A publication of
The Town of Cave Creek
37622 N Cave Creek Rd.
Cave Creek, AZ
480-488-6600
Editor: Nina Spitzer
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Cave Creek Weather
Corner
Click the picture for Cave Creek weather info direct from the Town website.
Calendar
Corner
March 1 (6pm): Council Meeting (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
March 2 (5-7pm): Ice Cream Fundraiser (The City Creamery)
March 2 (1pm): Special Town Council Meeting - Capital Improvement Presentation (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
March 4 (7:30am): Monthly Ambassador Breakfast Carefree/Cave Chamber (Grotto Café) MORE INFO
March 10 (7:00am-11:00am): Invasive Species Removal Event (Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area) More info HERE.
March 10 (4:30pm): Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber Monthly Mixer (Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6022959422)
March 13 (1:30pm): Stamp Mill Operation (Cave Creek Museum)
March 15 (6pm): Council Meeting (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/s/97966005071)
March 18 (7pm): Planning Commission Regular Meeting (Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/93661231481)
March 19 - 21 (7pm): Fine Art Festival (Stagecoach Village) More Info HERE.

Click HERE for the calendar and Zoom links on the Town site.
Green Waste Corner
The Green Waste Day of February 20th was a huge success. In an effort to support the community in creating defensible space in their yards for fire prevention, the Town of Cave Creek is hosting additional drop-off days for residents (only) to discard green waste.

The next event will take place on March 20th at the Cave Creek Water Ranch: 4300 E Carefree Highway. As part of the Town’s Defensible Spaces efforts, we’re hosting these drop-off events to help you haul away green cuttings and debris such as weeds, leaves, brush and small branches.
 
Come prepared with proof of Cave Creek residence (driver’s license, utility bill, addressed piece of mail) and be prepared to unload the debris once you arrive. Cave Creek staff will take it from there.

For more info as well as what will and will not be accepted click HERE.
Fundraiser Corner
Food Bank Fundraiser
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Tuesday, March 2nd
5-7pm

The City Creamery has agreed to donate a portion of all ice cream sales from 5-7pm on Tuesday, March 2nd to the FOOTHILLS FOOD BANK. (Thank you Chelsea!) There will also be giveaways and raffles, so stop by for a great evening with plenty social distanced outdoor seating in the Prickly Pear Plaza.

If your business would like to donate an item for the raffle, please feel free to call Dale at 602-799-7335.
Dale Samar,
Realty Executives
Cave Creek Museum Fundraiser
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Thursday, March 25th
11am-8pm

Support the Cave Creek Museum by stopping by the Horny Toad for a meal! Mention the Museum or bring in this flyer to have 20% of your bill donated to the Museum.
Rodeo Corner
Cave Creek Rodeo Days has been moved to May 28-30, so save the date!
Yeee Hawww!!!
For more information on the rodeo click HERE.
General Plan Update Corner
Vote on The General Plan
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May 18, 2021 Election
The General Plan serves as a guiding document for implementing the Town Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances, as well as the Capital Improvement Program. The scope of the plan encompasses policy recommendations that address overall community development patterns and long-term land use trends. The General Plan is often considered to be the community’s blueprint for determining actions relative to preservation, growth and development. 
 
On November 2, 2020, Cave Creek Town Council passed Resolution No. R2020-27 authorizing a special election for ratifying the 2021 Town of Cave Creek General Plan to be held on May 18, 2021. A publicity pamphlet with information on Proposition 461; Town of Cave Creek 2021 General Plan will be mailed to every household with a registered voter in the Town of Cave Creek. Included in that pamphlet are arguments for and against the 2021 Town of Cave Creek General Plan. To access the Informational Pamphlet visit www.CaveCreekAZ.gov/Elections. For more information on the Town of Cave Creek’s General Plan visit: www.CaveCreekAZ.gov/GeneralPlan
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Supporting one another is what it's all about!
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Movie Corner
Cave Creek's Drive-In Movies

Every Monday and Saturday night at 6:30pm, Big Earl's Greasy Eats brings visitors to our town with their free drive-in movies, AND...you know how we LUV visitors in Cave Creek! Thanks Brooke! Check for updates on their facebook page.
Trails Corner
Trails: Town Hall to Spur Cross Rd Connection
 
The trail has been stabilized and is currently drying. All barricades will be removed once the trail has completely dried. There may be some additional concrete work in the near future that would require a couple of minor lane closures at the intersections of Rancho Manana & Cave Creek Road and Paseo Dulce & Cave Creek Road. These, however, will be small, rather than complete, area closures to keep construction workers safe.

The Town’s trails are a work in progress with the goal toward connecting town residents to our beautiful parks and open spaces. The Town’s neighborhood trails enable residents to walk out their door, get on a legal neighborhood trail and hike, bike or ride to explore the natural beauty of our Town without getting in a car to drive there.
Bambi Muller 
Planner / Trails Coordinator
Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber Corner
What’s Happening?
One great way to stay informed on what’s happening in our local community is to subscribe to the Carefree Cave Creek Chamber e-blast. You can stay informed about festivals, art shows, retail shops & restaurant specials, moonlight hiking at Spur Cross, prickly pear harvesting (in season) and more.  Sign up through the Chamber Website https://carefreecavecreek.org/

Patty Villeneuve, IOM
President/CEO
Carefree Cave Creek Chamber
480 488-3363
Health Corner
Roll Up Your Sleeve!

Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker and Testing sites


Vaccine Finder Resource: azhealth.gov/covid19findvaccine
Safety Corner
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
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The current total number of Covid-19 cases in Arizona is shrinking, however, now it's even more important to stay vigilant to maintain this downward trend.
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Click HERE for Maricopa County Mask Regulations and a link to current amendments.
Guess It
Corner
So...
Where have you seen this happy
Cave Creek couple?
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February's Answer:
Yes! This adorable goat is on the logo of Udder Delight Natural Skin Care in Frontier Town - a beauty shop offering a range of natural products made from goat's milk, including lotions & soaps. Click HERE to see it again in our February issue.
Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area
Corner
Your Help Needed
Invasive species are one of the biggest threats to our park’s ecosystem health. They out compete native plants, decrease biodiversity and increase wildfire occurrences and magnitude. Join the new Desert Defenders program to help us find and remove these plants!
More info > HERE.
Covid-19 Corner
Info & Resources
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For the ADHS Covid-19 Data Dashboard click HERE.
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Covid-19: Business Benchmarks - Click HERE.
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Official Reopening Attestation for Bars with a Food Permit Operating as a Restaurant: Click HERE.
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Find Maricopa County Covid-19 Business Info HERE.
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Click HERE Arizona Department of Health Services helpful info on Covid-19 resources.
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Access all you need to know from the Arizona Department of Economic Security by clicking HERE.
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Look HERE for updated Sky Harbor Airport travel regulations.
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Gov. Ducey
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2021
Feature Corner
Look Who's Back!
Black Mountain Feed & Tack
By Nina Spitzer
 
It was a sad day early on the morning of June 1, 2020 when Cave Creek’s Black Mountain Feed and Tack literally went up in smoke. The iconic building that had served our community as a source for hay, feed, tack and all other equestrian items for about 40 years had been reduced to ashes. What a huge loss, not just to owner Mel Coleman and his dedicated team, but to our entire Cave Creek community, as well.
 
But, just as the mythical “Phoenix” bird, Black Mountain Feed and Tack has risen from the ashes. These past months have found all of us glimpsing over at the property as we’ve driven by so as to catch its progress. Mel, together with his team of Manager Terry, clerk Joni, driver Manuel, and yardman Jose, look forward to once again seeing familiar faces and serving Cave Creek area friends.
 
The new building will have more room for a wider inventory of merchandise. According to manager Terry, “It is going to be SO much nicer and easier for customers to get around to get their feed and much easier on the guys.” She goes on to say, “It has been a tragedy but in the long, long run much nicer.”
 
According to Terry, the community has been great! Premier Painting of Arizona painted the outside and inside of the new building pro bono and Dunn Edwards even DONATED the paint.
 
There will be many things about the new building that are “new” besides the look of the structure, however many of the things Black Mountain Feed is known for will remain the same. Terry says customers, as before, can expect to find great hay, a wide variety of tack, reasonable pricing and, of course the same friendly staff. Unfortunately, Black Mountain Feed's horse "mascot," Forrest, died in the fire. His older relative, Midnight, however will proudly take Forrest's place welcoming the community from out front of the property. How might the gals have Midnight dressed for Black Mountain Feed's comeback? A tuxedo perhaps? We'll soon see.
 
It's been a long wait, but we'll all be happy to see Black Mountain Feed and Tack's return. “'Just hope all the customers come back. They are the best!” says Terry. Their planned "soft-opening" is March 1st. Terry also shared that they're looking for two full-time yard workers.
 
Mel Coleman, who has owned Black Mountain Feed and Tack since 2008, is a man of few words but expressed a heartfelt, "We are SO happy to get back into business! We apologize to our customers for it taking so long. Most of it has been out of our control."
 
From the Cave Creek community…A big WELCOME BACK to Black Mountain Feed and Tack. You've surely been missed!
Owner, Mel Coleman, on January 2020

Photo Credits: Old & New - Nina Spitzer
Town Manager's Corner
Dear Cave Creek Community,

Below, Deputy Chief Jim Ford presents a review on the history of fire protection for the Town of Cave Creek residents, along with considerations regarding fire protection in the near-future. A major portion of the current service is a subscription program which has been provided by Rural Metro for an extended period of time. The individual subscription service model means that the town does not currently have any contractual or direct responsibility for the level of fire and emergency services that Rural Metro provide. Current information is that less than 50 percent of Cave Creek residents choose to participate in the program, nor subscribe to help pay for this critical service. 
 
To that end, the Town has embarked on a review of the emergency services provided in the Town and will evaluate and make decisions as to the direction of fire and emergency services in the future. The initial overview and presentation occurred at the Regular Town Council Meeting on Feb 16th, 2021. Your current elected officials believe that the Town should be more involved in securing and managing this critical service and encourage you to participate. 
 
The presentation includes: 
 
  • Background and History of Fires in Cave Creek
  • Goals, Requirements and Options
  • Estimated Budget Impacts 
 
To view Jim Ford’s presentation during the Council Meeting, click HERE: (Video Link begins at Agenda Item #6)

To view the PowerPoint presentation used during the meeting, click HERE

To watch future Council Meetings live, remotely, visit the Town’s Calendar and follow the links HERE.

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

The weather is starting to heat up a bit with temperatures in the high 70’s this week. I am happy as I drive around town and see so many people walking along our Town Core as well as how abundant traffic is on weekends.

Please remember, with warmer weather is upon us, be conscious of your music and, specifically, its volume. Please make certain your speakers are aimed appropriately so as not to disturb nearby residents. We have worked hard with residents and the business community alike to have a great balance between businesses and residents. Please be mindful that although your business may be open late into the evening, many residents go to bed much earlier than your close time. Please lower your outside music volume and avoid disturbing your neighbors.
 
And, a gentle reminder: Town has worked very hard with our local business owners and residents to reach a fair and equitable SIGN ORDINANCE. Most businesses are respectful of this ordinance, some are not. Please remove all non-compliant signs. Each businesses is allowed one sign.

We’ve also received complaints of businesses placing items in the Right of Way and obstructing the town pedestrian pathways. Signs are not permitted within the Right of Way without first obtaining a Right of Way permit when applicable. Please remove any items (including signs and displays) within the town’s pedestrian walkways. We want residents and visitors to be able to walk safely along pedestrian trails and not have to walk around displays or signs that have been inappropriately placed. If you have questions regarding the legality of your sign, please call my office at 480-488-6636, or call our Planning and Zoning staff 480-488-6610; we are here to help.

Please remember to clear defensible space from around your residences and businesses. We can’t afford another fire such as we had last year in Cave Creek. Remember, spark causing construction requires a permit from the Town of Cave Creek Building Safety Department. If you’re doing anything outside that has the potential to start a fire, have a hose ready and someone standing by to utilize the hose as well as fire extinguishers at the ready. If you see a fire, remember to Dial 911 As Soon As Possible. Wildland fires spread rapidly. Clear defensible areas and make sensible decisions please.
 
I look forward to seeing you throughout town and also look forward to increased visitors as well as increased traffic at all of our local businesses.
 
Stay safe,

Marshal Adam Stein
Fire Safety Corner
Wildland Fire Awareness Poll

The Town of Cave Creek is conducting a Wildland Fire Awareness Poll to kick-off Fire Safety Awareness and Prevention efforts this year and encourages all Cave Creek residents to partake. The poll takes 4 – 6 minutes and assists the Town in establishing a baseline of residents’ awareness regarding fire safety. Last fire season was abrasive and,with invasive species starting to rear their sprouts after recent rains, the time to prepare our properties is now.
To take the poll simply open the camera feature on your phone, hover over the QR Code below and your phone should link you to the Fire Awareness Poll. To take the poll online visit www.CaveCreekAZ.gov/WildlandFirePoll

For more information on fire safety and how to create defensible space around your home visit:
Retirement Corner
Celebrating Pam
On January 15, Foothills Food Bank Board President, Chuck Laurenti, presented retiring Executive Director Pam DiPietro with a beautiful plaque dedicating the Cave Creek headquarters in her name which is now displayed inside the building's reception area. On March 12th, a retirement party will be held at the Chip celebrating Pam's retirement and her 18-years of dedication to our local food bank and our community. Friends, merchants, and residents alike are welcome to attend. (See info below.)
Photo Credit: Pam Booth Communications
Lovin' R Locals Corner
Spur Cross Cycles

Crystal Topham has been livin’ and lovin’ Cave Creek for 37 years. Crystal also loves bikes; she bikes to work, rents bikes, works on bikes, sells bikes, talks about bikes and bike trails, and when possible pedals home with her hubby at the end of the day. Crystal is the owner of Spur Cross Cycles which first opened in Cave Creek December, 1, 2011.

Turn into the Horny Toad parking lot and at the northwest end you’ll find Crystal’s Spur Cross Cycles. Crystal says she chose Cave Creek for her shop because at the time "Cave Creek had no bike rentals, so this was an opportunity to provide a service that wasn’t offered locally." Bike rentals also opened up the field to sales and service by word of mouth and it's grown from there.

A bike rental shop in Cave Creek's Town Core is the perfect for out-of-town visitors. "Cave Creek has a limitless amount of trails so mountain biking renters can leave right from the shop," says Crystal. "Road and hybrid renters can pedal from the shop with plenty of options for nice scenic safe routes."

Crystal's shop in our Town Core offers visitors a selection of rentals from which to choose. The fleet of 20+ rental bikes includes road, mountain and comfort bikes. Of course, safety is important, so a helmet is always included.

In addition to Crystal’s fleet of bike rentals are bike sales and service with a smile. Top notch service is a priority at Spur Cross Cycles; this can include anything from a quick flat tire repair, standard maintenance, and a complete overhaul or rebuild.

What does Crystal like best about her work? "Ultimately helping customers with their biking needs whether it’s fixing a bike, navigating a route on map or finding their next bike they want to purchase."

Spur Cross Cycles reviews on Yelp and Trip Advisor are all 5-stars. That’s gotta say something for Crystal and her shop! Seeing how much Crystal loves bikes and biking, that's not surprising.
Spur Cross Cycles owner, Crystal Topham

Photo Credits: Top - Nina Spitzer
Bottom - Courtesy of Spur Cross Cycles
New Biz Corner
CABINETS

Their one word name says it all - CABINETS. Margaret and Eric Slota's new shop at 6554 E. Cave Creek Road specializes in, YES - Cabinets! That includes custom cabinets, remodels, and cabinet repairs, as well.

It doesn't stop there. Cabinetmaker Eric also specializes in unique custom restaurant tables, bars, reception desks, accent barn walls, and...well, anything beautiful made of wood.  

"We have a passion for working with wood," says Margaret.

Eric Slota has been working with wood his entire life. "Eric is extremely talented in the field - like a cabinet doctor," wife and co-owner Margaret says with pride."He loves to solve cabinetry problems."

Eric and Margaret opened their door at this location for the first time on February 1st of this year. In addition to cabinets, Margaret and Eric are a source for finding and working well with a variety of contractors.

So, apparently if any of us needs any cabinet related work, or any other wood project help, Margaret and Eric are the people to see.
You can reach them at 480-809-8340 or eminstall@yahoo.com.
Co-Owner Margaret Slota

 Photo Credits: Nina Spitzer
History Corner
Cave Creek Museum
By Darlene Southern
 
Back in 1964, a group of townsfolk, primarily ladies from The Mother's Club, created the Cave Creek Historical Society. Painstakingly, they collected oral histories, photographs, articles and records from town and business entities.
 
Soon, their fellow Creekers, realizing that the Historical Society was preserving the town's past, began donating all sorts of items: bits and pieces that had traveled to town with settlers, cowboy items, clothing, art, toys - all the things that were once a part of life in a new and growing town.
 
There also came donations of Native American pottery and basketry and artifacts, from Pre-History to Contemporary. Some donations were entire collections that had been lovingly amassed over a lifetime, then presented to the Historical Society.  
 
With so many items generously donated to the Historical Society, it became apparent that a facility was needed to house and preserve the artifacts. A facility would also allow the items to be exhibited for the edification and entertainment of both the community and visitors. 
 
At that same time the building which had been Cave Creek's first church was donated. In addition, a 1.25 acre piece of land was donated by Frank and Hazel Wright, also known as the "Father and Mother of Cave Creek." What a coincidence because that was where the old church building could soon reside. In an amazing example of resolve and "can-do," the historic church building was moved to its new location on Skyline Drive by rolling it on logs. What dedication! 
 
On April 4th, 1970, in celebration of the Town of Cave Creek's 100th birthday, the Cave Creek Museum opened its doors to the public for the first time. Since then, the Cave Creek Museum has continued to grow. In 1985, a new building was erected and the historic church was moved further back on the property and restored to how it would have originally appeared in 1946. New wings to house "Pioneer" and "Archeology" exhibits were added in 1987.
 
The Cave Creek Museum continues to be a major draw for visitors to our little town. Our museum works hard at serving the needs of the community and promoting the Cave Creek way of life. Hopefully you, as local business owners, recognize how important the Cave Creek Museum is at attracting visitors to Cave Creek. We know 2020 has been a difficult year for many small businesses, but especially for small museums like ours. If possible, your support with a business membership or sponsorship of the Museum would be so appreciated.
 
Photo Credits: Historical photo courtesy of the Cave Creek Museum archives / Current photo Darlene Southern
Local Landmarks Corner
Cave Creek 
Local Landmarks 
Open for Nominations

The Town of Cave Creek is as diverse as its residents, local businesses, culture, entertainment and wildlife! In an effort to celebrate this and promote exploration of the unique places which have shaped and housed the Town’s vibrant character (and characters!), the Town of Cave Creek is launching Cave Creek Local Landmarks. Iconic buildings in Town are being recognized by a bronze plaque which inter-connects the celebrated landmarks to a storytelling map. This map hosts destinations across Cave Creek for the public to explore virtually, physically, and throughout time— through the storytelling of Cave Creek’s pioneers, their descendants, and you; its residents and guests.
 
Nominate a place in Town for consideration that is special to you. Have a restaurant that knows you by name? A building that has housed renditions of your favorite small businesses, over-time? A place so famous (or infamous), you don’t need an address to get there? Name a destination that has served to expand our Town’s character and charm in recent years, or one that your family has enjoyed building stories that have spanned generations by writing to LocalLandmarks@CaveCreekAZ.gov.
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau
Corner
Lance Headlee
Mini-Gallery
at the
Cave Creek Tourism Bureau

We are so very proud of the mini-art galley at our Cave Creek Tourism Bureau! For that reason, we'd like to highlight each of our participating artists in each of our monthly e-newsletters. This month's artist was the very first to display at the tourism bureau, Lance Headlee.

Lance's beautiful work has adorned our Cave Creek Tourism Bureau since it first opened on Cave Creek Road. His beautiful contemporary cowboy art is not only eye catching but shares a glimpse of the modern cowboy/cowgirl in a serene, modern setting. It may be 2021, but the cowboy of the ol' pioneer days is a little bit in each of us, right!?!

About his paintings Lance tells us, "They say 'paint us distinctively unique,' 'paint us fun,' 'paint us colorful,' 'Paint us cool and sexy,' 'paint us big, bold and beautiful,' but most of all don’t paint us if you can’t challenge yourself and paint something new and different."

Lance's work goes beyond his signature cowboy collection. Display's of his talented pieces can be seen at New West Gallery in Cave Creek and Venues Café in Carefree.

Photos: Lance Headlee's two paintings displayed at the Cave Creek Tourism Bureau
'Top O' The Mornin' to Ya...
And a Weee Bit a GOLD, too!

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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., 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.
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