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Cottonwood and the back nine at Palo Verde. Leading fi nishers were: First place (tie) Norm Elbery, Larry Cook, Jim Stelzner, Russ Morgan and Rick Ricketts, Charlie Healy, Dale Collings, Phil Lucas;


third


place Tom Becker, Bill Fitzke, Bill Levine, Eric Selley. May 5, Ace of Aces Qualifying. First


fl ight, gross: Jim Kedzie; Net: fi rst place Paul Brauner; second Rich Johnson; third (tie) Don Dunwoody and Gerry Rooney. Second fl ight, gross: fi rst, Dave Tjosvold; second Gary Whiting; net, fi rst Dennis


Bockelman; second Ellwood Boehmer; third Bob Walk. Third fl ight, gross: fi rst Russ Hanson; second Les Blaylock; net, fi rst Bill Moore; second Bill Greer;


third


Jim Crandal. Fought fl ight, gross: fi rst Peter Gorman; second Jack Voight; net, fi rst (tie) Bob Zinnel, Bruce McCorkle; third Charlie Keck. Fifth fl ight, gross: fi rst Jack Sturza; second Ralph Annen; net, fi rst Joe Ficek; second (tie) Gene Brown and Mac Michaelis. For news of upcoming tournaments, check the new CMGA website. 


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Robin and Dave Thomas; second place: Fran and Jim Morin with Barb and Marshall Anderson with a score of 111.5; third place was Shirley and Larry Weaver with Sue and Rod Richmond with a score of 113.5. Flight 3, fi rst and second place tied with a score of 110: JoAnn Zerwekh and John Masog with Gerri and Dan McNally and Nancy and Herb Linenbrugger with Janet and Paul Beeks; third place tied with a score of 114.5: Dottie Hanko and John Kiehl with Kay and Don Neilsen and Joan and Adrian Lauer with Shelby and Craig Larson. Closest to the pin winners were


1-800-DIABETES www.diabetes.org/neuropathy


Carol Smith on Palms no. 4, Barb Anderson on Palms no. 7, Sue Richmond on Lakes no. 2, and Colleen Ritter on Lakes no. 6. Year to date totals are Hens 21 and Roosters 23. Longest Putt winners were Paul Beeks


on Palms no. 1 and John Kiehl on Lakes no. 1. Year to date totals are Hens 10 and


Roosters 13. This month’s play will be June 8 on


Lakes/Palms with a 4-Ball 3-Scramble + Colored Ball. This event is a 7:30 a.m. shotgun. This will be the last game until fall when the season starts up again. For all of you golfers leaving us this summer, safe travels; have a great summer and think of us full timers


sweltering in the heat. We look forward


to seeing you in November! The deadline for registering for any event is noon on Saturday preceding


that event. Checks


payable to OCGL–18 Holes and dropped in the “Couples Box” at


the Oakwood Pro Shop constitutes registration for a League event.


Please visit the Oakwood Couples


website at www.oakwoodcouplesgolf. com where you will fi nd membership information and requirements, application procedures, event schedules, menus and rules. You can also contact Dale or Suzie Willey at 480-895-3982. 


Sun Lakes Country Club Activities 1st 3:00 4th


8:00 FR Lions Breakfast Mtg 6:00


AZ 5th


12:00 MR New – Table Tennis 6:00 AC Lions Bd Mtg 7:00


MR 6th


6:30 MR New Dancing Divas Class 6:30 MR New Social Dance Class 8:00


FR 7th


6:30 AZ Lions Club Mtg 12:00 MR New – Table Tennis


9th 10:00 11th


7:30 FR Policies, Rules/CC’s Comm. Mtg 3:00 7:00


FR NV


12th 6:30


14th


12:00 MR New – Table Tennis 5:30 AC Lions Eye Glass Care


15th


9:00 MR Budget & Finance Mtg 9:30


FR 16th 5:00 AZ 40’s & 50’s 17th 10:00 18th


8:00 FR Lions Breakfast Mtg 9:00 BD Golf Committee Mtg


19th 12:00 MR New – Table Tennis 20th SUN LAKES SPLASH MR Jewish War Vets Book Club AZ


Jewish War Vets Democratic Club


Republican Club AC Alzheimer’s Support 6:30 AZ Dance – Needham Twins 28th 12:00 MR New – Table Tennis


THE NEEDHAM TWINS will be on stage in the Arizona Room June 9 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Dance, bar and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are $15 per person.


JULY 4 BBQ and DANCE with entertainment by Route 66. Bar at 5:00 p.m., BBQ at 5:30 and dance until 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person.


DAILY ACTIVITIES


MON: SLWA 9:00 AC; Easy Tai Chi 9:15 MR; Women’s Bible Study FR 9:30; Mexican Train 12-3 AC (1st & 3rd); Scrabble 1:00 AC; Hand & Foot 6:30 FR


TUE: Ceramics 8:30 AC; Bridge 12:30 FR; Ponytail Canasta 6:30 GS


WED: Desert Artists 9:00 AC; Sorenson Tap 9-11; PAN 10:30-2:30 GS; Line Dancing 2:30-4:30 MR; Duplicate Bridge 6:00 FR; Bingo 7:00 AZ; Pro Shop Dance 7:00


THUR: Oil Painters 8:00 AC; Tai Chi Advanced 9:30 MR; ROOM KEY


AZ Arizona NV Navajo FR Friendship MR Mirror


GS Grand Slam AC Arts & Crafts PS


Pro Shop BD Boardroom Homeowner’s Association at 895-9270


*All homeowners are welcome. However, guests of Sun Lakes Country Club only.


No monopolizing of pools allowed.


PO Patio WL West Parking Lot


27th


6:30 MR New Dancing Divas Class 7:00


GS Ham Radio 7:30 MR New Dancing Divas Class M-F: Water exercise 7:00-8:00am and 8:30-9:30am


M-W-F: Men’s exercise 7:00am MR; Slimnastics 7:00- 7:30am & 7:30-8:45am NV M-W-Th: Yoga 8:00 MR Tennis: M=Men’s; W=Ladies; Th=Mixed Doubles Golf: T=Ladies; Th=Men’s


Board Mtg 26th 10:00 FR Korean War Vets 12:00 MR New – Table Tennis Anglers Club 23rd 10:00 25th


7:00 7:00


MR NV


VFW Aux VFW


AC Alzheimer’s Support 21st Italian American Club 1:00 MR Parkinson’s Support 5:30 AZ Lions Dinner & Mtg GS Parkinson’s Caregivers 6:00 NV CAP Mtg


6:30 MR New Dancing Divas Class 7:30 MR New Social Dance Class


Pitch & Putt 9:30-11:30 Outside; Mah Jongg 12:30-4:00 GS; Bridge 12:30 & 6:00 FR; Cribbage 6:30 MR; AA Mtg 7:00 GS; Bridge


FRI: Watercolor class 9:00 AC; Knit & Crochet 9:00 AC; Ponytail Canasta 10:00 & 12:30 FR; PAN 10:30-3:00 GS; Stamping 1:00 AC; Dinner 5:00 AZ; Mexican Train 6:30 GS; Pinochle 6:30 FR


SAT: Golden Goalies 7:00 MR; Jazzercize 8:30 MR; Bridge 9:15-1:30 FR; PAN 11:00-2:30 GS; Hand & Foot 11:30- 4:30 FR


SUN: PAN 12:00-3:00 GS; Car Races 5:00 PS; Euchre 6:30 FR


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