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Breakfast ends @ 11
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As we have had no further reports of residents or staff with COVID in Roadhaven, we will move away from Level 1 and back to 100% capacity in all buildings effective today, Friday, December 17. Please continue to make informed decisions regarding your personal safety/health and let us know if you’ve tested positive by emailing the general manager at email@example.com or by filling out the confidential online form here. Thank you to all the residents who have already utilized the form to keep us informed.
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Roadhaven Volunteers Needed
The Volunteer Street Sweepers of Roadhaven help keep our park clean…and our shoes….and our pet’s feet. Volunteers would operate the sweeper one day a week for about two hours. Training is provided.
Garden Shed and Medical Building
Volunteers are needed for 1/2 day a week to open the Garden Shed and Medical Building. A pager and golf cart are provided. When equipment is needed residents call Security and Security then calls the volunteer. The volunteer opens the buildings for residents who need equipment and again when items are returned.
If you have questions please call:
Bill Kramer 480-982-4937
Mary Charlton 701-388-7733
The Volunteer Patrol Program was developed to supplement Roadhaven’s Security Patrol and we have openings. Volunteers will not be actively involved in any violations and will report their observations directly to Security Patrol personnel who will respond. If you are interested, you can submit your volunteer form here or you can reach out to Dan Vos via email at roadhavenvolunteerpatrol@
Trails & Tails 5k
Dogs are a big part of our families and they need exercise and love the outdoors as much as we do. So we’ve decided to change up our annual Fit Family 5k at Prospector Park to include our 4 legged family members! Bring your family and your pups to the Trails & Tails 5k on January 22nd. The Parks and Recreation staff will be stationed in the desert, ready to cheer you on to the finish line. To enjoy the beautiful outdoor trails with your entire family and your pups, we are requiring pre-registration. Start waves will be in 10-minute increments between 8:30am-9:30am, with limited numbers per wave. Registration will be open through January 21st, 2022. Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to your start time to check in. All pups must be well behaved and on leash at all time. Pups are not required to participate.
Paws and Claws Care Center (PCCC) will be joining us at the event. They will be collecting items such as cat litter, bleach, Dawn dish soap, canned dog and cat food, dog and cat treats and hard dog toys for strong chewers (such as Kong or Nylabone). PCCC provides services to the residents of Apache Junction such as adoptions, licensing, public outreach and education and many other services.
The Arizona Parks and Recreation Association’s “LeashUpCleanUp” campaign is a collaborative, statewide effort to encourage and remind people to keep their dogs on a leash and clean up after their pets. The campaign is meant to increase awareness about the impact dog waste has on the environment, health, and public safety as well as the importance of keeping your dog leashed in public spaces. In Arizona, it’s the law that your dog needs to be on a leash when out in public unless you are in an off-leash dog park. No matter where you take your dog or how well trained they are, your dog is safer when on a leash and you are too. Ever think it’s no big deal if you don’t pick up your dog’s poop? Imagine that there’s one dog for every ten people. In a medium-sized town of 100,000 people, that’s 10,000 dogs. Now imagine if NONE of those people picked up their dog’s waste. That’s 10,000 to 20,000 poops on the ground every day! Pack it in, Pack it out!
This event is also the January My Park = My Gym: Park2Park Fitness challenge route. Run, walk or dance “Your Way” to complete the 5k. Register for the January 22nd event or complete it on your own. Route will be marked January 15th-23rd. Join the challenge and learn how our parks can become your gym. Registration is currently open for this virtual program.
Parks and Recreation would like to thank the Lost Dutchman Marathon; without their support these events would not be possible.
For more information on either of these programs or other programs and services, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 480-474-5240 or visit our website at www.apachejunctionaz.gov/parks.
My Park = My Gym; Park2Park Fitness Challenge
The My Park = My Gym; Park2Park Fitness Challenge highlights four different parks in our community with a different challenge at each entity. The challenges are done on your own with some guidance along the way. Register your whole family and discover how you can turn our parks into your gym!
The first challenge may have been in November, but the trails outside the Multigenerational Center are open to anyone at any time. Use the map in the tracking booklet to assist in this challenge. In December we go south to Silly Mountain Park with a “Holiday Hike and Seek” where participants can hunt for holiday pinecone ornaments as they enjoy the well maintained trails and Botanical Walk. Travel north in January to Prospector Park for a 5k Your Way! What a great way to kick off the new year with your family. Run, walk, dance or roll your way to the finish line. Don’t want to do the 5k alone? January 22nd is a group 5k option, register for the free Trails & Tails 5k (pup welcome!) and be motivated by other outdoor enthusiasts! February is heart health awareness month. Get your heart pumping at Superstitions Shadows Park with the Heart Healthy Hustle. This challenge includes intervals of cardiovascular movement and strength exercises that anyone can do using the different equipment found at the park. Each month includes a “bonus challenge” for those that want to take their fitness challenge to the next level!
Registration is now open and can be done online or in person at the Multi-Generational Center located on the North East corner of Idaho and Superstition Blvd. Just $10 for the entire family! Receive your My Park = My Gym t-shirt at the end of the challenge.
Details about these programs can be found in our Citizen brochure. Pick one up at the Multi-Generational Center or find it online at www.apachejunctionaz.gov/parks. For questions, please contact Jill Ruot at 480-474-5248 or email@example.com . For other program and service information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 480-474-5240 or visit our website at www.apachejunctionaz.gov/parks.
“If you worry about what might be, and wonder what might have been, you will ignore what is.” – Anon
David and Shirley Laabs
We are saddened to announce that long-time residents David and Shirley Laabs have both passed away. Shirley Laabs passed August 17, 2020, and her husband David Henry Laabs passed July 7, 2021. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.