Category: Generals

Desert Threads Have Been Busy

Diana Jones Desert Threads quilters may be quarantined, but their sewing machines are stitching faster than ever. A recent survey conducted by Arizona Quilters Guild asking how many and where personal protective equipment (PPE) equipment was made is proof that Desert Threads quilters are busy sewing. In early April, U.S. Vets requested at least 150…

New Arts & Crafts Display Case

Jeanne Becker, Board Treasurer, Greater Sun Lakes Community Foundation Pan Klima and Tami Ronnfeldt dedicate the new Arts & Crafts display case in the lobby of Sun Lakes Country Club, made possible through a grant from the Greater Sun Lakes Community Foundation, represented by its president, Richard Hawkes. Some of the Arts & Crafts Association’s…

Sun Lakes – Cottonwood Palo Verde at Sun Lakes

Message from the President Roger Beagle Welcome to summer in the community of Sun Lakes. I would like to send out a “Hello” to everyone. It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I write this month’s message to the Cottonwood Palo Verde (CWPV) residents. There are some big happenings in our community starting with…

Save the Date for July 9 Blood Drive

Dean Athmer The Sun Lakes Posse will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, July 9, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be in the meeting room with plenty of space to comply with social distancing requirements. Here are the basic requirements to give blood: * Donation frequency: every 56…

Sun Lakes Rangers Complete Training

Michael Berry Three new members of the Arizona Rangers-Sun Lakes Company completed the Arizona Rangers Training Academy (ARTA) last month. This brings the total number of Rangers serving our communities to 15. Ashley Crutchfield, Michael Murdock, and Ronald Ferry graduated from ARTA under the direction of Major Barry Adams, state training director. Major Adams is…

July Friendship Card Class

Sandy Johnson Well, ladies, cards were supposed to be done in an earlier class, but the class was canceled. So, after a long absence, we will try once again to make these beautiful cards. We will be holding class on Wednesday, July 15, at 1:15 p.m. at the Oakwood Arts and Crafts building with a…

Meeting the Need

Elizabeth Vaughan At Neighbors Who Care (NWC), we receive thoughtful thank you notes often. Some are on monogrammed stationery, while others are scrawled on a piece of paper, but they all offer heartfelt gratitude for the work our volunteers do in our community. Our staff looks forward to mail time, and we love to read…

Remembering Our Roots

Note: This is a Paid Advertorial Representative T. J. Shope, Senator Vince Leach, Senator J.D. Mesnard As our state and nation grapple with the emerging challenge of how to overcome the global COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis, it is more important than ever for Arizona to resist the temptation to abandon the free-market principles…

Calling All Friends of the Evans Scholars Foundation!

Ray Rosenbach I am reaching out to residents in all of the Robson Communities looking for Evans Scholars alumni or fellow supporters of the Evans Scholars Foundation. The Evans Scholars Foundation awards full tuition and housing college scholarships to high-achieving youth caddies with limited financial means. Established in 1930 by the Western Golf Association and…

NAIL – Message from the President

Bill Haskell, president of New Adventures' Governing Council

Bill Haskell New Adventures in Learning Governing Council is continuing to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and is evaluating alternative learning opportunities. The traditional “normal,” in-person learning model might not be the version that will work in a post-pandemic world. In addition, the council has been notified by Chandler Gilbert Community College…