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October 2013 | SUN LAKES SPLASH | 60s Plus Club news

Nancy Fisher, Publicity The 60 Plus Club is a large not-for-profi t

club whose sole purpose is to provide fun and entertainment for its members. Dues are $7.50 per person per calendar year. Membership is open to any individual or married couple, one spouse of which is a minimum 60 years of age. Upcoming events: November 2 – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

– Hale Theatre. Price is $45 per person and includes transportation, show and driver’s gratuity. The last date for a refund is October 16. November 21 – Arizona Opry (Barleen’s

Family Dinner and Show). Price is $56 per person and includes transportation, sit- down dinner, show and driver’s gratuity. Bus departs Oakwood Arts and Crafts Center at 5:00 p.m.

of either grilled fi let mignon or pan seared trout topped with rock

shrimp. Please

indicate choice when reserving space for this event. Water, iced tea and coffee will also be provided. Wine will be provided on the table and door prizes will be awarded. Larger groups should contact Jeanne Russo at 480-802-4286 so you may be seated together. Tables are assigned for this event. The last date for a refund is November 28. December 15 – Celebration of Christmas

for 6:30 p.m. dinner

and 7:30 show. The last date for a refund is November 4. December 1 – Holiday Pops – Phoenix

Symphony at Symphony Hall. The price is $56 per person and includes transportation, show and driver’s gratuity. Bus departs Oakwood Arts and Crafts parking lot at 3:00 p.m. for 4:00 p.m. show. The last date for a refund is October 28. December 4 – 60 Plus Club annual

Holiday Party – IronOaks at Sun Lakes Ballroom, Oakwood Clubhouse. The cost is $35 per person. Music will be provided by Thaddeus Rose. There will be a no-host bar available starting at 5:30 p.m. A complete sit-down dinner, including dessert, will be served at 6:30 p.m. with an entrée choice

Pageant – Phoenix First Assembly Church, Cave Creek. The cost is $39 per person and includes transportation, pageant (reserved seats) and driver’s gratuity. All sales are fi nal; no exchanges or refunds. Bus departs Oakwood Arts and Crafts parking lot at 1:00 p.m. for 3:00 p.m. show time. Seating is limited so please reserve early. December 30, 2013-January 2, 2014 –

125th Tournament of Roses Parade. Cost is $999 per person double occupancy; $1,399 per person single occupancy. Price includes round trip motor coach transportation, three nights at the Hilton Universal City, baggage handling, three breakfasts, lunch cruise, Float Barn tour, reserved grandstand seating for the parade, souvenir program, services of a professional tour guide and gratuities to guide and driver. The exact time the bus departs Oakwood Arts and Crafts Center is

to be determined. Trip cancellation

insurance is available for this tour and must be purchased at the time of booking. The last date for a refund is November 8. For information or to book space please contact Jeanne Russo at 480-802-4286. 

Sun Lakes Democratic Club to meet October 14

Ruth Kloner, Publicity Chairperson The Sun Lakes Democratic Club will

hold the next meeting on Monday, October 14, at 7:00 p.m. in the Navajo Room of the Sun Lakes Country Club, 25601 N. Sun Lakes Blvd. Please join us as we welcome our speaker, Jonathan Alanis, the Outreach/ Development Coordinator of the Arizona Advocacy Network. Jonathan has a Bachelor of Arts degree

in Political Science, Politics and Global Studies, a philosophy minor and a Certifi cate in International Studies from Arizona State University. He has been a Field Organizer for the Scottsdale Democratic Party and for Voto Latino. The program will begin with a showing

of the Bill Moyers documentary The United States of ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) which is now under

investigation for alleged tax fraud, using a charitable tax exempt status while lobbying Arizona lawmakers on behalf of corporate members. Arizona has one of the highest concentrations of ALEC affi liated legislators in the nation. ALEC corporate executives, lawyers, lobbyists and member legislators draft, lobby for and secure passage of a wide array of bills which promote an extreme agenda. Alanis will highlight important bills

voted on by the Arizona legislature for the benefi t of ALEC corporate members and other efforts to attack clean elections, voting rights, worker rights, fair courts and more.

The Sun Lakes Democratic Club is having

their fall Social on Saturday, November 2, from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the Sun Lakes

— DEMOCRAT cont. on page 83


Bargain time coming up with SLWA

Charlotte Newberry That’s right! It is bargain time with Sun

Lakes Women’s Association. Our huge annual Bazaar featuring not only bargains galore, but baked goods and raffl es will be on November 1-3! Please take note of the following time frame - we will be setting everything up on Thursday, October 31, and Friday, November 1,

in the morning.

But during those times you may purchase anything displayed outside. The doors to the clubhouse will open Friday, November 1, at noon and close at 4:00 p.m. Saturday’s hours are from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Sunday’s hours begin at 9:00 a.m. and fi nish at 1:00 p.m. with the golf cart being raffl ed off so I am hastening to mention that tickets are on sale now at the Sun Lakes Country Club Clubhouse; tickets are $2 each or 6/$10! What a bargain! The golf cart is on display in the lobby. This year I am sure you will appreciate

how the whole event has been set up. Merchandise will be easier to see and plenty of it to view. The items for sale will be arts, crafts and fl oral arrangements done by our very talented ladies. You will be amazed at

the wonderful Christmas assortments

and plenty of electronics also. I can’t leave out the fact that jewelry, vintage/silver, household items, linens and pictures will also grab your attention. Small furnishings such as lamps,

tables and chairs will be

there for you to buy. Two other special features need to be

mentioned. Our book “store” will be open with an overwhelming variety of books, videos and DVDs. Also, the baked goods table is always a big hit and we welcome any donations you have to offer. Please bring them on Friday or Saturday directly to the baked goods table. You have always been most generous with your donations and please do so this year. Have you looked in the display case

across from the librarian’s desk in the clubhouse? Some pretty nice things


sale. Remember that every penny that we make is put right back into the needs of all our Sun Lakes community. Marge Shipe and Elaine Hair presented a check to our Fire Department which enables them to purchase much needed equipment. Also, money was donated to Sun Lake’s HOA No. 1 to repair the tennis courts. Both parties sent most gracious letters of thanks. If you wish to donate any household item in good condition please call 480-895- 9270 Ext.220. You may also call this same number if you want to see about purchasing an item. All women living in the Sun Lakes

community are invited to join us on Monday mornings from 9:00-11:00 a.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room at the Sun Lakes Country Club Clubhouse. 

Crochet and Knit Social Club - join us!

Do you crochet, knit and like all things

yarn? Then come hang out with us – our new season starts on Friday, October 4. We are the Yarn Needlers and meet

on Friday mornings from 9:00–11.30 a.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room at Sun Lakes country Club. We are a fun social bunch sharing learning new techniques, talking about all things yarn, projects, helping

beginners and having fun. We have a grand time hanging out and working our current projects. If you are stuck on a part of your

current project, this is the place to be! We have members that cover all skill levels. Welcome back yarn friends and all new friends. Contact Ali Owens at 480-710-6381. 

Book Review Club

Bernadette M. Halpin The Book Review Club will meet on October 18. We will be reviewing Little Bee by Chris

Cleave. The meeting will take place on Friday, October 18, at 9:30 a.m. in the Friendship Room of Sun Lakes Country Club. All members and guests are welcome to attend. For further information contact Bernadette Halpin at 917-0752. 


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