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Sun Lakes Republican Club May 14 meeting


Carolyn McCorkle The Sun Lakes Republican Club will


feature guest speaker Robert Graham, Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, at its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 14, at 6:30 p.m. in the Arizona Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. The public is invited. Elected in January 2013, Robert S.


Graham has an outstanding record of leadership and experience in serving Arizona residents and charitable organizations through his commitment of time and fi nancial contributions. Graham will share his vision for the Republican Party in Arizona, as well as his vision for prospering and unifying our state. He is President and CEO of RG


Capital, responsible for the company’s fi nancial advisory, investment banking/ consulting and corporate development business. He years of


brings more experience than in domestic 12 and


international strategic, fi nancial, marketing, corporate development and operational management. Additionally, he has profi tably managed three operating


companies and three venture start-ups. Graham is the author of Job Killers:


The American Dream in Reverse. Job Killers highlights the negative impact over-regulation is having on today’s economy and American jobs. Graham’s accomplishments in business have been recognized regionally by Arizona Business Magazine as one of the top entrepreneurs and nationally, by Boomer Market Advisor magazine as the 2007 Advisor of the Year. A cum laude graduate from Arizona


State University with a Bachelor of Science in Global Business Management


and


Finance, Graham has served on the ASU School of Global Business Management and Leadership Dean’s Advisory Council. For his entrepreneurial success and service to ASU, Graham was awarded “Distinguished Alumnus” from the School of Global Management and Leadership. Since 1993, Graham has worked with


and educated thousands of individuals and organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to private clients. In both 2009 and 2010, Graham was invited to speak at


— REPUBLICAN cont. on page 77


“I Don’t Feel Like This Is My Home” My Mom Wrote Me An E-Mail Last Year That Started Off…


Hey Jerry,


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I’m Happy to say that my brothers and I got together to get Mom new carpeting and Shutters for her home. We did it as a Mother’s Day surprise, and now she loves her home.


P.S. Dad helped.


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Two gourds from our classes given by San Diego gourd artist Rosario Wilke. The 3-D woven one was completed by Linda Ross and the other by Kathy Kopjak.


Kathy Kopjak For four years now we have had a fl ea


market of gently used and no longer loved gourd-related items. It is a wonderful way for beginning gourders to acquire tools and supplies to fi ll their gourd making coffers and those of us to clear out our shelves to make room for more gourd things. Everyone knows there is always one more tool or embellishment we need


to buy for our art. It was great fun. Our fi nal meeting until the fall will be


held Thursday, May 9, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the Oakwood Arts and Crafts Room. Membership is open to anyone in the Valley who is interested in gourds. For more information about The Spirit


of the Desert Gourd Patch contact Joanne Miles at 480-802-4655 or Shirley Nesbitt at 480-247-6102. 


NIA celebrates 30 years of movement in 2013


This year is dedicated to doing what


Non-Impact Aerobics (NIA) does best - getting people in touch with their bodies. If you enjoy tennis, golf or other sports,


if you have been or are now a caretaker, part-time worker or just enjoy being retired, NIA helps you get deeper into sensation as a way of helping your health. No jumping or jarring your joints! NIA


helps with alignment; NIA helps with balance and posture. Try NIA and notice the difference! All classes enjoy a warm up, dance movement based on the science of the body and a cool down. Three classes are now available in


Cottonwood Country Club: Mondays 11:00 a.m.-noon in Dance


Room A-6 Thursdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. in Phoenix


Room A-9 (next to the ladies gym) Fridays 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in Dance


Room A-6 Beginners are welcome! The cost is $5


per class Wear comfortable clothing and bring a


mat. If you have any questions please contact


Gail Mongiello, Certifi ed NIA Instructor, energygail3@gmail.com or call 480-220- 1430. Gail is a full time Sun Lakes resident. Come join us year round! “Through Movement We Find Health.”


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


The Spirit of the Desert Gourd Patch to meet May 9


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