VIP November 2019


the forest highlands association newsletter

Fitness. .................. 12 Recreation. ............ 13 Dining..................... 16 Realty..................... 18

Security.................... 9 Tennis..................... 10 Golf......................... 11

GM............................ 2 Foundation. ............. 3 Club News................ 4

ideas and programs you would like to see for the 2020 Season. Links to the surveys can be found on the Member Central page of the Member website. The final results of the U.S. Women’s Mid- Amateur have been completed. After all of the donations, revenues, and expenses were tallied and accounted for, the event resulted in a very slight positive Net Income of $258.92. The event generated $250,693.85 in revenue through a combination of contributions, merchandise sales, food and beverage sales, and in-kind donations. Expenses totaled $250,434.93 related to volunteers, hospitality, facilities and course maintenance, player amenities, labor and transportation costs. We anticipate this net income will increase slightly by year-end as we still have a few items of Mid-Am logo merchandise for sale in the Meadow golf shop. You can review the financial summary for more detail by clicking on this link . We have received numerous thank you cards from the players and USGA officials for hosting such a well-run event and for making everyone feel so welcome. A sincere thank you to all of the Members who donated either time or money, or both, to make this event the success that it was – we could not have done it without your support. This issue of the Voice contains a full preview of the wonderful holiday events we have planned during the Winter Season at Forest Highlands. Be sure to mark your calendar now to attend our New Year’s Eve Gala on Tuesday, December 31 and ring in 2020 at your paradise in the wintry pines! I have many blessings that I am grateful for this year and I wish you all a very blessed Thanksgiving holiday. Patty Ashbrook, MBA, CCM General Manager / COO

Patty Ashbrook, General Manager

As the 2019 Summer Season officially comes to a close, I want to take a moment to thank all of the Members and Staff for the warm and welcoming reception you have given to me in my first season as your General Manager. It has been an honor and a delight to take on this responsibility and I have truly enjoyed every moment. It has been a great experience meeting so many of you at the Friday night Cooldowns, at dinner in the Canyon or Meadow dining rooms, at the holiday BBQ events, and especially at the Coffee with the GM gatherings. While the majority of Members are now back at your winter residences, I hope that you will take some time to come up to the snow country over the winter and enjoy the many activities and events that we have planned. If I don’t see you this winter, I look forward to seeing you again next summer and I promise to do my best at remembering everyone’s names! Congratulations to the three newly elected Board Members: Mike Cahill, Joc Jacquay and Todd Weber. Their terms will begin January 1 and we look forward to working with you in the coming years and benefitting from your knowledge and experience. Our three outgoing Board Members, John DiVall, Bob Scott and Curt Smith deserve a heartfelt thank you and deep appreciation for each of their six years spent on the Board governing and directing the strategic vision of the Club. Your dedication to improving Forest Highlands on behalf of the Membership is commendable. A quick reminder that the annual Season End Department Surveys were emailed out at the end of September. If you haven’t filled them out yet, we encourage you to take a few moments and provide us with your constructive responses and suggestions so we can make appropriate changes to our operation and implement new


Be on the Lookout for the year end... As most of you know, the Forest Highlands Foundation had a very successful year. We surpassed our fundraising goals for the year and have now donated more than $5 million to various nonprofits in the Flagstaff area over the last 20 years. Crossing this important threshold in 2019 was made possible by your generosity which raised more than $300,000 so far this year. More important than money, however, are the lives of our Flagstaff neighbors that will be improved dramatically because of your desire to offer a hand up to those in need. This is the real impact of what we do through the Forest Highlands Foundation. We link the generosity of our neighbors with the needs of vulnerable citizens in the Flagstaff community. Be proud of the fact that you are making a real difference in this community. The actual recipient organizations were publicly announced a few weeks ago. The annual report of the Foundation will be posted on the Foundation website within the next couple of weeks, specifying the names of the organizations who are receiving grants from us as well as the amounts of each grant. This way, all Forest Highlands members will be able to see firsthand where their resources are being directed.

Be on the lookout for our year end fundraising drive which occurs late in the Fall. This will be our final fundraising event of the year and has been quite successful in previous years. This will arrive in the form of a letter you will receive at your home address of record. Once again, thank you so much for your generosity this year. You have made possible important contributions toward improving the lives of our Flagstaff neighbors!

John Rivers Board Chair Forest Highlands Foundation

Interested? Want to get involved? Contact Vicki Svoboda



Things to Do in Flagstaff...

Annual Member Surveys

We request your feedback on the 2019 summer season!

Club Photography Click Below or logon to


WhattheMembers are saying...

Flagstaff offers nothing like it.

Always taken good care of my house in the winter... Phil was here quickly and solved the problem. Thank you!

It is paradise!

Great atmosphere. The food and service were both excellent.

Outstanding facilities and staff. A very welcoming place!

I like the people at concierge services. They are friendly and reliable. ~Concierge

The food was good. My wild mushroom side dish was really good. My filet was perfectly prepared. Service was friendly and efficient. It was a really nice dinner.


Excellent personnel. Golf courses best in state

Food is consistently tasty and the selection is creative.


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GLOSSARY : Members

Guest Authorization Pol icy

IMPORTANT: Beginning November 1, 2019 Guest Authorization is free during the winter season. Based on member feedback and useage of guests a fee may be reinstated beginning in May of 2020. Center, Locker Rooms, Pools, Tennis Facility, Tennis Programs, Dining and all other Common areas. Authorized Guests All individuals who are not members; not currently renting a home; that a member would like to authorize for unaccompanied facilities access. Unaccompanied NOT in the physical presence of a member. Facilities Fitness Center, Snackbars, Parks, Recreation Programs, Recreation The Primary Designated Member, their Spouse/Domestic Partner, Child or Grandchild under the age of 25, per section 3.2.3 of the CC&R’s. As per that same section the Board of Directors may approve other such persons from time to time. In Section 5.16 of the Rules, Information and fees: “Members’ grandchildren under 25 years of age may use the golf course and Clubhouse Facilities (as long as they are included on the Membership account. Contact Administration to add Grandchildren.

Who needs a Guest Authorization? • If yo ur guest(s) are planning to use the Forest Highlands facilities unaccompanied they need to be authorized by a member. Guest Rules ( Without a Guest Authorization) • May play golf in accordance with Section 5.2 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. • Must be accompanied by a Member in all Common Area Facilities without restriction except; • May NOT be accompanied by Members who are under 12 y/o for Golf, Golf Practice Areas, or Fitness Center. Rules • Violations to any Forest Highlands Rules by Guests or violations of this policy will be subject to the fines as outlined in section 7.8 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. • While not the intention of the Club at any time, the Club reserves the right to limit access to any facility to guests without notice in order to accommodate Members. Guest Rules ( With a Guest Authorization) • May be unaccompanied in Common Area Facilities except for Golf Practice Areas. Persons renting or leasing a home in Forest Highlands are not entitled to be Authorized Guests. 1. Log on to the website. 2. Under the HOA drop down menu heading click Guest Authorization 3. Fill out the online form, for each person person to receive a Guest Access Authorization and click Submit . 4. You will receive a confirmation email once you successfully submit the form. If you do not receive your confirmation email within 2 Instructions to apply for Guest Authorization

hours please contact the Administration Office: Call 928-525-9014 or email

PLEASE NOTE: No physical cards are created with the Guest Authorization program. Instead a list is circulated of the current authorized guests to the Leadership Team & Staff to ensure use is approved.

Policy Effective Friday, November 1, 2019


Concierge Landscape Design With our on site Horticulturalist, Maricel Causer Maricel Causer, your friendly Forest Highlands Horticulturist will be offering Landscape Design and conceptual plans through the Concierge/Residential Service department in Recreation. Services include plant selection, layout, and oversight from concept to completion. She will provide you with hand drawn designs and can coordinate the implementation of landscape projects with The FH Design Review Committee, Recreation yard crew, landscape contractors and/or landscape architects. She will personally shop for specific plants for your project. Whether your project is a colorful flower pot, refreshing a small-scale yard or a large new build project, she will strive to produce pleasing landscape environments that meet members’ aesthetic and functional needs. We have limited spaces available for winter design services. You may call the Recreation Department (928-525-9792) or email at to schedule a quick consult to determine if this service is right for you.

I-17 Improvements coming in 2021 $300 Million 23 Mile Stretch Project completion expected by 2023

Over 1 million vehicles travel the I-17 corridor every year. Stretches of the interstate have proven to be hazardous. Governor Ducey has recently approved budget dollars for improvements to I-17 including an added lane to the 15 mile stretch between Anthem and Black Canyon City. Also included are flex lanes for the 8 mile grade between Black Canyon City and Sunset Point.

Congratulations and Thank You! Congratulations to Mike Cahill, Joc Jacquay, and Todd Weber on their new term as Board of Directors for the Forest Highlands Association.

Welcome! Thank you for your Service!:




THANK YOU ~ Thank you ver y much to Jacqueline McVay Castro, Van DeWar, and Richard Russell for running and for their willingness to ser ve on the Board of Directors.


Development Standards REVISED JULY 2019 NOTE! Please find a link below for the most recent revised copy of the Development Standards. Questions? Please email Please ensure all contractors working within Forest Highlands have a current certificate of Liability Insurance on file with the Design Review Committee. All Plans are to be dropped off at the Administration Office (2425 William Palmer, 86005)

DRC Meetings Meeting Date Meeting Times Vary

Plan Submittals Due by 5:00pm

November 18 December 16

November 11

December 9

Contact Patty Ashbrook to book your trip!



WINTER PREPARATIONS • Turn water off in your home and drain the pipes. After draining the pipes close the faucets. • Some Members turn water off at the street. While this is preferred by some, locating outside valves during the snow season results in challenges (including jeopardizing safety) for home owners and Forest Highlands employees. • Unplug recirculating pumps. • Set thermostats at 55, it is good for appliances and prevents freezing of pipes if water remains in the pipes. • Leave sink cabinet doors open. • Turn hot water heaters to vacation or low (keep them lit) • Lock doors and windows ROAD CONDITIONS & WEATHER FOR FLAGSTAFF While the Security Gatehouse staff are available to provide current road conditions for the Forest Highlands community, it is difficult to keep up on highways/interstates conditions leading to Flagstaff. If you are not aware, here are a few resources to help get you up to

ALARM RULE COMPLIANCE • MANDATORY : The Forest Highlands HOA requires all homes communicate with the Forest Highlands Security Gatehouse. Home alarms must be programmed to: testing with the Gatehouse The above noted is for the safety of the homes and just important for the Community safety. The importance of “Daily Testing” is the Gatehouse receives a “no signal” message if an alarm does not automatically report in on a daily basis. When a “No Signal” message is received the Security Department will contact the member to report the non-communicating alarm; • SUGGESTION : 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 : The 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 staff are: Joe Gordon , Assistant Director, & Devin Holden , 1st Shift Supervisor, or the Gatehouse : (928) 525-9090 • Detect fire/smoke; and • Do auto daily (24-hour)

date on road conditions & weather forecasts: Arizona road conditions can be obtained by calling 511 or the internet, National Weather Service visit:


SIGNUP FOR HOUSEWATCH TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT IN WINTER If you are considering Housewatch, please email Security at If you would like to discuss the program, the best two Security employees are the Housewatch Coordinators, Devin Holden (1st Shift Supervisor) and Joe Gordon (Assistant Director of Security) Find the full details of the program & signup form here:

Contact Security today! 928-525-9090

EMERGENCY SITUATIONS CALL 911 Security monitors 911 dispatches and responds to emergencies for the purpose of supporting first responders AND members/guest/employees. 9 NOVEMBER 2019 | VOICE IN THE PINES

If you have questions or want to provide information to Security, below are contact options: Security Gatehouse: (928) 525-9090 | Email: Jim Barquin, Director of Security or (928) 525-5290


Nicole Chambers, Director of Tennis As another season ends, we would like to thank everyone for a wonderful year on and off the courts. We welcomed so many new members, enjoyed having a full house and if 2019 is an indicator of where tennis is going in the future, we look forward to continued growth. Congratulations to our Octoberfest winners, Catherine Vanross and Penny Holland and runner-up team, Denise Gramm and Keij Ijiwa. We had an excellent day of tennis and a closely contested final. Check out our upcoming event and join us on the courts! ------>

TURKEY TROT DOUBLES MIXER Saturday, November 23 11:00am - 1:00pm

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 as you prepare for the Thanksgiving week. Partners will be drawn, so just sign up if you would like to play. Register by November 16

To our Octoberfest Winners!

2019 Champions Catherine Vanross & Penny Holland 2019 Runners - Up Denise Gramm & Keij Ijiwa

Octoberfest Fun!


Golf Event Results

Ponderosa Open

After a chilly morning, the frost lifted for the first round of the inaugural Ponderosa Open. The Ponderosa open is a member guest tournament and participants play 36 holes of net better ball between partners in 9 hole segments. The final round of the 2019 Ponderosa Open was contested at the Canyon Course. The weather was wonderful and we once again had some great scoring! We had 8 flight winners go to the championship shootout, whereDavidOtt andRobert Dunlap came out the champions, congratulations!

WINTER SEASON GOLF PRACTICES • Walking is permitted with pull carts (golf carts unavailable) • Members may bring one guest only. • 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 cautious as many greens will be roped off with barbed wire to discourage elk



Contact the Fitness Center 928-525-5298

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

APPOINTMENTS Online Spa Services Book a session in one of our spa treatment rooms, or in your home, by calling the Fitness Center or you can now login to your Foretees account and click on “Book a Spa Treatment”. We require a minimum 24 hours advance notice for bookings and cancellations. See the new Spa Menu:

Fitness Schedule November 2 -30

Don’t Just Survive but Thrive! NEW 12 Week Online Weight Loss Program w/ Certified Weight & Life Coach Bianca Gardner November 11 - February 7 Get in shape for the holidays and go into the New Year feeling great! Weekly group coaching sessions online Nutritional guidance and meal planning Workout advice and workout of the week videos Daily motivational accountability & support Monthly private online coaching with Bianca For more information call the Fitness Center at 928-525-5298 or the Recreation Center at 928-525-9792. Concierge Physical Therapy Experiencing low back, neck, shoulder, hip or knee pain? Want to improve your posture or reduce your risk of falling? Schedule your initial evaluation today with Susannah Kucharski of One Physio Concierge Physical Therapy. Susannah provides one-on-one physical therapy services in the comfort and convenience of your home. For more information call the Fitness Center at 928-525-5298 or the Recreation Center at 928-525-9792

Register for Fitness Classes

PERSONAL TRAINING Call the fitness center to set up a free 30 min gym orientation or to schedule some training sessions. . 928-525-5298

Hours of Operation:

Steam Rooms 6:00am-8:00pm daily

Our steam rooms are now directly infused with eucalyptus oil. Relax and unwind with an invigorating steam – located downstairs in the Meadow locker rooms. Jacuzzi The Jacuzzi is still open for use. Hours of Operation for Jacuzzi 8am-6pm Monday-Sunday The Thermal cover will remain on to conserve heat, please feel free to remove it or ask a recreation staff for assistance.

Fitness Classes are FREE!! Please pre-register online to save your spot. Guests pay $10 per class. Note: Virtual classes will be changing from Les Mills to a larger selection of NEW fitness videos including Spin, Yoga, Tai Chi, Gillian Michaels workouts, and more.


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Option #1: Priority List (1 spot left call now! 928-525-9792)

Option #3: One Time Service You will have the opportunity to call on a one-time basis, but we will not be accepting emergency calls. Snow Removal service will be by appointment only, and you will not be guaranteed a spot by the time requested. $70/hour with an hour minimum every time we clear your driveway. Option #4: Bermor Path If you would like your berm removed, or a path for Security House watch, it will be $35/bermor path. Rentals: Basketballs Soccer balls Volleyballs Disc Golf Discs Toddler, kid & adult bikes Helmets Baby & toddler rentals (Stroller, car seat, high chair, & play crib)

Do you want to be guaranteed a spot every time it snows? Our priority list only has 1 spot left; this will reserve a spot and will consist of the first two days after the storm. You won’t have to worry about coming up during a snow storm, as your driveway will already be cleared! Cost: $1,300 for the whole winter (November-March). We will charge the first $650 in November and the second $650 in January. Option #2: Email List (limited availability) Interested in Snow Removal but do not want to be on our priority list? Call us to be on our Email List! Our email list will consist of the first 30 people that reserve a spot. We will email you when a storm is coming, and give you the chance to schedule an appointment that will be available after we have completed our priority list. This list will not guarantee an appointment at the time requested. Cost: $55/hour with an hour minimum every time we clear your driveway. Example of Email List: 1. Recreation Department looks at size and duration of storm 2. Recreation Department sends an email with all of the above information, and our available appointments 3. Member responds saying that they would like Snow Removal at this time, or that they would NOT like Snow Removal at this time 4. Recreation Department books an appointment for Member




Concierge Services

HOURS OF OPERATION Family Recreation Center

WEEKLY EVENTS Craft and Movie Night Friday Nights October-May 6:00 - 9:00pm Pinecone Kid’s Center Join us for an evening filled with unique, themed crafts and a movie! Dinner included! Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT Price: $28

• Shuttle Services • Yardwork • Catering/Party Planning • Tutoring • Babysitting • Dog Walking - $15/ walk. • Dog Sitting • House Cleaning • Car Washing • While You’re Away • Hand Around the House • Companion Care • Personal Stylist • Treadmill Servicing • 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. • Tech Services • Grill Cleaning


Winter Camp Saturdays 10:00am - 3:00pm

Kid’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Party Tuesday, December 31 4 and up! 6pm-12:30am Pinecone Kid’s Center Price: $70/Member Let’s ring in the New Year with all of our best friends! Family Programs: NYE Shuttles to Downtown Tuesday, December 31 7pm-1:30am Call Recreation for more details ***Shuttles are weather permitting Shuttles to Snowbowl Saturdays $10/person/way Call for Reservation: 928-525-9792 Meet at the Meadow Clubhouse

Join us at the Kid’s Center for some old fashioned winter fun! Whether it’s building a snowman, having a snowball fight, or sledding on the driving range, Camp is sure to keep the kids entertained for the day! Wear your warmest winter gear in case we decide to hit the best sledding hills Forest Highlands has to offer. *Outdoor fun weather permitting Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT

Pajama Jam Saturday Nights October-May 6:00 - 9:00pm Pinecone Kid’s Center

Dress in your coziest pajamas and join us for a fun filled event! We play games, build forts, do arts & crafts, eat dinner, and much much more! Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT Price: $28

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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.

Upcoming Events ADULT EVENTS

Shuttle To A Tribute To Johnny Cash With: The Only Johnny Cash Tribute Ban d Orpheum Theater Saturday, November 16 Departure from Meadow Clubhouse: 6PM & 7PM Pickup from Orpheum Theater: 10:30PM Price for shuttle: $10/person TICKETS SOLD SEPARATELY HERE:

Gingerbread House Making Thursday, November 28 ● 10am ● $25 Family Event! All ages welcome! Aspen Recreation Center

Start Thanksgiving off right with an event filled with candy, creativity and great company! This year we are hosting yet another Gingerbread House Making program in the Aspen Rec Center! All ages welcome! Gingerbread houses and candy provided. You just bring the FUN!


3rd Annual North Pole Experience Event Saturday November 30 Family Event! All ages welcome! - Only 2 SPOTS LEFT! Family Recreation Center 8:15am Departure Join us in celebrating the magic of Christmas at the North Pole Experience with our closest family and friends. This year we are bringing it back for the third year! We will be taking 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. Register by calling the Recreation Department - 928-525-9792 Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament Friday November 29 | Time: Noon Family Event! All ages welcome! Sports Park Does your family have what it takes to be the champion? Meet us at the Sports Park for our traditional Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament. The winning family takes home a prize! Price: $20/team

Shuttle to NAU’s Ardrey Auditorium for “An Evening with Shaun White” Wednesday, November 20 Departure from Meadow Clubhouse: 5:45pm Pickup from Ardrey Auditorium: 9PM (dependent on length of discussion) Price for shuttle: $10/person TICKETS SOLD SEPARATELY HERE: *MINIMUM OF 4 REGISTRANTS OR SHUTTLE WILL BE CANCELLED Call recreation to sign up! 928-525-9792



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.


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


Lunch 11:00am - 3:00pm


Brunch 9:00am - 2:00pm


Meadow will be closed for lunch service on Saturday, December 14th for a holiday party. HOURS CHANGES

PASTABILITIES Friday, November 29 Meadow Clubhouse 5:00 - 8:00pm


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To-Go Thanksgiving Thursday, November 28 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! BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Get your turkey “deconstructed” WHAT IS DECONSTRUCTED? Please call the Canyon Clubhouse (928) 525-1100 BEFORE Sunday, November 17 to reserve your Thanksgiving feast. *CANCELLATION POLICY CLICK HERE


● 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.



Save theDate: Dickens Dinner December 27 January 1, 2020 Continental Breakfast at the Peaks Cafe. February 14 Valentine’s Weekend Specials Christmas Week Hours: December 27 Lunch & Dickens Dinner December 28th - 30th Lunch and Dinner December 31st Lunch at the Meadow, or contact Karen Harting to book your date today: (928) 525-5227 CLICK HERE Forest Highlands Catering is open all year round! We have staff available to cater your winter house party, or allow us to put together entrees, side dishes, or specialty platters for your cozy gatherings. Click Here for the Catering Menu

New Years Eve Gala Tuesday, December 31

Please Welcome back our traditional New Year’s Eve Gala The Event Begins at 6:00pm with cocktails and passed hors d’ oeuvres with a Gigantic Seafood Spread

Congratulations to John Roberts! our Reservation Award Winner this season. Mr. Roberts’ winning ticket was pulled in early October. 49 Members were eligible for the prize with each receiving one raffle ticket for every 10 online reservations. Each member also receive a $25 gift certificate for having 10 reservations made using our OpenTable reservations system. TheRoberts will receive a Magnum of Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon. Open Table or online reservations are the most efficient and easy way to reserve a table in one of the dining rooms. Dinner will be from 7:00 – 9:00pm with Food Stations throughout the clubhouse. The Illumin80’s Band will be performing from 7:00- 11:00pm in the Canyon Ball Room. We will celebrate the New Year at 10:00pm while watching the Ball Drop in Times Square with a complimentary Champagne Toast. $150++ Please call the Canyon Clubhouse to reserve: 928-525-1100 The Recreation department will also be offering shuttle service for those wanting to attend the Pine Cone Drop in downtown Flagstaff.



ALL CLOSED SALES IN FOREST HIGHLANDS 8/20/19 - 10/20/19 Inventory in Forest Highlands is low – now is the time to list your home with Forest Highlands Realty the #1 team in Forest Highlands.


Listing Agent

Selling Agent

Close Date Price 8/21/2019 $85,000 8/21/2019 $425,000

Forest Highlands Realty

489-2634 Lindberg Spring Re/Max

570-2206 Platt Cline 766-2683 Pete Berry

West USA Realty

West USA Realty

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 8/22/2019 $785,000 216-3002 Bear Howard Re/Max Fine Properties Re/Max Fine Properties 8/30/2019 $624,000 341-3418 Lee Doyle Russ Lyon Forest Highlands Realty 9/4/2019 $990,000 730-1686 Bessie Kidd Best Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 9/12/2019 $2,500,000 382-3854 Edward Beale Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 9/19/2019 $1,100,000 365-4476 Griffiths Spring Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 9/27/2019 $980,000 192-2282 Isabella Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 9/30/2019 $550,000 319-2331 Sharlot Hall Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 10/1/2019 $635,000 27-6021 Griffiths Spring Re/Max Fine Properties Forest Highlands Realty 10/15/2019 $744,826 772-2818 Fred Breen Forest Highlands Realty Shelton Residential 10/16/2019 $1,000,000 511-2850 Lindberg Springs Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 10/16/2019 $725,000 866-1347 Karl Magnum Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty 10/17/2019 $1,300,000

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