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CLUBS

Pennsylvania club supports Sun City food bank

Joanne Robinson, Peggy Cokus, Doreen Roth and Bob Cokus, along with other Pennsylvania Club members, attended the second annual “Breakfast for a Cause” event April 12 at Chompies in …
NEIGHBORS

Celebrate World Labyrinth Day in Sun City

Dr. Robin Dilley discovered the healing effects of the labyrinth in 1999, after being diagnosed with breast cancer. After her treatment, she walked a labyrinth once a week for a year. The walks …
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At CenterWell Senior Primary Care in Phoenix, It's About Time

"Julia is the best provider I've ever had. She's really taking great care of me, and I hope to have her until the end of my time." - CenterWell Sun City patient "This was an incredible …
NEIGHBORS

Sun City Women’s Chorus takes break, welcomes new members

After finishing their year with the spring concert “Anything Goes,” the Sun City Women’s Chorus will be on break till Sept. 5. The Chorus welcomes new members who enjoy singing four …
CLUBS

Sun City Rockhounds celebrate 60 years

Cheryl Alvord, president of the Sun City Rockhounds, speaks during the club’s 60th anniversary celebration April 11. (Submitted photo/The Men’s Club) The Sun City Rockhounds …
GOLF

Townsend wins Sun City's Lakes West tournament

Lori Townsend won the Lakes West Women’s 9-Hole Golf League 2024 March tournament. She was awarded “Club Champion” by the March tournament co-chair Ann Babcock at the Lakes …
SPORTS

Octogenarian tournament concludes in Sun City

Players gathered for the 2024 Ladies Octogenarian Tournament. (Submitted photos/Diana Pomeroy) Mary Lou Grooms, left, and Barb Bough. (Submitted photos/Diana Pomeroy) Octogenarian …
NEIGHBORS

Sun City NSDAR welcome new member

Vice Regent LaVonne Rasmusson and Registrar Leslie Eaton, of the Sun City National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Agua Fria Chapter, administered the NSDAR Oath of Membership to Agua …
HEALTH

Banner Health helps combat cancer challenges

Cancer has a major impact on African American men and women and physicians are working to combat some of those challenges.
COMMUNITY

Sun City congregation donates to food bank

A member of Sun City Christian Church noticed the long lines developing at the Valley View Community Food Bank, 10771 W. Peoria Ave., so she challenged the congregation to increase their donations to …

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OPINIONS WITH CIVILITY
Back in the day, many years ago, together with my wife, I became a homeowner. That day was so exciting we were both almost vibrating. It was our first house, but not our last. Between then and now …
We all know there is one political party who constantly attacks network news as fake. Let me give you a perfect example of network TV fake news. The other evening we were having a burger at a …
Hello fellow RCSC members. This is Denny Nichols, former president of the RCSC Board. I was privileged to serve on the RCSC Board during the time Fairway was rebuilt, so I know firsthand how …
NEIGHBORS

Sun City, Sun City West Angels honor players — past and present

Angels in the Outfield serve Sun City West and Sun City softball players and their families. One example is when a player passes away, there are ways Angels help members rally around the family in …
LIBRARY

RCSC, MCLD to meet on Sun City libraries

Members of the Recreation Centers of Sun City board of directors and management staff will meet with representatives of the Maricopa County Library District soon to discuss the leases on the Bell and …
SERVICES

Sun City ‘punch cards’ go online

The Recreation Centers of Sun City are phasing out the physical “punch cards” used by members/cardholders to allow guests to use its facilities in favor of online purchases next week. …
NEIGHBORS

LGBTQ+ family, friends share stories at Sun City Healing Project

Georgia Feiste and Deb Bontadelli aim to create a trusted place of belonging for family and friends of those in the LGBTQ+ community. They will join forces with Doing Grief Community Healing …
MUSIC

Musician presents ‘Night of Worship & Praise’ at Sun City West church

Denver Bierman, trumpet player, vocalist and band leader, will perform 5 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at First Baptist Church, 17419 N. Conquistador Drive. The “Night of Worship and …
Entertainment
Sounds of the Southwest Singers

Choirs team for concerts in Sun City, Sun City West

The West Valley’s own Sounds of the Southwest Singers and Sounds of the Southwest Chorale community choirs are uniting in song to perform their Sacred Sounds Concert, highlighting various …

Sun City church hosts Desert Winds Steel Orchestra concert

First United Methodist Church and Pastor Kathleen Puntar host the Desert Winds Steel Orchestra in concert 3 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at 9849 N. 105th Ave. The event is free for the community and a …

Tremble Clefs present concert at Sun City church

The Tremble Clefs will perform 2 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at Sun City Christian Church, 9745 W. Palmeras Drive. Light refreshments will be served. The Tremble Clefs are music groups for people …
Several dozen vendors greet local residents for the Peoria Independent Senior Expo held in Westbrook Village. (Independent Newsmedia)

The Peoria Independent senior expo returns for another event

The Valley’s premiere senior event is now here! It’s that time of year again for the Peoria Independent Senior Expo, 9 a.m.-noon., March 28, at Westbrook Village, 19281 N. Westbrook …
The Desert Winds Steel Orchestra

Steel orchestra to perform at Sun City West church

The Desert Winds Steel Orchestra will present a concert 1 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at Advent Episcopal Church, 13150 Spanish Garden Drive. The group began performing with eight members in 1977 and has …
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