Smoke Signal March Edition

SMOKE SIGNAL   Sundance 1 RV Resort

MARCH 2020

From the Manager’s Desk –

It is hard to believe we are close to the season ending and so many of you will be heading back to your homes & family (and cold weather).

Tom and I have truly enjoyed the season, meeting and getting to know many of you and learning the ins and outs of the park.  We still have a lot to learn but are very glad the first year is almost behind us!  We also want to give a BIG shout out of THANKS to all of the employees for their hard work & helping to make things run smoothly this season. It is definitely a TEAM effort and we all work hard to make your stay here as pleasant as possible.  Thank You to our many volunteers too – without you we would not be able to have such wonderful activities. Your service is very much appreciated!!

A few Reminders ——

~ Contact your local post office 2 weeks prior to your departure to stop forwarding your mail.

~ Leave forwarding mailing labels with the mailroom if you want us to forward your mail. Without labels will not be able to forward your mail and it will be returned to sender.  If you need labels made, the computer room will make them for you for a small fee.

~ Annual Residents: Be sure to leave the name & contact number of your caretaker with the office. 

~ Please be sure to let the office know your departure date.

~ RV Annuals must have a $200 deposit in order to guarantee your site for next season.

~ Seasonal Guests – return mail box key and gate opener to front desk

 **NEW this year — we will NOT be keeping anyone’s keys in the mailroom but if you would like to leave a set of keys for your caretaker, cleaning people, emergencies, etc. to get into your home while you are not here, we will be set up to keep your keys in the safe located in the office.

To those leaving us this month — Safe travels, have a Wonderful Summer and we look forward to seeing you next season!

Tom and Kate Ebert, Managers

And until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.

Activities –

Please call 911 for all medical or fire related emergencies. Have another person call 520-426-9662 which will reach the main office during business hour or a host after business hours.

We have 2 AEDs (automated external defibrillator) in the Sundance community. One is in the laundry room (SD1) and the other is located in the Ranch House (SD2) in the work out room.

Sundance 1 RV Resort is a “scent free” park. Please refrain from wearing cologne or perfume to any park event. Many residents do have medical challenges and fragrances can trigger a medical emergency.  Being “scent free” is another amenity that is attractive to many of our residents. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Let’s keep ourselves safe by using a flashlight so others can see us when walking at night. Dark clothing, dark nights and limited lighting don’t work in your favor. Our traffic and population are increasing and we want everyone to have a safe season.

The Sundance Round Up meeting is held every Monday morning at 8:30am at the Hole in the Wall. This 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 join us.

Who are you? Are you a resident here? Name badges are a great way for everyone to get to know you, put a face with a name and know that you are a member of the Sundance community. They are also required to participate in many of our activities. Should you have a medical emergency and are unable to communicate with us, we will be able to contact family or a friend much faster thanks to you wearing your name badge. Please come to Activities if you don’t have one.  Wear your name badge to help us help you and as always, thank you.

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 April is available as well.

Build your banana split 1-2:30pm at the Hole in the Wall on Sunday Mar. 01. The Activities Team will be serving up the ice cream and bananas and you can add the toppings of your choice. The $5 donation will go towards the AED (automated external defibrillator) fund for supplies and maintenance. Join us for a delicious treat for a great cause.

The Activity schedules for all rooms do affect other department schedules, especially our “Clean Team”. Please be courteous and don’t arrive early or stay late for your event. Please return all rooms to their original set up so they are ready for the next group or activity. Using the “buddy system” when moving tables makes it safer and easier for all involved. Please don’t slide tables across the floors as it will damage the tables and the floors. Please do not remove tables or chairs from rooms without checking with Activities first. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please be a responsible pet owner and clean up after your pets. Dogs are not allowed in park buildings, on or around pool/patio areas, are to be leashed at all times and walked on blacktop areas only or in dog designated areas.

Please do not approach dogs that have a yellow ribbon attached to their leash. This means that the animal has challenges and needs some space.

When travelling in the park regardless of your mode of transportation, do maintain the 15-mph speed limit, stop at all stop signs, and travel in the proper direction on our roads. Bike riders, when passing walkers, it was suggested by a resident that you say “passing” so the walker is aware you are approaching. This may lessen the chances of a walker or dog entering your path of travel.

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 “subscribe to our newsletter via email” and enter your email and click subscribe. Check your in box for an email from Sundance RV Resort. Open the email and go to “confirm follow” and click “submit”. You will then get an email from “” confirmation that will say “successfully updated your subscription”. At this point you will begin receiving the daily activities email. 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 at the bottom of the main page that highlights events in the park. Once you receive the emails, sign up to go paperless in Activities and the Smoke Signal will not be placed in your mailbox.

Watch for more info regarding an Impromptu Geo Caching event at the Ranch House 2-4pm on Saturday, Mar. 07.

If you’re interested in travel, Tami Weber has her business cards in Activities for your convenience. There is a binder on the counter in Activities with travel options and she welcomes suggestions on where everyone would like to visit.

The list below doesn’t include all or add-on events arranged after this publication.

Highlighted March Events

Sun. Mar. 01– 1-2:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Build your banana split. Donation of $5 supports AED (automated external defibrillator) fund for supplies and maintenance.

Mon. Mar. 02-8:30am – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Round Up Meeting with Speaker

6:30-8:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Jammers

Tue. Mar. 03- 11am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

4-6:30pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open with lighter dinner menu.

6-6:45pm – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Bingo card sales. Game at 7pm.                           Please wear name badge and pay with smaller currency. Open to                                         Sundance. Fairways residents and their registered guests only. Must be                               18 years old to play.

Wed. Mar. 04-7pm – Hole in the Wall – Jerry & Judy, Back to the 60’s Show. $10

Thu. Mar. 05 – 11am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

Fri. Mar. 06– 7am-1pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for breakfast and lunch.

9am-12pm –Hole in the Wall – Sundance Country Store

Sat. Mar. 07– 8am-12pm – Hole in the Wall – Vitalant Blood Drive

8am-12pm – Sundance 1 & 2 Patio Sales

2-4pm – Ranch House – Impromptu Geo Caching

7-10pm – Hole in the Wall – 3 Speed Band – BYOB. Soda & water                                       available for purchase. Oldies, goodies and more! $10 in advance $11 at                            door.

Mon. Mar. 09-8:30am – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Round Up Meeting with Speaker

6:30-8:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Jammers

Tue. Mar. 10– 11am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

4-6:30pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open with   lighter dinner  menu.

6-6:45pm – Hole in the Wall – Bingo card sales. Game at 7pm. Open to Sundance. Fairways residents and their registered guests only. Must be 18 years old to play.

Wed. Mar. 11-9-10:30am – Ranch House – Town Council Meeting

11:30am & 12:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Volunteers Luncheons

Thu. Mar. 12– 9am-3pm – Hole in the Wall – New Image Fashion Sale

11am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

 Fri. Mar. 13– 9am-11am – Hole in the Wall – Trading Post formerly Show N’Tell

7-9:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Musical Review

Sat. Mar. 14-7am – 5pm – Throughout Sundance – Western Days

11am-12:30pm – Pool 1 Patio – Lunch & light entertainment.

Mon. Mar. 16– 8:30am – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Round Up Meeting with Speaker.

6:30-8:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Jammers

Tue. Mar 17-1:30pm – Ranch House parking lot – Line up for parade.

2pm – St. Patrick’s Day Parade through Sundance communities.

4-6:00pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes serving St. Patrick’s Day Dinner. Corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, carrots, & drink. Purchase  tickets from 2 Old Dudes or in Activities. $12

6-6:45pm – Hole in the Wall – Bingo card sales. 7pm Game begins. Open to Sundance. Fairways residents and their registered guests only. Must be 18 years old to play.

Wed. Mar 18-12-1:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Amazing Dental Lunch Seminar. Sign up in Activities.

Thu. Mar. 19 – 11am-2pm – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

Fri. Mar. 20 – 3-6pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes Fish Fry Dinner. No ticket needed. $9.95

Sat. Mar 21– 10am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – Card & Gift Sales

7-10pm – Hole in the Wall -Cobwebs Band.  BYOB. Soda & water available for purchase. Playing ballads, 60’s, 70’s & early 80’s. We play music other bands won’t. $10 advance tickets $11 at the door.

Mon. Mar. 23-8:30am – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Round Up meeting with Speaker

6:30-8:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Jammers

Tue. Mar. 24– 11am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

4-6:30pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open with lighter dinner menu

6-6:45pm – Hole in the Wall – Bingo card sales. Game at 7pm. Open to Sundance. Fairways residents and their registered guests only. Must be 18 years old to play.

Wed. Mar. 25-1-3pm – Hang Out Room – Trusts & More Seminar. Sign up in Activities.

Thu. Mar. 26 – 11am-2pm – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

Sat. Mar. 28-7pm – Hole in the Wall – Hillbilly Deluxe – This is a comedy and country music show that will have you laughing and singing along. $10

Mon. Mar. 30– 8:30am – Hole in the Wall – Sundance Round Up Meeting.

6:30-8:30pm – Hole in the Wall – Jammers

Tue. Mar. 31– 10am-12pm – Hang Out Room – SkyMed Lunch Seminar. Sign up in Activities

11am-2pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open for lunch.

4-6:30pm – Hole in the Wall – 2 Old Dudes open with lighter dinner menu

6-6:45pm – Hole in the Wall – Bingo card sales. Game at 7pm. Open to Sundance. Fairways residents and their registered guests only. Must be 18 years old to play.

Art Group –

The Art group meets on Thursdays in the Hang Out Room from 9:30am-3:30pm. We welcome all skill levels. Our group encompasses drawing, zentangling, woodburning, and various types of painting including watercolor, oils, and acrylics. We are a supportive and encouraging group.  If you have any art supplies/materials that you are no longer using or wish to donate, we will gladly accept them. We will use donated supplies to allow newcomers to explore their creative skills. Thank you, Nancy B. & Cheri O.

Aquasize –

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 water workout. Nancy B.

Bunco –

The Hang Out Room has been busy with Bunco players! The game is played 7-10pm on Saturday night. Everyone is invited and we are happy to teach you how to play this fun game. 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. Join us and help make a difference in the community.

Cans For Veterans –

Keep dropping off your cans to benefit the Sundance & Fairways Verterans. We would prefer that cans be crushed before placing them in the green container that is located behind our car.  Don’t forget to pull the tabs off and drop them off in the container located in Activities or at the Hole in the Wall. Thank you Paul and Sally B. #171

Casino Fun Bus –

Time to board the Fun Bus! We will be travelling to Wild Horse or Lone Butte Casino in Chandler on Wednesday, Mar. 18, 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.  This season the trips have filled up very quickly. Sign up by Wednesday, Mar.11 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.

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.

Church –

The Sundance 1 RV Resort Church meets each Sunday morning at 8:30am at the Hole in the Wall. Please join us for 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. Our vision: Glorify God, Share his joy, Meet human need.

Computer Room –

Join us 9-10am on Wednesday March 11 in the Hang Out Room for our monthly meeting. The Hacking aka Computer Room is located on the back side of the building where the Library is. We have computers, printers, free WIFI, and places to plug your laptop in and connect to the world. We also make mailing labels, business cards, and copies. End of season is fast approaching and everyone will need mailing labels. We can print them for you for $1 per sheet which has 30 labels on it. Don’t forget that we are always looking for suggestion on computer classes to offer. Write them down on the sheet in Activities. Join the computer club for $20 if you’re new, and $10 for returning members. Pay as you use is $1 per day.

Congrats –

Our very own Allan Strawn won a gold medal in billiards during the Senior Olympics which was held in Tucson at the end of January. Way to go Allan!

Country Store –

The last Country Store of the season will be held on Friday Mar. 6th at the Hole in the Wall at 9am-12pm. Come on by & check out the talented individuals who are selling their wares and support a small business to help them succeed! Come early and enjoy breakfast served by the 2 Old Dudes or grab lunch before you leave.

Couples Dance –

It is hard to believe that we are close to the end of another season. We have enjoyed teaching so many this year who were new to dancing with our biggest class having 17 couples. This year we are ending the season with West Coast Swing. Since each class builds on the previous one, it is important to attend the first class unless you have done West Coast before. Classes start Tuesday March 3 at 10am at the Hole in the Wall. Pattern dance will continue on Thursdays at the same time. Classes are $1 per couple and yes, you do need a partner. Our practice dance is Saturday Mar. 14 at the Hole in the Wall 6:30-9pm. We would like to see anyone who has participated in any of our classes to come and have some fun. Thank you, Kent and Sandi R. FW#21

Fiction Reading Book Club –

Join us every third Tuesday in the Hangout Room 9:30-11:30am, to discuss past and present reading material. Our March meeting will be on the 17th. We will be reading “Singing with the Crawdads” written by Delia Owens. We will also be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day so bring a snack share, your beverage, and don’t forget to wear green. Thank you to all that have contributed to our Casa Grande Head Start book drive. New or gently used book donations will be accepted through March and can be dropped off in Activities. Thank you to all the volunteers that read to the kids and we are always looking for more readers. Sherry R.

Genealogy –

We meet first four Wednesday mornings of the month at 10-11:30am in the Gambling Room. The first and third Wednesday meetings are the regular meetings and we will try to have programs. The second and fourth Wednesday meetings are designated for the beginners. When we work the the beginner class we would like the more experienced researchers to help them in their research ventures. Everyone is welcome to attend all meetings. Beginners are asked to bring your laptops or Ipads for looking up information. If you are not a member of the Computer Club, please bring in $1 for computer access.  If you need further info or have questions, contact Lynn Olson or Shirley Oberlander.

Hands Across the Border –

We hope everyone had a great time. Thank you to the 100 Canadian volunteers who helped make this event a success.

Hiking –

We’re climbing hills and mountains! Information on each hike will be posted on Sundays. Please 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 since some hiking areas 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.

Housekeeping –

The “Clean Team” would like to say thank you to all Sundance pool users for drying off before leaving the pool area. Water on the floors has improved and your efforts have definitely helped keep slips from drips from happening.

Lapidary –

Hours are 8:30am-12pm Monday and Wednesday, Tuesday & Thursday 8:30am-3:50pm. Check with Activities on Friday to see if a monitor has picked up the key. We are located in the same building as Ceramics, just around the corner on the back side. Stop in and see us, we love teaching you our passion.

Library –

If you would like to borrow a puzzle to take home or do in the laundry room, cabinets 5 & 6 in the Gambling Room have many puzzles to choose from. If you wish to donate puzzles, the library is the best place to bring them as we do note the year they were donated. We are expanding our western and military reading material and any donated books are appreciated.

MGN Manufactured Homes –

We’re still under construction and appreciate all of the interest in Sundance 2. For your safety, we ask residents and guests to stay on the roads and refrain from entering any homes or lots that are under construction. Your safety is very important to us.

Mailroom –

A reminder to all residents regarding “in park” mail. Please clearly note name and site number on all correspondence. Any “in park” mail to Sundance 2 homes must be delivered by you or given to a host to drop off. Thank you

Neighborhood Watch –

We had a nice turn out of residents for our info meeting. Good questions were asked and several people have signed up to be block captains. Thank you and If you have questions contact Gordon B. #486.

Non-Fiction Book Club –

Come to the Ranch House the first Tuesday of every month 1-2:30pm. Our March meeting is Tuesday the 3rd and is sure to have lively discussion. Sherry R.

Patio Sales –

The Sundance community will be having parkwide patio sales Sat. Mar. 07 beginning at 8am until 12pm.


Congrats to all participants in the Beginners/Novice Tournament that was held on Tuesday Feb. 24. Winners are: Queen: Barb Babb and King: Marc Ward. Our friendly, yet competitive CAN-AM tournament (Canada vs America) will be on Monday, Mar. 02 beginning at 9am. Wednesday, Mar. 04 will be another membership meeting at the courts 4:30-6pm.  Monday Mar. 16 we will be hosting the Sundance vs Fiesta Grande tourney at 9am. Evening play starts at 6pm, so If the lights are on, we are playing.  See you on the court!

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. Our player roster is growing so come on in and have a good time with us.

Pool 1 & 2 –

Please remember that there is no smoking around the pools, patio areas and hot tubs. There are designated smoking areas in the park with containers for your smoking debris. Glass is a no-no on the patios or around our pools and hot tubs. Always practice good hygeine and shower before entering the pools and hot tubs to keep contaminents out of the water. Hand washing your swim wear instead of using a washing machine will also decrease soap residue and keep our pools and hot tubs sparkling clean. We do appreciate all of your efforts and cooperation.

Pool Room aka Billiards-

During any non-tournament time, guys and gals are encouraged to join us for great play and fellowship. Only bottled water is allowed in this room to keep our tables safe from liquid damage. Thank you, Tony

Potlucks –

Sign up in Activities.

Wisconsin potluck is planned for Wednesday Mar. 04 in the Gambling Room 4:30-6:30pm.  Bring your dish to pass, beverage and place settings. Join us of good food and fellowship. Sandy R. #621

Ralph Stevens Life Celebration & potluck will be held on Wed. Mar. 11, 4-6pm at the Hole in the Wall. Pat asks for memories only, no tears. Sign up sheet is in Activities.

Wed. Mar. 25 the RZR group will be having their potluck at the Hang out Room 4:30-6:30pm. Set up is at 4pm and sign up is in Activities.

RC Cars –

The track is located at the Sportsplex area across from Shuffleboard. Check out the track activity on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays.Contact Marc #653 or Rick #259 for more info.

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.

Rosary –

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 class is for men and women and done mostly sitting in a chair. A good workout is provided and it is good for us to use all parts of our bodies for stretch and strength!  We hope you will join us and give it a try. Nancy B.

The annual shuffleboard tournament was a great success, we had 18 teams competing and here are the winners.
Champions: Bob Shafer & Bev Mitchell
2 nd Place Mike Rivers & Sharon Gamber
3 rd Place Remi Tremblay & Fritz Zemski
4 th Place Randy Roquette & Kent Rudesill
We will resume regular scheduled play till end of season which is Monday through Wednesday and Friday at 9:30am. If you’re new and wanting to play you’re welcome to join us and we will teach you. We are a fun group that loves to play shuffleboard and enjoys the sport.  Thank you, Joe & Carolyn H. #611

Silver Star Theatre –

If you signed up for our Tag A-Long to Silver Star to see The Rythum Cats performing 70’s Rock’n Roll, the event is Friday, Mar. 06. We have early seating so please arrive before 5:15pm. Lobby opens at 4pm, doors at 5:30pm.  Buffet serving is 5:30-7pm. Show begins at 7:30pm. Please allow 1-1/2 hour drive time due to traffic.

Singles –

We’re off to a good start with our group and so far we have went out to dinner and attended a play at the Black Box Theatre in Casa Grande. Additional plans are in the works and if you need more info contact Jeannette L. or Madonna R.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade –

Line up will be at the Ranch House at 1:30pm with parade starting at 2pm. Parade route maps are placed throughout the park. A majority of the perimeter streets will be used to lessen traffic congestion. Please be aware of individuals who may be stopping traffic for the parade.

Stained Glass –

We are pleased to report that we are open  Monday-Friday and open every other Wednesday night 5-8pm and every other Saturday 9am-1pm.

Sunshine Committee –

Our Sundance community does care about their residents. If you know of a Sundance resident/spouse going through a rough time, please drop a note to Darlene C. #522 or Activities.

Thank you-

We would like to say thank you to the following individuals who donated towards the purchase of the mini fridge in the Hang Out Room. Joe Hess, Brad Dighton, Mark Hesselink, Brian Purfield, Ron Swanigan, Jerry Fuller, Norm Trace, Gordon Beck, J. Neeley, and Mike Dalelio from Fairways.

Town Council –

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 in Activities.

The Trading Post –

Formerly called Show N’Tell, the Trading Post offers our talented residents the opportunity to display and sell their creations that they have made while at Sundance. Come to the Hole in the Wall at 9-11am on Friday Mar.13 and check out the beautiful items. Please support our activities and residents.

Ukulele Group –

The Ukulele jam is every Wednesday 1-3pm at the Ranch House. If you are just learning how to play the ukulele or are skilled player,  you’re encouraged to join in. We enjoy teaching beginners too, so do stop in and see what we are all about. Contact Sheila #631 for more information.

Veteran’s Group –

Our March meeting will be held Mon. Mar 10 at Sundance in the Hang Out Room beginning at 10am. 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. Respectfully, Barry S. FW #168

Vial of Life –

Thank you to everyone who came out to the meeting for this program. Gordon B.

Vitalant Blood Drive –

Saturday Mar. 07 at the Hole in the Wall will be our Sundance blood drive 8am-12pm. Even if you didn’t make an appointment, feel free to stop in and donate to give the gift of life.

Walk Exercise –

Move it or lose it! Walk exercise is a rhythmic, 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 Monday 9:15-10am and Tuesday through Friday 9-10am for a little exercise and fun. Kathy M #578

Western Days –

This is a park wide day of fun for Sundance residents and guests will be on Saturday Mar.14!  We will have a bike race, chair volleyball, golf cart obstacle course, yard games and scavenger hunt. There may a surprise or two as well. Anyone who volunteered last year is encouraged to do so this year. 2 Old Dudes will be grilling hot dogs for lunch. Get your teams together and watch for more details!