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• P C C   N E W S • PV Library Events . .......... 4 & 5 Dewey Library Events.............5 POA General Meeting.............6 Wonderling.............................. 7 The Sky This Month................8 Reiki - Get Life Moving...........9 Herbalist - Nettles.................. 11 Conditions Effects Eyes....... 12 Jewelry - Spring Green......... 13 A Taste of Wine..................... 14 PV Chamber Report............. 19 Medical Marijuana Q&A.......20 PGCC Ladies Golf................. 21 Men’s Golf..............................22 Investing in Real Estate.......23 Law Incident Report.............24 Adopt a Pet............................25 CASA Schedule.....................26 Classifieds............................. 27 Service Directory............ 27-30 POA Office Ping Pong Sundays 1:00-2:30pm Mary 775-4727 Exercise Tues & Thurs 9:30-10:30am Susan 772-4425 Sew What? Third Monday each month Mary 632-9163 American Sewing Guild 2nd Mon 9:00 am-3:00pm Dawn 772-3789 Cribbage 1st & 3rd Mon 2:00-5:00pm Carol 928-713-1799 Grace 772-1533 Bridge Every Friday at noon Marcia 775-6674 NEWS FROM THE OFFICE LEASH LAW REMINDER The office has been receiving a number of complaints re- garding loose dogs running through the subdivision and own- ers of dogs not picking up after their pets. As a reminder to all owners and renters, as per Yavapai County Ordinance Number 2000-3, pets must be on a leash and attended to when out of the confines of your yard.  Ex- cessive barking and stray dogs should be reported to Yavapai County Animal Control at 928-771-3260.  Yavapai County Ordinance number 1997-2 requires all owners of dogs carry a baggie and clean up after your pet when it is outside of your yard.  This ordinance also requires that you keep your yard clean of feces as well.  Accumulation of feces creates a breed- ing place for flies and other undesirable insects which can create a serious health problem.    The POA and your neighbors thank you for keeping your dog on a leash, picking up after your dog and controlling ex- cessive barking. PCC POA DUES FOR 2018   The POA would like to extend a sincere Thank You to the   PCC News monthly is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts. The informa- tion contained in this publication is received from sources that are considered to be reli- able. PCC News is not responsible for any errors or schedule changes. Views, opinions or suggestions contained herein are not necessarily the opinion of the publishers.   Deadline for submissions for the next issue is the 15th. For ads, articles, pho- tos and information, call 772-0849, email: pccnews@pccnewsmonthly.com Pub- lisher: Jeanette (Jan) Dowling, 11028 E. Lariat Lane, Dewey, Arizona 86327 www.PCCNewsMonthly.com Local Events & Activities IONS is meeting at the Activity Center on Tues, March 27th from 6 to 7:30 pm.  
 
Our presenter will be JOSEPH PAUL MCCAFFREY, MA, MS
founder of Seed & Stone Institute htp://seedandstone.org/ and co-founder of South- west Soulquest https://southwestsoulquest.org/ here in Prescott. Joseph’s programs are designed to revitalize and “re-wild” our lives through a reconnection with nature. Come learn how to increase your resiliency, wisdom, imagination and quality of life with his original soulcentric, nature-based, practices. On The Go With P.E.O.! P.E.O. Chapter FH is loading up the Master’s Touch bus again and heading to the AZ Science Center in Phoenix!  We will spend the day exploring Old Pompeii, its destruction, preservation and re-discovery.  Save the date, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, with reservations due by March 1.  The $70 fee includes your transportation, goodies on the bus, and admission to the museum and exhibit.  For more information and reservations, call 928- 515-3342 or 928-772-7213. non-mandatory members who have supported the POA through the years.  If you are a non-mandatory member and you would like to continue your support, the 2018 As- sociation dues are $38. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. Benefits and services available to P OA members include: -  Free use of the activity center -  Free use of lending library (books, magazines, puzzles) -  Free annual directory -  Copy machine (10 cents per copy) -  Fax machine (free if local call, $1.00 per page long distance) -  Community social events -  Community garage sales -  CC&R’s Violation Control -  Non-Mandatory Members who pay dues will hold the status of “Special Membership” and can vote in upcom- ing elections   Supporting the PCC POA I am a non-mandatory member and I would like to support the POA for 2018. I am attaching a check in the amount of $38.00.  NAME:_____________________________________ ADDRESS:__________________________________ LOT NUMBER:______________________________ pccnews  March 2018  3