Category: May 2015

The Cotillion season is at the finish line

Passing the torch: Incoming Co-Presidents Shirley and Rob Spade (left) with outgoing Co-Presidents Pat and Larry Wolfe enjoy the season finale

It was more like “dancing for the roses” than “running for the roses” at the Cotillion Dance Club’s final event of the 2014-2015 season! The Kentucky Derby Party theme, celebrating the upcoming 140th race, was the perfect opportunity for the ladies to wear their fancy hats and party dresses. The affair was held April 11…

Unit Happenings

Unit 37 Annette Carrington The Board of Directors would like to recognize the efforts of the Property Image and Landscaping (PI and L) committee members Doug Schmunk, Marlene Paschke, Janet Corso, Jim Poland, Nancy Engelhardt and others who assisted in introducing the new indigenous plant varieties on Carefree Way. Favorable comments have been received from…

Pulaski Club

P. Chojnacki Sunday May 3 – Constitution Day Dinner from 1:00-3:00 p.m. with music by the Varitones from 3:00-6:00 p.m.; members: $10/non-members $15/ages 7-14 half price/under seven free. Reservations requested; call 480-209-8527 or 602-275-9329. Sunday, May 17 – Spring Fling Dance with music by Mike Corrollo from 2:00-5:00 p.m. Visit our website at www.pulaskiclubaz.org; like…

Sun Lakes Hiking Club prepares for summer

Sun Lakes Hiking Club on special hike near Flagstaff

Roberta Arpan The Sun Lakes Hiking Club season officially ended on April 29 with the Wednesday hikers scaling Camelback Mountain followed by brunch in Scottsdale. However, two popular annual events preceded the closing of the season and were well attended. In March, 59 Sun Lakes hikers, spouses and friends attended the 10th annual Special Hike…

IWLN most improved players

Margaret Johns, first place Most Improved Player

Nancy Davis, Publicity Most Improved Players: On April 8, President Jeanine Krause hosted our General Meeting and Brunch and announced the IWLN Most Improved Players for 2014. Jeanine awarded the first place Most Improved Player to Margaret Johns and the second Most Improved Player to Rachel Enloe. Both of the ladies were presented a certificate…

OLNGA launches new website

Susan Meer (left) and Barbara Stewart (right) present a check to Eric Ehst, Executive Director of Neighbors Who Care

Ann Rounthwaite On March 10 the Oakwood Lady Niners Golf Association hosted a very successful Member/Guest day, raising $1700 for local charities. After donating those funds to Neighbors Who Care and A Perfect Place, the OLNGA returned its focus to golf. Low net and gross games were scheduled to determine the club’s championship and AWGA…

PAL update

Mary Scala Hello to my dear members and friends of PAL. I am sorry that I didn’t submit a column last month, but I was under the weather and I am apologizing to all my readers who can’t wait to read about poor little Mary and the wicked Board of Directors. As it is now…