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this month focused on giving tips on artwork to those who wanted to enter the Scottsdale Artists League show at the Scottsdale Art School. Bob Kwait won a scholarship to the school for his semi-abstract painting titled “J_J_J_J_ Jackhammer.” “Something


New” featured dropping a large dot of paint on


the paper and blowing through a straw to make fl owers and some abstract designs. Last month we made transfer paper from graphite, tracing paper, and lighter fl uid. It leaves a smaller and lighter traced line. We


have a new member, Rose one month


Sumners. Welcome, Rose. If you are interested in learning about our club, call Diane Hitt at 802-7080.


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Kimberly Myers On April 24, the yearly 9ers and 18 holers


“Scramble” was a great success. In the Navajo Room, sloppy Joes, salads, desserts and beverages were served by the Cactus Corner. The food was enjoyed by all of the players, and many stated that the Cactus Corner’s food has really improved. Congrats to the Cactus


Corner Restaurant and it’s new management. The committee did a wonderful job with


the decorations and festivities during and after lunch. Thanks so much for all your hard work. Joann Brown had a hole in one February


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Left to right: Clarisse Zornes, Marla Parlet, Marcia Gaudioso, Cherry Murray (PCH) and Nancy Davis.


Nancy Davis, Publicity On May 3, the caravan transporting


1,100 stuffed animals and a donation of over $9,200 departed Sun Lakes to travel to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Upon arriving at the hospital’s main entrance, the caravan was met by Cherry Murray, our liaison with the hospital and staff with huge containers to transport the stuffed animals into the hospital. Before the fi rst stuffed animal could even enter the hospital, several children who were just released from the hospital and waiting outside for transportation home spotted some of the animals. What we witnessed next was magic—huge eyes and even bigger smiles came to the faces of some of these very ill and recovering children. Needless to say at least six animals never made it into the hospital. They had a new friend and a new home right then and there. Once inside the hospital the “big check


for $9,200” was presented to Cherry Murray to benefi t the Child Life Program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH). Cherry then guided Marla Parlet, Clarisse Zornes, Marcia Gaudioso and Nancy Davis on a tour of the hospital explaining that this new main patient tower was created as an “Oasis in the Desert” providing “Hope and Healing.” Thank you again to Alice Baldwin and


Jo Anne Gaudioso for co-chairing the March 21 Invitational; our Zookeeper, Marla Parlet; our Sponsor-A-Hole and Flea Market Chair, Marcia Gaudioso who raised over $4,000; and to all of the committee chairs


and members. A thank you is


also extended to charter member Diane Dankerl-Hartman for her Sponsor-A-Hole


donation. On


behalf of Phoenix


Hospital, Cherry sends a big thank-you to the Ironwood Lady Niners


their


Children’s for


hard work and participation in the March Charity Invitational, which resulted in such a generous gift to their organization. AWARDS PRESENTATION: On


Wednesday, April 11, our president, Nancy Davis, held our general meeting and brunch. Awards were presented to the Most


Improved Golfers, Medallion,


Ringer, and Birdie and Chip-In winners. A certifi cate was presented to Catherine Tinerino-Moore for her “Hole-In-One” on Hole no. 10 on March 21, 2012, during our Charity Invitational. Absolutely awesome accomplishment! Susan Schaeffer and Catherine Tinerino-Moore were presented certifi cates for the Most Improved Golfers for 2011. Margo Otte compiled the Medallion winners. The Medallion gross winner was Catherine Tinerino-Moore and the net winner was Mary Murray. Catherine and Mary will represent the IWLN at


the Medallion Tournament on


December 3, 2012, at our own Oakwood/ Ironwood Golf Clubs. Congratulations and best of luck in the tournament! Ringer Winners Were: 1st Place


Improved 24 was Susan Meer; 2nd Place Tie Improved 19 were Pat Martin and Marcia Gaudioso; 3rd Place Improved 18 was Darlene Courville. Ellie Concannon compiled the First Quarter Birdie Pins: Paula Bartoo no. 8, Mary Horn no. 15, Leslie Swan no. 8, Nancy Davis birdie/ chip-in no. 4, Barbara Johnston no. 4, Janiece Wallin no. 14, and Kay Blas no.


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