News of Sun City Center March 2021

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The News of Sun City Center

March 2021

SCCCA Helped Members Get Vaccinated

Community Association President Bob Sullivan, Deputy Jeffrey Merry, and Renee Bray were among the volunteers and staff members assisting during the vaccines. This photo was taken on the last day of shots at Community Hall, Saturday, February 20.

Florida guardsmen from Pinellas County assisted with all vaccination days. At the start of the line, nurses and guardsmen helped. Then volunteers from the Security Patrol kept track of our wait time afterwards to make sure we didn’t have a reaction.


NOTICE: Each community and club in Sun City Center has specific rules about membership and attendance. Unless specifically stated or posted, most venues, meetings and events hosted on the Community Association campus require attendees to bring their SCC CA ID or KP Gold Card. When in doubt, contact the club in question prior to arrival. Thanks.

Metaphysical Society

10 to noon, in the Heritage Room of the Atrium Building. Wed. March 3: “Reach Beyond the Veil and Connect with Spirits,” with Presenter Vincent Genna. Wed. March 17: “Key of Life – Ancient Truths Integrated into the Modern World,” with Presenter Ortrun Franklin. SCCCA ID and masks are requested on campus. Metaphysical Society Members may join us in the Heritage Room. Free admission, with a love offering requested. Members and Non-members may join a ZOOM presentation from their home for $5. Those wishing to view the presentation via, are to request a link via an email to “”. Instructions will follow.

Computer Club Monthly Meeting

Wed., March 10, from 7 – 8 p.m. At this meeting, Bill Crowe, from the Sarasota Technology Users Group, will review the technologies that make the smartphone “smart”. The smartphone is really a miracle device considering all it can do. It is a camera, a telephone, a music player, a translator, a flashlight, and a dictation machine, all wrapped up in a small portable package. This presentation will explore the technologies that had to be available to converge at the time of the invention of the smartphone. There are no classes scheduled for March.

Gone Stampin’ Club’s Semi-Annual Card Sale

It’s time to stock up on your favorite handmade cards again. This sale will enable us to donate to our local organizations that so desperately need our help. Sale will be held on March 19 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1605 N Pebble Beach Blvd. Masks are required and social distancing will be observed. The cards will be safely placed to avoid crowding. Gloves are optional and will not be provided. Cards are $1 each and include an envelope.

Polish-American Heritage SCC Club

Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at 7 p.m., our Polish-American Heritage SCC Club is holding our last meeting and social before the summer break, in the Sandpiper Room, Room 945-E, in the Atrium Building. The Club offers a warm, fun, and inviting fellowship and welcomes Sun City Center CA residents interested in learning about the traditional Polish cultural events that the Club holds. Meeting is open to members and SCCCA residents are welcome to join the Club. Annual Dues are $5 per person. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide refreshments due to the virus. However, you are welcome to bring your own. Admission is free. Please adhere to social distancing and bring/wear your mask. Donated antique Polish household items, wares, and dolls are being offered to the highest bidder tonight in our silent auction! For info, call: George at 813-541-1690 or Wanda at 847-890-1943.

Organ Keyboard Club News

We have resumed our usual schedule in the Armstrong Room on Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. for a group lesson. No instrument is needed, only a pencil to take notes on music that you will be given before class. Beginners through advanced organ, piano, and keyboard players from SCC and Kings Point (with a CA badge) are welcome. Come early to hear other members play the organ of their choice. We have four organs. The cost is $3 per class. Masks are required and enforced along with social distance and hand sanitizers. Info: “” or call Barb 813-633-2022.

SCC Audubon to Feature Wading Birds at March Virtual Meeting

Long-legged wading birds, including spoonbills, herons, egrets, ibis, and cranes, will be spotlighted at the March 6 meeting of Sun City Center Audubon Club. An educational video, “Watching Waders,” will be shown via Zoom. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. with socializing and business topics, and the video presentation will start at 10 a.m. The Zoom link will be sent to Audubon Club members prior to the meeting. Nonmembers can contact Patsie Ginley for the link at “”. Info: www. Limpkin, a tropical wading bird.

Front row: Mary Schroeder, Carol Blecher. Back row: Cathy Kimura, Anne Melvin, Sandy Yavorcik.

Potters Wheel Club Donates to SCC Organizations

The membership of the Potters Wheel Club of SCC recently voted to continue donations to SCC non-profit organizations, despite lower than usual income for the year due to COVID restrictions. Charitable gifts from the Club have been made to the Community Association Hardship Fund, Samaritan Services, the SCC Emergency Squad and the CA Holiday Employee Fund. The Potters Wheel Club offers lessons and space for both wheel-thrown and handbuilt pottery. As they are currently unable to teach required beginning classes due to COVID space restrictions, the Studio cannot accept new members. For current members, the Studio is operating with timed sign-ups, cleaning schedules and personal distancing to keep all members safe.