From the Manager’s desk…
My goodness, it is Feb 1 already. My, how time flies when you are having fun!
I hope you all have had an opportunity to partake in the activities that go on every day. If not, you don’t know what you are missing – there are meals, dances, entertainment, RC Races, Shuffleboard, Pickleball, Country Store, etc. etc. etc. (and that doesn’t even cover the daily activities)
Speaking of activities. I have asked Sue to contact all the various activity leaders to give us a brief synopsis of each activity. The plan is to take all this information and provide a newcomer pamphlet. This will help all newcomers (to include new workampers) better understand what activities are available. Example, Koffee Klatch. As a newcomer myself, when I first saw that, I thought it was a small group of people getting together to have coffee and visit. I had to be educated that this was the weekly information meeting. Tag Along – What is that? And, the list goes on.
So, if you are an activity leader and you have not been contacted to give a synopsis, please see Sue in Activities.
RESERVATIONS FOR THE 2017/18 SEASON (RV Annuals and Monthly RVers):
Between now and Feb 28, reservations need to be made.
The following rules apply:
In order to reserve your site, you must be in that site as of Feb 28
- A deposit is required at time of making the reservation
- Reservations of less than three months is guaranteed; however, the site is not guaranteed – you could be moved if a longer stay reservation is made for that site
- Reservations of three months or longer, your site is guaranteed; (Annual and/or Park Model Reservations have priority over all reservations); new this year – electricity will be in the guests name. You will no longer be billed from Sundance 1, but you will be required to contact APS directly (this does not apply to Annual RV reservations who already have the power in their name)
If you prefer a different site, you can place your name on a waiting list at any time. Between Mar 1-14, the office will be moving reservations to accommodate new annual reservations and the waiting list. Starting March 15 reservations will be open to all
Please direct any and all questions pertaining to reservations to the front desk.
MARDI GRAS PARADE 2OI7!
Coming to Sundance on Tuesday, February 28th at 3:00.
This year’s theme is “Born Be Wild”! Calling all Mustangs, motorcycles, golf carts, bicycles, and remote control cars! Decorate your ride, put on your biker gear and get in on the fun cruising up and down the streets of Sundance during happy hour. The parade will begin to assemble in front of Activities at 2:00. So, pull up your lawn chair, catch some beads, and make some noise as we celebrate Mardi Gras 2017!!
Happy Hour and Prizes around the Pool to follow the parade. BYOB!!
See Terry Jones if you have questions.
( A NOTE TO PET OWNERS: If your pet is spooked by loud noises and commotion, please consider keeping it inside during the parade. Thanks!)
We would like to say “Thank you” to our many friends who have helped us these past few weeks. We have enjoyed 18 years here at Sundance and hate to leave. We are moving to an assisted living facility.
Again, thank you so very much. Tom & Liz Ellerbusch
Sunday Church with Pastor Scott…
The Sundance 1 RV Resort Church will be having a toy drive through the month of February. The toy drive is to supply toys for children in the Casa Grande Banner Hospital. You may drop your toys in our tub in the activity office or bring them to church each Sunday in February and you can also leave them at site #445.
Please help put a smile on a child’s face.
THANK YOU Les & Judy Pierce
I would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who participated in a very successful Angel Tree. There are 36 children who had a wonderful Christmas, as all children should., thanks to your generosity.
We will be participating next year in the Angel Tree project with Seeds of Hope and I would like to make a request of you all.
Until your return next season, please save all of the freebies you can in the way of shampoos, soaps, conditioner, mouthwash, etc. from hotels or motels along your way home or any ventures you may make while you are away. If you go to the dentist and they give you toothbrushes, floss, toothpaste and you do not use them save them for us to use for the stockings next Christmas.
Again thank you for your help and generosity! Lynn Wiewior
Couples Dance Class…
January 31st we will have started 3 weeks of West Coast Swing. Unless you have danced West Coast before, you will have needed to be at the first class as each class builds on the previous one. February 28 starts 4 weeks of beginning Country Waltz.
Thursdays we will teach Pattern Dancing. Both classes are from 10-11:30am in the Hole in the Wall. There will be NO classes the week of Feb 20th because of the Dessert Theater.
Beginners are welcome, but a partner is required. Classes are $1 per couple. We hope to see you all there.
Kent & Sandi Reedy—Fairways
I would like to extend a sincere thank you for the cards, flowers, food, cookies, prayers, support and the beautiful prayer lap robe( from the quilters).
Thank you too for the loving attention that was given to Sofi during my surgeries and recovery. We are lucky to live in a Park with so many caring people. Your many kindnesses are greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Dennie Shepard
ALL Activity Heads…
Please get your list of Volunteers to Sue in Activities before February 15th. The Volunteer Lunch will be March 2.
ALL STATE POTLUCKS
When you have your potlucks for this year, don’t forget to book your 2017/2018 potluck with the Activity Office.
RightPath Health Screening
On Saturday February 4, from 8:30am to 4:30pm the Right Path Health Screening Services will be in the Gambling Room. A flyer was placed in your mailbox in January indicating the services and prices for their health screenings.
Washington / Oregon / California / Idaho
Please join us on Sunday February 12 In the Hang Out Room, 4-6pm
Please bring your beverage of choice, table service, and a dish to share. Sign-up sheet in the activities office. Thank you, Lani Bradfield
From Sue’s Desk…
Are you ready for the busiest month of the season? Be prepared for dances, fund raisers, state potlucks and Western Days, just to name a few. These fun events would not be possible without you, the volunteers. Thank you so much for your help and ideas!!
Super Bowl Party To celebrate the final football game of the season, please join us in the Hole in the Wall on Sunday, Feb 5 at 3:30pm. Be sure to bring a comfy chair and the beverage of your choice. The Kitchen Staff will offer dinner 4pm thru half time – for a fee – either to eat in or take out. Atlanta Falcons VS New England Patriots
Feb 4 – Debbie & Double Eagle
Feb 25 – Dale Heinle & The Whiskey Stomp
Both dances are from 7-10pm in the Hole in the Wall. Tickets are $8 in advance or $9 at the door.
How about treating your sweetie to a
Valentines Dinner Show on Tuesday, Feb 14, right here in the Hole in the Wall. Our special romantic cordon bleu dinner will be served at 5pm , doors will open at 4:15, followed by a fantastic show featuring the live performance Peter, Paul and Mary Remembered. All this for only $16 per person! Tickets are available in the Activities Office.
Is Live Theater your ‘thing’? Then you won’t want to miss one of the 3 performances presented on Feb 21, 22 and 23 by our Sundance Thespians. Our Dessert Theater Tickets for the 7pm shows are available in the Activities Office for only $5.
He’s Baaaack!! After being gone for a couple seasons, Brad Fitch is returning on Sunday, Feb 26, for his spectacular tribute to John Denver. This matinee is scheduled from 2-3:30pm in the Hole in the Wall. You don’t want to miss this performance!!
Don’t know what Western Days is??? We spend the whole day on February 11 enjoying ourselves playing games, listening and dancing to music, having lunch and laughing a lot!! Most residents get involved by participating in one or more of the games or volunteering to be a monitor or timer. Others thoroughly enjoy bringing their lawn chair and being a spectator.
Please come to the Activities Office, sign up, and get involved in a great day at the park.
Please join us on Friday, Feb 10 for our annual Senior Expo where you’ll be able to visit with vendors, medical professionals, and others to learn what our community has to offer. Door prizes and refreshments are available. We will be at your service from 9-10:30 in the Hole in the Wall.
Our annual fashion show with our own resident models is scheduled for
Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017
Hole in the Wall.
New Image Fashions will have their clothing and watches for sale from 10-3pm. The fashion show luncheon will take place at11:30am.
Tickets are available in the Activities Office. Everyone is welcome to join us for this fun afternoon.
It’s Quilt Show Time – Come and enjoy the talents of our very own quilters as they display their works in the Hole in the Wall on Saturday, Feb 25, from 9-3pm. A fun-filled day is in store with door prizes, raffles, and lunch.
LaMesa RV will be displaying 3 of their units at our park on Monday, Feb 13. This is always a fun way to see new units.
Upcoming Events … Mark your favorite events so you don’t miss out!!!
Feb 1 & 2 – Adventureland Workampers Recruitment
Feb 3 – Country Store – 9-Noon
Feb 3 – Movie Night – 6:30pm – The Accountant
Feb 4 – MT,WY, N&S Dakota Potluck- 12-2
Feb 4 – Dance with Debbie & Dbl Eagle – 7pm
Feb 5 – Super Bowl Party – 3:30 pm
Feb 6—Sky Med Presentation 4-6PM
Feb 7 – MI Potluck – 4-6pm
Feb 8 – Softball’s Brat Dinner – 5pm
Feb 10 – Senior Expo – 9-10:30am
Feb 11 – Western Days
Feb 12 – WA, ID, CA, OR Potluck – 4-6pm
Feb 12 – Iowa Potluck – 4-6pm
Feb 14 – Valentine’s Dinner Show – 5-7pm
Feb 15 – New Image Fashion Show – 10-3pm
Feb 16 – Hale Theater Tag-a-Long – 7pm
Feb 18 – Hands Across the Border – 5pm
Feb 19 – MN Potluck – 1-3pm
Feb 21, 22 & 23 – Dessert Theater – 7pm
Feb 25 – Quilt Show – 9am-3pm
Feb 25 – Dance w/ Dale Heinle & Whiskey Creek
Feb 26 – John Denver Tribute by Brad Fitch– 2pm
Feb 27 – Shuffleboard Potluck – 1-3pm
Feb 28 – Mardi Gras Parade – 3pm
Mar 1 – Artisan’s Show—1-2pm
Mar 1 – Bernie & Red Show – 7pm
Mar 2 – Volunteer Luncheon – 11am
Mar 3 – Country Store – 9-Noon
Mar 3 – Remaining States Potluck 4-6pm
Mar 4 – Patio Sale – 8am-Noon
Mar 4 – Card Sale 9am-2pm
Mar 4 – Dance with Saguaro Sunset – 7pm
Mar 8 – WI Potluck – 4:45-6pm
Mar 9 – Sundance Variety Show – 7pm
Mar 10 – Blood Drive – 8am – Noon
Mar 11 – Arizona Opry Show Tag-a-Long
Mar 12 – Ice Cream Social Fundraiser – 2pm
Mar 15 – DeLon Country Music Show – 7pm
Mar 17 – St Patrick’s Day Parade & Dinner
Mar 18 – Dance w/ Campbell Brothers
Mar 25 – Dance w/ Dick Anderson
Mar 29 – Karaoke
April 4 – Barro’s Tag-a-Long
April 7 – 6:30 Movie
April 12 – Neighborhood Progressive Dinner (Details to follow)
Mark your Calendar!
4 State Potluck… Montana / Wyoming / North Dakota/ South Dakota
February 4, 2017….BYOB & Table Service….Sign up Sheet in Activity
Contact: Pat LaVoie or Boomer Clifton
Our Rock Shop is now open….
Lapidary meets on Thursdays 9 –3:30pm
There is a daily fee of $3 for Lapidary users.
Silver Smithing meets on Monday & Wednesday 9-3pm
There is a daily fee of $1 for Silver Smithing
Come join us !
Computer Club it’s not just for Geek’s …
Have you visited the computer room? If not, now is the time. We have 9 computers, 5 with Windows10, 4 with Windows7, 2 laptop internet connections, 3 printers, 1 wireless printer, and WiFi for your tablet connections.
The computer room is run by the computer club and is open Monday thru Friday 9-11:45 & 1-3:45. To use the computer room you will need to join the computer club or pay $1 each time you visit, to join the cost is $20 the first year and $10 each year after that. There are monitors in the computer room who may be able to help if you have problems, or they can put you in touch with someone who can help. So come visit the computer room. We are located on the back side of the library building, on Tonto.
Come and communicate with the world.
Community Service Opportunity…
The Casa Grande Lions Club is a very active group who serve this community through a wide variety of service projects. Lion members and non-member Winter Visitors who would like to assist the local Club are welcome and appreciated.
Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month, 6pm ,at the American Legion Post 8, 713 N. Park Ave, Casa Grande, AZ
For more information Contact:
Monday Night Music Jam…
The Sundance Jammers are in full swing. If you enjoy music, then please join us each Monday @ 6:30PM in the Hole in the Wall. We will be sure to keep you entertained for over 2 hours! All levels of talent are welcome! John Thalman
POWER WALKING PROGRAM
HOLE IN THE WALL
MONDAY to FRIDAY AT 9AM
(may be subject to delays)
ALL WELCOME PLEASE JOIN US
Well here we are again another month gone by, where or where do these months go?
Welcome back to all those who arrived after the holidays. As you know if you have joined us on Tuesday evenings, we are now over 100 attendees!! Wow, the crowd grows then does the pots too. Everyone wants a piece of these nice winnings.
A game or two have been removed from each of our weeks, we have 4, to give us easier games and hopefully speed things up. But I must say here we are all volunteers, we all make mistakes and thus things do get slowed up when we make those mistakes. Please be patient with all the volunteers in Bingo.
To those who don’t know this, I will not be in charge of Bingo after this season, so we will need a volunteer to be Bingo Coordinator. I sure would like to show the new person some of my shortcuts, but you must volunteer first. Maybe there could be two of you one for Nov to Mid Jan, and another for Mid Jan thru March. You set up the hall, make sure the machine is plugged in and running ok, as well as a microphone system.. The job is not difficult, so please think about volunteering.
Come see us on Tues, doors open 6 so you can get a good seat, sales of the bingo papers around 6:15 and games begin at 7P sharp. Hope to see you there. Karen
Cactus Needles News…
We meet on Mondays, 10 am – Noon, in the HangOut Room (unless otherwise noted in Friday flyer) to knit, crochet, loom, and cro-hook hats, scarves, cowls and blankets. This season we have donated 233 handmade items to various charities in the Casa Grande area and are participating in the Mother Bear Care Project by sending 15 knitted teddy bears to Africa.
All are welcome – just bring your own needles/tools. We have lots of donated yarn! Karen Fulner
FEBRUARY COUNTRY STORE…
JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINE’S DAY
The February Country Store will be held Friday, February 3, from 9 to 12 in the Hole-in-the-Wall. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you will want to examine what over 45 vendors have on hand. Whether it’s something for your grandchildren or that special someone – you’ll find a wonderful selection from which to choose.
Come early and enjoy a cup of coffee and Danish. At 11 Richard, Karen and the kitchen crew will offer a delicious lunch of tortilla soup and half a sandwich or a cheeseburger with chips. Both lunches are $5.00 and include your choice of lemonade or iced tea.
We’ll see you on Friday, February 3 at the Country Store.
Shuffleboard has been great with several new players and many seasoned players having a good time. We encourage anyone wanting to play to come join the fun. If you need help we will teach you the basics of the game. Scheduled play is Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday at 9:30. Tuesday is bowling pin shuffle. If you want some hooting & hollering good time you should try it , it’s a fun competitive game with all the black team against all the yellow team. We will be having our annual single elimination team shuffleboard tournament starting Monday 20 February unless play in is required which we would do Fri. the 17th . We will have the sign up sheet for tournament up starting 01 Feb. thru 12 Feb. It is pot luck draw for teams (no husband wife teams). Must be park resident to play. $1.00 entry fee to play all paid back in prize money. If you want to play tournament you need to set aside the entire week We will play at 9:30 each day till complete. Wind and weather sometimes makes us cancel play. Come join the tournament it’s a fun competitive time and is welcome to all shufflers.
It gives me so much joy to see all the enthusiasm in class. The new beginners are catching on fast. I’m going to do all I can to help them progress. As a guideline to good health, we have been advised that we need to do three things to increase our vitality as we grow older.
- Maintain a heart healthy diet
- Work out our minds as well as our bodies.
Line dancing is so much fun you may forget its exercise. Come in and check us out each Tuesday 1-3pm and Thursday 1:30-3:30pm
The Race is on! Races are happening every Monday and Wednesday and Friday 1:30 – 4P.M. We have been enjoying some very good racing so far this year. We have several new members and interest is growing in this activity. The cars are running fast with some very close races and as usual we have the occasional spectacular crash!
Some special dates to mark on your calendar.
Jan 31st 1:30 – 2:30
Feb 21st 1:30 – 2:30
Mar 21st 1:30 – 2:30
TO ALL SPECTATORS. The stands are dedicated to racers only so please bring your own chair and do not sit too close to the track. The members really appreciate your support by watching us race however, for your own safety, please do not sit or stand too close to the track, and do not get distracted.
These cars are very fast and when an accident happens cars can clear or in some cases penetrate the safety barrier and we don’t want anyone getting struck by a car.
Meeting will be held February 19th. 3-5pm. We will be having a Pizza Party. Bring your appetite, choice of refreshments, and $3 to cover the cost of the pizza. We will discuss March outings.
Sign up sheet will be posted in Activities.
CAN Food Drive…
The Sundance /Fairways Veterans Group is having a CAN Food drive to support the Casa Grande Veterans Center. The drive begins February 1 thru February 20. They are in need of canned foods for Homeless Veterans. Please check your pantry and drop off what you can spare at the Activities Office. LET’S HELP OUR VETERANS
Photo Enthusiast can gather for our photo group every other Saturday. The next meeting will Saturday February 11 and then again on February 25. We meet in the Gambling Room from 10am to Noon.
The subject of our photos will be determined at that time. Any level of expertise is invited. Any Digital format is welcome. We have many people with the skills to help aspiring photographers. Bring your smiles and your ideas!
The Dessert Theatre performances of “Sagebrush Sidekicks” will be held on February 21, 22 and 23 at 7pm each night. Tickets are only $5 and can be purchased in the Activity Office on February 1st. You must specify which night you are going to attend. We will have limited seating each performance. So buy your tickets early to get the night you prefer.
Come on out and see your local friends and neighbors exhibit their talents and provide you with a comical evening of entertainment and enjoy a delicious dessert. See You There!
Thank you” is all I know to say. For your thoughts, prayers, calls, visits, food, flowers, books, being my taxi driver to Dr.’s and therapy and grocery “go fer”. I appreciate it more than I can say. Sundance is the place to recuperate! Barbara Robinson
At our last meeting we had the honor of having John Real speak on his escape from the Japanese during WWII thought the jungles of the Philippines, He was then picked up by a submarine. It was very interesting along with many laughs. Thank you Barry Segal for arranging for John to speak. John also has a book he wrote “Rescue” which I would have to believe would be a good read.
The New Vet Center in Casa Grande opened 24 January at 318 N. Florence St. We presented the center with a donation of $500.
We are very fortunate to have Kim Rodriquez as our guest at the February Vet Meeting. She is in charge of the Vet Center in Casa Grande and the “EAGLE ONE” Mobile Veteran outreach Center. It is a modified RV. She will be bringing the “Eagle One” to our meeting February 13. All of the residents of Fairways and Sundance are welcome to do a walk through. Eagle One will be at Fairways from 9-11am and then at Sundance from 11-1pm. Please pass the word to everyone you can and invite them to take a tour of the “Eagle One”.
The meeting will be held at Fairways, February 13, 9am.
In March we will have as our guests, representatives from the “Dogs for Veterans” program. More details to follow in the March Smoke Signal. Chris Knapton
Reminder for all new pickleball players: We have beginner lessons at 9am every Monday. “Novice player” time slots are set for Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 11am.
Come join in the fun! Alan Wallbank
Our genealogy group meets the first 4 Wednesday mornings of each month at 10:00am in the new Gambling Room. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The schedule for the month of February is as follows; February 1st we will be having a roundtable about the Pinal County Genealogy Workshop that was held on January 28th. February 8th is the beginners meeting where we will be helping all the new ones who are finding their way when searching for their ancestors. If you have a computer or tablet, please bring it as we will have seasoned researchers that will help you navigate the internet. February 15th meeting we will have a speaker, Steve Packer. Steve is a volunteer at the Mesa Library and an expert on German research. February 22nd is the beginners meeting again. We encourage everyone to attend each meeting as there is something for everyone. Don’t be discouraged if you don’t “get” everything that is said. Please speak up and ask questions. Every person who is there has something to add to the meeting and that really helps us as leaders. Looking forward to seeing each and every one of you at the next meeting. Lynn Olson & Jeanette Keyes
The season is off to a good start,. Some new players enjoying the game, and by using a handicap system the scores come out close. We draw numbers to choose partners , play three games , each game you have a new partner. A fun time to hear the visiting and the old timers showing new players the game.
Come join us Mon , Wed, Fri. 9:15 to around 11:00
Mark you calendars for the banquet Feb. 26. 12:00 -2:00 In Hang out room
For more info see Don at the pits
The Town Council…
The Sundance Town Council held its monthly meeting on 11-January. Alice Neuok, Chairperson, called the meeting to order with all members present. Judy Dickson, Park Manager, also attended.
Major topics discussed were:
¨ Original shower modifications didn’t work, new options are being researched
¨ New One Way Street issues including YIELD sign requirement
¨ Park Model parking infractions
¨ Golf cart parking issues
¨ Reserved Laundry Parking signage completed
¨ Bike rack by new Sales Office lite up at night with reflectors
¨ New Metal Building policy is not being enforced
equally across all sites
¨ Next Season the Front Gate coverage will be extended
¨ Water Machine issues have increased and a better process for resolutions are being implemented
¨ The requirement for new room signage and new maps that reflect the new naming
¨ Cleaning of some rooms is not adequate
¨ New WELCOME booklet given to all new-comers identifying all activities including explanation of the activity and its schedule
¨ Ability to access WiFi 24/7 in the Quiet Room
¨ Possibility of an on-site ATM
If you desire the details on the above topics a complete set of Meeting Minutes is available in the Activities Office.
If you have any suggestions/concerns that you think might make Sundance an even better place to live please speak with one of the Town Council members and /or fill out a Comment Form found in the Activities Office. Place the completed and signed Form in the Utility Dropbox across the hall from the Sundance Mail Room door.
Finishing up our 2016 season and starting our 2017 season is showing great promise for a busy one. We just held our 3rd open tournament at Sundance which has players from all over the Casa Grande area. All participants are impressed with the new pool room and its new Olhausen Grand Champion Tournament Tables. As I mentioned before, only thing allowed into the POOL ROOM FOR REFRESHMENTS IS bottled water, no food of any kind if you bring any wrapped items they must be eaten outside the pool room. Also no MUDDY SHOES, its sad that I would have to mention this but some inconsiderate adult child came into the pool room to shoot pool on table 3 and tracked mud while he was shooting and damaged the new floor. This took place between the evening of Friday January 6th to the afternoon of Saturday the 7th. I would like to thank Harvey Olender for coming down and cleaning the floor is further damage couldn’t be done.
Our next open tournament will be February 2nd
Rob Milder won the tournament on January 12, 2017
The results of tournaments for December 2016 and January 2017:
15 Dec – 8 Ball 1st Dave Rowan/2nd Bob Christie/3rd Allan Strawn/4th Tony Lau
19 Dec – 1-15 1st Cal Aumuller/2nd Dave Noth/ 3rd Harvey Olender & Gerald Smith/4th Bud Drake, Max Zallar & Tony Lau
22 Dec – 8 Ball 1st Bud Drake/2nd Allan Strawn & Rick Aberson/
3rd Dennis Mahagan/ 4th Max Zallar
26 Dec – 1-15 1st Bud Drake & Rick Aberson/2nd Dennis Mahagan/
3rd Max Zallar & Tony Lau/ 4th Dave Rowan & Doug Secrist
29 Dec – 8 Ball 1st Dennis Mahagan/ 2nd Chuck James/
3rd Harvey Olender/ 4th Tony Lau
To start the New Year we had a large turnout for our 1-15 tournaments. We ended up having to play teams with 26 players signing up to shoot. These are the results for that day:
2 Jan – 1-15 1st Darrell Tritt & CJ Schelling/ 2nd Barry Toy & Rob Milder/ 3rd Bud Drake & Jim Moreton/ 4th Harvey Olender & Wolf Konopek
5 Jan – 8 Ball 1st CJ Schelling/ 2nd Bud Drake/3rd Dave Rowan/4th Larry Tobin
9 Jan – 1-15 1st Larry Tobin, CJ Schelling, Dennis Mahagan/ 2nd Darrell Tritt, Tony Lau/ 3rd Cal Aumuller/ 4th Rick Aberson
12 Jan – 8 Ball 1st CJ Schelling/ 2nd Rob Milder/3rd JR Zimmer, Bob Christie, Cal Aumuller
16 Jan – 1-15 1st Rob Milder/ 2nd Darrell Tritt/3rd Dave Sutterfield, Max Zallar/ 4th Dave Rowan
19 Jan – 8 Ball 1st Darrell Tritt/2nd Tony Lau/ 3rd Cal Aumuller/ 4th Bud Drake
LONE BUTTE/WILD HORSE PASS CASINO BUS
SCHEDULE FOR 2016-2017 SEASON
Day Bus: Feb. 20, March 6th and 27th
Night Bus: To be scheduled.
There is no cost to ride the bus. All riders receive a $10 free slot play on their Player’s card. The bus will take you to either Wild Horse or Lone Butte Casino. Bingo players must go to Lone Butte. Slots can be played at either casino. Mondays are Wild Horse Casino’s Senior Day, so if you go there you can get a $5 food coupon at their Players Club, in addition to the $10 free slot play.
The bus run originates at Sundance 1 RV Resort. Please bring a picture ID and your Player’s card. The Day Bus leaves the Activity Office at 10:00 a.m., pickup at Fairways will be a few minutes later. The bus will get back at approximately 4:30 p.m. The Night Bus will leave the Activity Office at 4:00 p.m. and return at approximately 10:30 p.m.
A sign-up sheet will be available in the Sundance1 RV Resort Activity Office.
For more information, please contact Dianne Felker .
WE NEED TO HAVE AT LEAST 25 PEOPLE SIGNED UP BY THE PREVIOUS WEDNESDAY, SO SIGN UP EARLY AND PLEASE WRITE LEGIBLY.
The Sundance Quilters are busy preparing for the Annual Quilt Show on February 25. It will be held in the Hole in the Wall from 9am to 3pm. A delicious lunch will be available for purchase. The menu will be Hamburgers or Brats.
This years raffle quilt is a beautiful Southwestern design with 2 matching pillows. Tickets are available in the sewing room and at the Monday morning Koffee Klatch. Tickets are $1 each or $5 for 6 OR $10 for a full Yard of Tickets (18). Proceeds from the raffle will go to support Sundance Quilters projects, programs, and charities. The drawing for the raffle will take place at 4pm on February 25 following the Quilt Show.
There will also be many items available for purchase . We have quilts, table runners, purses, bags and small craft items. Come and see the many beautiful items and vote on your favorites. There will also be many of our charity quilts on display.
Jeanette & Leslie