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Sun City church slates annual rummage sale

The annual rummage sale hosted by the Congregational Church of Sun City will take place 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday and Friday, March 7-8, at 18401 N. 99th Ave. The sale will feature indoor and …
CLUBS

Sun City Tai Chi Club presents workshops, ceremony

In celebration of the Tai Chi Club of Sun City’s tenth anniversary, club founder Taoist Abbot Grandmaster Franklin Wood returns to present “Three Days with Grand Master.” Author and …
CLUBS

Sun City Rockhounds set annual rock sale

The Sun City Rockhounds will hold their annual rock sale 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, March 9, in the Mountain View Recreation Center parking lot, 9749 N. 107th Ave. Since the club is having a moving …
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SERVICE

Sun City senior center offers free haircuts

Banner Olive Branch Senior Center will be teaming up with The ClipDart Giveback, a mobile haircut non-profit, to offer seniors 60 + free haircuts starting Feb. 19 through the first week of June. …
CLUBS

Sun City Ukulele Club members entertain at center

Sun City Ukulele Club members Sandy Mitchell and Kristy Worden volunteered their time and talents Feb. 14 to play and sing some favorites at the Olive Branch Senior Center, 13049 N. 103rd Ave. The …
CONCERT

Sun City's Sundial Auditorium hosts rock concert

Get ready to celebrate a time in musical history when album oriented rock (AOR) rocked the world. The Recreation Centers of Sun City presents “Rock Revisited - When FM Ruled the World” at …
CLUBS

​Republican club to meet in Sun City West

The Sun City West Republican Club meets Saturday, March 2, 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 starts …
PEOPLE

Villa active in Sun City Poms

Kathy Villa was first introduced to the Sun City Poms on New Year’s Eve, 1983, during a performance in Tempe. She was amazed by their grace and fun-loving attitudes. Now a Pom herself, people …

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OPINIONS WITH CIVILITY
Mr. Hendrix, we are entitled to our opinions. Mine are not based on “fake” news. I’m not forgetting 91 lawsuits and felony counts. These accusations are lame! Stormy Daniels, …
This past year has proved quite challenging. It began by including members in helping develop the annual budget. Members participated in meetings about the corporation’s finances, asked …
I try not to write anything about politics because people will believe what they have been trained to think, no matter what the facts prove. Ward Hendrix is just one of the people who refuses to look …
CHARITY

Churches pair to support food bank in Sun City

United Church of Sun City and Church of the Palms Sun City completed their annual Souper Bowl of Caring Soup Drive Feb. 11, which corresponds with the NFL’s Super Bowl. Both churches encouraged …
CLUBS

Surprise PEO chapter meets for anniversary

For 23 years, members of Chapter EO of the international organization PEO (Philanthropic Educational Organization), based in Surprise, have celebrated its founding.
SPORTS

Ladies octogenarian golf tournament returns to Sun City

The 2024 Sun City Ladies Octogenarian Golf Tournament is Monday, April 8, and Friday, April 12, at the Quail Run Golf Course, 9703 N. Sun Valley Drive. There is one nine-hole round each day with a 9 …
MOBILITY

Free rides available in four communities

Northwest Valley Connect is now accepting new riders for free, door-to-door transportation in Sun City, Sun City West, Peoria and Surprise.
GOLF

Two vehicles added to prizes in Sun City tournament

The Sun City Men’s Octogenarian Golf Tournament is taking place for the 44th consecutive year in March. Two new prizes have been announced - a 2024 Buick automobile will be awarded for a …
Entertainment

Sun City West church hosts upcoming concert

The Salty Dawgs will perform 1 p.m. Sunday, March 3, at Advent Episcopal Church, 13150 Spanish Garden Drive. The group began performing for residents of the Grand in 2017 and when all indoor …
The Rhythm Ramblers’ February dance at Sundial auditorium broke the club’s attendance record.

Rhythm Ramblers to perform TV themes in Sun City

The Rhythm Ramblers, Sun City’s original big band, will continue its First Tuesday concert and dance series March 5 in the Sundial Center auditorium, 14801 N. 103rd Ave. Doors open at 2 p.m. …
Voctave

A cappella choir to light up Webb Center stage in Wickenburg

The a cappella ensemble Voctave takes the Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts stage in March.

Tremble Clefs to perform in El Mirage

The West Side Tremble Clefs will perform a concert at the Pueblo El Mirage Golf and RV Resort banquet hall in March.
The Sun City Ukulele Club

Acoustic jams return to Sun City

The Sun City Ukulele Club is restarting its special interest group for all forms of acoustic instruments with Marty Morris taking over the management of the program. The jams are scheduled for …
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