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Table of Contents

Welcome to the Winter 2020 Edition of Gateway

Globe

Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center..............................4

Cliffton

See What’s in Cliffton.........................................................5

Safford

Take a Ride of a Lifetime...................................................7

Safford

2020 Intertribal Pow Wow..................................................8

Traditional Apache Dress Making .....................................9

Map.............................................................................12, 13

Young

Bruzzi’s Vineyard.............................................................14

Apache Junction

Lecture Series at Superstition Mountain Museum..........14

Superior

Superior Home Tour...................................................16, 17

Gold Canyon

Canyon Sounds Performance Series................................18

Miami

Miami Loco Call for Artists.............................................20

Globe

SYMTP Lion King Jr........................................................21

Treating the Body the way it was Intended to be Treated.....22

Gateway Staff

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Editorial

Cassie Tafoya, Susanne Jerome,

Andrea Justice

Composing

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Arizona Silver Belt

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Globe, AZ 85502

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Contributors:

Diane Drobka, Mila Besich-Lira, Susan Anderson, Paul Wolterbeek,

Marlow Cassadore

Cover photo:

This cover photo was taken by Paul Wolterbeek

Copper Country News

PO Box 1692

298 N. Pine St.

Globe, AZ 85502

928-425-0355

www.coppercountrynews.com

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Since 1913, Cobre Valley

Regional Medical

Center (CVRMC) has

provided health services to

Globe-Miami. More than a

century later, CVRMC continues

to grow with the changing

needs of the population it

serves, providing care to the

region of the Copper Corridor

and the communities of Tonto

Basin, Young, and Roosevelt,

located north of Globe-Miami.

The strength of CVRMC is

the focus on five areas which

include the patient experience,

people, growth, community,

and financial stewardship.

CVRMC holds themselves

accountable for providing

compassionate, quality, patient-centered

care. Their earnest

responsibility is to grow

medical services according

to the needs of the population

and they take to heart their

social and public responsibilities

as healthcare leaders to

be engaged with the communities

they serve and to be responsible

for the planning and

management of their financial

resources.

For CVRMC, 2019 brought

about many changes, additions,

and on-going programs.

The staff of CVRMC continued

several training classes in

communication and empathic

interaction. Every new hire,

medical intern, and contracted

worker participated in customer

service training and evaluations

continued to be based on

standards of performance. Dr.

Ring and Dr. Werrell of the

Providing health services for a century

Red Rock Clinic became

providers of CVRMC

and the CV Tonto Basin

Clinic opened for service.

The new Skin Clinic

provides removal and

biopsies for any unusual

growth. For patients on

dialysis, in-patient dialysis

was implemented this

past summer, eliminating

the need to be transferred

to another facility.

Pharmacy services were

implemented at the CV

Kearny Clinic when the

only pharmacy in town closed

its doors. The addition of the

Observation Unit has been

beneficial for patients, allowing

physicians to monitor their

health condition before admitting

them to in-patient status

or, if their condition improves,

discharging them home.

Medical equipment continues

to be a priority for

CVRMC. Two hyperbaric

chambers were added to the

Wound Clinic services to deliver

advanced treatment for

difficult wounds. An additional

C-Arm was purchased for surgical

procedures, a blood gas

analyzer, a “Phaco” machine

for cataract surgeries, stress

test equipment, an additional

ultrasound machine, and updated

wheelchairs.

CVRMC is not sitting back

in regards to the treatment of

cancer. Chemotherapy is now

offered at the hospital and has

been steadily growing in patient

volume. The radiation

building located on the hospital

campus has

been purchased

by

CVRMC to

begin radiation

treatments

by

March of

2020. The

purchase of

the “Halcyon” radiation machine

is the latest and most

precise technology used to destroy

cancer cells. CVRMC

will be the first hospital in the

state to acquire this top-of-theline

technology to benefit those

who are currently traveling

great distances over long periods

of time for radiation treatments.

The purchase of the “Hologic”

3D mammography machine

will provide the earliest detection

of breast cancer. Hologic

takes previous mammography

one step further and will produce

an image 30% higher in

resolution which will increase

the detection of breast cancers

earlier and reduce the number

of false positive studies. Patients

who are diagnosed with

breast cancer, and most other

types of cancers, will now be

able to receive all their care at

CVRMC.

CVRMC’s Physicians and

Physician Assistants of Family

Practice, Orthopedics, General

Surgery, OB/GYN, Pediatrics,

Podiatry, Oncology/Hematology,

Cardiology, Internal Medicine,

Radiology, and Emergency

Medicine continue to rise to

the expectations and needs of

the population of the service

area. Directors and Managers

maintain the highest standards

in all the ancillary, surgical,

therapy, and in-patient services

provided by CVRMC. Infection

rates continue to be significantly

below the state and

national averages while all surgical,

cath lab, ancillary, therapy,

and in-patient numbers are

on the rise.

CVRMC is currently upgrading

their electronic medical

record to Meditech Expanse

and is scheduled to “go live” in

June of 2020. A user-friendly

enhancement to Meditech Expanse

called Jellyfish, will enable

patients to self-schedule,

receive appointment reminders

via text messages and apps,

2-way patient messaging, and

many other features which will

increase patient control and

communication.

While many rural hospitals

across the nation are closing

and facing high rates of

negative operating margins,

CVRMC continues to operate

in the black and is constantly

assessing the healthcare

needs of the region. The accomplishments

CVRMC has

made in 2019, and will continue

to make into 2020, are

a direct result of a dedicated

and compassionate workforce,

a steadfast Board of Directors,

and strong supporting management,

who are all focused

on one mission – The mission

of your health provided with

quality, efficiency, and compassion.

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See What’s in Cliffton

Headframe Apothecary – Chase

Creek Boarding House

Housed in a building that was

originally a Billiards Hall and

Brothel, The Headframe Apothecary-Chase

Creek Boarding House

offers a variety of Diamond CBD

oils and products, organic coffees,

teas and spices.

Artwork by local artists, antique

glass, and handmade jewelry also

fill the shelves and walls. New additions

to the shop are Zuni Fetish

Rock Carvings by Darrell Westika

and pottery by his daughter Darla.

We also offer a 4 room boarding

house upstairs, with a shared

kitchen, dining room and sitting

room with cable TV. A balcony

off the second floor offers a quiet

space to enjoy the outdoors and often

sightings of the Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep that roam

the town.

Visit us on Facebook @TheHeadframeApothecary-ChaseCreekBoardingHouse.

Union Hall

The National Historic Registrar,

an organization sin par and

under the auspices of the National

Park Service, lists the Union Hall

built in 1916 as a beautiful example

of Territorial style architecture,

mixing Pueblo and Victorian

styles.

There, the witty and erudite

of Chase Creek and fashionable

neighborhoods of the quaint town

of Clifton gather to discuss, discourse,

disseminate and occasionally

dissemble as they assemble.

Wine, sweet wine, is poured;

cheese tasted; and laughter, sweet

laughter, heard. The commingling

of African Art with southwestern

living provides peculiar yet pleasing

counterpoint as host Lawrence

“Jeff”, aka, Captain Gaskin regales his visitors with tales stranger

than fiction.

Fictitious? Come to THE UNION HALL and see…or hear…

for yourself! Corks pop anytime from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. next day.

https://visitcliftonaz.com

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Take a Ride of a Lifetime

Susan Lindsay became

part of a hot air balloon

chase team in Albuquerque,

New Mexico in 2007

and fell in love with ballooning.

Greg Lindsey, who had been

a fixed-wing pilot for 38 years,

passed his lighter than air test

and attended an FAA certified

part 141 school in Utah before

returning to Gila Valley.

Upon returning to the Gila

Valley, they began flying, almost

daily. They enjoyed taking

family, friends, and crew on

rides and came to realize there

was a strong interest from others

wanting to ride in a hot air

balloon.

This is where their dream

came to life.

AZ Air Ventures invites you

to come stroll with

us across the sky

in a peaceful realm of serenity.

Come wander fearlessly where

the wind ceases and

the air is motionless.

If you never let yourself go,

you’ll never know...

So leave your fears behind.

For some moments in life, there

are no words.

Ready to Take the Ride of a

Lifetime?

The cost is $225 for Adults,

$160 for Children ages 15 and

Under. Discounts are available

when booking three or four

adults for same flight, multiple

flights or hops.

Flight certificates purchased

in a single transaction will be

scheduled for the same flight.

Additional passengers other

than your party may be placed

in the same scheduled flight.

Exclusively private rides can

be guaranteed for an additional

fee. You do not have to book

your flight when you purchase

your certificate as flight certificates

are good for one year from

transaction.

Please read Prepare for a

Flight to review physical requirements

to fly and contact

us with any questions. Passengers

should be physically able

to jump off a footstool (this is

similar to a hard landing).

Each adventure takes about 3

hours with rides lasting approximately

an hour to an hour and

a half, depending on wind speed

and direction. Besides experiencing

breathtaking views and

unforgettable scenery, you will

have memories of a lifetime as

each ride includes: photos and

video clips of your adventure;

a professionally created, personalized

video of the flight;

Champagne or sparkling cider

for a balloonist toast; breakfast

snacks during the post-flight

celebration.

For more information contact

info@AZAirVentures.com,

call 928-965-6070/928-965-

3222 or visit azairventures.

com

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2020 Intertribal Pow Wow March 7-8 at San Carlos Event Center

The 2020 Intertribal

Pow Wow will

be March 7 and 8 at

Apache Gold Casino in San

Carlos, Az.

Pow wow payouts

Senior adult men/women

categories ages 50+: first place

$700; second palce $500;

third place $300. Adult men/

women categories ages 18-49:

first place $700; second place

$500; third place $300. Ten

boy/girl categories ages 7-12:

first place $300; second place

$200; third place $100. Junior

boys/girls ages 7-12: first place

$300; second place $200; third

place $100.

Drum contest: first place

$5000; second place $3000;

third place $2000; fourth place

$1500; $1000

2020 Head Staff

Host Northern Drum: Battleriver

Host Southern Drum:

Southern Style

Arena Director: Tommy

Spottedbird

Head Judge: Chaske Lablanc

Masters of Ceremonies: Ruben

Little

Head Head Gourd Dancer:

Warren Queton

Head Man Dancer: Rooster

Top Sky

Head Woman Dancer: T’ata

Roberts

Sound: Hokah Sound

2020 Specials

Spotlight Special: Mens/

womens Fancy Men’s Open

Traditional Special

(Southern/Northern)

Dr. Kyle Bacon Memorial

Chicken Dance

Special, Sponsored

by the Bacon Family.

Adult Women’s Northern

Traditional in Honor

of Amber Old Horn

Sponsored by Larry

Brown and the Crow

Family.

The registration fee

is $5, except for tiny

tots. For event details

and more information,

contact Garrell Jordan

at 928-475-7800 ext.

3649, or Tanya Robertson

at 928-475-7800

ext. 3209.

For arts, crafts, and food

vendor spaces contact Misti

Newman at 928-961-4386

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Traditional Apache Dress Making

A

Traditional Apache

Dress Making class

will be held early

this year at the San Carlos

Apache Culture Center Museum

in Peridot.

Matilda Case Bowman, a

member of the Deschiin clan,

will be the instructor for the

class.

Mrs. Bowman says when

she was young she use to sit

outside on a canvas with my

grandmother, Grace Mahsill

Case. She continued and said,

my grandmother had an old,

foot pedal style sewing machine

and she would tear the

material/fabric to make the

Apache dresses.

Mrs. Bowman said it takes

at least seven yards of fabric,

depending on the person’s

size, to make the Apache

dress. She also states that

cotton or calico fabric is

easy to work with to start

learning to make the dresses.

She ends by saying

thanks to her grandmother

Pictured is Matilda

Case Bowman, the

Apache

Dress

maker and

instructor

for the

class.

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1

2

3

4

Queen Valley Golf

Course

queenvalleygolfcourse.com

(520) 463-2214

Bullion Plaza

Museum

21 Plaza Circle, Miami, AZ

(928) 473-3700

5

6

7

8

9

10

Boyce Thompson

Arboretum

arboretum.ag.arizona.edu/

Superior Chamber

of Commerce

superiorazchamber.net

Globe-Miami

Chamber of Commerce

globemiamichamber.com

Gila County

Historical Museum

globeaz.gov

Cobre Valley Center

for the Arts

cvarts.org

Besh-Ba-Gowah

Archeological Park

globeaz.gov

Round Mountain

Hiking Park

globeaz.gov

Old Dominion Park

globeaz.gov

To East Valley

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Apache

Junction

60

Jake’s Corner

Superstition Mountain

Dolly Steamboat

88

87

Tonto

National

Forest

188

Tonto Basin

1

Punkin Center

Apache, Canyon & Saguaro

Lakes

Superstition

Mountain

Museum

Gold

Canyon

13

14 Tortilla Flat

Queen Valley

79

2

Butcher

Hook

Apache Trail

88

Superior

3

To Payson,

Pine-Strawberry

Miami’s Bullion Plaza

Top of the

World

177

4

11

60

Miami

Antique Dist.

Roosevelt Lake

Young

288

188

White Mountains

5

6

10

Besh Ba Gowah Archaelogical Park

8

7

9

60

Globe

Antique Dist.

15

77

Salt River Canyon

San Carlos

16

To Tucson

Gila River

70

Show Low,

Pinetop

18

To Clifton,

Morenci

17

191

11

12

13

15

16

17

18

Roosevelt Lake

& Visitor Center

www.fs.usda.gov/tonto

www.fs.fed.us

Superstition

Mountain Museum

superstitionmountainmuseum.org

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Dolly Steamboat

dollysteamboat.com

Tortilla Flat

tortillaflataz.com

Apache Gold

Casino and Resort

apachegoldcasinoresort.com

San Carlos

Rec. & Wildlife

scatrwd.com

Discovery Park

Graham Observatory

visitgrahamcounty.com

Graham County

Chamber

graham-chamber.com

Clifton County

Chamber

visitgreenleecounty.com

To Safford

Florence

Kearny, Hayden &

Winkelman

Roper Lake



Free Lecture Series at Superstition Mountain

Museum

The Superstition

Mountain Museum

is happy to announce

that it will once again be hosting

a free weekly lecture series

entitled “Legends and Lore of

the Superstitions and More”

in the museum’s amphitheater

at 4087 North Apache Trail

during January, February,

March and April. The lectures

begin at 2 p.m. and run about

one hour. Attendees should

bring a lawn chair or cushion

to sit on.

Several of the speakers this

year are being provided by the

Arizona Humanities’ Arizona

Speaks program.

Prior to each lecture there

will a free Ore Stamp Mill

demonstration on the museum

grounds from 1 p.m. to 1:45

p.m.

As a self-supporting

non-profit organization, the

museum relies on funds generated

by Gift Shop sales and

our events and fundraisers. As

one of the fundraisers, at each

week’s lecture, there will be

two drawings. First prize is the

50/50 with half of the cash collected

that week going to the

winner. Second prize is an item

from the museum gift shop related

to the days’ lecture. There

is also a season-long raffle with

this year’s first prize being a

$10 American Gold Coin (1/4

gold), and second prize being a

one-ounce $1 silver coin.

The list of the 2020 Lectures

is as follows:

February 6 - Kurt Cavano

Four Peaks Amethyst Mine

(and Amethyst Trunk Sale)

February 13 - Laura Tohe

(Speaker courtesy of AZ Humanities)

From ‘Chief’ to Code Talker:

Four Profiles of the Navajo

Code Talkers

February 20 - Greg McNamee

(Speaker courtesy of AZ

Humanities)

Arizona for Newcomers

February 27 - Steve Renzi

(Speaker courtesy of AZ Humanities)

Arizona’s Great Escape

March 5 - U.S. Forest Service

Fires in the Superstitions

March 12 - Porfirio and Juana

Gutierrez

Natural Dyes in Zapotec

Weaving Traditions

March 19 - Carrie Cannon

(Speaker courtesy of AZ Humanities)

For the Love of Turquoise

March 26 - Jan Cleere

(Speaker courtesy of AZ Humanities)

Nevertheless, She Persisted!

Women Who Made a Difference

on the Arizona Frontier

April 2 - Simone Netherlands

The Preservation of the Salt

River Horses

April 9 - Steve Holmquist

A Musical Celebration of Arizona

For more information on

the lectures, go to superstitionmountainmuseum.org.

Events at

Bruzzi Vineyard

Bruzzi Vineyard Valentine’s

Day Dinner on

Friday, Feb. 14, at 6

p.m. The cost is $79 per person

plus tax and gratuity. Wine list

and full bar available.

Spring Equinox Wine Dinner

will be on Friday March 20 at 6

p.m. The cost is $125 per person

plus tax and gratuity.

Bruzzi Institute Culinary

Arts Workshop #3 will be Tuesday

March 17 from noon to 5

p.m. Join James Bruzzi in the

Bruzzi Vineyard Kitchen for an

afternoon of cooking, wine and

fun! At this workshop we will

having a wine tasting Flight and

Discussing wine pairings while

working together to create and

enjoy a Five course Irish dinner

featuring. Cost is $95 per

person and space is extremely

Limited.

Easter Brunch will be on

Sunday, April 12, 2020 from

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Served buffet

style. The price is $29.99 per

adult, $9.99 per child age 5-12,

children under 5 free, including

coffee, juices and water.

If you would like to attend

any of these events, reservations

are required and can be made by

emailing BruzziVineyard@aol.

com or telephone at 928-462-

3314. Bruzzi Vineyard, 47209

N. Hwy 288, Young, Arizona

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Superior Home Tour

On January 25 and 26,

the quaint Town of

Superior will open

her doors to all who enjoy

watching a small, once struggling

Town make an amazing

comeback.

Once a mining town, Superior

is now a town that will

soon have a World Class mine.

Copper is King in this part of

Arizona and will continue to

be for many years as more

and more uses of this precious

commodity are

discovered.

Several older,

refurbished homes

are being shown

at the 12th Annual

Home and Building

Tour, including

an old adobe

home, of which

there were many

“back in the day”.

Superior is famous

for its re-purposing

of things and

this adobe is no

exception. One of

the historic red brick “mine

houses” will be shown this

year. Solid as can be, this

block long row of houses, with

majestic views, are sought after

by many.

Back by popular demand is

the magnificent, historic Hotel

Magma, circa 1913, whose

doors were open to the public

in early 2019.

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The beauty and detail of the

hotel and tea room are a “must

see”, along with the small jail

tucked behind the building.

The Magma Club, a community

center for Magma

Mine employees that hosted

dinners, dancing and boxing

matches, will house the annual

Antique Show, with quality

antiques that are sure to please

and bring memories to attendees.

Relax and listen to live

music on the veranda of this

historical building.

Interested in more History

about Superior? Listen to

fascinating stories of the past,

including Wyatt Earp, presenting

a short play “Life on the

Frontier”. Mattie Earp, the

common law wife of the legendary

Wyatt Earp, is buried

in Superior.

You’re in

for a great treat

if you haven’t

seen the exquisite,

handmade

pottery from the

village of Mata

Ortiz in Mexico.

The artists

themselves will

be bringing

a load of this

beautiful ware

to the event.

Weather permitting,

pieces will

be fired in an

open fire during

demonstrations.

It’s hard to admire

it and not take a piece

home.

Two great days for just $13

prepaid, $15 at the door. Bonus:

tickets also include a 2 for

1 pass to the Boyce Thompson

Arboretum and a 2 for 1 pass

to the Renaissance Festival.

Sat: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sun: 9

a.m. to 4 p.m. Superior Chamber

of Commerce, 165 W

Main St., Superior AZ. 85173.

Superiorarizonachamber.org.

520-689-0200

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Canyon Sounds Performance Series

The venue for all performances

is the Gold

Canyon United Methodist

Church, 6640 S. Kings

Ranch Rd., Gold Canyon, Az.

85118

To purchase tickets visit

www.goldcanyonarts.org

or at the following locations

Gold Canyon Visitors Center,

6607 Kings Ranch Rd., 85118;

Apache Junction Chamber of

Commerce, 567 Apache Trail,

85120. Advanced tickets are

$30, or $35 at the door.

The Four Freshmen perform

Friday, Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Relive an era of romance

and elegance with The Four

Freshmen, the acclaimed masters

of vocal harmony. Headlining

concerts from Moscow

to Manhattan, their repertoire

includes a variety of standards

such as “Day by Day”, “There

Will Never Be Another You”,

and “My One And Only Love”.

Adding to their unique brand

of vocal harmony, each of the

members are outstanding instrumentalists,

an unexpected surprise

for many audiences. Their

virtuosity was noticed by jazz

figures including Dizzy Gillespie,

Woody Herman, and band

leader Stan Kenton who brought

them to Capitol Records.

Carpe Diem String Quartet

performs Friday, March 6 at

7:30 p.m.

One of the most sought-after

chamber ensembles, the Carpe

Diem String Quartet has earned

widespread critical and audience

acclaim for its innovative

programming and electrifying

performances. Their

repertoire includes

classical, Gypsy, tango,

folk, pop, rock, and

jazz-inspired music.

They have become

one of America's premiere

“indie” string

quartets arranging and

performing music of

all styles bringing new

audiences into the concert

hall.

Jeri Sager “This Broad’sWay”

performs March 27 at 7:30 p.m.

Jeri is a veteran Broadway

vocalist/actress and is best

known for her portrayal of

"Grizabella" in "CATS", "Fantine"

in Les Miserables and "Eva

Peron" in Evita. She has also

acted in theatrical productions

such as City of Angels, Brigadoon,

West Side Story, Pippin,

The Mystery of Edwin Drood,

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor

Dreamcoat, and Pump

Boys and Dinettes. Jeri will

provide a show to remember!

She has performed for President

Jimmy Carter, President George

W. Bush, Pope John Paul II, and

the USO for American and British

troops.

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Miami Loco 2020 Call for Artists!!

Calling all Artists!!

The 11th annual

Miami Loco Arts

Festival is happening this April

17th -19th in downtown Miami,

Arizona.

Are you a Painter, Sculptor,

Photographer? Do you play

an instrument, sing songs or

play in a band? Do you write

and perform poetry? Are you

a dancer, performance artist or

comedian? Do you make arts

and crafts for sale? Do you want

to host a creative workshop or

deliver a talk on the arts? Are

you a food and/or drink vendor.

Do you want to represent your

local community organization?

If you’ve answered YES to any of the above.. We want you to

get involved! If you are interested in showing your work, performing,

running a workshop, setting up a booth, hosting an art

show, or volunteering, please contact miamilocoartsfestival@

gmail.com or call Michael 23 at 602-300-7575. Lets make this

year better than the last! This is the year to get involved and join

in the creative spirit happening in Miami, Arizona!

Miami Loco is a FREE all-inclusive all-volunteer art walk of

diverse cultures, ages and tastes. Each year we bring 40+ bands,

a bunch of gallery shows, a plethora of poets, troupes of dancers,

and a gaggle of comedians to Miami, Arizona for a weekend of

fun, festivities, performances, workshops and talks.

The 11th annual Miami Loco Arts Festival is coming to

Miami, Arizona April 17 through 19.

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SYMTP is excited to present Disney’s Lion King Jr.

The African Savannah comes

to life with Simba, Rafiki

and an unforgettable cast of

characters as they journey from Pride

Rock to the jungle... and back again.

The musical showcases your favorite

songs like “Hakuna Matata” and

“Circle of Life.” You won’t want to

miss this inspiring, coming-of-age

tale! Visit us online at symtp.org. If

you would prefer to order tickets by

phone, you can call 928-487-5305.

In partnership with Globe Unified

School District, Lion King Jr. will

be performed in the newly renovated

theater of High Desert Middle

School. Showtimes are: Friday, Feb.

28, Saturday, Feb. 29, Friday, March

6, Saturday, March 7 all shows are at

7 p.m. Hakuna Matata! Disney’s Lion

King Jr. is presented through special

arrangement with Music Theatre International.

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Treating the Body the way it was intended to be Treated

Podiatrist Glen Robison,

DPM, PLC, of

AZ Foot and Ankle,

is committed to providing

quality and comprehensive

foot and ankle care in central

Arizona, with offices in

Globe and Mesa.

“I’ve been in Globe for over

19 years and have treated patients

from 1-day newborns to

108 years old over the course of the years,” he said. “I

practice medicine from the knees down, from fractures

to foreign bodies,” or you could say from A to Z—”AZ

foot and ankle.”

Not only is Dr. Robison a licensed Podiatrist, he is

also something of a Renaissance man.

A painter by hobby, who’s artwork is

displayed in his Mesa office.

“It helps to ground me,” Dr. Robison

said of his return to his artful pursuits.

When he wasn’t working with patients

or dabbling in oils, the doctor was busy

writing his book on “Retiring Healthy”

which should be released in 2020. We

focus so much of retiring wealthy or just

with our benefit package. But what good is

retirement if your dependent on an oxygen

tank or hooked up to a dialysis machine

Life was meant to enjoy, or to have joy after

putting all those years working.

But it’s his holistic approach to his calling as a podiatric

specialist where Dr. Robison’s artistic approach

really shines through.

Dr. Robison integrates “Myopractics” as an important

diagnostic factor of the human frame and treats the

musculature as the prime mover of the skeletal system

in the lower extremities.

“I look at the whole body,” Dr. Robison said. “What

really sets me aside

in my practice is my

focus on alignment

of the lower extremities:

It’s important

to look at the body

as a whole.”

Regardless of the

foot or ankle condition,

Dr. Robison is dedicated

to providing his patients with

a podiatric examination that

offers the energy and expertise

they seek. Both he and his staff

work to ensure short waiting

times and prompt service.

“We can get people back to

work,” Dr. Robison said.

On one particular day he had

six patients come into the office

and wanted surgery for their painful bunions. All six

patients left the exam room pain free and only one went

on to have surgery. And that was over 5 years ago. This

is a daily acurance, I see patients come in with pain and

leave pain free. If patients that come to me for the sole

reason to get out of pain and I can offer a solution to

their pain without surgery.

Several years ago, I was developing

a bunion and I did not want surgery. For

the main reason being I did not want to

take two months off work. Through trial

and error that I did to myself I developed

technique to reduce the pain and even the

bunion. Now I share it to my patient, I

have literally seen those who needed bunion

surgery walk out of my office pain free

and still very active today.

Despite his training as a surgeon, his

approach to surgery is only to do it when

it is absolutely necessary. Hence his motto

“treat the body the way it was intended to be treated.”

Dr. Robison finds surgery may not always be the first

answer.

Since treating my first patient with prolotherapy

back in 2008 I have stabilized hundreds of acute and

chronic ankles. I have also repaired torn ligaments, tendons,

and even painful nerve endings of the feet.

In addition to the help he gives his patients, Dr. Robison

also lectures on lower

extremity health at senior centers

and community groups and

advocates for healthy eating as

a way to overall health, particularly

with his diabetic patients.

Visit his web site at www.naturalfootcures.com

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