August 4 - 17, 2007 A+23
Weninger asks for renter Free real estate seminars
relocation clarifi cation
For those wondering about the status of the real estate market, Keller Williams
real estate agent Steve Horn will hold two free seminars. One will be held Thu., Aug.
Relocation benefi ts are given to both owners and renters of property in the downtown
9 at Navarrete Elementary School in Chandler, and the other will be Thu., Aug. 16 at
area by the City of Chandler when they are in the process of acquiring property. But
Chandler Traditional Elementary School in Gilbert. Both sessions begin at 7 p.m. Visit
Council member Jeff Weninger recently met with staff to make sure renters who get
for more information and to RSVP.
these benefi ts are in the United States legally.
In a recent memo, Weninger states that the City’s practice has been to require people
who are to receive the benefi ts to sign a statement attesting they are legal residents.
Beau Monde holds open house
“I am concerned that this is not suffi cient to ensure that we are not compensating
Gifts will be given to the fi rst 25 people who attend the Sept. 25 open house at Beau
illegal immigrants for their relocation costs,” he notes.
Monde Salon & Day Spa between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. There will also be drawings for two
Saying Arizona voters have “consistently supported limiting benefi ts to people
spa baskets and gift certifi cate, along with chair massages and hand treatments. There
who are here illegally,” Weninger believes it’s important to reduce the cost of illegal
will also be consultations by staff for hair color, facial products and cosmetics.
immigration on our taxpayers.
Beau Monde, which means “Beautiful World,” is located at 4960 S. Gilbert Rd., Suite
He suggests the City investigate the “Basic Pilot” program to check immigration
6 in the Chandler Heights Marketplace on the northwest corner of Gilbert and Chandler
status, similar to what he uses in his restaurant business.
Heights roads. Contact them at 480-629-5606 for details.
“Perhaps this same system could be sued to determine whether renters of the
property that we acquire are eligible for relocation benefi ts.”
Places children love to visit
KnowledgePoints has open houses
Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum. Housed in the historic El Zaribah Shrine,
the museum features more than 3,000 colorful minerals, rocks, beautiful gemstones,
Back to school open houses will be held by KnowledgePoints tutoring with prizes in
fossils and mining artifacts. See glow in the dark rocks, and touch minerals and rocks.
both Chandler and Gilbert.
Every child visitor gets to pick three free rocks from a wheelbarrow. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
The Chandler location at 1940 S. Alma School Rd., Suite 1, will have an event from 10
Mon.-Fri. and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat., closed holidays. $2 adults, free for children. 1502 W.
a.m. to noon on Sat., Aug. 4. In Gilbert, the open house will be from 10 a.m. to noon on
Washington St., Phoenix. 602-771-1611. www.mines.az.gov
Sat., Aug. 11 at 785 W. Warner Rd., Suite A-105.
Arizona Museum for Youth: “Artville” features structures made from oversized art
The fi rst 50 children get a prize bag, and there will be a prize drawing for teachers.
supplies such as walls constructed from colossal crayons and a cityscape comprised
Attendees can receive a $50 off coupon for diagnostic assessment.
of pencils, protractors, tempera bottles and artist brushes. Includes a soft play area for
For information, call the Chandler location at 480-786-1113 or Gilbert at 480-963-
babies. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Sat, noon-4 p.m. Sun. $5. 35 N. Robson, Mesa. 480-644-
Arizona Science Center: See more than 300 interactive displays, planetarium, fi ve-
Meet staff at Pendleton Pediatrics
story giant-screen theater, live demonstrations, traveling exhibitions and more. 10
a.m.-5 p.m. daily. $9 ages 13 and older, $7 ages 3-12 and seniors (62+), free ages 2 and
Families are invited to meet the staff and tour Pendleton Pediatrics from 3 to 5 p.m.,
younger; Planetarium and giant-screen tickets: $5 ages 13 and older, $4 ages 12 and
Thu., Aug. 9. There will be treats and fun for children and adults.
younger and seniors (62 and older). 600 E. Washington St., Phoenix. 602-716-2000.
On hand will be Judith Pendleton, MD, Carrie Lipp, MD and a new pediatric nurse
Bead Museum: More than 100,000 amazing beads and beaded artworks. 10 am-5
Pendleton Pediatrics has 12 exam rooms, and separate entrances for well and ill
pm Mon.-Wed. and Fri.-Sat., 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thu., 11 am-4 p.m. Sun. $4 ages 12 and
children. They’re located at 1445 W. Chandler Blvd, Building B and can be reached at
older, $2 ages 11 and younger. 5754 W. Glenn Dr., Glendale. 623-930-7395. www.
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