Get your green on and join us at the Ranch House at 12:30pm for our St. Patrick’s parade at 1pm. Please be careful for parade participants as we travel throughout Sundance. The parade route is mostly on the perimeter streets but will cross main roads as well. Participants please keep up with the parade and avoid long spaces between units. Thank you .
At 3pm the parking area in front of Activities will be blocked off for Sauce Boss trailer. St. Patrick’s Day dinner will be available for pick up 4-6pm. Don’t forget your tickets!
Bible Study will be in the Hang Out Room at 10am. This will be the last class for the season. Euchre will be played at 6:30pm.
Sewers/Quilters will meet in the Gamblin’ Room at 9:30am. Duplicate Bridge is at 12pm. Progressive Hand Foot & Toe starts at 6:30pm along with Cribbage.
Join Walk Exercise at 9am in the Hole in the Wall followed by Senior Stretch at 10:30am. Casting call for the Sundance dessert Theater will meet at 1pm. Everyone is encouraged to try out!
Sundance Block Party is 11am-3pm on Sat. 3/20. Please bring your mask and wear when social distancing is difficult. Also name badge needs to be worn and tickets for you lunch are needed as well. We have a request to have chair volleyball outdoors this season. We will need a minimum of 4 teams with a total of 6 per team. Sign up in Activities if interested. We will also need 2-4 refs/score keepers. This is a fun event played with a beach ball while seated in a chair. We are need of volunteers for some set up and tear down. Please stop in at Activities to sign up. Jammers and Trio will be playing by pool 1. Activity office will be closed, and ice can be purchased via the Host. The parking area in front of the Activity and Main office will be blocked off. It should be a great weather day for outdoor fun, music, and socializing. Soda and water will be available for purchase.
Reminder that the last fire for projects in Ceramics will be Fri. 4/2. The room will close on Wed. 4/7.
The mail room no longer has Saturday hours. If your medication arrives on the weekend, please contact the Host and they will notify management that a package is needed. Don’t forget to drop off mailing labels at the Main office before you depart to ensure that your mail is forwarded.
Sunday 3/21 in front the Activity office at 10am we will have a Blessing of the Bikes. All Sundance motorcycle and trike owners are invited to this short service before we depart on a ride to San Tan Flats. This will be our last ride of the season. Spectators are invited as well.
Congratulations to Carol Reid who won the Stained Glass stepping stone. Also to Pat Davis who won the Rock Clock made by Lapidary! Both rooms thank everyone for their support to their raffles!
At Sundance we do our best to recycle. Aluminum cans can be dropped off at site 171 in the container. If you crush them that is always a plus however, they are accepted uncrushed as well. All proceeds are donated to the Sundance/Fairways Veterans. We just learned that #1 plastic can be dropped off at Sundance 2 site #19 or taken to the back of Bow Wow Meow Consignment store at 315 N Florence St. It must be #1 plastic only, rinsed out, labels removed, and crushed is also helpful. Proceeds are donated to the Valley Humane Society.
Smoke Signal articles need to be emailed to email@example.com or dropped off in Activities no later then Mon. 3/22. Random Acts of Kindness forms need to be in by that time too. Let everyone know what your groups have done this season!
Please note- If you are using the front load washers, DO NOT use more than a 1/4 cup of detergent. Any more than that will ruin the machine and cause the soap to run out of the dispenser. These are high efficiency washers that require less detergent.
-May love and laughter light your days. – An Irish Blessing