Wednesday, Wonderful & Sundance!

News Notes-

Dog owners please be responsible and courteous to others.  Do not allow your fur baby to defecate on sites, occupied or not.  The scent your pup leaves encourages others to do the same.  Pick up after your pet and dispose of properly.  No dogs are allowed in the Main office complex, by or in pools or in any park buildings. When walking please keep them on blacktop surfaces and do keep them on leash at all times unless in the dog parks.

Our dumpsters get full very quickly and large items such appliances and furniture should be taken to the dump down the road.  Keep breaking down boxes before placing them in the dumpsters as this allows more space for trash.

Aluminum cans only are welcome to be dropped off at Sundance 1 site 171.  It is appreciated if they are crushed however, will accept them uncrushed are accepted as well.  All proceeds are donated to the Sundance/Fairways Veterans to help in their mission to support local Veteran projects.

Room Fun –

Gamblin’ Room has Mah Jongg played at 1pm, Cribbage and Progressive Hand & Foot at 6:30pm.

Euchre is played at the Hang Out room at 7pm.

Hole in the Wall has Walk Exercise at 9am and Senior Stretch is at 10:30am.

Shuffleboard is played at 9:30am for a fee of 0.50 for the day.

Tai Chi is at 10am at Pool 1 Patio.

Water volleyball is played at Pool 2 at 1pm.

Tonight, Ceramics, Lapidary and Stained Glass will be open 6-8:30pm. Come on in to any shop and see what you can create!

Thursday 12/23 –

Art Barn welcomes all art projects for Open Art.  Join us 9am -12pm and 1-3:45pm.

Gamblin’ Room has Hand Foot & Toe played at 9am, Pinochle is at 1pm and Dominoes is at 7pm.

Come and play Darts in the Hang Out Room at 3:30pm.  Poker is played at 6pm.

Walk Exercise is at 9am at the Hole in the Wall.

Classes –

Beginner Origami will be offer on Monday 1/4 at the Ranch House Meetin’ Room at 1pm. Fee is $3

Beginner Watercolor class offered by Jane W will be in the art Barn on Tuesday 1/11 at 6-8:30pm.  Fee is $10 and please bring a towel, small container for water and pencil with erasers.  Sign up for either class is required.

Health –

We want everyone to be healthy and happy all year long!  Appointments for Chair Massage by Mandy are filling  fast.  Sign up in Activities for a time that is convenient. $10 fee payable at time of sign up. Hearing Life will be here on Friday 1/14 offering free hearing screenings.  Come to Activities to select a time that is convenient for you.  Wash hands often, cover coughs and sneezes, and stay home if you are not feeling well.

Lunch Seminars –

MASA will be here at 10:30am on Saturday 1/8 in the Hole in the Wall.    SkyMed is here on Tuesday 1/11 at 11:30am.  Sign ups are in the Activities office.

Winners! –

The Sundance/Fairways Veterans are pleased to announce the winners of the items that they were raffling off.  They wish to extend their sincere appreciation to everyone who purchases tickets.  Over $650 will be used to support Veterans in the Casa Grande area.  From Sundance Greg K. won the crocheted throw and Tony T. was the winner of the quilt.  Rex P. of Fairways won the beaded bracelet and Sue L. also of Fairways received the stained glass picture.   We also received a check for all of the aluminum collected that was over $200.  Again, we thank you.

The Sundance decorating contest was very competitive this year and definitely is brightening up our park!  RV winners which ended up with a four way tie for third place are : First Marvin & JoAnn site 307, Second Bob & Sharon site 382 and Third Phil and Kathy at #291.  Park Model – First, Collen & Kathy site #270, Second Andy  at site #32 and Rachel at #407. Home- First, Gary & Michelle #62, Second Shirley #24, and Third Charles & Margie #35.  Only two votes separate first and second in this category.  Winners, please come to Activates for your prizes.  Make sure you drive by all sites and enjoy the decorating and thank you to everyone who voted !

-“Christmas is forever, not for just one day. For loving, sharing, and giving, are not to put away.” – Norman Wesly Brooks