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October 2013 | SUN LAKES SPLASH | RELIGION Spend it wisely?


Meditation classes at Unity;

Join Dr. Mary Meadows for this class

on meditation, with profound benefi ts for physical, spiritual, emotional and mental healing. Classes are on Friday, October 11, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Unity of Chandler, 325 N. Austin Dr., Ste. 4, Chandler; and on Wednesday, October 16, from 7:00–9:00 p.m. at Unity of Mesa, 2700 E. Southern Ave., Mesa; phone 480-440-8231; www.

there is a $10-$20

donation. Ongoing events on Sundays Unity of Chandler Sunday service at

10:00 a.m. with inspirational messages and music to lift your spirit and Kid’s Sunday School, located at 325 N. Austin Dr., Ste. 4, Chandler, 480-792-1800; www. 

Welcome to Temple Havurat Emet Now that the High Holy Days are over

and it is time to settle down into a normal winter routine, we, the members of Temple Havurat Emet (T.H.E.) would like to invite you to visit our Friday night services. If you are noticing some of the other temples in the area are raising their yearly dues and wish to keep your costs down, consider T.H.E. We have no building, thus no building

Pastor Don Hendricks expressed appreciation to Genevieve Weiss, unofficial “secretary” of Sun Lakes Community Church.

Pastor Don Hendricks expressed

appreciation to our church “secretary” – Genevieve Weiss for the past 15 years. Sunday, September 8, was the anniversary of her ministry with the church and she was presented with a gift of $1,000 from the congregation. Much more than a secretary – “she keeps the church functions running smoothly” according to Pastor Don Hendricks. “Spend it unwisely” was the Pastor’s advice

– “for something special.” For these 10 years Genevieve has brought “professionalism, wisdom, and a willingness to do whatever has to be done to keep the church going forward.” Pastor Don said, “Her infl uence was far beyond just typing the church bulletin or other such tasks – her interaction with

church members – and others – helps us live out what the Gospel is all about.” Have you checked out our new website?

Go to www.sunlakescommunitychurch. org, click on “Fifty years ago” and meet Marge Charlton – the fi rst guest in our series of interviews asking our church family what they were doing 50 years ago. Marge, by the way, was a race car driver! Our

fall schedule begins in October

with a full slate of Bible studies. The Ladies Bible Study begins October 1, at 9:00 a.m.; the Tuesday Men’s/Women’s Bible Study starts October 15, at 7:15 a.m.; and the Men’s morning Bible Study starts October 16, at 8:00 a.m. All study groups meet in the church offi ce at 25811 S. Country Club Drive. 

Season begins for Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Sistehood

Joyce Spartonos, Publicity The season has just started and Sun Lakes

Jewish Congregation Sisterhood is delighted with its line-up of programs (varied enough to appeal to everyone’s tastes). Let’s look at what’s scheduled for October alone. On Thursday, October 17, Sisterhood

has a top notch hypnotist as their guest speaker. Come meet, hear and learn all about how hypnosis can improve your everyday life from one of the best in the fi eld, certifi ed hypnotherapist, Lynn Gasser. Lynn will explain how the left and right sides of the brain operate and how hypnosis can make the difference in many of our daily routines that seem to take so much out of us. She is relatively new to our area and Sisterhood was indeed fortunate to be the fi rst to engage her. We hope to see you all at what promises to be a most interesting program which will begin at 1:00 p.m.


the Chapel House in Sun Lakes Country Club. Immediately preceding


pro g ram , Sisterhood will be holding its annual new member luncheon. Invitations have already gone out in the mail. Then, Sisterhood thought it would be fun to get


together for a day at the races. So on Tuesday, October 29, at noon, Turf Paradise Race Track is the venue. You’ll get to see horse racing at its best; enjoy a delicious and bountiful buffet lunch; tips on how to bet; a race named in Sisterhood’s honor and much, much more. The cost for the day is just $25 and everyone’s invited (mates, friends, and signifi cant others.) Checks, made out to SLJC Sisterhood, should be sent to 25108 S. Mohawk Drive, Sun Lakes,

Arizona 85248, no later than October 15. If you have any questions, need a ride or can supply one, please call Myra at 480- 305-0533. November’s meeting will

take place

jointly with the Men’s Club on Wednesday, November 6, at 6:00 p.m.

in the Chapel

House in Sun Lakes Country Club. Guest speakers will be Julian Wyatt and his wife, Jodie Lynn. Julian is a 30 year combat and disabled Navy veteran. As an inter- racial couple, they’ll be discussing the anti-Semitism, rather than any racism they faced, and how they handled it. Make sure your calendar is marked for this one.


sure to be another blockbuster. Just

some reminders, please. If you

haven’t paid your dues yet, your check made payable to SLJC Sisterhood in the amount of $25, should be sent to 3495 S. County Down Drive, Chandler, Arizona 85249. Remember

to mark your ca l e n d a r s


for Card Party on Tuesday, February 18, 2014. Sisterhood funds

throughout the year for its Toys From the Heart program.

Your check made out to SLJC Sisterhood in any amount, and sent to the

same address as dues payments, would be so greatly appreciated. Please indicate that it’s for Toys. If you’re in need of pretty note cards, Sisterhood sells packets of 10 for $10 and they’re available at every meeting. As always, co-presidents Carol and

Geri are happy to hear from you and can be reached at 480-895-3168 and 480-305- 0123, respectively. That’s it for now. See you next time. 

fund! Our yearly dues are $150 per person (and include the High Holy Days next year).

We meet at the Lecky Center of the Robson Library on Riggs Road. We provide a friendly family atmosphere

for our monthly services (which are held on the fi rst Friday evening of each month). We offer a second service on the third Friday evening of each month - this is a “lay” service and is held at the home of a temple member. For further information about T.H.E.

please check out our website at www. 

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Member News - We all extend a very

big welcome to Connie White who recently joined our Lady Niners. We especially applaud these new members who join us in the middle of our sultry summer. Activities Open House - Ladies who

meet the age requirement to reside in IronOaks, are interested in playing golf and are curious about joining a league, please come see us at the IronOaks Activities Open House. It will be held on Saturday, October 19, from 10:00 a.m.-noon in the Oakwood Ballroom. In addition to our regular membership we are also offering a

social membership for former and current members who can only occasionally play but are interested in attending our social events. Our Ironwood Lady Niners will be wearing our red shirts and our smiles. You will know us immediately by the infectious enthusiasm we have for our game and our league. We would love to meet you, tell you about our nine hole golf league, and hopefully get you to join us. If you cannot make the Activities Open

House and are interested in trying our league, please contact Susan Schaeffer at 480-802-9852. 

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