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editorial@robson.com — September 2012


It’s time to think about Chordaires music


Chris Roen, Sandy Bocynesky, Nancy Jane Bales, Patti Entwistle, Barbi Bergerson, Gloria Reardon, Helen Wright, Patrice Reis and Cathy Hanson.


Mary Lou Glass, Publicity Coordinator The Chordaires Chorus is getting ready for


their new season. We are looking forward to a great year of barbershop style a cappella singing. The fi rst rehearsal will be Monday, October 1, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at


the Sun


Lakes Country Club. It is shaping up to be a fantastic year. The fi rst part of the season will be dedicated to learning and polishing our Christmas music with a calendar of Christmas performances in December at the Italian American Club, St. Stevens Church and caroling at the senior residences in the area. A January performance for the Lions Club has also been scheduled. Doreen Hansen will be going into her seventh year as director of the Chordaires chorus.


Our 33rd annual Spring Show is already scheduled for Friday, April 12, 2013 and will be held at the Oakwood Country Club. There will be two performances, one at 3:00 p.m. and one at 7:00 p.m. The show will again be a benefi t and will include as special guests The Treblemakers of Chandler High School with a return performance (at the request of our last spring audiences) of Ms. Cellaneous, the fabulous women’s quartet who were guests at last year’s show. The theme for our upcoming spring show will be Hats Off to America which will be a patriotic spectacular show. If you are a woman who likes to sing, socialize and have fun we would welcome you to join us for the new season. 


Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 8053


Sandra Iosue Mea culpa, mea culpa. In the last article


about the Auxiliary 8053 awards at the Department Convention, I made an error in naming Ellen Bond chairman of the Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen scholarship programs. The actual


chairman was


Leonora Nelson, who with her husband Gene worked tirelessly with the schools and the students to make this a very successful program. Did you know that the VFW and


Ladies Auxiliary have many scholarship opportunities available? Some are open and some are restricted. The following are the open scholarships, which means anyone


can enter. Voice of Democracy. This is an oral


essay on the subject “Is Our Constitution Still Relevant?” This


is for high school


students from grades 9-12. The student writes his/her essay and then records it on a tape or CD. The recording must be between three and fi ve minutes long and cannot have the entrant’s hometown or name used on it. The deadline for this year’s entries is November 1, 2012. Patriot’s Pen. This is a written essay


of 300-400 words on the subject “What I Would Tell America’s Founding Fathers.” This is open to middle school students in 6-8 grades. This deadline is also November 1, 2012. Young American Creative Art. This


is open to grades 9-12 and can be any medium the student chooses as long as it is an original work. This deadline is March 11, 2013. The following are restricted scholarships.


This means that the entries are restricted to certain requirements. Continuing Education. This is open


to members of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary, their spouses, adult children, brothers and sisters. There is one winner drawn for each of the four conferences that the Auxiliary is divided into. The deadline is February 15, 2013. Junior Girls Scholarship. This is open to


members of the Jr. Girls units of the Ladies Auxiliary. Unfortunately, Arizona does not have a unit at this time. State Scholarship. This is open to


students who are seniors graduating in 2013 and are the children or grandchildren of VFW or Ladies Auxiliary members. The student must be graduating from an Arizona accredited high school, but the qualifying family member can live anywhere in the U.S.


All scholarship opportunities except


the continuing education are also open to private or charter schools and to home schooled students. For information on any of these opportunities,


call SUN LAKES SPLASH scholarship chairman Betty Peer at 895-4462. 


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