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Country Variety Show to celebrate 10th anniversary


Norm Littrell Mark your calendars now for Wednesday,


November 20-Thursday, November 21! Well, who’s really counting? Actually, it’s


our 11th, but no one celebrates 11 so we’re calling it our 10th Country Variety Show. Remember the old dogs? Well, they are


coming out of the dog house one more time to open the show. They will bring their girls with them too. When I considered (me, being Norm


Littrell) the idea of putting on a variety show, I had no idea how to accomplish such a feat. Well, I found Michael Leddy over at Sun Lakes. Now, here was a guy who could do it all. Michael Leddy became our director, star


and cast our fi rst three variety shows. They were the Ronald McDonald variety shows and one was for cancer and the proceeds went for these causes. The shows since have transitioned into more country, including Heehaw, etc., and we have moved the monies to local charities with most going to the Ballroom or the golf course for various projects. I’m proud to say our show is part backer of the stage project, speaker project, control room project, fountain on the golf course and many other golf course projects.


Michael’s back! Yep! Michael has


graciously accepted my invitation to direct a portion of our show. It’s going to be like old times. Katy bar the door. Here comes Michael, doing it his way. My only regret is I can only allow him 35 minutes. Michael plans to have most of his original cast back, along with those performers who have been performing since. I don’t have a list of all these performers at press time, but hope to have a picture for November’s issue. Oh, did I mention that’s only part of


the fi rst half of the show as Michael fades out? The Mood Swings II swing right in and Maddy Paschal, Ron Butler and friends Jesse Washington and Mary Poindexter will sing you right out of the fi rst half of the show. That’s right folks, that’s just the fi rst half! It’s live – it’s the Los Gringo Band. That’s


right folks, now we’re ready for the second half of this 10th anniversary show and here to kick it off is Gene Zimmerley, lead vocalist with the Los Gringo Band; country singer Rusty Walker has been in our shows since the beginning; and bass player Larry Wroblewski and drummer Steve Loers will be performing. The Chi-Chis will be featured with Patti Anderson, Becki Sargeant, Debbi


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


Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, October 26th at SLCC


Come enjoy a delicious spaghetti dinner sponsored by the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club on October 26.


Come one; come all to the Sun Lakes


Breakfast Lions Club Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, October 26th, at the Sun Lakes Country Club Arizona Room. The menu


will include spaghetti with meatballs, salad, breadsticks, a non-alcoholic drink and dessert. The cash bar will be open for alcoholic drinks. All of this and good fellowship for $10 advance or $11 at the door. We will be serving our complete spaghetti dinner from 4:00-7:30 p.m. The Sun Lakes Camera Club has donated


over 20 photo images, of which many have received awards in ACCC State Competition, to our Silent Auction. Make sure you check this out! There are a lot of great photos to bid on. The Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions Club wishes to thank the Sun Lakes Camera Club for their contribution to make this year’s spaghetti dinner a success. There will be a Quilt of Valor raffl e,


door prizes, 50/50 raffl e and a Silent Auction (many items including two fl ag subscriptions). Please help the Sun Lakes Breakfast Lions


Club benefi t our community, as all profi ts from the evening will be donated to local and Lions charities including, but not limited to, Neighbors Who Care, AZ Blankets 4 Kids, Community Assistance Program, Large Print Books, Vets StandDown and Child Spree. Many other organizations and individual needs are assessed on a case-by- case basis. Thanksgiving is just around the corner


and we will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Chandler Food Bank. Look in your pantry and bring us a non- perishable food item. Help our vets with your used or new


jeans. Bring your jeans to be donated to the AZ Vets StandDown. A free door prize ticket will be given for any charitable donation. Welcome your friends and neighbors


who are back with us after the summer. Join us for an evening of fun and good food. Tickets are available from any Sun Lakes


Breakfast Lions Club member or the Sun Lakes Country Club Resource Center. For more information call 480-242-4356 or e-mail us at


sunlakesbreakfastlionsclub@ hotmail.com. 


Party on the Range!


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Come join the fun on Sunday, October for “Party On The Range” from 2:00-


6:00 p.m. Come out for drinks, food and raffl es (outside)! No cover charge! Hot dogs will be $2, burgers $3, smoked pork $3; draft beer $1, well drinks $3 and wine $3 (drink tickets only for the outside except Coors draft). Entertainment by DJ Barry at Sandy’s


Place, at The Sun Lakes Pro Shop (outside), 25425 N. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes Arizona 85248. If you have any questions contact Jack


Mcnulty at 480-895-9270 ext. 131. This event is open to all Sun Lakes homeowners and guests! 


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