Posts for March 2021

Local Planner: Hill 147

When Mike Goble hoisted the first two flags on Hill 147 back in 2017, he created a new tradition to honor fallen service members that stands strong today.

Community Honors Vietnam Veterans

Ret. Commander Bill Tschudy’s service during the Vietnam War was remarkable for many reasons — none more so than the 2,767 days he spent imprisoned behind enemy lines. Learn about his story as we salute our retired service members on National Vietnam War Veterans Day, March 29.

Our Southwest Travel Adventure, Part Two

As their westward journey continues, the PVE explorers dig into Nevada’s long history from the oldest thirst parlor to the Pony Express.

Sand Traps, Seven Irons and Silliness

Golf has a longstanding, traditional history, but the Moaners and Groaners golf club at Paradise Valley Estates doesn’t let that get in the way of having a great time at play.

Now I Was On My Own

Recalling how making a simple choice between green or red propelled one youth into the wide world — and adulthood — alone.

Welcoming New Residents and The Ridge to Paradise Valley Estates

The Ridge is opening this summer, but the welcome mat is already in place for future residents. Our Countdown to Move-In Series is a full slate of presentations and programs designed to help them orient to their new community and life.

Giving Back Comes Natural at Paradise Valley Estates

Giving back is more than an aspiration at Paradise Valley Estates. It’s a deep belief many of our residents share, whether it’s volunteering their time or investing in the wellbeing of others.

Moxie and A Bulldozer

Recalling the moxie of a former Marine who used his guts to level brush for the Alaskan railroad.