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Meet the author at Robson Library


Caring for the Sun Lakes Community where the elderly are treated with respect and have the opportunity to live fulfilled lives.


Come meet author Patricia Bracewell at the Robson Library on October 31.


The Robson Library in Sun Lakes will


host an exciting event with a new author whose book, Shadow On the Crown, was described by the London Daily Mail as “magnifi cent.” Meet


Patricia Bracewell at Robson


Library, 9330 E. Riggs Rd., Sun Lakes, on October 31, from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Books will be available for purchase for Ms. Bracewell to sign. If you already have purchased the book, please bring it along for signing. Beverages will be available courtesy of


Friends of the Library who are sponsoring this event. For further information you may call Linda Goth at 480-353-1394. 


Camera Club to offer holiday portrait sessions


In an effort to give back to the Sun Lakes


community, the Sun Lakes Camera Club will be holding two holiday portrait sessions for residents of Sun Lakes. They will be held in the Mirror Room of


Sun Lakes Country Club on Sunday, October 27, and again on Sunday, November 10 from noon-6:00 p.m. The three studio setups will


and a general theme. The cost will be $5 for a CD of the session, capable of being reproduced at a store of your choice (e.g., Costco, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, etc.) and/ or $5 for an 8”x10” glossy or matte print and four 4”x6” glossy prints, which can be picked up at the Sun Lakes Country Club Clubhouse the following Saturday. All are welcome to participate. It is


the Camera Club’s way of saying Happy Holidays. Reserve your time slot now at the Administrative Services desk. For further information contact Sun


Lakes Camera Club President Fred Giese at 480-220-4394. 


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At Neighbors Who Care, community volunteers help the elderly live at home for as long as feasible with pride, dignity, and independence. Our services include transportation, shopping, errands, dinner delivery, reassurance phone calls, minor repairs, friendly visiting, business assistance and additional support needs.


Sun Lakes Disposal is generously donating revenue generated from its curbside recycling collection to Neighbors Who Care. If you are a client of Sun Lakes Disposal, your recycling efforts are hard at work to help your community in two ways: by keeping tons of refuse from being dumped into our overfl owing landfi lls, and by helping Neighbors Who Care to aid our homebound and disabled community members. Neighbors Who Care is proud to have Sun Lakes Disposal as a partner in our effort to make Sun Lakes a better place to live.


For more information about Neighbors Who Care and the services we provide, or to consider volunteering in your neighborhood, please visit: www.NeighborsWhoCare.com or call 480.895.7133.


If you are looking for a residential garbage service provider, please consider Sun Lakes Disposal.


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