Sundance 1 RV Resort
From the Manager’s Desk –
Happy New Year and Welcome to 2020! Will it be a Repeat of the Roaring 20’s?
We hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas & a festive New Year – whether you were here at the park or spent the holiday with family elsewhere.
The 2 Old Dudes made our delicious hams for Christmas and the Prime Rib dinner for New Year’s Eve. We are truly blessed to have them here at Sundance!!
Our park is getting fuller every day and soon we will be at capacity. We ask that everyone remember to the speed limit is 15 mph in the park and that goes for all types of transportation – trucks, cars, motorcycles, golf carts and bicycles!! Also be extra careful when pulling out of your driveways and going thru intersections as there are an increase of walkers on the roads too.
The front office hours will be changing to 9 am – 4 pm Monday thru Friday starting January 2nd. The Post Office Hours will remain 9 am – 3 pm Monday thru Friday and 10:30 am – 12:30 PM on Saturday. Mail & Packages can only be retrieved during Mailroom open hours. For after hours, in the case of medical emergency ONLY, by the Mailroom employees (Mike & Stacy) or the Managers (Tom & Kate). There are new procedures in place for picking up packages and the rule must be adhered to by everyone.
Deb has planned another month filled with all kinds of entertainment and activities for everyone to get involved in. Be sure to stop by the Activities office to check out what’s all happening and get yourself signed up!!
As a little reminder from Tom – January is a good time to change the battery in your smoke and carbon dioxide alarms – better to be safe than sorry – it only takes a few minutes and could save a life!
We are so pleased y’all have chosen to spend time here at Sundance for your winter getaway!!
Again – we wish you a very blessed New Year!
Kate & Tom Ebert – Managers
Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.
For all emergencies medical or fire related please call 911. Have another person call 520-426-9662 to reach the main office during business hours or the host during non-business hours. Sundance no longer owns their own phone lines and any rooms that had a phone number is no longer valid.
We have 2 AEDs (automated external defibrillator) in the Sundance community. One is in the laundry room (SD1) and the other is now located in the Ranch House (SD2) in the work out room.
Please keep in mind that we are a scent free park. Many residents and guests do have medical challenges that may be triggered by a fragrance. It doesn’t matter if you’re indoors or out, the sensitivity is still there and we certainly don’t want anyone to have a medical emergency. You will be asked to leave an event, so you can remove your perfume or cologne. Thank you for your cooperation.
Room calendars, current month calendars, weekly and Ranch House schedules are in labeled trays in Activities. We do update them periodically so do make sure you have the most current version that is available. Our Dance/Entertainment schedule through March is available as well.
Safety first! When walking at night, please use a flashlight so others can see you. Dark clothing, dark nights and limited lighting doesn’t work in your favor when walking. Our traffic and population are increasing and we want everyone to have a safe season.
Join us every Monday 8:30am sharp at the Hole in the Wall for the Sundance Round Up Meeting. The meeting is for all residents and guests who want to learn more about what is happening in the park. Often, we have a speaker who will give a short presentation about their services they have available to us. Coffee, tea, and morning munchies are available. Whether you’re a long timer at the park or a short timer, please to join us.
Name badge…. why do I need to wear it? A name badge is a very important piece of your attire believe it or not! We have many new residents and staff that would like to know your name and this is a great way to get to know you. Should you become ill or incapacitated your name badge helps us identify you and locate your spouse, significant other or friend. Many of our activities require you to wear one in order to participate. So please, wear your name badge to help us help you and as always, thank you.
Activities sells clothing, ice, individual stamps, tickets for food and various events, we have quarters for laundry, name and guest badges, and much, much more! The Lost & Found bin is located in our office and is overflowing already. Please check the bin if you notice you’re missing clothing or other types of apparel. At the end of the season we will donate all unclaimed items.
Did you know that you can sign up for emails from Sundance 1 RV Resort? Google Sundance 1 RV Resort and click on the link which will open our web page. Scroll down to the bottom and enter your full email and click subscribe. You should receive an email from Sundance 1 RV Resort, open the email and click to activate the subscription. You should receive emails of posts after that. We are aware that some subscribers don’t receive the activation email and that problem is being looked into. Do be sure to check your junk/spam mail boxes as well. You can read all posts by clicking on “NEWS” on the main page. There is a calendar as well at the bottom of the main page that highlights events in the park.
We hope to see everyone at the Welcome Back on Sat. Jan.11 at 11am-1pm at the Hole in the Wall. This is a great opportunity to learn about the different activities you can learn to do. We have many talented individuals in our community that create beautiful pieces on wood, stone, glass, ceramics, fabric and more. There are several clubs that are always looking for new members or participants. 2 Old Dudes will have their tasty cinnamon rolls available too.
If you’re interested in travel, Tami Weber has her business card in Activities for your convenience. There is also a binder on the counter in Activities with travel options and she welcomes suggestions on where everyone would like to visit.
Representatives from Adventureland will be here on Thu. Jan. 30, 9:15am-3pm for anyone interested in a summer work camping position(s). They usually set up outdoors by the Hole in the Wall for interviews.
The list below doesn’t include all events.
Highlighted January Events
Fri. Jan. 03– 7am-1pm-Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes serving breakfast & lunch. Country Store 9am-12pm at the Hole in the Wall. Great time to find treasures and support crafters and small businesses.
Sat. Jan. 04– 2 Old Dudes Breakfast 7-10am Hole in the Wall. Tickets in Activities. $5.50 All you can eat Pancakes (blueberry or buttermilk) & coffee. $6.75 Full Breakfast (2 pancakes, 2 eggs, hashbrowns, bacon, sausage & coffee. We need a minimum 30 tickets sold for breakfast to take place.
7-10pm-Hole in the Wall – Reflectones Band $10 advance $11 at door.
Tue. Jan. 07- 2 Old Dudes Taco Salad Tuesday. 4-6pm Hole in the Wall. $7.25 Tickets on sale in Activities.
Wed. Jan. 08– 2-3pm-Hole in the Wall – Casino Night Meeting
4-6pm-Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes Dinner. Tickets in Activities.
$12 Grilled Chicken & Blackened Shrimp on bed of mushrooms & green peppers, green beans & dessert. A minimum of 30 tickets need to be sold for this to dinner to take place.
Wed. Jan. 08-4-6:30pm-Hang Out Room – Skymed Pizza Party/Seminar. Sign up in Activities
Thu. Jan. 09-8:30am-12pm – Hang Out Room – Hearing Life Hearing Screenings
Fri. Jan. 10– 2 Old Dudes Fish Fry Dinner. Serving 3-6pm or until gone. $9.95 for regular dinner or $12.95 for All you can eat (no sharing please).
6:30-9pm – Hole in the Wall – Couples & Line Dance Practice
Sat. Jan. 11-11am-1pm – Hole in the Wall – Welcome Back. 2 Old Dudes will have their famous cinnamon rolls available.
7-10pm – Hole in the Wall – CC Collier $10 advance $11 at door
Sun. Jan. 12-1:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Honoring Our Veterans
Mon. Jan. 13-9:15am – Hang Out Room – Veteran’s Meeting @ Sundance
Mon./Tue. Jan.13-14 – Harmony Health will be parked out front.
Wed. Jan. 15-12-1pm – Hole in the Wall – Amazing Dental Lunch/Seminar. Sign up in Activities.
Fri. Jan. 17-7-10pm – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Musical Review
Sat. Jan 18-7-10pm – Hole in the Wall – Come Back Buddy Band $10 advance $11 at door
Sun. Jan 19-1-4pm – Hole in the Wall – Dreamation Décor Craft Day. Sign up Activities.
Tue. Jan 21-11:30-3pm – Hole in the Wall – New Image Lunch & Fashion Show. Purchase tickets in Activities by Tue. Jan. 14.
$4 Pint of soup (Choice of Cream of Broccoli or Chicken Noodle)
$7.50 Avocado or Tomato Stuffed with Chicken Walnut Salad
Wed. Jan. 22-1-3pm – Hole in the Wall – Casino Night Meeting
7-8:30pm – Hole in the Wall – William Florian Show $10 advance $11 at door.
Thu. Jan. 23-3:30pm – Hole in the Wall – 3:30pm set up 4-6pm IN/IL/OH Potluck
Fri. Jan. 24-7pm – Hole in the Wall – Movie
Sat. Jan. 25-10am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – Card & Gift Sale
7-10pm – Hole in the Wall – Soul Impressions (full band) $10 advance $11 at door.
Sun. Jan. 26-1:30pm – Hole in the Wall – 1:30pm Potluck set up. 3:30-6:30pm Canadian Potluck
Mon. Jan. 27– 8:30am-12pm – Hang Out Room – Hearing Life Hearing Screenings
Tue. Jan. 28– 9-11am – Hang Out Room – HAB Ticket Sales
Fri. Jan. 31– 12pm – Hole in the Wall – 12pm Casino Night set up. 6-9pm Casino Night. Beginning at 5:30pm 2 Old Dudes will have a tasty multi-item menu available. Shrimp basket, pulled pork sandwiches and more!
2 Old Dudes Sandwich Shack @ Sundance 1 RV Resort –
We’re serving breakfast and lunch 7am-1pm at the Country Store on Fri. Jan. 03. Breakfast will be served Sat. Jan 04, 7-10am at the Hole in the Wall. We do need a minimum of 30 tickets sold so buy your tickets now in Activities.
Tue. Jan. 07 is Taco Salad Tuesday. $7.25 at 4-7pm at the Hole in the Wall. Buy your tickets in Activities.
We are cooking on the outside grill, 4-6pm on Wed. Jan 8. Grilled chicken and blackened shrimp will be served on a bed of mushrooms and onions. Also included are green beans and dessert for $12. Buy your tickets in Activities. Due to the cost of this meal, we do need a minimum of 30 tickets sold for the dinner to take place. Fri. Jan. 10 is our Fish Fry. $9.95 for the regular meal and $12.95 for all you can eat 3-6pm. No tickets needed for this dinner. At the Welcome Back on Sat.Jan.11, we will have our delicious cinnamon rolls available. We are closed Tue. Jan.14 through Tue. Jan. 28 and we will see all of you at the end of January for Casino Night!
This 7am class meets rain or shine in Pool 1. We have men and women who attend faithfully and we welcome you to join us too. We also have the hot tub that is a wonderful reward after our workout. Remember there are other water exercises available after ours so do join any of them for a wonderful workout. Nancy B.
If you’re interested in learning to play Mah Jong, join us every Saturday in the Gambling Room 1:30-3:30pm.
Beginners Pinochle is going to be 3 sessions. Starting Saturday, Jan 25, 2nd class is Feb. 01 and final class is Feb.8th in the Gambling Room 1-3pm. If you’ve always wanted to learn, please feel free to join us. Sign up in Activities.
Calligraphy classes will be start on Thu. Jan. 16 1:30-3pm in the Hang Out Room. Class size is limited to 10 and there is a $12 material fee. Sign up in Activities.
Attention players! Bunco starts on Sat. Jan. 4 in the Hang Out Room 7-10pm. Everyone is invited and we are happy to show you how to play. If you need more info contact Ellie A. #278
Cactus Needles –
We meet every Monday from 10am to 12pm in the Hangout Room. If you like to knit, crochet or use a crow hook, you are invited to join this friendly group. We are currently working on hats for the local Head Start program and continue to work on hats, scarves, and blankets to donate to local charities. We have easy patterns and donated yarn to share with you, as you help make a difference in the community. Occasionally we may
have to move to the Pool 1 Patio, weather permitting, if the Hangout Room isn’t available.
Cans For Veterans –
Again this year we are collecting aluminum cans for the Veterans Group of Sundance and Fairways. We would prefer that they be crushed before placing them in the green container that is located behind our car. Thank you Paul & Sally B. #171
Casino Fun Bus –
We’re on a roll! The Fun Bus will be travelling to Wild Horse or Lone Butte Casino in Chandler on Wednesday, Jan.22, 2020. Bus leaves at 9:45am. sharp from Sundance and leaves the casino after the last game of Bingo which is approximately 3:15 pm. For $15 cash (non-refundable) at time of sign up you will get a $30 casino package. A minimum of 25 people are needed for the trip. Our past trips have filled up very quickly so do sign up by Tuesday, Jan. 14 in Activities and make sure you note which casino you would like to go to. Delpine Becker is the Coordinator and will have some fun things to do during your ride.
Casino Night –
We will be having two volunteer meetings in January. The first is Wed. Jan. 08 at 2pm and the second one is on Wed. Jan. 22 at 1pm, both are at the Hole in the Wall.
Donations are still needed! Please drop off any gently used or new items to Michelle T at SD2 #62.
Keep in mind that Casino night is four weeks away. We have an exciting evening of fun planned for everyone with games. Food, and prizes. Gaming will be $5 for $5000 of play money. Please bring exact amount if possible or smaller currency. The 2 Old dudes will be selling pizza, pulled prok sandwiches, shrimp basket and many other items beginning at 5:30pm. We will have water available for purchase during the evening as well. Tables will be set up for your use when you’re not playing and just want to sit and socialize. Our volunteers are working hard helping to plan a fun evening at Sundance 1 RV Resort. Please join us. Questions or concerns, please contact Michelle T. SD2 #62.
Ceramic Shop –
We are open Monday through Friday from 9am-3:45pm, every Wednesday night we are open 5-8pm and on Saturdays we are open 9am-1pm.
The Sundance 1 RV Resort Church meets each Sunday morning at 8:30am at the Hole in the Wall. Please join us for this nondenominational service with Pastor Scott Bailey. Communion services are held the first Sunday of each month. If you enjoy singing, please join Marcia and the Choir at 8am for practice each Sunday morning. In February we will host a toy drive for children who are hospitalized at Banner Medical Center. Donations can be dropped off in Activities. Our vision: Glorify God, Share his joy, Meet human need.
Computer Room –
Our January meeting will be on Wed. the 8th at 8:45-9:45am in the Hang Out Room. The Hacking Room aka Computer Room is located on the back side of the building where the Library is. Windows 10 class will be held Saturday Jan. 18 in the Computer Room. Class limit is 12 so please sign up in Activities. We are open to suggestions on classes that you may like us to host, so do write them down on the sheet in Activities. If you have a computer question or problem, come visit us as we are happy to help. We have 9 computers, 3 printers, WIFI, and places to plug your laptop in and connect to the world. We also make business cards, mailing labels, and copies. Fees $20 New User/Member $10 Returning Member, $1 per day.
Country Store –
Friday January 3rd is our next Country Store craft show at the Hole in the Wall 9am-12pm. Support local crafters, small businesses and find treasures. Come early, stay late and enjoy breakfast and lunch with the 2 Old Dudes. February Country Store will be on the 7th.
Couples Dance –
We start 2020 with our Pattern Dance class on Thursday, Jan. 2nd. Come join us for beginning Two Step, starting Tuesday, Jan. 7. Both Classes are from 10-11:30am at the Hole in the Wall. Country Waltz will follow in February. Classes are a lot of fun and are $1 per couple and yes, you did need a partner. See you on the dance floor. Kent and Sandi Reedy.FW#21
Dessert Theatre –
Practice will be in full swing for this month and next for our end of February shows. Watch for upcoming announcements regarding ticket sales that will be available in Activities. Tasty desserts are served after each show.
Fiction Reading Book Club –
Tuesday Jan. 21, 9:30-11:30am in the Hangout Room we will reading News of the World by Paulette Niles. This is a western set in Texas after the civil War & Reconstruction. A girl who doesn’t fit in & a 73 year old newspaper man who feels redunant travel trhough Texas to share the news of the world. We meet every 3rd Tuesday in the Hangout Room to discuss past and present reading material. Thank you to all that have contributed to our Casa Grande Head Start book drive. Please continue to add more books ages 3-6 in the box in Activities. New or gently used book donations will be accepted through March. Thank you to all the volunteers that read to the kids and continue to support the cause in honor of Candy Mayo. For more info contact Sherry R. firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thank you to people who have volunteered to work at the entrance gate. We have a couple of shifts available and you can view the shifts and times on the clipboard in Activities Office. On-call people who can work when someone can’t work their assigned shift due to other appointments are needed too. Thank you, Gordon & Jeanne #486,
There is no meeting Jan. 01 however, we normally meet the first 4 Wednesday mornings of the month at 10-11:30am in the Gambling Room. The 1st and 3rd Wednesday meetings are the regular meetings and we will try to have a program. The 2nd and 4th Wednesday meetings are designated for beginners. If you are a more experienced researcher, please come in and help those who are beginning their adventure in research. Everyone is welcome to all of the meetings, so do join us. Beginners, please bring your lap tops or I-pads for looking up information. If you’re not a Computer Club member, there is $1 computer access fee.The Pinal County Genealogy Workshop is Jan. 25. Check out their website http://pinalctyazgen.com If you need further info or have questions, contact Lynn Olson or Shirley Oberlander.
Hale Theatre –
Our next Tag-A-long will be on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020 for the 7:30pm performance of Guys and Dolls. Tickets are $27 each at time of sign up and we have 24 available beginning Mon. Jan 06. Sign up by Thu. Feb 13 to attend this performance. This is a great theatre in Gilbert AZ. that doesn’t have a bad seat in the house.
The first hike will be on Wednesday Jan. 8 to San Tan, Hedgehog, and Moonlight Trail Loop located near Queen Creek, AZ. It is a 4.3 mile, moderately trafficked loop trail with very little elevation and is good for all skill levels. We will meet in front of Activities and leave promptly at 7:30am. Wear hiking footwear, bring water, snack, and sunscreen. Hiking poles or sticks are optional but recommended. Please indicate on the sign-up sheet in Activities if you are willing to drive. There will be a sign-up sheet in Activities. Information on each hike will be posted on Sundays. We also are looking for individuals who would like to drive to the hiking location. Car-pooling is encouraged since some areas do have limited parking. It is not necessary to sign up every week, although it would nice to have everyone’s name and contact info. Thank you, Deb J. #684.
We care about your safety and ask that you towel off before leaving the pool area. Please don’t walk into other buildings near the pool with dripping wet attire. Puddling water creates a fall hazard for everyone and we don’t need any slips due to drips. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
We’re “rocking” in the shop. For $3 a day you can turn an ugly rock into a beautiful work of art. Hours are Tuesday 8:30am-3:50pm, Wednesday 8:30am-12pm, Thursday 8:30am-3:50pm. Mondays & Fridays we may be open, but do check with Activities to see if a monitor has picked up the key. Our goal for the rest of the season is to be open all week. We are located in the same building as Ceramics, just around the corner on the back side. Stop in and see us and we love teaching you our passion. Let’s rock on!
We are accepting donations of military and western reading material. Cookbooks can no longer be accepted due to limited shelf space and the local library is no longer accepting them either.
MGM Sales –
We’re still under construction and appreciate all of the interest in Sundance 2. For your safety, we ask residents and guests stay on the roads and refrain from entering any homes or lots that are under construction. Your safety is very important to us.
Non-Fiction Book Club –
We’ve moved our meeting location to the Ranch House. We still meet the first Tuesday of every month 1-2:30pm. Our January meeting is Tuesday the 7th and we will be reading FLAPPER by Joshua Seitz Part 2, pages 126-208. Learn about Coco Channel and her contributions to the Roaring 1920’s. Even if you haven’t read the book, come on over to contribute to our lively conversations. Thank you to all that have contributed to our Casa Grande Head Start book drive. Please continue to add more books ages 3-6 in the box in Activities. New or gently used book donations will be accepted through March. Thank you to all the volunteers that read to the kids and continue to support the cause in honor of Candy Mayo. For more info contact Sherry R. email@example.com
Ping Pong –
We’re playing Ping Pong on Monday nights at 7pm in the Hang Out Room. If you have your own paddle, feel free to bring it. If you don’t, we have the paddles and balls that can be used as well. Everyone is welcome to join us for a good time.
Pool 1 & 2 –
Please do not smoke in or around the pools. The debris may enter the filtering systems and cause mechanical problems which will cause the pools to be closed. When smoking in designated areas, please dispose of the debris properly and not throw it on the ground. We appreciate your cooperation.
We are hosting an 8 Ball Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020 9am-4pm. During this time the Pool Room will be closed.and we apologize for any inconvenience.
It’s that time already!.
Thu.Jan. 23 Hole in the Wall 3:30pm Set up 4-6pm IL/IN/OH Potluck. Contact Laura H. #351
Sun. Jan.26 Hole in the Wall 1:30pm set up 3:30-6:30pm Canadian Potluck. Contact Garrett or Linda F. #51 Calling all Canadians! Please join us in our annual parkwide potluck dinner on Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Hole in the Wall. Come for good food, feloowship and to meet other Canadians in Sundance. Bring your table service, beverages, and a dish to share from the sign up sheet which is posted in Activities. Dinner is at 4:30pm.
If you oversee a state potluck, please reach out to Activities so we can promote it.
RC Cars –
Get your motors runnin’! Our track is located at the Sportsplex area across from Shuffleboard. Membership is $50 for a new member and $25 for returning members. Check out the track activity on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays to learn more about this hobby or contact Marc #653 or Rick #259.
Ranch House –
Located in Phase 2 of Sundance, the Ranch House is open to all residents of the Sundance community. If individuals wish to use the House for a private function please contact Activities for availability and rental information.
Every Saturday at 9:30am in the Quiet room the rosary is said.
Everyone is welcome to join us. The Quiet Room is located at the end of the hall just past the Post Office. If you need more info please contact Colleen K. #629
Senior Stretch –
Please join us for chair exercises on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays at 10:30-11:30am at the Hole in the Wall. This is a class for men and women and done mostly sitting in a chair. A good workout is provided and it is good for to use all parts of our bodies for stretch and strength! We hope you will join us and give it a try. Nancy B.
Shuffleboard scheduled play is 9:30am Mon. Tue. Wed. & Fri. which is regular individual play. Tuesday is bowling pin shuffle and is a team event with all the yellow against all the black. This is a fun time with cheering and encouraging on your team. The shuffleboards are there anyone to play anytime. The cost is 50 cents per person to and it’s on your honor to put money om the jar. We encourage anyone who wants to learn the game to come out during any play day and we will show you. The boards need proper care prior to play and taken care of after play. We will teach you how to do this as well. The sign-up sheet for the annual single elimination shuffleboard tournament which starts on Mon. Feb. 16 will go up on Mon. Jan. 27 and will be available until Feb. 09. It takes 4 sessions to complete Mon.-Thu morning only play. Additional play if needed to fill brackets can be done on Fri. Feb.14. Keep in mind the weather does have the final say on all play. You must be a park resident to play and a name badge is helpful. Thank you, Joe & Carolyn H. #611,
Silver Star Theatre –
We’re having another Tag A-Long to Silver Star to see The Rythum Cats performing 70’s Rock’n Roll. The buffet and show is Fri. Mar. 06 at 5:30pm,. tickets are $37 each and we have 24 tickets available. Lobby opens at 4pm, doors at 5:30pm, with buffet served 5:30-7pm. Show begins at 7:30pm. Please sign up by Tue. Feb.18 to reserve your seat.
Sundance Softball –
To all softball players & Alumni. We are having an organizational meeting for the Winter softball season on Thu. Jan 2 at 10am at the Ranch House. We will be discussing the upcoming season of play and the Brat Dinner that will be held on Feb 5. All are encouraged to attend. We’re always looking for new members to add a new dimension to the team. If you enjoy playing ball, we hope to see you on Jan. 2. New schedules are in the Activities Office. Play ball!
Stained Glass –
We are pleased to report that we are open Monday-Friday and now open every other Wednesday night 5-8pm and every other Saturday 9am-1pm.
Sunshine Committee –
The Sundance community cares about one another. Please drop a note to Darlene C. #522 or Activities with information regarding a Sundance resident/spouse who is going through a rough time. We want our Sundance family members to know that we do care.
Words cannot express my deepest appreciation to all my friends, neighbors, and strangers who helped me so very much after my November accidents. They provided me food, transportation, dog walking, housekeeping, and everything else I needed to get back on feet! I am truly blessed to have such a caring “winter family.” Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Nancy S. #347
Thank you to Mike Hardy for your donation of a DVD player to Sundance.
Sewers/Quilters you are awesome! You sewed and delivered several quilts for the Casa Grande Police Department with only a 2-day notice. That is true Sundance spirit.
Town Council –
It’s time to get involved with the Sundance community! Residents of Sundance 1 & 2 are encouraged to fill upcoming vacancies on the Town Council. Please reach out to a council member for more information. If you have a concern or suggestion, please go to Activities and fill out the form that is on the counter. You must put your name and site number in order for your concern or suggestion to be considered at our meeting. Our meeting minutes are also available in the binder by the Town Council suggestion box.
Ukulele Group –
Join us every Wednesday 1-3pm at the Ranch House for our weekly jam. Everyone is invited to join in, regardless of your playing level. We enjoy teaching beginners too, so do stop in and see what we are all about. Contact Sheila #631 for more information.
Walk Exercise –
Move it or lose it! Walk exercise is a thythmic, full body exercise that can be done at your own pace to give YOU a little boost. Join us at the Hole in the Wall on Moday 9:15-10am and Tuesday through Friday 9-10am for a little exercise and fun. Kathy M #578
Weight Watchers –
Our sign up is at 17 interested individuals and are only 3 away from our minimum required to hold Weight Watcher sessions at Sundance. We’ve had several meetings cancellations previously and have scheduled our informational/enrollment meeting for Wed. Jan. 8 at 7:30am in the Gambling Room. Join us to learn more about the program and how you can meet your goals. What do you have to lose?
Veteran’s Group –
Our January meeting will be held Mon. Jan 13 at 9:15am in the Hang Out Room at Sundance. All past and present Veterans of Sundance, Fairways and Canada are encouraged to join us. We welcome new members to keep fresh ideas coming. We meet every 2nd Monday each month November through March. We engage in multiple fund-raising activities during the season including sale of clothing at the monthly Sundance Country Store, raffles of handcrafted items, sponsoring a child from The Angel Tree, sales of poppies and sales of VIP cards. VIP books with a Bonus coupon book are available in Activities for $20. Congratulations to our winners of our handcrafted items in December. Quilt – Linda Ingold, Walking Stick – Sandy Aho, Stained Glass picture – Red Klinedinst Respectfully Yours, Barry S. FW #168