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  • Sun City Festival Community AssociationJULY 201626501 West Desert Vista Boulevard, Buckeye, Arizona 85396

    NewsContact Information

    Quarterly Board of Directors Meeting

    Tuesday, July 266:30 pm Celebration Hall

    All Sun City Festival Residents Are Welcome To Attend

    Be sure to complete the 2017 Resident Directory Submittal Form Online.Deadline for completion is October 31, 2016

    The form link is available on the community website, www.OurSunCityFestival.net on the Home Page and can also be accessed by the computers in the ASU Computer Center.

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    SUNDAY MOVIE MADNESS

    Popcorn, 1 Soda, and 1 Candy Bar$3/Person Pre-Register at Member Services

    August 21

    This star-studded ensemble comedy tells a series of interlocking stories about motherhood. A divorced mother of two (Jennifer Aniston) falls for a guy with two kids of his own (Jason Sudeikis), a young woman (Britt Robertson) tries to find her biological mom (Julia Roberts), and an overstressed mother (Kate Hudson) is visited by her bickering parents.

    Mothers Day

    Comedy Rated PG-13

    1:00 PM - Celebration Hall

    JOYJuly 17A story of a family across four generations, centered on the girl who becomes the woman (Jen-nifer Lawrence) who founded a business dynasty and becomes a matriarch in her own right. Facing betrayal, treachery, the loss of inno-cence and the scars of love, Joy becomes a true boss of family and enterprise. Allies become adversaries and ad-versaries become allies, both inside and outside the family, as Joys inner life and fierce imagination carry her through the storm she faces.

    Drama Rated PG-13

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    To Register for a Trip, Contact

    FREE SPIRIT VACATIONS 480-926-5547

    www.freespiritvacations.com

    UPCOMING DAY TRIPS

    Free Spirit offers many choices including cruises, value tours and travel packages, adventure travel, and international vacations throughout the world.

    July 9: Verde Valley Wine Trail w/ Lunch August 2-3: Standn on the Corner in Winslow, AZ August 9: Williams and Bearizona Sept. 9: Musical Instrument Museum & Lunch in Carefree Oct. 5-8: Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Oct. 9: Apple Annies Wilcox

    July 1Red, White & Pool Event

    6-9 pm Sage Center Pool/Patio

    July 6Nice & Easy Travel Seminar

    10 am Sable Room

    Solar Topps Seminar5:30 pm Celebration Hall West

    July 7 Bookmobile

    9 am -12 pm Sage Center Parking Lot

    July 17Sunday Movie, JOY

    1 pm Celebration Hall

    July 20Sun Valley Solar Seminar

    9:30 pm Sable Room

    Solar Topps Seminar5 pm Celebration Hall West

    July 21 Bookmobile

    9 am -12 pm Sage Center Parking Lot

    July 22SolarCity Seminar

    9:30 pm Celebration Hall East

    July 23 Rod Steward Tribute Show

    by Gregory Wolfe7 pm Celebration Hall

    July 26Quarterly Board of Directors Meeting

    6:30 pm Celebration Hall

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    Visit Member Services for Details and to Register for Casino Day Trips

    Tuesday, August 9Wild Horse Pass Casino

    - Complimentary Bus Trip and $ Play

    $2/person fee collected for driver gratuity per casino trip

    JULY

  • NewsRESIDENT PROFILE

    We moved to Festival in November, 2013 from the Seattle area where we resided for 31 years and raised our family. Tony retired from UPS in 2010. Sue mostly was a stay at home mom, but has worked for the Washington affiliate of Blue Cross for the past eight years and continues to work from home. We live in Festival year-round, are sports fans and remain loyal to our Washington teams. We also love to cruise.

    Our first visit to Arizona was 10 years ago. After visit-ing Trilogy we could envision ourselves retiring in an adult community. We continued to travel to Arizona annually, visiting and staying at as many adult com-munities as we could while we planned for retirement. Each community has something different to offer, but after staying at Festival twice, it became obvious that it was the best fit for us.

    One of the things we enjoy most about our community is meeting and making friends from all over the coun-try. We have a great neighborhood and get together regularly for breakfasts and happy hours at the Indigo Grille.

    We both enjoy the gym and the fitness classes as well as the pool. Tony golfs as much as he can and also works part-time at the Indigo Grille. We are members of the Brew Crew and the Hiking Club and made the trip with the Club in March to the bottom of the Grand Canyon Tony by foot and Sue by mule. It was an awesome experience for both of us! We are looking forward to rafting the Colorado River with the Hiking Club next April.

    We have three married daughters, a grandson who is almost three and an eight-month old granddaugh-ter, all living in the Seattle area. When our grandson comes to visit, he loves riding in the golf cart with his Guppa.

    Once Sue retires next year (514 days according to her retirement countdown clock), we plan to spend time traveling the country by motorhome, visiting sports stadiums and breweries and crossing items off our bucket list. I cant lie I also look forward to being able to escape heat every summer.

    We have no regrets about our decision to move to Festival. We thoroughly enjoy the active adult lifestyle and look forward to becoming more active in 514 days!!

    Susan and Tony Holcomb

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    Finance Committee Volunteer SoughtThe Board of Directors is soliciting a volunteer candi-date to serve on the Resident Finance Committee. The committee works closely with the Staff in reviewing the financial operations of the Community Association. This includes the monthly financial review process, the Re-serve Study and reserve investment process, the Annual Audit, and Operating Budget process.

    The Board of Directors anticipates filling the vacancy on the Finance Committee effective September 1, 2016. Committee members can anticipate attending the Monthly Finance Committee Meeting, currently held on

    the second Thursday of each month in the Sage Center Conference Room. In addition, there will

    be situational meetings to discuss budgets, audits, and other community financial topics.

    Resident members in good standing who are interested in serving on the Resident Finance Committee should submit a short application letter requesting the ap-pointment to the Committee. In this letter, the individual should outline their qualifications and experience, and express why they desire to serve on the Committee. All application letters should be addressed to the Communi-ty Manager, Brad Lundmark at blundmark@aamaz.com. The deadline for application letters is July 29, 2016, so interested residents should get their letters to Brad at their earliest convenience.

  • NewsChartered Club Activities Chartered Club News

    Sun City Festival actively promotes over 30 Chartered Clubs managed by residents who passionately share a variety of similar interests. A separate club listing with an introduction of each club and their contacts is available at Member Services as well as online at OurSunCityFestival.net under the Clubs & Interest Groups section.

    Below are a few upcoming club activities. All Sun City Festival residents are encouraged to participate in any or all clubs. Learn more about club opportunities by attending the upcoming events or by contacting club representatives.

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    Ladies Doubles Tennis 8:00amFine Arts 8:30am

    Pickleball 9:00amMah Jongg 9:00am

    Knit One & Crochet Too 9:00amLady Putters 9:30am

    Pickleball Womens Rotational Play 12:00pmDealers Choice Poker 12:30pm

    Chess 12:30pmScrabble 12:30pm

    Lady Putters 12:30pmWoodcrafters 5:30pm

    Euchre 6:30pmSocial Dance - Ballroom Lessons 6:30pm

    Desert Harmony Rehearsals 6:30pmPickleball 6:30pm

    Swimmers Club Practice 7:00amPickleball 9:00am

    Mixed Doubles Drop-In Tennis 9:00am Players Club Mah Jongg & Open Play 9:00am

    Paper Crafts & More 9:00amContract Bridge 12:30pmWater Volleyball 1:00pm

    Knit One & Crochet Too 1:00pmTournament Poker (1st & 3rd Tue) 5:30pm

    Omaha Poker (2nd,4th,5th Tue) 5:30pmPonytail Canasta 6:30pm

    Pickleball 6:30pm

    Wood Carving Class 8:00amFine Arts 8:30am

    Pickleball 9:00amMens Doubles Tennis 9:00am

    Crafty Scrappers 9:00amPlayers Club Bridge & Open Play 9:00am

    Beginner Bridge 9:00amMah Jongg Marathon (2nd) 9am-4:00pm

    Texas Holdem Limit Poker 12:30pmMah Jongg 12:30pm

    Lady Putters 12:30pmLadies Doubles Drop-In Tennis 1:30pm

    Dont Worry Bead Happy 2:00pmSingle Deck Pinochle 6:30pm

    Pickleball 6:30pm

    Swimmers Club Practice 7:00amPickleball 9:00am

    Mixed Doubles Drop-in Tennis 9:00amFine Arts 9:00am

    Lady Putters 9:30amLine Dancers - Steps & Basics 10:00am

    Line Dancers - Beginner Lessons 10:30amLine Dancers - Intermediate Lessons 11:15am

    Duplicate Bridge 12:30pmWater Volleyball 1:00pm

    Knit One & Crochet Too 1:00pmDealers Choice Poker 5:00pm

    Partners Pinochle 6:30pmPickleball 6:30pm

    Mens Doubles Tennis Ladder 9:00amPickleball 9:00am

    Contract Bridge 9:00amQuilting Bees 9:00am

    Woodshop Monthly Mtg (3rd Fri) 10:00amFABs Luncheon 11:30am

    Mah Jongg 12:30pmChess 12:30pmBunco 6:30pm

    Pickleball 6:30pm

    Mixed Doubles 3.0/3.5 Tennis 8:00amPickleball 9:00am

    Dont Worry Bead Happy 12:00pmTexas HoldEm Limit Poker 12:30pm

    Partners Pinochle 12:30pmCouples Contract Bridge 6:00pm

    Pickleball 6:30pm

    Mah Jongg 12:00pmDouble Deck Pinochle 6:30