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72 CLUBS AND CLASSES


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


Hearing Loss Association of American SL Chapter


On Thursday, October 10, at 1:00


p.m. in the Ed Robson Library-Lecky Center (9330 E Riggs Rd., Sun Lakes) Christine Milano, voucher specialist for the AZ Telecommunication Equipment Distribution Program, will discuss various types of


hearing loss be successful on the phone. CART is generously provided by Karen Martin. Please park in the church lot next to the library. For additional information contact Liz


technology to help people with


Booth at halib72@gmail.com or Regina Milgroom at reggiefaith@gmail.com. 


Come join the Chess Club


Arthur Fink The Sun Lakes Chess Club invites you to join us, whether you are a beginner or a grand


master chess player. We meet every Saturday from 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. in the Oakwood Clubhouse Greenbriar C Room. Come early or come late; you are always welcome. There are no dues or membership fees. For more information call Arthur Fink at 480-883-9402. 


Calling all movie lovers


Gary Putman We have had a successful and fun movie


club within Sun Lakes for the past several years.


Periodically, we have openings


within the group. If you’re interested in meeting new


people and are avid movie lovers, you may want to check out the Sun Lakes Movie Club. All couples interested in learning more about this movie club may contact Gary and Diane at 562-225-7869 or 310- 809-5261. 


Oakwood Ballroom Dance Activities for October


Edie Gilbertsen Ballroom classes are held in the


Oakwood Mirror Room, across from patrol. All ballroom dance classes start on Wednesdays at 3:00-3:45 p.m. for waltz and/or 3:45-4:30 p.m. for merengue Latin; cost is $40 per couple or $24 per single drop in. Call for partner set up. Private lessons


are from 4:30-6:00 p.m. or 2:15-3:00 p.m.; 30 minutes $20, one hour $40. There are no contracts, just fun; four weeks per class time. Gift packets are available for friends or family; $100 for three private hours/or five group lessons per couple. Great for wedding, anniversary or holiday gifts. Call Edie at 480-831-1064 to register. 


AAUW to hear from CEO of Chandler Chamber


Toni Corrigan Terri Kimble, president and CEO of the


Chandler Chamber of Commerce, will address the Southeast Valley branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) at their 7:00 p.m. meeting on October 21, in the Holiday Inn Ocotillo. An interesting and dynamic speaker, she will present a lively overall picture of Chandler past, present and future. Kimble has held her present position


since 2011. Prior to that, she spent two years as president and CEO of the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce. This was


preceded by extensive Chamber


involvement in her home state of Michigan. Since 1881, The American Association


of University Women (AAUW) advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy


research. AAUW has a nationwide network of more


than 100,000 members


and and


donors, 1,000 branches and 600 college/ university institutional partners. One of the world’s largest sources of funding for


graduate women, AAUW provided


more than $4.3 million in the 2012-2013 academic year. The AAUW invites all who hold associate


an an accredited or higher degree college or university


from to


join. For further information on this program or membership, go to http:// southeastvalleybranch-az.aauw.net/. 


TRUST _______________________________ - continued from page 37


“I hear from women every day that they


want to increase their level of knowledge about fi nancial matters, but seek to do so in a comfortable, non-threatening environment with


their peers,” stated


Sandra Hudson, President of TrustBank Arizona. “This education series is a real need in our community and the quality of speakers we are bringing to facilitate these presentations is outstanding.” Women and Wealth will take place at Oakwood Country Club, 9645 S. E.J.


Robson Blvd. The fi rst presentation will take place on Wednesday, October 30, from 9:00–10:30 a.m. For more information and to register for the programs contact Sandy Anderson at 480 981-8680 x 610 or sandra. anderson@tbaz.com. TrustBank is a highly experienced fi rm


that has been providing expertise and superior service for over 100 years. A Bauer Five-Star-Rated bank, TrustBank has branches in Sun Lakes, Mesa and Central Phoenix. Learn more at www.tbaz.com. 


AGENT _______________________________ - continued from page 41 It’s probably best


to check with your


personal car insurance provider before renting a car.


It’s true that personal auto


insurance often provides rental collision and theft coverage and your credit card may also offer coverage. But these days, the fi ne print on many policies has gotten tricky. The bottom line is that generally, if you have auto insurance, homeowner’s or renters insurance, health insurance and a credit card, you’ll probably be okay to opt out. But if you don’t have one or more of these safety nets, then buy insurance from the rental car company. The choice


is really up to you; sometimes peace of mind is worth the extra cost - then you don’t have to worry about it! Enjoy your road trip! Cheri and Tammy If you have a travel question or problem


you would like to submit, please contact Tammy Sikorski or Cheri Sigurdson at El Sol Travel-located at 10325 E. Riggs Road, Suite 105, Sun Lakes, Arizona 85242; or call directly at 480-895-9362, or email at tsikorski@elsoltravel.net or cheri@ elsoltravel.net. View our web site at www. elsolvacations.net. 


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