Democratic Club Maureen Salz 520-240-0049 email@example.com Second Sat., 1 PM, Activity Center/Navajo
Karen Cesare, Central Arizona Water Conservation District Board Member, is the guest speaker for our April meeting. The Central Arizona Project (CAP) is a 336 mile long system of Food and monetary donations for Impact of aqueducts, tunnels, Southern Arizona pumping plants and pipelines, and is the largest single resource of renewable water supplies in Arizona. It is designed to bring about 1.5 million acre-feet of water from the Colorado River to Central and Southern Arizona every year. More than 5 million people, or more than 80% of the state’s population, live in Maricopa, Pima and Pinal counties, where CAP water is delivered. Come and hear the latest information on a topic that affects all Arizonans. Annual dues are $10 pp. Checks should be made out to SCOV Democratic Club and mailed to treasurer, Sandy Salz, 1816 E. Crown Ridge Way, or brought to the meeting. Please bring nonperishable food items for Impact of Southern Arizona.
Dining - Prepare & Share Pres. Colin Kaltenbach firstname.lastname@example.org; VP Debbie Kotlarek email@example.com Treas. Kathy Mashburn firstname.lastname@example.org Scheduling Sec. Pat and Dave Heine email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org www.scovprepareandshare.weebly.com
Members of the Prepare and Share Dinner club “traveled” to Southern Italy last month through our culinary talents. One group of diners started with an antipasto plate and bruchetta, followed by caprese salad with homemade basalmic vinegar dressing. The pasta course was an interesting new pasta shape covered in a special family secret Bolognese marinara sauce. Dessert was a traditional tiramisu and, of course, limoncello. If this is making your mouth water and you would like to join our club, it’s not too late. We will have our end of the season get together Friday, April 5, 6 PM, Activity Center/Navajo and Hohokum Rooms. Please call president Colin Kaltenbach 520-292-2254 if you would like to join us. We welcome new members.
Garden Club Pres. Wendy Hughes 503-703-9563 email@example.com VP, Barbara Marshall 520-825-0618 firstname.lastname@example.org Oct.-Apr., Second Tue., 12:30 PM, Auditorium www.facebook.com/SCOVGardenClub/
Our general meeting Tuesday, April 9, welcomes back John Durham from the Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society. He’ll update us on new cactus rescues that society volunteers have performed in the past year. John was the Garden Club members’ favorite speaker last year, so be sure to hear his newest program. Don’t miss out on important Garden Club informational email and renew your membership early for the 2019-2020 club season. Membership is $5 pp and $8 cpl, contact Florence Duckett at 520-825-1994 or delflojs@q. com. We will have no meetings June-September, but hope to see you all back the second Tuesday of October. We’ll announce the new board members in the June Tipster.
Havurah Liz Kinslinger email@example.com www.havurahscov.com
Ice cream lovers, here’s the general meeting you’ve been waiting for. Monday, April 15, 6:30 PM, Catalina Vista, we’ll have our installation of board members for next year followed by an ice cream social. Save Saturday, May 18, for a Havdalah service and get together at 6:30 PM in the Activity Center/Navajo Room. Bocce is becoming more fun now that the weather has warmed up, Sundays 10 AM-Noon, and Book Group and Brown Bag Lunch are great in any weather. Happy Passover to all. 31 members traveled to Apache Junction on February 12 to attend Barleen’s Theatre where we enjoyed a delicious lunch and variety show. We thank Don Farber for making the arrangements.
Dog Club - Fido’s Friends Pres. Lynne Wohner Lwohner@msn.com Membership/Treas. Marj Young 360-913-8062 Nov., Jan. and Mar., Third Thu., 1 PM, Activity Center/Hopi
Wouldn’t your dog enjoy a romp off leash and a chance to meet other great dogs? The place to do just that is at the K-9 Korral, the SCOV dog park on Del Webb Blvd. The dog park is one of our community’s happiest amenities but you must be a member of the Dog Club to use the park. Dues are only $10 per year, and there is a one-time $10 key fee. Call Marj Young to join for the first time or to renew your annual membership. Dogs must be at least four months old and have completed their shots before coming to the park. See you there.
Different Drummers Women’s Circle Zona Boss 520-638-6644, Colleen Cottrell 520-825-8393 Wed., 1:30-3 PM, 2338 E. Montrose Canyon Dr.
Sun City Vistoso Tipster, Febraury 2011
Early Music Recorder Ensemble Joyce Minks 520-825-0642 firstname.lastname@example.org Tue., 12:30 PM, Catalina Vista/Pusch Ridge
Have a recorder (the musical instrument)? Want to learn or improve your skills? Would you like to play in a group? Soprano, alto, tenor and bass recorders are welcome. Enjoy
April 2019, Sun City Oro Valley Tipster
Community magazine of Sun City Oro Valley community association.