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Volume 44, Number 07 ✦ July 2013


INSIDE: What’s


Tennis court rehab project ...6


plan summer shopping spree for Boys & Girls Club youngsters


Dee Rasmussen Saturday, July 27, is a big day for the youngsters from


Resident artists display at Scottsdale Art Show ...18


Chapel House gardens ...38


the East Valley Boys and Girls Club. Each summer prior to the new school year, four Target stores are ready for a bunch of excited kids anxious to have new clothes for school. The kids arrive at the store at 7:00 a.m. prior to the stores’ openings giving them time to shop carefully. Each child is aided by a mentor from the community to be sure that the clothes and shoes fi t! (Kids think everything fi ts if it is something they can’t live without)! We all know that – we did that too! The Target stores involved this year are the Gilbert store


at Val Vista and Warner, the Chandler store on Arizona Avenue, the Mesa store on Power Road and the Mesa store on Longmore. The youngsters arrive very excited and the excitement is contagious among the mentors and the great employees waiting to help! Paradise Bakery is again seeing that the shoppers and


mentors have their delicious cookies to carry them after the shopping is done. Several managers from Paradise Bakery are coming to volunteer! Volunteers will start with the kids at 7:00 a.m. and


should be home by about 9:00 a.m. I promise those two hours will make your day! If


you are interested in volunteering please call


Dee Rasumssen at 480-895-2414, Paul Budrick at 480-895-8632 or Betty Manovsky at 480-895-5512.


Outstanding Veteran ...45


One of the mentors participating in the summer shopping spree and a shopper!


Sun Lakes Lions donate $55,000 to charities


Renaissance Billiards Tournament ...56


Carolyn Barrans The Sun Lakes Lions Club


Index:


Generals ........................ 2 Features ...................... 18 Taste of the Town ......... 31 In Passing ...............32-33 Clubs ........................... 34 Sports .......................... 54 Religion ....................... 61 Calendars ...............65-67 Classifi eds ..............68-75


Sun Lakes Fire Department teams up with the American Service Animals Society.


Brian Curry The unique relationship between the Sun Lakes Fire Department


(SLFD) and the American Service Animals Society (ASAS) continues to grow by leaps and bounds and the main benefi ciary is our disabled Arizona service veterans. The ASAS is spearhead by Sun Lakes residents Gerad and Debbie


Claseman who approached SLFD Battalion Chief Cheryl Van Horn about a program that allows the service animals to become acquainted and familiar with fi refi ghters and emergency medical personnel in a non emergency, non-stressful setting. “I’m a dog person already, so it was a natural fi t and I certainly


believe in the program” said Van Horn who recently oversaw the latest ASAS visit at SLFD’s Station One. Chief Van Horn went on to say that this was ASAS’s third visit


to the station and that each one has grown in both dogs involved, fi refi ghters interacting and most importantly vets getting the benefi ts of


even more trained — BREEDS cont. on page 31


chartered in 1985 has donated nearly $55,000 this year to local, state and international charities. The local charities supported include Neighbors Who Care, Child Spree through Sun Lakes Charities, the Sun Lakes Anglers fishing derbies, Threads of Love, Arizona Blankets for Kids, The Brain Injury Association of Arizona, the Foundation for Blind Children, the Chandler Food Bank and the Sun Lakes Fire Department Community Assistance


Program (CAP).


We also supported the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership program (HOBY), Guide Dogs of the Desert


and provided


scholarships to both Perry High School and Chandler Gilbert Community College. The Lions State Projects,


supported by our funds include Lions Camp Tatiyee, a camp for mentally and physically disabled children and adults in the White Mountains, Lions Sight and Hearing, Lions Vision Center, C. Kirby Smith Lions Youth Exchange, Arizona Lions


Eyeglass Recycling


Terminal (ALERT) and the Lions Foundation of Arizona (LFA).


Through Lions Clubs


International, our donations supported disaster relief, and Leader Dogs for the Blind. Our primary fundraiser is


our Fly the Flag Program which distributes the American flag to nearly 1800 homes in the Sun Lakes community on the six major holidays each year. We also host a casino night in January where the proceeds are dedicated to support Lions Camp Tatiyee. Our tenth annual Casino Night will be held at the Sun Lakes Country Club on Saturday night,


January 25,


2014. Lions Clubs International is a


service organization formed in 1917 with the motto “We Serve”. Lions are men and women who have a strong desire to serve their community while enjoying good fellowship. The Sun Lakes Lions meet on the first and third Thursdays of each month in the Arizona Room of Sun Lakes Country Club at 7 p.m. We welcome new members.


If


you would like to learn more about us or our programs, contact Membership Chair, Forrest Kohler at 802-4123 or President, Forrest Cheuvront at 236-2224. 


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