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September 2012— www.sunlakessplash.com Cotillion season update


CLUBS AND CLASSES 53


Low Vision Support Group meeting September 12


One of the best things you can do for


a loved one or friend is to tell them about the Sun Lakes Low Vision Support Group which meets each month on the second Wednesday at the Renaissance on Riggs Road from 9:00-10:00 a.m. Reading for them is diffi cult at best and they may not be aware that a special group is available to offer them support. Special speaker on September 12 will be Linda Horton, a Sun Lakes resident


with over 35 years of experience assisting low vision and blind people in the use of adaptive equipment. She has a Master’s Degree in blindness rehabilitation. She has served on the National Braille Association Board and has traveled extensively assisting people to maintain their independence. All are welcome. Additional information


is available from the Reverend Alexander Meek at 480-895-8540.


Joel and Adriane Goldman.


Ruthie and Allen Lavin.


Sandy Pallett and Jack Hughes.  It seems as though many Sun Lakes


residents have been on the go this summer. Some go away for months, others off and on for weeks at a time and others enjoy the ‘slow’ season at home. Lines at the stores are shorter, there is less traffi c and parking spaces are plentiful. By the end of summer, everyone is ready to get back to normal and get things rolling in full swing, including the Cotillion Dance Club. Plans are well under way for the


upcoming season. The fi rst dance of the year will be held Saturday, October 13, 2012, with music provided by Lenny Zazick. Details as to the theme and dinner menu will be announced shortly. Membership is open and guests are always welcome. The past season was a huge success welcoming and introducing new members to the group. For more information, please contact Larry and Pat Wolfe at 480-802-2748 or email pbwolfe4@aol.com. 


Brandeis National Committee Sun Lakes chapter seeks members


Geri Gould You may not know that a wonderful


opportunity awaits you on October 4. That is the fi rst meeting of the 2012-2013 Brandeis National Committee Sun Lakes Chapter, a women’s group with local chapters around the country. You need not have any affi liation with Brandeis University to participate, but Brandeis making some of their wonderfully enriching resources available to local chapters. Here at Sun Lakes we meet on the fi rst


Thursday afternoon of each month from October through May. Our programs are diverse and typically include book discussions, fi lm discussions, docent tours at local museums for special exhibits, contemporary issues discussions and occasional special guest speakers. In addition to our Sun Lakes chapter,


the greater Phoenix area proudly boasts its number one rating of chapters around


the country. There are so many subject- specifi c study groups that meet monthly and anyone who is a Sun Lakes member is eligible to participate in those as well. These may include art gallery tours and introductions to local artists, meetings with local Arizona authors, cooking classes, movie viewings and discussions and numerous focused book clubs. It’s a great way to expand your friendships in and out of the Sun Lakes area. You are cordially invited to an


introductory meeting on Thursday, October 4 at 1:00 p.m.


to learn more about the


array of activities that will be presented this year. We will also be discussing the book Someone Knows My Name by Lawrence Hill. Light refreshments will be served. The meeting will be held at the home of Irene Kestenbaum. For directions and to RSVP, please call Irene at 883-7639 or send her an email at irenek0426@gmail.com. 


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