Category: August 2016

Women’s Exchange Group

Dr. Peter Sutton returns to the August Women’s Exchange Group’s meeting to present an interesting new way to look at keeping healthy to 100! Join us for a fun evening of food, friendship and exploring women’s interests. Funds from the Women’s Exchange go to helping homeless women.

Sherrian Beagle Nope, Misty May is not here in Sun Lakes, but Dr. Peter Sutton, sponsored by the Wellness Champions and Misty May, will be hosting a women’s health talk at the Women’s Exchange Meeting this month. Come learn how Misty May, three time Olympic gold medalist, stays healthy and in peak shape naturally. This…

Line Dancing with Judee

When you love something and it’s gone for two months, it makes you appreciate it even more when it returns. Can you tell I’m in what we call line dancing withdrawal? We return to line dancing in September. Yay! Dancing spots are being saved for those who have given me their return date and for…

Karaoke and dancing August dates

Double the Fun at Sun Lakes Country Club’s Pro Shop Lounge (Mulligan’s) on Saturday, August 13 from 7:00-? p.m. and then again on Saturday, August 27 from 7:00-? p.m. The lounge will be serving food. Mark your calendar for another fun evening of singing and dancing. If you have been to karaoke with Mr. B.…

Summertime Softball

Dennis Kennedy appears wide awake as he takes a swing at a pitch from Billy Maxwell during our 7:30 a.m. BP! (Courtesy of Core Photography)

Larry Wolfe Sure, it may be a little warm for softball in August in Arizona, but by starting batting practice at 7:30 a.m., it’s only 100 or so by the time we complete our pick-up games. Come by the Field of Dreams any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday morning and beat the heat with us. See…

Escape to the mountains and go fly fishing

Pictured are Brad Smith, an IronOaks resident, and a disabled veteran fishing at the East Lake.

George Abernathy With temperatures over 100 degrees in the Valley, there aren’t too many activities healthier then escaping to the mountains for some fly fishing. In the past several months I and other members have fished multiple Arizona fisheries for a variety of trout, including the newly introduced “Tiger Trout.” With my wife traveling on…

What’s happening at the Ed Robson Branch Library

Patty Dennehy, Library Paraprofessional The temperatures may be sizzling, but it’s cool and comfortable at the Library! Plan to join us for the following programs in August: Tuesday, August 9 at 1:00 p.m. Area Agency on Aging* Did you know that as a Maricopa County resident age 60 plus, you are eligible for a number…

Fascinating alignment of speakers at Rotary

Elaine Ralls

Norm Noble On Tuesday, August 2, Deborah Walden Ralls will talk about the world’s largest irrigated and vertically integrated pecan farm in the world – the Green Valley Pecan Co. Prior to joining the family business, Ralls worked for Hyatt Regency Scottsdale at Gainey Ranch and taught second and sixth grade children. Now she works…