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CLUBS AND CLASSES


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Vice President Betty Tuzzolino, Peter Sciacca from di Sciacca Glassware and President Donna Haugland admire di Sciacca’s beautiful glassware.


Lou Blas The fi rst Monday of the month meeting


of the Italian American Club was held in the Arizona Room of Sun Lakes Country Club on April 1. Dinner was potluck with many types of pasta, salads and desserts beginning at 6:00 p.m. Restraint in eating was not present. The evening program was presented


by Peter Sciacca of “1 Source di Sciacca Signature Glassware” located at 81 West Boston Street in


downtown Chandler.


Peter described his Italian heritage, how his business began and the wide line of beautiful mouth blown and handcrafted glassware he and wife Sigrid sell. Two sets of gorgeous drinking glasses were awarded as prizes to the members. The next monthly meeting will be May


6. Dues are $15 a year. Membership is open to people of Italian and non-Italian ancestry. For information please


call


Donna Haugland at 480-802-3737 or Marie Szymanski at 480-883-1817. 


Lions Club installs new officers


Pictured (left to right) Lions all: Secretary Russ Magill, Lion Tamer Larry Stoner, Treasurer Frank DiFrancesco, outgoing President Carolyn Barrans, Director Floyd Mullen, 1st Vice President Ruth Palmer, President elect Forrest Cheuvront, 2nd Vice President Sandy Iosue, Director Sharon Stanton, Membership Chair Forrest Kohler, Director Shelva Kohler and Tail Twister Dick Zierman.


Lion Forrest Cheuvront Sun Lakes Lions Club elected new


offi cers to serve the 2013-2014 Lions year beginning July 1. The new offi cers will be offi cially installed into their offi ce at their dinner meeting on June 20, by Past International Director Lion Richard Sawyer. Sun Lakes Lions Club has been serving


the Sun Lakes community since being chartered by Lions Clubs International in 1985. That’s 28 years. From the early days of service, the club has had chili suppers, sold Christmas luminaries and had a fl ea market in Sun Lakes Country Club each month until turning it over to the Angler’s Club. The largest service project is the Flag Program that currently puts out approximately 1800 or so fl ags in the area on six major holidays of each year. Lions have provided support to: the Sun Lakes Easter Egg Hunt and Golf Cart Parade, Flags for 1st Graders, Lions International Peace Poster Contest, Sun Lakes Country Club, Cottonwood/Palo Verde, Neighbors Who Care, Sun Lakes Fire Department Community Assistance Program, Child Spree, AZ Blankets for Kids, AZ Stand Down, Chandler Community Food Bank, Herdt Scholarship, Brain Injury Association of Arizona, Foundation


for Blind Children, Leader Dogs for the Blind, Reading Programs, Threads of Love and many State Lion projects, Lions Clubs International Projects and International Disaster Relief efforts. Our Casino Night (in January or February)


is very well-attended by the community and the money raised goes to the operation of Lions Camp Tatiyee near Lakeside in the White Mountains. Established over 50 years ago by the Lions of Arizona, the camp serves handicapped individuals from seven years old and up who come to camp for one week at no cost to them. At camp they will participate in a variety of supervised activities while giving their caregivers a week off. Who are the Sun Lakes Lions? They are


members of a service oriented group of clubs under Lions Clubs International where each member enjoys fellowship, develops leadership goals and devotes part of his or her free time to help those in need, fi rst in their communities and also in all parts of the world. Be a Lion whose motto is “We


Serve.” Interested? Call Forrest Kohler at 480-802-4123 or Forrest Cheuvront at 480- 236-2224. 


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