our community.
Photo Credits: Courtesy of The Donkeys of the Heart and Kristin Sell
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau Corner
Lots of Visitors AND
Two New Artworks
The Cave Creek Tourism Bureau

It was certainly a busy month of February at the tourism bureau! Visitors from all over have been stopping in for info about our wonderful town. In addition, we acquired two new works of art, one by artists Ro Scarbrough and one by Josephine Wilt. Artist Adam Carlson also sold a painting from our mini-gallery wall. Yes! A very busy month! Do come in, say "Hello," and visit our Mini-Gallery! We'd love to see you. Are you a Cave Creek licensed merchant not yet represented at the tourism bureau? We're a FREE service of the Town of Cave Creek. Give us a call or stop in to find out how your business can also receive free promotion.
Ro Scarbrough
Fused glass artist and fellow Creeker, Ro Scarbrough, now has her piece "Cave Creek Cactus-Ocotillo" displayed at our mini-gallery. It's an eye-catching fused glass interpretation of an Ocotillo, a plant we all see in our daily lives...but, in glass. Ro not only has a fantastic talent in working with glass, but also teaches fused glass classes and is one of our friendly volunteers at the tourism bureau. Ro says she's, "Aspiring to make the world more beautiful through glass art."
Josephine Wilt

Josephine Wilt is a Cave Creek artist who specializes in using a variety of re-purposed and recycled organic and found materials including leather, paper, metal, and wood. Her beautiful piece "Quilted Horse" is now displayed at our tourism bureau.
Josephine "takes a very tactile view of our incredible Arizona origins and landscapes." She's inspired by the desert views from her Cave Creek backyard and the pine forests of the Mogollon Rim. Josephine's gallery and workshop where she shows her work and teaches classes is called Desert Winds Art. Josephine is another talented Cave Creek Tourism Bureau volunteer.
Header Photo Credit: Duff Johnson aka, “The Saguaro Whisperer”
Code Red Corner
CodeRed is an emergency alert system. Cave Creek residents and business owners are encouraged to participate in order to receive electronic alerts in the event of an emergency.
Be Safe-Don't Be Sorry!
Click HERE to register now for direct alerts from the Town of Cave Creek in the event of a crisis.
Happy St. Patty's Day!!!
Our Cave Creek Tourism Bureau's
March Holiday Tree
Covid-19 Corner
Info & Resources

Track Covid-19 Trends Across the U.S. Click HERE.
Click HERE for the CDC's Covid-19 updates for Workplaces and Businesses.
For the ADHS Covid-19 Data Dashboard click HERE.
Find Maricopa County Covid-19 Business Info HERE.
Click HERE Arizona Department of Health Services helpful info on Covid-19 resources.
Look HERE for updated Sky Harbor Airport travel regulations.
Gov. Ducey
site HERE.
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Tourism Bureau Participants
A Couple of Green Thumbs, Adelante, Arizona Fine Furniture & Tack Brokers, Arizona Horseback Adventures, A Place in Time, Arizona Territory Antiques, Bags & Rags Boutique, Beth Zink Art, Big Bronco, Big Earl's Greasy Eats, Bilinda's Vintage Treasures, Black Mountain Adventures, Black Mountain Coffee Shop, Black Mountain Dental Care, Black Mountain Fitness, Blue Coyote, Bodhi Coyote Yoga, Boudine's, Bronco Studio, Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue, Buffalo Chip Saloon, Carefree Adventures, Cave Creek BBQ School, Cave Creek Beer Company, Cave Creek Candles & Gifts, Cave Creek Museum, Cave Creek Olive Oil Company, Cave Creek Shuttle, Cave Creek Visitor's Guide, Cimarron River Company, Ciolim, Charlie Green Make-Up, City Creamery, Coyote Crossing Studio, Desert Dream Realty, Desert Foothills Library, Desert Treasures, Designs by Jenny, El Encanto Mexican Restaurant, Elysian Desert Distilleries, English Rose Tea Room, Erika Willison PLLC, Essence of Massage, Etania Jewelry & Boutique, Extreme Arizona, Fantastico's Mexican Food, Fiorra CBD, George R. Smith Notary, Glass-Art-Fusion (Ro Scarbrough), Glory Bee's, Grace Reneé Gallery, The Grotto Café, Hideaway Grill, Harold's Cave Creek Corral, Holland Community Center, Horny Toad Restaurant, Indian Market, Indian Village, Indigo Crow, It's a Divine Bakery, Janey's Coffee Co., Jeff D. Hill PLLC, Journey Rides, Keeler's Steakhouse, KI Healing Arts, Kiwanis Marketplace Thrift Store, Lance Headlee, Lara Bistro, Laughing Glass Studio, Lazy Lizard, Leigh Siegel-Realtor, Le Sans Souci, Leslie Nestingen (Berkshire Hathaway), Levanah Acupuncture, droppable-1639769092372Lifestyle Balance with Qigong TaiChi, Lisa Nocella/Russ Lyons Sotheby's, Living Landsdcapes, Inc., Look at Me Now, Lucy Dickens Fine Art, M & E Stoyanov Fine Art Gallery, Magic Bird Festivals, Michael D'Ambrosi Sculpture, Mike's Chicago Dogs, Monika Cheang Photography, Mountain View Pub, Natural Habitat Inc, Oregano's Pizza Bistro, Pizzicata, Pillar to Post Home Inspections, Prickly Pear Inn, Puppy Luv Flea Market, Rancho Mañana Golf Club, Rare Earth Gallery, R.C. Gorman Navajo Gallery, Retablo, Rusty Shack, Salon Chella, Sticks Golf & Cigar Lounge, The Sculpture Studio, Sharon J. Edwards (Berkshire Hathaway), Smith & Western, Sonoran Arts droppable-1637608993220League, Soroptomist International of Saguaro Foothills, Southwest Bedazzle Boutique, Spur Cross Cycles, Storyteller Indian Store, Studio West, Teeslanger, The Finer Arts Gallery, The Star Barn, Thunderbird Artists Gallery, Time to Ride AZ, Tonto Bar & Grill, Tox Bar LLC, Trailhead Ranch, True West Magazine, Udder Delight, The Village Coffee Shop, Villas of Cave Creek, Vino e Panino, Watson's Hat Shop, Western Delight Gift Shop, Western Sky Helicopters, Z's House of Thai
Our list is growing and we LUV it! - Let me know if I've ooopsed & forgotten your name. - Ed.