Category: March 2019

Hearing loss, hearing aids and hearing loops

  Juliette Sterkens, audiologist and HLAA’s hearing loop advocate and specialist, will share why hearing loops and hearing assistive technology are needed – even if using the latest hearing aids or cochlear implants. How do hearing loops perform? How do we get the most from our telecoil program? Come to this lively presentation to gather…

Refresher Bridge class

  FUNdaMENTAL Bridge is offering a refresher class for those who recently learned to play bridge or those who want to update their bidding conventions. Learn with Maria Davis, an Audrey Grant Better Bridge Instructor, Life Master and ACBL Game Director. Boot Camp Bridge. Not for Beginners but for people who have played some bridge…

Edgar Cayce Study Group

  Our Search for God study group meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in Room A-2 of Cottonwood Country Club. We explore the readings of Edgar Cayce who is recognized as the greatest psychic of the 20th century and the founder of holistic healing. We strive to be healthier, peaceful and to be one with…

Join Ladies Tours and Lunch Club

  If you are interested in a fun–filled Ladies Tours and Lunch Club, please email me at stephaniehemberg@gmail.com and leave a phone number so I am able to call and talk with you. This is an active, mobile group. You must be able to drive to various locations throughout the Valley. Please, non–smokers only!

Lucky Shot Pool Club ends Winter Tournament

  Gary Vacin The Lucky Shot Pool Club completed its Winter Tournament with 36 players competing in two pockets of 9-Ball and five pockets of 8-Ball. Michael Dalsanders and Devin Beausejours were winners in the top pockets in 9-Ball and 8-Ball, respectively. With their wins, both players qualify for the club championships to be played…

Plenty of help for Wood Carvers

Wally Jasien has a very extensive kachina collection he has carved and is seen here with a new collection of graceful animal sculptures.

Dianne Winenger Wally Jasien is not only a very creative master carver, but he voluntarily shares his time and talent helping the “newbies” decide on a project and guide them through the process to create a lasting artwork and memories of its evolution. Wally has a very extensive kachina collection he has carved. Starting from…