Page 6

6 - CA


November 2017

The News of Sun City Center

NOTICE: Each community and club in Sun City Center and Kings Point has specific rules about membership and attendance. Unless specifically stated or posted, most venues, meetings and events hosted on the Community Association campus and in Kings Point require attendees to bring their SCC CA or KP ID or come with a resident member. When in doubt, contact the club in question - not the venue or association - prior to arrival. Thanks.

Interested In Woodworking?

The Sawdust Engineers of Sun City Center will once again be starting a beginner’s woodworking class starting in November. The class will be held on two successive sessions on Wednesday nights from 6 to 8 p.m. Class size is limited to two students at a time to insure a comprehensive learning experience. Anyone interested must become a member of the Sawdust Engineers and go through safety and shop orientation. The annual cost of dues for new members is $40. A sign-up sheet and a new member application can be obtained in the office of the Sawdust Engineers. For questions or additional information contact Stan 813633-2755, Anne 813-642-0297 or Joan 207-651-6442. You can also learn more on our website

SCC Metaphysical Programs

SCC Open Fund Raiser. 10 a.m. - Wednesdays in the Heritage Room. Admission $1 with Love offering requested to benefit the society. Bring your community ID. For more information call Vicky at 813 398-7033. November 8 • “The Wisdom of The Dolphin Collective”, Molly Friedenfeld, dynamic presenter in the Florida area, presents how to find peace, healing, and happiness in each present moment. November 15 • “Native American Indigenous People, Mesoamerica”, Bud Hoshaw from Red Hawk Ranch offers knowledge of the Native American Indigenous People and Meso America. He will connect modern metaphysical native beliefs and scientific studies. Taking notes is advised as he has extensive knowledge to share. November 22 • “Open Metaphysical Share of Information”, Near death experiences, UFO sightings, or other unexplained phenomena come share with others in this informal setting. November 29 • “Health Benefits From the Life System”, Mary Anna Elias, licensed Life System practitioner, will cover some of the many thousands of programs to help you stay healthier with a power point presentation and question and answer session.

SCC Stained Glass Club Artist of the Month

The Stained Glass Club in Sun City Center has chosen Helen Ankrom as the Artist of the Month for October. Helen started working with stained glass when she and her family decided to remodel their home in Kentucky. They added a large recreation room and bathroom across the back of the house. She didn’t know what to do about the bathroom window. One day she was in a remodeling store in Cincinnati and saw a folder on how to do stained glass. She thought that would be the answer for the bathroom window and bought the folder She practiced on a few small pieces and then made the window for the bathroom. That was forty years ago and she’s been working with stained glass ever since. When they moved to Florida they took that window out and brought it along with them. Her son who lives in Sun City Center has that piece of stained glass that was created by Helen 40 years ago. The Stained Glass Club is delighted to have many of Helen’s window panels, photo frames, vases and sun catchers on display in the front window. Stop by and see her beautiful work. If you are interested in purchasing any of these pieces, contact Connie Ray at 859-494-5337.

Yoga Teacher & Student Address SCC Men’s Club

By Jay Sparkman Lynne Sells, senior yoga instructor for the Sun City Center Yoga Club, and Utley Smith, a SCC Yoga Club student, spoke to members at the August monthly luncheon meeting held in the SCC Community Hall. Ms. Sells spoke of the history of yoga which goes back some 6,000 years, yoga in the USA, and how yoga and modern medicine can interact. Mr. Smith related Don Murphy, SCC Men’s Club President, how yoga has helped him in his recovery Lynne Sells, and Utley Smith. from life threatening illness. Both speakers related the structure and schedules for yoga classes with the SCC Yoga Club. The SCC Men’s Club is open to residents of Sun City Center and Kings Point. For information call Jon Lehr, VP Membership, 813-260-3058.

SCC Lapidary Club Member Wins Blue Ribbons

Linda Monahan won first prize for her beautiful wire wrapped pendant designs in the 37th annual Tampa Bay Senior Games. More than 650 people (age 50+) competed in over 40 sports and hobby events. The competitions serve as a qualifier for the Florida Senior Games in December. Linda entered pottery in the competition and also won the blue ribbon for her creations. After teaching herself to “race walk” and practicing diligently for weeks, Linda was rewarded with the blue ribbon for that event in the Senior Games, as well. To top it all off, she also won first prize for Linda Monahan displays her blue ribbon her age group in the standing long jump. for jewelry design. Her trophy wall is bursting at the seams. Linda learned her craft from classes she took at the SCC Lapidary Club during the past two years that she and Bob, her husband of 45 years, have lived in Sun City Center. She submitted several pendants that she made using the wire wrapping technique to embellish cabochon stones. Linda claims that “the caliber of teachers is top notch at the SCC Lapidary Club.” Linda is a master gardener, so she and Bob also joined the Tillers and Toilers. It was the variety and quality of the clubs and activities offered in Sun City Center that convinced them to move here permanently after traveling all over Florida in their motor home looking for a place to settle after retirement. The Sun City Center Lapidary Club is located in the Arts and Crafts Building, 915 E Cherry Hills Drive. The jewelry store hours are 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. Mon-Wed-Fri, and 12 - 3 p.m. Tues-Thurs. Stop by the store for more information.


at the Rollins Theater One Showing Only at 1 p.m.

Movies are normally shown the second and fourth Monday each month in the Rollins Theater at 1 p.m. The dates and times may change as necessary. Per the Fire Code of Hillsborough County, seating capacity is limited to 145 attendees. Seating is reserved for Sun City Center Community Association members/guests who present current cards or a KP ID badge.

November 13 • 1 p.m. • La La Land (2 hours, 8 minutes)

Ceramics Classes Offered

The SCC Ceramics Club periodically offers classes. On September 26 Melony Grazano conducted a class in staining.

In this wondrous musical, struggling actress Mia and aspiring jazz pianist Sebastian begin a whirlwind romance as they both pursue their dreams in L.A. However, their relationship is challenged when their careers pull them in different directions. Starring: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, John Legend, Rosemarie DeWitt, Finn Wittrock Genre: Romance Rating: PG-13 for some language

News of Sun City Center November 2017  
News of Sun City Center November 2017  

Sun City Center Kings Point, Florida