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70 CLUBS AND CLASSES | SUN LAKES SPLASH | October 2013 Cheers Singles Club news

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Ron Leimer, Publicity Temperatures are cooling down from

the hot summer; snowbirds are starting to return; and Cheers Singles are gearing up for the holiday season with events for your

enjoyment. We’ve been meeting

every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. for our social and membership enrollment at Oakwood Country Club in the lounge. The sign you see in the photo welcomes you to join us. All single men and women living in Sun Lakes, Sun Bird and Springfi eld are welcome to join this fun singles group. The welcome table (also found at the entrance to the lounge) is staffed by a member who will

inform you about Cheers and make

you feel comfortable. We’ve all made that “fi rst time walking into a room and not knowing anyone” journey; you’re not alone! Ask questions; look at our bulletin

Zumba with Mary

Mary Tyree Hi everyone! We are back in full swing once again for

another year of great fun and exercise in Sun Lakes. It is great to see all of our current Zumba friends as well as our travelers and newbies joining us for the fi rst time. I invite you to join me for a Zumba your

workout that fi ts exercise needs.

Zumba, Zumba Gold, Zumba Toning and Sentao; we will do it all. This is your opportunity to shed some

pounds and get in shape before the holidays arrive. Haven’t tried Zumba yet? It is never

too late to start. You will have loads of fun and meet some great friends. We will do routines to music such as the Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia and Samba, along with familiar favorites designed for fun and exercise at the same time. Experience is not required; I’ll teach

you the steps as we go. You can start out slowly and work into the routines. There is no pressure to keep up; you know your

own limits. Want to learn more? Come see us at the

open house in the Cottonwood Ballroom space 48 on Saturday, October 12, and fi nd out fi rsthand what Zumba is all about. Here is my fall schedule: Cottonwood: Tuesday from 2:00-3:00

p.m., Room A-6 Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 p.m., Room

A-6 Thursday from 4:00-5:00 p.m., Phoenix

Room Friday from 10:00-11:00 a.m., Room A-6 Oakwood: Saturday from 9:30-10:30

a.m., Fitness Center I am a licensed Zumba instructor with

over 30 years of fi tness training in Arizona as well as a Sun Lakes resident for the past 13 years. You can fi nd me on the web at http://, or under licensed instructors on You may also email me at or give me a call at 480-250-9702. See you soon. 

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Geri Gould You may not know that a wonderful

opportunity awaits you on October 3. That is the fi rst meeting of the 2013-2014 Brandeis National Committee, a women’s group with local chapters around the country. You need not have any affi liation with Brandeis University to participate, but Brandeis makes some of their wonderfully enriching resources available to local chapters. Here in the Chandler area, we meet

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on the fi rst Thursday afternoon of each month from October through May. Our programs are diverse and typically include book discussions, fi lm discussions, docent tours at local museums for special exhibits, contemporary

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occasional special guest speakers. In addition to our local chapter (a

subsidiary of the larger Phoenix group), the greater Phoenix area proudly boasts

its number one rating of chapters around the country. There are also many subject- specifi c study groups that meet monthly and anyone who is a local member is eligible to participate in those as well. These may include art gallery tours and introductions to local artists, meetings with local Arizona authors, cooking classes, movie viewings and discussions and numerous focused book clubs. It’s a great way to expand your friendships in and out of the Chandler area. You are cordially invited to an

introductory meeting on Thursday, October 3, at 1:00 p.m.

to learn more about the

array of activities that will be presented this year. We will also be discussing the book The Storyteller, by Jodi Picoult. Light refreshments will be served. The meeting will be held at the home of Irene Kestenbaum. For directions and to RSVP, please call Irene at 480-883-7639, or send her an email at 

board for coming and past events of who/ what

this club is all about. Small groups

as well as large events are waiting for you, why wait to join? The quarterly birthday party was held on September 15, always a well attended party by our members. Our Activity Director Maria Aitkin keeps us well

informed on coming events and

announcements are found in the members’ monthly newsletter. October is Halloween, another great annual Cheers event bringing all the fun and games of Halloween we enjoyed as a child; don’t miss out! If you’re single, new to the area, a past

member looking to join us again please see us at the social. If you meet even only one friend you connect with isn’t that reason to smile? Become a member and volunteer to help on an event of your choosing. Getting involved is the best way to make friends! 

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