The Appeal of Hiking

Warren Wasescha, Sun Lakes Hiking Club It’s not always easy to describe why so many people like to hike. It’s exercise, certainly. You see great scenery, of course. The views from the top can be exhilarating, for sure. But you can drive up to the top of places like South Mountain to enjoy the scenery…

SL Community Theatre Receives a Foundation Grant

Jeanne Becker, Foundation Treasurer The Greater Sun Lakes Community Foundation has donated $6,000 to Sun Lakes Community Theatre (SLCT) to replace a 15-year-old lighting console, which at the last theatrical production at Oakwood, simply quit working. They were able to finish the show by borrowing the console owned by CWPV and stored at the Cottonwood…

Rotary Club of Sun Lakes Helps Resettled Refugees

Dr. Honora Norton, RCSL Public Image Director Rotary Club of Sun Lakes (RCSL) partnered with the Welcome to America Project, collecting personal hygiene products during the month of April. On May 2 RCSL members Lisbeth Levor, Sharon Flood, Ann Diamond, Stan Klein, and Kandi Skrabala worked at the Welcome to America warehouse packing the household…

Heading North!

Tom Larsen As spring has rolled around the line, “I am heading north” has been heard frequently around Sun Lakes. This often means we are saying goodbye to friends who are part-time residents as they head back to summer homes. However, to the members of the Sun Lakes Fly Fishing Club (SLFFC), this statement has…

Unity Community Helps to Feed Starving Children

Recently, six Unity Church of Sun Lakes volunteers participated in a service project that will change the lives of 56 children worldwide. The group was part of a team that helped package 3,420 MannaPack Rice™ packages at the Mesa Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) packing center. That translates to 20,520 meals, or enough to feed…