Roadrunners RV Club

Cathie Smith, Secretary Wasn’t April great? May was a bit warm for me and, “oh my,” are we ready for June and the coming Arizona summer? Most of the Roadrunners…

New Arts & Crafts Display Case

Jeanne Becker, Board Treasurer, Greater Sun Lakes Community Foundation Pan Klima and Tami Ronnfeldt dedicate the new Arts & Crafts display case in the lobby of Sun Lakes Country Club,…

SLRGS Club, Queens of Copper

Sandy Peterson and Patti O’Neill show off a variety of bracelets created in the SLRGS Club shop using copper and mixed metals. Linda Shanahan Last month we spotlighted silversmithing. The…

Cottonwood Tennis Year in Review 2019-20

A review of activities of CTC includes women’s doubles, men’s doubles, and, of course, food. A review of activities of CTC includes women’s doubles, men’s doubles, and, of course, food.…

Ladies! Join Us for Nine Holes This Summer

Summer play on Oakwood Palms number 7. Golfers (left to right): Patty Fanzo, Pam Matassarin, and Lynn Matassarin Judy Hedding The Oakwood Lady Niners Golf League (OLNGA) invites you to…

Crystal Card Project: Pandemic Update

Used cards ready to be refashioned into new ones for The Crystal Card Project Bobbie Reed Sadly, during the past several months, a time when families have been forced to…

Welcome back Lady Niners

It’s October, an exciting time of year. Weather is changing. There is a break in the golfing at Sun Lakes Country Club due to reseeding the course. It is a time of renewal of friendships as the winter visitors start arriving and a time to meet new people. The main event for the Sun Lakes…

SL Breakfast Lions upcoming plans

Fred Giese Hi Breakfast Lions. Well, it’s October and you know what that means; fall, Halloween, winter visitors coming back, cooler weather, three Open House opportunities to get new members and spaghetti! Don’t forget the Open Houses on the first, second and fourth Saturdays of October. This is a great chance to promote the Breakfast…

Ellie’s aerobic classes

Get in shape with Ellie Schuck!

Ellie Schuck Let me be a part of your mornings and help you get in shape. There is absolutely nothing you can do for 60 minutes that gives you more benefits than exercise. It affects every part of your body in a positive way; and the good news is you’ll probably have fun doing it.…

Veterans’ Voice – October 2014

Art Sloane Everyone loves a parade and the valley has two major ones. The East Valley Veterans Parade will take place at 11:00 a.m. on November 8 in downtown Mesa. This parade was formerly called the Mesa Veterans Day Parade. Now with over 100 units in it, it is held on the Saturday before Veterans…

The Remodeling Corner – October 2014

Janet Cook October is National Kitchen and Bath month, a focus on the two most important rooms where design details affect one’s daily living experience! Investing in updating those rooms can add value to your life, and value when it is time to sell the home. Here are some money saving tips to get the…

Edgar Cayce Study Group

Our “Search for God” study group meets every Thursday at 7:00 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…