9am-Noon – Country Store
6:30 – Electric Jammers – 60/70 Rock N’ Roll
8-Noon – Sundance Patio Sale
8-Noon – Blood Drive – Gamblin’ Room
7-10p – Dance with Come Back Buddy
The final Country Store of the season is today, Friday, March 2 from 9 to Noon in the Hole in the Wall. Scads of vendors to choose from! This will be a perfect time to purchase those must-have items. Coffee and donuts and lunch available for purchase. See you there!
60’s/70’s Rock and Roll Show – Friday, March 2nd at 6:30pm in the Hole in the Wall. Don’t miss the final show of the season put on by Sundance’s own Electric Jammers.
VIP Seating will be reserved for those who dress up with another Fashion Show at the break. A Sing Along section will also be reserved for those that really want to get into the show.
A $1 donation at the door to help purchase sound equipment is appreciated.
Have you missed our Saturday night dances? Put your dancin’ shoes on and enjoy the music of Come Back Buddy on March 3 from 7-10pm in the Hole in the Wall. We’ll bring memories of Buddy Holly and Peggy Sue!! Tickets are $8 in advance and $9 at the door.
Sundance Blood Drive is scheduled for Mar 3 and the sign up sheet is in the Activities Office. United Blood Services will be here from 8-Noon in the Gamblin’ Room.
Hungry? We have tickets available for the following:
Mar 6 – Salisbury Steak lunch – $6
Attention Show & Tell Participants…Please let the Activity Office know how many tables you and/or your group will need for the March 9 show.
Reminder: ATV/off road vehicles are only to be driven from your site to out of the park. Please! Do not use 4 wheelers to drive within the park.
From the Park Manager, Judy Dickson
Please NO HOUSEHOLD TRASH in the BATHROOMS. All Trash from Sites need to go to the dumpsters. Thank you.
FIBER OPTIC: At this time, there is no plan to trench for fiber optic. The company who is installing the fiber optic is looking at other options. Thank you.
REMINDER: NO PATIO/CARPORT SALES EXCEPT FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 3RD. After Saturday, carports/patios/decks need to be maintained to a neat appearance – no clutter/stored containers/indoor furniture. Thank you.
From the Activity Director, Sue Valentine
Personal tools including a complete socket set are missing from a maintenance worker while he was on the job by the front gate. If you found them, please return to the office as soon as possible. Thank you.
It’s spring break time of the year. As a reminder, the pool is open to children under the age of 18 from 12:30 to 2pm and again from 4-6pm. All guests must be accompanied by a resident and no kids under 18 are allowed in the Hot Tub. Enjoy the pool!
It is Variety Show time!! On Thursday, March 8 at 7pm, your friends and neighbors will be entertaining you with song, dance, humor, and skits. You’ll not want to miss this fun evening. $1 at the door will be donated to the Casa Grande Cancer Treatment Center. Doors will open at 6:30 and we hope to see you there!
We need you!! It’s almost time for Western Days on March 10. All the signup sheets are in the Activity Office and are ready for your name. The events are Fast Walk Relay, Bicycle Challenge, Paper Airplane Throw, Chair Volleyball, Golf Cart Rodeo, Poker Run, and yard games Giant Jenga and Bean Bag Toss. Of course, you’ll still be able to guess the number of candy in the jar. Music and lunch will be from 11:30 to 1pm. You must wear your name badge!!
Pickleball News – The pickleball courts will be closed for cleaning this coming Thursday, March 8th from 1:00-4:00PM. The “Skills Practice Session” will be cancelled for this day because of the court cleaning.
Wisconsin Potluck – Wednesday, March 7th from 4:30 to 6:00PM in the Hole in the Wall. Please bring your own beverage, place setting and a dish to pass. The sign up sheet is in the Activities Office.
Hope to see all old and new friends. Any questions, contact: Cheryl Low #304 or Barb Hesselink #254.
Correction to the Weekly Events Schedule – All Veteran’s meeting are on the second Monday of each month alternating between Sundance and Fairways. The March meeting is Monday, Mar 12 at Sundance in the Hang Out Room at 10am.
Right Path Health Screening has rescheduled for March 17 from 9am-6:15pm in the Gamblin’ Room.
The Hiking Group plans to continue hiking into March! On Wednesday, March 7th we will hike the Hieroglyphic Trail near Gold Canyon, AZ. We will meet in front of Activities and leave at 7am.
If you have been thinking you’d like to join us but want a shorter hike, this is the one for you! It is 2.9 miles out and back; rated easy; and has really cool petroglyphs (and maybe small waterfalls) at the end. For more information contact Deb Johnson in 684.
Sundance 1 Genealogy meeting was held Feb 28th with a drawing for a DNA KIT. The winner was Bernie Dalelio from Fairways RV Resort. Congratulations, Bernie!
Mar 7th meeting will be Lynn Olson presenting researching on FamilySearch.org. She will have some interesting features to help you find some answers on your research. Bring your computer so you can follow along with Lynn. Everyone is welcome to attend.
March 9th is a genealogy meeting sponsored by the Vista Grande Library located at Arizola and Cottonwood at 10am.
Mar 14 and 28 will be beginners classes.
There will be meetings the 1st 2 weeks in April
THANK YOU to the Readin’ Room volunteers who have worked o hard to reorganize the library. Thanks also, to John and Dennis from maintenance for moving day help. CHEERS for a job well done! Additionaly, THANK YOU to Burl Partridge for volunteering to keep the library open during the summer so that year round residents can continue its use.
Please remember, we appreciate your donated books and puzzles but we do not have room for cookbooks or travel brochures and maps.
Come see the library soon! You will find it free and easy.
Sundance Elections ~ Monday March 5th
The town council of Sundance RV Park is an elected group of 7 members formed to be the liaison between the paying residents of the park and the Sundance RV 1 Park management. They meet November through March, with the park management, hearing what is new for the park and sharing thoughts and requests they have received from fellow residents. There is not one particular person who represents a particular organization or personal agenda but rather each member works for the good of the entire park.
This year we have 8 candidates running for 5 open positions. They are Erick Ayres, Betty Bougsty, Deb Gonzalez, George Jueckstock, Sharon Olivo, Ron Swanigan, Terry Turner and Alan Wallbank. The top vote getter will receive a 3 year term, the next 4 will represent you for 2 years and the person receiving the 6th most votes will be considered an alternate to serve if someone cannot fulfill a term. You will have an opportunity to meet the candidates and learn a little about them at Mondays morning meeting, March 5th at 8:30 in the hole in the wall.
Our election will be this Monday, March 5th from 9:15 until noon, in the hangout room. To vote a resident must pay rent to Sundance 1 RV Resort for a minimum of three months and reside in the park on the day elections are held. If you are unable to make it to the hangout room on Monday there will be absentee ballots available on Saturday, March 3rd, from 10 to 3 at sites 257 and 439.
Our Weight Watchers leader announced that the last meeting of the 12 week session is Mar 7. If there are 15 people who would like to continue thru end of Mar or early April, the weekly sessions may continue for $104 for 8 weeks but you need to attend the Mar 7 meeting to sign up and commit. On a happy note, it was announced that the group has lost 182.5 pounds!!
I ordered 2000 lbs. of Chinese soup. It was Won Ton.