December 2016 Smoke Signal

From the Manager’s desk…

Hope everyone’s Thanksgiving was wonderful.  As usual, the kitchen did a great job.  Have you all had an opportunity to check out the meals the kitchen is cooking?  Whether it is breakfast, lunch or a special evening meal, the food is always scrumpdillyicious!

Now, onto the Christmas Holiday.  So many activities planned.  I hope you all take advantage of what the park has to offer.  Sue and her Team work very hard to ensure you all have a great, fun-filled winter.  Don’t forget the park offers prizes to the best decorated site.  So, put on the Christmas music, get out those decorations, put on your decorating hat, and DECORATE!  DECORATE!  DECORATE!   All voting ballots  need to be turned in on or before Dec 21.

Just remember all unwanted items need to be placed in the dumpsters and not outside the dumpsters.  If your unwanted items can be recycled, please place them in the appropriate recycle bin.  Recently, a Casa Grande Landfill information sheet was placed in everyone’s mailbox, explaining what and where you can take any unwanted items.  The Casa Grande Landfill accepts many items, but they also have some exceptions.  A map to the landfill is also on the flyer.  Keep this flyer, as you may need to make a run to the landfill at the end of the winter season.

Over the summer, the parking area in front of the office and near the pull thru RV sites became a One-Way Road.  All vehicles, bicycles & golf carts included, need to drive in the direction of the arrows.  Speed limit is 15 MPH-please obey!

Remember, parking on the gravel at your Park Model site is not allowed.  If you have sufficient space (without infringing on your neighbor) and wish to modify your area by adding pavers or additional concrete, please submit a site modification request.

I would like to take this time to wish each and every one of you a very blessed Merry Christmas and a joyous New Year!

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Sundance RC Drivers

The Race is on!  Races are happening every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1:30 P.M. Some people ask what speed the cars reach on the track and thanks to one of the members who brought a radar gun, we now know.  The cars can reach speeds of 38 MPH on the track!

For any new members looking for some setup tips or for non-racers that may be interested in getting involved with this activity we will be holding a clinic at the track on Tuesday, December 6th at 2:00 PM.

There will also be a dedicated race day for the ladies.  Tuesday Dec 13th at 2:00 PM

Tim Frost

Mark Your Calendar !!!!


Sunday, January 29, 2017

Sign up sheets will be in the Activity Office in early January.

Please come and join us and meet your fellow Canadians.

BYOB and your table service.

Contact:  Joanne Frost  or  Anita Kuzyk


The December meeting will be on the 18th from 3-05PM. Bring a $5 gift to exchange. We will have a pot luck; there will be a sign up sheet. Please pay yearly dues of $3 at the meeting.

We will talk again about what to do as outings this season.

Thanks, Darcus Arnold, Secretary


Our library is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your reading enjoyment. We are a lending library not an exchange library. We will take donated books in good condition. We are no longer receiving any DCs, DVD’s, audio tape, or videos, as we no longer have a room for them. Please take all magazines to the laundry room. We are in need of library volunteers. If you are able to set aside one day a week to check on the Library needs, please sign up in the Activities office. Enjoy your reading experience this season.

Angel Tree…

The Angel Tree is now up in the Activities Office. The ages of the children are 5-12. This is a charity, here in Casa Grande, called the Seeds of Hope and their mission is to help out the neediest of those who reside here.

At Sundance we are helping children have a better Christmas, so, with that, I am asking that you get your classes, groups, clubs, and neighborhoods together , collect what you can, pick a name off the tree and , either get the things on the card, or call me and I will do it for you. We have 36 names on the tree and 700+ stalls in our park. Please help me help these children.

Thank you.

Lynn Wiewior

Writing Your Life Story

This group will not be starting until Wednesday, January 4, 2017.  It will be from 1:30 to 3:00 in the Hang Out Room.  Many suggestions will be given on how to start.  Meeting weekly and hearing others stories will spur you on to write a story of your own life.  Don’t you wish that your parents or grandparents had written their story or at least some of it?  Don’t tarry!  Come and start your story for the benefit of later generations!

Questions?  Contact Evelyne Heringer,or Janice Parker

Thought for the Day….

 Try to be the RAINBOW in someone’s cloud

Friday Night Sabbath…

Anyone caring to join us for Shabbos on Fridays at 6:30 PM, please contact me. Looking forward to hearing from you

Lenore Smith

Sunday Church with Pastor Scott…

The Non-Denominational church services will begin the first Sunday in November .   All are invited to attend.

Services begins at 8:30 am in the Hole in the Wall.

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Upcoming Events … Mark your favorite events so you don’t miss out!!!

Jan 6 – Country Store – 9-Noon

Jan 7 – Card Sale-9am—2pm

Jan 7 – Dance with Dakota Kid

Jan 11 – Wild Man Phil Program – 7pm

Jan 12 – Organ Stop Tag-a-Long – 1:30 meal

Jan 14-Welcome Back—1-3pm

Jan 14 – Dance with the Campbell Brothers

Jan 17 – Hale Theater Tag-a-Long

Jan 18 – IN/IL Potluck – 4:30-6:30pm

Jan 20 – Sundance Happy Daze Program – 7pm

Jan 21-CO/NE Potluck—11:30am

Jan 21 – Dance with Dick Anderson – 7pm

Jan 22 – Great SW Radio Theater – 2pm

Jan 25 – Spaghetti Fundraiser – Pool Room 5pm

Jan 28 – Dance with the 8 Tracks

Jan 29 – Canadian Potluck


Feb 1 & 2 – Adventureland Workampers

Feb 3 – Country Store – 9-Noon

Feb 3 – Movie Night – 6:30pm –

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

Feb 10 – Senior Expo – 9-10:30am

Feb 11 – Western Days

Feb 12 – Iowa Potluck – 4-6pm

Feb 14 – Valentine’s Dinner Show – 7pm

Feb 15 – New Image Fashion Show – 9-2pm

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 – 2pm

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 5 – Shuffleboard Potluck – 1-3pm

Mar 8 – WI Potluck – 4:45-6pm

Mar 9 – Sundance Variety Show – 7pm

Mar 10—Blood Drive-12-4pm

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

From the Mail Room…

WE NEED YOUR HELP! The mail and packages coming in is unreal and it isn’t December yet! PLEASE use your site numbers on all mail and return addresses. We get casino and catalog mail daily—with about 10% with site #’s. Some incorrect numbers . Also, the mail room is small, please pick up your mail and packages in a timely manner. Thank you all.

Betty Radke, mail room

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From Sue’s Desk…

 Welcome December!! Now that the majority of you have returned to Sundance 1 for the winter season, it’s time to join us by attending the events and activities planned with you in mind. During the holiday season, we will be having dances, a patio sale, our annual Sundance Christmas program, a blood drive, and more.   Merry Christmas!

Dec 2—Country Store—9-Noon

Dec 2—Fundraiser for Cancer Support Group—2PM

Dec 2—Parade Float Preview in the Park 5PM

Dec 3—Patio Sale—8am—Noon

Dec 3—Casa Grande Electric Light Parade—5PM ish

Dec 7—Pet Photos with Cactus Jack—1-3PM

Dec 8—Dillard’s VIP Day—9:30 AM

Dec 12—New Image Fashion Sales—9AM-2PM

Dec 16—Sundance Christmas Program—7PM

Dec 19—Casino Bus—10AM

Dec 19—Sky Med Presentation & Meal—4PM

Dec 24—Jesus’ Birthday Party – 2PM

Dec 24—Christmas Eve dinner & gift exchange—5PM

Dec 25—Christmas Day Pot Luck—4pm

Dec 30—Blood Drive—1-4PM

Dec 31—Non-alcoholic NYE Party 7PM

Dec 31—NYE Dance with Bunky—8PM

Sundance 1 RV Resort

December Dance Schedule

Dec 10—Dale Heinle

Dec 17—The 4-50’s

$8 in advance – $9 at the door

Dec 31—NYE with Bunky

$15 in advance/$20 at the door

$3 at the door

We’ll be having our “Best Decorated” park model and RV’s contest beginning Dec 1. Ballots will be placed in your mail box. You can vote for your choice of the best decorated park model and best decorated RV.. The due date for returning the ballots to Activities is Dec 21, 2016. Let’s light up our homes in the super Sundance fashion!

We’ll be previewing our Christmas float throughout the park on Friday evening, Dec 2. Please keep an eye out for us as we go by your home. You’ll hear us coming —- that’s for sure!!

Please remember to wear your name badges when attending park activities and events or while in the office complex.

Our patio sale is scheduled for Dec 3 from 8-Noon. This is the perfect time to sell or give away your unwanted items. Be sure to get your balloons in the Activities Office to designate your site.

Our annual Christmas Show is Friday, Dec 16 at 7PM. Our choir will be singing, skits will entertain you, and our nativity scene promises to leave you in the Christmas spirit. The show fee remains at $1 plus a non-perishable food item. Refreshments will be served following the program.

Be a Hero! Save a Life!! Please donate blood when the United Blood Services comes to Sundance on Dec 30 from 1-4 PM in the Hole in the Wall.

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  We hope everyone had a great summer and will have a great winter season here at Sundance & we so look forward to seeing you all. Our trips are booked & ready for us. Our signup sheets are on the wall in activities on the right hand side after entering the front door. We will have flyers for every trip booked at our site #117 so you may come by & get any flyers of interest to you or call us. We will also have flyers available for you at Mon. morning coffee @ 8:30 & at the Country Store the 1st. Friday each month.


Dec. 10th. CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS. at Dream City Church in Cave Creek at 7PM.

This is a beautiful Broadway production along with Orchestra & so very, very much more. Located on a huge property with so much to see & do. Price is $64 per person including roundtrip bus transportation, taking you to the door & picking you up at the door after the show plus tickets & reserved seating. Cut OFF DATE IS NOV. 23RD.

Jan. 13-16TH. 4 Day 3 nite Trip to Lake Havasu, Balloon Fest staying overnite. The next day, 14th., leave around 1pm. for 2 nites in Laughlin at Edgewater Casino on the river. The price is $255 per person dbl occ. includes round trip transportation & luggage handling, room for 1 nite in Havasu & 2 nites in Laughlin (1 choice buffet per person). Cut off date is Dec. 15th.

Feb .27th-Mar 2th. 4 day 3 nites. Las Vegas staying @ the 4 Queens located downtown on Freemont st. The price is $185 per person dbl occ., includes room for 3 nites, round trip transportation. Luggage handling & 1 fun book per room. Always is a fun trip. Cut off date Jan. 25th.

Mar. 20-23rd. 4 day 3 nites ROCKY POINT MEXICO STAYING @ THE PLAYA BONITA HOTEL (AMERICAN OWNED) on the beach. Price is $265 per person dbl occ. , includes room for 3 nites, roundtrip transportation, luggage handling & continental breakfast ( cut of date Feb. 13th..We welcome people from outside of Sundance to go with us but they must signup with phone number so we can contact us. These all are great trips with many optional things available to do. Come and travel with us, we have lots of fun.

Tale Care & God Bless, The Beaches

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Stretch & Strength Classes (chair yoga) …

There are many changes.

Hope you all had a great summer & hope to be a little cooler here soon. The class is up and running. There is no charge for the class, so if you are new & would like to join us, come along & see what it is all about. We are now using the Hole in the Wall on  Mon. & Wed. @ 10:30 to 11:30 AM.

Take care & God Bless.  Terry

Community Service…

The Casa Grande Lions Club is a very active group comprised of Winter Visitors or members from the U.S. or Canadian Lions Clubs who would like to assist the local club with service activities. WE SERVE.

Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at the American Legion Post 8, 713 N. Park Ave.

Contact Jim Bradfield at Sundance or Cheryl Seat (club sec’y)

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 to either play or join the audience to enjoy..

John Thalman


Welcome again to all shuffleboard players. Our shuffleboards are in great condition for all our winter visitors to enjoy. Scheduled play is Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday & Friday at 9:30 with Tuesday being bowling pin shuffle. Mon. Wed. & Fri. is regular shuffleboard you play for yourself. Tuesday bowling pin shuffle is a team event with all the yellow against all the black this is really a fun time, lots of cheering and encouraging your team. The shuffleboards are there for anyone to play anytime. The cost .50 per person to play it’s on your honor put money in jar in shed. For new people if you don’t know the game and want to learn ask we will teach you. The boards need proper care prior to play and taken care of after play, we will teach you that also, just ask. We will be having our annual shuffleboard tournament starting Monday ,Feb. 20th if you need to plan ahead with any play in needed on Fri., Feb 17 We are a fun loving group come out and enjoy we have a great time. Joe Hess




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Cactus Needles News…

Please join us on Monday mornings from 10 am – noon in the Hang Out Room if you are interested in knitting, crocheting, crow hooking, or using a loom to make hats, scarves, blankets and teddy bears for charity.  We have easy patterns and lots of donated yarn – all you need to bring are your needles, skills and ideas.

NOTE:  The following dates we are not able to meet in the Hang Out Room due to scheduling conflicts for that space:  December 12, January 9, January 30, February 27, and March 13.  Watch the Friday Flyer for meeting locations for those dates – could be the pool area!  Karen Fulner

The Gate…

It is an exciting time of the year, as more and more people are starting to arrive at Sundance for the winter! I hope everyone had a wonderful summer and are looking forward to catching up with friends and joining in the fun activities at the park. If you are interested in participating as a volunteer at the gate, we are always welcoming new people! Volunteering with the gate is a great way to meet new people and learn more about the daily activity around the park. Please sign up in the activity office

Laurie Biberdorf

Computer Room…

The computer lab is open Monday thru Friday 9AM till Noon and 1PM till 3:45PM depending on available monitors. We are currently short 3 monitors. If you would like to volunteer please sign up in the activities office. No experience is needed – the monitor is simply responsible for opening and closing the room, being present in the lab for 3 hours, and a little bit of paper work. Any resident of Sundance 1 can use the computer lab for a small fee. $1.00 per day or you can join the club for $20. First year and only $10 per year thereafter.

Line Dancing…

Want to learn Line Dancing?  Now is the time to start.  We have a class for beginners only every Tuesday from 1 to 3pm.  The dances taught are strictly for beginners.  I will help you focus on the different steps and counts.  So if you like dancing you will LOVE Line Dancing. (No partner required)

Then every Thursday from 1 to 1:30 we have warm ups, just to go over certain steps you might have trouble with. 1:30 to 2:30 we continue with the beginner class and 2:30 to 3:30 it’s the intermediate dance class.  The fee for the day remains the same $1 for park residents and $2 for out of park visitors.

Dancing is fun and good for you, come and join us.

Mickie Westrick


Our Bingo machine is close to being paid for, we will be doing some fundraising over the next few months and would love your support.  We will be doing different gift baskets and they will be displayed in the Activities Office, at Bingo and at Monday morning meetings.  The usual ticket price will be $1 each or 6 for $5.  Help support your activities by purchasing tickets for anyone or all of the available baskets.  We will begin with 2, one with a golf theme the other New Years Eve.   There will be others a bit later.

Also under news, I will be leaving Bingo after this year, I would LOVE to train someone for my volunteer position. It is an easy job, you set up for Bingo, on Tues., do a small amount of paperwork on Wed. and you are done.  Ordering supplies as needed. PLEASE VOLUNTEER FOR THIS POSITION EARLY to Sue Valentine in Activities or to myself.  The sooner the better so you will feel comfortable next season.

Karen Deen

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Photo Club…

The photo club is a group of amateur photographers from Sundance 1 that get together a couple of times a month to compare ideas and try to improve our photography skills. We have a new photo challenge for each meeting. The next challenge is titled “rocks” – take a picture of whatever you think that word might mean and bring it (on a flash drive or SD card) to the next meeting – Saturday Dec. 3, 10:00AM till noon in the gambling room. All skill levels are welcome.


Time to start another season, we play Monday  Wednesday Friday 9:15 to 11:00 we use handicapped scores so everyone has a chance to win, see you at the courts, horseshoe are available at the pits !!! Thank you. Don


The Ceramics shop is open with lots of greenware ready to purchase.  The shop is equipped with everything you need to do a project.  Come in and check it out.   The shop is open from 9:00 to 4:00 Monday through Saturday. Thank you, Shari Seidel

Let’s Hula !

Mele Kalikimaka ! A very Merry Christmas season to all ! Please join me for a one-hour special hula class on Wednesday, December 7 from 11a.m. til noon at the HW. You will learn a simple hula to the Christmas song, “White Christmas”. Hope to see you there! You can sign up for this class and also our weekly hula classes that start Jan. 4 on the flyers on the wall in the Activities Office. Beginners are always welcome !   Priscella

*** ALOHA ***

Sewing Room… We are open and ready for you!  User fees for the sewing room remain the same as last year – $10 for the season or $1/day and $10 for storage space in the locked cabinets in the sewing room.   Our room is open from 8:30-4:00, depending on availability of room monitors.    Our charity sew days are the 2ND TUESDAY of every month, same as last year and everyone is encouraged to participate.  Lets all work together to help others in our extended community who have great needs and to show our Sundance friends we are thinking of them too.  The December class schedule is posted on the bulletin board in the sewing room.  Come on in and check out the class samples, meet some new and old friends, and learn a new pattern.  Our next luncheon will be on MONDAY, DECEMBER 19 at 11:30 am.  Tickets for the luncheon cost $6.50 and may be purchased from Debbie Lewis or Sharon Sterk in the quilt room.  Exact change is appreciated!  We always have great door prizes, inspiring show and tell of our finished projects, and a good time at these luncheons.  The quilt show will be on FEBRUARY 25, 2017 and the Pool Party is on MARCH 1, 2017.   Everyone is invited to come and be a part of a great season of sewing

Debbie Lewis

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The pickleball courts are getting busier as more folks arrive. Just show up on the courts between 8:00 and 10 AM, ready to play. We have a system to mix players after each game, so you’ll meet other players and have some interesting matches. The more competitive players play on the North courts and the recreational players on the south courts.  Balls are provided on the courts, and the Activities Office has paddles you may check out. There is a $10 Seasonal Activity Fee for use of the courts and balls. The fee is payable in cash to Cindy Litke, Treasurer, at Site #662, or in her mailbox (preferable).

Introductory lessons are taught by Kathy Schmidt on Mondays, beginning December 5th from 9:00- 10:00 AM. She will have paddles available at the courts for the lessons. Bruce and Shelley Foreman have some fun events planned for this season: The Shoot-Out runs from Jan. 5th – March 23rd. More information to follow about “Speed Pickleball” and “King of the Hill”.

The next meeting/Pot Luck is Wednesday, December 7th from 4:00-6:00 PM in the Card Room. Be sure to put this on your calendar.  For more information, contact Allen Wallbank or Sassy Skinner

Bible Study…

This season’s Bible Study will start on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. in the Hang Out room. We will be studying the series, “That The World May Know”. People today may not know the world and the people of the Bible, their geographical, historical and cultural context, so this video series begins with Volume 1, “Promised Land”. This was the area in which God’s people were to serve Him faithfully as the world watched. The Hebrews were to reveal the one true God, Yahweh, to the world.

Is that our mission in today’s world? Come join us as we search the scriptures, see the land of Israel in the video and learn more about God’s plan for this world.

Study books may be purchased for $8.00. Contact Shari Andersen.


All veterans from Sundance and Fairways are invited to join us on Monday, December 12 from 10AM to noon. This month’s meeting will be held at the Fairways clubhouse.


Genealogy …

Do you have a curious mind? Ever wonder where you came from? Do you want to find out about your ancestors? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you will want to come and check out our Genealogy class. We will have programs, a workshop, and roundtable discussions. We have something for everyone. We meet every Wednesday from 10 to 11:00/11:30 in the new Gambling room. For all you beginners, you will also have the opportunity to get help from seasoned members on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Hope to see you there.

Lynn Olson

Jeanette Keyes

The Town Council…

The Sundance Town Council held its monthly meeting on 9-November. Current members are Erick Ayres, Paul Brown, George Jueckstock, Sheila Keyman, Paul Knap, Alice Neuok, and John Walton. Introductions were shared around the table between Council members, Judy Dickson (new Park Manager) and John Thalman (new Assistant Manager). Initial foundation was laid facilitating a close working relationship between all. A complete set of minutes of this meeting is available in the activities office if you desire to review the details. If you have any suggestions/concerns that you think might make Sundance a better place to live please speak with one of the Town Council members 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.

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Painters and Zentanglers …

Zentangle and Painting Group meets Thursdays in the Hang-Out Room 9:30am—3:30pm. If you are interested in learning, we will schedule introduction and beginners classes. No previous art experience needed. Anyone can learn this art form. Materials to start this class are simply a sketch book (any size), pencil and black ink pen. Simple and inexpensive, but addictive!

The painting group meets at the same time. We have all levels of talent working with oil, acrylics, water color, ink, color pencil, etc. Anyone is welcome to join us.

If you are new to Tangling or need help getting started, please contact me for more information.

Cheri O’Brien




 Day Bus:    Dec. 19th, Jan 9 and 30th, 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


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Welcome Pool Players for the 2016-2017 season.

This season we are starting with 6 brand new Olhausen Grand Champion Pool tables. These are some of best quality tables money can buy. They are not imports but are made in the USA. The pool players would like to thank the McGavin family for listening to our concerns about the old tables and making this purchase. The McGavin family went even further and totally remodeled the pool room. I believe that there isn’t another pool room in any other RV Resort that can compare to ours in quality of tables and décor. Remember that these tables are meant to be used so everyone is welcome to use the pool room – beginners to experts. There are a few basic rules, only refreshments allowed are BOTTLED WATER.   NO FOOD OF ANY KIND.

When braking, use the cloth under the Cue Ball to brake, the cloth can be found in the corner pocket. After playing, place the cue stick chalk back onto the chalk holder on the wall, all pool balls into the pockets and cover the table and place all cue sticks back on the rack.

Just a reminder—the annual SPAGHETTI FUNDRAISER will be on January 25th. For further information on ticket sales, contact Dave Sutterfield.

We hold an open 1 & 115 Sundance RV Tournament every Monday morning and an 8 Ball Tournament every Thursday—both start at 9AM sharp! A donation of 50 cents per player is required for the POOL HALL FUND, so come join us and have fun. These are the results of the tournaments held at the end of October and November.

27 October 2016—8 Ball

1st—Greg Beels 2nd—Dennis Mahagan 3rd—Tony Lau

31 October 2016—1-15 pool

1st—Max Zallar tied for 2nd—Dennis Mahagan & Dave Lund   3rd—Greg Beels

3 November 2016—8 Ball

1st—Dennis Mahaagan   2nd—Max Zallar & Bob Christie   3rd—Tony Lau

7 November 2016

1-15 pool\1st—Glen Oldorf   2nd—Harvey Olender, tied for 3rd—Rick Aberson & Tony Lau

10 November 2016—8 Ball

1st—Bob Christie   2nd—Greg Beels   tied for 3rd—Dave Rowan and Tony Lau

14 November 2016 1-15 Pool

Section 1 Winners

1st—Rick Aberson,   tied for 2nd Max Zallar & Dave Rowan   3rd—Dennis Mahagan

Section 2 Winners

Tied for 1st—Harvey Olender & Jim Moreton   2nd—Bob Christie   3rd—Jim Eaton

17 November 2016—8 Ball

1st—Bud Drake   2nd—Dave Rowan   3rd—Max Zallar   4th Greg Beels