VIP November 2018

INTHEPINES

VOLUME 25 ISSUE 10 — NOVEMBER 2018

the forest highlands association newsletter

President 2 General Manager 3 FH Foundation 4 Club News 5

Security 11 Golf 12 Tennis 13 Recreation 14

Dining 16 FH Realty 18 Fitness 20

John DiVall, Board President

Dear Fellow Forest Highlands Members: I hope this letter finds you well and enjoying a beautiful fall season. As a sports fan, I love this time of year with the World Series, football in full swing and basketball season starting. And last but not least, absolutely my favorite weather of the year.

who agreed to serve the remaining 15 months of Bob Uhl’s term on the Board. Tim’s knowledge and expertise has been immensely valuable and we cannot thank him enough for volunteering to serve during this past year. Secondly, as you all know, the restaurant at the Meadow is open every weekend and again this year the Club is offering “Thanksgiving-to- go”, so please plan to order ahead by

As you know, things are a little slower around the Club this time of year, but there are a number of things happening that you should be aware of. First of all, the results are in from our Board of Directors Election. Jim Robinson has been re-elected for a second term and we will be adding Teri Schwab and Dirck Iacobelli as new board members this coming January. I’d like to welcome and congratulate all three of them and thank them again for their willingness to serve and add their perspectives to

I’d like to welcome and congratulate our

calling 928-525-1100. Last year my family did this and the convenience was only topped by the delicious food! Additionally, Friday of Thanksgiving weekend we have a Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament, Holiday Pastabilities from 5:30-8:00pm at the Meadow and Saturday is the 2nd Annual North Pole Experience.

new Board Members!

This is the time of year that the department heads, staff, committees and the board are working feverishly on 2019 budgets. One of the things we’ve heard loud and clear from the membership is that they don’t like feeling “nickel and dimed” when using the Club, so we are looking at various iterations on how we can work on that issue and how it impacts dues. Another challenge we have is trying to limit staff turnover and dealing with the mandated Flagstaff minimum wage increases which continue to take place each calendar year. Staff, the finance committee and Board are taking all of these issues very seriously and giving all of the impacts full consideration. As always, the board and I value your input, so please do not hesitate to contact us through the member website. Hope to see you around the Club and I’d like to wish you all an early Happy Thanksgiving.

Board Meeting Date Change November 2018 Board Meeting: Monday, November 19 at 9:00am at Anthem Golf & Country Club our wonderful community. Also, thank you to those of you who voted, we had a very high participation rate, which we really appreciate. As a side note, over 99% of the ballots were cast electronically, which saves time and cost, so we will continue to use our electronic voting platform next year while continuing to make paper ballots available by request. Lastly on this topic, please join me in thanking Dennis Blair for his six years of tireless service on our board. Dennis will “term” off the board at the end of this year and his enthusiastic service to the Board and various committees has been invaluable and much appreciated. A huge thank you also to Tim Thomas

John DiVall, Board President

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O ver the last two weeks it seems like winter is fast approaching in Flagstaff. Many of the trees that have been showing the bright gold and red colors have begun dropping leaves and the ponderosa needles seem to be ever more present on the ground throughout the community. While the sun has been bright, and the afternoons crisp, the mornings and nights telegraph the weather that is on the horizon. The Farmer’s Almanac is calling for above average snow in Northern Arizona, so we hope that many of you will take advantage of the Club being open on weekends to enjoy our winter wonderland at Forest Highlands. Much of the last month has been spent winding down the Club for the season and winterizing facilities that will not be used until next Spring. We have also started the process of aerification on the Canyon course in preparation for putting the course “to bed” for the Winter. The Meadow course will soon follow the same routine, but is still open until November 4! Please give the Golf Shop a call to find out about availability for the last remaining days of golf at FH in 2018! The other major task has been the 2019 Annual Budget process. Department Heads have been working with Patty and I, as well as their Committees, to develop the financial “map” for 2019. After many iterations, including looking in detail at nearly every service the Association provides, the 2019 budget was presented to the Finance Committee on Tuesday of this week. After a few more changes from the Finance Committee, the budget will be presented to the Board for approval at the meeting on November 19th! This is a very intensive process and I want to thank the Managers, Committee Members and Board Members who have been active in the process. Ideas and suggestions shared with us from the Membership have been given much consideration and discussion. We are faced with mandated increases in minimum wage both in the State and a higher increase in Flagstaff. That pressure is affecting costs not only in payroll but anticipated costs of services and products that the Association utilizes. All of the people mentioned above worked very hard to mitigate those increases and limit the

Bill Griffon, General Manager/COO

proposed increase in dues. Season plans will be the next major task ahead for the Leadership Team along with a thorough review of the current guest program in an effort to simplify the program. We are beginning the process of hiring a replacement for Drew Annan. The Association received over 60 applications for the position. Six finalists will be interviewed via Skype this week. Those candidates will be narrowed down to two or three that will be interviewed in person at Forest Highlands later in the month. The selection committee is made up of 8 Members and 2 Staff Members who have been working through the process of narrowing down the field. We are blessed with so many qualified candidates and believe that the six we have selected to move forward will provide us with the best candidate to pass the torch and shepherd the Meadow, Canyon, and Grounds of Forest Highlands into the future. Congratulations to Teri Schwab and Dirck Iacobelli on being elected to the Board. I know that the Leadership Team is looking forward to working with both of them as well as continued support from Jim Robinson who is returning for a second term. Many thanks to Dennis Blair, and Tim Thomas for their support as they transition off of the Board. While things are slowing down, there is still much to do here at Forest Highlands over the coming months. Please keep an eye out for updates and e-mails from the Club as well as keep looking at the calendar for scheduled events! I HIGHLY suggest that if you are going to be at Forest Highlands over Thanksgiving that you sign up for the take-out feast that Chef Eddie will be preparing for Thanksgiving! You won’t want to miss it. Let us do the cooking while you spend time with family and football! Enjoy the fall, whether in the Valley or here at Forest Highlands. I wish all of you a very Happy Thanksgiving and hope that you can celebrate with family and friends all we have to be thankful for in our lives. We hope you will spend some of that time in the high country. Until then…

Bill Griffon, General Manager/COO

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Friends and Neighbors,

It has been my honor to serve as Chairman of the Forest Highlands Foundation (FHF) for the last several years. As my term comes to an end, I take great pride in how we have helped vulnerable neighbors meet their basic needs, provided educational opportunities and experiences to underprivileged children, and empowered families to build more productive futures. None of this would have been possible without the hard work of our devoted Board of Directors and the incredible generosity of the Forest Highlands community. THANK YOU ! As the Foundation prepares to celebrate our 20th anniversary next year and as we approach the $5 million milestone in community contributions, it is my pleasure to announce the new FHF Officers for 2019. At our final regular meeting of the year, we elected John Rivers, Chairman; Ethan Braunstein, Vice Chair; Lynn Garod, Secretary; and Marcus Sipolt, Treasurer. The experience and dedication of our new leadership teamwill ensure a productive and successful future for the Foundation, In addition, I am excited to announce the election of Vicki Svoboda, Marilyn Seymann, Edward Lesser, and Renee Haas to our Board of Directors. The lifeblood of our all-volunteer organization is the service of FH members who take a turn providing the leadership that will help us fulfill our Mission. With the addition of these outstanding candidates and their invaluable experience in non-profit governance, finance, and development, the Forest Highlands Foundation will be in strong hands.

In 2015, The Foundation awarded a special grant to the Flagstaff Family Food Center (FFFC) in the amount of $10,000 which was restricted to obtaining protein food items for use in FFFC’s programs. The grant was issued in response to a critical lack in the availability of protein from FFFC’s food sources. After exploring all available sources of protein, FHF agreed that the funds would be used to process wild game received from AZ Fish and Game. Since the inception of this grant, 13,343 pounds of wild game have been processed for use in the FFFC daily, hot meal program. To date, this grant has provided protein for over 25,000 hot meals served to hungry men, women, and children in our community. With funds in this very successful program expected to run out next year, FHF agreed in September to extend the grant for another year. In October, Ethan Braunstein, FHF Grants Committee Chair, presented a check for $3,000 to Monica Foos, FFFC’s Interim Executive Directors.

Bob Golub, Immediate Past Chairman Forest Highlands Foundation

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What the members are saying...

Bianca and Angie both do a great job! fitness and Spa

The good and creative ideas with the menu were fantastic this year. Chef Eddie and Chef Fred have been fantastic. No reason to leave the gates!

We like all the amenities - the family attitudes that have always been a part of the community. We have raised our family - grandchildren and now our little great grandchildren on this property. They feel very at “home”...

Great service and exciting entrees at Canyon! Then there is that memorable root beer float concoction! Perfect!!

Food was excellent. Brad, our server, knows his stuff. Really nice lunch.

Eddie has done a great job. There has been a big improvement on the food.

Everything is always first class.

Delicious food and wonderful staff!

Excellent menu choices, well prepared. Good service. Pleasant ambiance.

I love the Club amenities, the service at the restaurants is excellent and the quality of food is outstanding. It’s a great place to live!

The food was terrific, the ambiance special, what else could a person want?

GOOD MENU, GOOD FOOD, GREAT VIBE!

I recieved an immediate response and was very pleased with the service. concierge

The Golf Course!

High quality and wide variety of food. Service excellent, especially by the South Africans.

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Dining

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CONGRATULATIONS

To Our New BoardMembers

DIRCK IACOBELLI

JIM ROBINSON

TERI SCHWAB

We thank you for Serving!

Forest Highlands Education and Amateur Golf Organization FH Education & Amateur Golf Organization (FHEAGO) has committed to provide scholarships to employees of The Forest Highlands Association (known as Forest Highlands Golf Club) and the children of such employees, as well as to any other individuals deemed deserving. All scholarships will be awarded on an objective and non-discriminatory basis. The FHEAGO will also be utilized from time to time to put on tournaments for the USGA (2019 U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur). Donations to help support such tournaments will also be tax-deductible. Ways You Can Help: — Contribute directly to the Scholarship Fund — Contribute a Prize for the Employee End of Season Banquet & Fundraiser More info: members.fhgc.com/Member-Central and scroll all the way to the bottom TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Want to Donate? FH EDUCATION & AMATEUR GOLF ORGANIZATION

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DRC Meetings

Plan Submittals Due by 5:00pm

Meeting Date

Time

November 16, 2018

11:00am November 7, 2018

No meeting in December

For any changes to your lot or the exterior of your home please refer to the Development Standards members.fhgc.com Under HOA > Design Review or email designreview@fhgc.com All Plans are to be dropped off at the Administration Office (2425 William Palmer, Flagstaff, AZ 86005) NOTE: Smaller projects such as landscaping, re-paints, dog runs, minor additions and other minor changes can be reviewed weekly by the DRC, typically on Thursdays. Forest Highlands Design Review (928) 525-9014 or designreview@fhgc.com Forest Highlands Design Review Consultant: Robert Hubbard - (928) 606-3650 or designreview@fhgc.com Information is Subject to change - Always call/email to confirm. Please make sure to provide your architect, builder, contractor, etc. with the most recent copy of the Forest Highlands Development Standards which may be found online. https://fhgc.com/forest-highlands-forms/

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BY THE NUMBERS MAY - PRESENT

BAGS SOLD 95

SHOES SOLD 168

GLOVES SOLD 602

7,723

Outgoing Calls

HEADWEAR 1283

14,562

Incoming Calls

ROUNDS 26,115

SECURITY October

Steven & Patty Brown 2128 Bessie Kidd Best Brian & Melissa Bonfiglio New Members John & Brigitte Kirchhefer 3905 Doc Raymond WELCOME NEW MEMBERS!

Contractor/Guest Inputs 1121

Houses on Housewatch 130

Contractors/Guests through the Gate 5318

IN AND AROUND FLAG

Flagstaff Events Calendar

What’s happening in Flagstaff. view flyer

Friday, November 2 for details

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A Turkey... Deconstructed We have our annual Thanksgiving To-Go in full swing! Call to order today before we sell out: 928-525-1100 We have a brand new option this year for our

Changes to Plastics Recycling

all-natural Roger’s Poultry Turkeys: Deconstructed, or Norman Rockwell (whole)... The idea is simple. White meat and dark meat don’t cook at the same rate, so why not treat them the way they want to be treated? Roast the dark meat until it’s falling-off-the-bone-tender and roast the breast meat just long enough to keep it tender and juicy. When you place your order just let the staff know that you want your turkey deconstructed by Chef Eddie!

Empty Plastic Bottles & Containers

Changes to the specific plastics that China is now willing to accept has sent the international markets for recycleables into a panic. Norton (the company we were using for trash & recycling services, who has since sold to Waste Management) was suddenly unable to find buyers for the types of plastics that used to go to China. The only types of acceptable containers for recycling are items that fit a “bottle, jug, or jar shape.” Want to know more?

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Forest Highlands Catering Services

Currently Recyclable through at FH!

Forest Highlands catering is here for you all year long to organize your special event you. We are prepared to host weddings, holiday parties, office gatherings, house parties or a special occasion dining experience, we can take care of it for you. See what take out platters we have to offer or call Karen to book your date today. See what take out platters we have to offer:

or contact Karen to book your date today. kharting@fhgc.com ● (928) 525-5227 CLICK HERE

Empty Glass Bottles & Jars

Empty Food & Beverage Cans

Lost and Found The Recreation Department has lots of children’s clothing left from the Summer, come by and see if any of it is yours!

Clean Cardboard & Paperboard

Clean Paper

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USE OF TARPS or OTHER COVERS If you choose to cover items on your property, please use material that is clear or dark brown. If you are considering Housewatch, please email Security at gatehouse@fhgc. com. Below is a snapshot of the program: Weekly Housewatch visits include: ● Check security of doors, windows, and locks; ● Check water heater for correct temperature setting; ● Check on or off status of water; ● Check house temperature and heat setting; ● Check for water leaks or storm damage; ● Check alarm transmission ability; ● Exterior perimeter check of structure; ● Perform reasonable special instructions; and ● Notify the homeowner of any discrepancies. CONSIDERING HOUSEWATCH FOR THE WINTER?

ALARM SUGGESTIONS

Subscribe for the Forest Highlands texting service text FHGC to 40691

● Consider having your alarm programmed for auto testing on a daily basis. If an alarm does not report in as programmed, the Security Department receives a “no signal” message from your alarm system; Security will contact the member to report the non- communicating alarm; ● For peace of mind that your alarm is armed (set), consider having your alarm programed to provide an “open/closed” signal. When such option is arrange, a member can request Security query the alarm monitoring system to determine if your alarm system is armed, aka, “closed” signal; ● NOTE: Alarm communication auto testing and the open/ closed signal option, has to be programmed by your alarm company; and ● If you have questions about alarms, our in-house go to person is Joe Gordon and he can be contacted via email, jgordon@ fhgc.com or the Gatehouse, (928) 525-9090

ROAD CONDITIONS & WEATHER FOR FLAGSTAFF While Security monitors and provides road conditions for Forest Highlands, it is difficult to keep up on highways/ interstates conditions leading to Flagstaff. If you are not aware of road and weather conditions, below are a few resources to help with road conditions and weather forecasts: Arizona road conditions can be obtained by calling 511 or the internet, az511.gov/traffic National Weather Service visitweather.gov/flagstaff

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SIGN-UP FOR EMERGENCY ALERTS IN ORDER TO STAY INFORMED IN YOUR LOCAL AREA.

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Congratulations to our Forest Highlands Members who represented at the 2018 Board of Governors Cup!

2018 Board of Governors Cup Results Sunday, October 14th&Monday, October 15th Medinah Country Club

1st Place Team - 142 Forest Highlands Golf Club Brad Baumgardner

Kevin Smith Rick Grayson Travis Hair

2nd Place Team - 144 Bellerive Country Club RickWalsh Kevin Travers

Rick Meyer Allan Curtis

2018 Men’s Scratch Results Winner: OJ Hibbert Runner Up: Phil Svanoe Men’s Net Winner: Dean Griffin Runner Up: Jack Millett Men’s Team: Winners: Pat Sullivan & Rick Grayson Runners up: Jack Millett & Ty Borman Congratulations!

REMINDER Credit book will expire on Monday, December 31, 2018 Call Cathy Hirko to order apparel and accesories just in time for the holidays! 928-525-5271

REMINDER Canyon Course will close Sunday, October 28 Meadow Course will be OPEN through November 4!

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Nicole Chamber, Director of Tennis

It is the time of year, where I reflect on our season, wanting to know what we didwell and howwe can make improvements. I will need your help with that! Please look out for our season ending survey and let us know how we can make your visit to tennis and pickleball, all that you want it to be and more. Congratulations to our Octoberfest

From the Director of Tennis, Nicole Chambers USPTA Elite Professional

As I look outside the Pro Shop, the snow is falling earlier and heavier than we have ever experienced before. Thankfully it won’t stick this early, which means our courts will be ready for tennis and pickleball fall play in the weeks to come. Kurt Martin, Director crew, will keep the courts blown and ready each weekend during the month of November. Please take advantage of this service and enjoy all that Forest Highlands and Flagstaff has to offer this time of year. If we have a mild winter, please let Kurt know when you would like to use the facilities and he will be sure to get them ready. of Recreation and his maintenance

Thank you to everyone that

Mixer winners, Betty Phillips and her partner, Ann H a r w o o d . We had

made 2018 another memorable year for all of us at tennis!

an excellent morning of tennis with a full house.

Members and guests had a chance to serve for prizes and with our new scoring system, everyone had a shot at the grand prize.

TENNIS LESSONS

UPCOMING EVENT:

Nicole is still available for private lessons. Wednesday - Sunday Call to book: 928-525-5225.

TURKEY TROT DOUBLES MIXER Saturday, November 24 11:00am – 2:00pm Cost: $20 members/$30 guests

This fun filled morning of tennis will give you plenty of chances to “turnip” the heat and “squash” your opponents,

while working off some calories from the stuffing! Partners will be drawn, handicaps will apply, a day of fun for all! Register by November 16th.

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Concierge Services

SNOW REMOVAL

SIGNUP FOR SNOW REMOVAL & PROGRAM DETAILS CLICK HERE

RENTALS

MORE SERVICES: • Shuttle Services • Catering/Party Planning • Tutoring • Babysitting • Dog Walking - $15/walk. • Dog Sitting • House Cleaning • Yard Work • Car Washing • While You’re Away • A Hand Around the House • Mobile Grooming Services Terms and conditions apply. Various fees applicable. All Requests should be made 24 hours in advance. For those requests that are asked and met under the 24 hour mark, will be charged a “Day of” fee of $15. • Companion Care • Personal Stylist • Tech Services • Grill Cleaning • Treadmill Servicing

Stop by the Recreation Department for items you can use (fees apply on some items) • Basketballs • Snow Shoes • Sleds • Snow Shovels

HOURS OF OPERATION

DECEMBER Recreation Events Preview Kid’s New Year’s Eve Party 4 and up! 6pm-12:30am Pinecone Kid’s Center Price: $65 Let’s ring in the New Year with all of our best friends! Join us for the New Year’s Eve Kids Party where there will be goodies bags, ice cream sundaes, hide and go seek throughout the clubhouse, the New Year’s countdown and much MORE! Register for this event by calling the Recreation Department or on the online calendar! NYE Shuttles to Downtown December 31 Meet at Meadow Clubhouse 7pm-1:30am

Family Recreation Center Sunday-Thursday 8am-5pm Friday-Saturday 8am-8pm Aspen Recreation Center Sunday-Thursday 9am-5pm Friday-Saturday 9am-8pm Pinecone Kids Center

Sunday-Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm Friday-Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm Steam Rooms Daily 6:00am-8:00pm Located downstairs in the Meadow locker rooms & infused with eucalyptus oil! Meadow and Canyon Pool Closed for the season Jacuzzi 8am-6pm Daily The Thermal cover will remain on to conserve heat, please feel free to remove it or ask a recreation staff for assistance.

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~RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR ALL EVENTS ~ Children 2-3 Years old may participate in recreation programs ONLY if they are accompanied by a Counselor in Training (C.I.T.) and are potty trained. For more information or a list of eligible C.I.T.’s call the Recreation Center at 928-525-9792.

24 Hour Advance Registration Required for All Events/services

FAMILY PROGRAMS Gingerbread House Making Thursday, November 22 Family Event! 10:00am - Noon Recreation Center Price: $20 Start Thanksgiving off right with an event filled with candy, creativity and great company! All ages welcome! Gingerbread houses and candy provided. You just bring the FUN! Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament Friday November 23 Family Event! All ages welcome! Noon at the Sports Park Price: $10

Single Day Camp - $40 Package & Guest Pricing for camps can be found in the Calendar of Events

Kid’s Camp Saturdays 10:00am - 3:00pm Began September 8

Ages: 4-6 and 2 & 3 y/o with a CIT Location: Pinecone Kids Room

CLICK HERE

Bring the whole family for this slightly competitive mostly fun tournament and run off all that turkey!

2 nd Annual North Pole Experience Event Saturday, November 24 Family Event! All ages welcome!

Last year we experienced the magic of Christmas at the North Pole Experience with our closest family and friends, and this year we are bringing it back for the second year! Join us for our 2nd Annual North Pole Experience event and let’s take a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa and his elves, help them make presents for good little boys and girls all over the world, and warm up with some hot cocoa and cookies. Children and parents are encouraged to dress in pajamas with boots or shoes, a jacket, gloves and a hat or Christmas outfits. Please register by calling the Recreation Department! Cost: $52 for adults and $45 for kids. (Spots are limited. Price includes 20% loyalty coupon)

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Dining Winter Hours of Operation Abundant winter activities and Forest Highlands dining make Flagstaff your winter destination! Following a fantastic summer season, the Meadow Clubhouse will continue to be open weekends all fall and winter. Chef Eddie and Chef Fred look forward to introducing new culinary delights, while keeping your favorites on the menu. Our professional staff will be on hand to serve up a glass of wine to enjoy at the bar, or a hot chocolate while sitting by the fire. We also continue our Sunday tradition of bottomless mimosas and signature brunch classics! We ask that you continue to make dining reservations so that our staff may best serve you. We fully embrace our commitment to our members all year long, and we look forward to seeing you! Call the Meadow at 928-525- 5205 or visit us online to make a reservation.

MEADOW HOURS OF OPERATION

Dinner 5:30 - 8:00pm Dinner 5:30 - 8:00pm

FRIDAY

Lunch 11:00am - 3:00pm

SATURDAY

Brunch 9:00am - 2:00pm

SUNDAY

The Meadow will be closed for a wedding on Saturday, November 3 . We have moved lunch & dinner service to the Canyon Clubhouse this day. HOURS CHANGES

PASTABILITIES Friday, November 23 Meadow Clubhouse 5:00 - 8:00pm

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see menu

To-Go Thanksgiving Thursday, November 22 Canyon Clubhouse

Made toorderPastadishes, house made pizzas and fresh Garden Salads…Pastabilities is back… A very special evening featuring Chef Eddie’s famous Mexican Hot Chocolate, a full Hot Chocolate Bar including fresh bowls of whipped cream, cinnamon sticks, mini marshmallows with a little something for the grown- ups! Santa Claus will also be there to officially kick off the holiday season. Call the Meadow at 928-525-5205

Pick-ups times: 11:00 - 4:00pm When you want a gourmet dinner, without the gourmet work! Allow Forest Highlands to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner for you and your family. We will prepare an all-natural Rogers Poultry turkey with delicious sides! NEW THIS YEAR! Get your turkey “deconstructed” Find out what that means here: Please call the Canyon Clubhouse (928) 525-1100 BEFORE Sunday, November 16 to reserve your Thanksgiving feast. CLICK HERE

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*CANCELLATION POLICY

● All Special Events will be charged a 50% cancellation fee if canceled less than 24 hours before the event.” ● No show fee for not cancelling a reservation.

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We ask that you continue to make reservations for dining and all events throughout the fall and winter season. This allows our staff to better prepare for the event so that they can offer the best possible service. A reservation does more than guarantee that you have a table for the evening when you arrive. By making a reservation, the culinary team will have a better idea of a the number of people to prepare for, and the service team will have the restaurant properly staff, thus making sure you have an exceptional dining experience. Reservations can be made 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the FHGC website or the Meadow at (928) 525-5205 for reservations. RESERVATION REMINDER Monday, December 31 | Meadow Clubhouse │ 6:00 - 9:00pm Ring in the New Year with this annual event featuring a cup of cheer for a HAPPY NEW YEAR! We follow up dinner with shuttle service downtown for Flagstaff’s annual: The Great Pine Cone Drop! Dinner Reservations: Dinner Menu: CLICK HERE CLICK HERE Friday, December 14 Meadow Clubhouse │ 11:00am - 2:00pm This is a great opportunity to show friends, co-workers, friends and family our beautiful Meadow Clubhouse! Join us for a very special Holiday Luncheon at the Meadow featuring a special holiday menu. This event is popular for office parties and annual gathering of friends. Adults - $28.95++ Kids - $14.95 ++ Reservations: CLICK HERE Holiday Luncheon Monday, December 24 | Canyon Clubhouse │ Pickups: 11am - 4pm Enjoy the festive season and family time this Christmas and let the culinary team at Forest Highlands prepare your holiday feast! Pre-cooked and packaged in oven-safe containers with instructions for reheating. Pick-ups occur every 15 minutes at the Canyon Clubhouse Please call the Canyon Clubhouse before December 17th to place your order: 928-525-1100 Menu: . . . Christmas Eve Dinner To-Go CLICK HERE

Thursday, December 27 Meadow Clubhouse One Seating at 6:00pm Gather the family and join us for a Forest Highlands Holiday Treat! The Dicken’s Dinner features a traditional Christmas feast with all of the fixings. Arizona Deseret Choir will be back to perform some holiday classics…which are sure to get you into the holiday spirit. A memorable time for the whole family! $44++/ Person

Reservations:

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Menu:

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January 1, 2019 New Year’s Day Holiday Brunch SAVE THE DATES February 15, 2019 Weekend Valentine’s Specials March 17, 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Specials

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Neighborhood Update

As the season winds down in Forest Highlands, Forest Highlands Realty picks up the pace with nearly $9 million in sales in the months of September and October

Address

Listing Agent

List Price

Status

Forest Highlands Realty $1,795,000 Under Contract Forest Highlands Realty $1,495,000 Under Contract Forest Highlands Realty $1,395,000 Under Contract Forest Highlands Realty $1,345,000 Under Contract

740 - 1913 Bessie Kidd Best 750 – 1788 Doc Fronske 854- 1375 Andrew Douglass 765 – 2695 Pete Berry 368 - 4429 Griffiths Spring 224 – 2605 Bucky O’Neil 645 – 2319 Link Smith 723 - 1916 Bessie Kidd Best

Forest Highlands Realty $850,000 Forest Highlands Realty $130,000 Forest Highlands Realty $89,500

Under Contract Under Contract Under Contract

Forest Highlands Realty $1,599,000 Under Contract

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ALL SALES IN FOREST HIGHLANDS YEAR-TO-DATE FOREST HIGHLANDS REALTY NEIGHBORHOOD UPDATE

Address

Listing Agent

Selling Agent

Close Date Price

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

640-2374 Link Smith 562-2122 Platt Cline 114-3787 Bear Howard 705-1731 Jim Simmons 563-2130 Platt Cline 484-2555 Lindberg Spring 430-2030 William Palmer 119-3740 Bear Howard 596-2154 Funston

1/2/2018 1/5/2018

$1,150,000 $480,000 $825,000 $275,000 $420,000 $415,000 $1,250,000 $1,200,000 $605,500 $620,000 $1,500,000 $479,000 $1,475,000 $1,800,000 $1,372,000 $490,000 $695,000 $549,900 $720,000 $578,500 $710,000 $790,000 $731,152 $1,950,000 $400,000 $740,000 $2,170,000 $1,125,000 $785,000 $1,050,000 $900,000 $85,000

Forest Highlands Realty Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Re/Max Peak Properties

AZ Wide Realty

Re/Max Peak Properties 1/17/2018

Non MLS Member

1/30/2018 2/27/2018 3/9/2018 3/28/2018 3/30/2018 4/10/2018 4/18/2018 4/27/2018 5/15/2018 5/15/2018 6/08/2018 6/11/2018 6/18/2018 6/22/2018 7/02/2018 7/02/2018 7/11/2018 8/15/2018 8/27/2018 8/30/2018 9/04/2018 9/06/2018 9/06/2018 9/20/2018 9/28/2018 10/02/2018 10/12/2018 10/15/2018 10/19/2018

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Forest Highlands Realty

Homesmart

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Realty Executives Russ Lyon Sothebys

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

89-2233 Sedgwick

Forest Highlands Realty

715-2156 Bessie Kidd Best 548-2312 Tom McMillan

Re/Max Fine Properties

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

354-3510 Lee Doyle

803-2782 Andrew Douglass 746-2009 Bessie Kidd Best 554-2253 Tom McMillan 625-2216 Dad Hawks 220-2705 Bucky O’Neil 502-2769 Lindberg Spring 575-2252 Platt Cline 184-2089 Paleo Place 394-2143 Amiel Whipple 278-3486 Doc Raymond 734-1576 Bessie Kidd Best 800-2932 Andrew Douglass 802-2282 Andrew Douglass 801- 2892 Andrew Douglass 162 – 2100 Emma Leslie 288 - 3905 Doc Raymond

Re/Max Fine Properties Re/Max Fine Properties Forest Highlands Realty Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Re/Max Fine Properties

Non MLS Member

Re/Max Fine Properties Caliber Realty Group Forest Highlands Realty

Non MLS Member

Forest Highlands Realty

Realty One Group

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Forest Highlands Realty

Realty One Group

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Realty One Group Non MLS Member Non MLS Member

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Forest Highlands Realty

100 - 2475 Eva Circle

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

716 - 2128 Bessie Kidd Best

Forest Highlands Realty

833 - 2227 Andrew Douglass Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Address

Listing Agent

List Price $629,000 $1,699,000

Status

617 – 2473 William Palmer

Realty Executives

Under Contract Under Contract

869 - 1151 Pete Michelbach Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

We invite you to stop by our office at the gates of Forest Highlands or call us at (928) 556-8606 for up to date information on the latest trends and status of real estate sales in our community.

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NOVEMBER 2018 | VOICE IN THE PINES

Open Daily: 6:00am - 8:00pm

Fitness Calendar November

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

6-9AM BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

V- BARRE INTRO – 15 min (9:00) V - BARRE – 30 min (9:15)

Spin/TRX Bianca

Gentle Yoga Michael

Mat Pilates Kelly

9-10AM

V- BODYPUMP V- BODY FLOW

V- BODY COMBAT

V- RPM SPIN (45 min)

V- RPM SPIN (45 min)

Body Pump w/ Bianca

10:15- 11:15AM

V- BODYPUMP V- BODY COMBAT

V- BODY FLOW

V- BODYPUMP

V -BARRE INTRO – 15 min (12pm) V- BARRE – 30 min (12:15pm)

V - GRIT HIIT CARDIO (30 min) V – CXWORX CORE (30 min)

V- RPM SPIN (45 min)

V- SH’BAM (45 min)

V- RPM SPIN (45 min)

12-1 PM

V- BODY COMBAT V- BODY FLOW

V – GRIT HIIT STRENGTH (30 min)

V - GRIT HIIT CARDIO (30 min)

V- CXWORX CORE (30 min)

V – GRIT HIIT PLYO (30 min)

1:15-1:45

V- BARRE 30 min

V- BARRE 30 min

2-8 PM BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

BOOK A CLASS!

Visit members.fhgc.com/Wellness for a complete description of all classes, and to register online.

FITNESS/SPA CLASS PRICING Fitness Classes

Winter Spa Getaway Packages Start planning ahead and book your Winter Fitness and Spa Getaway now! Perfect for a girls weekend, couples retreat, as a gift, or to celebrate any occasion. Package #1 90 minute massage, 1 hour personalized group fitness class or group personal training, plus 1 hour private Yoga or Stretch class $135 per person (4 or more person rate), $180 per person (2 person rate) Package #2 60 min massage & 60 min facial, training and yoga same as above $170 per person (4 or more person rate) $220 per person (2 person rate)

Spa Services Spa Services continue to be offered in the Winter season! Book a session in one of our spa treatment rooms, or in your home! Availability for massages and facials is by appointment only. We require a minimum 24 hours advance notice for bookings and cancellations.

We are still offering live classes – Yoga at 9am Fridays, Pilates at 9am Saturdays, Spin/TRX at 9am Wednesdays, and Body Pump at 10:15am on Saturdays, as well as wide variety of virtual classes. For more informationcall theFitnessCenter at 928-525-5298.

Dermaplaning (50 min) $100

Virtual Classes 30 min class $5 45-60 min class $8 Live Classes Single class $15 Reformer Classes $35

60 Minutes Treatments — 6 sessions $450 — 1 session $85 90 Minutes Treatments — 12 sessions $1140

— 6 sessions $660 — 1 session $125

Please visit members.fhgc.com/wellness for a complete description of all classes, and to register Online. For more information call the Fitness Center at 928-525-5298

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