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Superior Residential Paint Program

Bring on the Paint and Let’s Have a Paint Party!

2017 – Great news for beautification projects in Superior. We have secured 80, 5 gallon buckets of paint at a huge discount through Habitat for Humanity. That’s 400 gallons of paint. Enough to paint about 25 houses. The Rebuild Superior committees are working on a plan to make the paint available to homeowners at a very low cost. More to come on this project soon.

News flash! Dr Wilt, who owns a number of properties in Superior, has donated $2,500 to start a fund to buy paint and supplies for community properties. The Chamber just received a grant from APS for $2,250 to add to that fund. By Summer, 2017, this Town is going to shine!

Rebuild Superior Homeowners’ Paint Program
Pilot Project: March thru August 2017

The Superior Chamber of Commerce is offering exterior paint to Superior homeowners whose houses are in need of painting. We’re trying to improve the looks of Superior. In other words, Let’s Make Superior Shine! Eligibility: All homeowners who live in Town of Superior whose homes (standard or modular) need to be painted. A program applicant must:
  • be an owner-occupant(s), as evidenced by a Town sewer bill;
  • be willing to paint his/her own home (or get friends/family to do it)
  • fill out and return the application below;
  • agree that painting will be done within 90 days of receipt of paint;
  • meet with a member of the Rebuild Superior, Inc. (“RBS”) team to confirm the need for painting and to determine paint colors including trim;
  • allow the home to be power-washed (by RBS) prior to painting or have the power washing done by someone you know.
  • agree that their home’s before and after photos may be used by Rebuild Superior, Inc. in publications, news reports and articles to help market the program; and provide a $100 partially refundable payment to RBS that covers power-washing. (Power washing is critical or the paint won’t stick). If you can have the power washing done by someone you know you will get all of your money back when the painting is done. If not, we will hire someone for $50 to do the power washing and you will get $50 back when the painting is complete.
  • Your total cost for all of the paint will be FREE (or $50 if we do the power washing). The average cost for the paint if you buy it yourself is $400.
To apply, please download the attached application HERE, complete and return to Superior Chamber of Commerce 165 W. Main St, Superior AZ 85173 or call 520-689-0200 Interested parties are welcome to call the Chamber office for more information: 520-689-0200. Applications maintained on a first come, first served waiting list by date received. They may be prioritized by condition of the property after Rebuild Superior team member visits (worst will be first). Rebuild Superior, Inc. will evaluate Pilot Project in August 2017 as to whether to continue, change or expand the program.

Upcoming Events

October 6 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

State of the Town

Join us for the 2nd Annual State of the Town Address where we will celebrate 140 years of the Superior Spirit.

December 3 at -

Miracle on Main Street & Light Parade

Presented by the Superior Optimist Club. Details to follow.

November 11 at -

Southwest Heli Rodeo

The Southwest Heli Rodeo is an RC Helicopter event that brings together heli pilots from all over....near and far. Pilots of all skill levels come to fly, see friends and make many new ones.
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SUPERIOR CHAMBER Businesses

Future Forward Foundation

Future Forward Foundation – Serving Pinal County Since 2012

After Lina Austin's failed bid for Mayor of Florence in 2012, James A. Tchida, a retired Motorola Vice President, approached Austin. "I liked your courage and I liked your platform," he said. "Let's make these things happen another way." Together they created Future Forward Foundation (3F for short). Tchida became the founder and Austin the Executive Director. Today 3F has 5 people on the board of directors and 4 officers. All are actively supporting projects.

Getting right to work

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3F wasted no time in getting to work for our community. While we waited for the 501 c 3 approval from the IRS, we got busy taking on projects. With just a shoestring budget, we painted 15 structures to beautify the town and planted 10 backyard vegetable gardens to help feed the hungry.

And since receiving the 501 c 3 IRS exemption on May 31, 2013, Future Forward Foundation has been hard at work seeking donor and grant funds to expand our programs. Here are a few more ways we're continuing to serve our community.

  • Early 2016 3F completed a half acre garden for a local Native American community. The local community requested half of the space be planted in the traditional "sunken bed" method as used by the community for thousands of years. To compare and contrast the other half used a Netafem drip system, a new experiment for the community.

  • 2015 saw 3F take over an unused city park in the city of Randolph, Arizona to help provide local citizens fresh produce.  Through a generous grant from TransCanada the park is now thriving with a large community garden with plans being made to incorporate space for local citizens to plant and grow their own vegetables.

  • In the fall of 2014, Future Forward Foundation planted 325 trees in the core of Florence to beautify the town. These "tall pot trees" will not require a water source after planting, making them affordable to low-income residents. The program was made possible through a grant from the Florence Community Copper Foundation.

  • In 2014, 3F expanded services to Superior. We'll be painting homes and planting backyard gardens.

  • We'll be partnering with Habitat for Humanity and other developers to make preparations to expand services with rural housing initiatives.

In addition, 3F began the first Florence Ministerial Association. Here, local pastors now communicate about the provision of services to those in need.

The 3F board has also set a goal to assist the other non-profits in the county through both direct financial help as well classes in grant writing. The board invites creative ideas from all sources. The Future Forward Foundation is still trying new solutions to help our neighbors, so watch for innovation.

Florence, AZ

Natural Healing Center of Gold Canyon

Holistic Nurse available for consultation, retail sales of Charlotte’s Web CBD products.

Gold Canyon, AZ

Maggie Stewart - Edward Jones

Throughout my life, helping others has been an integral part of who I am. My primary purpose is to serve my clients through all phases of their lives by providing them with financial guidance that is tailored to meet the needs of their unique situations. As a mother of two young girls, both of whom have endured health challenges, I have learned to appreciate the value that planning for them financially brings to all of our lives. When we have less to worry about, we are better able to be present for the many moments of joy that life offers. I am originally from Connecticut  and my husband is from Tennessee where we have a sprawling family farm of cattle and horses. I live in Gold Canyon with my two daughters, step-son, husband, and two dogs and a cat- all of who mean the world to me.  Services:

Preparing for the unexpected: (Life insurance, Long Term care insurance, Emergency Funds) Preparing for retirement: (401k plans, SEP, SIMPLE, Roth and Traditional IRA) Living in retirement: (Annuities) Paying for Education: (529 plans) Estate or Inheritance Strategies: (Trusts, Brokerage accounts).

 

Gold Canyon, AZ
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