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34 CLUBS AND CLASSES


Mark Marks We are into the hot summer months


now. Hope everyone is having a great summer, wherever you are. Here are some new dates of upcoming events. Break the Fast will be back again. It will be on Wednesday, September 26 at


editorial@robson.com — August 2012 Shalom Club fall event schedule the


Eagle’s Nest ballroom at 6:45 p.m. For more information, contact Phillis Karp at 623- 742-3742 or email at bpkarp@hotmail.com. The individual cost is $18.00, and guests are $28.00. You can send checks to Phil Zeidman. I heard he is at home, waiting for the money to roll in. You must sign up, go to www.pcshalomclub.org. On October 1 at 9:30 a.m. there will a


committee meeting for “Boardwalk: Atlantic City.” You can contact Joan at joanwed69@ aol.com with any questions. We have a date for Monty Python’s


Spamalot. It will be on October 2 at 7 p.m. It will cost $30.00 per ticket. The play will be at the Phoenix Theatre at 100 East McDowell Rd, Phoenix. To sign up go to www.pcshalomclub.org. On October 5 at 5:30 p.m. we will have dinner at the Scottsdale Culinary Institute.


Enjoy a gourmet meal with a choice of appetizer, main course, dessert and coffee, all served in a beautiful setting by a new generation of outstanding chefs. Go to www.pcshalomclub.org to sign up, or with any questions. The cost for this event is still pending. On October 27 at 1:00 p.m. we will take


a Double Decker Bus Treasure Hunt. The cost is $26.00. Tour greater Phoenix riding a double decker bus, making three stops to discover the answers to fun and exciting Treasure Hunt questions. At the end of the day, join us for a dutch treat dinner. Details to follow. Go to www.pcshalomclub.org. to signup. There will be additional events coming.


To fi nd out more about these events, members are encouraged to attend the monthly club meeting, which is


held


the third Sunday of every month at the Eagle’s Nest Ballroom at 7 p.m. More information is also available on the website at www.pcshalomclub.org or by contacting President Mark Hyman at 623-337-5004 or Membership Chairperson, Leila Konow at 623-505-7420. 


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cards in partnership and a 3 card kitty in three handed pinochle. There is a nominal cost of $1.00 for an evening of fun, with the funds going towards prize money. We welcome Gene and Cindy Haley


from Michigan and the Hoffman’s, Ron and Sandy, from North Dakota. The number of players has been steadily increasing and the winners for June are as follows: June 7: 1st Bob Conrardy 6560 pts, 2nd


Rich Rugg 6420 pts, 3rd Bill McLinden 6330 pts. Low: Dorothy Lauterbaugh 4860 pts. June 14: 1st Ray Dubois 7590 pts, 2nd John Kuck 7100 pts, 3rd Chris DuBois


6720 pts. June 21st: 1st Mary Ann Szakacs 7060


pts, 2nd Agnes Smanski 6380 pts, 3rd Denny Wallon 6370 pts. Booby score: Chris DuBois 3680 pts. June 28: 1st Bob Conrardy 7530 pts,


2nd Joan Wallon 6960 pts, 3rd John Kuck 6600 pts. The high score for the year was set by


Illene Hodgdon on January 19, 2012 with a score of 8130, but is still behind the all time high score of 8320 set by Joe Sanzone on October 29, 2011. Low score for the year was posted by Marion Helton of 2590 on February 2, 2012. 


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Gary Ellison singing the haughtily beautiful song, Bring Him Home. Pete Peterson, in the role of Javert sang Stars. Larry Stone sang Empty Chairs in his portrayal of Marius, the very moving score that refl ects on the loss of his friends during the battle of Freedom. Lois Hlusak,


played the role of Fantine and sang the beautiful ballad I Dreamed a Dream, a story of a young girls dreams. Dorothy Ness sang On My Own and beguiled the audience in her role as Eponine. David and Helen


Glick brought down the house in the roles of the innkeeper and his wife, singing


Master of the House. Both musical scores were directed by Vivian and Gary Ellison. Helen Glick was assistant Music Director and Miriam Sweeney assistant Acting Director. As a fi nale, Roland Aragona and the Pebblettes danced and sang the audience


to the afterglow party in the Eagle’s Nest restaurant. If What You


Are is Where You Were When, we owe a lot to these early pioneers


of PebbleCreek who built the foundation for ShowTime. We are all so grateful for your talents and


dedication. ShowTime is currently busy preparing


for our 2012 Fall show entitled On the Highway...Nashville to Vegas. The show is being directed by Chanca Morrell. Our 2012 Spring production is Hello


Dolly and will be directed by Judy Alonzo. Try outs for Hello Dolly will be in the fall. So look for further announcements in the Post and on email concerning these two upcoming productions, and thank you again for your support. This is the third article in a series of


articles about ShowTime. We welcome this opportunity to take a look at our proud past as we prepare for our bright future. We hope you enjoyed another journey


back in time. We are always looking for new talent. If you would like to comment on this article or would like to contribute to future articles, or have an idea for a show you would like to see us do in the future, please contact Bob Young at robertrey1@aol.com. 


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