Category: September 2017

Conservation Corner

Pesticide – Part 2 Pauline Lee Man has made chemicals to eliminate insects, animals or weeds that are considered to be pests by us. Unfortunately, these pesticides also harm man, other beneficial beings and our environment. Some alternative methods to fighting the pests commonly found around our homes will be discussed. There are several natural…

Apple Users Group news

Glenna Reeves The first Apple Users group met in April, and we have had monthly meetings since that time, with the exception of August. Our next meeting will be at the Oakwood Country Club, Bradford Room A, on Monday, September 11, at 1:00 p.m. Bring your iPad and iPhone to the meeting with you. We…

Sun Lakes residents win big!

Left to right: Tom Rainville, Mags Lackner and Pete Lackner

Lorri Morgan Tom Rainville traveled to Portland, Oregon, in July to participate in Orchard Hills Country Club Member/Guest with member Pete Lackner. The team finished first in their flight. Special thanks go to Mags Lackner for allowing Pete to play in the golf tournament on their anniversary weekend.

The “new” Sunday Dance Club season

Members of the Sunday Dance Club

John Yu On Sunday, September 17, we’ll be starting of our new season with an “Open House Dance.” Route 66 will be our first band, and all of Sun Lakes and surrounding communities are invited. We expect a full house for the Season Opener, so please email or call ahead using the information at our…

Unity: Back home again

Kay Davis It is September, and the Unity Church of Sun Lakes is looking forward to resuming our Sunday Celebrations at 9:30 a.m. on September 3 in the Arts and Crafts Room of Sun Lakes Country Club. This July and August, the church suspended our regular services. Our members have gone to New Thought churches…

Sun Lakes resident receives numerous medals

Barbara Osterhoudt Arizona State University Professor Emeritus Dr. Robert “Bob” Osterhoudt of 25223 S. Saddletree Drive, Sun Lakes, has finished second in the M75 (men 75-79 years of age) 80 meters high hurdles (the national silver medalist), second in the M75 weight throw (the national silver medalist) and third in the M75 hammer throw (the…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Wo Care Inc.

Neighbors Who Care

What do you need? Eric Ehst, Executive Director At Neighbors Who Care, we help homebound, frail and disabled seniors to remain living in their own homes. Our caring volunteers provide some basic services, such as transportation, grocery shopping, meal delivery, minor home repairs, caregiver respite, welfare checks, friendly visiting and more. What we do helps…

SLUMC offers Alpha course

Sun Lakes United Methodist Church will host an introduction class to Alpha on Sunday, September 10, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Room 4 of the Education Building, beginning with a complimentary light lunch. Alpha is a 10-week course sprinkled with humor, allowing you the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and…

A new art experience

Art Camp! That’s right, it’s a new art concept for adults. During October, you can enjoy a different hands-on experience each day; learning new ways with crayons, aluminum foil, toothpicks, ink, photo paper and so forth. Make art fun again! Art camp begins Tuesday, October 17, and runs through Friday, October 20, from 9:00-10:30 a.m.…