VIP September 2019


the forest highlands association newsletter

Tennis..................... 16 Pickleball. .............. 17 Dining..................... 18 Realty..................... 20

Fitness. .................... 9 Security.................. 10 Golf......................... 12 Recreation. ............ 14

General Manager..... 2 Foundation. ............. 3 Club News................ 4

Patty Ashbrook, General Manager / COO

As I write this article we are finally

of the Championship. Everyone has been involved and we have not let this project take us away from our regular responsibilities during this busy time. The annual Board Election kicks off this Friday, September 6 so please watch your Inbox for the email with the link to our electronic voting website. We have an amazing and well-qualified slate of six candidates. Candidate Bios are available for your review on page 6. Anyone wishing a paper ballot may request one by contacting the Administrative Office at 928-525-9014. Voting concludes on Tuesday, October 15 and we strongly encourage everyone to cast a ballot! This time of year signals the start of our annual budget process and planning for next year. One very important aspect of our planning process is to reflect back on what did or didn’t work so well this past season. The Staff and Board are always interested in hearing from our Membership and shortly you will be receiving our annual Season End Department Surveys. These Surveys will be emailed to the Membership starting in late September and early October. We look forward to your constructive responses and suggestions so that we can make appropriate changes to our operation where necessary and implement new ideas and programs you would like to see for the 2020 Season. But wait, the2019Season isn’t over yet! September & October still provide many opportunities and activities for enjoying your Paradise in the Pines. The Recreation department is offering a Christmas Card Photo Opportunity on Sunday, September 22 at the Canyon Covered Bridge Park, bring a friend to the Ladies Tennis Member-Guest on Friday, September 20-Sunday, September 22, and you don’t want to miss the leaves changing colors in the Northland so plan now to attend Oktoberfest on Friday, October 4 and our Fall Festival on Saturday, October 12. There are lots of other activities planned for you, your family and friends this fall so be sure to review this issue of the Voice for all the details! Here’s to the start of a great Fall at Forest Highlands! Patty Ashbrook, MBA, CCM General Manager / COO

receiving our first real downpour in the month of August! After amonth with virtually no precipitation and above average temperatures it is delightful to see the rain falling, hear thunder booming off in the distance, and to smell the refreshed earth. One benefit of the lack of monsoon activity in August was the ability for our members and guests to get a full round of golf in without having to worry about lightning delays. This (along with really HOT weather in the Valley) resulted in one of the highest numbers of rounds for the month at 6,500. WOW! By the time you are reading this, we will have had our annual Town Hall meeting where we covered topics on the state of the Association including the status of the year-to-date financials and financial projections for year-end for both operations and the capital and reserve funds (everything is looking very positive), brief statements were heard from the Board Candidates, and Jim Robinson presented the Conceptual Master and Strategic Plan currently under consideration by the Board. As noted at the meeting, the Board is very interested in member comments and feedback on the Conceptual Master Plan for the Racquet Sports Complex at the Meadow Sports Park. All members are encouraged to review the Town Hall slideshow and submit comments prior to the next Board meeting on September 20. Comments can be sent directly to the Board at The Town Hall meeting also included a final update on the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship. This prestigious event is now only 10 days away as players will begin arriving on Wednesday, September 11. I want to thank all of the Members who have so graciously and generously volunteered their time and leadership to make this the best U.S. Women’s Mid- Amateur Championship to date! Thank you to ALL our Members for your understanding and hospitality in providing the Meadow Golf Course and Clubhouse to these players and for your patience as the staff executes all of the details that go along with these activities. I sincerely hope that everyone has an opportunity to experience some aspect of the Event. See page 8 for the Schedule of Events and page 19 for the dining schedule for September 11-19. I want to extend a special thanks to our Staff for their extraordinary efforts with the planning and preparation


Be on the Lookout for our Year End... Friends and Neighbors,

With the conclusion of our immensely successful Bearfoot in the Pines event, the Forest Highlands Foundation is on pace to have one of the most successful fundraising years in its history – if not THE most successful. The credit for that success goes to YOU – the Forest Highlands members who demonstrated your generosity in support of programs that help people in the Flagstaff community who are far less fortunate than we are. Thank you! During the past month, the Foundation grants committee, chaired by Ethan Braunstein, has been hard at work in conjunction with the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) of Flagstaff with whom we partner. Our grants committee has been evaluating grant proposals from more than 150 nonprofit organizations to determine those that serve health needs, human services and victim services that can make a greater impact with the use of our funds. Thus far, the Board has approved about $260,000 in grants during the current funding cycle, and we may award other “out of cycle” grants during the winter months if significant opportunities arise that can make a difference due to our support. The actual recipients of grants will not be publicly known until ACF makes a formal announcement during the next few weeks. Once the information is public, we will post on the Foundation website the names of the organization 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 our 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 come to each of you in the form of a letter you will receive at your home address of record with the club. 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!

Interested in the grants process? Want to get involved? Contact Ethan Braunstein:

John Rivers Foundation Board Chair




An Important Reminder from the US Postal Service

If you would like to begin receiving mail (including package deliveries fromAmazon or other online services using the USPS) at your box in the Forest Highlands Mail Room, please contact the local post office at 928-714-9302. You can also leave a note securely taped to the inside of your mailbox or to the inside door to your mailbox with your mail box number on it in case it flies out when the door is opened. Please also be aware that it is against the law to tamper with the mail while it is being delivered. Please give the mail delivery person time to complete the mail delivery process before accessing the Mail Room.

Reminders on Recycling Contamination causes waste!

Please be sure to follow the recycling protocols to prevent contamination in the load! When a load of reycling becomes contaminated the ENTIRE load then has to be taken to the dump. Things like plastic bags, hoses, electronics and many others are not recyclable and can even be dangerous for the drivers and the recycling center staff. Need help knowing what is and what isn’t recylable?

Please use caution and wear a helmet every time you ride! BIKE SAFETY

Club Photography Click Here All of the club photography for the 2019 season is available for digital download on our special photography page! Browse and download your favorites!


Friday, September 6

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Fantastic service and amazing food What the members are saying... The food is very good and the staff are all excellent, especially Sarah! Great manager in Haley. The staff and the amenities are amazing. The staff have constantly provided excellent referrals. ~Concierge One of the best restaurants (plural) in AZ - we love Chef Eddie and his cuisine. Phil was super helpful. Great security team & members look out for each other. Great community with lots of family oriented activities, plus incredible golf courses! the perfect escape from the valley’s summer heat.

The two young men that ran the paintball event for my grandchildren were very good. They asked questions, listened to the kids and participated with them upon request. Couldnt have been a better time. Thank you! -Recreation

Food is outstanding! When compared to the best Flagstaff has to offer in town, it really is an easy choice. Eddie Matney has raised the bar so high, don’t think it could get any better! community with an eye toward the future that the clubhouse additions are a joy to use. Justin Klemballa has progressive golf programs, and is very encouraging. Its beautiful up here! Love the courses, food, Eddie Matney is such a noted chef. We now have such a congenial The services (dog walking, van transportation) are great, and each person who has provided service has been exceptional. Bookings are easy and always with great follow up and follow through -Concierge

Alway helpful with letting service people into my home or checking my house if I have a concern. Two golf courses to chose from. Beautiful weather. Friendly staff. Great food. I love having a home in Forest Highlands


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Online voting begins Friday, September 6 at 1pm

An email will be sent to all Primar y Members on Saturday, September 6 at 1pm that will contain a link to vote. Click the link in the email to be directed to the ballot and vote. SELECT UP TO THREE CANDIDATES.

NOTE: If you are the Primary Member on more than one membership your vote is weighted. You need only vote once for all of your memberships.

No Paper ballots will be mailed, unless specifically requested. Contact the Administration Office: (928) 525-9014 or











DRC Meetings Meeting Date Meeting Times Vary

Development Standards REVISED JULY 2019 NOTE! Please find a link below for the most recent revised copy of the Development Standards. 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) Questions? Please email

Plan Submittals Due by 5:00pm

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Firewise • Forest Highlands

Tall Weeds & Grass

THANK YOU to the many Members that show great pride in maintaining a beautiful yard in a FIREWISE manner!!!

With the Monsoon season in full swing, the tall grass and weeds will be growing taller every day. Please keep up on growth of grass/weeds for not only appearance but safety during the fire season. Knocking down these weeds and grasses now will also prevent them from proliferating.



Tax Deductible Donations Needed!

Volunteers Needed!

September 14th - 19th

V O L U N T E E R T O D A Y !

We are excited to host this prestigious event right here at the Meadow Course. Your support shows the visiting players that we, as a community, respect and support the game of golf! All volunteers who work a minimum of 2 shifts are invited to join us at the Volunteer Tournament on Friday, September 20 Volunteers are needed September 11 - 19 if you are available these days follow the links below to signup!

Click the links below to volunteer:

Forecaddies & Marshals:




Schedule of Events Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship September 14 - 19 at the Meadow

D O N A T E :


Bianca Gardner: 928-525-5223

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

Fitness Center: 928-525-5298

Fitness Schedule SEPTEMBER

Meet Our Personal Trainers! We are excited to have a fabulous team of trainers available to meet all of your fitness goals this year! To see their individual biographies click the link below!

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 Concierge Weight & Life Coach Therapy NEW 12 Week Online Weight Loss Program w/ Certified Weight & Life Coach Bianca Gardner September 23 - December 13 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.

Register for Fitness Classes

POOL HOURS Canyon Pool Operations continue through September *Use and weather permitting Open 6am-8pm Lap Swim 6am-8:30am, 3:00- 8:00pm Water Aerobics/Splash Dance 8:30am-9:30am Open Swim 10:00am-7:00pm Canyon Pool closed until 8:30am Tuesdays for Maintenance Meadow Pool CLOSES SEPTEMBER 3 New Offerings in the Spa this Year • Online bookings through the Foretees App • Fire Cupping Therapy • Body Scrubs • CBD Oil Massage • Mobile Spray Tanning 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:

PLEASE NOTE: The Fitness Flex Room (downstairs), the massage rooms and the locker rooms at the Meadow Clubhouse are closed September 10 - 19 due to the U.S. Women’s Mid-Am 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.



WALK FACING ONCOMING TRAFFIC is the safest way to walk on the road. WALK SINGLE FILE when vehicles approach. ALL DRIVERS MUST BE LICENSED to operate vehicles in Forest Highlands; this includes GEM cars, UTVs, ATVs. DO NOT EXCEED seating of vehicles, especially GEM cars and UTVs (use seatbelts if equipped). CUT TALL GRASS & WEEDS , this is a way to make your home safe in fire season and maintain a beautiful community. See the Evacuation Brochure which can be found at the Communication Kiosk in the Lower level of the Canyon Clubhouse for FIREWISE cleanup tips or email the gatehouse at and ask for cleanup tips. CELEBRATE, and then take down holiday decorations and lights. HOA rules pertaining to decorations and lights require removal within one week of the event. TURN LIGHTS OFF when not in use. Help maintain a dark sky atmosphere. WATCH YOUR SPEED and stop at “STOP” signs, help keep a safe community. SAFETY & GENERAL REMINDERS

ALSO, Arizona Highway Patrol is actively patrolling near the intersection of Forest Highlands Drive and Highway 89A. Failure to stop at the STOP sign has resulted in citations.

Manage your own guest/visitor list Simply Download the DwellingLive App

Dwelling Live App Offers a convenient way to register your guests with the entry system. Contains all the information used to contact you in case of an emergency, to authorize guests and trades personnel to your home, and the services you have authorized, i.e. House Watch. To set up or update account; Contact Security:

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



We are asking our members to please be patient with the TRANSPONDER lane enhancement project. The transponder lane readers were aging and were not working properly with the community access control system software. The system is now working more efficient; however, those with old hand held

transponders and Driver side installed transponders/stickers are occasionally experiencing difficulty with entry through the transponder lane. At your earliest opportunity, please stop by the Gatehouse so a new transponder can be installed on the right side of your vehicle. David Levi, Security Administrative Assistant is great with trouble shooting challenges with vehicles’

that have safety glass or were installed on the Driver side. David’s regular hours are: M-F between 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

He can be reached by email at If your vehicle does not have safety glass, all other officers are able to deactivate your old transponder and install a new transponder/sticker at NO COST. We apologize for any inconvenience, but we are confident the system is better with the recent installation of upgraded reader. SAFETY FIRST IN FOREST HIGHLANDS

IF YOU SEE SOMETHING - SAY SOMETHING In late July of this year three children saw an individual they were not comfortable with and they responded by removing themselves from the area and called an adult. The Forest Highlands Security Department and Coconino County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) responded when the report was made to the Security Department. Approximately four weeks after the incident, with no leads or suspects to pursue, a CCSO detective closed the case. While the incident may have been stressful for those involved, it provided a learning opportunity for some and was a great example of how quick action taken (specifically by the children and parents) led to a positive result. The children “SAW SOMETHING & SAID SOMETHING.” Many perceive Forest Highlands as an active, peaceful and safe community. To help maintain the stated, the Forest Highlands Security Department considers themselves as “The Eyes and Ears of the Community.” If the many Members and guests that enjoy Forest Highlands witness something unusual, a call to the Security Department helps the Security Team respond accordingly to the reported situation. Two closing points: 1) If there is an emergency taking place, immediately call 911 and 2) If something appears out of the ordinary, call Security at (928) 525- 9090. If you would like to discuss community safety or any other topic, contact Jim Barquin, Director of Security at: or (928) 525-5290. 11 SEPTEMBER 2019 | VOICE IN THE PINES

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 Jim Barquin, Director of Security or (928) 525-5290

September 25-28

Legacy Cup

Thursday, October 3 & Friday, October 4 Men’s Ponderosa Open Due to the high demand for this year’s Men’s Highlander, we have added a second Member Guest Invitational to the schedule for 2019.

Couple’s Nine & Dine

We are looking for players to participate in the Legacy Cup, October 23-25 at Kukui’ula, Hawaii. This event is an interclub tournament between all DMB properties. The team will consist of five men, two women and the golf professional, Matt Bailey. If we have more players then needed we will hold a qualifier for the team. The entry fee is $800 per person plus uniform expense and travel/lodging at Kukui’ula, ranging from $1,100-$1,300 per night. Questions, please contact Matt Bailey: Schedule of Events:

Sunday, September 8 Enjoy nine holes followed by a very special menu by Chef Eddie!

Colored Tee Sheet

We have added colors to our tee sheet to coincide with the guest policy. The following explains: • Red - 0 guests allowed • Yellow - 1 guest per member • Green - Up to 3 guests • Blue - Twilight guest time • Purple - All events • Tan - Open play shotgun (sign up in events tab


Golf Event Results

Member Pricing Members receive a 20% discount on


OPERATION 36 We are about to start our Final Month of Operation 36 on September 7th. If you haven’t heard of Operation 36 yet, please watch the following video to introduce you to what the program is all about. Click below to watch a video about Operation 36: Operation 36 has been a huge hit with over 55 golfers participating. This last month of classes & socials, which starts on September 7th, will only be 3 weeks. September 7th, 21st, & 28th. I’ve attached a flyer to this email for you to look over for more details. The second page of the flyer has the most detail about this upcoming semester, so please remember to scroll down to the second page. If you are interested in signing up for this last month of Operation 36, please email me!


The 2019 Couple’s Club Championship was contested in absolutely perfect conditions and weather and a record number of participants! We saw a lot of great golf, including a hole in one and a hole out for eagle! COUPLE’S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

apparel, shoes, golf balls, golf bags, and golf shoes. Equipment will be at the minimum advertised pricing set by the

manufacturer. We still price match on all equipment!

Congratulations to our 2019 Ladies Club Champion Kerry Postillion! LADIES’ CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP

~ Justin Klemballa ~ Director of Instruction For more information about Operation 36:

Van DeWar successfully defended his Senior Club Championship with a 2 day total of 150. Congratulations Van! MEN’S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP



~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. Forest Highlands Drama Club Presents: Aladdin Watch the Play - Click Below!

HOURS OF OPERATION Family Recreation Center

Pool Hours

Concierge Services

• Yardwork!! Fall is here in Forest

Highlands, and what better way to celebrate the Season than to have your yard cleared of weeds and pine needles! Submit a Yardwork Cleanup request online for FREE estimate.” • Shuttle Services • Snow Removal • Catering/Party Planning • Tutoring • Babysitting • Dog Walking - $15/ walk. • Dog Sitting • House Cleaning • Car Washing • While You’re Away • A Hand Around the House • Tech Services • Grill Cleaning • Treadmill Servicing • Mobile Grooming Services Terms and conditions apply. Various fees applicable. • Companion Care • Personal Stylist

Coming in October... Craft and Movie Night Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT Friday Nights October-May 6:00 - 9:00pm | Price: $28 Pinecone Kid’s Center Join us for an evening filled with unique, themed crafts and a movie! Dinner included! Halloween Party & Booffet Family Event! All ages welcome! Saturday October 19 Time:6-8:30pm Family Recreation Center

Pajama Jam Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT Saturday Nights October-May 6:00 - 9:00pm | Price: $28 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!

Stop by the Recreation Department for items you can use (fees may apply) • Basketballs • Soccer Balls • Disc Golf Discs • Volleyballs • Bikes & Helmets • Strollers • High Chair & Playpen • Car Seat

more info



Kids Programs

Mah Jongg & Bridge MahJongg - Tuesday afternoons at 1:00pm @ Meadow dining room. Bridge - Wednesdays at 1:00pm We play in the Canyon dining room. Lessons for either can be set up through the Recreation Department - Contact Erin Reddick

FINAL Sunday Funday! Family Trivia/Game Night Sunday September 8 | 6:30pm Meadow Recreation Center Price: $25/team Interactive game show experience. Adult Fall Open Bocce Wednesdays | 5:00 - 6:00pm Begins September 4 Location: Canyon Bocce Court Price: $15 per team of 2 $10 per individual Calling all Bocce lovers! We want you to join us on Wednesday evenings for a competitive round of bocce play. REGISTER ONLINE!

Lawn Games Friday Nights thru Sept 27 5:30 - 7:30pm Canyon Driving Range Ages 4 and up (2 & 3 w/ CIT) A wild evening of games, and running around while you enjoy dinner. PLEASE NOTE: No Lawn Games on Friday, September 6 or 13

COOKING CLASS Wednesday, September 4 Theme: Fall Harvest Price: $65/person SPOTS LIMITED

Kids Camp & Explorer Camp Saturdays 10:00am - 3:00pm

Camps continue Saturdays only PLEASE NOTE: No camp on Saturday, September 7 or 14

Location: Canyon Kitchen 5-7pm Chef will take you on a journey from preparation to a completed dish.

Parent’s Night Out Saturdays 6:00 - 9:00pm Pinecone Kid’s Center

Ages 4 and up (2 & 3 w/ CIT) A wild evening of games, movies, arts & crafts, PLUS some quality time in the arcade with pool, ping pong, Pacman and board games! PLEASE NOTE: No PNO on Saturday, September 7 or 14

Christmas Card Photo Opportunity Sunday, September 22 │ Family Event │ 3-5pm │ Covered Bridge Park The 14th Hole Covered Bridge Park is the perfect setting for a wonderful Christmas Card photo of your family! FH brings out a professional photographer to do a shoot. Book your time early, spaces are limited. REGISTER



Forest Highlands Tennis or Pickleball shirts. Labor Day Weekend ONLY. OFF SALE LABOR DAY WEEKEND

Nicole Chambers, Director of Tennis By the time you read this we will be well into Labor Day Weekend and have enjoyed yet another beautiful time on the courts. Thank to all of our young participants in the Junior Pizza Party. A fun time was had by all! Don’t forget about Monday, September 2, we have our last Tennis Social of the season from 9:00am - Noon. Much fun was had at our 3 rd Annual Club Invitational ! Arizona Country Club joined us for a morning of tennis followed by lunch and golf. It was a closely contested morning of tennis with both teams walking away as winners. Our thanks to Carl and Leanne Mariano for hosting our cocktail party and to Bassel and Rachael Osmani for providing Pita Jungle!


Junior Tennis Please contact the tennis department for private or small group lessons.

September is a great month for a team retreat! Let Cole, Coleman and I run a “Boot Camp Clinic” to prepare you all for your fall season. We will clinic in the morning and play round robins in the afternoon. You could then take advantage of our wonderful shuttle service into town for some team building camaraderie! Please contact Tennis Director, Nicole Chambers for more details or to book your place.

LABOR DAY TENNIS SOCIAL Monday, September 2 9:00am – Noon Join us for a morning of round robin tennis, paired with drinks and light eats. Cost: FREE/$10 guest fee

Weekly Adult Tennis

Drop-In Tennis Saturdays & Sundays 9:00 - 11:00am Intermediate Drills & Play Fridays 9:30 - 11:00am $25 Mixed Drills & Play Sundays 1:00 - 3:00pm $30

LADIES TEAM MEMBER/GUEST September 20 - 22 9:00am – 12:00pm

Our ladies and their guests will be enjoying 3 days of tennis in the pines. The teams consist of 4 – 6 players. They will be playing a round robin to crown our first Member/Guest Team trophy. This event is FULL.


COURTS & LESSONS We offer private and small group lessons. Our Director of Racquet Sports, Nicole Chambers is an IPTPA Pickleball Professional and a 27 year USPTA Tennis professional. Please stop by the Pro Shop or drop Nicole an email should you have any questions.

Pickleball Drop-In DROP IN IS FREE FOR MEMBERS! Mondays & Wednesdays Beginner Drop-In 8:00 - 9:30am

CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY Want to see more photos from these events and more?

Court 4 our pickleball court is available for private booking outside any programmed events.

Tuesdays & Fridays Intermediate Drop-In 8:00-9:30am

Thursdays Open Play 8:00 - 9:30am Sundays Open Play 9:00 - 11:00am

to the winners of our first “Pickleball Shoot-Out” on Saturday, August 3. We had 24 entrants for our first event

A Division Stuart Kozin and John Pushor ~ B Division Jen Mirabelli and Linda London

Pickleball Affinity Club We also have a “Pickleball Affinity Club”. The club will get together at different times to enhance the playing experience. Please contact Nancy Balm, nbalm@ to be put on the distribution list.



New Dining Hours from September 3 - September 29** **Except during the Women’s Mid-Am, see next page for details.



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PLEASE BE AWARE OF THESE DINING CLOSURES: Saturday, September 7 Meadow Closed all day for Wedding Dinner available at Canyon Wednesday, September 11 - Thursday, September 19 Meadow Closed for USGA Events. Lounge and Snackbar open. Thursday, September 12, & Friday, September 13 Canyon Closes at 3pm for USGA events.

Peaks Cafe & Grill


Grill Closed for the Season Grab n’ Go 7am - Noon

SAVE THE DATE! Friday, October 4 Oktoberfest at the Meadow Thursday, October 10 Frank Family Wine Dinner Friday, October 11 Lobster Boil at the Meadow

No dinner service available . Thursday, September 26 Canyon Closes at 3pm for Highlander Event.

No dinner service available. Saturday, September 28 Meadow Closed all day for Highlander Events and Wedding Dinner service at the Canyon.


Member Dining Schedule During USGA Championship SEPTEMBER 11 - 19, 2019 CANYON MEADOW BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER ---- USGA Closure USGA Closure Breakfast: 8am - 10:30pm Lunch: 11am - 3pm ----

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Listing Agent

Selling Agent

Close Date Price

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

59-2777 Bear Howard 602-2193 Platt Cline 106-2253 Edward Ayer 362-4491 Griffiths Spring 282-3584 Doc Raymond

2/1/2019 $830,000

Elevated Realty, LLC Coldwell Banker Dallas RE 2/15/2019 $385,000

Forest Highlands Realty

Coldwell Banker Res

2/19/2019 $850,000

Forest Highlands Realty Re/Max Peak Properties 2/20/2019 $650,000

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

3/05/2019 $110,000 3/19/2019 $634,735 3/20/2019 $840,000 3/29/2019 $112,500 4/05/2019 $975,000 4/05/2019 $650,000 4/09/2019 $1,340,000 4/15/2019 $1,750,000 4/15/2019 $1,100,000 4/17/2019 $1,025,000 4/30/2019 $470,000 5/02/2019 $551,000 5/03/2019 $775,000 5/03/2019 $1,875,000 5/06/2019 $705,000

Forest Highlands Realty

505-2800 Lindberg Spring Russ Lyon Sotheby’s 506-2811 Lindberg Springs Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Forest Highlands Realty sold over $30,000,000 and almost a property a week last OFF SEASON. * now is the time to list your home with the #1 team in Forest Highlands.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

146-2605 Joe Dolan

613-2535 William Palmer 180-2041 Paleo Place 743-2500 TE McCullough

Re/Max Fine Properties Non-MLS

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

781-3349 Andrew Douglass Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

Forest Highlands Realty

477-2511 Lindberg Springs Non MLS

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Flagstaff Top Producers Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

205-3114 Bear Howard 62-2815 Bear Howard 446- 3717 Griffiths Spring 113- 3793 Bear Howard

778- 3254 Andrew Douglass West USA Realty

eXp Realty

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

174- 2094 Paleo Place

260- 4661 Griffiths Spring Non-MLS

Re/Max Fine Properties 5/13/2019 $615,000

Forest Highlands Realty Re/Max Fine Properties 5/15/2019 $690,000

255- 2552 Hart Merriam

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537 – 2202 Tom McMillian Coldwell Banker

5/23/2019 $480,000

Forest Highlands Realty Re/Max Peak Properties 6/18/2019 $479,500

563-2130 Platt Cline 121- 2220 John Hance

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6/21/2019 $600,000 6/25/2019 $615,000

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445- 3711 Griffiths Spring Realty One Group

372- 3674 Richard Kern 556- 2145 William Palmer 638- 2354 Link Smith 142- 2629 Joe Dolan 411- 2105 Aubrey 342- 3436 Lee Doyle 857- 1267 Godfrey Sykes 529- 2098 Tom McMillan 282-3584 Doc Raymond

Better Homes & Gardens Better Homes & Gardens 6/25/2019 $437,500

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Realty Executives

6/26/2019 $340,000 6/28/2019 $922,500 6/28/2019 $515,000 7/01/2019 $75,000 7/12/2019 $600,000 7/12/2019 $460,000 7/25/2019 $130.000 7/31/2019 $1,715,000 7/31/2019 $720,000 7/31/2019 $240,000 8/5/2019 $650,000 8/6/2019 $602,500

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Forest Highlands Realty Re/Max Fine Properties 7/19/2019 $495,000

Forest Highlands Realty Re/Max Professional

853-1526 Andrew Douglass Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s

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418- 3991 Griffiths Spring

855-1291 Andrew Douglass Re/Max Fine Properties Walt Danley Group

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515-2901 Lindberg Springs

237-3220 Dick Hevly

Choose The Team With Proven Results, Forest Highlands Realty With the knowledge, expertise, and experience to represent you whether you’re selling or are interested in purchasing a new home or homesite. We invite you to stop by our office at the gates of Forest Highlands or call us at (928) 556-8606 to hear which homes will be showcased that day.


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