A Photographic Pillar

  Next Stop Silverton, by William Lewis Ann Posiviata Every once in a decade, maybe, we come across an unforgettable event, person or situation. The Sun Lakes Camera Club has…

IronOaks Breakers Pool League

  Larry Stadler Tournament Director Ed Allen came up with an idea to have a “Scotch Doubles” 8 Ball Tournament. The Breakers Board and league members thought this was a…

IronOaks Pickleball Club champs

  Janet Myrick With temperatures ranging from the 90s to a couple of 100-degree days, as well as the spring winds that blew through, we were thankful to have a…

30 shades of color for Sew-N-Sews

Pictured (left to right) are Dianne Mannheimer, Paula Gazzola and Lenora Pasch

The May 13 program for Sew-N-Sews will be a trunk show with 30 outfits made by Mary Louise Lansbarkis. Members will be modeling the ensembles. She will share where she purchased the fabrics, patterns and the designers. Sewing has always been her hobby. The following new officers and chair people will be installed for the…

Anglers gives an additional thank you to our donors

Pictured (left to right) Jerry Bowen, Denene Till and Doyne Cole

We are pleased to add a name to the list of donors. As you can see, the Robson Resort community has joined the following groups that have given the club financial support. The Anglers Club also receives financial assistance from the following organizations; the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club, the Sun Lakes Lions Foundation, the…

Sun Lakes Niners news

Verla Matuschka, Publicity The regular season is winding down and many of our members are heading for places with cooler summers. April events went smoothly. For the Awards Banquet, the ladies enjoyed a pasta buffet in the Navajo Room at the Country Club and delicious desserts made by Sandy Iosue and Liz Tollefsen. Awards were…

Cottonwood Tennis Club picnic

Spencer Roberts, winner of the microphone-eating contest. Photo taken by John Langan

Rod Hayward With months of tournaments, league play and socials behind them, members of the Cottonwood Tennis Club gathered at Sisk Park March 21 to close another successful season and to bid Bon Voyage to their northerner friends, poised for the annual spring migration to cooler climates. The afternoon was filled with entertainment and skill…