Category: Clubs & Classes

Gary Whiting receives “Service Above Self” Award

Gary Whiting

Norm Noble Gary Whiting is a long-time member of the Sun Lakes Rotary Club, serving as its President in Rotary year 2000-2001 and then serving as Arizona Rotary District 5510 Centennial Governor in Rotary year 2004-2005. This year, he chaired the club’s Website Committee which undertook a much-needed overhaul of the website with a new…

Essential oil workshop

Connie Koehler Join us for an essential oil workshop on Wednesday, July 12, from 1:00-2:00 p.m., at the SunBird Golf Resort Clubhouse, Navajo Room (3rd floor), 6250 SunBird Blvd. The topic will be Oil Blends that Rid Our Bodies of Cellulite. Shelley Zavarella and Paullene Caraher will host a workshop to make an oil blend…

Challenging Rotary speakers in the month of July

Norm Noble On Tuesday, July 11, Hien Nguyen, MD-MPH, will speak at the Sun Lakes Rotary Club’s breakfast meeting. Dr. Hien Nguyen is an Australian-born physician of Vietnamese descent. He graduated from the University of Melbourne, Australia, with High Distinction, where he received his Bachelor’s and Medical Degree and trained with the Royal Australian College…

Volunteer service award recipients

Volunteers of the year 2016: Rose Pachura and Pam Bianchi

The Volunteer Services Award was presented by the St. Steven’s Ladies Guild in Sun Lakes to two recipients. This award winner has to be an active member of the guild from September 1 to the last general meeting in April. The criteria is to work well with others on projects, be a good team leader…

Other Card Results

Tuesday Cribbage 5/02. 1st Bill Bade 14-119, 2nd Joan Laubenstein 11-69, 3rd Patty Donahue 9-39, Low Barb Bade 4 -70, 22 Hand Bill Bade 5/09. 1st Bill Bade 13-60, 2nd Michael Roberts 9-64, 3rd Rudy Gerstner 9-0, Low Joan Laubenstein 2- -117 5/16. 1st Michael Roberts 13-97, 2nd Carol Douglas 11-56, Low Eldon Drenthe 4-…

Hancock Elementary students meet a need

Pictured (left to right) are Ty Schmidt, Kade McIntyre, Katie Villaorduna (teacher) and Isa Mullen with Sun Lakes Rotary Club President Bill McCoach.

Norm Noble Chandler’s Hancock Elementary School, home of the Heat, is an A+ school, as designated by the Arizona Education Foundation. The job of the teachers is to educate their students in the basics: to teach relatively simple concepts, to teach social skills, to teach children how to learn, to teach them age-appropriate lessons. Yet,…