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20 GENERALS


Performing Arts League of the Southeast Valley news


Mary Scala Well, here we are again! How are all


my PALS in the Southeast Valley? I can tell you have all come through the past few months and are now looking forward to the best time of year in our state. Boy oh boy, it has been a rough summer. What should I talk to you about? First,


I have to tell everyone that Cece Gove, our president, has resigned her post due to several health issues. We will miss her, but she will still be happy to assist us any time she can. We are now in the process of electing some new Board members and by next month I will have their names


for


you. We are very happy that these wonderful women have stepped up


the month of September. We all know that Labor Day is the fi rst Monday of September and when we were kids all it meant was back to school. My brother wasn’t fond of school, but me, the smart aleck, was happy as a bug in a rug. What else you ask? Well, the Department of the Treasury was established in 1789. Japan surrendered to the allies on VJ Day September 2, 1945. Jesse James, desperado, was born September 5, 1847. Queen Elizabeth I was born September 7,


1867. Elias Howe


patented the sewing machine September 10,


1846. Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner during an attack on Fort Henry on September 14, 1814. The Pilgrims sailed from England on the Mayfl ower September


16, to


the plate. They are a welcome addition to our Board and now we feel we can keep PAL going for a long time. I know you have been waiting


to hear about our selection of shows for the fall, and a mailing should have reached you by now. Here is a list of them just in case you haven’t received yours. Spamalot, The Shaolin Warriors, Annual Spirit of Christmas, The Sunshine Boys, La Cage Aux Folles, Emma, Clybourn Park and Menopause. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Hurry and send your money in and we


will get the tickets on their way to you. Next month I will get the costs to those of you who are interested and are not members of PAL yet. Let’s see what Google has to say about


1620. Should I Stop? No! O.K.!


Here are a few more dates we all need to know. President Lincoln issued the


preliminary Emancipation Proclamation September 22, 1862. William Faulkner, novelist, was born September 26, 1888. T.S. Elliot, poet, was born September 26, 1866. George Gershwin, composer, was born September 26, 1898. In closing, I ask you to remember this:


You may be one person to the world, but you may be the world to one person. Isn’t that lovely? If you have any questions you can call me, Mary Scala, at 480-802- 9354. Next month I will have the names


and phone numbers of the new Board members and who to call


for opera,


ballet, symphony and theater. See you in October. 


Visit us online at www.sunlakessplash.com


It’s not too late for high holiday services


It’s not too late for high holiday


services! Come worship with Temple Havurat Emet when we usher in the New Year with our Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. Rosh Hashanah evening service on


Sunday, September 16, at 7:00 p.m. Rosh Hashanah morning service on


Monday, September 17, at 10:00 a.m. Yom Kippur evening service on Tuesday,


September 25, at 7:30 p.m. Yom Kippur morning service on


Wednesday, September 26, at 10:00 a.m. Yom Kippur afternoon service on


Wednesday, September 26, at 3:00 p.m. Ending services for high holidays will be


Wednesday, September 26, at 4:00 p.m. Please purchase tickets in advance by


contacting 480-785-7767 or email 2010@ gmail.com. Non-members are welcome! Services are located at the Sun Lakes


United Methodist Church, 9248 E Riggs Rd, Sun Lakes, AZ We welcome you to our holiday services


as well as our regular services that are the fi rst Friday of every month. Check out our website: www. templehavuratemet.org. 


editorial@robson.com — September 2012


Time and Time Again to perform at Sock Hop September 29


Dust off your old 45s, plug in the jukebox


and get ready to take a stroll down memory lane as Time and Time Again Doo Wop group transports you back in time performing your old favorites in the Arizona Room at the Sun Lakes Country Club September 29 to benefi t the Sunshine Angels. Have fun! Make new friends! This will be an unforgettable night. Lots of raffl e prizes including one for best men’s and women’s 50s costume (optional). A cash bar will open at 5:30 p.m., the opening band will perform at 6:00 p.m. and Time and Time Again will perform at 7:00 p.m. Sunshine Angels charity is collecting kid’s ankle socks. Tickets are $15 per person – checks should be payable to Club Agave with “Sock Hop” in memo and sent to Sock Hop c/o Bob Martin 25415 S. Sedona Drive, Sun Lakes 85248. Or you can reserve tickets through PayPal at www. clubagave.net. If you have any questions you can email charity@clubagave.net or call 480-452-8457. 


Time and Time Again Doo Wop group.


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