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SUN CITY NEWS
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Signatures on RCSC property approved in Sun City

Sun City residents will have a chance to get petition signatures on Recreation Centers of Sun City properties.
HEALTH

Seminar in Surprise provides cues for understanding dementia

A presentation is coming to Surprise about “Understanding Dementia: A Challenging Journey.”
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Looking for Alzheimer answers in Sun City

There is an ongoing study looking for seniors to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease breakthroughs.
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SITE UPDATE: Sun Citians could face more increases

Sun Cities residents could be facing increased sewer rates five years after EPCOR Water Co. officials were successful in consolidating wastewater districts.
SUN CITY CLUBS & NEIGHBORS
Clubs
Richard Hoffman is the Palo Verde Art Club’s artist of the month for February. Hoffman was 56 when he moved to Sun City and he worked for RCSC until his retirement. After a short period of …
Bill George was introduced to photography around the age of 10 years old by his grandfather, who being a photographer himself, had a darkroom with all the necessary equipment to process film. This …
Idaho State Club members recently attended their first get-together after a Covid-19 induced hiatus. Pictured are nearly 40 members, including club president Karen Ferguson, who gathered for lunch at …
The Sun City Tai Chi Club’s complimentary open house is 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the Sundial Recreation Center, 14801 N. 103rd Ave.  In addition to regular classes, the …
The Sundial Craft Club recently received an award from Stitches of Love to recognize the contributions of handcrafted items donated by club members. In addition, the club received a certificate of …
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Neighbors
When Artino Sims was born, his father was so sure he’d grow up to be an artist that he gave him a name to seal his destiny. As fate would have it, Sims developed a deep passion for painting and …
The Sun City Hiking club has been around for 50 years.
One of the oldest and least known charitable agencies servicing Sun City is expending its services.
Sun City Agua Fria National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Honorary Chapter Regent Shirley Staggs presented Vietnam War era commemorative surviving spouse lapel pins and brochures …
Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court #2278 Our Lady of Lourdes, Sun City West, is sponsoring a Lenten retreat Saturday, March 11, at 19002 N. 128th Ave. The speaker is Father Gary Norman, who …
Entertainment
Jane Higgs belts out a ballad for the Rhythm Ramblers at a recent First Tuesday Dance and Concert. (Submitted photo)

Rhythm Ramblers are ‘Lovin’ and Swingin’’

Last September, it was unclear whether the Rhythm Ramblers, Sun City’s original big band and first chartered club, would continue into its 59th year. Then a new board took over. Four …
The Priscilla Rose Band features, from left, Peoria resident Fabian Cetrone (bass), Sun City resident Rich La Rose (guitar and vocals), Glendale resident Priscilla Pinches (keyboard and vocals) and Phoenix resident Dan Seabreeze (drums).

Priscilla Rose Band to play this weekend in Surprise

The Priscilla Rose Band will be performing classic rock and pop tunes suitable for dancing this weekend in Surprise.

Church event features Italian dinner, Big Band show

The 6:15 p.m. Feb. 25 Saturday Nite Life dinner/show at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 13724 W. Meeker Blvd.. offers an Italian themed dinner of baked ziti with beef, ricotta, parmesan, mozzarella …
Forever Young Big Band

Church features jazz concert, meal

Lakeview United Methodist Church, 10298 W. Thunderbird Blvd., is hosting a concert of jazz and swing standards 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, in the worship center. There will be a free-will …
The Desert Aires will also introduce the banter of Director Cary Burns and Master of Ceremonies Barney Barnhart, pictured.

Chorus readies for ‘Remember When...’ show

The Desert Aires Barbershop Chorus presents its 47th annual show “Remember When...” 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5, at the Sun City Sun Dial auditorium, 14801 N. 103rd Ave. The show also …
Business
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Cleaning up a problem property in Sun City

Navi Sangha knew what he was getting into when he bought a convenience store on a busy intersection in Sun City.
Business

UK company expands into Surprise

Memory Lane Games, a United Kingdom-based company, expanded into the AZ TechCelerator, 12425 W. Bell Road, Surprise.
Business

Peoria company starts in garage, goes viral

The mythology launching a company out of one’s garage isn’t exclusive to Silicone Valley.
Business

Thunderbird keeps valuables safe

Business name: Thunderbird Mini Storage, a Cox Armored Mini Storage Management Inc. facility, 12800 N. 94th Drive, Peoria; 623-933-6339; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday.
Business

Couture named Sun Health officer

Sun Health officials named John Couture as the organization’s chief optimization officer.
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