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68 CLUBS AND CLASSES


Belinda Anderson, Publicity Our summer special event was held


on Saturday, August 10. A group of 13 club members enjoyed a fantastic evening beginning with a delicious dinner at Liberty Market in downtown Gilbert,


followed


by the hilarious musical production of Hairspray at


the Hale Theatre also in


downtown Gilbert. Thanks to Earl Holt for arranging this great special event! Many special events are planned


throughout the year in addition to all the other monthly events. If you are a member, we will send you emails announcing the event. Otherwise, check our website for upcoming events. Oktoberfest – Saturday, October 19 Put on your lederhosen and get your


beer stein ready for the ‘40s/‘50s+ Club’s Oktoberfest. On Saturday, October 19, we will be having a festive evening celebrating the Royal Bavarian Wedding of 1810. (That’s just a little trivia of how Oktoberfest got started). Beer, brats, sauerkraut and German polka music will all make for a most enjoyable evening. The no-host bar opens at 5:30 p.m. at Sun Lakes Country Club. If you haven’t already registered and need a registration form, please go to our website at www.40s50sclub.org or contact Maureen Head at 480-883-1623. We have so many fun, fun events planned


but without help from our members, they just won’t happen. Members, we really need your help. Please volunteer and show


our club’s spirit. Maureen Head is head of the Activities Committee. Give her a call at 480-883-1623 today and let her know if you can help with Oktoberfest, Golf Cart Rally, Holiday Party/Dance and/or any of the other events. We need help in organizing, planning, and setting up, and the list goes on. Even if you can’t attend an event, volunteer to help get it organized. Your assistance is greatly appreciated! Be sure to mark these upcoming events


on your calendar: Golf Cart Rally – November 16 Holiday Party/Dance – December 14 Spinner Dominoes – January 18 Murder Mystery Dinner – February 22 St. Patrick’s Dinner/Dance – March 15 Progressive Dinner – April 19 Crazy Bowl – May 17 Potluck Dinner – June 21 There is something for everyone in the


‘40s/’50s+ Club. If you’re not a member already, you will certainly want to join this fantastic club. Annual dues are $10 per person and $20 per couple. For membership


information contact Judy


Fink at 480-883-7126. Be sure to check out our website that includes information about the club, pictures from past events, monthly newsletters and lots more; www.40s50sclub.org. Remember; don’t let the name fool you!


We are the fun, social club of Sun Lakes (for residents over 40). We are all about having fun and meeting new friends. 


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013 40s 50s+ Club—the fun social club Tai Chi is “Medicine in motion”


Kim Kubsch Tai Chi is a self-paced system of gentle


physical exercise and stretching through a series of movements that continually fl ow. It is often referred to as “meditation in motion.” To some, like Mayo Clinic and Harvard Medical School, it often called “medicine in motion!” Regardless


of your age, ability or


physical challenge, I will teach you some simple healing techniques using smooth, slow natural movements. Through these movements, you can use to energize yourself,


de-stress, reduce pain or


promote healing. Tai Chi training develops skills that can be applied to everything you do. By improving physical ability you can learn how to deeply relax - getting rid of tension caused by stress and anxiety. Also, by smoothing out and directing your energy you can speed healing. In short, Tai Chi teaches the body how to feel better. In addition to being a certifi ed Tai Chi


Practitioner, I am also certifi ed as a Silver Sneakers FLEX Instructor for Tai Chi. My Friday Cottonwood classes are now free for eligible Silver Sneakers members. For beginners, an ideal easy and gentle Tai Chi class is on Fridays from 11:30 a.m.- 12:30p.m. For those who already practice this moving meditation, the 10-11 a.m. class is an ideal fi t. These classes are at Cottonwood’s Phoenix Room (attached to the Ladies Fitness Center). The one hour class is $5 per drop-in class (anytime your schedule is open) or a series of six is $25,


or free for eligible Silver Sneakers members. My IronOaks Tuesday Tai Chi classes:


Intermediate class from 1:00-2:00 p.m., Beginner from 2:15-3:15 p.m. and Chair Tai Chi class from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Classes are free to IronOaks Fitness Center members or eligible Silver Sneakers members. Others pay a fee at the fi tness center front desk. Another option is my easy and gentle


Tai Chi at Renaissance Retirement/Assisted Living


on Tuesdays at 10:15 a.m. or


Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. A guest fee of $5 per class is charged at the Concierge for non- residents of Renaissance. If you cannot attend classes or prefer


to practice individually anytime and everywhere, click to purchase either or both of my DVDs. Another easy option is to instantly download my Anytime Tai Chi. Once purchased, you will own these classes for a lifetime. To view the class options of “On Demand Qi Gong or On Demand Tai Chi” visit www.SafeMovements.com. As a Certifi ed Aging in Place Specialist


(CAPS) and a certifi ed Holistic Nutrition Educator, my focus is active aging for all. Watch for my upcoming workshops in Sun Lakes: Tai Chi for Golfers, Gluten-free on a Budget, Smoothies for Beauty and Tai Chi in the Garden. Or signup with New Adventures


in Learning for my October


class, Tai Chi for Energy! For more information about classes,


workshops and Kim’s DVDs, visit www. SafeMovements.com or contact me at Kim@SafeMovements.com; you may also reach me at 480-392-3436. 


Get your Black Onyx, Lemon Chrysoprase, & Sterling Silver necklace


from your favorite jeweler, Barb Chandler. www.BarbsLittleTreasures.com 480-510-1767


Mah Jongg lessons For free beginning bridge and mah jongg


lessons please email Stephanie Hemberg at stephaniehemberg@wbhsi.net and leave a phone number so I am able to call and talk with you. If you already play Bridge and would


like to learn or review Stayman and Jacoby transfer conventions e-mail Stephanie Hemberg at stephaniehemberg@wbhsi.net and leave a phone number so I am able to call and talk with you. Please, non-smokers only. 


Parkinson’s Support Group


Doug Baker The Sun Lakes Parkinson Support


Group held a welcome back meeting on September 19, at the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 Sun Lakes Blvd at 1:00 p.m. The October meeting will be held on October 17, and will feature Kim Kubsch, a fall prevention specialist, discussing “living safely and independently.” 


Edgar Cayce study group


Our “Search for God” study group meets


every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in Room A-2 of Cottonwood Country Club. We explore the readings of Edgar Cayce


who is recognized as the greatest psychic of the 20th century and the founder of holistic healing. We strive to be healthier, peaceful, and to be one with the universe and ourselves. For information call


John 480-883-3822. 


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