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editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | May 2013 Art at the Lakes show a success


Art at the Lakes is a fundraiser for the Emergency Relief Fund for the Sun Lakes firefighters. The fi fth annual Art at the Lakes Show


was a great success for both the artists and the fi remen. The date had to be changed due to inclement weather but on the 16th, the weather was close to perfect for the show. The show was well


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attended and a thank you for all the support for both the artists and the fi remen. This show is a fund raiser for the Emergency Relief Fund for the fi remen. The silent auction with art work donated by artists was well received with all money raised going to this fund. The fi remen were very pleased with the turnout for their tasty hamburgers and


hotdogs. This show would not be possible without the support and help of the Sun Lakes fi remen. For the past fi ve years they have been there to help the artists every step of


the way. They assist the


artists in getting their artwork to and from the tables they have set up earlier. We have many Sun Lakes volunteers who also deserve a much ap pre c i a te d thank you from artists.


all the


Artists who live throughout the valley love being in this


show. The setting is perfect and the help and support they receive is very much appreciated. We hope


to continue making this show one of the premier shows in the valley. 


Single-Sided Deafness presentation at the library


The Hearing Loss Association of America


will present “Single-Sided Deafness” with Fran Saperstein, artist and speaker. Fran will share her life with one-sided deafness, vertigo and auto-immune inner ear disease. She will discuss the CROS aid, BiCROS aid, the Baha implant and a SoundBite device. The program will be held on Thursday,


May 9, at 1:00 p.m. at the Ed Robson Branch Library, Lecky Center, 9330 E. Riggs Road, Sun Lakes, AZ 85248 (parking in the church lot next door). You are not alone! If you, a family


member or a friend is challenged by hearing loss, please come and join us for education, sharing and refreshments. All are welcome. You owe it to yourself! CART is generously proved by the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Please park in the church lot next to the


library. Thanks. For additional information contact


Liz Booth at halib72@gmail.com, Regina Milgroom at reggiefaith@gmail.com or Scott Sjolin at 602-652-3000; ask for Ed Robson Branch. 


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Publisher L. Gosnell


Editor/Publications Manager


Linda Robson


Assistant Editor Jennifer Schell


Editorial Assistant Chelsea Miller


Classified Ad Manager Jennifer Schell


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Publishing Clerk Linda Carr


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