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50+ SINGLES GROUP FORMS Spirituality Page 58


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WHERE TO EAT Page 75


Cornerstone café, bookstore support community


by Ann N. Videan, APR An open, inviting café and bookstore


tucked in one corner of the Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Church lobby pro- vide a comfortable space for conversa- tion, reflection, improving lives – and support for the church community. The contemporary Christian church


in Chandler is committed to supporting church members, the surrounding com- munity and student summer-camp scholarships with proceeds from the Café at Cornerstone and the Bookstore at Cornerstone. The joint amenities, as envisioned by Lead Pastor Linn Winters, opened in


DESTINATION RELAXATION: The café and bookstore at Cornerstone provides a quiet haven and supports camp scholarships. STSN photo


More than big birds at Ostrich Fest


Elite ‘cats’ come to Chandler


Jaguars dating from the 1930s through 2012 roll into


Chandler with the Jaguar Clubs of North America / Western States Meet 2012 held Sunday through Tuesday, March 11 through 13. Spectator admission is free. See the largest and most prestigious collection of


Jaguar automobiles in North America, greet Jaguar leg- end Norman Dewis and participate in rally, tour and slalom events duringthe event presented by the Jaguar Club of Central Arizona in various locations around the city. The Western States Concours d’Elegance charity


April 2006 when the church moved to its current Alma School Road location.


Youth funding All profits from the financially self-


sustaining café and bookstore go directly into student scholarships for summer camps through CS Student Ministries, according to Cornerstone Director of Retail Services Adrian Guetter. The funds send fifth- and sixth-graders to Prescott Pines camp in Arizona and junior and senior high students to Hume Lake camps in California. Sales also help support youth mis-


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event displays more than 140 vintage, classic and con- temporary Jaguars from across the United States, Canada and Mexico from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun., March 11 at downtown Chandler’s Dr. A.J. Chandler Park at 3 S. Arizona Ave. An SS 100, Jaguar’s first sports car, is fea- tured, as well as million-dollar C-Types and D-Types and more than two dozen E-Types. In addition, the leg- endary Norman Dewis, 91, will sign his book “Norman Dewis of Jaguar: Developing the Legend.” Proceeds from this event benefit ICAN, the Northern Jaguar Project and McPherson College. Dewis also will participate in the meet’s rally, tour and slalom events from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tue., March 13 at Chandler’s Hamilton High School, 3700 S. Arizona Ave. The 75-mile Rally / Tour, with more than 50 Jaguars com-


COOL CAR: See a collection of Jaguars including ones like this one at the Jaguar Club of Central Arizona show in downtown Chandler March 11 through 13. Submitted photo


ROUND & ROUND: Children and the young at heart can enjoy carousel rides at this year’s Ostrich Festival. Submitted photo


Signature ostrich races, ostrich feathers and ostrich burgers


are just part of the 24th Annual Ostrich Festival. Attendees can also enjoy the World Class Midway, entertainment, music, animal shows, carnival rides and family fun from 2 p.m. to midnight Fri., March 9; 10 a.m. to midnight Sat., March 10; and 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sun., March 11. The event takes place at Chandler’s Tumbleweed Park at 2250 S. McQueen Rd.


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peting, starts at 9 a.m. Mon., March 12 at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort at 1 N. San Marcos Pl. in downtown Chandler. Jaguar owners interested in displaying their vehicles are wel-


comed. Those wishing to participate should register at www.jcna.com/agm/2012/index.php.


WebXtra: For more about legendary Norman Lewis, who will appear at the Jaguar show in Chandler, visit www.SanTanSun.com and click on Neighbors.


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