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Let the Good Times Roll

Garden Information: Invasive Stinknet Weed

Blood Drive—Thursday, July 8

Beat the Heat

Lisa Onyx The Lady 18ers are hitting the links at 6:58 a.m. during the summer to beat the heat. SunBird Golf Club recently moved from a shotgun start to tee times every day to increase the number of players on the course. Fortunately, this hasn’t been an issue, because we are able to finish before…

Golf Course Carvings

Duane Dub, Vice President, SBGC In 2021, we are showcasing the golf course carvings by highlighting a carving (or two) each month. Let us start with the history. In 2006 Leo Buries, our golf course manager, was left with dead and downed trees from the monsoon season. Rather than pay for the removal of the…

NAIL: Adventures in Learning Start Here!

Jan Bobbett and Mary Kenny Adventures are fun to anticipate. And that’s what New Adventures (NA) in Learning is all about. For example, earlier this summer, we were anticipating learning how scientists came to develop vaccines for current and previous pandemics. Bobbie Reed’s class did not disappoint! Not all adventures make your heart beat faster,…

Crystal Cards: Project Update

Bobbie Reed The Crystal Card Project continues its work—even after 16 months of pandemic shutdown. Volunteers have continued making cards at home to assure a replenished supply for sale. And our home delivery service has allowed people to choose and buy cards in the safety of their own home. Community members have generously continued to…

Sim Lakes Rotary Club

June 2021 Rotarian of the Month:  Howard Rudge Dr. Honora Norton, RCSL Public Image Chair The Rotary Club of Sun Lakes (RCSL) is proud to name Howard Rudge as its June 2021 Rotarian of the Month. Howard, who joined RCSL in November 2016, is an ardent contributor and noteworthy supporter of many of the club’s…

Sunday Evening Music, Dinner, and Dance Venue

John Yu This season our Sunday venue will salute everything “nostalgic.” Starting on Sept. 19, we will begin with the salute to none other than the “Sultan of Swoon” or “Old Blue Eyes,” the leader of the Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra). Future Sunday venues will include salutes to the British Invasion (Beatles and Herman’s Hermits),…