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24 GENERALS


Educational programs at SLUMC present very important information


Jan Wilhelm On September 18 from 9:00 to 11:00


a.m., Eric Ehst of Neighbors Who Care will present an educational workshop titled “Arizona Ballot Measures–You Make the Law.” This workshop will


answer


some of your questions about the Arizona elections. You will fi nd out how the ballot measures you vote for often make more of a difference in your life than the person who you actually vote for. You will learn: What measures are on the 2012 ballot


and how they can have an affect you. Beneath the campaign rhetoric, what a


“yes” or a “no” vote will really mean. Who’s behind and who’s against each


measure. Please RSVP by calling 480-802-0741


and plan to join this workshop at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church in the Multi- Purpose Education Building, Room 4. On September 27 from 9:00 to 11:00 in


a.m. the Multi-Purpose Education Building, Room 4, the Sun Lakes Sheriff’s


Posse and the Sun Lakes Fire Department will


regarding their services to you. The Sheriff’s Posse Commander, Louis


DiGirolamo, will discuss the history of the Sun Lakes Posse and what programs are offered by this wonderful, all volunteer, organization. Some of their programs include block-watch, free use of medical equipment, safety programs, recycling and much more. Come and learn about the Posse and what they can provide for you right here in Sun Lakes. This same date and time, the Sun Lakes


Fire Department will present information on what


services they render to all of


the Sun Lakes Community. Not only do they respond to our 911 calls, but they also provide many extra services such as fl u clinics, smoke detector programs, home safety inspections and community assistance programs. Come and learn more. Please RSVP by calling the church offi ce at 895-8766. 


Queen City Jazz Band


Helen Daley It’s been about ten years since Queen


City Jazz Band has entertained the audiences of the Arizona Classic Jazz Society. The band’s hometown is Denver, Colorado, and they recently celebrated their 50th Anniversary. Although there are no original members still playing, many of them did attend the party. It is safe to say this band has been delighting audiences everywhere for a long time with their rendition of music from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. When you talk to people who have


heard this band, their first comment will likely be, “Oh great, they have Wende Harston as their vocalist!” She has been appearing with the band for the last 15 years. Wende’s authentic Blues style,


delivered in her husky alto, along with appropriate gyrations to songs such as “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” brings down the house. Wende not only sings from her heart to yours, she also writes, dances and acts, having appeared in many feature films and made-for-TV series. Queen City will be appearing at the


Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort, One San Marcos Place, Chandler, on Sunday, September 23 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Cost for members of the Arizona Classic Jazz Society is $10, non-members $15. Join ACJS on the 23rd and get in free. Yearly membership is $35 couple, $25 single. For more information, go to www.azclassic.org or call 480-620-3941. 


editorial@robson.com — September 2012


New Adventures in Learning looks forward to fall session


Kim Kubsch and her Tai Chi class.


Sharon Gale, Publicity The summer session of New Adventures


in Learning was fi lled with interesting and helpful classes. Over 20 classes and two fi eld trips were offered. The students shared the comfort of an air-conditioned classroom while learning new information and ideas from knowledgeable presenters. One of the classes I took was


Extraordinary Events with presenter Layne Gneiting. The class learned the ways that we can deal with change. Most members are retired and facing many life changes. The class was most helpful in presenting a positive approach to change in one’s life. We are now looking forward to the fall


session to begin. New Adventures’ registration begins


September 4, 2012. Members may register at the Chandler-Gilbert Community College Sun Lakes Center September 4, 2012 or online at www.newadventures.info. There will be no early registration. There is a $15.00 fee for the semester. For details call


480-857-5500. The fall session begins October 2 and


ends December 7, 2012. There are over 60 classes offered as well as four fi eld trips. The presenters are from a variety of backgrounds and are qualifi ed and eager to teach the members of New Adventures in Learning. Some of the classes offered during the fall


session are Introduction to Writing a Novel, Day Trips Within 100 Miles of Sun Lakes, Basic Principles of the Circulatory System, Medicare and Medicare Health Care Plans in AZ in 2012, Federal Constitution, Long- Term Care, Investing with Guarantees, Wine, Where are My Keys?, Nutrition Made Simple, Music in Your Life, Safe Computing with Your PC, the 6 Step Program, Field Trip to Phoenix Art Museum’s West Select, Out to Lunch Bunch, and a Cultural Tour of Wild Horse Pass Sheraton. The variety of classes shows what a diverse group of presenters New


— NAIL cont. on page 30


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