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Sun City Festival Community Association

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26501 West Desert Vista Boulevard, Buckeye, Arizona 85396 July 2018
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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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•Drug Drop Off
10:00 am
•A Star Spangled
• Understanding
Kind of Evening!
Medicare 10:00 am
& 6:00 pm

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9:00 am to Noon
• BFS Home War-
ranty Seminar • OdySea Aquari-
12:00 pm
•ASTRONOMY 1 um Bus Trip

•WHO WAS SAUL OF
TARSUS - APOSTLE
PAUL 10:30 AM

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•Sunday Movie - •Tickets
Lady Bird on Sale for Linda
Ronstadt Tribute
9:00 am

•ASTRONOMY 1 •WHO WAS SAUL OF
TARSUS - APOSTLE
PAUL 10:30 AM

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• Bookmobile
•Quartley Directors 9:00 am to Noon
Board Meeting.
6:30 pm
Celebration Hall • CUTTING THE • Free Living
CABLE/SATEL- Trust Seminar –
•ASTRONOMY 1 LITE CORD Dwornik Law
9:00am

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July 15th
July Lady Bird

Events
Pre-Register at
Member Services
•ASTRONOMY 1 $3/person Includes
• SUMMERTIME Popcorn,
ESSENTIAL OILS 1 Soda and 1 Candy

FESTIVAL LEARNING CLASSES IN CAPS. BOOKMOBILE
Sign Up Today! July 12th and 26th
Sage Center 9am-Noon
Festival Ranch Park 1pm-4pm

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There is always something to do at Sun City Festival!
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MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS
ZUMBA 7:15AM S.E.T. 7:00 AM
ZUMBA 7:15 am
Fine Arts 8:30am S.E.T. 8:00 AM Wood Carving Class 8:00am
PILATES 8:30AM Swimmers Club Workout 7:00am Fine Arts 8:30am
YOGA 8:30AM Swimmers Club Workout 8:00am PILATES 8:20 AM (BALLROOM)
Pickleball 8:00am Pickleball 9:00am YOGA 8:30 AM
Mah Jongg 9:00am Players Club Mah Jongg & Open Play 9:00am Pickleball 8:00am
Knit One & Crochet Too 9:00am Players Club Bridge & Open Play 9:00am
Lady Putters 9:30am
STEP IT UP 9:15 AM
Beginner Bridge 9:00am
INTERVAL BLAST 9:45 Paper Crafts & More 9:30am Don’t Worry Bead Happy 9:00am
AQUA AEROBICS 10:00AM Strength, Stretch, Balance 10:30AM Mah Jongg Marathon (2nd) 9am-4:00pm
Current Events 10:30am AQUA AEROBICS 11:15 AM INTERVAL BLAST 9:45
DANCE FINTNESS 11:30AM DANCE FITNESS 11:45 AM AQUA AEROBICS 10:00 AM
Pickleball Women’s Rotational TBD Contract Bridge 12:30pm CARDIO LITE 11:00 AM
Dealer’s Choice Poker 12:30pm GENTLE FITNESS 11:45 AM
Chess 12:30pm
Knit One & Crochet Too 12:30pm
GENTLE YOGA 2:00PM
Scrabble 12:30pm Festival Stitchers 12:30pm CHAIR YOGA 3:15PM
Lady Putters 12:30pm Water Volleyball 1:00pm Texas Hold’em Limit Poker 12:30pm
GENTLE FINTNESS 12:45PM YOGA 4:00 PM Mah Jongg 12:30pm
GENTLE YOGA 2:00PM Tournament Poker (1st & 3rd Tue) 5:30pm Lady Putters 12:30pm
CHAIR YOGA 3:15PM Omaha Poker (2nd,4th,5th Tue) 5:30pm Genealogy (2nd Wed) 3:00pm
Woodcrafters 5:30pm Festival Veterans Club (4th Wed) 3:30pm
Euchre 6:30pm
Ponytail Canasta 6:30pm
Paper Crafts & More 6:00pm
Social Dance - Ballroom 6:00pm Pickleball 6:30pm Single Deck Pinochle 6:30pm
Desert Harmony Rehearsals 6:00pm Pickleball 6:30pm
Pickleball 6:30pm

THURSDAYS FRIDAYS SATURDAYS
S.E.T. 7:00 AM YOGA 8:00 AM H.I.I.T. 8:00 AM
S.E.T. 8:00 AM Pickleball 9:00am
Swimmers Club Workout 7:00am PILATES 8:00 AM (BALLROOM)
Swimmers Club Workout8:00am Pickleball 8:00am Don’t Worry Bead Happy 9:00am
Pickleball 8:00am Contract Bridge 9:00am AQUA YOGA 9:00 AM
Fine Arts 9:00am
Quilting Bees 9:00am Table Tennis 11:00 am
STEP IT UP 9:15 AM Texas Hold’Em Limit Poker 12:30pm
Lady Putters 9:30am ZUMBA 9:15 AM
Strength, Stretch, Balance 10:30AM AQUA AEROBICS 10:00 AM Partners Pinochle 12:30pm
Line Dancers- Steps & Basics 10:00am WoodshopMonthlyMtg(3rdFri)10:00am Couples Contract Bridge 6:00pm
Line Dancers- Beginner Lessons 10:30am Pickleball 6:30pm
LineDancers-IntermediateLessons11:15am FAB’s Luncheon 11:30am
AQUA AEROBICS 11:15 AM GENTLE FITNESS 11:45 AM
DANCE FITNESS 11:45 AM
Duplicate Bridge 12:30pm
Mah Jongg 12:30pm SUNDAYS
Chess 12:30pm
Knit One & Crochet Too 12:30pm
Water Volleyball 1:00pm Genealogy (2nd & 4th Fri) 1:00 pm Mah Jongg 12:30pm
EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION3:00PM CHAIR YOGA 1:00PM Chinese Mah Jongg 12:30pm
YOGA 4:00 PM GENTLE YOGA 2:15PM Dominoes (Mexican Train) 6:00pm
Dealer’s Choice Poker 5:00pm
Partners Pinochle 6:30pm
Bunco 6:30pm Double Deck Pinochle 6:30pm
Pickleball 6:30pm Pickleball 6:30pm
Table Tennis 6:30 pm

Charter CLUBS in Black.
FITNESS CLASSES in Purple. Stop by the Sage Center to sign up! 3
Resident Profile
News Bob and Kathy Novak
Hello everyone. We’re Bob and Kathy Novak. On June 6th, we will have
lived here in Festival exactly ONE YEAR, having relocated from the
Greater Chicagoland area, where we both grew up and have lived all our
lives! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!! It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already,
but on the other hand, we can’t remember ever living anywhere else!
Nor would we have wanted to live anywhere else! We’ve met so many
new friends since moving here, and absolutely LOVE being here. There is
always so much to do, and good friends to do it with! When we moved
in, we knew it would be a good decision to do so, but NEVER did we
expect that it would be as great as it has been!
I’m going to turn the big 70 this coming Memorial Day. I’m a retired
Regional Sales Manager for Minolta and Toshiba Corps, and spent 1969
and 1970 in Viet Nam with the 173rd Airborne Division, attached to the 75th Rangers. Kathy is a 39 year
employee with BMO Harris Bank, where she has been a Vice-President for several years now. Being with one
company for so many years is such a rarity, especially in today’s work environment! Kathy still works remote-
ly from home five days a week. Because of a 2 hour time difference from Chicago, Kathy starts her day pretty
early, but on the bright side, has her afternoons to enjoy with all her close gal pals doing all kinds of fun and
crazy stuff!
Before choosing Festival, we made two trips here to the valley and visited several Pulte and Robson proper-
ties from as far away as Florence to the West Valley. We kept coming back to Festival 3-4-5 times! Why? Sure
we saw some nice properties all over, but the thing that kept us coming back here were the people! Other
properties seemed like Ghost Towns when we went about the grounds. Every time we visited Festival, there
were always people all over the place doing all sorts of outside activities. THAT”S exactly the type of active
community we wanted to be a part of, so our decision was relatively easy, and we’ve never regretted our
decision since.
I’m currently recovering from a DOUBLE KNEE REPLACEMENT on April 12th, and happy to say, coming along
great, well ahead of the curve! We can’t wait to get back in shape, getting back into our terrific pool, and
starting a serious path in Pickle Ball! Softball is also a possibility in the not so distant future. In conclusion,
we have never been happier than we have been this past year. When you see us out and about, don’t hesi-
tate to say Hi!!

Fitness Free Blood Pressure
Fitness Assessment: Massage Therapy
Screenings
$40/one lesson. Complete Fitness Enjoy a relaxing, therapeutic massage. A
Assessment with a personal exercise massage promotes relaxation, reduces July 6th at 2 pm &
program including one lesson stress and relieves mental and physical June 16th at 9 am
fatigue. 60-minute appointment $60.00 (Sage Center Fitness)
Equipment Orientation: FREE
60-minute group session on effective Personal Training:
and safe exercise with demonstrations. One-on-one personal training is avail- Blood Pressure Testing is offered
Every Thursday at 3:00 PM in the able for those wanting or needing, a bit twice per month in the Fitness
Fitness Center. more exercise guidance or motivation. Center. No appointments are
necessary.
4 exercise program. 1 session: $35.00
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DO I NEED TO WARM-UP?
muscle contracts more forcefully A warm-up should last at least
and relaxes more quickly and five minutes. Depending on
easily allows strength and speed the activities being performed,
enhancement; warmer blood al- a thorough warm-up may need
lows more oxygen to be available to be thirty minutes or more.
to fuel working muscles An effective warm-up will start
• Dilated blood vessels, re- at very low intensity and effort
ducing both resistance to blood level and gradually increase ef-
by Chuck Eier, M.S. C.S.C.. flow and stress on the heart fort with time.
Fitness/Wellness Director
• Causes hormonal changes Warm-up prior to exercise is the
leading to greater availability of most effective way to minimize
Just as we prepare ourselves
carbohydrate and fatty acids for risk of excessive strain on the
for anything else, we need to
muscle fuel. muscular system and be sure the
prepare our bodies for every
body is prepared for the effort of
session of exercise. A complete A warm-up can be classified as
either general or specific. A exercise.
and thorough warm-up serves
just that purpose of preparation. general warm-up involves move-
Sources:
Without adequate warm-up we ment and use of most, or all, of
Baechle, T., Essentials of Strength
risk muscle pulls or tears, cardiac the muscles to increase body
Training and Conditioning, Human
incident, poor performance, and heat, circulation and loosen mus- Kinetics, Champaign, IL, 1994.
feelings of strain or excess exer- cles. This would include general Howley, E & Franks, B., ACSM Health
tion. calisthenics and dynamic use Fitness Instructors Handbook, Human
Proper warm-up provides many of all the body parts. A specific Kinetics, Champaign, IL, 1997.
benefits: warm-up, usually done as part Quinn, E., “A Proper Warm-up Has Im-
of a general warm-up, includes portant Exercise Benefits,” 2010.
• Increased temperature-
lower intensity performance
a warm muscle is more elastic
of the very skills and exercises
and pliable minimizing risk of
which will be performed during
pull, strain or tear and providing
the exercise/training session.
greater range of motion; a warm

Fitness
Group Exercise Classes
Group Exercise:
The Sage Center offers a wide variety of group exercise classes to help with every exercise need. We have
certified instructors who can make exercise fun and challenging. Zumba is a high-energy, Latin-dance-
based class. Yoga and Pilates are great to stretch and strengthen your muscles. Aqua Aerobics gives you a
great workout in the water. Other classes focus on improving balance. A Class schedule is available on the
Festival website or at the Sage Center Fitness Desk.
Classes:
$2.00 or $4.00
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Upcoming Sun City Festival
Lifestyle Events
July 12th July 15th August 17th
OdySea Aquarium Bus Trip Movie Matinee - Lady Bird Linda Ronstadt The Tribute star-
OdySea a marine aquarium, and The relationship comedy stars Sao- ring Laura Berger
the largest aquarium in the South- irse Ronan as Christine McPher- Featuring a beautiful selection
west United States. It holds more son, a rebellious student at a con- of Linda’s biggest rock hits from
than 2,000,000 US gallons of water servative Catholic Sacramento high the 70’s, her alternative country
and spans over 200,000 square feet. school who wants to escape her hits, big band/jazz songs, and her
There are over 30,000 animals and family and small-town constraints softer 80’s rock ballads, this show
500 different species in 50 exhibits. to go to college in New York. will have you singing and sway-
Bus leaves SCF at 9:00 am, spend- Includes candy bar, bag of popcorn, ing along as you are dazzled by the
ing approx. 4 hours at the Aquari- soda or water velvety voice of Laura Berger. Get
um
Start time: 1:00 pm $3.00 ready for a musical journey of a
$52.00 per person
lifetime. $20.00 per person

Chartered Club News
What are your interests? Join a club and have some fun!

S un City Festival actively promotes and supports a variety
of more than 30 Chartered Clubs within the community.
Each club is managed and run by volunteer residents who
passionately share a similar interests.

A separate club listing page with a short introduction of each
club and the contact person is available at Member Services as
well as online at www.OurSunCityFestival.net under the Clubs
& Interest Groups section.

All Sun City Festival residents are encouraged to participate in
any or all clubs. You can learn more about club opportunities
by attending their upcoming events or by contacting the club representatives for more information.

FESTIVAL LEARNING
Summer 2018
Astronomy 1 - July 10, 17, 24 , 31 (Tues)
Who Was Apostle Paul - July 12, 19 , 26 (Thurs)
Cutting the Cable/Satellite Cord July 25 (Wed)
Summertime Essential Oils - July 30 (Mon)
Astronomy 2 - August 7, 14, 21, 28 (Tues)
Essential Oils 102 - August 9 (Thurs)

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Dining Hours:
Sat 10:30 am - 8 pm
Sun 8:00 am - 8 pm
Mon - Fri 10:30 am - 8 pm

Breakfast:
Sun 8 am - 11 am

Happy Hour:
Daily 3 pm - 6 pm

Bar 28:
Closed Memorial Day to Labor Day

Golf Shop Summer Sizzler Sale
Receive 25% to 50% off your entire merchandise
purchase. Residents will shop and then proceed
to the counter where they will pick an American
Flag Day Tournament – Wednesday Flag that will have a percentage off attached to it.
July 4th 7:15 - 9:48 Tee Times Sale Starts Friday June 29th and Ends Wednes-
Individual Stroke Play Competition day July 4th
Players will be given an American Flag and they
will place it in the ground when they shoot par Monday and Friday Golf Clinics
plus their handicap. The player that makes it the Clinics are from 9:00am -10:00am and cost $20.
furthest around the course before they place their Space is limited so please sign up early. For more
flag will win. information or to sign up please call or visit the
Prizes for Men’s and Women’s Divisions golf shop.
Price: $ 30 Annual Pass Holders
$ 49 SCF Residents Horse Race / Shootout
$ 59 Resident Guest Thursday July 12th @ 5:00pm
Price includes: Green Fee, Cart, Range Balls, This event is a must if you like a good time. The
Prize Fund, and Lunch! closest to full contact golf you will get as your
Sign up in Golf Shop competitor’s egg you on, sometimes in your
backswing. This event features two person teams
Peg N Keg who alternate their shots. High scoring teams are
Monday July 16th @ 4:00pm eliminated on each hole until there are only three
This putting contest is a favorite among our resi- teams. Out of the three we will get a Win (1st
dents. Test your putting skills on our ever chang- Place), Place (2nd Place), and a Show (3rd place).
ing 9 hole course and bring your thirst as there Serious golfers must leave the serious at home
will be a keg of beer for you to enjoy as well. for this event, we like to have fun. Entry includes
All for only $10 2 drink tickets.
Cost $15
For a complete list of our rates, please
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Contact Information
Kim Rinehart
Community Manager
928-252-2103
krinehart@aamaz.com

Karey Belanger
Community Standards
928-252-2105
kbelanger@aamaz.com

Mike Marino
Facilities Director
928-252-2130
mmarino@aamaz.com

Janet Turner
Lifestyle Director
928-252-2104
jturner@aamaz.com

Chuck Eier
Fitness & Wellness
Director
928-252-2115
ceier@aamaz.com

Ryan Duncan
Communications
928-252-2133
rduncan@aamaz.com

Caring Neighbors
928-252-2118

Copper Canyon Golf Club/
Indigo Grille
928-252-6445

Festival Sales Center
623-444-1105
425.241.4393
Del Webb/Pulte
Customer Service
800-664-3094

AAM Billing/Customer Care
602-906-4940

Sage Recreation Center
928-252-2100
Fax: 928-252-2102
Monday - Friday
5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday
7:00 am - 10:00 pm

Wood Shop & Craft Studios
928-252-2283
Monday - Saturday
7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm