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April 2010 Newsletter

April 2010 Newsletter

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Contact Information& Important Numbers
April 2010
SUN CITY FESTIVAL BY DEL WEBB
Sun City FestivalSage Center
Front Desk:928-252-2100
News 
News 
Bruce FriedmanCommunity Manager928-252-2103Jennifer HaigwoodLifestyle Director928-252-2104Carol JacksonCommunity Standards928-252-2105Debbi FraserAdministrative Assistant928-252-2133Chuck EierFitness & Wellness Director928-252-2115George Jeffers, Ed. D.ASU Lifelong Learning Coordinator928-252-2107Caring Neighbors928-252-2118Copper Canyon Golf Club/Indigo Grille928-252-6445coppercanyongolfclub.comTown of Buckeye UtilityDepartment623-349-6100Southwest Gas602-861-1999
Buckeye Post Ofce
623-386-28101-800-275-8777Cox Communications623-594-1000Sales Center928-252-6500Del Webb Customer Service800-664-3183
The Indigo Grille had a fantasticMarch and is looking forward to aspectacular April.Be sure to make your reservationsfor the Easter brunch buffet on April 4th.Due to the popularity of Harp Lager and Killian’s Irish Red the Indigo Grille willfeature these beers in April as well.Don’t miss Chef Anthony’s great pasta specials on Thursday nights!See you at the Grille.
When you call 911, the call goes to thegeneral Phoenix emergency swichboard.
Callers will be asked specic questions.
These are very important, as they willdetermine how the rest of the call ishandled.What is the address of the emergency?They must know the address so they cansend the appropriate help. What is the phone number you arecalling from?They need to know the phone number youare calling from in case you are discon-nected.What is the nature of your emergency?They will need to know what is going on so
 they know what type of help you require.These are the most important questions
in the entire call. All of the dispatchers are
 trained to handle re calls, medical calls,and radio trafc. Last but not least tell the
dispatcher that Buckeye Fire DepartmentStation 704 is the closest responder to the community.Community Meeting with the BuckeyeInterim Police Chief 
April 5, 2010 at 1:00 pm
Mark Mann, the interim Chief of Police for the Town of Buckeye, will be addressing residents in the Sage Center’s CelebrationHall on April 5th at 1:00 pm.The Chief will brief us on projects currentlybeing worked on by thedepartment and answer
questions.
Interested residents are invited to attend.
www.oursuncityfestival.net
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Congratulations to all players in this year’s ClubChampionship tournaments.
Our 2010 champions are listed below. Please join us incongratulating these worthy champions.Women’s Golf Group Club ChampionshipMonday and Tuesday, March 15th and 16th, 2010Golf Format: Gross and Net in each FlightWe had a total of 34 participants.OVERALL GROSS CHAMPION: NANCY DANIELSON 160OVERALL NET CHAMPION: ANN REMINGTON 140(scorecard playoff)Men’s Golf Group Club ChampionshipWednesday and Thursday, March 17th and 18th, 2010Golf Format: Gross and Net in each FlightWe had a total of 76 participants.OVERALL GROSS CHAMPION: LEO KIM - 151OVERALL NET CHAMPION: THOMAS BODEN 136Please log on to
coppercanyongolfclub.com for all golf programming in April.
EMERGENCY 911
 
Sun City Festival Community AssociationSun City Festival Community Association
News News 
Ken took CJ to her senior prom and they’ve been together ever since. Their 43 years of marriage were spent in their native Michigan. They have raised 2 sons and a daughterand worship their 4 grandchildren. Ken retired as an engineer from GM in 2001 after32 years. CJ kept working as an educator until 2006.They both wanted to get out of the cold weather and snow. In their search for their perfect place, they visited severalcommunities in both Florida and Arizona. They decided Arizona and Sun City Festival offered everything they wanted,including a reunion with CJ’s sister and brother-in-law, Bev and Mal Warren. The Zimmermans moved here in October of 2007.Ken and CJ lost no time in getting involved in the community. They golf and are members of both the Player’s Club, and the newly formed Gourmet Club. Ken, an avid woodworker, got the Woodcrafters Club started. After a year as President,he now serves as Vice-President. CJ took up the reins of President of the Glass Arts Club this year and serves as one of  the instructors.“We’re never bored and we’ve developed so many wonderful friendships. We feel like we’re on an everlasting vacation.God has been so good to us.”
“We’re never bored and we’ve developed so many wonderful friendships.”
Ken and CJ Zimmerman
These days, we’re all aware of various illnesses which canpass from person to person though many different meth-ods. The list of indirectly transmitted illnesses via hands
and moist body uids includes inuenza, the common
cold, streptococcus (strep throat), staphylococcus, andmany others. Hands become contaminated after cough-ing, sneezing, shaking hands, touching doorknobs or other surfaces touched by other contaminated
hands. While our immune systems are great at ghting off infections, occasionally one of those pesky
bugs gets through.Good hygiene is one of the best ways to avoid getting and passing illnesses. Clean hands prevent the spread of illness and infec- tions at home, work and other places where many hands come in contact with shared handles, knobs, etc. Hands should be
washed frequently and thoroughly and include soap and hot water.
Another effective method of avoiding illness is to avoid sneezing or coughing into the hands. Additionally, keep the hands awayfrom the mouth, eyes and nose to prevent any contamination of the hands or bringing germs into the body.Our Sage Fitness Center is a great place to practice good hygiene. Our staff is diligent about following a regular cleaning schedule
for our tness equipment. For those times between equipment cleanings, it’s important for everyone using the tness equipment
 to wipe the handles and pads after use. Antiseptic wipes are available from two different dispensers located near the southwest
and northeast corners of the tness area. As well, liquid hand sanitizer is provided in wall-mounted dispensers at the east andwest entrance to the exercise area. To keep from passing infections, it’s important for everyone to clean weight and cardio equip
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ment after each use. Let’s make our tness center a germ-free zone.
Germsby Chuck Eier, M.S. C.S.C.S.
RESIDENT PROFILE
April 1Buckeye Bookmobile – 9:00am SageCenter Parking LotApril 1La-Z-Boy Seminar “Real Rooms, RealPeople, Real Designs” – 10:30amCelebration HallApril 2FREE Blood Pressure Screening – 2:00pmFitness CenterApril 6Physician Lecture: Fibromyalgia Facts– 10:00am Celebration Hall WestApril 7Promenade Travel “Meet Darlene”– 9:00am Cyber CaféApril 7EM Lynch Financial “Home Loan
Modications” – 10:30am Sable Room
April 8Physician Lecture: Shoulder Pain– 10:00am Celebration Hall WestApril 10Susan G. Komen Golf Tournament(shotgun) – 8:00am Copper CanyonApril 10Fifties Sock Hop (Live D.J./Food/Dancing)– 6:30pm Celebration HallApril 13DAY TRIP: Sedona Shopping (visit both
downtown Sedona & Tlaquepaque)
Promenade TravelApril 14WFG Investments “Financial Investments”– 10:00am Mulberry RoomApril 15Buckeye Bookmobile – 9:00am SageCenter Parking LotApril 16Resident Potluck Dinner – 6:30pmCelebration HallApril 19FREE Blood Pressure Screening – 9:00amFitness CenterApril 20DAY TRIP: Luke Air Force Base Tour &Lunch Promenade TravelApril 28Promenade Travel “Meet Darlene”– 9:00am Cyber CaféApril 21-23OVERNIGHT TRIP: Primm, NV 3days/2nights Promenade TravelApril 24“Anything Goes” Resident Gathering – 6:30pm Celebration HallApril 26“Monday Movie Madness” Law Abiding Citizen with Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx– 6:30pm Celebration HallApril 27-30OVERNIGHT TRIP: Bryce Canyon &Monument Valley (4 days/3 nights)Promenade TravelApril 29Buckeye Bookmobile – 9:00am SageCenter Parking LotApril 29Trivia Night – 6:30pmCelebration Hall
 
SUN CITY FESTIVALSpecial Events forApril 2010
Sun City Festival’sLifelong Learning Academy Happenings
This spring’s academy programs saw 138 residents register in various Lifelong Learning courses, lectures and events. This enrollment actually yielded 265 participants distrib-uted across our various programs, which is the largest number of our residents ever to take part in our community’s ASU Lifelong Learning program.Presently, we are in the process of preparing our fall 2010 course schedule. It is antici-
pated that the development of this program will be completed by the end of April and be available in our Academy ofce some
- time in early September.This tentative program brings back many of our popular ASU instructors, including Lou-ellen Fenter, Bob Burnett and Ernie Stechand will feature the return of our founding Program Director and present ASU faculty member, Diane Gruber who will present acourse on Women and Film. ASU will also offer a course in Southwest Native American Art and Architecture taught by the popularLifelong Learning instructor and professional artist, Allen Reamer. The schedule will also return Festival Community scholars,Mark Brim, Connie Collins, Anita Del Vecchio, Tom Ryan, Barbara Waggoner and Sylvia Zawierucha and introduce several newCommunity Scholars.Since the success of the Festival Lifelong Learning Academy depends on the development of a cadre of volunteer communityinstructors, we are always looking to work with community residents interested in sharing their life’s work or instructional exper- tise with their fellow Festival residents. George Jeffers is presently working with several new Community Scholars who will be
 teaching courses in the Academy for the rst time either this fall or in the 2011 spring term. It is not too late to join this group.
If you are interested contact George at george.jeffers@asu.edu.
 
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Indigo Grille & BarApril 4th 2010
$19.00 Inclusive Per PersonBuffet Served From 10:00 a.m. with last seating at 3:00 p.m.
Reservations Required, please call (928) 252-6431 ext 209
Bountiful Array of Breakfast Breads
Freshly baked assorted Danish, mufns,
and croissants served with whipped butter,cream cheese and fruit preserves
Fresh Seasonal Fruit Display
Seasonal Fruit with assorted Berries
Garden Salad
Mixed Field Greens with Cherry Tomatoes, European Cucumbers,And Shredded CarrotsAccompanied with Herb Vinaigrette and Ranch Dressing 
Sweet Cream Cheese Blintz
Crepes stuffed with sweet cream cheese and topped with a blueberry coulis
Grilled Swordfsh
Petite swordsh grilled and topped with a sun-dried tomato chutney
Herb Roasted PotatoesSteamed Vegetable Medley
Omelet Station
Featuring Peppers, Onions, Ham, Sausage, Mushrooms,and Shredded CheeseHickory Smoked Bacon and Herbed Breakfast Sausage
Carving Station
Peppercorn Crusted Top Round of Beef With traditional Au jus and Horseradish Cream
Desserts
Red Velvet, Carrot, and Triple Chocolate CakeServed with fresh whip cream
 
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The Sun City Festival team would like to announce, with mixed emotions, thedeparture from our ranks of John Bartilomo.John has served as Troon’s on-site General Manager of the Indigo Grille andCopper Canyon Golf Course for more than 3 years and played a major role in the start up and success of these operations. Hehas accepted a promotion from Troon to serve as the Corporate Director of Food and Beverage.We’re happy for John’s much deserved promotion, but sad that we will lose his vast experienceand expertise.We would like to welcome Jeff Berkowitzas Clubhouse Manager. Jeff will oversee all Indigo Grille and Clubhouse operations. Jeff hasworked in a number of notable valley restaurants, including Morton’s, Z Tejas, and the CapitalGrille. Jeff is passionate about creating the ultimate dining experience for his patrons. Please join the entire team in welcoming Jeff to Sun City Festival.
 
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Sun City Festival Community AssociationSun City Festival Community Association
News 
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Fitness ClassesChartered Club Activities
Monday Yoga 8:45amPilates 8:45amAqua Aerobics 10:00amBody Sculpting 10:00amZumba 11:00amStrength & Cycle 12:15pmLow Impact Aerobics 1:45pmStep Aerobics 3:00pmAqua Aerobics 4:00pmStretch, Flex & Tone 5:15pmTuesdayTotal Fitness 8:00amCardio Core 9:15amIntro to the Ball 10:15amFitness on the Ball 10:45amChair Fitness 3:45pmGroup Cycling 5:00pmWednesday Yoga 8:45amAqua Aerobics 10:00amZumbaGold 11:30amBody Sculpting 12:30pmZumba 1:30pmPilates 2:45pmAqua Aerobics 4:00pmStretch, Flex & Tone 5:15pmThursdayTotal Fitness 8:00amCardio Core 9:15amAqua Aerobics 10:00amIntro to the Ball 10:15amCore Plus on the Ball 10:45am Yogalates 2:00pmEquipment Orientation 3:00pmChair Fitness 3:45pmGroup Cycling 5:00pmFridayBody Sculpting 8:30amPilates 9:30amFitness on the Ball 10:45amLow Impact Aerobics 12:00pmStep Aerobics 1:15pmAqua Aerobics 4:00pm
Stretch, Flex & Tone 5:15pm
SaturdayGroup Cycling 8:00amAqua Aerobics 10:00amApril 6Sun City Festival Women’s Golf Group Spring Fling Luncheon andAwards – Indigo PatioApril 7Sun City Festival Men’s Golf Group –General Meeting April 10Susan G. Komen Golf Tournament8:00am ShotgunApril 19 - 23“Get Golf Ready” Clinics 9:00am$99.00 for 5 sessionsApril 26Nine ‘N’ Dine 3:30pmEvery Monday and ThursdayGolf Clinics 11:00am($15 each)Every Tuesday9:00amSun City Festival Women’s Golf GroupEvery Wednesday, 9:00amSun City Festival Men’s Golf GroupHappy Hour– Monday thru Friday4:00pm-6:00pmEvery Sunday8:00am - 12:00pmBreakfast in the Indigo GrilleEvery Wednesday, 4:00pm - 8:00pmis “Comfort Food Night”Every Thursday, 4:00pm - 8:00pm is“Pasta & Vino Night”Every Friday, 4:00 - 8:00pm is“Seafood Night”Every Saturday, 4:00pm - 8:00pm is“Prime Rib Night”
MondayPottery 8:00amPickleball 8:00amMah Jongg 9:00amTennis for Beginners 10:00amLady Putters 12:30pmDealer’s Choice Poker 1:00pmFine Arts 1:00pmWoodcrafters 5:30pmEuchre Lessons 6:00pmPickleball 6:00pmEuchre Play 6:30pmTuesdayPickleball 8:00amTennis 8:30amPaper Crafts 9:30amPlayers Free Play 9:00amDigital Camera 10:00amContract Bridge 1:00pmGlass Arts 1:00pmTexas Hold Em Tourney 5:30pm(1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month)Hi/Lo Poker 5:30pm(2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month)Ponytail Canasta 6:30pmWednesdayPottery 8:00amPickleball 8:00amFine Arts 8:30amTennis Clinic 10:00amMah Jongg 1:00pmTexas Hold Em Poker 1:00pmLadies Doubles Tennis 2:00pmPaws & Claws 5:30pm(1st Wednesday of each month)Paper Crafts 6:00pmSingle Deck Pinochle 6:30pmCribbage 6:30pmThursdayPickleball 9:00amGlass Arts 8:00amTennis 8:30amLady Putters 9:30amDuplicate Bridge 12:30pmDealer’s Choice Poker 5:30pmPickleball 6:00pmFridayPickleball 8:00amTennis 8:30amContract Bridge Lessons 9:00amQuilting Bees 9:30amKeep It Lite 10:00amFAB’s Luncheon 12:00pmMexican Train Dominoes 1:00pmBunco 7:00pmSaturdayPottery 8:00amTable Tennis 1:00pmTexas Hold Em Poker 1:00pmCouples Contract Bridge 6:30pmSundayBocce Ball 2:00pmMexican Train Dominoes 6:30pmSocial Dance 7:00pm
March 18, 2010
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March 20, 2010

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