February 2024

Cottonwood Ladies Golf Association

Cindy Edwards These past months the intrepid women of Cottonwood Ladies Golf Association (CLGA) braved the chilly mornings in order to participate in both days’ play and tournaments. All agree that they are looking forward to the warmer mornings that will hopefully arrive before too long! We have some catching up to do since our last…

Pool Club Tournaments

Gary Vacin Jeff Michelin and Michael Dalsanders are winners in the Lucky Shot Pool Club fall tournaments. Michelin won in 9-Ball, and Dalsanders took 8-Ball. Both will qualify for the club’s year-end championship. Fall tournament results follow: 9-Ball, Pocket 1: 1st Jeff Michelin, 2nd Jerry Cisneros, 3rd Dennis Chenier 9-Ball, Pocket 2: 1st J. R.…

Ornamental Cabbage

Dannette Hunnel Ornamental cabbages are unique, healthy-looking, and a surprisingly pleasant sight to see in the middle of winter. Ornamental cabbages are also known as kale, wild cabbages, or brassica and are plant-able in October and November and again after the last frost. This perky, uprising flower, growing tall and tiered, looks similar to a…

Lady Sluggers Season Is Underway

Larry Wolfe Our Lady Sluggers senior softball team’s 2024 season is well underway. Here is the remaining schedule: Wednesday, Feb. 7, vs. the Stingers at Sunland Village East Monday, Feb. 12, vs. View Point Gems at View Point Wednesday, Feb. 14, vs. Resort Red Sox at Sun Lakes Field of Dreams Monday, Feb. 19, vs. Sunland…

Cottonwood Tennis Club Annual Championship Results

Jerry Higgins Rain on Sunday morning, Jan. 7, postponed the start of the Cottonwood Tennis Club for 64 players vying for the title of Gender Team Champion in one of the six seeded levels of play. Red-rated 4.0 gentlemen and ladies Green-rated 3.5 gentlemen and ladies 75-year-old senior gentlemen group Blue-rated 3.0 ladies group Despite…

Card Making Class

Linda Smart and Sarah Lythgoe Join us on the second Saturday of every month to make two greeting cards with an Independent Stampin’ Up demonstrator. The class fee is $8 and includes everything you need except adhesive. Bring yours or purchase during class. Doors open at 9:20 a.m. The cards will be completed during one…

CWPV Message from the President

Leonard Horst We made it past the shortest day of the year in December; Christmas, Boxing Day, and New Year’s celebrations; the anniversary of the Jan. 6 riot; the end of the college football season; and our annual Safety Day event, and here we are in the “Month of Love,” getting ready for Valentine’s Day.…