Category: June 2019

Sun Lakes Country Club

Message From The President Anne Montgomery Summer is nearly here with its rising temperatures. The importance of staying hydrated cannot be emphasized too often or too strongly. This is a particularly important warning to those of you who will be experiencing summer in the low desert for the first time. Dehydration can be a serious…

Aging is a blessing

Rabbi Irwin Wiener, D.D. Okay, bad things happen to us. Bad things happen to all people, regardless of age. Things that cause pain are real and lasting. When we were younger, we felt invincible. Now we are feeling vulnerable. Our youth was spent dreaming. As we age, we tend to remember the past, but with…

The Crystal Card Project has a busy summer ahead

Bobbie Reed Sales and work sessions are continuing through the summer for The Crystal Card Project. So those of you who are here in Sun Lakes looking for activities, consider the options below to support this community effort. Help make cards – June 19 and 26. No experience is necessary. There are lots of tasks…

A very special hiking trip

Judith Kuse In mid-March, 40 members of the Sun Lakes Hiking Club embarked on this year’s Special Hiking Trip with destinations in the Dragoon Mountains; the wine country of Willcox, AZ; the Chiricahuas and the city of Bisbee, AZ. The entire trip was graced with good trails, companionable hikers and the absence of glitches. Hikers…

Sheriff’s Posse resumes patrol of Sun Lakes

The Sun Lakes Sheriff’s Posse is pleased to announce that community patrols have resumed throughout Sun Lakes, and to remind all residents that the Sun Lakes Posse Medical Equipment Office is now operating on their summer hours. The office is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to noon. The office is closed on Fridays…

Line Dancing with Judee

Our group is smaller since our snowbirds “flew away.” However, we’re still learning, dancing and having FUN with full time resident dancers, aka “Survivors of AZ’s summer, sometimes starting in April!” We do stop more often to drink water. This is very necessary for ALL people to stay hydrated, especially if doing a physical activity,…

An Evening of Old Time Radio

Bill Becker, SLCT Publicity Sun Lakes Community Theatre presents another production of An Evening of Old Time Radio, directed by Roger Edmonds. Theatergoers of a certain vintage (you know who you are, now living in Sun Lakes) who saw the previous show were drawn back to the “Golden Age of Radio” when we listened and…