TIME CHANGE TO 5PM FOR TONIGHTS MEETING

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Dear Neighbors

The Broadband Awareness meeting is scheduled for tonight at 5 PM at Beaver Creek School prior to the regular School Governing Board meeting which starts at 6 PM.

Monday, 9/19–The Beaver Creek School Governing Board meets at 6:00 PM. The agenda is posted at www.bcs.k12.az.us .  

Monday, 9/19–A Water Rights Adjudication meeting is scheduled in the Camp Verde High School Auditorium from 6 to 8 PM.

Monday, 9/19—Community Awareness Meeting for Yavapai County Broadband Initiative will start at 5 PM at Beaver Creek School. 

Wednesday, 10/5—Open House Meet & Greet for BC School and Copper Canyon Fire Board candidates will be from 5 to 7 PM at BC School. 

Saturday, 10/22—Annual Trek for Friends of Beaver Creek Library Walk/Run.

Monday, 10/31—Halloween Spooktacular will be from 5 to 7 PM in Rollins Park.

           Hoping attendance is good at the two special meetings tonight!

  . . . . . . the Calendar Crew

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Golf Course Sale

Broadband cable and construction site

Dear Neighbors

The news that we have all been expecting for many years has finally happened. The potential buyer for the golf course, after extensions of escrow, did close the purchase at the end of August which was the drop dead date for the transaction. So, congratulations to the new owner who we hope will become a respected member of our community. We’re sure that their representative will want to meet with the community soon. 

While we have a break in this year’s extended monsoon season, please note that as fall approaches the activity level increases here. Some of the major upcoming events to put in your calendars follow. 

Monday, 9/19—Community Awareness Meeting for Yavapai County Broadband Initiative will start at 7 PM at Beaver Creek School. 17 days out (See flyer below)

Wednesday, 10/5—Open House Meet & Greet for BC School and Copper Canyon Fire Board candidates will be from 5 to 7 PM at BC School. 33 days out

Saturday, 10/22—Annual Trek for Friends of Beaver Creek Library Walk/Run. 50 days out

Monday, 10/31—Halloween Spooktacular will be from 5 to 7 PM in Rollins Park. 59 days out

                     Looking forward to getting together again

    . . . . . . the Calendar Crew

Beaver Creek Community Association www.beavercreekaz.us
PO Box 981Rimrock, AZ 86335
      

July 5, 2022

Serving Rimrock, Lake Montezuma, McGuireville, Beaver Hollow & surrounding areas

POB’s to Public Works which has delivered more sand and bags to the location next to Rimrock Post Office on the land offered by Beaver Creek Baptist Church. Please be safe if you are in a flood zone and be prepared just in case. 

If you are looking for Garrett from NAPA (Beaver Creek Service Center), he is now located at Rask’s Auto Services in McGuireville next to the minimart.

On Friday, July 8th starting at 7 PM, there will be an evening concert at Montezuma Castle. On Wednesday, the 2032 Comprehensive Plan Update will be taking comments at the Beaver Creek Library from 11 AM to 3 PM.

 Regularly Scheduled thru July 17

Tuesday, 7/5—The Beaver Creek Adult Center Board meets at 10AM in the Adult Center. Please contact Bonnie Best at 928-567-4556 for the details.

Wednesdays, All—FREE food from 2 to 5:30 PM from Bread of Life is inside the Beaver Creek Baptist Church accessed via the Rimrock Post Office road. Please come select whatever you would like.  

Wednesdays, All—FREE Kids meals are provided by Bread of Life at the BC Baptist Church from Noon to 5 PM on Mondays & Wednesdays. (See flyer below)

Wednesdays, All—Story Time & Craft Activity from 2 PM to 2:45 PM for Pre-K and Kindergartners in the BC Public Library, 928-567-4034 for more information. 

Thursdays, All—3d Doodler Pen Crafting is at the BC Public Library from 2 PM to 3 PM, 928-567-4034 for more information. (See flyer below) 

Saturdays, All—The Nature Walk at Montezuma Well is continuing through August. Please meet at 8 AM with water, hats, etc. One hour, 1/3 mile, some steep inclines and stairs.  

Mondays, All—The Nextdoor Neighbor Group meets at 9 AM at the Beaver Creek Adult Center. Please contact Bonnie Best at 928-567-4556 for the details. 

Mondays, All—FREE Kids meals are provided by Bread of Life at the BC Baptist Church from Noon to 5 PM on Mondays & Wednesdays. (See flyer below)

Date Change, Thursday, 7/14–The Beaver Creek School Governing Board meets at 6:00 PM. The agenda will be posted at www.bcs.k12.az.us . 

Sunday, 7/17—The Human Trafficking Transition Team meets from 2 PM to 3 PM in the Beaver Creek Adult Center. Help us end Human Trafficking. The contacts are Eileen Conn at 928-300-6072 or Valerie Ervin at 928-300-5718 

Thursday, 7/21–The CCF&M District Fire Board meets at 9 AM (new time) at Station 81 located at 494 S Main St in Camp Verde. Call Robyn Cook at 928-567-9401 ext 8002 for further information. Don’t forget that you can find past minutes and the current agenda on the web site at http://ccfmd.az.gov/

Beaver Creek News: July 4th, Food, Jobs & Montezuma Well

Beaver Creek eNews June 8, 2022
Grand Marshal Wyona Jaffe _ Driver Jim Andrus

Dear Neighbors
Welcome to our usual hot time in June! An excessive heat warning is posted by the National Weather Service from June 10 at 10 AM to June 11 at 8 PM. Our local Fire Marshal, Ken Krebbs, reminds us that we are still at Stage II Fire Restrictions. None the less, June is a very active time and includes getting ready for the annual 4th of July Celebration.
This year Kiwanians with the help of other organizations and individuals is bringing back the Pancake Breakfast as requested. BCCA has stepped in to help get the Duck Race up and floating again. And as always the Parade, BC Baptist Church hotdogs, Grace Lutheran lemonade and cookies, and Adult Center ice cream will be at Rollins Park.
Let’s make this the best parade ever for 2022. The registration forms are now at the Beaver Creek fire station, the Kiwanis Clothes Closet and the Beaver Creek Adult Center. It is even more fun to be in the parade than to watch it. 
The Beaver Creek Community Association is helping to bring back the Duck Race. The duck signs will go up on the 16th where merchants have the tickets for sale. Still $2 for one duck ticket or $5 for 3 entrants. The top cash prize this year is $300, $200 for 2nd place and $50 for 4th through 6th place swimmers. All proceeds from ticket sales will go toward the Bread of Life Café on Beaver Creek Rd.
This summer in addition to the Wednesday Food Shares at the BC Baptist Church, meals for children are available to be picked up or delivered on Wednesdays and Fridays from 12 to 5 PM. The Beaver Creek Library has a special Adult Armchair program on Fridays, and Saturday morning walks at Montezuma Well are back. These flyers are below. Beaver Creek School is asking us for help in filling positions. Please pass the word or consider getting involved yourself. 
This year the BCCA annual meeting is Saturday, June 25th. From 8:30 AM to 9 AM a continental breakfast is available. Beautiful piano music will accompany this. Most of the meeting will be hands on to prepare the ducks for the Duck Race. There will be a few brief reports. One board member position is available. Please let us know if you would like to run for election.

Nature Walks at Montezuma Well in June 2022 
Rimrock, AZ —Montezuma Well, a detached unit of Montezuma Castle National Monument will be conducting guided nature walks starting June 4 at 9 a.m. and continuing every Saturday throughout the month of June. Walks are free to attend.  Visitors are asked to meet at the Contact Station at 8:45 a.m. The walk will cover about 1/3 of a mile and last for one hour. The trail will have steep inclines/and or stairs. Visitors will have a chance to learn about the park’s flora, fauna, and history of the area’s natural and cultural resources. Participants are asked to bring supportive close-toed foot ware, weather appropriate protective clothing, such as a hat, as well as sunscreen and water. Montezuma Well is located at 5525 W. Beaver Creek Rd., Rimrock, AZ 86335 

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eNews 5/5/2022

May 5, 2022


Dear Neighbors


If you are getting bored staying at home or are looking for a new experience, please consider applying for a job at Beaver Creek School. Our local school is a wonderful place to work and the kids and parents will appreciate your efforts!


. . . . . . the Calendar Crew
Beaver Creek Community Association www.beavercreekaz.us
PO Box 981Rimrock, AZ 86335
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Beaver Creek eNews April 28, 2022

Surveys coming in your mail.

Dear Neighbors
What is your vision for the future of this area? Please bring your survey to a drop location. Please complete the community survey which went to the post office on Thursday, April 28.

All 2500+ mailboxes & PO boxes will receive one. Survey containers are in 8 locations. This is our opportunity to help make our voices heard to Yavapai County by participating in “Vision 2032”. Our current plan was used in the effort to stop PPE, the large 300 unit apartment complex. If you are unfamiliar with a question or don’t have an opinion, just mark Not Sure. Comments are welcome.

Thank you!!!

Beaver Creek Adult Center, 9am to Noon M-F & Noon to 3pm T, W, Th

Beaver Creek Gas Mart, 5am to 10pm Su-Th & 5 to 11pm F & Sa

Beaver Creek Public Library, 10:30am to 6 pm M-Th, 9am to 3 pm F & Sa

Beaver Creek Realty, 9am to 5pm M-F & 10am to 3pm Sa

Candy’s Creekside Cottage, 11am to 5pm Th-M, closed T & W

Jim’s Trading Post, 10am to 5pm daily

Rimrock Post Office, 8:30am to 4pm M-F

Robbie’s, 11am to 8pm Sa-Th & 11am to 11pm F


the Calendar Crew. . . . . . . .

Beaver Creek eNews April 19, 2022

Dear Neighbors


It’s April and so much is happening. First the not so good news. Copper Canyon Fire & Medical has had to respond to multiple cycle accidents and we have a RED Flag fire caution for today. Please be alert to sparks.


*Today the CCF&M District Fire Board is meeting today at 2 PM instead of the new time of 4 PM.


*On Thursday there is a poetry workshop at Montezuma Well.


*Saturday morning is the Belgium Waffle Bar Breakfast at BC Adult Center from 8:30 to 10:30 AM. Supervisor Gregory will be there from 10 to 11 AM. $6 donation


*Sunday from 3 to 5 PM is the free concert in Rollins Park to provide information about Human Trafficking. Kaleidosope will provide musical entertainment and Earth Day Crafts will be on display. Donations will be accepted to help fund a treatment program for those who have been abused.


Hoping to see everyone out & about enjoying the weekend,
. . . . . . the Calendar Crew
Motorcycle Accidents

Copper Canyon Fire & Medical crews have responded to multiple accidents over the past two days. On Sunday at approximately 1:45pm crews responded to an area off Stoneman Lake Rd for an ATV rollover with two people injured. Crews provided medical care to the injured until they could be flown to trauma centers in the Phoenix area. At approximately 7:15pm on Sunday night, crews responded to the area of Highway 260 and Horseshoe Bend Dr for a motorcycle versus truck accident. The collision caused two people to be thrown from the motorcycle with one patient being drug approximately 100 yards before the truck came to a complete stop. Both patients were flown to trauma centers in serious condition. CCFMD would like to remind everyone of the importance of wearing helmets while riding motorcycles, they could save your life. CCCFMD would like to thank DPS, DPS Ranger, Native Air, Guardian Air, Yavapai County Sheriffs Office, Coconino County Sheriffs Office, Camp Verde Marshalls Office, and Verde Valley Fire District for their response and assistance to these accidents.
 
Thanks,
Daniel Elliott
 
Copper Canyon Fire & Medical District
Battalion Chief

Red Flag Warning for Today
URGENT – FIRE WEATHER MESSAGE

National Weather Service Flagstaff AZ 224 AM MST Tue Apr 19 2022 …

RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM THIS MORNING TO 8 PM MST THIS EVENING (12 PM TO 9 PM MDT) DUE TO STRONG WINDS AND LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITY FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHERN ARIZONA

 The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a Red Flag Warning due to strong winds and low relative humidity, which is in effect from 11 AM this morning to 8 PM MST this evening. * AFFECTED AREA…Locations near Camp Verde, Chino Valley, Congress, Cottonwood, Paulden, Prescott Valley and Sedona. This includes portions of the Coconino National Forest, Kaibab National Forest, Prescott National Forest and Tonto National Forest. * WINDS…Southwest 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 40 mph. * RELATIVE HUMIDITY…5 to 10%. * IMPACTS…The combination of gusty winds and low humidity can cause fire to rapidly grow in size and intensity before first responders can contain them. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS… A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are either occurring or are imminent. Avoid outdoor activities that can cause a spark near dry vegetation, such as yard work, target shooting, or campfires. Follow local fire restrictions. Check weather.gov/flagstaff for updates and livingwithfire.info for preparedness tips.

Celebrate National Poetry Month with Workshop at Montezuma Well 

Rimrock, AZ —In celebration of National Poetry Month, poet Jodie Hollander will lead a workshop at the Montezuma Well picnic area on April 21, 2022 from 9:30 am to 12:30pm. Montezuma Well is located at 5525 W. Beaver Creek Rd., Rimrock, AZ 86335. Participants will be guided through a series of exercises to help craft an original piece focused on the significance of shelter and the idea of home in poetry.  Using the remarkable beauty of Montezuma Well, participants will be able to craft an original poem and connect to the park in a unique way. The class will center on poem structure, development, and the creative processes involved. Participants will also learn about meter and line breaks, how sound works as a gateway to the senses, and how musicality creates its own kind of meaning within a poem. Reservations are limited to 10 participants and available on a first come/first served basis. Email: moca_ranger_activities@nps.gov to RSVP.  These events are sponsored by Western National Parks Association, a nonprofit education partner of the National Park Service. Visitors’ tax-free purchases in WNPA bookstores help WNPA provide direct support to 71 NPS units across the American West. More information can be found at www.wnpa.org   About the Instructor: Jodie Hollander studied poetry in England, and her work has been published in multiple journals. She has a published collection of her work through University Press in the UK and Oxford University Press in the US.