Tag: Sun Lakes Rangers

Meet Your Sun Lakes Rangers!

Michael Berry Jeff Wasilenski is one of the newer recruits of the fast-growing Arizona Rangers-Sun Lakes Company. The Sun Lakes Company now has close to 30 members after an initial group of five formed the local company in 2019. A metro Detroit native, Jeff has lived in Arizona the past 10 years. Like many Rangers,…

Ranger Ranks Explode

Michael Berry From humble beginnings in early 2019, your Sun Lakes Ranger Company has grown from an initial founding group of five to a current membership of 27 Rangers and half a dozen applicants. Established to provide a visual deterrent to crime in our communities through regularly-scheduled patrols, the Rangers help create a safer Sun…

Sun Lakes Rangers Escort the Easter Bunny

Michael Berry The Sun Lakes Rangers were proud to lead the annual Sun Lakes Country Club’s Easter Parade on March 26. Sponsored by the Sun Lakes Lions Club, Sun Lakes Lions Breakfast Club, Sun Lakes Rotary, and the Cottonwood Palo Verde Recreation Department, the parade was a huge success with prize money awarded for the…

Sun Lakes Rangers Luncheon

Pictured are Scott Murdock, Jim Curcio (seated), Ron Burchett, Shirley Pierini, and Tim Kelly.

Michael Berry The Sun Lakes Rangers hosted a luncheon for outgoing IronOaks Patrol Director Jim Curcio last month at the Cottonwood Bar & Grill. Jim built an outstanding Patrol team during his tenure, checking visitors at the gates and providing a visible crime deterrent by patrolling the community in marked vehicles. Patrol visibility is important…

Sun Lakes Rangers Honors Director Curcio

Pictured are Scott Murdock, Jim Curcio (seated), Ron Burchett, Shirley Pierini, and Tim Kelly

Michael Berry The Sun Lakes Rangers hosted a luncheon for outgoing IronOaks Patrol Director Jim Curcio last month at the Cottonwood Bar & Grill. Jim built an outstanding Patrol team during his tenure, checking visitors at the gates and providing a visible crime deterrent by patrolling the community in marked vehicles. Patrol visibility is important…

Sun Lakes Rangers’ Community Service Project

Captain Ron Burchett, Ranger Roger Hyles, Renaissance Community Relations Director Dale Russell, and Executive Officer Scott Murdock

Michael Berry One of your Sun Lakes Rangers community service missions this past December involved delivering thousands of surgical masks and children’s masks to both the Renaissance, in Sun Lakes, and the Gila River Police Department. With the projected surge in coronavirus-related cases, these masks will assist protecting our collective communities. If you would like…

Sun Lakes Rangers Shop-With-A-Cop

Michael Berry Christmas came early for hundreds of kids in need from all over the Valley for the now-annual Shop-With-A-Cop. Law enforcement agencies from all over the Valley foster positive relationships between youth and officers by way of Shop-With-A-Cop. One of the missions of the Arizona Rangers is supporting youth organizations and activities, and according to…

Sun Lakes Rangers Partner with Neighbors Who Care

Pictured are NWC Executive Director Sheryl Keeme, Sun Lakes Ranger Captain Ron Burchett, and Sun Lakes Ranger Executive Officer Scott Murdock.

Michael Berry Neighbors Who Care (NWC) thanked their remarkable volunteers while maintaining a safe environment during a drive-thru event, as proclaimed by Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke. Over 70 gift bags were presented to NWC volunteers who passed through the “Thank You Day” line under the watchful eye of the Sun Lakes Rangers. Thanks to everyone…

Sun Lakes Rangers Stand Up for Country and Families

Michael Berry Your Sun Lakes Rangers supported the District 6 Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to provide security at an October Queen Creek rally supporting Constitutional liberties and values. The Arizona Freedom and Family Rally, celebrating July 4 in October, was a fun and family-friendly event, celebrating our values and cherishing our freedoms! Keynote speakers were…

Sun Lakes Rangers Team Up to Provide Shoes for Chandler Youth

Michael Berry Dick’s Sporting Goods, the Arizona Rangers-Sun Lakes Company, and the Chandler Police Department teamed up to provide Chandler Neighborhood Resources 182 pairs of shoes for deserving children in our community.  Dick’s Sporting Goods is committed to partnering with the communities they serve, and the Arizona Rangers provide support for the youth and youth organizations…