VVPOA Spaghetti Dinner
The Verde Valley Property Owners Association Swim Group will once again serve spaghetti dinner at the clubhouse. Dinner will be served from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Salad, garlic bread, spaghetti, beverage and ice cream cone all for $5. Follow the blue signs off Del Rio, which lead to 4855 Broken Saddle Drive in Verde Village Unit 5. The public is welcome.
Archaeological Society to meet
The Verde Valley Archaeological Society will conduct its January meeting at the Sedona Public Library at 7 p.m. The speaker will be Travis Bone, archaeologist with the Coconino National Forest Service, Red Rock District. His topic will be "Fire Effects on Archaeology."
Travis was born and raised in Prescott, and has spent many years living in Flagstaff. He received his Master's degree from Northern Arizona University in 2002. In his thesis Travis explored the level of social organization within the Cohonina heartland west of Kendrick Mountain. He has worked on the Kaibab National Forest, the Tonto National Forest, and as the Mesa District archaeologist, before coming to our district in 2006.
C-OC Child Find
The Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District offers free developmental screenings for preschool children between the ages of three to five years who live in the school district and are not already receiving special education services or enrolled in Kindergarten. The screenings are typically held on a monthly basis. The screenings will check a child's speech, motor, cognitive, adaptive, and social development. Our next Child Find is scheduled for Feb. 1 and March 7. For an appointment call 634-6743.
There will be a neighborhood meeting at 7 p.m. at 1846 Arena Del Loma to provide an explanation of the petition Norman and Jeanette Vandiver have submitted to the Town of Camp Verde, requesting rezoning of Lot #404-18-161G from RL-70 to RL-35 and approval of a General Plan amendment from Rural Residential to Low Density Residential.
Pool hours could be limited
Verde Village pool summer 2008 may possibly only be open for morning adult swim due to the lack of volunteers, money and interest. For information call (928) 646-3584.