Monday, November 28, 2011

Chris Haines Appointed PC's New Dean of Student Affairs

(PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 28, 2011) – Phoenix College, a premier institution of higher learning, has named Chris Haines as its Dean of Student Affairs. She began her new role on November 1, 2011.

Haines has been working in the Maricopa Community Colleges system since 1988, starting at Mesa Community College. For the previous 10 months before joining PC, she served as interim associate dean of enrollment services at South Mountain Community College. Last year, she served an eight-month term as interim dean of student services at Scottsdale Community College during a national recruitment for that position. Prior to that, she served as interim associate dean of student development at South Mountain Community College, and also served as director of athletics and the fitness center at SMCC for six years.

Throughout her career, Haines has served on numerous college, district and national committees, as well as a tri-chair for SMCC’s successful Higher Learning Commission accreditation in 2009.

“Her ability to see the big picture, to work and collaborate with diverse groups, and to find a way to lead everyone in the same direction for the good of the institution and its students will be an asset to our campus community,” said PC President Dr. Anna Solley.

A native of Zion, Illinois, Haines attended Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota, becoming the first in her family to earn a college degree. She majored in political science. She went on to receive a master’s in Educational Counseling from Northern Arizona University and is currently working on her doctorate degree in Educational Leadership/Higher Education at NAU.

She also played collegiate volleyball and coached both volleyball and basketball at two- and four-year colleges.

So far, she's enjoyed PC’s diverse campus community and her new role. “PC has a real appreciation of its history,” she said. "It's traditional but also innovative. And diversity is a great part of the college."

One of her roles at PC will be to assure the college’s new One-Stop Enrollment Center, which will be open for the upcoming spring semester, is operating at a high level. “We want to make it a place where staff can do their best work every day,” she said. “We believe it can be a national model.”

As dean, she oversees all student conduct issues and will serve as a conduit between PC administration and staff.

"I will always advocate for students," said Haines. "That's priority one as dean."

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Meet the Artist: PC Student Nancy Joplin

The annual Phoenix College Holiday Art Sale will feature original arts and crafts created by PC students, staff and faculty. Come out to the Eric Fischl Gallery on December 7-8 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and support our talented Phoenix College artists while finding great holiday gifts for everyone on your list.

Reminder: only cash will be accepted as payment.

Also, take time to meet the artists who will be selling their pieces. Read about them in the Q & A below.

Nancy Joplin

Where did you grow up, and where do you live now?

I grew up in Northern Illinois and moved to Phoenix in 1988 mainly because of the Chicago winters.

How did you come to take classes at Phoenix College?

Phoenix College is literally a minute away from my house. I began taking classes as a hobby. I wanted to learn piano, so I took piano classes. I wanted to learn how to design websites, so I took a web design class. I wanted to learn to make jewelry and I took some lost wax casting classes. The ceramics classes always seemed to be full when I first started going to PC, so when a class finally opened up, I scheduled it and have been here ever since.

Tell me about your experience at Phoenix College?

I have always found PC to be a good fit. Art classes have been my main focus. It's been great watching the Fine Art Department evolve with the new building and the Eric Fischl Gallery opening in 2010. I have found many long lasting friendships at PC. During that time, I served many years on the Alumni Board and Alumni Executive Board and I currently am a member of the President's Advisory Board.

What type of art are you doing and how did you get there?

I've always wanted to learn ceramics and once I started, I couldn't stop. I learn hand-building as well as throwing and can't really say which I like better. I'm still learning things every day from other students as well as the instructors. There is so much to learn not just about how to make or form an object, but there is the clay and glazes and how they interact with each other.

Why do you do the art that you are doing now?

I love the feel of the clay and molding it into objects. Over time, I developed a pattern of making everything I make useful. It's funny how you look back on things and see a pattern that you unknowingly develop. I'm branching out, or at least trying to.

What other interest do you have?

There are lots of things that interest me. I love animals and nature like many people. I like everything from scuba diving to home projects. I volunteer with a group called Creative Arts in Healing. We conduct clay workshops about twice a month at The Wellness Community, which is a local cancer support program.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Meet the Artist: Phoenix College Student Rich Runyan

Rich Runyan
The annual Phoenix College Holiday Art Sale will feature original arts and crafts created by PC students, staff and faculty. Come out to the Eric Fischl Gallery on December 7-8 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and support our talented Phoenix College artists while finding great holiday gifts for everyone on your list.

Reminder: only cash will be accepted as payment.

Also, take time to meet the artists who will be selling their pieces. Read their thoughts and comments in the Q & A below.

Rich Runyan, PC Ceramics student

What type of art do you do?

I’ve taken almost every art course and now I’m focused on ceramics. You get addicted to clay. It’s like riding a bicycle. You struggle, struggle, struggle then one day off you go.

What is it about working with clay that you enjoy most?

Clay is three-dimensional. Clay lends itself to sculpture and as functional ware. Sometimes I like to sculpt. There’s also mixed media where you can incorporate wood and metal. There’s always a challenge, something new you can do. It’s something you can do that is yours, especially with the glazes.

Why are you taking art courses at Phoenix College?

The faculty and students have always been friendly and helpful. The ceramics program is not your typical classroom. The instructors are supportive and knowledgeable. And I like the one-on-one relationships you can develop here.

Monday, November 14, 2011

The Raul H. Castro Institute of Phoenix College to honor WWII Fighter Pilot Ace at luncheon

(PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 14, 2011) – Latino Perspectives Magazine, the Raul H. Castro Institute of Phoenix College and title sponsor Salt River Project will present this year’s fourth Annual “Honoring Those Who Serve” tribute on Wednesday, November, 16, 2011, at the downtown Phoenix Wyndham Hotel.

This year’s event will celebrate and honor the accomplishments of the late Arthur Van Haren, Jr., a World War II ace fighter pilot born in Superior, Ariz., and raised in Phoenix.

Following his military service, Mr. Van Haren went on to have an outstanding legal career in Maricopa County and rarely spoke of his military accomplishments. Now he is being recognized as one of Arizona’s most decorated fighter pilots for his exploits in the Pacific theater. A naval aviator and member of the "Flying Rippers," Mr. Van Haren was credited with downing at least 9 Japanese fighter planes and earned numerous medals from the U.S. military, including the Distinguished Flying Cross.

He also will be the first Latino to be inducted into the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame.

The luncheon event honoring him will take place Nov. 16, 2011, at the Wyndham Hotel in downtown Phoenix from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The posthumous tribute to Mr. Van Haren will be emceed by City of Phoenix Manager David Cavazos and CBS 5 News Anchor Catherine Anaya.

Past “Honoring Those Who Serve” events have honored “Easy Company” Korean War veterans, the Women’s Auxiliary Group from the American Legion Post 41, and documentarian and historian Pete Dimas.

Other event sponsors this year are BlueCross BlueShield of Arizona, American Family Insurance, Arizona Public Service, Arizona Lottery, Hospice of the Valley, Phoenix School of Law and Rio Salado College.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Phoenix College History Makers Alumni Hall of Fame Awards Set for Nov. 17

(PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 10, 2011) – What do Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, former Arizona Governor Rose Mofford, Arizona State Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch, and world-renowned artist Eric Fischl have in common? They are all Phoenix College alumni who have been inducted into the college’s Hall of Fame.

On November 17, 2011, alumni and community members will gather to honor the 2011 Hall of Fame inductees at the 13th annual Phoenix College Alumni History Makers Scholarship Dinner and Auction. Among them are educators, judges, politicians and community advocates.

The event begins with a reception and silent auction at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and an awards program. It will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn, 4000 N. Central Avenue in Phoenix.

This year’s honorees are:

Signature Award Recipients
Lela Alston, ’67
Al Battle, ’72
Shirley Hawkins, ’71
Patrick Irvine, ’76
Moody Jackson, ’68
Marty Manning, ’70
Gregory Pafford, ’80
Ralph Sandoval, ’69

Legend Award
Lori Bayless, ’05
Ann Oehmke, ’53

Heritage Award
Gail Jamieson
Ronald Dean Price

Tickets are $55 per person, and net proceeds benefit the Alumni Scholarship Program in the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation, which helps financially deserving students attend Phoenix College. For tickets and information, contact Paula Miller at 602.285.7652.

Biographies of inductees
Rep. Lela Alston ‘67
A Phoenix native and graduate of Phoenix Union High School, Rep. Lela Alston currently serves as a Representative for District 15 at the Arizona House of Representatives, where she serves on the Appropriations, Commerce, and Environment Committees. In 1976, Rep. Alston was elected to the Arizona State Senate where she was a member on the Appropriations Committee for all 18 years of her service until 1995.

Alston focused her support on programs designed to strengthen the state’s education system, and improve healthcare and economic conditions for children and families. Her tireless efforts resulted in the creation of Arizona State University’s West Campus. In 1995, she spearheaded efforts to bring Metro Tech High School a licensed primary care facility in partnership with Banner Health Care.

Mr. Alvin Battle ‘72
Born in Sapulpa, Oklahoma and raised in Phoenix, Alvin Battle began his career at the Arizona Bank in the mail room and was later promoted to supervisor of computer operations, a position he held for more than 25 years. While still employed with the bank, he pursued an additional career in real estate. He eventually became the CEO of his own company, Battle Realty.

Battle’s contributions to the community have included coaching his Pop Warner Football Team to a league championship and The Stewart Boys and Girls Club Basketball Team to a state championship. He hosted the Martin Luther King Jr. Basketball Classic for several years and he was an original member of the Martin Luther King Celebration Committee. The Arizona Juvenile Justice Advisory Board has honored him in recognition of his service and commitment to youth. He was awarded the Living Legend Award by the Phoenix College NAACP/Black Student Union in 2010. He currently serves on the Maryvale Planning Committee and the Cricket Pavilion Task Force.

Lori Bayless ‘05
A fourth generation Arizonan, Lori Bayless was born in Phoenix and raised in the Los Angeles/San Diego area. As the daughter of Dick and Patty Norton, she is the second generation of alumni to become active in supporting Phoenix College through the Phoenix College Alumni Association (PCAA) and has served Phoenix College and the PCAA for more than ten years in various roles, including President and Vice-President.

Bayless’s community involvement also includes PTO officer at her children’s schools; youth leader; youth camp director; presenting financial education seminars through the First Financial Education Centre; and humanitarian service in Brazil and Peru with her husband. While in Brazil, her husband built churches for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and she also taught English at a local school. In Peru, they helped install a roof on a community center for a small village.

Shirley Hawkins ‘71
Shirley Hawkins is a registered nurse who has spent the bulk of her career as a school nurse in the Wilson School District for 18 years in addition to six years in the Murphy School District. She has also worked at St. Joseph Hospital, Camelback Hospital, Maricopa Medical Center and Health Department, Thunderbird Health Care Center, Glencroft Care Center, and Heartland Hospice. She currently works for the Arizona Department of Health Services as a medical facility license surveyor. In 2008, Hawkins was elected to the board of the National Federation of Grandmothers Clubs of America as its national treasury. Her local club is the Helping Hands Grandmothers.

Born and raised in Phoenix, Hawkins attended Phoenix Union High School and then Phoenix College where she received her associate’s degree in nursing. She went on to receive her bachelor’s degree from Ottawa University and her master’s degree from the University of Phoenix.

Hon. Patrick Irvine ‘76
Much of the Honorable Patrick Irvine’s life has revolved around Phoenix College. He was born just east of the college at St. Joseph’s Hospital, grew up several miles to the north, attended high school a half-mile to the west at what was then called West High School, and has spent most of his professional career several miles to the south at the state capital.

Irvine attended Phoenix College in 1976 before transferring to Arizona State University. He went on to earn three university degrees, work as an in-house lawyer for the Gila River Indian Community, successfully argue a case before the United States Supreme Court, and act as an adjunct instructor at Phoenix College for nine years. He currently serves as the vice chief judge of the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division 1, a position he has held for eight years. In addition, he is a faculty associate at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.

Dr. Moody Jackson ‘68
Dr. Moody Jackson is a well-respected educator, professional athlete, and community advocate. Jackson began his athletic career at South Mountain High School, where he lettered in four different varsity sports. Although Jackson had an impressive career as an athlete, he is most proud of his career in education. After leaving the Canadian Football League in 1978, he began coaching at his alma mater, South Mountain High School. He served as an assistant track coach, head girls basketball coach, and the head football coach. In addition, he began his teaching career in the Phoenix Union High School District in 1979 and taught for six years. He later served as an assistant principal at several schools before being selected as the principal of South Mountain High School. He went on to receive his doctorate degree at Northern Arizona University and later became the athletic director for the Phoenix Union High School District.

After graduating from South Mountain, he attended Phoenix College where he was selected to the Arizona Junior College All Conference First Team and was a member of the Junior College Grid Wire All American Football Team. He went on to New Mexico State University where he also excelled as a football player. After leaving New Mexico State, he signed a contract with the Green Bay Packers as a free agent and later played in the Canadian Football League.

Dr. Gail Jamieson
Dr. Gail Jamieson is a faculty emeritus of Phoenix College who served as the chair of the Art Department for five years during which time she was a pioneer in the computer graphics field. In 1986, she was recognized as the “Innovator of the Year” at Phoenix College for her work in this area. She developed and implemented the Computer Graphics Certificate and degree programs at Phoenix College as well as the art computer labs. She was also instrumental in obtaining several of the professional sculptures that enhance the campus today. In her many courses at Phoenix College, Jamieson provided basic art foundations for such notable artists as Eric Fischl and Forrest Richardson.

Jamieson began working for Phoenix College in 1968. Before that time, she was an art resource teacher for Alhambra Elementary School District. Today, she continues to excel in both academic and professional areas.

Marty Manning ‘70
While a high school student at Brophy College Preparatory, Marty Manning discovered his passion for theater. After working odd jobs throughout the country after graduation, he decided to come back to Phoenix and enrolled at Phoenix College in 1965 and joined the Tau Omega fraternity. He participated in numerous stage productions, both behind the scenes and as a performer. Acting roles at Phoenix College led to other theatrical adventures at Phoenix Little Theater, Mesa Little Theater, Stagebrush in Scottsdale, and several others. He credits his teachers and instructors at Phoenix College for his passion in theater arts, especially the late John Paul.

Since graduating from Phoenix College in 1970, Manning has been in the radio business almost continually. He began his career at local “underground” station KCAC, and then joined the initial staff at KDKB, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Other radio jobs took Manning to Austin, Houston, San Jose, and Cincinnati. He returned to Phoenix in 1985 to work at 99.9 (then KLZI, now KEZ) and has remained there ever since. He is an active PC alumnus.

Ann Oehmke ‘53
Ann Oehmke has had a lifelong connection to Phoenix College and the Maricopa Community Colleges. In addition to being a Phoenix College alumna, she returned to serve as a faculty member and staff development coordinator. She chaired and served on countless campus committees, coached numerous sports, served as advisor and department chair of Women’s Athletics, was an advisor for physical education, and developed the first fitness facility for women’s activities as well as the first Advisement Center in conjunction with the Counseling Department.

In addition, Oehmke developed and coordinated the Neighborhood College in conjunction with the City of Phoenix and produced many campus social and wellness activities. She was actively involved in helping develop Phoenix College as a community of caring, concerned citizens focused on student issues. She eventually accepted a position at the Maricopa Community Colleges District office Think Tank program, where she developed and coordinated MARISERVE, made possible through a grant from the Ford Foundation.

Dr. Gregory Pafford ‘80
Dr. Gregory Pafford attended Phoenix College in the late 1970s before transferring to Arizona State University to receive his bachelor’s degree in biology in 1982. He went on to earn his doctorate in dental science from the University of the Pacific in 1986. For almost two decades he has served on the boards of numerous charitable organizations. A founding member of the Dave Pratt Boys and Girls Club Dental Clinic, he continues his commitment through regular involvement with local school districts and providing follow-up care to children participating in annual Give Kids A Smile events.

In addition to maintaining a successful private practice in Phoenix, he has served in leadership positions on the boards of numerous professional organizations. During his presidency with the Arizona Dental Foundation, he conducted programs where volunteers saw close to 8,000 patients and delivered $2.17 million in free treatment to underserved communities across Arizona. He has also served as the president of the Central Arizona Dental Association and is currently the vice president of the Arizona Dental Association. In 2007, the Arizona Dental Foundation named him “Dentist of the Year.”

Ronald Price
The late Ronald Price was the longest serving professor in the history of the Maricopa Community Colleges District at 38 years. A respected accounting professor at Phoenix College in addition to being a highly skilled tax accountant, he mentored thousands of students and helped them gain skilled employment. Today, his legacy lives on through the Ronald D. Price Memorial Scholarship which benefits students at Phoenix College and helped young people achieve skilled employment.

Raised by his grandmother who lacked resources to send her two grandsons to college, Price worked in the oil fields of Texas in order to earn money to go to school. He eventually saved enough money to begin taking classes at Eastern New Mexico University and went on to earn an MBA from there in 1964. He and his wife Pat moved to Phoenix shortly thereafter. After three years working for Arthur Anderson & Co, he became a PC professor so he could spend more time with his family. While teaching at Phoenix College, he grew a successful accounting practice into what is now known as Price, Kong & Co.

Ralph Sandoval ‘69
Ralph Sandoval joined the Maricopa Community Colleges District in 1999 as a reading specialist. He brought a wealth of experience gained both in public schools, but also his services as an education officer for the Arizona National Guard. He has served as the president of MACHE where he worked closely with Maricopa Community College officials to advocate for and improve educational programs for Arizona’s Latino student community. He has served in department administration and various important committees representing the interests of the Phoenix College Reading Department and its students. He has helped to develop curriculum, materials, assessments, and online learning content to help meet the needs of the culturally and linguistically diverse student population served by Phoenix College.

He received his associate’s degree from Phoenix College in 1969. Afterward, he attended the University of Arizona where he received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education. Afterward, he enjoyed a distinguished career with the Phoenix Union High School District. He taught courses in bilingual English, English, and helped develop the freshman orientation program at Alhambra High School.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

PC Partnership Program Receives $600,000 Lumina Grant

(PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 9) – Lumina Foundation has awarded a $600,000, four-year grant to a partnership involving Phoenix College, City of Phoenix and Phoenix Union High School District to strengthen educational attainment for Latino students in the metro Phoenix area.

“Degree Phoenix” will support and enhance pathways from high school to college and college to workforce as part of Lumina’s commitment to improve college level educational attainment among all Americans. Phoenix College, flagship member of Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD), will serve as the lead partner for the program.

“These types of partnerships are vitally important to helping the United States remain economically competitive,” said Maricopa Community Colleges Chancellor Rufus Glasper. “Reaching world-class levels of college attainment will require us to find ways to assure that dramatically more students have the opportunity to succeed in higher education.”

Phoenix College President Dr. Anna Solley said the grant will put the college in a strong position to help its students reach their educational goals. “Education is the most valuable investment, holding the power to change a student’s life while strengthening our workforce and our communities,” she said. “Phoenix College proudly serves as an Hispanic Serving Institution and 37% of our students are of Hispanic descent. We are passionately committed to working with our partners to increase the percentage of Latino students who achieve degree or certificate completion.”

Specifically, the Phoenix grant will be used to:

• Provide students more academic options via Arizona's primary articulation pathway (Arizona General Education Curriculum and Maricopa to ASU Pathways Program);
• Create single point-of-contact resources to student and families;
• Target Workforce Investment Act (WIA) eligible youth interested in earning certificates and credentials while enrolled in GED programs;
• Employ the use of a common data system to better track education and career success.
The partnership will engage Latino youth at different points along the educational pipeline, with a goal of increasing number of students receiving postsecondary credentials by 20 percent over a six-year period.

“This partnership fits perfectly with our mission of preparing every student for success in college, career and life,” said Dr. Kent Scribner, superintendent of the Phoenix Union High School District. “Half of Arizona’s 1.3 million K-12 students are Latino, and they represent our city and our state’s future. Eighty percent of Phoenix Union students are Latino, and we know that most of them aspire to attend college, but there are challenges that they must overcome. I am grateful that many outstanding community resources will be mobilized to assist in efforts to have more students, and hence, more Latinos, getting to and succeeding in higher education.”

The City of Phoenix’s participation will revolve around College Depot, a free full-service college planning program offered at the city’s main library to youth interested in pursuing education, as a key entry point and expanding that model through community-based organizations. The City's Workforce Investment Act program will also provide a variety of programs and services to economically disadvantaged Latino youth between the ages of 14-21 to access and complete postsecondary education.

“If we are serious about our future, then we cannot afford to waste the promise of any student, no matter who they are or what neighborhood they come from,” said City of Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon. “We took a giant step with College Depot, a one-stop shop to get students in the college door. This grant will help us make sure they leave with the education and degree they need – and that is a good thing for us all.”

The grant is part of the Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation’s just announced launch of a $7.2 million collaborative partnership with12 partners in 10 states. The project is designed to strengthen ventures in key metropolitan areas that show promise in improving the postsecondary attainment of Latino students.

“The Latino success project is the culmination of nearly two years of planning and engagement with many foundations and national leaders in the Latino community, said Lumina President and CEO Jamie Merisotis. Through these partnerships, we aim to build bridges among leadership groups already working to improve Latino college student success.”

At more than 50 million nationwide, Latinos represent the largest and fastest-growing population group in the country. By 2025, half of the nation’s workers will be of Latino descent. At that time, 63 percent of all jobs in the United States will require some form of postsecondary education or training, according labor economists

Monday, November 7, 2011

Phoenix College Volleyballers Capture Region I Championship

(PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 7, 2011) -- The Phoenix College volleyball team earned a trip to the NJCAA tournament after defeating Chandler-Gilbert Community College in the Region I title match on Saturday, Nov. 5 at PC’s North Gym.

The Lady Bears defeated CGCC in four games to become the Region I tournament champions. The team’s run to the title included defeating South Mountain Community College in five games on Thursday and turning back Scottsdale Community College in three games on Friday.

It took two matches against Chandler-Gilbert CC to earn the championship in the double-elimination tournament. The Bears lost the first match to the runners-up in the 4 p.m. contest on Saturday, but stormed back to win the 7 p.m. match and the championship.

“They are a very determined group that set strong goals and have worked very hard to hit those goals as a group,” said PC Head Volleyball Coach Amanda Liebermann. “We have a nice cohesiveness as a team.”

The Bears were led by Ally Kohlhase, an opposite hitter who was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

“She has been our top attacker and one of our top point producers all year,” said Coach Liebermann, who is in her fourth year.

The Region 1 tournament was hosted by Phoenix College after the Bears finished atop their conference. Coach Liebermann credited a strong home crowd with helping energize her players.

“The atmosphere here was tremendous,” she said. “It was awesome to have that kind of support.”

The Bears will now travel to Toledo, Ohio for the Nov. 17 start of the NJCAA tournament. The tournament is being held at Owens Community College Nov. 17-19. The Bears are still waiting to see who their opponent will be in the opening match.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

PC Holiday Art Sale Set for Dec. 7-8

(PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 3, 2011) – Looking to kick off your holiday shopping with some affordable arts and crafts? The Phoenix College Holiday Art Sale might be just what you had in mind.

The sale will be held over two days, December 7th and 8th, at the Eric Fischl Gallery on the PC campus, 1202 W. Thomas Road. It will run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.

A large selection of original art and crafts created by PC students, staff and faculty will be available, including ceramics, jewelry, paintings, photographs, glass and more.

"It's like a mini arts festival," said Nancy Joplin, a PC art student who will have some of her ceramics pieces for sale. "There's a lot to look at, especially if you're looking for one of a kind pieces."

Come out support our talented Phoenix College artists while finding great holiday gifts for everyone on your list – including yourself!

Reminder: this year, we’re only accepting cash for payment.

When: December 7-8, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Where: Phoenix College, Eric Fischl Fine Arts Gallery (located on the 2nd floor of the Fine and Performing Arts Building), 1202 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85013

For more information, call 602.285.7283