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May 16, 2014

Mountain Vista Communities celebrates 5th year, hosts luau

Gabrielle Kuholski
Staff Writer

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Nicole Past, Mountain Vista Communities staff member, opens the bouncy castle for children attending the luau Saturday at the MVC Community Center. The youth-friendly event also included a free hot dog or cheeseburger lunch, snow cones and face painting to celebrate MVC’s 5th year anniversary as Fort Huachuca’s Family housing management company.
 
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Billy Messenger, Mountain Vista Communities, or MVC, maintenance technician, front, and Rick Sperle, MVC facility director, add cheese to the grilling hamburgers during MVC’s luau celebration Saturday at the new community center. Mike Grayson, MVC maintenance supervisor, background left, and Vince Cargona, MVC landscape supervisor, assisted with the free grilled lunch.
 
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Jeanie Sparks, retired military spouse, holds her puppy, 8-week-old Tessa, an early Mother’s Day gift. Families and a few pets attended the Hawaiian-inspired grill-out lunch Saturday at the new Mountain Vista Community Center.
 
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Ashley Nix, Mountain Vista Communities staff member, hands daughter Madelena, 8, a cherry-flavored snow cone at the MVC Community Center luau Saturday. Also supporting the snow cone station were Kayliegh Rich, left, and Nicole Past, right, both MVC staff members.
 
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Military Family members Samantha King, her daughter Italia, 6, and her son Jube, 3, enjoy a free grill-out-style lunch and snow cones at Mountain Vista Communities’ luau celebration at the new community center Saturday. The Hawaiian-themed event commemorated MVC’s 5th year anniversary as Fort Huachuca’s Family Housing management company.




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