Category: November 2019

Low Vision Support Group to meet Nov.13

Linda M Horton The Low Vision Support Group will meet again on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 9 a.m. in the third-floor Game Room at Renaissance. We will talk about whether nutrients help delay the progression of Aged-Related Macular Degeneration. We meet on the second Wednesday morning of each month. Please join us if you are legally…

Edgar Cayce Study Group

Our Search for God study group meets every Thursday at 7 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 the…

The Hot Spot

CAP members pictured (Left to Right) are Sherry Cameron, Karen Snow, Nancy Roberts, and Brian Curry. Photo by Burt Williams.

AFMA Fire Corps Member Advance to Fire Inspector Carl Schell, an Arizona Fire & Medical Authority Fire Corps volunteer, recently attended the 2019 Arizona State Fire School where he completed classes for “Arizona State Fire Inspector 2.” Previously, Schell and fellow Fire Corps volunteers Brian Curry and Roger Fell had certified as “Arizona State Fire…

Women’s Connection Vendor Fair is back

Susan Reynhout, Publicity Chairman It’s the best girlfriend event with fabulous shopping with local vendors. It’s a great holiday kick-off for a good cause! Our exclusive Vendor Fair features your favorite vendors and some great new ones, too. There will be a clothing boutique, Christmas items, home décor, pottery, jewelry, candles, skin care and beauty items,…

Restless Minds will focus on recycling

Bill Gates This has been a tough year for recycling. Several countries, most notably China, have either cut back or eliminated recyclable items they will accept and process. And here in the United States, waste management companies are increasingly sending many recyclable items to landfills. At its November meeting, the Restless Minds discussion group will…

Sew-N-Sews news and events

Phyllis Prysock Are you new to the area and interested in joining a talented group of creative people? Come join us at our November meeting and see what we are all about. The next monthly meeting of Sew-N-Sews will be on Wednesday, Nov. 13, starting at 1 p.m. in the Navajo Room of Sun Lakes Country…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care, INC

Respite Care: Caring for the Caregiver Elizabeth Vaughan November is National Caregiver’s Month, and this year’s theme is “Caregiving around the clock.” Anyone who has had the experience of caring for a loved one knows that it’s not a 9 to 5 gig, as many challenges present themselves around bedtime or even late at night. Being…

Shop ’Til You Drop – Jan. 15

A fashion show benefiting the Arizona Fire and Medical Authority/Sun Lakes Fire Department is planned for Jan. 15, 2020. Shop ‘Til You Drop, by Calle Rose Fashions, will be sponsored by the Ladies Community Chit & Chat Breakfast Group. This event will be open to the public. Come and show your support for the Arizona Fire and Medical…

Sun Lakes residents represent St. Stevens at Knights of Columbus initiation ceremony

Pictured (left to right) are Bob Walsh, K of C District Representative; Nancy Phalen; Maynard Iverson, Scribe, St. Steven’s Assembly; Bill Phalen, Initiate; Chuck Guillaume, Comptroller, St. Steven’s Assembly; Ron Moffatt, Initiate; and Karen Shafer.

Six Sun Lakes residents represented St. Steven’s Catholic Church at the Arizona Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Exemplification (Initiation Ceremonies) held in Casa Grande on Sept.r 28. Over 100 participants, including 44 initiates from numerous councils around the state, took part in the ritual for raising Knights to the highest status in the Order. Two…