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J. W. Cole Symposium October 22-24. Welcome to Arizona. Arizona Folklore Preserve Please see Becky or her office team for Complimentary Tickets. Dixie Belle web site. “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt. Cheryl Wilson, CFP, EA

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  1. J. W. Cole Symposium October 22-24 Welcome to Arizona

  2. Arizona Folklore Preserve Please see Becky or her office team for Complimentary Tickets

  3. Dixie Belle web site

  4. “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

  5. Cheryl Wilson, CFP, EA Owner/Certified Financial Planner CD Tax & Financial, LLC

  6. Wild Horses Salt River Canyon

  7. Kayaking down the Salt River

  8. Arizona Monsoons

  9. Sunrise and the Superstition Mountains

  10. "I enjoy going to Jerome, an old mining town that's about 100 miles north of Phoenix.  The town is on the side of a mountain and opened operations in the latter half of the 1800's.  They closed their school in 1965, but the miles of underground tunnels are still there.  The town is back up and thriving today with a population of almost 500 people and loads of visitors.  The views are amazing.  The history is remarkable." John NanniFinancial Representative "I enjoy going to Jerome, an old mining town that's about 100 miles north of Phoenix.  The town is on the side of a mountain and opened operations in the latter half of the 1800's.   They closed their school in 1965, but the miles of underground tunnels are still there.  The town is back up and thriving today with a population of almost 500 people and loads of visitors.  The views are amazing.  The history is remarkable." John NanniFinancial Representative

  11. Horseback riding in the desert and working her cattle are a few of Monica Busch’s favorite things to do in Arizona

  12. Samuel E. IngramIngram Active Money Management, Inc. “You can take the girl out of Kingman, but you can’t take Kingman out of the girl” - Elin Ingram

  13. Visit Yarnell . . . . . if you have time

  14. Yarnell, Arizona

  15. How we became the AZ DreamCatchers. When we were brokers in another company, we were asked to chose a team name by which we would be known.  I had given it a lot of thought so when I was driving home from taking my daughter to college at Utah State University, I decided to stop at the Lunt rest stop between Beaver and Cedar City, Utah.  There was a Piute Indian woman selling crafts and among them were some Dream catchers.  I didn’t buy one but it got my mind going. I thought of our clients who have all of these ideas about what they want in their lives, what they want to invest in, and what they want to do with the rest of their lives.  Some of them get pretty muddled up just like the bad dreams in the dream catcher.  We were like the web that gathered all of the ideas (dreams) and sorted them out and sent them to a plan (the gem in the dream catcher) for completion (to come down the feather into the mind of the child or person).  In that way we are assisting them to make correct decisions with one of the most important things in their lives, their financial future.

  16. Dream Catchers An ancient Chippewa tradition The Dream net has been made For many generations Where spirit dreams have played. Hung above the cradle board, Or in the lodge up high, The dream net catches bad dreams, While good dreams slip on by. Bad dreams become entangled Among the sinew thread. Good dreams slip through the center hole, While you dream upon your bed. This is an ancient legend, Since dreams will never cease, Hang this dream net above your bed, Dream on, and be at peace. Another one goes like this: Sleep well sweet child Don’t worry your head Your Dream Catcher is humming Above your bed Listen so softly I know you can hear The tone of beyond Close to your ear Love is alive And living in you Beyond all your troubles Where good dreams are true With this in mind, that is what got us the name of AZ DreamCatchers. Burton E. Carter, EA