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14 GENERALS


Marlene Hinkle I want to thank all of you who signed my


petition to get bus service to the Sun Lakes/ SunBird area. We had over 400 signatures. I met with Bruce Bartholomew, chief


of staff at Fulton Brock’s offi ce at the Maricopa County building in downtown Phoenix. I gave Mr. Bartholomew the petition. He promised me he would take the matter further. He also indicated if this board doesn’t act favorably on the measure, there will be two new members in January. Sometimes fresh faces bring a new perspective. The importance of this issue cannot be


editorial@robson.com — June 2012 Bus service update


stressed too much. On the bus I took to deliver the petition, I talked with a young employee of Bashas. He indicated when his hours fall outside of the rush hour, he has to ride his bicycle seven miles one way to get to work. Since the bus schedule cutback, this same young man now has to ride his bicycle to work in the dark, not a very safe practice. Last weekend he was asked to work overtime, so after 12 hours of work he then had to ride his bicycle home. I’ve heard dozens of similar stories. We need bus service in this area! I will stay in touch with Mr. Bartholomew and keep you updated on the progress. 


Free health insurance info


Vivian Berman Dedicated volunteer counselors


specially trained by the Arizona Agency on Aging’s Benefi ts Assistance Program provide objective, personalized assistance to seniors and the disabled. Volunteer services include: Medicare Information concerning health


maintenance organizations (HMO’s), Medicare supplement plans (Medigap), and Medicare Part D; prescription drug plans available in Arizona; Help with enrollments, appeals,


assistance with insurance


paperwork and resolving problems. Basic information about applying for


Social Security, Medicare, Medicare cost sharing programs, SSI, AHCCCS and ALTCS. Basic information about long term care


insurance. These volunteers are available to assist


you Fridays, all year, from 9:00 a.m. to noon in the Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, Education Building, Room 3. The church is located at 9248 E. Riggs Road, just west of the Sun Lakes Robson Library. The Education Building is at the back (north end) of the church grounds. Entry into the building is from the north. Counseling is also available, by appointment only, the fi rst and third Wednesdays of every month from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Neighbors Who Care offi ce, located at 10450 E. Riggs Rd. Call for an appointment at 480-895-7133, or drop by every Friday from 9:00 a.m. to noon at our Methodist Church location. For more information or to become a volunteer counselor, please call 602-264-2255. 


Unit 31 lunch


Karen Michael The Ladies of Unit 31 will meet for their


monthly luncheon on Thursday, June 28, at 12:30 p.m. at The Olive Garden, 3430 West Chandler Boulevard. All women who live in Unit 31 are invited to get to know their neighbors, new and old, at these events. If you need further information, wish to make a reservation or need transportation, please call Merry Lombard at 895-6233, email: desertfl ower480@q.com or Karen Michael at 802-0588, email: karanddic@wbhsi.net. Reservations are necessary by Tuesday, June 26. 


Unit 38 lunch The Unit 38 ladies June luncheon will be


at Firebirds at Chandler Mall on Wednesday, June 13, at 11:30. Order from the menu. Please contact Julie Frank at 480-883-3644 ojfrankres@q.com or Jan Mulgrew at 480- 883-9008 dansavanti@aol.com. 


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