Club members serve those who serve others

Posted 5/19/20

Members of the Sun City Grand Music Club honored some of the unsung heroes in its local hospitals—both Banner Del Webb and Banner Boswell—by providing lunch to those who clean the …

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Club members serve those who serve others

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Members of the Sun City Grand Music Club honored some of the unsung heroes in its local hospitals—both Banner Del Webb and Banner Boswell—by providing lunch to those who clean the hospitals, emergency rooms and the rooms of sick patients.

Through the donation of many of its members, the club raised enough money to bring individual meals for each member of the Environmental Services Department at both locations.

They purchased the meals through Peter’s Bistro, a local eatery in Sun Village, 17300 N. Sun Village Parkway. Members wanted to support chef Peter Salazar and the Bistro as they had been scheduled to provide a meal for its year-end cast party following the club’s April concert, which did not take place due to COVID-19.  

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