Residents celebrate July 4th

The Crystal Card Project volunteers keep busy

Free smartphone class well attended

Horizon Room cleanup

The Crystal Card Project volunteers keep busy

Dedicated volunteers making Crystal Cards at a summer work session. Bobbie Reed Volunteers have been busy this summer making cards as part of The Crystal Card Project. These cards will…

Karaoke and dancing planned

Come double your fun with Mr. B. & The Blonde. Karaoke will be on Saturday, June 14 and Saturday, June 28 (the second and fourth Saturday in June) at the Sun Lakes Country Club in the Navajo Room or Sandy’s Place in the Pro Shop (if it’s open) from 7:00-? p.m. located on Sun Lakes…

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This cutie was found in the backyard of George and Margaret Spencer!

George and Margaret Spencer found a newborn horned owl nesting in the palm trees in the back yard of their home in SunBird. The Animal Game and Fish Department relocated the baby owl to raise and protect it to be set free later when ready. The mother owl still resides in SunBird.

This, That & Other Stuff

Bob Neuman Our world would certainly be much bleaker without music. It can entertain, inspire, comfort, produce happiness and evoke nostalgia. Sometimes it may force us to focus an introspective look at something. Irving Berlin wrote inspirational songs during World War I that promised aid to England and France. An example was his Over There.…

This Just In

The Ed Robson library will be temporarily closed from Monday, May 6 to Wednesday, May 15, as renovations are continued.

U.S. Marine Corps celebrates its 240th Birthday

Jim Harkins and Sun Lakes resident Dave Lott are prepared for their upcoming roles in the program.

Denise Lott Each year on November 10 the U.S. Marine Corps celebrates throughout the world their founding birthday 240 years ago. Sun Lakes is no exception. The Marines from the East Valley Marines Detachment 1296 held their annual Birthday Ball in November at the Oakwood Country Club. This year’s guest of honor was William L.…