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AAUW past presidents meet for brainstorming session

Several past presidents of the American Association of University Women-Northwest Valley gathered for light refreshments at the home of past president Ann Mitchell, to brainstorm about the upcoming …

Chapel for Healing now home to Doing Grief Community Healing Project

The Church of the Palms, 14808 N. Boswell Blvd., recently dedicated its Interfaith Chapel for Healing as the new home of Doing Grief Community Healing Project. The Community Healing Project is a …

Summer camp looking for volunteers

It is never too late to go to camp.

Benevilla fair offers options for residents

Benevilla will host its second annual CARES Program Health Resource Fair in April.

Benevilla benefits from tourney

West Valley golfers helped Benevilla raise $75,000 during the March 3 “Golfing fore Good” tournament at the Wigwam Golf Course, 451 N. Old Litchfield Road, Litchfield Park.

Valley Vista athletes aid Sun City West church

The girls basketball and football programs at Valley Vista High School have donated hours of public service to Desert Garden United Church of Christ in Sun City West in the past three years.

Patchers group teaches new technique

The Palo Verde Patchers Hand Appliqué Special Interest Group is led by Ann Anderson and Phyllis Samuelson, meeting noon-4 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month. Anderson and Samuelson have …


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It is certainly time the issue of bowling priority for Sun City West residents is addressed.

Veteran honored by Sun City softball teams

The Sun City Softball Club has many military veterans participating and honors some of them.

Beth Emeth hosts low vision workshop

Beth Emeth Congregation hosted a free low vision workshop March 17, with guest speaker Dr. Dennis Siemsen, founder of the Rochester Mayo Low Vision Clinic. Diane Shapiro and Rob Upton helped set …

Drive supports local food bank

The Knights of Columbus Council 11809 is hosting its spring food drive 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, April 20. Donations collected will benefit the Valley View Community Food Bank. There will be two …

Sun City West Pickleball event raises money for charity

The SCW Pickleball Club, in partnership with the Sun City West Foundation, completed the March, 2023 Fun In The Sun “All for Charity” Pickleball Tournament & Ball Drop, at Liberty Courts Palm Ridge

Temple scholar to discuss Nazis stealing French art

Helen Schwartz, who has lectured and written about stolen French art by the Nazis during World War II and is Scholar-in-Residence at Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley, 12202 N. 101st Ave., will …

Sun City octogenarian golf tourney draws 110

The annual men’s Octogenarian Golf Tournament was played March 13 and 17 at Quail Run Golf Course, 9774 W. Alabama Ave., with 110 golfers 80 and older competing.

Sun City West artisans shine

Artisans of all kinds call Sun City West home.

Liang tourney scheduled in April for Sun City

The second annual Stanley Liang Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit Sunshine Service will be played Saturday, April 1 at the Quail Run Golf Course, 9774 W. Alabama Ave.

Local Daughters attend ceremony

Six members of the Sun City National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Agua Fria Chapter, recently attended the annual Massing of the Colors and Service of Remembrance patriotic ceremony …

PEO chapter gathers to welcome new sisters

Local chapter CK-ED of Philanthropic Educational Organization initiated two new sisters and celebrated their annual spring luncheon March 17. PEO is a 150-year-old women’s organization, founded …
Pictured are Marcine and Byron Coburn, poking fun at each other in “You’re the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly”, first recorded by Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty. (Submitted photo)

Karaoke variety show, dinner coming soon

The Karaoke Club’s annual variety show and dinner is Sunday, April 16, at the Palm Ridge Recreation Center ballroom, 13800 W. Deer Valley Drive. The ticket cost is $30 and includes a show in …

Desert Winds Steel Orchestra in concert at church

The Desert Winds Steel Orchestra will present a concert 2 p.m. Sunday, April 2, at Advent Episcopal Church, 13150 Spanish Garden Drive. The group began performing with eight members in 1997 and …
Asad Mecci and Colin Mochrie (Submitted photo)

Improv under hypnosis with Colin Mochrie

Straight from their New York City run of 70 shows, HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis, starring Colin Mochrie (of “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?”) and Asad Mecci (Master Hypnotist), stops for …
The Surprise Pops Band will perform March 26 at Shadow Ridge High School in Surprise.

Surprise Pops Band plays annual Shadow Ridge show

The Surprise Pops Band will perform its spring concert, starting at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 26 at Shadow Ridge High School.

The Foresters perform at local church

The Foresters, a family band in full-time gospel music ministry, will perform 4 p.m. Sunday, March 29, at Emmanuel Baptist Church, which meets at First Presbyterian Church, 12225 N. 103rd Ave. There …
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