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editorial@robson.com — June 2012


Lucky Shot Pool Club has year-end luncheon


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Three Sun Lakes Lucky Shot Pool Club members received certificates of participation at the club’s spring meeting April 24. Left to right: Roy Partridge 1,000 games; Paul Glaser 3,000 games and Pete Johnson 1,000 games. Photo by Gary Vacin.


Gary Vacin Every spring the Sun Lakes Lucky Shot


Pool Club concludes its season with a luncheon at the Palo Verde Country Club. This year’s event on April 24 was attended by approximately 40 members and guests. President John Lefebvre opened the meeting by asking for a moment of silence and prayer for several members who passed away during the year: Jerry Malnati, Ron Judd and Bill Dillon. Tournament


director Gary Vacin


presented a 3,000-game certifi cate of participation to Paul Glaser and 1,000 game certifi cates to Roy Partridge and Pete Johnson. Vacin also announced the following


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tournament results: 2011-2012 Club 9-Ball champion, Jerry Cisneros, and 8-Ball champion, Brian Clafl in. 2012 Winter tournament winners: 9-Ball Pocket 1, Larry Stadler; Pocket 2, Fritz Derheim. 8-Ball


Pocket 1, Brian Clafl in; Pocket 2, Kevin Beausejour; Pocket 3, Jim Schurz; Pocket 4, Jerry Becker; Pocket 5, Jerry Conner. The following slate of offi cers was


reelected to another term: Lefebvre, president; Partridge, treasurer; Vacin, tournament director; and Dick Hensley, member-at-large. Now in its 17th year, the Lucky Shot Pool


Club is open to all Sun Lakes residents and is seeking new members. Competition is now under way in the fi rst summer tournament ending July 10. The second summer tournament is scheduled for August 1 to September 10. The club also sponsors three regular season tournaments: fall, November 1 to December 10; winter, January 1, 2013 to February 10; and winter, March 1 to April 10. Persons interested in playing in any of the upcoming tournaments are urged to contact Lefebvre at 895-7743 or Vacin at 298-7017 or gvacin@hotmail.com. 


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Nancy Fisher, Publicity The 60 Plus Club is a large, not-for-profi t


club whose sole purpose is to provide fun and entertainment for its members. Dues are $7.50 per person per calendar year. Membership is open to any individual or married couple, one spouse of which is a minimum 60 years of age. Note: The 60 Plus Club needs two


volunteers to serve on its Board of Directors. One position is for vice president and the other is for assistant treasurer. If you or someone you know would be interested in serving on the Board in either of these positions, please call 480-802-4286. Upcoming events: June 22—DBacks vs. Chicago Cubs at


Chase Field. The cost is $62 per person and includes bus, ticket with seating in Section 208, $10 voucher to be used the same day at concession stands or


team shop and


driver’s gratuity. The bus departs Oakwood Arts & Crafts parking lot at 5:00 p.m. July 3-5—San Diego Celebration July 4,


2012. The cost is $760 per person double occupancy and $950 per person single occupancy. The price includes motor coach transportation; two nights at the Embassy Suites at Seaport Village with cooked-to- order breakfast each morning; Bay Cruise with dinner and fi reworks;


tour of La


Jolla, Old Town and Coronado Island and much more. For complete information or a brochure, please call 480-802-4286. The exact time of departure from Oakwood Arts & Crafts Center parking lot is TBD. July 14—Bye Bye Birdie at Hale Theatre


with lunch at Joe’s BBQ in Gilbert. The cost is $57 per person and includes motor coach transportation, lunch at Joe’s BBQ and the show. The bus departs Oakwood Arts & Crafts parking lot at 1:00 p.m. for 1:30 lunch and 3:00 show. Winter of the 1961 Tony Award for Best Musical, Bye Bye Birdie features such beloved songs as Put on a Happy Face, Spanish Rose, The Telephone Hour and A Lot of Livin’ to Do. July 26—DBacks vs New York Mets at


Chase Field. The cost is $62 per person and includes bus, ticket with seating in Section 208, $10 voucher to be used the same day at concession stands or


team shop and


driver’s gratuity. The bus departs Oakwood Arts & Crafts parking lot at 5:00 p.m. Note: Optional trip cancellation


insurance is available for any tour costing over $100 and must be purchased at the time of booking. Premiums vary by event, and premiums are non-refundable. For information or to make a reservation for any of the above, 480-802-4286. 


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Sun Lakes Writers Group luncheon The Sun Lakes Writers Group had


its annual luncheon at the Cottonwood Country Club on Tuesday, May 1. Members and guests who attended are: Bernice Kantrowitz, Sydell Pascale, Joy Davis, Gail Thatcher, Dick and Kay Nelsen, Barbara


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Schwartz, Florence Klitsner, Rev. Jim and Martha Wood, Janet Beler, Phyllis Oliver, Shiralee Morgan-Crawley, Dee Rysdahl, Dennis and Jolita Rysdahl, Bob Petrucelli, Larry and Diane Blockledge, Lois and Dwight Grotewold and Sandy Ilsen. 


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