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Boo Williams Holiday Classic

Christmas in 2009 was spent in Phoenix, Arizona, at the Nike Tournament of Champs, where Georgetown defeated Chandler, Arizona, on the buzzer. The team traveled the Apache Trail, experiencing Camelback Mountain and an old ghost town in addition to attending an Arizona State women’s basketball game.

Georgetown flew to Oakland, California, after Christmas in 2010, where the team placed fourth out of 96 teams in the West Coast Jamboree, losing to nationally ranked Berkeley and Long Beach Poly. While in San Francisco, the team visited Muir Woods, Golden Gate Bridge, Chinatown, and Fisherman’s Wharf.

Georgetown headed east to Virginia Beach, Virginia, and the Boo Williams Holiday Classic in December 2011, where the team went 2-1, snapping a 17-game winning streak. The team explored a lighthouse, rode the oldest wooden carousel in the country, visited Jamestown, ate rare prime rib at Colonial Williamsburg, toured ChristmasTown at Busch Gardens, and experienced GeoCashing, where they found the oldest church in America as well as other historic treasures.






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Sun City Texas Community Association chartered clubs Actors & Theatre Arts Guild > Clubs > Theatre Club No meetings in August; see you in September! Contact: Marilyn Hooks, 868-2537 or Our monthly business meetings and workshops are open to all Sun City residents. Please feel free to attend any of our meetings. We would enjoy meeting you and giving you information about our entertaining group! Night of January 16th, written by Ayn Rand and directed by Frank Benko, will be presented in the Activities Center Atrium at 7 p.m. August 15-18 and 22-25. This gripping courtroom drama about the rise and destruction of a brilliant and ruthless man features a jury selected from the audience. Was his death an accident, suicide, or murder? Will the prosecutor or the defense attorney win the murder case brought against his devoted secretary and mistress? Which of the witnesses can you believe? The verdict (and the ending of the play) lies in the hands of the jury seated at each performance. Since its original Broadway success, Ayn Rand’s vision of human strength and weakness has achieved vast worldwide popularity and acclaim. Tickets are $10, and can be purchased at Member Services, online, or at the door. Complimentary wine is served at intermission. Auditions for Roses in December will be held September 5-6 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Jarrell Room. The play has one male and one female and will be done in a reader’s format, and presented the week of November 12. For information or a script, call Dave Lovelace at 864-2131.

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603 West University #106, Georgetown Next to El Patron Restaurant > Clubs > Alternative Health & Wellness No General Meeting in August Contact: Doug Willoughby at 819-0133 or The Qigong Exercise Group will continue to meet during the summer each Monday and Wednesday at 8 a.m. in the Atrium, and on each Friday at 8 a.m. in the Florence/Georgetown room at Cowan Creek. The Healing Energy Study Group will not meet again until October, and the Spirituality Groups will not meet again until September. The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Study Group continues to meet in AC Meeting Room 3 at 3:30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month with the leader Mary Fink.

Amateur Radio Society (SCARS) > Clubs > Amateur Radio Society Meeting: First Wednesday of the Month Time and Location: 7 p.m., CCAC, Florence Room Contact: John Scott, President, 863-3710 or The Sun City repeater is on 441.625 MHz, plus dup, pl tone 103.5. Yup, it’s back up and running so give us a shout. We will be glad to hear from you. The presentation for August will be an introduction to the Disaster Services Technology Group of the Red Cross. This group is responsible for all communication, networking and computer operations for major disaster relief operations for major disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes. Gene Miller, K1USR, will make the presentation. Gene has been

chartered clubs a part of this group for many years and has vast experience setting up networks and communications. Our August meeting will start the standard informal mixer followed by a brief business meeting and then the technical presentation. The mixer includes demos of members’ equipment and toys. Feel young again—bring something to show and tell. SCARS membership is open to anyone who has an interest in radio. You do not have to be a licensed ham to participate in club activities. Come join the fun and see just how we do it. Worried about the weather or other emergencies here in Central Texas? Come and find out what we are doing to provide communications during these extreme events. Maybe you just want your weather radio programmed—we do that also, just contact us via the website listed or email scars@suddenlinkmail. com. We even have Elmers to help, but you will have to come to the meeting to see who they are and what they can do.

Aviation Club > Clubs > Aviation Saturday, August 11, 8:30 a.m., ACA Contact: President Bud Farrell, 591-7731 A couple of centuries have passed since the dreamers, experimenters and inventors considered flying an achievable objective. Yet some still dream about having a little more time, more money and just the right amount of talent and encouragement to achieve goals of soaring in that vast blue sky. For the most part, we’ve turned our inventive and mechanical genius over to aircraft manufacturers to figure out. (We’re retired, remember! Some among us here in Sun City have been there and done that!) These ambitious, successful and often notable people gather regularly to discuss aviation’s past and present glory. We are the Sun City Aviation Club, which meets every second Saturday of the month at 8:30 a.m. for coffee and donut holes, in the Atrium of the Activities Center. There is some hangar flying and there are stories about general aviation, commercial and military. If you have ever attempted to build or helped build a flyable aircraft; or have dreamed of hopping a 737 at Bergstrom, flew into Dallas or Houston, then transferred to a 787 Dreamliner (destination: Moscow!); or maybe just fly the family flivver over to Marble Falls for breakfast, then you are a candidate for membership in the Sun City Aviation Club. Join us for lots of fun; we tell a few stories, we brag a little and we may even try to predict the future of the aviation industry. You will fit right in! Dues are $12 a year.

Ballroom Dance > Clubs > Ballroom Dance Wednesday, August 8, 7 p.m., SCB Contact: Meredith Chiles, 868-1391 or, or visit the club website Guests Welcome—Come Dance—Have Fun. Luau night: This dance will be a Luau featuring punch, light refreshments and a special Hawaiian show at intermission. Carefully selected recorded music for Fox Trot, Waltz, East and West Coast Swing, Cha Cha, Rumba, Tango, Samba and other dances will be used. Non-resident guests, please bring $5 at the door. Ice, water, plastic glasses and napkins will be provided. Please Continued on next page

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remember to bring your own beverage needs. Dance Instructions: Classes for Beginning Waltz, Beginning and ContinuingTango, and An Introduction to Ballroom Dance will begin August 28.

Billiards (Aka The Rack Pack) > Clubs > Billiards Contact: Phillip Pensabene, 868-0103; Email: Don’t forget the Billiard Center is air-conditioned. Stay cool, play pool! The Billiard Center is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The phone number is 948-POOL (7665). We are located at 1410 Sun City Blvd., across from the Pickleball courts. Monday night is Social Billiards. This is a great opportunity for ladies and couples to play or learn to play with no commitments and no pressure, just drop in and have some fun. Beginners are encouraged and folks show up anytime from 6 p.m. on. Come by and have a game. If you enjoy it, come back often and join our club. Members are eligible for lessons, tournaments, and special billiards parties! Our stereo system plays background music, the televisions show financial news in the mornings and news and sports the rest of the day. We are also a wi-fi hot spot too! Our players range from beginners to expert. It is easy to join a game in progress or come as a couple or group. The Billiard Center is a beautiful environment and playing pool is a pleasant way to pass the time. The annual dues are $12 for an individual or $20 for a couple. Applications are available in the Billiards Center and thru the online Sun City website ticketing. Visit our website for more information.

Bocce > Clubs > Bocce Thursday, August 2, at 10 a.m., AC, MR 3/4 Contact: Paul Chevalier, 868-5173 or Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., BC We invite all Sun City residents to come and enjoy the game of bocce. Come out and give it a try. After a few sessions, if you decide you like the game as much as we do, we invite you to join our club. Our dues are only $6 for the remainder of the year. Bill Templeman rolled 5-point frame during the past month. An 8-week tournament was completed with Harry Daw taking first place, Russ Ruff in second, and Larry Hunting finishing third. Congratulations go out to all of these players! Members of the Bocce Club traveled to Sun City Sweetgrass in Houston to teach residents there to play Bocce. Bocce Fact of the Month: There are basically three game strategies: (1) Roll your bocce ball closer to the pallino than that of the opposition. (2) Knock the opposition’s bocce ball out of its position. (3) Slam the pallino away from the bocce balls. The latter option may result in a no-score for that frame. Remember that the bocce ball must be within 36 inches of the pallino to 2 Sun Rays January 2012

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Duplicate Bridge > Clubs > Duplicate Bridge Contact: Betsy Lidgey, 864-0745 An annual renewing membership is $10 and a new membership after July 1 is $5. We ask that you join our club after playing three times.Five weekly games are played at the Cowen Creek Amenity Center. Monday Non-sanctioned from 8:30-11:45 a.m. Non-sanctioned from 12:30-4 p.m. Wednesday Non-sanctioned from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday Non-sanctioned from 12:15-3:45 p.m. ACBL Sanctioned from 12:15-3:45 p.m. Pair Matching Monday morning and Wednesday evening (non-sanctioned) Jan Hohenberger (864-3500) Diane Cook-Lee (868-2038) Monday and Thursday afternoons (non-sanctioned) Sandy Althaus Barbara Jeppe (591-7707) Thursday (ACBL sanctioned ) Marie Hahn (864-3995) Back-up for all pair matching: Ruth Massey (864-3646) Lessons/Classes Visit the Duplicate Bridge Club web site for lesson information. Bridge club membership is not required. Course cost is $10. Books are $12 for each class. The classes will be held in the Salado Room at Cowan Creek. Audrey Grant’s Defense in the 21st Century Tuesdays 10 a.m. to noon August 7, 14, 21, 28 and September 4, 11, 18, 25 Audrey Grant’s Bridge Basics 2 – Competitive Bidding Thursday 10 a.m. to noon August 9, 16, 23, 30 and September 6, 13, 20, 27

Social Bridge > Clubs > Social Bridge Contact: Donna Moore, 240-5979 or email Four Games per week. Play in the Texas Drive Activity Center. *Monday - Room 3, 12:15-3-15 p.m. *Wednesday -Room 3, 12:15-3-15 p.m. *Thursday - Room 1, 5:30 p.m. to close *Fridays - Room 3, 12:15-3:15 p.m. 6-4 Vi Perdue and Bill Evans made 7NT 6-6 Jim Copps and Nancy Thomas made 7NT 6-13 Jeanne Walker and Jim Copps made 7 NT 6-20 Jim Copps and Bill Bauke made 7 NT 6-21 Donna Moore and Irene Crass made 7 S

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