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44 CLUBS AND CLASSES


Tai Chi and chocolate—two great treats that go together


Kim Kubsch Tai Chi and chocolate—two great


treats that go great together. What if you could reduce stress,


enhance your balance and flexibility, improve circulation and increase your peace of mind—all while enjoying chocolate? Who wouldn’t love that? An upcoming workshop promises to take participants to a whole new level of gratitude, inspiration, love, purity, joyfulness and relaxation with a novel combination of Tai Chi and organic, locally made chocolates. The Tai Chi and Chocolate workshop,


hosted by certified Tai Chi-Qi Gong instructor Kim Kubsch, will be held for two sessions to provide convenient opportunities for everyone. Both will take place on Wednesday,


June 13


at the Holiday Inn at Ocotillo, 1200 W Ocotillo Rd, Chandler, AZ 85248. Choose from session one held from 1:30–3:30 p.m. or session two held from 6:30–8:30 p.m. Both workshops will feature the same program. Tai Chi is a low-impact martial art that


helps to relax the mind and the muscles and does not require equipment. It can be done sitting or standing by people of any physical condition. Attendees of the Tai Chi and Chocolate workshop will be led through a choreographed routine of calming, flowing and mindful safe movement, while enjoying


delicious


pieces of Wei of Chocolate enhanced with herbs, spices and flower essences, enabling them to feel energized and delighted from head to toe! Wei Chocolates, created by a Phoenix- based entrepreneur, are organic, vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free and contain just two grams of carbs and 30 calories per piece.


Kim Kubsch doing Tai Chi by water dragon.


This workshop promises to delight all


the senses and open up new worlds of satisfaction. RSVP is required for the Tai Chi and Chocolate workshop, the cost of which is $30 per person. Space is limited to 38 registrants per workshop. Register by June 8, 2012, with your preferred time, at Kim@SafeMovements. com or call 480-392-3436. For more information, visit


ht tp: //safemovement s.com/TaiChi_ Chocolate_Workshops.html.


The dinner attendees left to right: Past President Jerry Sanford, Noble Ralph Goheen and Lady Helen Goheen, Lady Lori Ross, Lady Alice Willittes, Past Potentate Jim Willittes and President Dick Snider, MD.


Tim Stock Even though the Sun Lakes Shrine Club


has gone dark and many of the Nobles have left for the summer, we remaining Shriners are still having fun and fi nding ways to support our kids at the Shriner Hospitals. One of the events promoted by our current Shrine Club president, Dr. Dick Snider and his lovely Lady Sharon, was a fundraising dinner for eight. On April 28, a fabulous dinner was prepared and served by Lady Sharon in her lovely home. Social time started at 6:00 p.m. with appetizers and libations. The gourmet dinner was served at 7:00 p.m. followed by a special dessert. Sharon and Dick donated the food and


libations so all proceeds will go to the El Zaribah Shriners Hospital transportation fund. As the snowbirds continue to head north


for the summer, we remaining Shriners had one last club dinner on May 14 at Sun Lakes Country Club, Arizona Room. 


Sun Lakes Shrine Club President Dr. Dick Snider and his Lady Sharon.


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Savvy Travelers in the Galapagos. Savvy


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Club meetings


are


fi nished for the summer and will resume in October, on the second Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Phoenix Room of Cottonwood Country Club. Watch for meeting announcements. If you wish to be added to the Savvy Travelers email news, send your name to travelsavvy@ymail.com or email jackandkit@msn.com. The May 3 meeting was large and a fun


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wine and cheese briefi ng with Viking River Cruises. Viking is launching six more NEW Long ships in 2013 to meet the demands for river cruising. They have refurbished all of their older vessels. The Savvy Travelers Club is planning


the following River Cruises with Viking for 2013. July 7 – Paris and Normandy Beaches on the Seine, seven night cruise with three days extra in Paris. Then July 24 Amsterdam to Budapest, 15 days. We have special pricing on these sailings until they sell out. If you want to book a river cruise


this summer for the end of 2012 or in 2013, call Jeanette at 602-909-2000. There are special discounts on selected sailings. Travel Scheduled for 2012 and 2013


with space 14-day Norwegian Fjords August 11 to


August 25. Join hosts Jack and Kit Carlton 7-night September 29, Holland America,


New England, Boston to Montreal. 7-night October 13, Pacifi c Coast.


Round-trip Los Angeles, Sapphire Princess 20-day January 10, 2013, South


America and Antarctic. Holland America Buenos Aires to Valparaiso 14-night February 17, 2013, Antarctica


on Celebrity Infi nity. R/T Buenos Aires 12-night March 16, 2013, Australia/


New Zealand on Celebrity Solstice 7-night May 24, 2012, Alaska on the


new Celebrity Solstice, R/T out of Seattle 15-days, April 11, 2013. We are going to


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