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October 2013 | SUN LAKES SPLASH | www.sunlakessplash.com Lions welcome new members


CLUBS AND CLASSES 59 Agave Quilters resume meetings


Sue Jordan The Agave Quilters held its fi rst


meeting of the year under the leadership of the following offi cers: Co-Presidents Kathie Neffenger and Martha Powell; Vice-President Bonnie Lewis; Secretary Pat Boles and Treasurer Diane Larson. The featured speaker at the September meeting was Sun Lakes resident Penny Sturgis. She designs practical and functional tote bags and gave us an interesting talk about how she got started in her career. The usual ever popular “Show and Tell” was given by the members who had completed projects over the summer. Representatives from the guild will


Katie Moon


The Sun Lakes Lions Club has three new members since July 1, 2013. They are Dan Hosman, Patty Lombardo and Katie Moon. Are there other potential Lions in the neighborhood? Would you like to be a member of the world’s largest service organization? The Lions do that with eye screening across the world saving the sight of 15 million children, providing pediatric eye care to over 120 million children and providing 147 million treatments for River Blindness in third world countries. These are just a few services that (LCIF) Lions Clubs International Foundation has done. Join the Sun Lakes Lions Club and


learn more by being part of the Lions. Call Forrest Kohler at 480-802-4123 or Forrest Cheuvront at 480-236-2224 for information on how you can be a Lion. 


Don Hosman


October non-impact aerobics schedule


Gail Mongiello Non Impact Aerobics (NIA) is a cardiovascular movement practice that


is welcome! is


based on the science of the body. Done to inspiring music, this class is for all ages and fi tness capabilities. There is no jumping or jarring of the joints! We work within your comfort level and the


movements will burn calories, reduce body fat, create strength and promote balance, fl exibility, endurance and good posture. In class, students have commented, “It feels so good to move my body again,” “I have more energy after my NIA class,” and “I am so glad to have an opportunity to enjoy my fi tness class and not hurt afterwards.” Readers Digest magazine says “NIA is


an imaginative blend of dance arts, healing arts and martial arts that even those with no experience can join in and follow from the start.”


No prior training is necessary! Everyone Experience


movement! Here is our NIA schedule: Mondays from 11:00 a.m.-noon and


Thursdays from 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cottonwood CC Dance Room A-6 Mondays from 3:30-4:30 p.m. IronOaks Fitness Center (open to all; pay


at front desk). Thursdays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Springfi eld community (open to all; tell


them at front gate you are there for NIA class). Drop in anytime! All classes are $5 each!


Wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat. If you have any questions call Gail


Mongiello, your certifi ed NIA instructor, at 480-220-1430; energygail3@gmail.com. Gail is a full-time Sun Lakes resident. Come join us year round! “Through Movement We Find Health.” 


the benefi ts of Patty Lombardo


be at the Homeowner Associations’ Activities Open Houses which commence on Saturday, October 5. Check with your homeowner’s calendar for the date of your Association’s Open House, but feel free to attend any of the three events at any of the clubhouses. At present there are 195 members in


the Guild. The monthly meetings will continue to be held at


the Oakwood


Ballroom on the fi rst Wednesday of the month with the exception of November,


January and March. A combined meeting with the Sew n’ Sews will be held on November 13 (second Wednesday) at the Methodist Church next to the Robson Library on Riggs Road. The speaker for this meeting will be Cindy Needham, of Superior Threads. Since the fi rst Wednesday of January is New Years Day, the meeting will be moved to the following Wednesday, January 8. This meeting will feature quilt artist Rob Appell of Morro Bay, California. The March meeting will be in the Navajo Room of Sun Lakes Country Club and features the annual pot- luck luncheon. For membership information contact


Penny Peters at 802-9837 or come as a guest to the next meeting. On October 2, the meeting will feature Heidi Pridemore of Whimsical Workshop. Under


capable leadership of


the


board and the committee chairmen, this promises to be an exciting year for the Agave Quilters. The annual Quilt Show at the Sun Lakes Country Club on the last Saturday in March 2014,


is on the


calendar and we are looking forward to seeing you there.


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