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26 GENERALS


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


meeting will


The next monthly Unit 19 HOA be


on


Unit 19 Townhomes held


Thursday,


October 17, in the Phoenix Room at 6:00 p.m. All Unit 19 townhome owners are welcome and encouraged to attend. If you have any questions regarding this meeting please call Gene Nesselhauf


at 480-926-7090. Also, we are looking for new


committee members; if you are interested please call Phyllis Stephens at 303-917- 4532.


Don’t forget to visit the Unit 19 website at www.slunit19hoa.info. 


Unit 37 Villas


Annette Carrington Important: Notice of change in our Board: Please note this is the current list of our acting board members: Karine Williams - President 480-802-7298 David Dunn - Vice President 480-883-6772 Delores Whitlock - Treasurer* 480-802-4709 Judy Carlon - Secretary** 480-895-1178 Glenn Berggren - Member at Large 480-883-6642 *Change in position **New member Maintenance Manager: David Jacobsen 480-688-2532 Accountant: Heather Rodgriguez 480-535-9756 Ext. 103 Many thanks to Darrel Brack for his years of service handling the offi ce of treasurer.


— UNIT 37 cont. on page 31


Be a part of someone’s story


Eric Ehst, Executive Director Neighbors Who Care Much of the world looks on senior


citizens, especially those over 85, as gray-haired old coots who are unable to care for themselves and who do not contribute much to our society. Americans don’t generally subscribe to the oriental philosophy that reveres the elderly as valuable sources of wisdom, knowledge and experience. But new research suggests that the explosion of creativity that allowed humans to form complex cultures, populate the world and build the society we know today began more than 30,000 years ago when a signifi cant percentage of the population fi rst lived long enough (over 30) to impart their wisdom and knowledge to succeeding generations. At Neighbors Who Care, our volunteers help over 600 of your neighbors who, though still full of life, love, and hope, are unable to do all of the little things necessary to remain independent; and every one of them has an amazing story to tell. They’ve fought


wars, survived the Holocaust, built business empires, climbed mountains, endured the dust bowl, led dance bands, saved starving children, and traveled the world. You name it, they’ve done it. Although you can’t tell it from looking at them, there isn’t a dull life in the bunch. Our volunteers constantly come back from taking a homebound client for a simple drive to the doctor’s offi ce or from a friendly visit amazed at the stories they’ve heard and exhilarated by the conversation they just had; and now they, and their kindness, are a part of that person’s story forever. Unfortunately, we


are getting more


neighbors in need of help and they are getting older, frailer and needing assistance more often. Soon the number of clients and their stories will


outnumber the


available volunteers. Now, it is a very rare occasion when we must tell a homebound community member


that we have no


one available to take them to that critical dialysis appointment. Do you know how excruciating it


is to have to tell that to


someone who relies on you? Without your help, that painful conversation may become a regular occurrence. Please consider volunteering with


Neighbors Who Care. We have no minimum time commitment, a wide variety of tasks any of you can perform and we offer the heartfelt gratitude of those who rely on us to help do the little things they can no longer do for themselves. You can not only hear the amazing stories, you can become a part of them. On October 26, NWC is hosting a big


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Welcome Back Party from 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. at our offi ce (Riggs Rd and Alma School). We’ll have food, entertainment, games and fun. All are welcome; October 26, is national Make a Difference Day. We think that’s an appropriate day to party because, at Neighbors Who Care, we make a difference every day. If you would like to help your neighbors


and become part of someone’s story, contact us at 480-895-7133; www. neighborswhocare.com. 


Shop til You Drop Vendor Fair Nov. 14


Susan Reynhout, Publicity Chairman Mark your calendars so you won’t


miss this exciting event! The Women’s Connection’s fourth Vendor Fair and Brunch will


be held on Thursday,


November 14 at the Oakwood Clubhouse. Doors will open at 8:00 a.m. for a morning of shopping and brunch. Plan to bring your friends for a perfect girlfriend time. This is a great time to do some holiday shopping or fi nd something to pamper you. Vendors representing a large variety of products will be on hand just for you. They include clothing boutiques, accessories of all kinds, beauty and health products, jewelry, home décor, artists and many more. If you are interested in being a vendor or


would like more information please contact Sue Reynhout at 480-883-6695. 


976 W Chandler Blvd Chandler, AZ 85225


480-855-6287 • 866-855-5595 5-Star Superior Rated Bank A Bauer Financial


www.westernbanks.com See bank for more details. Member FDIC.


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