August 31, 2011

GILBERT INDEPENDENT
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leagues for the fall season. Downloaded information from www. gilbertaz.gov/parks/sports.cfm. The city offers 16 Leagues scheduled Sunday through Friday of Men’s Singleheader D and Doubleheader C and D, Women’s Singleheader C, and Co-Ed Singleheader C and D, and Co-Ed Doubleheader B and D leagues. Softball Leagues are based on the final total of entries. All leagues play a round-robin schedule (seven or 14 games) that includes a post season single-elimination tournament. •Adult Basketball Leagues: All teams register Aug. 1-31 or until the League fills. Team Registration is on a first come first served basis. Registration begins at 7am and walk-in customers take priority over managers calling in or using e-mail or mail at Gilbert Community Services Department, 90 E. Civic Center Dr. We offer 6 Leagues scheduled Sunday through Thursday of Men’s Upper “B”, Intermediate “C” and Lower “D.” •Adult Co-Ed Volleyball Leagues: All teams register Aug. 1-31 or until the League fills. Team Registration will be handled on a first come first served basis. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and walk-in customers take priority over managers calling in or using e-mail or mail at Gilbert Community Services Department, 90 E. Civic Center Dr. We offer 2 levels of play, Upper Co-Ed “A” and Upper Co-Ed “B” Leagues. League fees are $275 per team and must be paid at the time of registration. Games will be played at South Valley Jr. High 2034 S. Lindsay Road on Monday evenings between 6:00 and 10 p.m. The league begins Monday, Sept. 12.

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Fall wrestling league for youth planned by community services
Gilbert Community Services Department is offering a fall wrestling league for youth age 6 through sixth grade. It is an instructional league with matches occurring on the final day of the program. The league will take place Monday and Wednesday evenings Sept. 7 through Oct. 5. The league is being conducted by Highland High Wrestling Coach Russ Kilpatrick and will be held in the Highland High School wrestling room. Times are 4:30-5:15 p.m. for participants age 6 through third grade and 5:20-6:20 p.m. for participants in third through sixth grade. The league fee is $55 and includes a Tshirt. For information, visit www.gilbertaz.gov/parks/sports-youth. cfm or call 480-503-6200. To register on-line visit www.GilbertRecreation.com.

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AT&T expands Gilbert mobile broadband coverage
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Prestige Nails, Spa has new owners in Gilbert
In August Thao Van and her sister in-law, Gina Van, took over Prestige Nails and Spa, 5340 S. Power Road No. 103. “Our mission is to provide the best service to all customers in Gilbert/Queen Creek and other surrounding areas. We’re a complete nails and skin care salon with waxing service. Also, we offer permanent make-up Special to the Independent for eyebrows, eyeliner and lips. The staff Gilbert’s Prestige Nails and Spa, 5340 S. Power are well trained with lots of experience and Road No. 103., has new owners – Thao Van and friendly,” Thao Van said in a press release. her sister in-law, Gina Van. The business, between Walmart and Staples, next to Cool Cuts 4 kids, is open 9 5 p.m. Sunday. The phone number is 480a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m.- 988-7454.

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