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AAUW announces new Board of Directors


CLUBS AND CLASSES 37 Dahn yoga class schedule


Note changes: No afternoon classes until October. No classes the week of June 18. Classes


start again on Monday, June 25. Whem: Mornings:


Monday,


Tuesday and Thursday from 7:45 to 8:45 a.m. Where: SunBird Golf Resort, Navajo


Room, third fl oor. Cost: No cost; however, donations are


accepted. If you have questions call Paullene


Caraher at 480-802-0498 or cell phone 602- 292-7858 or email at: annieosha@gmail.com. Bring some type of mat. There are some yoga mats in the room.


Wear loose, comfortable clothing. If you


cannot easily get up and down on the fl oor, the exercises can be done while sitting. Dahn yoga is not traditional yoga but is


a system of renewing energy in the body and getting the energy fl owing. This is done by tapping the meridian lines,


stretching


and twisting. These exercises also include breathing techniques, energy movements and relaxation. You will feel energized, have less pain and will be able to sleep better. Your joints will become more fl exible, and your immune system will be stronger. For more information on Dahn yoga go to: www.dahnyoga.com.


Sara Wolters, AAUW AZ state presidents, far left with Southeast Valley Branch of Arizona AAUW new executive Board members from left to right: Vice Presidents/Membership Tillie Fortner and Gail Jones, Vice Presidents/Programs Janet Cox and Marjorie Wright, Secretary Mary Lou Remley, Treasurer Cynthia Cantor, President Elect Paulette Schutes and Co-Presidents Jeannine Reynolds and Margaret Noser. Congratulations to all.


Donna Haugland The executive board positions for the


Southeast Valley Branch of the American Association of University Women for 2012-2013 are: Co-Presidents, Jeannine Reynolds and Margaret Noser; President- Elect, Paulette Schutes; Secretary, Mary Lou Remley; Treasurer, Cynthia Cantor; Co- Vice Presidents of Programs, Janet Cox and Marjorie Wright; and Co-Vice Presidents of Membership, Gail Jones and Tillie Fortner. AAUW is committed to being a powerful


leader in “advancing equity for women


and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research.” In addition to advocacy and service activities supporting this core mission, the Southeast Valley Branch sponsors a variety of social and educational programs for its members. The AAUW invites all women who hold an associate or higher degree from an accredited college or university to join. For more information contact Tillie Fortner at 899-9434 or visit our website at www.sevbaz.org. 


Fit and Fun Weigh-In Club loses weight and feels great


Sherrian Beagle Have you been thinking about losing


weight? Do you have one hour a week? Would you like to get slimmer and healthier? We can help you with positive support, reinforcement and information at our weekly weigh in meeting! Think about it. Are your pants getting a little too tight? If you answered “yes,” come and join us! Fit and Fun is an informal, positive weight loss support group for women who are ready to make changes. Come for a weekly weigh-in, education and support session. We are taking charge of our bodies, lives and attitudes together! We meet in Cottonwood Country Club, but all women from Sun Lakes are invited to join us. We meet all year round, every Wednesday,


every week. Weight loss is always easier together! When: Every Wednesday morning at 9:30


a.m. Where: Cottonwood Country Club, Room


A-7. Look for our Fit and Fun sign! What: A fun, informal way to lose weight


and become a healthier, happier you! We are a Weight Loss/Maintenance Support group for all women of Sun Lakes. Weigh-in is 9:15- 9:30 and the support and info meeting is 9:30-10:15. Bring: A notebook and pen or journal to


keep your weight, progress and tips in. Bring your own water bottle. Cost: One-time sign-up cost of $5. Info: Call Sue at 480-883-6695. 


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