Category: September 2020

IronOaks Tennis Club Plans a Busy Year!

Carole Rockland The new IronOaks Tennis Club (IOTC) Board has planned a busy year of tennis for members. The opening event will be a “welcome back” mixer with Cottonwood Tennis Club on Saturday, Nov. 7. December will feature the traditional New Year’s Eve mixer, open to all local tennis clubs. A highlight of this event…

It Is a Win-Win

D. Williams, Rover’s Rest Stop I have been saying this for years! Now there is a real study to back me up! Take heart, our Kids will help you achieve your healthy goals! We love to share information: Dogs Naturally is an all-natural, holistic magazine written by holistic veterinarians that offers webinars to learn and interact…

CMGA July Results

Buddy Meola The Cottonwood Men’s Golf Association started the month with the Ace of Aces qualifier. The low gross and low net scores qualify them for the Ace of Aces Tournament played in early 2021. July 4 Ace of Aces Event: First Flight: Low Gross Mark Higgs, Low Net Larry Frink; Second Flight: Low Gross…

Zumba® with Mary

Mary Tyree

Mary Tyree It’s time to kick the COVID-19 and get back to that healthy lifestyle we all enjoyed in the past. We have all been away from Zumba for a while, so this is a good opportunity to slip back into the routine again. Join me as we ease back into shape and have fun…

Other Card Results

Pinochle Join us for Pinochle every Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the Cottonwood Clubhouse, A-7 Painting Room. 7/03. Women: 1st Jackie Baker 559, 2nd Lillian Look 705; Men: 1st Dave Smits 901, 2nd Konrad Spicker 702, 3rd Roger Bergerson 603 7/10. Women: 1st Marlene Hinkle 798, 2nd Sharon Zubchevich 781, 3rd Betty Echgelmeier 725; Men:…

Line Dancing with Judee

Judee Curtis In my opinion, things are not better than they were in March. We’ve had our ups and downs here in Arizona. Data changes daily, weekly, and monthly, so it’s very hard to plan ahead. On March 14, the day after we stopped dancing, I started planning what dances were going to be taught in…

Wish We Were Here

Harry Huckemeyer Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Less than a year ago, our club was participating at one of the annual events a little up north that lasted for a three-day period, and on the first day it was estimated that approximately 7,000 interested parties passed through the area, viewing several of…

The Library Corner at SLCC

Bette Hargrave Dear Friends and Readers: I recently picked up an issue of the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, Minn., and read a column in the Opinion Exchange. “A Brief Magic Moment Shared Amid Chaos” A brief story of a son who, along with his parents’ caretakers, arrange for his parents in their 90s and living with…