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Greyhound Club St. Patty’s Day meeting recap


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to the software license, hosting fees, support, maintenance and coordination with the Jonas system. The resolution was unanimously approved. Resolution: Replacement Ventilation Unit


Poolside Café – Mr. Peters read a resolution to replace the up draft ventilator at the Poolside Café. Funding not to exceed $3,300.00 will come from reserves. The resolution was unanimously approved. RESOLUTION: Replacement HVAC


Unit for Sewing Room – Mr. Peters read a resolution to purchase a replacement HVAC unit for the sewing room at the Arts and Crafts building. Funding not to exceed $8,281.82 will come from reserves. The resolution was unanimously approved. Resolution: Replacement Gate Barrier Arm


Members of the Greyhound Club enjoyed a great party on March 17. It was a small but festive Greyhound


Club party at the home of Bill and Lyn Munn on March 17. Eight members and six dogs enjoyed an afternoon of good eats and fellowship in perfect Arizona weather. Our fi nal event of the season was a luncheon at the Chandler Uncle Bear’s on April 21.


Our club was established to bring


greyhound owners together and give their greyhounds opportunities to socialize with each other. If you would like more information


about adopting a greyhound or about our club please contact Bill and Lyn Munn at 480-895-3008. 


Red Hats can’t stop talking


Judy Wolin The Second annual Red Hat State


Convention was a huge success. The accoladesare non-stop since the convention ended Saturday. “Everyone wants to know when next year’s convention will be” says Co-Chairmen Judy Wolin and Ann Crabtree. “We are already in the planning stage and looking forward to next year.” This


year we celebrated the 15th


anniversary of The Red Hat Society along with our convention theme of “Arizona Red Hats Sparkle Around the World.” The convention was held at the Mission Palms Hotel and Convention Center in Tempe, Arizona. It was an all-day event including a ballroom full of vendors with every type of hat, clothing and glitter to satisfy your every whim. It all culminated with a superb luncheon with entertainment which followed this year’s convention theme of “Sparkles Around the World.” The tables were decorated with international fl ags and dolls from different countries. Many dressed in outfi ts of several countries. Our co-chairmen also dressed accordingly; Judy Wolin in Scandinavian dress and Ann Crabtree in British dress. Of course the red and purple were observed. For more information regarding our


– Mr. Peters read a resolution to purchase a replacement barrier arm for the Champagne gate. This work has been completed. Funding from the reserves totaled $4,844.32. Resolution: Speed Limit/Speed Limit Signs


- Mr. Peters read a resolution to approve retaining the 35 mph speed limit on EJ Robson/ Sun Lakes Blvd. and to purchase 10 new speed limit signs to comply with Maricopa County regulations and to reposition them in accordance with the Friedson Speed Study. Funding will come from operations. The


resolution was unanimously approved. Resolution: Cleaning Contract Jan-


Pro Cleaning Systems – Mr. Peters read a resolution to approve renewing the one- year cleaning contract with Jan-Pro Cleaning Systems. The resolution was unanimously approved. Resolution: Roofi ng Contract Spencer 4


Hire – Mr. Peters read a resolution to approve renewing the one-year contract with Spencer 4 Hire Roofi ng, LLC for maintenance and repair of the HOA buildings. The resolution was unanimously approved. Resolution: Roofi ng Contract Spencer 4


Hire - Mr. Peters read a resolution to approve renewing the one-year contract with Spencer 4 Hire Roofi ng, LLC for maintenance and repair of the golf maintenance buildings. Funding is through golf operations. The resolution was unanimously approved. COMMENT PERIOD Joe McGraw commented on areas of the


proposed CC&R with reference to deferred maintenance. Jim Wegman asked if fi nancial recovery


is made when vendors damage the gates. Mr. Champion said it was. Mr. Wegman also made comments on deferred maintenance. ADJOURNMENT: The meeting concluded


at 11:10 a.m. 


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he ranched for 50 years. He is a lifetime member and past president of the Pikes Peak Cattlemen’s Association, the Pikes Peak Range Riders, the Soil Conservation Society of America and a charter member of the National Cattlemen’s Association and the Pikes Peak Quarter Horse Club. In his current retirement, Ordell closely follows the Arizona Diamondbacks, the


Cardinals and is still loyal to the Denver Broncos and Colorado Buffalos. He also enjoys reading, gardening and cooking. His green chili stew is believed to be the best ever and its recipe is a closely guarded secret. A native of Safford, Arizona, he and Kaye


have called Sun Lakes home for 20 years enjoying their home and community. 


Ambassador Judy Wolin, Queen Mom of Chapeaux Rouge and Ambassador Ann Crabtree, Queen Mum of Desert Ya-Ya’s dressed in Scandinavian and British dress when they attended the Red Hat State Convention.


club contact Judy Wolin at 480-802-8521; cjsunlakes@msn.com. 


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mates and friends were anxious to see him and ask how he was doing. While retelling the story Miller was surprised at how few people knew of the AED and its availability on the courts. “Some of my friends knew we had one, but not where it was located. Others were not even aware that we had them” Miller said emphasizing “I know that I would not be alive today if Tom Snider didn’t know where to fi nd the AED”. Just as important were the learned CPR


skills that Allen, Rainwaters and Briner


performed. “Every second counted and if my friends were not trained in CPR, I just would not be here” Miller said. The Sun Lakes Fire Department teaches


CPR courses every three months (quarterly) throughout the year. It will only take a few hours to learn how to save a life of someone. Please call the administration offi ce at 480- 895-9343 to learn how to save a life. It may be a loved one, a friend or even your tennis partner. 


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Not only was it a spectacular show, great singing and dancing and scenery that moved in and out, but such fast changes of costume it amazed us all. There was a great big surprise for all of us on the way out of the theater; the management of the theater had a sign printed that said Welcome to the S.E. Valley Performing Arts League. So you can see that we are trying very


hard to keep the arts alive for the East Valley and Sun Lakes. How else would you be able to take a bus from the Cottonwood fl agpole into Phoenix, Mesa or Scottsdale


for only $20 round trip and avoid having to drive and fi nd a place to park? If you take the bus you are dropped off right at the theater and picked up there. Your car will be waiting right where you left it and you can be home in a few minutes. So come on become a member of PAL for only $10 a single or $15 a couple and join some very nice people who love the performing arts. Take your pick — an opera, ballet, symphony or theater performance or see all of them because the bus will be waiting for you. See you on the bus. 


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