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Sunday Night Couples Dance Club last dance to be May 12


CLUBS AND CLASSES 47 Fashion Show highlights


Nancy Kaiser The St. Steven’s Ladies Guild held their


10th annual Fashion Show called “Hats Off to Fashion” at the Oakwood Country Club on March 13. The St. Steven’s chairperson was Pat


Scherr with Karen Jorgensen and Sandy Yokobosky as co-chairs. Karen Jorgensen is also the President of the St. Steven’s Ladies Guild. Sandy Yokobosky was the chairperson


of the models and worked with Laura Coats from Dillard’s to coordinate the fashions.


There were over 400 ladies in


attendance to enjoy all the fashions that were presented by Dillard’s of Chandler Fashion Center and modeled by members of St. Steven’s. The models were escorted on the runway by men from St. Steven’s wearing black tuxedos. To start the event Father Pierre Hissey,


Pastor of St. Steven’s, gave the invocation. There were beautifully decorated


baskets by members and friends of St. Steven’s that could be won by purchasing tickets and there was also a 50/50 drawing for many other prizes. The organ music was provided by Fletcher Music Store.


Dwight and Gloria Snyder The last Sunday Night Couples Dance


will be on May 12. This is the last dance until September and we hope everyone can attend. We will be dancing at the San Tan Ballroom and enjoying the music of Route 66 at 7:00 p.m. The dress for the evening is dressy casual (no shorts) for both men and women.


We hope everyone has a wonderful


summer and we look forward to reuniting in September. We do have openings in our membership


and encourage anyone interested in joining to contact Michael and Nancy Rogers at 480- 895-5976. 


Hiking season concludes


Members of the Hiking Club enjoy scenic views near Sedona.


Karin Hansen The 2012-2013 Sun Lakes Hiking Club


winter hiking season came to an end in April. It was a fantastic year for the hiking club with 53 hikes taking place during the six-month season; a total of over 900 attendees and over 400 miles were logged. Despite a cold and damp winter, only a few hiking events were actually cancelled or rescheduled. There are more than 180 registered


members of the Sun Lakes Hiking Club this year. Club records show that one hearty hiker attended more than 30 hikes and 11 hikers attended over 15 of the events. Some regular hikers enjoy the fi tness benefi ts of hiking on a weekly basis, but


some


individuals choose to participate in only a few hikes each year. They enjoy certain favorite routes, or only join the group when a new trail is being introduced. Records show that 140 of the attendees were on less than 10 hikes during the season. A new attendance record was set during the season for a single hike. This was on January 23, 2013, on a club favorite to Butcher Jones Recreation Area on Saguaro Lake. This scenic fi ve-mile route was led by Jerry Anderson and had 50 participants. What a sight it was to see a line of 50 hikers stretched out like a long, colorful snake along the side of the lake. A special humorous recognition was given to Jerry at the club picnic: an extremely long pole with a fl ag that said “follow me.” Each year the club has a spring picnic


near the end of the hiking season and before the snowbirds leave for the summer. On Friday, April 5, Club President Al Metz


and his team served up hot dogs while participants added potluck side items so that everyone could enjoy an outdoor feast on a beautiful day. 


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