Missing Teenager in Beaver Creek Clothing Worn.... Beaver Creek Community Calendar

Beaver Creek Community Calendar
October 23, 2014
Missing Teenager in Beaver Creek
Clothing Worn....
From: Holly Quick, Lake Montezuma
She was last seen wearing a white polo shirt, jeans and a tan
hair band.
MISSING TEENAGER!!! from Sedona Sky Academy,
previously Copper Canyon Academy
sent in by Holly Quick from Lake Montezuma
Hi neighbors. I work for Sedona Sky and we have
a student that has run away from campus. She has been gone since
9:50am and all of the local law enforcement is involved in the search.
I thought this would be a good way to get more information out there
in hopes of returning her safely.
She is a tall, slender blonde and probably has her hair pulled up. I
have attached a picture. Please help find her!
Please call YCSO (Sheriff's Office) at 928-567-7710 to report
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Beaver Creek eNews
October 23, 2014
Dear Neighbors
The weather for the rest of October is forecast to be
sunny and mild. We vote for that! So weather can't be
an excuse for missing out on a lot of free and low cost
activities available here and throughout the Verde
Valley. If you're ready from some outdoor exercise,
Friends of the Verde River Greenway are planning to
do some
work on
the Jail Trail this Saturday at Dead Horse
Ranch State Park. Meet at 8:30 AM at the
Jail Trail parking area. Please bring gloves
and tools for weeding and resurfacing.
Contact Marsha Foutz of FVRG at
[email protected] for more
information. (The photo of the Verde River
archway is from Diane Joens and the local
photo of the rainbow with Apache Maid in
the background is from Linda Hawbaker.)
Since the last eNews Supervisor Thomas
Thurman, Sheriff Scott Mascher, County Administrator Phil Bourdon and Verde Area
Road Superintendent Verl Cook met with residents in the Adult Center to promote passage
of a jail district sales tax to be used in particular for the construction of a new prison.
Other information provided was that the estimated completion date for the pedestrian
bridge next to the Wet Beaver Creek Bridge is by the end of February. There will not be
much chip sealing until FY 15/16 and overlays on parts of Montezuma Avenue and
Beaver Vista will start this fiscal year but may not be completed until the following one
due to some utility issues.
Beaver Creek Public/School Library held an open
house attended in particular by both the Friends of
Beaver Creek Library and the Photography Club.
Free Microsoft Office computer training classes will
be offered at the library starting on Monday.
Registration information is provided below.
Yavapai County Health Department provided free
flu shots (photo from Marlyn Summers) in the Adult
Center which will be utilized again
by the county on November 4 for
voting. The Key Club Movie
night starts at 5:30 PM on Friday
(tomorrow) in the high school area
of Beaver Creek Baptist Church.
Please check out the listings and
take advantage of the great fall
Heading to the library,
. . . . . the calendar crew
Upcoming Special Events
Thursday, 10/23-The Verde Valley Caregivers Masquerade Fundraiser is at the
Hilton Sedona Canyon Ballroom from 5 PM to 9 PM. Vintages Grille is sponsoring the
appetizers. Tickets $75 per person. http://www.vvcaregivers.org/art-wine-dine.html
Friday, 10/24-The Key Club Movie Night at BC Baptist Church will feature "Mr
Peabody & Sherman". Doors open at 5:30 PM. $3 entrance fee which includes a snack
and drink. (see flyer below for full information)
Monday, 10/27 Starts-Microsoft Office Classes
(Word, Excel, PowerPoint) meet Mondays and
Tuesdays through 11/11 at the Beaver Creek
Public/School Library. These FREE classes are
funded by the LSTA grant written by Librarian
Devon Artrip. Call her to register at 928-5674034. (see flyer for further information)
Friday, 10/31--The 6th annual Halloween
Spooktacular is coming! The event will be held
from 5 PM to 7 PM in Rollins Park at the Village
Devon Artrip
Square in Lake Montezuma. Just like previous
years, the Spooktacular will feature Trunk 'n Treat, music, games, free hotdogs, popcorn
and witch's brew. Everything is FREE and open to all residents of Beaver Creek. Please
escort your children to the Spooktacular and enjoy the costumes. Bring flashlights since
most parking is not lighted.
Additionally, more games or Trunk 'n Treat are
needed. If you or your business or organization is
interested in participating, or to obtain additional
information about this year's Spooktacular, please
contact Janet at [email protected] or 928-5922839.
Heads UP for later events:
Friday/Saturday, 11/7 & 11/8--The Beaver Creek Adult Center will host their Annual
Fall Festival Arts and Crafts Sale from 9 AM to 4 PM. There will be hand-crafted items,
holiday gifts and a bake sale. Come join us for a fun day! For additional information call
the Center at 928-567-4556.
Saturday, 11/8--Celebrate Beaver Creek Trails Day from 11 AM to 2 PM in Sycamore
Park at 4710 E Beaver Vista Rd in Lake Montezuma. The food and raffle prizes are
FREE. The Dutch Oven Cowboy Cooking will include biscuits and beans. Plenty of
Cowboy coffee and lemonade will be served, too. Raffle prizes include back packs, sling
bags, T-shirts, walking sticks, head lamps, field organizers and much more. County and
Federal agency representatives will be present to answer questions, and Off Highway
Vehicle information will be available. The event is sponsored by the Beaver Creek Trails
Coalition (BCTC) which will share maps of the proposed Sunset Trail Loop and have
information about our Bell Trail Stewardship and how YOU can help. Please contact Bill
Stafford at 300-1598 for further information.
BCTC welcomes participation at Trails Day. This is an opportunity to share your mission
with the public. Please pre-register your group with Janet Aniol at [email protected]
Bring a table and supplies as needed. General set up time is 10:30 AM. For those groups
requiring more set up time, special arrangements will be made. Please visit our website at
Regularly Scheduled Meetings & Activities through November 2
Friday, 10/24--The Rimrock Public High School Governing Board will meet at the
school office (east of the BC Baptist Church)
at 8:30 AM. Please call 928-567-9213 for
information. www.rimrockpublichighschool
Friday, 10/24--The Community Calendar
meeting is at10 AM in the BC Adult Center.
You are welcome to attend or phone or email
your inputs for the calendar. Please call
Jeannette Estes at 928-567-5421 for inputs or
Saturdays, 10/25 & 11/1--Artful Storytime is in session at the Beaver Creek
Public/School Library weekly on Saturdays at 12 Noon. Join us for a story book and a
take home art project. For more information call 928-567-4032.
Sundays, 10/26 & 11/2--A Weekly Native American Flute Circle is held every Sunday
at Montezuma Castle starting at 10 AM. The flute circle is a gathering of people who
meet regularly to learn, play, share, or simply enjoy music played on Native American
flutes. Entry to the park is $5 for those ages 16 and above.
Tuesday, 10/28--The BC Kiwanis meet at 6 PM at the BC Adult Center or other
locations. Please call Jimmie Wills at 928-301-5411 for more
information. www.bckiwanis.org
Thursday, 10/30-The MRFD Fire Auxiliary meets at the station at 9:00 AM. Please
contact Carolyn Taylor at 928-592-0667 for more information.
Thursday, 10/30--The Photography Club is led by Bill Helm from the Camp Verde
Bugle at 4 PM at the BC Public Library. The club meets alternate weeks in the Camp
Verde Library. Please contact Devon Artrip at 928-567-4034 for the details.
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