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4 GENERALS All request


Helen Daley Music plays a very important role in


your state of wellbeing. As different parts of your brain are stimulated by music you love and appreciate, brain waves and hormonal responses can improve memory, vision and ability to concentrate, serve to elevate mood, be a de-stressor, lower heart rate and blood pressure, improve auto-immune response, help relieve pain and anxiety and improve overall quality of life.


These are all reasons you should attend


the Arizona Classic Jazz Society’s May 19, “All Requests” afternoon. “Doc” Chaney’s Dixie Band will be playing your favorite tunes. Requests should be made in writing – either bring the song name already on paper or fi ll out a form at the door. The band will play as many tunes as


time


allows. Anybody familiar with Doc realizes it


will be diffi cult to name a tune he doesn’t know. He plays trumpet, fl ugelhorn and valve trombone and is well known for


his vocals. He once played with Benny Goodman and is currently a member of 52nd Street Jazz Band. This fun afternoon takes place at the


Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort, One San Marcos Place, Chandler, on Sunday, May 19, from 1:00–4:00 p.m. Cost for members is $10, non-members $15 and under 18 free. Join ACJS on the 19th and get in free (yearly membership $35 couple, $25 single). For more information go to www.azclassicjazz.org or call 480- 620-3941. ACJS members can be proud of the


fact that two renewable $500 scholarships have been awarded through the Moyer Education/Scholarship Fund to two graduating Perry High School students, Enrique Amarillas and Kaitlyn Marie Kauffmann. Enrique’s objective is to seek a degree in Music Performance and Music Therapy. Kaitlyn Marie Kauffmann will pursue a degree in Vocal Performance and English. We look forward to following the careers of these very ambitious students.


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | May 2013


SLCT alive and growing, playing and performing


Sun Lakes Community Theatre Board of Directors: Back row: Michael Carter, Sandy Bocynesky, Jim Neilsen, Dave Stevens, Sue Youngblood and Howard Hummel; front row: Sandy Ilsen.


Andrea Hummel New members were elected to the


Sun Lakes Community Theatre Board of Directors at


the March meeting. Sandy


Bocynesky, Sandy Ilsen and Dave Stevens will be joining Michael Carter, Jim Neilsen, Howard Hummel and Sue Youngblood on the seven-person board. The new members will each serve a three-year term. SLCT members thanked outgoing board


members Bud Jenssen, Sandy Pallett and Linda Caton for their service. Roger Edmonds will once again be


directing a children’s play to be performed at area schools in the fall. Two previous children’s plays, The Fisherman’s Wife and Horton Hears a Who, were well received and supported SLCT’s mission of keeping the arts alive in schools. The Sun Lakes Improv group was also noted as an accomplishment growing


out of theater continuing education. The ImproVables began as a workshop/class and has now developed into a strong performing troupe which continues to be in demand throughout the area. The troupe is under the umbrella of SLCT. The spring SLCT play, Dearly Beloved,


mounted fi ve well-attended performances in the San Tan Ballroom. Director Howard Hummel noted that 63 SLCT members were involved in some way with this play. The crew and the cast had a wonderful time and several new members joined SLCT as a result of their experiences. Planning is underway for the club’s fall


show, Polter-heist, and next spring’s main stage play.


For more information about SLCT’s


upcoming shows and how you can become involved, check the website http://slctinfo.com. 


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