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and Debbie Claseman, residents of Palo Verde.


In addition, Palo Verde resident


Shirley Shoemaker, noted pet artist, will be present. Do you have a Sun Lakes pet sitting


business? Give us a stack of your business cards and we will gladly make them available to parade participants. Our hopes are to have at least one


animal rescue group on-site. There are so many loving pets in need of homes and perhaps you will fi nd one that steals your heart away. The parade is free to all who wish to


attend, however, we would like to ask you to bring unopened bags or cans of dog or cat food, as well as old towels and blankets, which in turn will be donated to a local animal rescue group. Bins will be provided for those items. So save the date and plan ahead for


a great outing with your loving pet your family. Directions to the lake will be provided


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organizations to join with us. Many of you reading this article (and the publisher of this newspaper) are among the approximately 500 volunteers and 1500 annual donors we already count as Friends. What does


it take to participate in


Friends? Support your community by helping Neighbors Who Care in one of many ways: volunteer with us; donate money to support our operations; help us to recruit volunteers or to raise money; provide something of value (i.e., free or discounted goods or services) that improves the lives of the neighbors we serve; partner with us to expand the benefi ts available to the community. What benefi ts do Friends receive? Every


Friend of Neighbors Who Care will receive a nifty decal you can stick on your widow or car to show your support. You will be recognized in NWC publications and on our website and be authorized to identify yourself as a Friend in your marketing materials. The world will know that you are helping to make our community a better place to live. Why are we doing this? For the past year,


Neighbors Who Care has been working both to expand the benefi ts we provide to our clients and to better serve the community as a whole. For our clients we are now offering


at both Oakwood gates. For information contact Sandi Bargioni 480-883-9764 or 480-883-9000. 


Judy Gahide


editorial@robson.com — September 2012 Happy New Year: Unity


unscheduled “emergency services,” voting assistance, additional transportation for dialysis and chemotherapy patients and free meals to dinner-delivery clients who cannot afford to eat at least one hot, nutritious meal each day. For the community we are hosting free educational forums, additional free auto and golf cart checkups, and a monthly AARP safe driving class. There is so much more our community


needs, and we are brimming with ideas. But we are reaching the limits of our current resources. Our hope is that Friends of Neighbors Who Care will take us to the next level. You or your club, business, or congregation can participate in many different ways. With your help we can forge new partnerships and create a network that connects our community’s residents with an ever wider array of services, benefi ts and opportunities that enrich the lives of all of us. Please join with us. This is a great place to


live. We are optimistic that through Friends of Neighbors Who Care we can live up to our name and make Sun Lakes and south Chandler an even better place, truly a community of “neighbors who care.” Contact Neighbors Who Care 480-895-7133


at or the www.NeighborsWhoCare.com.  website:


Reverend Toni Corrigan No, it isn’t January, but it is a beginning of a new year for tens of thousands of students who are starting a school year. Do you remember your excitement as you shopped for new crayons, binders and markers? Do you remember the anticipation of meeting your new teacher and exploring your new textbooks? That same excitement permeates Sun Lakes at this time of year. Activities and classes that may have slowed or discontinued during the summer are stirring with new ideas and new life. Winter visitors will begin returning in late September or October. It is always exciting to read of all the available classes, clubs and interest groups and decide on a new activity! Perhaps you will takes a class, explore a new hobby and meet new friends. New ideas, new friends and new activities keep us involved and growing. At Unity of Sun Lakes, after a two-month


break, we begin a new year on September 2. You will fi nd new lessons based on the dynamic teachings of Jesus Christ who promised life abundant. Our fi rst special service is Unity World Day of Prayer. We will share in a prayer service for healing and world peace, followed by a light potluck


brunch. Our “Unity Explores” activities will include fi eld trips to places of interest in the valley. Events, classes and services: Sunday


celebration: Our Sunday


services are held in the Arts and Crafts room of the Sun Lakes Country Club at 9:30 a.m. The September lesson series is “Know God, Know Yourself, Know your Purpose.” World Day of Prayer, Thursday,


September 13, 9:30 a.m. at the home of Rev. Corrigan. Unity Explores: Our fi rst event is Friday,


October 19. We will tour Chandler City Hall/Vision Gallery and have lunch in old town Chandler. Reiki Circle: This group meets to share


healing energy on Tuesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in Room A-2 of Cottonwood Country Club. For information call Lois Valleau at 480-883-6699. Prayer Team: Our prayer team will pray


for you and with you at any time. Send prayer requests to t.corrigan@me.com with subject: Prayer request. Unity website is in transition but will


be up soon. unityofsunlakes.org. You can learn more about Unity and read Rev. Toni’s archived lessons. 


Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Sisterhood


Joyce Spartonos, Publicity It seems impossible to believe, but


another Sisterhood season is almost upon us. To this end the Program Committee has been hard at work arranging for another year of terrifi c events. Things will be getting under way


starting on Thursday, October 18, in the Chapel Center in Sun Lakes at 1:00 p.m. The guest speaker will be Nancy Brandon from Scottsdale Healthcare. Nancy is an adult-learning specialist and her topic will be about keeping a sharp memory and improving brain function. In other words, “Brain Fitness Fun—Use It or Lose It.” Boy oh boy, can’t we all relate to that! In keeping with honoring our veterans,


November is the perfect month to hear about women in the armed forces. Sisterhood is having someone discuss the issues of women in the military—and they are many. It’s a really important topic that is generally given very little coverage, but you’ll learn all about it at our meeting on November 8. As you can see just from


these two programs, it’s going to be a most informative year. As a reminder, all meetings are on Thursdays at 1:00 p.m.


in the Chapel


Center. The exception will be our card party, which will be held in Oakwood on Tuesday, February 12, 2013. So make sure you mark your calendars now. To help us in this endeavor, any NEW items you’d like to donate for baskets would be greatly appreciated. Please call Susie at 480-883- 7117 or Mary at 480-802-9855 and they will be happy to arrange pick-ups. We hope to make this another blockbuster year and can certainly achieve that with your help. Remember, whatever you can donate must be new. If you’re getting all excited about this,


that’s what we’re looking for and it makes it the perfect time to remind you to remit your Sisterhood dues. The cost is still $25, and your check, made out


to SLJC Sisterhood


should be sent to 3495 East County Down Drive, Chandler, AZ 85249. That’s it for now. See you next time. 


Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Chanukah celebration


Joyce Spartonos, Publicity The Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation is


delighted that another fabulous Chanukah celebration is in the works. A committee headed by Judi Josephson and Marcia Weiner has reserved Sunday, December 16, at Oakwood for this joyous occasion. The doors will


open at 6:00 p.m. with a cash bar, followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m. Dinner service will begin with a salad and then your entree choice of either Baked Dover Sole Almandine with rice and vegetable medley or Chicken Picatta with roasted red potato


and


vegetable medley. Of


course no meal is


complete without a scrumptious dessert, and we hope that the selection of delectable cakes we’ve chosen will tickle your tummy. For those less adventuresome, there will be a delicious variety of fresh fruit. The cost of $45 per person will include entertainment by Thaddeus Rose as well as


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our beautiful Menorah Lighting Ceremony. And be prepared for a feast for your eyes when you see the gorgeous decorations and centerpieces created by decorating co-chairs Idamae Fleischer, Cyril Goodman and their wonderful committee. Because this event always fi lls up so rapidly, we’re urging you to send in your


reservations


as soon as possible. The reservation committee consists of Marilyn Behr, Adriane Goldman and Ellie Trachtenberg. Your check(s), made out to Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation, should


be sent to 25803 Eastlake Drive, Sun Lakes, AZ 85248.


making up your own


tables, please be sure that all the checks are sent in the same envelope. For any questions you may have, call 480-895-7312 or 480-883-9070. The dress code for the evening is cocktail attire, and we’re looking forward to seeing you all at this fun-fi lled celebration. 


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