Thirteen Anthem youth have been selected to serve on the inaugural Anthem Youth Advisory Council (AYAC) and will begin their roles November 1.
Anthem’s oldest original amenity, Adventure Playground, will re-open Saturday after being rebuilt from the ground up over the summer. All resdeints are invited to a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m.
Curves is offering a way for non-members and members to donate toward breast cancer research or care during the month of October. Starting Oct. 1, non-members can purchase a punch card for $10 to be used for 10 workouts at Curves with the entire amount going toward breast cancer research or care.
The Anthem Neighborhood Watch committee is gearing up for the 8th annual Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods (G.A.I.N.) celebration, scheduled for Oct. 18. Anthem businesses are invited to help and support by teaming up with ANW to provide each block party with raffle prizes.
All little ghosts and goblins (super heroes and fairies, too) are invited to the annual Monster Ball at the ACC Community Center, Oct. 31, 6:30-8 p.m. Those who register by Saturday will receive a special goody bag.
A series of Lego Robotics clases in October and November at the ACC Community Center will help teach Anthem children to "unlock" the power of their imaginations -- with the help of clickin' bricks.
Anthem's Jamyia James will perform the National Anthem at the ACC’s 15th annual Independence Day Celebration.
Thousands of people will come together on Thursday, July 3 at the Anthem Community Park for the annual Anthem Independence Day Celebration to honor America's birthday with fun, food and fireworks.
Anthem residents turned out in large numbers for the community's semi-annual Go Green event October 4 at the event's new traffic-free location in Anthem Community Park.
Residents have an opportunity to identifty Anthem Community Council staff who have risen above expectations as representatives of the Anthem community through the newly formed Shining Star program.
The 10th Annual Daisy Mountain Veterans (DMV) Parade will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8 in Anthem. The event has quickly become a local tradition, and is one of the largest of its kind in the state of Arizona. This year, the DMV organization has chosen to honor Vietnam combat veterans.
Anthem resident Ray Norris will be honored by the Anthem Community Council and the Anthem Veterans Memorial Support Team with the 2014 Anthem Veterans Service Award at the Veterans Day Ceremony, Nov. 11.
Living in a gated community such as the Country Club means that vehicle access to the community is controlled, but the community is not necessarily “secured” by this means alone. Learn the difference between a secured and a controlled access community.
Members of the community can play a huge role in deterring crime by taking steps to secure property and playing a proactive role by working with neighbors.
Two open working sessions have been scheduled with the Parkside Board of Directors and the Policy Committee to review the recommended changes to the Use Restrictions. Residents are encouraged to attend.
With the completion of several landscape enhancement projects to make the Parkside community even more beautiful, several new trees and tons of granite now line various streets throughout Parkside. These enhancements help increase property values and improve the quality of life within the community.
The public is invited to a meeting Nov. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Anthem Civic Building, at which time Spectrum Retirement Communities, LLC developers will explain a proposed project to build a 160-unit senior community at Anthem Way and Venture Dr., next to the Anthem Civic Building.
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) announced a new policy adaptation that the DAR will begin accepting DNA as evidence of lineage submitted with membership applications. The guest speaker on Oct. 11 will cover DNA with DAR.
Desert Foothills Land Trust will host a free day of free outdoor experiences and hands-on education at the Jewel of the Creek Preserve in Cave Creek, AZ from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15.
Musical Theatre of Anthem (MTA) and Starlight Community Theater (SCT) were honored with ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence (ZONI) at the awards ceremony on September 15 at Tempe Center for the Arts.