A long history of Service

The Sun Lakes Women's Association was honored at their May meeting by the Sun Lakes Fire Department...

Sun Lakes Therapy Dogs

They passed their final exams; had their graduation party and are now ready to go to work...

Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation

The Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation (SLJC) is an established reform congregation that meets at the Sun Lakes Chapel…

The Hot Spot

SLFD Captain Ron Puchta (right), who is also President of the firefighters union, accepts a donation from the President of the Sun Lakes Breakfast Club, Jim Brotherton, for the union’s…

The Fox on the Fairway

Tickets go on sale Wednesday, July 6 in Cottonwood’s Saguaro Room foyer from 10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Tickets will be sold at those same times every Wednesday in Cottonwood’s Saguaro Room foyer and every Thursday in the foyer at the Oakwood Country Club. The summer play The Fox on the Fairway opens on Sunday, July 24 (2:00…

Play it safe when hiking in the heat

Hikers enjoying view atop tent rocks in New Mexico.

Roberta Arpan Hiking in the heat comes with very specific challenges. To help ensure a safe hike this summer, think SHADE: Selection, Hydration, Avoid, Dress and Educate. Selection: When the temperature soars, select your hike carefully. Drive to a higher altitude where it will be cooler and more likely to be shaded by trees. Choose…

Desert Artists continue to create this summer

Check out the Desert Artists Club!

The numbers are smaller, but the fellowship remains. Summertime is quieter time here in Sun Lakes. Those of us that brave the brutal summers often are found on Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. until ___? (sometime in the afternoon), at Sun Lakes Country Club in the Arts and Crafts Room painting, drawing, doodling, whatever, along with…

Let’s celebrate!

Blood Moon at Custer State Park by Burt Williams

Fireworks, family picnics and food, lots and lots of food are everywhere over this Fourth of July weekend. Celebrate the long weekend by capturing our nation’s 240th birthday in a photograph. The activities are plentiful to practice your photography skills, such as kids playing or splashing in the water, families gathered at a barbeque, sports…

DAR raises $25K in scholarships

Mary Wolf (left) and Gillian Morse

Toni Bolling Lutter Under the leadership of Project Chair Mary Wolf, the Arizona Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) raised $25,000 during Gillian Morse’s two-year term as State Regent. Both are members of Gila Butte DAR; Wolf is the Organizing Regent and Morse is an Honorary Regent of the chapter. At the beginning of…