Join us for a rare opportunity to play at one of Golf Magazines top 10 Best New Private Courses, (January 2009 issue). Enjoy a beautiful day on our serene course while helping to expand SCORE’s ability to meet the needs of our local small business community on Monday, May 13th, 2013.
In a joint effort with Congressman Gosar, SanTanValley.com and The San Tan Valley Chamber of Commerce, SCORE (Service Corp Of Retired Executives) has made an all-in, hands on effort, to support mentor and guide “The Valley’s” new and existing businesses. For almost 50 years, SCORE has helped to increase the bottom lines and grow the top lines of businesses through out the United States.
Air Force Airman Zachary A. Brester has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.The airman completed an intensive eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.
The year 2012 marked a milestone in terms of passenger traffic for Phoenix- Mesa Gateway Airport.
For the first time in the airport’s history, the airline passenger count for 2012 topped one million, totaling 1,377,205, a 44 percent increase from the 956,665 passenger total for the previous year, according to a press release.
The count is more than triple that of 2008, when 357,165 passengers used the airport, located southeast of Power Road and Loop 202 in east Mesa.
Queen Creek residents are giving a thumbs up to a proposed movie theater megaplex with an adjoining entertainment district and hotel in the downtown area.
“I’m really excited to have it super close,” Kyndra Westover, 14, a student at Queen Creek High School, told the Independent, referring to the movie theater during a phone interview Wednesday. “It is kind of a hassle to travel so far.”
The following sponsorship opportunities are available for the upcoming First Annual SCORE Golf Tournament With Congressman Gosar & The San Tan Valley Chamber of Commerce on May 13th at Encanterra.
San Tan Valley is now home to Define Yourself, LLC. The cheer and tumbling gym is opening its doors April 1st at 2769 E Combs Rd Bldg D in San Tan Valley.
“This has been a long time dream of mine,” says head coach and owner, Jenna Colburn. “We will be offering recreation cheerleading, trampoline and tumbling classes as well as competitive All-star cheer teams.”
Define Yourself will combine principles related to athletics and positive child development with the hope of helping to develop passionate, confident and talented tumblers and cheerleaders. Classes are taught by highly qualified and dedicated instructors, who create a positive and safe environment.
“My goal for Define Yourself is for each athlete to progress at their own pace to develop body awareness, coordination, strength, flexibility, social skills and confidence while learning fun and challenging tumbling and cheer skills.”
We all have those moments when we hear a song and it sticks in your head for days. No matter what you try, your mind always goes back to that song.
With Starship featuring Mickey Thomas playing the Good Life Festival at Encanterra in San Tan Valley on Saturday afternoon, March 23, it makes sense that concert goers would walk away with “We Built This City,” or “No Way Out,” or “Sara,” entrenched in their brain. But no.
Since that concert, my mind only hears “Fooled Around and Fell In Love,” the Elvin Bishop Group hit song from 1976. Damn you Mickey Thomas.
The San Tan Valley Chamber’s General Membership Meeting is Thursday, March 28th from 7:30am-9:00am at the SRP Service Center - 3735 E. Combs Rd., San Tan Valley, AZ 85140 - (South side of Combs, just east of Schnepf Rd).
If you have a business in San Tan Valley, we would like to invite you to come as a guest and learn more about your local Chamber of Commerce.
You don't want to miss it!
We have some AMAZING benefits to present to all of our members!
Starting April 2, Pinal County Air Quality will only issue 3-day open burning permits. All permits will expire by May 1 and Pinal County will suspend the issuance of open burning permits on April 26.Burn permits allow for the disposal of plant material by open burning during limited daytime hours.
Mr Craig Krause purchased five Quick Pick tickets on Friday, March 22nd from the Fry's Food Store at Bella Vista and Hunt Hwy, in San Tan Valley. On Monday morning, Krause checked his ticket and realized that the top line of his ticket had five matching numbers. He then found out that his five matching numbers were worth $1 million dollars.Krause, an Arizona snowbird from Colorado has been traveling to Arizona for the last three years. He is hoping to pay off some bills and share the winnings with his family.