Category: March 2020

Sun Lakes Country Club Ladies Pitch and Putt

Our season is in full swing! Attendance has been a bit sparse due to the chilly mornings, but the warmer weather is definitely on the way. Fun events so far have included teeing off wearing an oven mitt, teeing off with a tennis racquet, and teeing off while sitting on a folding chair! There will…

Yoga at Cottonwood

John Blair I would personally like to thank everyone for supporting the Yoga Program at the new Cottonwood Fitness Center. Introduction to Yoga on Saturdays at 9 a.m. has been so successful, a Monday morning 9 a.m. class has been added. These packages ($20 for four weeks, $40 for eight weeks) can be purchased until…

Who Is Left to Speak?

Rabbi Irwin Wiener, D.D. (This column appeared in the September 2016 Splash. There has been no change in the conduct of human behavior. Synagogues, churches, mosques are vandalized. People attending worship services are murdered. The question “Who is left to speak” leaves us to wonder why we do not, with one voice indicate our contempt…

Want to Shoot Trap?

The Robson communities will hold their annual trap/clay pigeon competition at the Casa Grande trap/skeet range on March 27, 2020. Each shooter will shoot three rounds of 25 targets. The competition started in 2011. All seven Robson communities will participate in the competition. Anyone who enjoys shooting is welcome to participate. After the shoot, we…

News From Your Neighbors – Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

Ginger Voltmer

2019 City of Chandler Volunteer of the Year, Ginger Voltmer Elizabeth Vaughan Congratulations to Ginger Voltmer who has been named Volunteer of the Year in the “Sunbeam” category by the City of Chandler! Ginger has been a volunteer with Neighbors Who Care since 2016, and has become one of our most versatile and dependable resources.…

Spring = Season of Growth

The little hottie this month is Freddie - personality and energy plus! He is a very good boy and loves to walk! Ask for more information at 480-600-2828.

Most everyone knows that their dogs must walk. It is in their DNA. But most people do not think about engaging their best friend in mental stimulation. What kind of life is it to just hang around the house all the time? Get up, go for a walk, eat, lie around, eat, go for walk, bedtime…

Come “Home” with the SunBird Singers

Jim McCutcheon The theme for this spring’s concerts is “Home.” We will be singing and ringing about living and playing in SunBird, making new homes, returning home, friendships old and new, and will offer some homespun humor and advice. How do those topics translate into choral and bell music? Attend one of the two concerts…

Kibbutzim in Israel, Then and Now

Kibbutz Sasa 1949

Michael Cohen, MD Friends of Israel, SLJC presents Susan Bondy. She has lectured nationally on Israel, Kibbutzim, and the Dead Sea Scrolls and investing. She is currently Chairman of the Israeli American Council – Arizona. The word Kibbutz means “gathering” in Hebrew and refers to the communal settlements in Israel that began well before the…

Unity: Listening

Unity Church of Sun Lakes is a Spiritual community. We focus on peace, love, and healing and follow the teachings of Jesus as well as other spiritual masters. We meet in the Arts and Crafts Room of Sun Lakes Country Club, a long block south of Riggs on Sun Lakes Blvd., at 9:30 a.m. on…

Sheriff’s Posse Open House

Sheriff’s Posse Open House

Craig Lloyd On Jan. 25, the Sun Lakes Posse facility held an open house for the residents of the Sun Lakes Community. The following members within the Sun Lakes Posse organization were showcased at the event: In attendance were the members of the Sun Lakes Medical Equipment Loaner Program to assist and provide members of…