Carefree Cave Creek Chamber of Commerce2018-09-26T10:47:41+00:00

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Arizona Musicfest 
All set for our first Community Sing this afternoon at 3p in Suite A-5! Our ukulele instructor, Mark Baker will be leading us in singing folks hits from the 60s. Space still available; join us!Image attachment

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Carefree/Cave Creek Chamber of Commerce

check out this good boy! Love following all the stories at Tierra Madre Horse & Human SanctuaryThree hours later, our baby boy is finally home. 😂

Jack had a wonderful time stretching his legs, playing with his buddy Jazz, and playing tag with all of us who went in to gently encourage him to let himself be caught. Having his breakaway halter on was a huge advantage as all we had to do was snap his lead rope on - but if only it was that simple! Finally, with lots of pats and patience and treats, volunteer extraordinaire Alissa got it on him and proudly walked him home.

With Jack not even a yearling yet, he has a lot of learning to do and life to experience - and getting caught in a big arena is one of those experiences. Tomorrow, we’ll walk him to and from and around the arena a few times on a lead so he continues to see it’s a good experience, and he gets rewarded when he comes to the gate!

I always say horse training is not really about training the horse. Rather, it’s training the human to be able to communicate with the horse so that he understands what’s being asked of him.

This was one of those days where I most definitely got trained. It’s humbling, and it’s eye-opening.

And the best part is that with Jack so young, we have plenty more lessons ahead of us! But for a horse born wild, I have to say - I’m quite proud of this boy today.

- Alexis

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Did you know we are looking for a sponsor for this baby boy? $125 a month will buy all of his meals, mashes, and supplements!

Go to our website today to set up your monthly recurring donating for Jack. Donations are tax-deductible, and immensely appreciated. If you’re local, we hope you’ll then come out to visit and be a regular part of this boy’s life!

For more information, please feel free to contact me at alexisrferri@gmail.com.
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check out this good boy! Love following all the stories at Tierra Madre Horse & Human Sanctuary
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YOUR CHAMBER IN ACTION

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The Carefree / Cave Creek Chamber has many programs to support our local businesses.  Learn more about Membership Benefits.

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Local Events

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Chamber Mixers & Breakfast Meetings, Art Shows, Parades & Festivals, Non-Profit Benefits — There’s always something to do in Carefree & Cave Creek!

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With Strength in numbers, together we’re “Creating Opportunties!”  Please support the many businesses that belong to the Carefree / Cave Creek Chamber.

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UPCOMING CHAMBER EVENTS

Chamber Event-Ribbon Cutting

January 15 @ 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

SCORE Mentoring

January 16 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 1:30pm on day Third of the month, repeating until May 16, 2019

Membership 101

January 25 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am

A very special THANK YOU to Carol Bennett, Susie Dymoke, Leslie Jensen and Andreas Schmalz for the images used at the top of this page.