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September Rotarian of the Month


Colette McNally Don Prestin is the well deserved choice


for this month’s top Rotarian. Don joined Sun Lakes Rotary in 2007 and has been one of our worker bees since the moment he joined. He serves the club as treasurer and helps out on every project that the club runs. For several years he handled the meeting attendance keeping accurate records that help refl ect the outstanding attendance of our members and brings great credit to our club. For the past two years he has been the treasurer of one of our principal fundraisers, our popular pancake breakfast, and will continue to do so for upcoming November event. He is also a faithful Splash deliverer, another important fundraiser which allows us to donate thousands each year to support our local service organizations, teachers and other needy causes. He represents the heart of Rotary which is Service Above Self. In his other life Don was an airline pilot


with United Airlines for 37+ years. Don is married to Janet and they have twin daughters. In his past life of service he has been Chairman for Healdsburg Airport Commission and Commissioner of EAA for six years, serving as its president for two years, treasurer for six years.


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September Rotarian of the Month Don Prestin.


Thank you Don, for your constant and


cheerful service to Rotary. For more information about joining


Rotary contact Charles Loew, Membership Chair, at 602-721-3680. 


Jewish War Veterans news State Post 619,


Art Sloane Copper


Jewish War


Veterans will be meeting at 9:30 a.m. on October 20, in the Mirror Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club. This month’s speaker will be Steve Weintraub, a Marine Colonel in the Reserves who is now employed by the Arizona Dept of Veterans Services. Two WWII members of the Post, Lester Meritt and Sam Fierstein, visited the WWII Memorial in Washington D.C. on an Honor Flight


last month which brings the post’s


total to four WWII veterans that have visited the memorial. Recently, many members of the post


have been active in helping homeless veterans and will be raising funds again on Veteran’s Day weekend. Also, some members of the post will work as ushers at the state Fair to raise funds for the Arizona StandDown for homeless veterans. This post


is open to all


interested


parties, no matter what religion or race. For information on this very active post call Sid Reiff at 480-339-0378. Since the meeting starts with a brunch,


reservations are needed. Call Myra Buckner at 480-305-0533 for a reservation. Art Sloane may be contacted at 480-802-6810 or artgbeard@aol.com. 


Restless Minds Group will discuss the nature of death


Bill Gates What happens when you die? The Restless


Minds discussion group will explore that and related questions when it meets Tuesday, October 8. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Oakwood Arts & Crafts Center’s Sewing Room. Restless Minds is open to all people with inquisitive, open minds. There are no dues or sign-up requirements. Just show up and participate in the discussion. Discussion leader Bill Santos wants the group to explore the nature of death and


our knowledge of it. Among the questions he will raise are: What does it mean to be dead? Is it possible to survive death? What, if anything, is so bad about dying? Is the end of


life a mystery? In addition, he will ask


the group to discuss whether killing is ever permissible. The Restless Minds group meets


on the second Tuesday of each month from September through May. For more information contact Bobbie Reed or Bill Gates at 480-883-7410. 


Line Dancing with Judee


Judee Curtis The fi rst blessing (a/k/a reward) that


comes to mind after teaching line dancing for many years is meeting some of the nicest people with very interesting lives and memories. These people are usually my age but what a reality check when one gives a birth date; i.e., born the same year I graduated from high school and want to learn line dancing. You have not missed out if you were


unable to join us September 2, as this activity is ongoing. New dances are always taught, steps and patterns are always reviewed and the pace of teaching is customized to the dancers on the fl oor. The class, if you are just starting, is called Ultra Basics on Mondays,


from 1:00-3:00


p.m., cost is $3, in the SunBird Golf Resort just east of Sun Lakes. If you are reading this article and don’t live in Sun Lakes, you are welcome to join. To sign up you must call Judee, full-time SunBird resident at 480- 802-0201 after 10:00 a.m. This class is a prerequisite to the Basics class at 11:00 a.m. Both classes are given the gift of a Free


Steps and Pattern Class scheduled on Wednesdays, once a month throughout the year. This gift is for those who have signed up for line dance classes. We dance through June 2014. If you love to dance, need a new activity,


want to exercise both mind and body, have fun and want to escape this crazy world, call today. You’ll wonder why you haven’t called sooner. 


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