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56 CLUBS AND CLASSES


Non-impact aerobics starts Monday, September 17


Gail Mongiello Non-Impact Aerobics (NIA) begins


Monday, September 17 from 11:00 a.m.- noon. Done barefoot or with soft soled shoes to diverse and inspiring music, NIA is a transformational movement practice that teaches you to be more joyful, expressive, and alive. NIA will engage your body and mind


in healthy exercise. NIA draws from dance arts, martial arts and healing arts to create


purposeful movement that will help you


grow and learn. Gail Mongiello is a NIA Blue Belt


Instructor. Join her on Mondays from 11 a.m.-noon at the Cottonwood Country Club Room A6 and at the Cottonwood Country Club Room A9 (next to the ladies gym). Each class is only $5.00 For more information,


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Pulaski Club fall membership drive has begun


The Pulaski Club Arizona is located at


4331 E. McDowell Road, Phoenix. The phone number is 602-275-9329 and the email address is www.pulaskiclubaz.org. Doors open one hour before times listed. The fall membership drive begins! Note


please


contact Gail at 480-220-1430 or email energygail3@gmail.com. 


Jewish War Veterans of Sun Lakes news


Post 619 Jewish War Veterans of Sun


Lakes will meet at 9:30 a.m. September 9 in the Mirror Room of Sun Lakes Country Club. This month’s speaker will be Department


of Veterans Services


representative Ron Schackle who will brief members on their benefi ts. He will speak right after the breakfast starting at 10:05.


This post, which helps veterans by raising funds for the homeless and hospitalized, is open to men and women of any race or religion.


If you are interested in more


information, please call Elliott Reiss at 480-802-3281. To make reservations for the breakfast, call 480-895-1618 or email: gailnbob58@gmail.com. 


Parkinsons Support Group meeting notice


The Sun Lakes Parkinson’s Support Group meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20 at 1:00 p.m.


in the Mirror


Room of Sun Lakes Country Club. We are pleased to welcome Stacy Sullivan PTA and Erika Rocabado PTA from Pinnacle Physical Therapy in Chandler as our guest speakers. They will present LSVT BIG a


physical therapy program for individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Research has documented that this program will improve faster walking with bigger steps,


improve


balance, and increase trunk rotation. For additional information contact


Grace Roth at 480-895-1734 or Ann Kisner at 480-895-0152. 


the membership discounts. The dinner/ dances feature all-you-can-eat meals! On Sunday, September 9, the meeting be


will at 12:30 p.m., member and


military appreciation dance. Members and veterans are free; you must have your ID card. Non-members are $8. Music by the Varitons from 2:00-5:00 p.m. On Sunday, September 23, attend a


Polish Sock Hop with DJ Nickelcity Dave from 2:00-5:00 p.m. Members $4; Non- members $6. Saturday, October 13, will be an all new Casino Night. 


Special Interactive IETF Support Group meeting


Jane Limbaugh On Saturday, October 20, 2012


Professor Kumagai of Sacramento State University, and his consulting engineer Steven Marsh, will introduce a tremor cancelling pen developed by their team at Sacramento State University and a former student who has ET. The purpose of the meeting is for attendees to learn about the development of the pen, use the pen and provide the developers feedback and suggestions. In addition, Catherine Rice, Executive Director of the International Essential


Tremor Foundation, will be present to meet and greet the group and hold an impromptu question and answer session. WHERE: The Chapel House (next door


to the Sun Lakes Chapel) 9230 North Sun Lakes Boulevard, Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248. WHEN: Saturday, October 20, 2012 at


9:30-noon. For more information or to RSVP, please


contact your local support group leader, Jane Limbaugh at 480-883-1766 or e-mail at jlimbaugh888@msn.com. Space is limited to 50 attendees. Call or


email Jane today! 


Beginning French and Spanish Beginning French and Spanish classes are offered by Michael Buscaglia. Beginning Spanish


Class will be held on Thursdays, November 1, 2012 to January 17, 2013 in Room A-7 in Cottonwood from 10:00-11:30 a.m. Beginning French Class will be held on Thursdays, November 1, 2012 to January 17, 2013


in Room A-7 in Cottonwood from 11:45 a.m.–1:15 p.m. Classes will not be held Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Weeks. There is a $50 fee for the 10 weeks of classes for Session One. Session Two will begin on


January 24, 2013. For further information on how to sign up for these classes contact Michael Buscaglia at


480-329-5451 or bussymj@gmail.com Please note this is a new email address. Class size will be limited so fi rst come, fi rst served. 


Women’s Billiards at Sun Lakes Country Club


Mary Hawkins All women of the Sun Lakes community


are invited to join the ladies at the Sun Lakes Country Club on Saturdays at 1:00 p.m. for billiards. New members of any skill level are invited to play. Pool cues may be borrowed at the billiard room or you may bring your own. Eight-Ball and Nine-Ball games are played on alternating Saturdays. The cost


is only 50 cents which goes for prizes for the fi rst and second place winners. Come join us and we will teach you the rules of play for each game. We are a relaxed, fun group so even if you never played come and try it. Women are also welcome to just observe the game before playing if they wish. If you have any questions call Mary at 480-802-0113. 


Wet and Wild Water Aerobics


Marti Scott We are winding down summer, can


you believe it? What a great summer Wet and Wild has had. We welcome all Sun Lakers, men and women, who would like to participate in a “fun” water aerobics class. We work with all abilities and limitations and exercise to many different kinds of music. Classes


start at 10:00 a.m. and are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the Cottonwood pool and Tuesday and Thursday at


the


Oakwood pool. Friday is deep water class. Bring a noodle if you have one and just show up. The class is $3.00 or you can buy a 10 class punch card for $25. For more information call Marti Scott 480-895-4176. 


Stamps? Stamp collectors? Where are you?


Jim Brewster Maybe you have a Nepalese 1899


stamp, Siva’s Bow and Two Knives, on woven paper, that’s worth $1,350 hidden away in a long-forgotten desk drawer? If not, you undoubtedly have an 1867 Washington 3-center with a Z grill worth $9,500. Or perhaps you’ve never been a stamp collector and are looking for a fun new hobby. Stamp collecting can be extremely rewarding, exciting and a continuous history lesson all rolled into one. If you’ve ever had a hankering to collect stamps, now may be the time to start.


One look at one of Scott’s Worldwide Stamp catalogues and you’ll see they are


SUN LAKES SPLASH fi lled with thousands of intriguing and


beautiful stamps. As far as United States stamps are concerned, collecting them is a wonderful way to refresh your memory of our history. Sun Lakes has had stamp clubs in the they seem to have disappeared.


past but


We’d like to start one designed for beginners and guided by semi-pros. To get acquainted let’s meet September


17 at 9:00-11:00 a.m. in Cottonwood’s A-7 Room. We will discuss the interests of the group, have hand-out materials and decide where we want to go from there. If you have a confl ict with this date, we will be at Table 48 at the annual Cottonwood Open House on October 13. 


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