VIP December 2018

INTHEPINES

VOLUME 25 ISSUE 11 — DECEMBER 2018

the forest highlands association newsletter

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President 2 General Manager 3 FH Foundation 4 Club News 5

Recreation 12 Realty 14 Fitness 16 Security 17

Dining 18

John DiVall, Board President

An increase in the Regular Monthly Assessment for club operations of $80 has been approved. This is a 9.82% increase over 2018 and is almost all due to increasing labor costs, due to the minimum wage increase in Flagstaff that was approved by voters last month. The increase of $1 this year and future mandated increases, will impact the Association as we compete with businesses in Flagstaff. While the increase technically only impacts our hourly staff, the impact is felt through our entire workforce, as this pushes all wages up. The current Reserve Assessment of $150 per month has NOT been increased for 2019. As we have stated in the past, this amount is not fixed and may change in the future to ensure adequate reserves for replacement of our assets based on our Reserve Study and industry trends. We will continue to break the Regular Assessment into two line items on the monthly member statements. Dues will appear on the monthly statement as “Regular Monthly Assessment-Operations” at $745 per month. and “Regular MonthlyAssessment-Reserves” at $150 per month for a grand total of $895 per month. Forest Highlands continues to clearly be the best private club value in the Flagstaff & valley markets based on the facilities, amenities, and services provided. As a means of comparison, the monthly Assessment of $745 can be divided into the Club Operations portion of $466 and the HOA portion of $279. These amounts fund the upkeep and maintenance of two championship golf courses, two clubhouses, 5 dining outlets, a fitness center, 4 tennis courts, two children’s recreation facilities, two retail golf shops, two swimming pools, a splash pad and hot tub, 26 miles of roads, 3 miles of walking trails, water and wastewater utilities, 10 wells, 24-7 manned security gatehouse, and all of the programs and services that make Forest Highlands the world- class community we love. Thank you again for allowing me to serve as your President over these last two years. On behalf of your Board of Directors, we would like to wish you a wonderful Holiday season and hope that 2019 brings health, happiness and much success to your and your family.

Dear Forest Highlands Members, Happy Holidays! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and as the calendar turns to December, I can honestly say wow, this has been quite a year. Personally, quite a bit of change for my wife and I, becoming empty nesters and starting a new career, but more importantly to all of us, another wonderful year at Forest Highlands is wrapping up. While there were some challenges this year, I think we can all reflect on what a great place Forest Highlands is to share with our families and friends and certainly look forward to 2019! Our golf courses are closed for the winter, but there is still plenty to enjoy at the Club. The Meadow and Family Recreation Center remain open on the weekends and the Flagstaff area is packed with activities through the Winter. As I’m sure you all saw, Flagstaff got well over six inches of snow over the last couple of days! As I reflect back on my last two years as President of the Forest Highlands Association, I can tell you that I’m grateful and humbled for the opportunity to serve such a wonderful community, with my fellow board members and tremendously hard working staff. I believe we have had many successes, mixed with some challenges certainly. I can tell you that your board does it’s level best for our community and I’m looking forward to continuing my board term next year. I am hopeful that the challenges we have faced as a community will pass in the coming weeks, that we can move forward as a community and enjoy the many blessings we have at Forest Highlands. Now for a little business. On November 19th, the Board reviewed and approved the operating budget for 2019 as recommended by the Finance Committee and established the Regular Monthly Assessment (dues) for the upcoming year. As provided in the Declaration of covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Forest Highlands, Section 6.3 of the Regular Assessment is the amount required to cover the Common Expenses for maintaining and operating the community, as well as providing adequate reserves for the replacement of physical assets.

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Bill Griffon, General Manager/COO

A lmost like clockwork, the first major snowstorm of the year hit Thursday night bringing over 6” of snow to Forest Highlands. As it always does, the snow adds a different kind of beauty to the Clubhouses and Golf Courses much like the bright green does in the summer time. I hope that you can come up and enjoy the winter at Forest Highlands. Those of you who have come up over the last few years know, and I would encourage those of you who haven’t, to give it a try. The snow is also a visual reminder that 2018 is coming to a close as we march into December. As we look back on a very successful 2018, we find that the general feedback from our Members throughout the year via the new MemberInsight Survey system and from the year-end survey results have been very positive. We will be looking at the opportunities that you shared with us and using those to formulate part of our season plans for 2019 to address the opportunities and work towards our goal of continuous improvement. We appreciate all of your candid feedback. Our winter season operations are already seeingmuch success. Weekend activity at the Meadow Dining Room has been very strong with an increase in covers compared with the previous two years. Chef Eddie and his team put together an incredible Thanksgiving to-go feast and nearly 50 Members and their families took advantage of leaving the cooking to Eddie. While nothing will ever replace the summer at Forest Highlands, there is much to see and do in the wintertime up North. Speaking of wintertime, please keep an eye out for the Forest Highlands bi-weekly email that will continue to come out every two weeks through the winter.

With Snowbowl, the Snow Play Park at Fort Tuthill, sledding at FH, and the dining rooms open we hope to continue to see you throughout Winter! If you are planning to celebrate a (hopefully) white Christmas in Forest Highlands, Chef Eddie will be preparing a Christmas Eve Dinner to- go prepared just for you and your

family to enjoy. Complete with heating instructions and oven- safe containers. Those who had Thanksgiving to-go know just how easy and tasty our meal preparation is! December is a time to

There is much to see and do in the wintertime up North!

celebrate with loved ones. Whether you will be here with us at Forest Highlands, at your home in the valley, visiting friends, or in some far-off destination I wish you and your family a very joyous holiday season and a very prosperous new year. See you around the Club.

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In 2018 Forest Highlands Foundation awarded a total of $200,800 to 27 local non-profit organizations.* Donations primarily support social service organizations in Flagstaff that are well-vetted and long-established, because we believe in supporting what works. Below are the 2018 Grant Highlights. HEALTH CARE 37%

Friends and Neighbors, Recently, the Forest Highlands Foundation sent you our annual fundraising brochure. If you haven’t already responded, please take another look. We are an all-volunteer group of Forest Highlands members working to make a difference for needy neighbors in Flagstaff. We can’t be successful without your help. At this time of year, I know that you are getting mail from many organizations asking for your donations. PLEASE, take another look at the Forest Highlands Foundation. We are working hard to earn your support. A gift of any size makes a difference and has a profound impact on our work. If our brochure isn’t at hand, you can visit our website: foresthighlandsfoundation.org to make your contribution. Become a 2019 Foundation member, and help us show Flagstaff that Forest Highlands is a caring and generous neighbor. For the 24 % of the Flagstaff population who live below the poverty line, housing, food, and healthcare can be challenging issues. With your generous contributions, we can help vulnerable people meet their basic needs. We can provide educational opportunities that would otherwise be unavailable for underprivileged children. We can empower families to build more productive futures. We have ambitious plans for 2019 as we prepare to revive our popular Bearfoot in the Pines Dinner/ Auction, celebrate our 20th Anniversary, and achieve the milestone of $5 millon in community contributions. We need your support to make 2019 a banner year for the Foundation and to offer better tomorrows for neighbors in need. Please make the Forest Highlands Foundation a part of your end-of-year giving plans. On behalf of the Forest Highlands Foundation, I extend to you and your families our best wishes for a joyful holiday season. John Rivers, Chairman Forest Highlands Foundation

$22,500: For the continuation of free medical services to the working poor and indigent. Funds will pay for primary care as well as care for acute and chronic illness in this population. SOCIAL SERVICE

29%

$25,000: For hunger relief services that provide thousands of meals monthly to people

experiencing food insecurity. The funds are used to provide daily hot meals at the Center in collaboration with Flagstaff Shelter Services, emergency food box distribution for families and provision of food resources to other Flagstaff non-profits.

VICTIM SERVICE

19%

$15,000: For support of a 24 bed shelter for women and children, including runaway children, who are victims of domestic violence. Crisis counseling is provided on site.

EDUCATION/YOUTH

15%

* A complete listing of 2018 grant awards maybe found at foresthighlandsfoundation.org Established in 1992, The Literacy Center is the only privately funded adult literacy and education organization in Northern Arizona. Thanks in large part to you, each year we deliver more than 6000 hours of instruction through our programs, serving 250-300 adults, teens, and families. $6,100: For literacy instruction to female inmates of Coconino County Jail in order to reduce recidivism by improving job skills and increasing feelings of self-worth.

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DREW ANNAN’S RETIREMENT

O ur Director of Agronomy and Drew Annan, announced his retirement after 30 years of faithful service to Forest Highlands. When he was hired by Jim Bartlett in 1988, shortly after the opening of the Canyon course, Drew was in his late 20’s, a relative youngster put in charge of what would soon become a Golf Digest Top 100 golf course. His dedication to his craft and his love for Forest Highlands did not waiver for 30 more years. On October 5 over 100 members attended a celebration of Drew’s service to the club and witnessed his emotional farewell. His wife, Beth, and his mother, Maryanne, were in attendance and saw the unveiling of a plaque dedicating the Sportspark as “The Drew Annan Sportspark.” Drew and Beth are building their dream home in Swan Valley, Idaho, on the banks of the Snake River near the Wyoming border, where they will settle following Drew’s last day with us at the end of January. We wish them both a happy and healthy retirement. Community Services,

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Credit Card Payment System Upgrade A positive change is coming to the online member statement payment feature. We are moving to a new payments platform that will provide additional features and options making it even easier to pay your member statement using a credit card. Below is a side-by-side comparison between the existing platform and the new platform. The new features will take effect on or before January 31, 2019. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Administrative Office at 928-525-9014. OLD NEW

Development Standards Update! Reminder! Any work to the outside of a home including but not limited to paint, roofing, landscaping must have DRC approval prior to beginning work. Please download a copy of the Development Standards prior to starting. You can also find the Application Forms, most recent Standards and more on the members. fhgc.com website under HOA > Design Review Included in this Development Standards update is section 4.13 covering ziplines.

• Secondary Login • Member # Entry Required • Account balance manually entered

• Automatic Login from Members.fhgc.com • Account balance automatically carries over • Ability to do future dated payments • Ability to save CC information • Recurring Payments

• One time payments only • CC information entered manually each time • No recurring payments

Alarm Monitoring Rule Update

Prepaid Dues Notification The Board of Directors has approved the continuation of the Prepaid Regular Assessment program for 2019. The prepayment program offers the convenience of paying your monthly assessment for the entire year in advance. This program has provided needed cash flow for the Association, and has been helpful for members in avoiding late fees and the convenience of writing one annual check. Additionally, the Board of Directors approved the continuation of the Guest Token Incentive Program to encourage members to prepay their dues. What is the Guest Token Incentive Program? Members who prepay their annual assessment receive four Guest Token credits posted to your Credit Book, which can be redeemed for four complimentary guest rounds of golf, a value of up to $676.00! Simply notify the Golf staff at the time you want to use one of your Guest Token credits.

For the protection, safety and welfare of the Membership and our most valuable asset; our community, all home alarm, gas and fire detection monitoring shall be done by the Forest Highlands Security department. The Alarm Monitoring Program fee is charged to each member account. Disconnection of an active means of communicating alarm signals to the Security Department is subject to violation procedures.

Full Rule Verbiage:

For Details and Instructions to Prepay

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BY THE NUMBERS

TURKEY 1,200#

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS!

MASHED TATERS 250#

Jerry & Coral Weinberg 2695 Pete Berry Craig Curtis 2319 Link Smith Jim & Carol Harris 1151 Pete Michelbach Paul & Claudia Paparella 1542 Bessie Kidd Best Jordan & Shannon Janis 2605 Bucky O’Neil Eric & Kelly Guziejka 1788 Doc Fronske Greg & Denise Gramm 1375 Andrew Douglass

Gravy 20 Gallons

Green Beans 75#

Sweet Potato 200#

Stuffing 150#

100 Pies

IN AND AROUND FLAG

Flagstaff Events Calendar

What’s happening in Flagstaff. view flyer

Friday, December 7 for details

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FH EDUCATION & AMATEUR GOLF ORGANIZATION

TAX-DEDUCTIBLE

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 to FHEAGO to support our upcoming USGA Event. More info: members.fhgc.com/Member-Central and scroll all the way to the bottom Want to Donate?

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Arizona Snowbowl Is Open!

With daily lift service, six available lifts and plenty of trails to choose from with more snow on the way it’s a great way to spend a weekend in the high country! Don’t miss Forest Highlands’ Saturday Snowbowl Shuttle! Call Recreation to book 928-525-9792

Changes to Plastics Recycling

Empty Plastic Bottles & Containers

Forest Highlands Catering is here for you this Winter. Having a cozy night in? Allow our culinary team to prepare your dinner, side dishes, hors d’oeuvres or desserts. Food drop off service is available , or hire the catering team to come in to cook and serve on site! Our Canyon Dining Room is available for intimate parties, and the Clubroom can host larger parties. Please allow sufficient notice for all catering events! We look forward to serving you! kharting@fhgc.com • 928-525-5227 Forest Highlands Catering Services

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?

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!

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Currently Recyclable through at FH!

Pine Needle Pickup Through the winter months our regularly scheduled pine needle pickups will be put on hold. If you require a pine needle pickup service during the next few months (until April) to schedule a pickup please contact: Victoria White, Administrative Assistant Forest Highlands Public Works Phone: 928-525-5244 Email: vwhite@fhgc.com

Empty Glass Bottles & Jars

Empty Food & Beverage Cans

Clean Cardboard & Paperboard

Clean Paper

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Recreation January Events Preview 24 Hour Registration Required Craft & Movie Night Fridays 6:00-9:00pm Pinecone Kids Center Age: 2 and up Cost: $25 (Dinner Included) January 4: Firework Art and Kung Fu Panda January 11: DIY Floam and “Meet the Robinsons” January 18: Crayon Candles and Captain Underpants January 25: Lava Lamps & Cars 3 Pajama Jam Saturdays 6:00-9:00pm Pinecone Kids Center Age: 2 and up Cost: $25 (Dinner Included)

The Recreation Department has adopted a family in need this Holiday Season! Please join us in donating to a family in need this winter by purchasing requested items for our family of 7! Please call the Rec Center at 928-525-9792 if you are interested in finding out how you can help. All

items must be delivered to the Rec Center by December 14th. We have a group of elves (children) who will help us wrap these items at our Wrapping Party on December 15th.

Winter Golf Rules: • Walking is permitted with pull carts (golf carts unavailable) • Members may bring only one guest • Par three tees are not to be used (to aid in divot repair) • Maintenance operations have the right of way • There are no trash receptacles, water fountains, or open bathrooms on the course • Please keep off frosted or frozen areas, especially greens and tees • Practice facilities are closed • Please be careful as many greens will be roped off with barbed wire to discourage elk

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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What the members are saying...

Excellent! Patricia is wonderful!! Spa

Excellent Service Concierge

My experience with Security... very reliable.

Well maintained, nice facilities and a wonderful quiet place to live. Much better now that you have addressed the rental situation...

Score: 10 “People & Execution”

Food and service.

Always friendly and willing to help.

We love living here. It is beautiful and well-run.

Because of the way the golf courses, restaurants, grounds and fitness center are maintained and operated. The restaurant food this year is the best in our 20 years at Forest Highlands.

FH offers the best high country second home experience in AZ. Delighted with recent improvements in F&B and associated elevated vibe of Club.

I enjoy workout classes and the personal training. Fitness

Chef Eddie and his team are producing great food.

Great Place!

We have been at FH for almost 19 years and it has been a great place for our 4 girls growing up. Now our 6 grandkids.

Excellent service and great food.

Great service when I got locked out of my house.

Love FH Dining

Outstanding Club in all aspects. Great golf, great food and a wonderful staff.

Score: 10 “History and Memories”

Security

Dining

Golf

Recreation

Forest Highlands

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Concierge Services

SNOW REMOVAL

REQUEST ONE-TIME SNOW REMOVAL APPOINTMENT 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

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

Shuttles to Snowbowl Saturdays Time determined by reservations Meet at the Meadow Clubhouse The Winter Season is upon us! With Snowbowl opening we are beginning our Saturday Shuttles to Snowbowl! Take the hassle out of travelling up the mountain and let us do the driving. Shuttles must be requested at least 72 hours in advance to ensure availability. Shuttles limited daily! Book now to reserve you shuttle up to the slopes!

Closed for the season Jacuzzi OPEN DAILY 8am-6pm

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The Thermal cover will remain on to conserve heat, please feel free to remove it or ask a recreation staff for assistance.

MORE INFO

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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

Special Recreation Events Pancakes & Pajamas Thursday, December 27 (coincides Dicken’s Dinner) 6:00 - 9:00pm Join us for the classic breakfast for dinner combo of pancakes & pajamas! The perfect pair to warm our bellies and our hearts! Kid’s New Year’s Eve Party Monday, December 31 4 and up! 6:00pm-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 Monday, December 31 Meet at Meadow Clubhouse 7:00pm-1:30am The LAST departing shuttle from downtown will be leaving the drop off location at 1:30am. Price: $10 per person per way

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

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

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

Pajama Jam Saturdays 6:00-9:00pm Pinecone Kids Center Age: 2 and up

Cost: $25 (Dinner Included) December 1 : Popcorn bar & Ornament Making December 8: Ugly Sweater Party! Bring your own sweater to decorate, and we’ll provide the paint & supplies! December 15 : Wrapping Party for our Adopted Family. December 22 : Christmas Cookie Decorating, Hot Cocoa Bar, & a Christmas Light Tour! December 29 : Snow Glow Party! DRESS WARM and celebrate the snow with glow in the dark sledding!

Craft & Movie Night Fridays 6:00-9:00pm Pinecone Kids Center Age: 2 and up Cost: $25 (Dinner Included) December 7 : Elf Hats and “Elf” December 14: The Grinch Growing Heart Craft & “The Grinch” December 21 : Jingle Bell Necklaces and “The Polar Express” December 28 : New Year’s Confetti Poppers and “A Wrinkle in Time”

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November was... Forest Highlands Realty’s biggest month of the year! With 9 closings totaling over $10 Million in Sales Neighborhood Update

CLOSINGS SINCE LAST PUBLICATION:

Address

Listing Agent

Selling Agent

Close Date Price

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

740 - 1913 Bessie Kidd Best 368 - 4429 Griffiths Spring

10/26/18 $1,725,000 11/02/18 $782,500 11/02/18 $1,230,000 11/05/18 $70,000 11/05/18 $1,350,000 11/09/18 $2,910,000 11/09/18 $110,000 11/14/18 $1,350,000 11/15/18 $1,285,000 11/16/18 $1,400,000

765 – 2695 Pete Berry 645 – 2319 Link Smith

Forest Highlands Realty

National Realty

Forest Highlands Realty

869 -1151 Pete Michelbach Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

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

735 – 1542 Bessie Kid Best 224 – 2605 Bucky O’Neil 750 – 1788 Doc Fronske 854- 1375 Andrew Douglass 723 - 1916 Bessie Kidd Best

Forest Highlands Realty Realty One

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ALL PREVIOUS 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

Status

617 – 2473 William Palmer

Realty Executives

Under Contract Under Contract

404 – 2182 Amiel Whipple Caliber Realty

$595,000

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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Fitness Center Open Daily: 6:00am - 8:00pm Fitness Calendar DECEMBER

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6-9AM BOOK A CLASS!

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

Spin/TRX Live with Bianca

Mat Pilates Live with Kelly Body Pump Live with Bianca V- BARRE INTRO – 15 min (9:00) V - BARRE – 30 min

Gentle Yoga Live with Michael

9-10AM

V- BODY COMBAT

V- BODYPUMP

V- BODY FLOW

10:15- 11:15AM

V- RPM SPIN (45 min)

V- RPM SPIN (45 min)

V- BODYPUMP

V- BODY COMBAT

V- BODY FLOW

V- BODYPUMP

V - GRIT HIIT CARDIO (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

1:15-1:45 V – GRIT HIIT STRENGTH (30 min)

V – CXWORX CORE (30 min)

V - GRIT HIIT CARDIO (30 min)

V- CXWORX CORE (30 min)

V – GRITHIIT PLYO (30 min)

V- BARRE 30 min

V- BARRE 30 min

2-8 PM

BOOK A CLASS!

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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. Dermaplaning (50 min) $100 60 Minutes Treatments

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 a complete description of all classes, and to register online go to fhgc.com. Live Classes Single class $15 Reformer Classes $35 PERSONAL TRAINING Bianca is available all winter! Whether you want to tone up those legs for ski season, stay fit for Golf next season, or just keep those holiday pounds off, she’s here to help!

— 12 Sessions $780 — 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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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 REMINDER

Subscribe for the Forest Highlands texting service text FHGC to 40691

DANGER: ICE ON PONDS Please do not ice skate or walk on golf course ponds that have ice. Recently there have been children playing on iced over ponds. For the safety of the community, it is important to keep your home alarm communicating with the Gatehouse during the winter season. This is accomplished by maintaining your means of alarm communication which all home owners have established via landline, internet or cell phone service. If you would like to discuss the HOA requirement for continuous alarm monitoring, please contact Jim Barquin at Security, jbarquin@fhgc.com.

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

EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

CALL 911 Security monitors 911 dispatches and responds to emergencies for the purpose of supporting first responders AND members/guest/employees if you have questions: Gatehouse: 928-525-9090 Gatehouse@fhg.com

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MEADOW HOURS OF OPERATION Clubhouse will be decorated for the Holidays December 1st.

Dining Winter Hours of Operation The Meadow Clubhouse will be open throughout the Winter Season. Come and sit at our massive bar and watch your favorite football game or sit in the dining room and enjoy our wood-burning fireplace. Chefs Eddie Matney & Frederick Miller will have a NEW creative menu available every weekend. Don’t forget to also join us on Sundays morning for our bottomless mimosas and our exceptional brunch menu.

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

FRIDAY

Lunch 11:00am - 3:00pm

SATURDAY

Brunch 9:00am - 2:00pm

SUNDAY

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. $39++ per person 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 Christmas Eve Dinner To-Go

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 the fixings. Arizona Deseret Choir will to perform some holiday classics…which are sure to get you into the holiday spirit. A memorable time for the whole family! $44++/ Person

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!

When you plan to dine at the club please make reservations!

• No Dining Services are available December 24 or 25 so our staff may celebrate the holidays with family. • The Meadow will be closed for a wedding on Saturday, January 5th.

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