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46 CLUBS AND CLASSES


editorial@robson.com — June 2012


Cisneros, Claflin win pool championships


Jerry Cisneros, left, and Brian Claflin won the Lucky Shot Pool Club year-end championships in 9-Ball and 8-Ball, respectively.


Jerry Cisneros and Brian Clafl in


are the Lucky Shot Pool Club 2011-12 season champions in 9-Ball and 8-Ball, respectively. Champions are determined by a playoff of winners of the club’s fall, winter and spring tournaments. Cisneros, winter 9-Ball


champion,


defeated Larry Stadler, spring champion, 7-2 and Tom Ferris, fall champion, 7-5. Ferris defeated Stadler, 7-4 for second and third place, respectively. In 8-Ball, Clafl in, spring champion, defeated Cisneros, fall champion, 3-2 and


Sergio Tinajero, spring tournament runner- up, 4-1. Cisneros defeated Tinajero, 3-2, for second and third place, respectively. Club members are currently competing


in the fi rst summer tournament, which runs from June 1 to July 10. The second summer tournament, from August 1 to September 10, is open to all Sun Lakes residents.


Interested persons are


urged to contact John Lefebvre, club president, at 895-7743 or Gary Vacin, tournament


director, at gvacin@hotmail.com.  Line Dancing with Judee


Judee Curtis Line dancing is exercise in disguise! The method and philosophy I use to


teach line dancing is: 1) Teach the basic steps and patterns for dances; 2) Actually teach dancers what they are doing with their feet by giving a consistent word for every foot used. (I remind the dancers all the time, “Thank goodness we only have ‘two.’”); 3) Guarantee the attendees they will learn if they will choose not to follow other dancers but rely on themselves and listen to the words; 4) Think; 5) Attend regularly because it gets easier with each session; 6) Pick music they will


love; 7)


Schedule sessions for longer than an hour; 8) Give quality instructions; 9) Make sure the dancers have fun while learning. When I follow the above, see the smiles,


hear the claps for themselves, hear “that was fun,” then I know why I’m still teaching line dancing after over 12 years. It is also


heartwarming to see how friendly everyone is treated, their compassion when someone has a “hiccup in life,” their happiness when someone else has good news, and the joy we all have when we dance together. God bless line dancing and the people who choose to dance with me! We dance for over three hours ($3) in


the Basics+ and Beyond Basics sessions. We rotate dances we’ve labeled “keepers” along with our new dances. Dancers are always encouraged to request a dance, and sometimes we come up with clever ways to randomly choose a dance. These sessions are for experienced line dancers on Mondays from 5:30-9:00 p.m. in the SunBird Ballroom and Saturdays from noon to 3:00 p.m. in the SunBird Navajo Room upstairs. If you live in the Sun Lakes area and


would like to learn to line dance, call me, Judee Curtis, at 480-802-0201 after 10:00 a.m. Your basic session would be Mondays, noon to 2:00 p.m.


for $3 in the SunBird


Ballroom. Yes, you will be dancing for two hours even in your fi rst session, and each session gets easier with regular attendance. We do not dance in July and August.


We resume our dance sessions in September. 


928-7017 or


American Legion Auxiliary Unit 55


Pat Nicholaisen We have had our last meeting for the


summer; however, our work will go on through the summer. Remember the second Monday of the June,


months of July and August we will


continue our casino trips. This is the only fundraiser we have to help Veterans. We can use all the support we can get. Everyone is welcome.


Just call Sheligh


at 480-895-8295 or Dorothy at 480-895- 0662 for reservations. The cost is only $10, and you get your money back at the casino. Good luck to all! 


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