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P.E.O. plans Christmas luncheon for December 7


CLUBS AND CLASSES 63 Fun in the “bored” room When you go to a board meeting at


Sun Lakes Country Club, you will notice some new paintings on the walls to put a smile on your face. “The board room needed some new


life. There were a couple of faded, old prints on the walls,” observed artist Susan Plouzek. So a few months ago she hung several of her newer acrylic paintings to brighten up the room. “I often see ordinary events with a sense of humor. So I couldn’t resist painting people having fun.” Most of the paintings depict people


around the pool, but a golfer and billiard player can be found. Don’t be fooled by the sweet little old lady playing poker. She’s hiding something under her collar! The favorite, though, seems to be an ostrich by the name of “Nutty.” They are on a “permanent loan” to


the Sun Lakes Country Club. Go see them in the Friendship Room just behind the reception desk. By the way, any resemblance of people you know to the people or animals in the paintings are strictly coincidental!


Sandy Waldron, Eleanor Woodman, Judy Laughlin, Gayle Alvar, Shirl McChesney, Beth Fleming and Dee Blomseth, Officers of Chapter EN, who are in charge of the annual P.E.O. Christmas Luncheon.


Sandra Waldron Looking forward, the annual Christmas be


luncheon will held on Saturday,


December 7, at the Oakwood Country Club. P.E.O. officers of Sun Lakes Chapter EN and the luncheon committee are planning the festivities and program of a musical history of Christmas carols and songs.


It will be narrated by a Chapter


EN member with 16 year old Jacob Ziskin playing the carols and songs on


the piano. He has been playing for eight years and participates in and has nearly completed the high school ASU Piano Study program. All Sun Lakes Chapters, groups,


unaffiliates and visiting P.E.O. members are invited to save the date and plan to attend this musical Christmas event. The cost will be $21;


for more information


call Sandy Waldron at 480-883-0853 or Pam Earnhardt at 602-691-9914. 


Phenomenal lineup of speakers for Rotary Breakfasts in October


Norm Noble Steve Belles, head football coach at


Hamilton High School, will speak on Tuesday, October 1. If you like football and would like to know more about why Hamilton High School is so successful, you really should make it a point to attend this meeting. Belles played on the St. Mary’s State


Championship team in 1984 and was chosen State Player of the Year. He went on to Notre Dame (1985-1990) where he received degrees in both psychology and economics. He also played quarterback, wide receiver and running back for Notre Dame’s football team and was a member of the 1988 National Championship team. Following brief stints as a professional


player, he served as Desert Mountain High’s head football coach (Coach of the Year for the Northwest Region in 1997); Mountain Ridge’s head football coach (Region Coach of the Year 2002-2004); and fi nally, head football coach at Hamilton between 2006 and the present, where he has compiled an unparalleled 92-6 record. Overall, as a coach, he has compiled a 79 percent winning record (161-43). The breakfast meeting on Tuesday,


October 8, will be presented by the four students from Chandler and Hamilton High Schools the Club sponsored to attend the World Affairs Seminar at Carroll College in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The seminar was held June 15-21. This year’s


topic


was “Gender Equity/Social Justice: Moral Imperative of Our Time.” The students will be giving a PowerPoint presentation relating their experiences. On Tuesday, October 15, Rotary


District 5510 Governor Jay Jones will speak to the club about important Rotary issues, motivating Rotarians to participate in service activities and recognizing contributions of Rotarians in the District. Attending with him will be District Governor-Elect John Pennypacker, AG Terry Lubsen and Jay’s wife Carol. Mayor Jay Tibshraeny of Chandler will


give an update on the City of Chandler on Tuesday, October 22. The Chandler website says it all. “Chandler - a progressive, cutting-edge City where entrepreneurial spirit and hometown traditions create a


— ROTARY cont. on page 84 Dr. Lattie Coor


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