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Page 6 Superior Sun, Superior, Arizona Progress, Not Perfection Continued from Page 5 Do you recognize and accept the processes of aging? I'm delighted to say I'm making progress with this list. I suppose it's mostly the progress of maturity, but I accept it. With wellness comes health and vitality (At Least Not Yet) throughout life. I get it. Wellness is my choice. In the morning I decide to do my best whatever happens. In the evening I see how well I did. These are decisions you can make too. You can develop healthy habits...take responsibility for the parts of your life you can change...seek out positive people for company...exercise physically for stress relief, mental clarity and strength...exercise spiritually for peace and serenity. Making progress is exhilarating. Life is a process, isn't it? Make yourself a promise. Take one of these wellness aspects and improve your position, and then try another. Share your progress with someone you love. And let me know how it goes. Wednesday, April 8, 2009 Superior Junior High Softball takes first place in North Division By Frank Smith The Superior Junior High Softball team took first place in the Central Junior High League North Division. The Junior Lady Panthers finished the season with a record of 6 wins versus no losses. On March 23rd the ladies faced off with Miami pounding the Junior Lady Vandals 26 - 8. Superior scored nine runs in the first inning, 13 runs in the second inning, and four runs in the fourth inning with the game called on the ten run rule. In the circle for the ladies was Courtney Lendzon. On March 26th , the Junior Lady Panthers traveled to Globe bringing home a 15 - 3 win with Yulissa Sandoval in the circle. The ladies scored three runs in the first, two runs in the second, three runs in the third, three runs in the fourth, and four runs in the sixth inning. The Junior Lady'Panthers played Globe again on April 1 st with the same result as Superior picked up the 9 - 5 win with Christine Grap in the circle. The ladies scored five runs in the first inning, one run in the third, one run in the fourth, and two rims in the fifth inning. Superior was scheduled to take on San Carlos but 'the game was forfeited thus giving the Junior Lady Panthers sole possession of first place in the North Division. Team members are Ariel Alonz6, Kiyoko Alonzo, Maria Barreras, Nicole Godinez, Christine Grap, Amber Hernandez, Courtney Lendzon, Dominique Madueno, Mariza Padilla, Aliya Perez, Kiara Romem, Yulissa Sandoval, and manager Angelique Davis. The Junior Lady Panthers are led by Head Coach Richard Tamernn along with'assistant coaches Rosie Tameron, and Richard Tameron. The coaches said, "The girls did a wonderful job and we are very proud of them. We would like to thank all who attended their games and for all your constant The ladies will compete at the Championship Tournament in support". Central Junior High League HaydenonApri125. Champs! The Superior Junior High School Lady Panthers were crowned champs of the North Division. (Submitted photo) Car insurance with PERSONAL SERVICE. No extra charge. At State Farm* you get a competitive rate and an agent dedicated to helping you get the coverage that's right for you and the discounts you deserve. Nobody takes care of you like State Farm. Contact me. I'll prove it. I 2- Tim Byke 5331 S. Superstition Mtn. Dr., Suite C101 Gold Canyon, AZ 8521"8 Bus: 1-800-729-3805 timbyke@timbyke.net LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR, STATE FARM IS THERE." Providing Insurance and Financial Services Under new management ... Rob Woodliff, the new proprietor of Caf6 Piedra Roja on Main Street, and waitress/cook Armida Hernandez, along with cook Ida Griego (not pictured) still provide the same level of service to the caf6's customers. The three say the menu items at the busy green painted eatery with the colorful murals on the front hasn't changed from the fare that ha s nourished Superiorites and town visitors since Lynn Heglie opened the place years ago in tandem with his barbershop in a suite adjacent to the restaurant. Eventually Heglie closed the barbershop to concentrate on the popular caf6 as well as to gain more space for tables. But since the eaf6 has been acquired by Woodliff and family members, the barbershop is once more open and Heglie is back in his familiar role as the barb.er on Main Street. Woodliff says he doesn't plan on changing Cafa Piedra Roja's edible offerings, although he'd like to add to the menu s time goes on. With a background not only in restaurants but as a musician who still gets together with the rock band he's played in for 20 years, he enjoys the artistic environment of Superior and plans to follow Heglie's tradition of exhibiting art on the walls of the trendy restaurant. For his part, Lynn Heglie, is enjoying being back behind the barber chair. The shop is once again open for business by appointment (689-2372) or walk-in. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and Closed Monday. Caf Piedra Roja (689-0194) is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday and is closed Sunday. (Cindy Tracy photos) O OL D Awesome results/ Continued from page 1 She said contributors of roll- off containers for the clean-up effort were the Town of Superior, Resolution Copper, Orion Recycling and Southwest Gas in Globe. "Monetary contributions toward the clean-up effort were made by the Town of Superior, Chamber of Commerce, Optimist Club and the Let's Talk Trash Committee," she said. "Large quantities of food were brought to the pot luck by Los Hermanos, Casa Denogean, Trash Mountain ... A central mound of trash and discarded items formed in an empty lot on Mary Drive for pickup and removal from the town and nearby desert sites during a f'rve-hour town/desert clean-up event April 4. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 235,000 pounds of trash and other waste bid farewell to Superior during the event, which was culminated by a picnic in the park. (Cindy Tracy Photo) D Caf6 Piedra Roja, the Jade Grill, Save Money Market and many residents." She said that some of the groups that worked together on the clean- up were Explorer Scouts, Little League players and Red Bear Outfitters, who tackled a huge desert clean-up project. "They were assisted by the U.S. Forest Service," she said. "Fourteen' inmates from both Gila and Pinal County picked up huge amoums of trash and yard waste. Several town employees volunteered their services. Councilman Gilbert Aguilar was slinging trash and Mayor Michael Hing and Judge Larry Bravo did a great job grilling the hot dogs." Anderson said that a large number of door prizes were awarded, including many donated by Resolution Copper, Save Money Market, Casa Denogean, Los Hermanos, Edwardo's Pizza, Superior RV Park, Caf6 Piedra Roja, Superior Lumber, Copper Triangle, Dalton Realty, Toast Cafr, Terry Stone, Buckboard Cafr, Southwest Towing, the .Town of Superior and other local businesses and residents. "Kudos to the many people of Superior who helped make this third annual Community Pride Day a huge success," she said.