A publication of
The Town of Cave Creek
37622 N Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ
Editor: Nina Spitzer
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Cave Creek Weather
Click the picture for Cave Creek weather info direct from the Town website.
April 1 (7:30am): Monthly Ambassador Breakfast: Carefree/Cave Chamber (Grotto Café) More Info HERE.
April 2-11 : (Unofficial) Cave Creek Bike Week
April 3 (7:00am-Noon): Spur Cross Conservation Area - Trail Maintenance Day. More Info HERE.
April 5 (6pm): Council Meeting (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
April 6 (6pm): Arizona Gives Day (An opportunity for non-profit philanthropy.) Do consider our local non-profits. More info HERE.
April 8 (2-4pm): Planning Commission Work Session
April 10 (1:30pm): Stamp Mill Operation (Cave Creek Museum)
April 11 (2-4pm): Stamp Mill Operation (Cave Creek Museum)
April 14 (5pm): Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber Monthly Mixer (Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6022959422)
April 15 (7pm): Planning Commission Regular Meeting (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/93661231481)
April 19 (6pm): Council Meeting (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
April 29 (7:30-9am ): Monthly Business Breakfast Carefree/Cave Chamber (Harold's Corral) More Info HERE.
May 18: Cave Creek Election

Click HERE for the calendar and Zoom links on the Town site.
The Governor's Corner
Covid-19 Restrictions Lifted

As of Thursday, March 25th, statewide Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted by Arizona's Governor Ducey. This is a result of an increase in vaccinations along with a decline in the number of new Covid cases and Covid related deaths. Mask mandates will no longer be enforced and restaurant and bar “dine-in” has returned to full capacity.

Businesses are still encouraged, however, to take actions recommended by the CDC, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration and ADHS to limit and mitigate the spread of Covid-19.

Click HERE to read Gov. Ducey's Executive Order.
Safety Corner

The Town of Cave Creek currently continues its policy for masking and social distancing at Town Hall, at the treatment facilities and the Town's Tourism Bureau.

In Arizona, masking continues to be required on public transportation and at transportation hubs.

For a review of the CDC's updated Covid-19 recommended precautions, click

For a recent AZ Central article on the governor's executive order, click HERE.

It's Not Over 'Til It's Over, so...
Cover Up!
Please spread the word.
~ For Yourself
~ For Those You Love
~ For your Patrons
~ For Your Business
~ For Your Community
Code Red Corner
Code RED

CodeRed is an emergency alert system Cave Creek residents and business owners are encouraged to register for, to receive electronic alerts in the event of an emergency.
Be Safe-Don't Be Sorry!
Click HERE for more info on the Code Red program.
New Biz Corner
Carefree Bath & Body

Hi! I'm Trish with Carefree Bath & Body. We will be opening our new store behind Bryan’s Black Mountain BBQ on April 13th. We specialize in handmade body care and home products that have a touch of whimsical elegance to them. Come in and try our body lotions, bath bombs, hand crafted bar soaps or smell our amazing candles! You won't be disappointed.
Bikers Corner
Cave Creek Bike Week
April 2-11
Happenings Corner
Mountain View Pub was a sea of green inside and out where everyone was having a whale of a time on St. Patty's Day! Any Irish cowboys at this event???
Entertainment was provided by "Pipes and Drums," a band made up of members of the Arizona Law Enforcement Emerald Society (AZLEES) and the United Phoenix Fire Fighters Emerald Society. The band was created to pay homage to their fallen brothers and sisters and to preserve and celebrate their Irish heritage.

The green shone brightly, the beer flowed, and the band played on and on. It was quite apparent that a fierce time was had by all.
Bob and Joel enjoyed the Spirit of the Day at Mt. View Pub.
Supporting Our Locals Corner
Local Contractors
When considering construction, renovation or repair, please give first consideration to our local building contractors and subcontractors. Whether it's architecture, general contracting, carpentry, plumbing, flooring, landscaping (to name a few) Cave Creek has them all. So, let's support our locals and they will support us.

For more info on building contractors click HERE.
Supporting one another is what it's all about!
Trails Corner
Trails: Town Hall to Spur Cross Rd Connection
The Town of Cave Creek has completed the trail connection built between Town Hall and Spur Cross Rd. Now the public can enjoy parking at Town Hall over the weekend and walk into Town. Additionally, March 15th Council approved trail construction on two new pieces of non-motorized trails in the Town Core; One is the Surrey Drive Road Trail. The second is located on 52nd Street and will intersect with a new trail located within the Cave Creek South 40 subdivision. The Town’s trails are a work in progress with the goal to improve pedestrian foot traffic in and around the Town Core, as well as continuing to connect Town Residents to our beautiful parks and open spaces. 
Photo: Town of Cave Creek
Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber Corner
Employer Fraud Toolkit
As an employer have you been receiving claims for unemployment insurance for people you don’t know and have never worked for you? Here is a toolkit that the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) has provided for you to work through these issues.

DES has also developed and deployed a UI Fraud Toolkit for employers to assist employers. Employers may have received notices that claims have been filed by current employees or individuals who have never worked for them, which indicates that the claims are fraudulent. To support them, as well as their employees, we created this new UI Fraud Toolkit for Employers that we’ve posted on our website and emailed directly to the employers in our database. Please take a look and utilize as you see fit.

Patty Villeneuve, IOM
Carefree Cave Creek Chamber
480 488-3363
Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area Corner
April 3
Please consider volunteering to maintain our beautiful Spur Cross Trails. Encourage your employees, friends, family and visitors, as well. Our Spur Cross Conservation Area is beautiful, but even more so because of the many volunteers who do their part to help keep it pristine. What a fun way to enjoy a morning outdoors and pitch in to help, as well!
More info > HERE.

Photo Credit: Kelley Francis
Fundraiser Corner

The Arizona Gives program is run by the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and Arizona Grantmakers Forum. The event was started in 2013 to connect people with causes they believe in and build a lasting, stronger spirit of philanthropy. Since its inception, Arizona Gives Day has raised more than $23 million for nonprofits statewide.
Click HERE for more about Arizona Gives.

When you consider giving, please consider donating to the local non-profits that we all hold near and dear to our hearts. Click HERE for a Google list of Cave Creek non-profits.

Thank You!
Guess It
'Recognize this Pooch?
March's Answer:
The delightful (and quite colorful) couple who were in our March "Guess It Corner" photo greet visitors at the entry of Ofrenda, a Latin-inspired restaurant in Cave Creek. Click HERE to see them again in our March issue.
Health Corner
Roll Up Your Sleeve!

Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker and Testing sites

Vaccine Finder Resource: azhealth.gov/covid19findvaccine
Covid-19 Corner
Info & Resources
For the ADHS Covid-19 Data Dashboard click HERE.
Covid-19: Business Benchmarks - Click HERE.
Official Reopening Attestation for Bars with a Food Permit Operating as a Restaurant: Click HERE.
Find Maricopa County Covid-19 Business Info HERE.
Click HERE Arizona Department of Health Services helpful info on Covid-19 resources.
Access all you need to know from the Arizona Department of Economic Security by clicking HERE.
Look HERE for updated Sky Harbor Airport travel regulations.
Gov. Ducey
site HERE.
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Spring is nature's way of saying,
"Let's party!"
– Robin Williams
Feature Corner
Cave Creek Rodeo Days!
By Kristin Lewis

Cave Creek Rodeo Days is excited to partner once again with Cervi Championship Rodeo for the 2021 Rodeo Days event.

During the recent pandemic, there have been many ups and downs, yet one thing that’s been consistent is the drive to keep the western heritage alive and kicking in an effort to maintain some level of normality and tradition. Cave Creek Rodeo Days in 2020 safely and responsibly partnered with the Cowboy Channel along with PRCA in order to “Kick Open the Chutes'' and became the first PRCA event televised nationally without any attendants and became an integral part of continuing the tradition of Rodeo. As a result of their efforts, the Cave Creek Rodeo Days has been nominated for PRCA Mid-Size Rodeo of the Year along with receiving The WPRA Outstanding Rodeo Committee Partner for 2020.
Cave Creek Rodeo Days is an important event that maintains the historical sense of being a western town. Traditionally the Cave Creek Rodeo Days consists of a Mutton Bustin’, the Kick off Rodeo Dance, a Golf Tournament and of course the Rodeo ground events capped off with the traditional Rodeo Dance on Saturday evening immediately following the Rodeo Performances. The organizing group is all volunteer, without them there would be no Rodeo. These volunteers are essentially the “True Grit” of this little country town. 
Here's the schedule for the 2021 Rodeo event:

May 27, 2021 – Women’s Slack  7pm   THE WOMEN’S BREAKAWAY MUST BE CANCELLED due to stock issues.
May 28, 2021 – Performance 1 7:30 PM
May 29, 2021 – Steer Roping and Men’s Slack   8:00 am
May 29, 2021 – Performance 2 7:30 PM
May 30, 2021 – Performance 3 7:30 PM

Sorry-No sponsored dances, Parade or Mutton bustin' for 2021.
Cave Creek Rodeo Days has a unique theme for each night of performances. This year, Friday’s theme is “Tough Enough to Wear Pink”, patented by Wrangler, Saturday is our Rodeo Colors Night, so be sure to wear your Purple and Turquoise. And, Sunday will be Wrangler Patriots Day; break out your Red, White and Blue to show support for our amazing country and the men and women who have served this great nation.
Tickets for Cave Creek Rodeo Days will go on sale at the gate, two hours before each performance. With limited tickets available, it is important to arrive early so you don’t miss out on the amazing rodeo events, featuring the best wranglers and riders in the country. 

AND...For the best fun EVER, consider being an active part of this awesome event as a volunteer! Click HERE for volunteering info.
Yeeee Hawww! See ya’all at the Rodeo!!!

Go to our site HERE for the Cave Creek Rodeo Days complete schedule, ticket purchases, and other important info.
Photo Credits: Sam-Sin Photography
Town Manager's Corner
Dear Cave Creek Community,

Please familiarize yourselves with Cave Creek Stage I and Stage II Restrictions.

November 2, 2020 the Town of Cave Creek updated their Stage I and Stage II Fire Restrictions. With ongoing drought and increased fuels, such as invasive weeds, fires within the Town limits in 2020 taught us that the threat of fires are on the rise and they’ve come too close to home. Eight structures were lost in the Ocotillo fire and the Town of Cave Creek is engaging you to aide in the protection against the outbreak and spread of future fires.
Spark generating activities encompass (but are not limited to) welding, grinding, braising, cutting steel, fireworks, the ignition of model rockets and the use of flames in outdoor areas such as flame based weed removal and wood burning for cooking or campfires.
Currently Cave Creek is under Stage II Fire Restrictions: Permits are needed for all open-flame and spark-generating activities. Know Cave Creek’s Stage I and Stage II Fire Restrictions:
Stage II Fire Restrictions:

Town Permits are Required for:
Spark-generating activities (which include but are not
limited to):
  • Welding
  • Grinding
  • Braising
  • Cutting Steel
Under Stage II Fire Restrictions the following are prohibited:
  • Ignition driven model rockets 
  • Firework Displays
  • Flame based weed removal is prohibited.
  • Tiki torches or other devices that emit a flame 
  • Wood burning outdoors for cooking, warming, or campfires or the use of charcoal is prohibited.
  • Smoking outside near combustible ground cover or beyond designated smoking areas.
Current Building Permits:  must call for and pass an inspection of the area prior to undertaking any spark generating activities outside of an enclosed structure. Spark generating activities include (but are not limited to): welding, grinding, braising, cutting steel.

How to Request a Permit:
To obtain a permit for pyrotechnics, open flames, and other spark-related or hazardous activities please visit the Town’s Fire Safety section of the website and look for the Fire Code Operational Permit Application in the left-side navigation bar or come to Town Hall to retrieve the permit application by hand. OR - Easy...Click HERE for the application.
Know the Danger:
The Current National Fire Rating and Cave Creek Fire Restrictions are posted physically in Town in three places: Cave Creek Rd and Stage Coach Pass, Cave Creek Rd and Galloway Rd, 26th Street and Joy Ranch Rd. They’re also posted on the Town’s website which you can link to from the home page (look for the campfire icon). Please learn and familiarize yourselves with these restrictions and support the effort to prepare our communities against the outbreak and spread of wildfires this season.
To view Stage I and Stage II Fire Restrictions in full electronically click HERE.

Carrie Dyrek
Cave Creek Town Manager
The Marshal's Corner
Greetings from Marshal Stein,

Well Folks, I think it's safe to say that we seem to be turning a corner here. Our first indication that things were getting better was when local legend and businessman, Bill Mikler, showed up at Town Hall. Bill is a rather elusive character and seeing Bill is akin to seeing Punxsutawney Phil on Groundhog Day. Seeing Bill Mikler is how I know that this COVID Pandemic is finally getting better! The more people who I see and speak to in town, the more folks have told me they've gotten “the vaccine.” Good bad or indifferent folks, I will take it! Anything to see more people in the town core.

I had a rather terse phone call from a resident last week. They were complaining about “the traffic jam” at School House Road and Cave Creek Road. “How dare they do construction and restrict a traffic lane.” Three minutes folks. I timed how long it took me to pass the intersection and it was (2.38) minutes. So, I rounded up, three minutes. Three minutes to look at all the people walking through town, three minutes to see a LINE out the door at Grotto Café. Three minutes to see people crossing Cave Creek Road at the cross walk on School House Road. Three minutes to see some of the most amazing rocks at Rare Earth Gallery. Three minutes to remember the magnificent beauty of Black Mountain as it beckons to hikers. Heck, I want to say thank you to those construction guys. Thank you for slowing us down so we can bask in the beauty of all that Cave Creek offers. For those of you wondering, nationally the average wait time for a traffic light is (2) minutes.

Signs…the town worked with the business community as well as residents on a sign ordinance. One sign, one business. Size limitations on the signs. Please, if you have questions - just ask. Our Planning and Zoning have spoken to some of our local businesses and their sign violations. Please, remove the signs and avoid the fines.

Music…I LOVE music. I enjoy sitting at our local establishments and hearing some amazing music. Moderation. It comes down to being reasonable and knowing that although many of us love a great music venue, we have many residents who do not. You can and should be allowed to play music at your businesses, however near by residents should not suffer the consequences of your business decisions. If they wanted to hear the music they would have come over and listened. Pay attention, lower the volume and after dark…be reasonable and keep it down please.

I wish you all a prosperous and busy summer. I honestly think people are READY to get vaccinated and get out of the house. I just took another drive through town and there are people everywhere. Let's hope and pray that the worst is behind us and let us all hope and pray for a busy and prosperous summer, I know I am ready for it.
Stay safe,
Marshal Adam Stein
Fire Safety Corner
Wildland Fire Poll
~ Results~

Results of the 2021 Wildland Fire Awareness Poll are in and were shared at the Regular Council Meeting on March 15th, 2021. Council Meetings are virtual and recorded, which can be found through the Government section of the Town’s website. A summary of the Wildland Fire Poll findings can be found by clicking HERE.

For more information on fire safety and how to create defensible space around your home visit:
Green Waste Corner
A Review:
Green Debris Drive-Thru Events

The Town of Cave Creek conducted two Green Debris Drive-thru & Drop-off events at the Cave Creek Water Ranch which had a strong turn-out. Leading into February 20thand March 20th Cave Creek residents rolled-up their sleeves to remove dead and dried brush, tree clippings, invasive weeds, and other dried vegetation in preparing their properties with defensible space against the potential outbreak and spread of fires.
There were over 100 trips through each Green Debris Drive-thru and Drop-off event, where residents pulled through and unloaded the debris, then continued on their way. Piles of eradicated invasive weeds, Palo Verde clippings, and dried or dead brush were then cleared away by the Cave Creek Public Works crew. 
Don’t wait for Town-sponsored events: Every Wednesday – Saturday from 7:00am- 4:30pm you can take car or truckloads of green waste and vegetation to the Cave Creek Waste Disposal and Recycling Center along Carefree highway for a modest fee. Regarding Wildland Fires: Be Prepared, Know What to Do & Help your Neighbors.

Click HERE for info on Defensible Space.
Photo Credit: Kelley Francis
Desert Awareness Committee Corner
Be at our *Desert Awareness Park on Saturday, April 17th, for the Desert Awareness Committee's (DAC) "A Walk, Talk, and Taste of the Desert" event. Tour groups lasting approximately 45 minutes will be led along a ¼ mile trail of desert terrain by members of the DAC Education Team. 
You can expect to learn how to live off the desert if you know what to pick and when. Of course, you need to know what to do with it! Find out as we stroll through Desert Awareness Park in small guided groups for an up close look at the food producing plants. We will discuss the harvesting techniques and offer ideas on food preparation. Taste some prepared foods and check out our desert recipe cookbook, “Our Tastes of the Desert” From here you can collect and prepare your own foods.

Diane A. Vaszily
Volunteer Education Coordinator
Desert Awareness Committee of FCF
480-488-5477    FCF Office 480-488-1090

*Park Address: 38100 N Vermeersch Rd. Corner of Cave Creek Road and Vermeersch

Photo: C0urtesy of the Desert Awareness Committee Archives
Lovin' R Locals Corner
Red Velvet Tailoring
Stagecoach Tailoring & Alterations
We are so fortunate to have not one, but TWO fantastic tailoring shops right here in Cave Creek! Katerina of Red Velvet Tailoring has been working on alterations in Cave Creek for 11-years. Her shop is located in the Dairy Queen shopping center. Adel's shop, Stagecoach Tailoring and Alterations, has been in Stagecoach Village for 6+ years. Both of these sweet gals have hands of gold when it comes to sewing, and no job is too big or too small. Alterations, repairs, and basically anything that can be done on the sewing machine (and by hand, too) for home items and clothing is their specialty.

Photos: Nina Spitzer
History Corner
The Old
Cave Creek School
By Beverly Metcalfe Brooks and Darlene Southern
The old Cave Creek School was on the corner of Cave Creek and Schoolhouse Roads where over sixty students were enrolled. That building was the old one-room schoolhouse originally at New River and Cave Creek Roads. When workers came to build the Horseshoe and Bartlett Dams, suddenly fifty new children came into the district. The old school was moved to Schoolhouse Road and another room was added. The school had a little corral for horses that some children had ridden as there were no school bus at the time. 
In 1959-1960, Cave Creek had grown so much the old two room school was demolished and a new school was built. Originally four rooms, within a few years, four more rooms were added. Eventually a third building, Ventana School, was added to the site. Even so, by 1973 the student population had grown so much that Black Mountain Elementary was opened on 60th Street, followed by several other schools. By 1985, Cave Creek School, outdated, was permanently closed. It limped along under several guises until there were no tenants left.
In 2017, the lot and school buildings were purchased by Cave Creek businessman Fernando Maldonado, owner of the two Retablo stores. Fernando envisioned a shopping and arts center with stone plazas lined by charming shops and anchored by at least one, if not more, restaurants, much like Tlaquepaque in Sedona, but with character unique to Cave Creek.
It’s been a long, arduous haul, as Fernando wanted to keep as much of the structures intact, so demolition and removal of materials had to be done carefully. Cave Creek has watched with interest as a white-washed walls, arched doorways and quaint grilled windows have been installed. To further titillate and entertain the community and visitors, Fernando has also had an ever-changing roster of metal sculpture in what will be the shopping plaza’s parking lot; cowboys, bucking horses, a stagecoach, a party of Indians, and currently---dinosaurs. The plaza looks like it is growing closer and closer to completion and will certainly be a wonderful and unique draw to our town’s heart.
Old Photo: Courtesy of The Cave Creek Museum
New Photo: Darlene Southern
Local Landmarks Corner
Cave Creek 
Local Landmarks 
The First Six

The Town of Cave Creek has launched Cave Creek Local Landmarks; a community-driven project celebrating iconic places in Cave Creek which make it uniquely ours. Local Landmarks (historic or significant buildings, iconic destinations and significant places) are proposed by the public and voted on by Town Council Members. On December 21st Cave Creek Town Council voted to award brass plaque awards to The Cave Creek Inn (now Oreganos), Carpenters Trading Post (now Coyote Creek), Dairy Queen (Town Core’s only drive-thru), Big Earl’s Greasy Eats (formerly an art-deco gas station), Harold’s Cave Creek Corral, and Hannah’s Chocolate House (now The Hideaway) — honoring them as the first six Cave Creek Local Landmarks (of many more to come).
Submissions are now open, so you and neighbors can contribute pictures, stories, factoids, and historical references for each destination’s entry on the interactive map. The brass plaques which have been awarded to each destination will be installed later this month and act as a portal, where the public can access an interactive storytelling map by scanning a QR code on their phones. From there users can explore Local Landmarks and the stories we share virtually, physically, and over time— through the words of Cave Creek’s pioneers, their descendants, and you; its residents and guests.
Submit content by writing to: LocalLandmarks@CaveCreekAZ.gov or deliver them to the Administrative Offices at Town Hall. Each of these six entries will continue to be populated over time with stories from the public regarding why they adore these destinations worth preserving. 
News regarding the unveiling of each new Cave Creek Local Landmark will be posted to the Town of Cave Creek’s News and Announcements; so stay tuned for those!

Would you like to volunteer to participate with this project? Email LocalLandmarks@CaveCreekAZ.gov with Volunteer in the title of the email to join the endeavor. You can also obtain additional info by clicking HERE.
 A screenshot of the Landmarks interactive map
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau
Bina Bou
at the
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau

This month, we'd like to tell you about Bina Bou. The Cave Creek Tourism Bureau has been proudly displaying local photographer, Bina Bou’s work since its opening in 2018. Bina’s beautiful photography focuses on local landscapes and animals. Her love of photography began about 15-years ago when, “I discovered that I’m in the moment, sometimes several hours into mindfulness moment.”

Yes, what a perfect way to escape and freeze a beautiful moment in time. Bina only displays her work at our tourism bureau, but also sells some prints privately. Bina’s work is from the heart and her choice to donate all sales proceeds to the Foothills Food Bank is a reflection of that beautiful heart. Thank you, Bina, for sharing your talent with us.

Photo: Bina's "Happy Quail Family" (15.5in. x 20in.)
The Spring/Easter Tree at our Cave Creek Tourism Bureau. Stop in, see it, and say "Hello."

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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, Bella Donna & Cane, 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, 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, Lifestyle 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, Ro Scarbrough (Berkshire Hathaway), Rusty Shack, Salon Chella, Sticks Golf & Cigar Lounge, The Sculpture Studio, Sergio Ladrón de Guevara Fine Art, Sharon J. Edwards (Berkshire Hathaway), Smith & Western, Somm Advice, Sonoran Arts League, Soroptomist International of Saguaro Foothills, Southwest Bedazzle Boutique, Spur Cross Cycles, Storyteller Indian Store, Studio West, Teeslanger, The Eddy, Thunderbird Artists Gallery, Time to Ride AZ, Tonto Bar & Grill, Trailhead Ranch, True West Magazine, Tumbleweed Hotel, 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.