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


Aero Club announces first three speakers for the season


The Sun Lakes Aero Club sponsors monthly presentations on aviation topics ranging from World War II fighters and bombers to general aviation topics featuring aircraft like the Grumman AA-1B shown.


Gary Vacin The Sun Lakes Aero Club (SLAC) has


announced its slate of speakers for the fi rst three programs of the coming year. The session on November 18 will feature


a presentation by Sun Lakes resident and SLAC member Len Estrin, who will discuss his experiences as a belly gunner on a B-17 bomber during World War II. Mo Sheldon, who operates the Arizona


Flying Circus, will talk about fl ying paragliders and ultra light aircraft during the program on December 16. The speaker on January 20 will be


retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Carl Schneider, a pilot who trained at Williams Air Force Base (now Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport) and fl ew more than 100 missions in Korea


and Vietnam. Splash articles will provide additional information on each


program in


coming months. The club is negotiating with the


Tuskegee Airmen Phoenix Chapter for a presentation by one of its pilots at a future meeting. Now in its 17th year, SLAC sponsors


programs the third Monday of each month November through April at the Sun Lakes Country Club. The programs are open to all Sun Lakes residents and others interested in aviation. More information on the club is


available from Bob Walch at 895-8869 or Gary Vacin at 298-7017, or at the club’s website, www.sunlakesaeroclub.org. 


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many years. These persons are selected from nominations from all over the State of Arizona by a committee of members of the Arizona Unifi ed Veterans. This group is composed of representatives of about 50 veterans’ organizations in Arizona that meet 10 times a year to work on matters of interest to all veterans in the state. From these group meetings state wide legislation is arrived at and brought to the attention of our legislators. In addition, sub groups are formed to arrange for many functions such as the December 7,


observances at Wesley Bolin Plaza, Memorial Day services at the National Cemetery and other veteran functions such as the Copper Shield Award, Copper Sword Award and the new Arizona Award. If you would like to attend either function


on October 24, or October 25, go to www. azuav.org or call Bob Madden at 602-999- 5992 for costs and send to P.0. Box 34338, Phoenix, AZ 85067. Art Sloane may be contacted at 480-802- 6810 or artgbeard@aol.com. 


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We’ve made all the arrangements now and the tickets are on sale now. The show date is set for Friday, March 22, 2014, in the San Tan Ballroom starting with a no-host bar at 6:00 p.m.; the show follows at 7:00 p.m. Tickets will still be only $20. Make sure you pick up a fl yer for more info. Impersonators Show “The Divas” As always, D&K Productions put on


another really good show this year. On Friday, March 14, 2014, you’ll enjoy Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross and Donna Summer in the San Tan Ballroom. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. show. Tickets are only $20. Premier Jewelers (formerly known as


Amadom) Trade in your old, broken or unwanted


jewelry for cash in Cottonwood’s Phoenix Room (A-9) from 10:00 a.m.–4:00 pm. No appointment needed. Saturdays: October 19, November 16 and December 21. Free Skin Cancer Screening Dr. Joseph Allgeier of Radiant


Complexions Dermatology Clinic will be conducting a free skin cancer screening in Cottonwood’s Phoenix Room (A-9) from 8:00 a.m.–noon. All Sun Lakers are invited. No appointment needed. The doctor will see you on a fi rst come basis. Wednesdays: October 2, November 6,


December 4 Free Exercise Equipment Classes Personal Trainer Deryk Garmanian and


his assistant/homeowner Brenda Waara will be instructing, at no cost, a weight room and equipment orientation class at the Ladies Fitness Center for both men & women (at this time) on the following Wednesdays:


October 16, November 20 and December 18. Please sign up at Homeowner Services. Annual Christmas Golf Cart Parade


and Show Mark your calendars now for Friday, for a free night fi lled with


December 6,


holiday cheer and fun! All Sun Lakers, their families and guests are invited. It’s Cottonwood and Palo Verde’s Christmas gift to our community. Festivities start at 5:00 p.m. at Palo Verde with free hot turkey soup and drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Claus will be on hand with all their helpers, including the judges for the decorated golf cart parade. At 6:15 p.m., our excellent Sun Lakes Sheriff’s Department will


escort us all over to


Cottonwood to the San Tan Ballroom where you’ll receive hot coffee, cocoa, apple cider and cookies. The Christmas show will begin at 7:00 p.m. Don’t forget your cameras! Upcoming Traveling Tours through


Free Spirit To book any of these trips call Free Spirit


Vacations at 480-926-5547. Please remind them that you are a Cottonwood Palo Verde Homeowner. October 1 - South of France River Cruise October 8-11 - Albuquerque Balloon


Fiesta October 17–20 - Discover Navajo October 15–16 - Northern Arizona


Fall Foliage (Sedona, Flagstaff and Grand Canyon) November 12–14 - Southern California


(libraries, gardens and museums) November 19–21 - Laughlin three


-days (roll back prices) December 2–6 - San Antonio Christmas


on the Riverwalk.  the


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