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Sun Lakes Republican Club to meet October 8

The Sun Lakes Republican Club will

feature “Sharing the Blessings of Liberty,” including a living history presentation with “Abigail Adams,” at its regular meeting on Tuesday, October 8, at 6:30 p.m.

in the

Arizona Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 S. Sun Lakes Blvd., Sun Lakes, AZ 85248. The public is invited. You are in for a special treat this month at

the Sun Lakes Republican Club! Come and meet Abigail Adams, one of our founding mothers! Dressing in costume as Abigail Adams, Sarah Crawford, a mother of four teenagers, has been teaching fi fth grade students in the Gilbert public schools about the U.S. Constitution. As a part of Sarah’s presentation, you will learn about Abigail’s role in the founding of our country and the exceptional nature of our U.S. Constitution and how it was written and ratifi ed. Sarah has been a part of U.S. Constitution Week in Gilbert for many years and has been portraying Abigail Adams for nine years. The next speaker on our October

program is Sandi Reid, Education Coordinator for a new statewide organization known as “Constitution in the Classroom.” She is responsible for training and preparing volunteers to go

into the schools and teach the Constitution to the students, so they may become knowledgeable about their country’s founding document. Sandi recently retired from teaching

American History at Heritage Academy in Mesa. Several years ago, she was commissioned by the National Center for Constitutional Studies to write an American history textbook that would restore the truth about the founding of our country from the Founders’ perspective. The book, America, Land of Principles and Promises, (published October 2011) was promptly sold out and is now being prepared for its second printing. Laddie Shane and Mark Naufel, with the

Arizona Republican State Committee, will offer a lively presentation on communicating the blessings of liberty to our friends and neighbors. You will love their engaging power point presentation, complete with video “man on the street” examples. Arizona State Representative Tom

Forese (LD 17) will provide an important recap on Arizona legislation passed during the past session. For more information visit our web site

at or contact Mike Tennant at 480-802-0178. | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013 The Women’s Exchange Club

Sherrian Beagle Great guest speakers, salads and exploring

possibilities! The Women’s Exchange Club (WE) is for women who want to have fun, food, friendships, and community involvement. Looking to connect with other women? Looking for new friends? Looking to learn new things? You’ve been looking for us! WE is women connecting with women on the last Thursday of every month. This month the topic will be 10 Tips

to Freshen up Your Home for fall! Sherry Drolet, professional

organizer and home

staging stylist of Totally Transformed, will be sharing with us on the topic of refreshing your home for the fall. Sherry says you can totally transform your home with a little organization and a little fun shopping. She will share 10 timeless tips on decorating and accessorizing any room in your house without buying new furniture. Sherry provides valuable information on fi nding inspiration, creating texture and adding color drama to any space. Sherry has been featured in the Arizona Republic, is a member of National Association of Professional Organizers and was the NAPO President 2008-2010. She is a NAPO Golden Circle Member and a 2010 NAPO-Arizona Founders Award Recipient. There will be a drawing for a free home consultation from Totally Transformed. Also, please bring new women’s socks to

donate for our holiday gift bags for homeless women at the Tucson Gospel and Rescue Mission. See you at the Women’s Exchange! When: Thursday, October 31 (yes, we

know it’s Halloween) Time: 6:30 p.m. pot luck eat and greet;

7:00 p.m. WE meeting and speaker Where: Cottonwood Country Club,

25630 S. Brentwood Drive, Sun Lakes, 85248 Room A-8 (turn south from Riggs and EJ Robson into Cottonwood Country Club.

Teri Tinney, WE member, is accessorized

by Jennie Tighe, Image Designer from the Chandler Mall Chico’s shop at the August WE Meeting. There is always fun, laughter, food

and great speakers at the Women’s Exchange Meeting. The group meets on the last Thursday of every month in the Cottonwood classroom A-8. The Women’s Exchange is collecting socks and small cosmetic bags to include in holiday bags prepared for homeless women. You are invited to come and make some new friends this month!

Find the big fl ag pole in the parking lot off of EJ Robson and walk down the breezeway; A-8 is on your left in the square). Cost: $10 per person OR $5 if you bring

an appetizer or dessert dish to share; money collected is donated to community causes. RSVP to Sherrian Beagle at 480-895- 1538; email 

Sun Lakes Roadrunners gear up for 2013/2014 season

Jan Skibo, Secretary The fi rst meeting of the new season will

be held in the Navajo Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club at 6:30 p.m. on October 8. Members are beginning to return from their summer adventures and are looking forward to the upcoming season of meetings, rallies and get togethers. If you own a recreational vehicle that you

are not using as much as you would like, we can help! The Sun Lakes Roadrunners RV Club was formed to hold meetings, RV rallies and generally promote camaraderie of the members. Our meetings provide the opportunity to socialize, learn about and sign up for upcoming rallies and share ideas about

motor-homing. In May, our exit rally was to Williams, Arizona. Five rigs gathered at

the Grand

Canyon Railway RV Resort and hopped on the Grand Canyon Railway to see the magnifi cent Grand Canyon. The train ride was half the fun as we were entertained the entire trip to the Canyon. We also drove through Bearazona where we were able to see not only bears, but white buffalo, wolves and big horn sheep. A side trip to the Planes of Fame Air Museum and golf at Elephant Rocks rounded out the trip. In November a rally is planned for Fort

McDowell. Join us at the meeting and see what else is up. 

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