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Medicare 2014 Open Enrollment for Health and Drug Plans


Vivian Berman Are you confused? Dedicated volunteer


counselors, specially trained by the Arizona Area Agency’s Benefi ts Assistance Program, are available to help you understand the changes coming.


Medicare Open


Enrollment October 15-December 7, 2013 is the time for changing, enrolling/ disenrolling in Medicare prescription drug plans and health plans for 2014. Volunteer counselors also provide personalized


objective assistance to


seniors and the disabled. Services available include: Medicare - Information concerning


Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO’s), Medicare


Supplement Plans


(Medigap) and Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans available in Arizona. Help with enrollments, appeals,


assistance with insurance paperwork and resolving problems. Basic information about applying for Social Security, Medicare, Medicare cost-


EVENTS _________ - continued from page 10


October 26 – IronOaks annual Pet


Parade at 9:00 a.m. at Diamond Lake in Oakwood All walkers, two and four legged, are


welcome! Join us for an enjoyable time, prizes, vendors and coupons! Look for fl yers for additional information and directions. October 28-November 2 – Health and


Wellness Week Speakers and presentations throughout


the week. Look for times and dates of speakers and presentations for sign up. October 30 – Peter Funt with Candid


Camera “Six Decades of Smiles” Showtime is at 7:00 p.m. in the Oakwood


Ballroom. Tickets are $10 and are available at the Oakwood Clubhouse. Peter Funt’s latest keynote gives audiences of all kinds an entertaining peek at the clips and quips from six decades of people-watching. Using the vast Candid Camera library, Peter brings to life all the favorites from Allen Funt’s day right up to the present. November 1 – Health and Wellness


Expo in the Oakwood Ballroom Expert vendors will have tables displayed


throughout the room with information on various topics pertaining to health and wellness. Look for fl yers with times and additional information. November 2 – IronOaks Community


Garage Sale Hours are 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.


Homeowners can display goods in their driveway or garage. A list of participants will be available at the Oakwood Clubhouse few days prior to the garage sale, and available at the gates on that Saturday. November 6 - IronOaks on Stage


presents The Alley Cats Appearing in the Oakwood Ballroom at


7:00 p.m. Assigned, theatre style seating. Tickets on sale at the Oakwood Clubhouse with prices of $22, $20 and $18. Doo Wop was never this fun! The Alley Cats bring the same level of contagious and uplifting energy to every show. Having entertained audiences for over 20 years, it’s no wonder they have earned the title of America’s Premier Doo Wop Group; www. thealleycats.com. November 11 – Veteran’s Day Luau Entertainment on the patio overlooking


the lake at Sunsets by Tia’s Royal Islanders. Look for additional information, including menu and price of tickets. 


A+ RATING


Family Owned & Operated * All Work Guaranteed We Welcome Your Questions * We Honor Most New & Used Car Extended Warranties


9716 E. Riggs Road 480.895.0881


WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS!


WE EMPLOY CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS AND USE TOP QUALITY PARTS WHICH IS IMPORTANT TO YOU AND YOUR VEHICLE!


Free Oil Change


with any windshield replacement!


Auto Glass Repair & Replacement! $19.95


We accept all major Insurance


*Highest quality resin. Trained techs. No Appointment. Price reflects repair. Some windshield cracks can not be repaired. Attempting to repair can expand existing crack. Some will remain visible after completion.


Courtesy Shuttle! FREE


Open Mon-Fri @ 7am Open Sat @ 7:30am Closed Sunday


BRAKES $89.95


STANDARD As Low As


LIFETIME WARRANTY* PREMIUM


As Low As $139.95 *See Store Manager for Details $100OFF*


COOLING SYSTEM RADIATOR & ENGINE


FLUSH


* Flush engine & radiator


* Add Coolant * Check hoses,


$89.95


belts & cooling system MOST CARS & LIGHT TRUCKS Add $4 EPA waste disposal fee


+ New brake pads or rear shoes + Inspect master cylinder & brake hoses + Resurface rotors or rear drums + Repack front wheel bearings + Road test the vehicle


(Except sealed units) Most Cars & Light Trucks


We Thank You for Your Business and Proudly Extend this Offer Major


FREE 49 Point Vehicle Inspection Includes:


* Check all Fluids * Check Air Pressure * Check Battery * Check Brakes * Check Cooling System


YOUR ALTERNATIVE TO THE DEALERSHIP! Service Includes:


A/C SERVICE $24.95


Service Includes: Plus Freon Most Cars & Light Trucks To fully charge the system, some


vehicles may require an evacuation & recharge of the entire system at an additional cost. Parts extra.


+ Inspection of system + Electronically test for leaks + Installation of freon + Adjust belts & hose connections when applicable


FULL SERVICE TRANSMISSION REPAIR ENGINE DIAGNOSIS FREE!


Transmission Repairs


We provide Full Service Transmission & Clutch Repair All Repairs & Overhauls are done by our Trained Professionals


*See Store Manager for Details


WE WILL SCAN YOUR ON-BOARD COMPUTER FOR DIAGNOSTIC CODES FREE OF CHARGE!


Symptoms: No Power, Engine Light, Failed Emissions, Misfires. All Runability Problems


*See Store Manager for Details


OIL CHANGE * LUBE * FILTER Includes TIRE ROTATION $17.95*


Help Save Lives


St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® 800-822-6344 • www.stjude.org


A CFC participant - provided as a public service.


When our Certified technicians change your oil, they inspect your vehicle and let you know if it needs attention. Take the extra time and prevent major expenses due to lack of maintenance. Includes 5w-30 up to 5 qts. and Free Vehicle Inspection. Please add EPA Waste Disposal Fee. Please call for an appointment.


*Most cars & light trucks


Ask About Buy 6 get 1 FREE!


Dave McCombs Store Manager


Over 35 Yrs. Exp.


Chip Repair


Covered by Most Insurance Companies Complete Auto Repair


sharing programs, SSI, AHCCCS and ALTCS. Basic information about Long Term Care


insurance. These volunteers are available to assist


you on Fridays from 9:00 a.m.-noon in the Sun Lakes United Methodist Church Education Building, Room No. 3. The church is located at 9248 E. Riggs Road, just west of the Sun Lakes Robson Library. The Education Building is at the back (north end) of the church grounds. Entry into the building is from the north. No appointment is necessary. Drop by every Friday from 9:00 a.m.-noon. For more information or to become a


volunteer counselor please call 602-264- 2255. 


GENERALS 29


Health and Wellness Program hosts a seminar on Parkinsons


On Wednesday, October 30, from


10:00 a.m. - noon, a free Parkinsons Disease seminar series lasting four weeks will begin. Each Wednesday session will be two hours long and will be held in Room 1 of the Education Building at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E. Riggs Road, Sun Lakes. If you or a loved one has Parkinsons


Disease or if you are a health or senior care provider, this seminar will be of great interest to you. You will learn the ins and outs of basic neurology and what happens in the brain of someone with Parkinsons. Instructors will explain how medicines and surgery works for some


people and how to get the most out of your doctor visits. The instructors will touch upon healthy nutrition for your brain and the true value of exercise, as well as lots of other tips and helpful suggestions. The classes will be held on October 30, November 6, November 13, and November 20. You do need to register by calling


1-877-602-4111 - a Barrow resource link. Parkinsons Disease-101 is sponsored by the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at Barrow Neurological


Institute/St Joseph’s


Hospital and Medical Center. You will receive education materials free of charge. Don’t forget to register!


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