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Sun City Ukulele Club hosts free orientation

Learn to play the ukulele with the Sun City Ukulele Club,  which is hosting two free orientation sessions 1:30-2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 and 12 in the Fairway Center Music Room. RCSC members/cardholders …

Daughters host Constitution Day luncheon

The Sun City National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Agua Fria Chapter, hosted a Constitution Day luncheon Sept. 16.

AAUW members visit doll, toy museum

Arizona Adventures, a group within the American Association of University Women, Northwest Valley Branch, recently made an excursion to the Arizona Doll and Toy Museum in Glendale.  The …

Church offers blessings of pets in the Sun Ciites

Blessing of the animals is affirmation of God’s love for all, even the tiniest of animals and birds.

Lifelong Learning Club announces opportunities, fall registration

When some of us bought second homes or decided to escape winter weather in the north or northeast and we settled on Sun City, we furnished our new homes with Arizona themes, including pottery and …

Sun City West residents visits the border

A Sun City West resident visited the southern border and will present to the community in an upcoming event.

Catholic Daughters host shred-a-thon in Sun City West

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Daughters Court #2278, Sun City West, is sponsoring a shred-a-thon 8-11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at 19028 N. 128th Ave. Donations are accepted with a five box limit. …

Sun City church celebrates anniversary with car show

Faith Presbyterian Church, 16000 N. Del Webb Blvd., is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a vintage car show 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 5. There will be vintage vehicles, multiple food trucks and …

RCSC Board candidate deadline nears

The submission deadline for the Recreation Centers of Sun City Inc. Board of Directors election is nearing. This year, the RCSC Board has four open positions to be filled at the election on the …


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I must respond to the letter “Trump charges are politically motivated.” I’m sick and tired of politics. I am an independent. I yearn for facts and tired of truth those who are …
Sarah West’s critique of my comments on slavery demands a response. She accurately points out that the Democratic Party did virtually nothing to help slaves in the 19th century. However, we …
It is always amusing to see the lengths that people will go to devise “rational” arguments to support positions that their emotions drive them into. (“Democrats are the root of …

Oregon Club hosts welcome back event

The State of Oregon Social Club is hosting its welcome back dinner.

Sun City West Republican Club slates meeting, speaker

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet Saturday, Oct. 7, at Church on the Green, 19051 R.H. Johnson Blvd. Social time is at 8:30 a.m. with coffee and donuts available, and the meeting …

Free webinar to examine prayer practices

“Imaging God, Imaging Ourselves: The Exercise of Prayer” will be the topic of a free webinar.

Local Colonial Dames attend state meeting

President Lillian Schauer and Treasurer Sandy O’Donnell, local members of the Sonora Chapter of Colonial Dames 17th Century, attended the Arizona State Board of Management meeting Sept. 19 in …

Sun City Visitor & Welcome Center celebrates anniversary with new name

The Sun City Visitor & Welcome Center, located within the Bell Recreation Center, celebrated its 20th anniversary with a nod to its unique history, and a soft launch of a new name. …
Q’iru Duet will begin the next season of Lunchtime Theater on Oct. 12 at Arts HQ in Surprise.

Latin American duet kicks off Lunchtime Theater in Surprise

Opera, comedy, Latin and holiday classics are included in the Lunchtime Theater season lineup.

Sun City church hosts musical performance

The musical group WildeP’lay will perform 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, at Advent Episcopal Church, 13150 Spanish Garden Drive. The group will present “A Magical Music Tour” concert, which …
Band members Rick Cram, Billy Bartus, Guy Dobbiins, Greg Dzubay, Ron Adler and Dewey Harnagel.

Rockin’ the Oldies announces open mic, jam

Rockin’ the Oldies is hosting two upcoming open mics/jams at The Chicken Ranch.
The Sounds of the Southwest Singers

Sounds of the Southwest Singers perform at Sun City church

The Sounds of the Southwest Singers will perform its Variety of Sounds concert 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, at United Church of Sun City, 11250 N. 107th Ave. The concert will feature favorites from …
The West Valley Chorale is a Surprise 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts organization comprised of auditioned singers from 10 communities throughout the West Valley and is supported by season sponsor Sanderson Lincoln, Royal Oaks, spring concert sponsor, advertisers, ticket sales and tax-deductible donations from patrons.

West Valley Chorale announces 40th anniversary season

The West Valley Chorale will kick off its 40th anniversary performance season with concerts and special events.
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