Tag Archive for Sun Lakes Womens Association

Women’s Association Makes Donation to NWC

Vickie Brush, president of Sun Lakes Women’s Association, visited the Neighbors Who Care office this spring to share some great news. After Executive Director Sheryl Keeme visited a meeting of the active Sun Lakes group, the two women formed a partnership among the two nonprofits to better serve the community. Ms. Brush explained that the…

Calling All Sun Lakes Resident Handcrafters

The Sun Lakes Women’s Association needs you! Are you a local Sun Lakes resident who makes distinctive, one-of-a-kind handcrafted items? The Sun Lakes Women’s Association is sponsoring a Holiday Bazaar on Friday, Nov. 3, and Saturday, Nov. 4, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The location is the Sun Lakes Country Club Navajo Room. The…

Sun Lakes Women’s Association Update

The members of the Sun Lakes Women’s Association had a remarkably busy first quarter serving our local communities and providing educational opportunities. We held several estate and garage sales to benefit the local organizations that service all of our Sun Lakes community residents. A special shout-out to Becky Hodge and the team for organizing and…

Sun Lakes Posse Medical Equipment

Sun Lakes Posse Medical Equipment wants to say a big thank you to the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club, Sun Lakes Lions Club, and the Sun Lakes Women’s Association. Thanks to these organizations, we have new blinds in the office, a new walker with a soft seat, and monetary donations to purchase new equipment. Following…

Sun Lakes Women’s Association Donation to San Tan Youth Soccer Association

Vickie Brush, President, Sun Lakes Women’s Association The Sun Lakes Women’s Association received a much-appreciated letter from the Director of Recreational San Tan Youth Soccer Association. The Sun Lakes Women’s Association contributed a golf cart, which is essential to their mission of serving children in Chandler. There are approximately 3,000 to 4,000 Chandler children served…

Sun Lakes Women’s Association Still Going Strong

No, we have not thrown in the towel or pulled up our tables and chairs, nor have we forgotten what this Association means. In the past couple of years, there were many obstacles which prevented our surroundings, our living arrangements, our fellowships, our sadness from moving in certain directions—directions we became used to. There were…