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Dumpsters in 1A

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Word of the Month: Sublime

  David Zapatka Friend Mike Schneider and I were discussing this quote from The Urantia Book recently, “Such spirit-born individuals are so remotivated in life that they can calmly stand by while their fondest ambitions perish and their keenest hopes crash; they positively know that such catastrophes are but the redirecting cataclysms which wreck one’s…

In Passing

Julie Ann Hartog Julie Ann Hartog, a longtime resident of SunBird, passed away on Nov. 25, 2020. Julie grew up in Beatrice, Neb., and attended Doane University in Crete for two years before earning her Bachelor of Education from William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa. During her senior year in high school, she met the…

Blood Drive February 23

Dean Athmer The Sun Lakes Posse will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, Feb. 23, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The address is 9531 E. Riggs Road, Sun Lakes. The event will be in the meeting room, with plenty of space to comply with social distancing requirements. Here are the basic…

Dumpsters in 1A

Marianna Buescher, Rules Compliance Committee Have you ever cruised through the 1A area of SunBird and noticed the trash and recycle receptacles overflowing? Furniture, boxes, and bags of trash lying on the ground because the bins are so full? What a sad thing to see in our beautiful resort community. Aren’t you glad that you…

Card Scores

Hand and Foot Yvonne Beloney and Shirley Goodman We are allowed 20 people and must leave the chairs and tables where they are located at this time. Face masks are required, and anyone not complying with this will be asked to leave. At this time, we are not allowed outside visitors. We meet on Tuesday,…

Manager’s Report

Layne Varney, General Manager SunBird Holiday Golf Cart Express Parade was a great experience, with nearly 200 golf carts participating in both nights of fun. Golf carts were decorated and drivers dressed up, met at the clubhouse, and separated into two groups to drive through the streets of SunBird, spreading holiday cheer. Many people were…