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64 CLUBS AND CLASSES


Pulaski Club schedule The Pulaski Club Arizona, 4331 E.


McDowell Road, Phoenix, Arizona 2013 October schedule: Friday, October 4 – Free Cactus Flores


Band; 5:00-8:00 p.m. Sunday, October 6 – Pulaski Day Dinner;


1:00-3:00 p.m.; music by the Varitones from 3:00-6:00 p.m.; members $10, guests $15; ages 7-14 half price, under 7 free. Friday, October 11 – Free Cactus Flores


Band; 5:00-8:00 p.m. Friday, October 18 – Free Cactus Flores


Band; 5:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday, October 19 – Casino Night;


social hour 5:00-6:00 p.m.; gambling 6:00- 9:00 p.m.; prize raffl es 9:00-10:00 p.m.


(see fl yer for details). Sunday, October 20 – Halloween


Costume Contest; Bob Doszak 2:00-5:00 p.m. Friday, October 25 – Free Cactus Flores


Band 5:00-8:00 p.m. Bands and times are subject to change –


no BYOB please. *Admission: $7 members/$8.00 guests


unless otherwise noted. Doors open one hour before times


listed. For more information call 602-275-


9329; www.pulaskiclubaz.org. Like us on Facebook.com/PulaskiClub.


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Reach Out Sun Lakes continues support for The Crossing


Ellen Engel Monthly food collection drives for The


Crossing Food Bank in Chandler have begun to increase now that most of


the summer


has passed, and the results for September were encouraging, indeed. By deadline day for this issue, generous Sun Lakes residents contributed 417.5 pounds of food and $320 in cash. Contributed dollars are used to pay for


basic foods not normally donated, and all items are ultimately channeled to needy families in Chandler. Any Sun Lakes resident may contribute


at established pickup points sponsored by the Sun Lakes Duplicate Bridge Club and the Sun Lakes Democratic Club. Other local organizations, including the Sun Lakes Jewish congregation and Unity of Sun Lakes, also make regular contributions and donations; your organization can do so, as well. But membership in local clubs and congregations is not a criterion. In fact, many individual donors show up from all over Sun Lakes at the two club-sponsored pickup points. The Bridge Club pickup takes place at the


Risen Savior Lutheran Church on Alma School Road from 12:30-1:20 p.m. on the fi rst Monday of each month, and the Sun Lakes Democratic


Club accepts contributions on the second Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sun Lakes Country Club (SLCC). For those who cannot make it to the formal pickup locations at specifi c times, a collection point is also open during normal business hours at the SLCC. What is the practical signifi cance of the


benefi ts you’re providing with your donations? A single contributed dollar will provide a total of about four nutritious meals for a needy recipient or family. We cannot measure the “pound of food” value in terms of specifi c meals, but it is unquestionably high, and our Sun Lakes community continues to have signifi cant


impact on meeting the need,


both through the monthly Reach Out food drive and with volunteers who work at the food bank itself, located at 1368 Arizona Avenue in Chandler. The Crossing always needs additional volunteer help. If this direct participation activity appeals to you, please call Diane Dykstra at The Crossing at 480-857- 2296 for information. For further information about Reach Out


Sun Lakes, please contact Ellen Engel at 480- 802-0425 or email her at Rosellen10@live. com. Again, thank you Sun Lakes, and please keep up the good work! 


San Tan Crown Rotary volunteers


Tom Adamson San Tan Crown Rotary members and kids


from their Chandler Boys and Girls Interact Club joined 1200 volunteers to pack over 250,000 meals for starving children. The event held on August 24 was organized by Feed My Starving Children and the Phoenix Rotary Club that celebrates their 100th anniversary next year. Feed My Starving Children is a non-profi t


Christian organization committed to feeding God’s children hungry in body and spirit. The approach is simple: children and adults hand-pack meals specifi cally formulated for malnourished children and we ship the meals to nearly 70 countries around the world. San Tan Crown Rotary is Sun Lakes’


afternoon Rotary club. To fi nd out how to join


or just what the club does, e-mail tomadamson@centurylink.net. 


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


Welcome back Shutterbugs! Our October


spotlight photo belongs to Linda Davis. This portrait of


“Big Boy,”


as Linda affectionately calls him, was taken at our very own Phoenix Zoo. Linda took this shot using her Canon 60D with a 300mm lens. Linda chose to add a dark background to enhance the tiger’s gorgeous features (and gaze)


as well as the


crop tool to adjust for composition using Photoshop Elements 10. Linda was awarded Print Image of the Year 2013 and Photographer of the Year 2013, Class B. Well done, Linda! Come


join us as


the Sun Lakes Camera Club kicks off its 2013-2014 year on Thursday, October 3, at 6:30 p.m.


in the Navajo Room of the


Sun Lakes Country Club. Featured topic is Portraiture. The club’s fi rst competition night is Thursday, October 17, at 6:30 p.m. featuring Signs/Signage, Rotating subject and Waterfalls/Fountains and Special Techniques/Creative subject. Upcoming events


include


the advantages of becoming a Photographic Society of America (PSA) member - in No v e mb er , critique night to address how to make our photos great; and in December a talk all about Photoshop Elements later in the club year. The SLCC will be showing


its print artwork, from October 1-31, at the Ed Robson Library, 9330 E. Riggs Road. This will be their eighth installment. Visit mcldaz.org for hours of operation. In the spirit of giving, the Sun Lakes


Camera Club will be holding two holiday portrait sessions. On Sunday, October 27, and Sunday, November 10th, the SLCC will take individual and group portrait pictures from noon-6:00 p.m. in the Mirror Room of Sun Lakes Country Club. There will be three studio setups, Christmas, Hanukkah and one non-themed. The cost will be $5 for one CD, or one 8x10 and four 4x6 prints


for $5 or both CD and prints for $10. All are welcome. The club is planning its fall fi eld trip to


Monument Valley on November 18, 19, and 20, featuring guided hikes. Contact John Livoti at 480-895-6880 for more information and to signup. Photography 101 classes start on November 5, at 7:00 p.m. located in the Mirror and/or Navajo Rooms of the Sun Lakes Country Club? Visit the SLCC website at https://sites.google. com/site/sunlakescameraclub/ for enrollment


instructions


and form to signup. Just click on Beginner’s Class in the left column of the website; limit to 50.


pri n


Competition t


for the Arizona Camera


su bmi s s i o n s Club


Council Fall Roundup are due by October 3 to Mac Davey


with online digital submissions due by October 11.


For more information about the Sun


Lakes Camera Club and its activities visit our website at https://sites.google.com/ site/sunlakescameraclub/ or call SLCC President Fred Giese at 480-220-4394, Vice President John Livoti at 480-895- 6880 or past President


John Beamer at


480-895-7683. For more information about the Phoenix Zoo, visitphoenixzoo.org or the Maricopa County Library District at mcldaz.org. 


Shhh, keep very still. He’s watchin’ you! Photo by Linda Davis.


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