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June 2 - 15, 2012


Families invited to tee off


Parents and children can bond over the game


MEMORIES: Chandler Service Club members wrote notes put into “jars of memories” presented to outgoing president Carole Mellody and fundraiser chair Lisa Stone. STSN photo


Fundraising efforts assist others Announcements of donations totaling $47,900 were made as a result of its service projects through the year. The Club gave $15,000 to the Chandler CARE Center, the final installment for the $75,000 dedicated to the facility that provides free medical, dental and eye care for low-income Chandler children; the Club’s signature project, Warm Feet, Warm Hearts received $7,500, with other awards including $2,500 to the Chandler Christian


TO THE FUTURE: Incoming Chandler Service Club board members react to comments made by outgoing president Carole Mellody. STSN photo


Community Center; $1,000 to Pregnancy Care Center; $1,500 to ICAN; $1,000 to Matthews Crossing Food Bank; $7,000 to Lilly Handley; $2,400 to Wounded Warriors with $10,000 in scholarships awarded. Outgoing officers were honored, including outgoing


president Carole Mellody and fundraiser chair Lisa Stone, who both received a “jar of memories” with notes from the members. For more information, visit www.chandlerserviceclub.org.


of golf during the Bear Creek Golf Complex’s Family Golf Tournament, set for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sun., June 24, at 500 E. Riggs Rd., Chandler. The parent / child tournament begins at 10 a.m. on the Cub Course; each team will play in a nine-hole Modified Alternate Shot event with shotgun start. Children will play from age- appropriate tees. Following the conclusion of play, there will be a deli-style luncheon the clubhouse. Lunch includes a sandwich, chips, dessert and a fountain drink. Awards will be given in each age group to winners of the skills contests and the golf tournament. This event is open to parents and their


children ages 6 to 17. Each participating parent may play with up to three children. Additional family members age 18 and older may play on a space-available basis. The entry fee for each parent-child team is $35 plus tax, and includes greens fee, cart, lunch and prizes. Additional children or family members who play will be charged a $20 fee, plus tax. Entry fees must be received by noon on June 20. For details or to register, call 480-883-8200 or visit www.BearCreekAZ.com.


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GIVING: In left photo, Chandler Service Club’s outgoing president Carole Mellody, left, gives a ceremonial check of $15,000 to Susan Horan of Chandler CARE Center; and Mary Murphy of Pregnancy Care Center receives $1,000 from Chandler Service Club. STSN photos


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