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Expert shares age-defying tips Learn how to feel


terrific no matter your age as Chandler health and wellness expert Syd Hoffman shares her simple tips noon to 1 p.m. Thu., June 7, at the Pyle Adult Center, 655 E. Southern Ave., Tempe. Hoffman is the author


TOP BANANA: Chandler health and wellness expert Syd Hoffman enjoys one of her favorite foods for staying fit. Submitted photo


of “All-Day Energy: 100 Ways to Boost Your Energy ... Now!” She will discuss her energy boosting, age-defying


strategies at this free presentation. Pre-registration is requested by calling 480-350-5211.


JUST LIKE HOME: Jimmy’s of Chicago owner Kerry Kersting, left, with restaurant crewmembers Bret Newsman, Carlo Iratzu, Jan Smith and Jose Guevara. Two of the many items they serve are a meatball sandwich, left, and chicken Parmesan sub, both served with fries. STSN photos by Debbie Jennings


Tasty fare is important, but when the Chicago Bears


play, one’s palate takes second place to one’s team. The cozy bar and plentiful TVs make Jimmy’s a popular game-day destination when Arizona teams compete. When Chicago takes the field, it’s hard to find a seat. “We’re completely packed for Bears games,” says


Kerry. “Get here before the game, or you’re not going to get in. We have raffles throughout the games, and different drink specials. It’s a good time.” Jimmy’s other offerings include delivery service,


catering, a Friday night reverse happy hour with half- price pizza and Saturday night karaoke. “We’re just a mom-and-pop place trying to have some


fun,” says Kerry. “The people from Boston and New York and Philly and Chicago – they understand this stuff.” And everyone else? “We’re trying to convert them.” Visit Jimmy’s of Chicago at 3107 S. Gilbert Rd., Suite


107 in Gilbert. Dine-in and take-out hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday; noon to 10 p.m. Saturday. Jimmy’s opens at 4 p.m. Mondays for Bears games only. For more, call 480-963-6363 or visit www.jimmysofchicago.com. K. M. Lang lives and writes in Sun Groves. To contact her, email KMLang@SanTanSun.com.


A new twist for painless ankles Discover effective solutions to ankle and arthritis


pain at a free seminar presented 9 to 10 a.m. Sat., June 2, at the Arizona Orthopedic Surgical Hospital, Conference Room, 2905 W. Warner Rd., Chandler. Offered by the Chandler Regional and Mercy


Gilbert medical centers, the free event will examine what causes ankle pain, what is involved with ankle replacement surgery and what a patient’s physical activity level can be after surgery. The seminar is led by Aprajita Nakra, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S., board certified reconstructive foot and ankle surgeon, who will discuss cutting edge technology and options for ankle pain and arthritis. Registration is required for this event; refreshments will be provided. RSVP to ResourceLink at 480-728-5414.


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SIERRA NEVADA BEER DINNER Thursday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m.


5 Course Dinner pared with Sierra Nevada $35 per person—RSVP required for seating


Treat Dad to a Great Dinner this


Father's Day! Raffles for


Sierra Nevada Promotional Products!


7‐9:30p.m. Vandal‐Hancock Duo 1422 West Warner Road — N.E. Corner of Warner & McQueen 480‐545‐4900 Expires 6/30/2012 Expires 6/30/2012 Expires 6/30/2012 Expires 6/30/2012


Photos by Miachelle DePiano


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