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editorial@robson.com — September 2012


Rotarian of the Month John K. Lenher was named August


Rotarian of the Month. John is well known in our club for his spirit of service with a smile and has just completed 10 years in Rotary. He has in those 10 years served as secretary and treasurer and then taken on the job of editor of our weekly newsletter. John participated in our school


recent back to shopping spree. Every successful


fundraiser or service project sees John at work. John and his wife Jane are the parents


of one son and one daughter and two grandchildren. He received his degree at Florida Southern College and retired from Federal Civil Service as a computer administrator. Other civic involvement included SAINT [Seniors Assisting in Transportation]; Rocky Mountain Raptor Rehabilitation for birds, mainly hawks, owls and eagles; Episcopal Church. John served in the US Air Force 1952-


1956. 


& Pneumonia Shot $


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Sun Lakes Cottonwood Club Held in Cardroom A3


 (walk-ins welcome)


Monday,


September 3rd 


Monday, October 8th Monday, November 3rd


Flu Shot $ 30 75


Both vaccines are only covered by: Medicare B Humana Gold Choice


BlueCross BlueShield of Arizona (excluding Medicare plan members) An Independent Licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.


HDL, Total Cholesterol .......... $ SMAC (8 hour fast).............. $ PSA Prostate ................... $ Complete Count (CBC) .......... $ C-RP (8 hour fast preferred) ....... $ Hemoglobin A1C ............... $ TSH Tyroid................... $ T3, T4, & T7 Tyroid............ $ Apolipoprotein A-1 & B .......... $


Allergy Tests and More!  Tai Chi class by Kim Kubsch at the Renaissance.


Kim Kubsch Safe Movements Tai Chi by Kim Kubsch


is planning a show of thanks and gratitude to our veterans and their spouses for their service to our country. This free, one-hour Tai Chi–Qigong class will provide relaxation for mind and body while keeping the body in motion. Tai Chi-Qigong can be done by almost any age, standing or seated. Slow, deep breathing sets the stage in a tai chi practice, helping us worry less and live more!


If you too want to “give back and show


thanks too,” I am in need of an indoor, air-conditioned venue of approximately 2,000-4,000 square feet in the Sun Lakes area. If your venue is available in the morning or afternoon of November 5, 7, 10, 14, 15, 16 or 17, I would love to hear from you by September 10, 2012. Please contact me: Kim Kubsch, Tai Chi instructor and Sun Lakes resident, 480-392-3436 or Kim@SafeMovements.com. 


American Legion Auxiliary Post 55 meeting notice


Pat Nicholaisen It is that time of the year again to start


our fall activities. The Legion has over 200 members but the ladies fall far short. It has always been ladies stand behind the men. I look forward to many more signing up. Show your support for this Post. It


is time to renew your dues for the coming year. Please do all possible to


encourage the wives to become members. The meeting will be September 18 at


7:00 p.m. in the Navajo Room of Sun Lakes Country Club. Remember the second Monday of the


month. We will continue our casino trips. This is the only fundraiser we have to help veterans. We can use all the support we can get. Don’t forget to call Sheligh at 480-895-8295 or Dorothy at 480-895- 0662 for reservations. The cost is only $10, and you get your money back at the casino. Good luck to all! Hope to see you all at the bus. 


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John K. Lenher


Free Tai Chi class planned for veterans


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