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Sun Lakes Greyhound Club meets at Uncle Bears


Honor. Dignity. Respect. You served your country.


Let Hospice of the Valley serve you.


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The greyhounds met for lunch and brought their Greyhound Club members.


Lyn Munn Fifteen members of the Sun Lakes


Greyhound Club and six of their dogs met for lunch at Uncle Bears on April 29. This was the last get-together of the season, and the patio pet-friendly dining was comfortable for everyone. A couple from Casa Grande who have two greyhounds sat at the next table and enjoyed meeting members of the group. They did not have


their greyhounds with them but enjoyed getting to know our dogs. Our club will start meeting again later this


fall when


cooler temperatures return, probably late October or early November. If you live in the area and have a greyhound, you are welcome to join our club. If you would like more information about greyhound adoption, please contact Bill or Lyn Munn at 895-3008 for more information. 


40s/50s+ Club Progressive Dinner recap


“We love the progressive dinner and


have participated for years. We have to say that this was just the best!” Terrie and Larry Veltrie. “You and your committee did an awesome job with everything. The food was the best we have had.” Marianne and Ron Betti. “I just want to tell you that I think the more casual heavy hors d’oeuvres that we had for dinner last night were great. Everything was tasty and there was plenty to eat.” Dick and Helen Harrold. “Great job on the progressive dinner. The food was really good!” Al and Kathy Wagner. If you didn’t attend, you missed a really


fun and different dinner this year. With many disappointing meals over the years, we decided to do heavy appetizers to give members a variety of fl avors and textures. Seventy-six members gathered at Poolside Café for salty snacks and beverages of their choice from a no host bar,


to meet


and mingle, plus receive their home assignments. Each dinner home dined on an antipasto


platter, Asian meatballs, crab cakes with Remoulade sauce, grilled Spanish style shrimp, mini orange muffi ns with roasted chicken and cranberry sauce, vegetables


escabeche and chicken Satay with pepper/ ginger sauce. Red and white wine was also provided. Following dinner, the guests received


their dessert home assignments where they enjoyed a fabulous Caramel Tres Leches cake, coffee and Baileys. Kudos and a big thank you goes out


to the committee who prepared all of the food: Jeanne and Howard Lundgren, Ed and Judy Lamers, Lori Librande (plus her out of town guest Ann Yeager), Ann Hurst and Hank and Charlene Clausen (event chair). A very big thank you to members who offered their homes to host the dinner and desserts for this event. Support your club by getting involved on


activity committees and attending events. It’s never too late to make new friends! Our next event will be June 16. the


Patriotic Potluck. The 40s/50s+Club is open to anyone who wants to make new friends and have lots of fun. Want to join us? Membership information is available at www.40s50sclub.org. Membership


dues


are $10 per person annually. Questions about membership? Call Larry or Terrie Veltrie at 480-619-8786. 


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     -   


We All Win Win Win


Ladies Auxiliary VFW 8053 elects new officers


Sandra Iosue It’s


summer already. Where does the


time go? The Ladies Auxiliary VFW 8053 held election of offi cers for the 2012-2013 program year at


Christa Marshall; chaplain, their meeting on April


23. They are: president, Carol Eib; sr. vice president, Lenora Nelson; jr. vice president, Betty Peer; treasurer, Carolyn Laschinger; secretary,


Dorothy Eberle; conductress, Bea Whitney; guard, Dorothy Meek; patriotic instructor, Nan Curtis; historian, Sandra Iosue; trustees: three years, Ellen Bond; two years, Ruby Lebsack was unable to move up, so there was an election for two-year trustee. Sandra Iosue will fi nish this term. The new offi cers were installed at


the


May Auxiliary meeting by past district president, Sandra Iosue. Congratulations to the new team and best of luck for a great program year. We have had a very full and fruitful year


with many projects completed that assisted our veterans, our active duty service people and their families and our community. If you are eligible and would like to join


this great group of women, call membership chairman Carolyn Barrans at 480=802- 7757. Our usual meeting day and time is the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. The Post also meets at the same time. Our Post also elected new offi cers,


and they will be led by Commander Gene Nelson. Congratulations Post 8053. 


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3rd Win   


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