Category: December 2015

Korean War / Korea Service Veterans news

Pictured left to right are Mick Tucker, Stacy Sweet and Jay Sanderson

Stacy Sweet The R Countryman Chapter of the Korean War/Korea Service Veterans will not have their normal meeting in December but will be having a luncheon on December 11 from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. to celebrate the season and conduct the election of officers. Please call Jay Sanderson at 480-895-2950 if you are a current member and…

Softball Player Profile: Billy Kee

Larry Wolfe Billy Kee is a native of Paris – that would be Paris, Arkansas, not Paris, France. Billy’s father and two older brothers went from sharecrop farming in Arkansas to custom farm work in Casa Grande in September 1956; three months later Billy, his mother and the rest of the family joined them. The…

The Remodeling Corner

Janet Cook When we buy a home, we have a fresh set of eyes that assess what needs to be done to facilitate our personality and lifestyle. Our home purchase decision was based on which house that had the most of what we were hoping for. Many homeowners do some remodeling to eliminate those inevitable…

Tai-Chi-Qigong in December

Join Kim Kubsch in an easy and gentle Tai Chi class!

Kim Kubsch Add to your holiday joy with increased mobility, better balance and reduced stress at easy and gentle Tai Chi-Qigong classes in Sun Lakes. All ages and abilities are welcome to any of our Wednesday classes. I teach the Beginner class from 1:00-2:00 p.m. and an Intermediate class from 2:15-3:15 p.m. each Wednesday at…

IMGA person of the month – Max Spencer

John Concannon, Publicity As this month’s IMGA Person of the Month it is my pleasure to present Max Spencer. Whether it is the easy going, laid back demeanor on the course or his unique gait while walking the streets of Ironwood, Max is a familiar member of IMGA. He was born on January 10, 1935…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

Santa pops in for a visit to one of NWC’s clients!

The no scrooge neighborhood Eric Ehst, Executive Director It’s the holiday season again. Anyone who has read Dickens’ A Christmas Carol or seen one of the many movie versions remembers that moment when Scrooge realizes that a person’s true legacy is not how much money they accumulated, but the difference they made in the lives of…