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22 GENERALS


editorial@robson.com — September 2012


Make sure to get The Friday Flyer


If you are a Cottonwood or Palo Verde


resident who is unable to get out and about and do not have access to the Internet, please call Paul Rogers at 480-895-2036 to have The Friday Flyer, our weekly community newsletter, delivered to you. 


Labor Day Dance planned


Hey! Labor Day is just around the corner.


Don’t have a BBQ, come to the Oakwood Ballroom and enjoy a dinner dance with the fabulous group Time & Time Again. Come and dance to the music you grew up to and have some good old-fashioned fun doing the Lindy, Fox Trot, Cha-Cha and more. It’s open to all, so set your calendar for September 3 from 6:00-9:00 p.m. and have fun. 


Bible Study starting


All women are invited to attend our


Bible Study group. We are an open- discussion gathering that meets Mondays in the Friendship Room of Sun Lakes Country Club at 9:30 a.m. starting September 10, 2012. This


session we will be exploring


“Prayers and Promises of the Bible” from the Smart Guide to the Bible series. For more information call Mary Caswell


at 895-5517, Geisla Boettcher at 802-7356, Dotty Brotherton at 802-7318, Norma Vycital at 883-8335 or Ruth Wilkerson at 263-9508. We look forward to meeting everyone and learning together. 


Grief/Share workshop starting again Sept. 14


George Walker, Pastor of Special


Ministries On Friday, September 14, we will begin


a 13-week series of Grief/Share. Grief/ Share is a grief recovery support group. The group meets weekly from 10:00-11:30 a.m. in the Conference Room at Sun Lakes First Baptist Church at the corner of Riggs Road and Dobson Boulevard, Sun Lakes. Each session features national recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. The sessions include “The Journey of Grief,” “The Effects of Grief,” “When Your Spouse Dies,” “Your Family and Grief,” “Why,” and “Stuck in Grief.” For more information call the church at


480-895-1088.  Staying healthy isn’t easy.


Then again, neither is dying.


When you consider the alternative, eating right and staying active really don’t seem so bad.


Many of the nearly one million deaths each year from type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke could be prevented with a few


lifestyle changes—including regular physical activity, healthier food choices and not smoking. It’s not easy. But it is worth it.


Talk to your doctor about your risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.


1-800-DIABETES SUN LAKES SPLASH


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