Category: July 2017

Unit Happenings

Villas 37 For new Villas #37 homeowners, welcome! If you are not receiving our Villas emails, contact Nancy Engelhardt at [email protected] and provide her with your name and street address along with your email so she can add you to our master list. Protect Your Home – The Sun Lakes Fire Department, as a community…

CLGA news and scores

Nancy Gahn

Mary Nelson Results of the CLGA Shamble event on May 11 are as follows: 1st Place Team – Patty Assante, Rita Healy, Sherri Butler and Martha Foster; 2nd Place Team – Tracy Rice, Pat Tjosvold, Virginia Diers and Ruby Meyer; 3rd Place Team – Sandy Johnson, Trudy Houghton, Caroline Brown and Florence Wright Results of…

Is Rotary for you?

Kentucky Derby party

Norm Noble Are you someone who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? That’s the focus of Rotary. The members of Sun Lakes Rotary Club are dedicated men and women who share a passion for community service and friendship. Many members are retired, and this is the first chance they have…

Remembering our fallen heroes

Guest speaker Dave Althoff (left) is introduced by League Commandant Dave Lott.

Denise Lott This year’s Memorial Day service for Sun Lakes was again held at the Pavilion of the Sun Lakes Country Club. There was a good-sized crowd gathered to remember our fallen military members. The program was coordinated by East Valley Marines Detachment 1296 and the Sun Lakes Country Club staff. The morning ceremony began…

Conservation Corner

Sugar and your health Pauline Lee Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, better economic conditions in the Western world have been accompanied by the appearance and proliferation of chronic health problems that require a long incubation period to develop into life-threatening diseases. Typically, health problems begin with periodontal disease (tooth decay). Then for people…

Chuck Deuth honored as Rotarian of the Year

Rotarian of the Year Chuck Deuth

Norm Noble So many of the Sun Lakes Rotary Club members are involved in club activities, fundraising and projects, but there always seems to be one who really becomes involved and provides leadership, knowledge and skills to make things happen. This year, it was Chuck Deuth, a member of Sun Lakes Rotary for the past…