June 2024 - Link Magazine - The Official Record of Sun City Summerlin

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MollySher:“HowToGiveHealingLoveIn10To20Seconds”.10 YourWaterQuality:OurTopPriority.........26



JohnBerthelsen:“GamingAtHighlandFalls”.......42 “FlagEtiquette”.................36 “Juneteenth”.................46

ResidentGloriaOuano: “ADaughter’sLove”.......56




SpecialEvents ...............16-18 StarbrightTheatre..............19-24 TheSummit..................25 NewResidentMixerSchedule............26 JuneCalendar................44-45 RESIDENT NEWS President’sMessage...............4 HowToContactUs................5 LINK MAGAZINE | JUNE 2024 | 3 DEPARTMENTS Food&BeverageSpecialsandEntertainment.....29-31 Golf....................35 Fitness..................38-41 “PaintingYourHome”..............50 SunCitySummerlinPatrol:“You!!!CanBeYourBestDefense”.52 CommunityStandards:“NewHOAManagementSoftwareLaunch”58 CLUB FOCUS CharteredClubSpotlight:StainedGlassClub .....48-49 SubH.O.A.Directory..............59 CharteredClubsDirectory.............60 CharteredClub“DidYouKnow?”...........61 CharteredClubListings.............61-81
ActiveAssailant Training”...................14 Residents’Forum:TriviaNightWinners”........14
B.O.D.Motions ChangestotheGoverningDocuments SummaryofOperations
Dining Deals Restaurant Coupons ........ Insert CrosswordsPuzzle/Answers............81 ClassifiedAds.................84 ServiceDirectory................85 DisplayAdvertiserIndex.............86
B.O.D.MeetingsSchedule MISCELLANEOUS
Photo Courtesy of Richard Becker


WithallofthediscussionwehavehadrecentlyaboutReserves,ReserveFundingandNew OwnerReserveAssessment(NORA),IthoughtthatIwouldtakethetimetoanswersomeof thequestionsmostfrequentlyaskedpertainingtotheproposedNORAamendment.

AsyouhaveheardthenewReserveStudyreceivedMarch15,2024,indicatesthatour ReservefundingasofJuly1,2024,(beginningofFiscal2025)willbeatapproximately44%.

Afterspeakingwiththreelawfirms,theirconsensuswasthatweshouldbeata70% fundinglevelbyJune30,2029,(endofFiscal2029). Itisthefiduciaryresponsibilityofthe Boardtodeliverthisfundingasstated. Quitefrankly,itistheresponsibilityofallcurrent ownerstomakeSunCitySummerlinevenbetterthanitistodayforfuturegenerations.

TheTaskForceformedwillprovideaplanforustoreachthisfundinglevelonorbefore theaforementioneddate. TherearefourwaysthatourReservesarefundedandtheTask Forcewillconsiderthemallintheirplan. Thefirstoneisinvestmentincomewhichis ratherstaticandtheTaskForcewillbeabletodeterminethisrevenuestreamusingpast historyandcurrentreturnrates. TheotherthreeareyourAnnualAssessment,Special AssessmentsandNORA.

TheproposedNORAamendmentwasselectedasapossiblefirststeptogettingour Reserveproperlyfunded. IfitpassesitwillgivetheTaskForcealegupindevelopingtheir plan. TodayNORAdeliversapproximately$1MonanannualbasistotheReserve. This amendmentifapprovedwillprovideanadditional$6Mto$7MtotheReserveinFY2026–FY2029. TheNORAamendmentalsohasNOimpactonourcurrentowners. NORAis appliedtothebuyerasahomeissold.

Whywas$5,000selectedasthestartingamount? Thiswasprimarilydonefortworeasons. ThefirstisthattheoriginalNORAsetupin2005hadnoinflationclausetiedtoit. If youappliedinflationoverthelast19yearswewouldbeatornearthe$5,000thatisproposed. Itisbasically“right-sizing”NORAandtheamendmentproposeddoeshaveaninflationclausetiedtoitwhichwillprohibitNORAfromunderfundingtheReservegoingforward. ThesecondreasonwaswhencomparingourcommunitytomanyotherActiveAdult AgeRestrictedcommunitiesintheValley,simplynonecomparedtous. Wearerankednumber3inthenation,andintheValley,noonehasneartheamenitiestoofferaswedo. Only SunCityGrandinArizonaiscomparableandtheirnewownerassessmentis$5,000. Their programiscalledCARE.

Willthe$5,000NORAimpacthomesalesandrealestatevalues? SunCityGrandhasin fact,seennodecreaseinhomessoldandtheirvalueshave,infact,increased. Buyerswant tomoveintoacommunitythatisthriving,isverywellmaintained,andhasplentyofamenitiestooffer.

Whyisn’tNORAdeterminedbasedoffofapercentageofsalesprice? Example1%of$400Kwouldbe$4K–1%of$1Mwouldbe$10K. We areacommunitywhereweallpayequally. All7,781homespaythe sameannualassessment. Wealsoexpectthatallnewownerswill takeadvantageofournumerousamenitiesinlikefashion. Theyare receivingthesamebenefit. Whyshouldone(usingtheexampleabove)pay$4Ktoplaytennis,usethegym,swim,etc. andsomeoneelsehavetopay$10Kforthesameprivilege. Ultimately,thedecisionisuptoyou,ourcurrentowners. Sopleasevoteassoonaspossible. TheTaskForce needstoknowwhetherornotadditionalfundingfor ReserveswillbeprovidedthroughNORA.


Edition 401

Published monthly by Sun City

Summerlin Community Association, Inc. 9107 Del Webb Boulevard

Las Vegas, Nevada 89134 (702) 966-1401 · www.Suncitysummerlin.com


Mitzi Mills, Editor, MitziM@suncitylv.com

Gail Abrams, Magazine Coordinator GailA@suncitylv.com · (702) 966-1436

Eileen Dorchak, Administrative Coordinator EileenD@suncitylv.com · (702) 966-1435

Advertising, Website, Marketing

Kelly-Mae Mahoney, Advertising Coordinator

KellyM@suncitylv.com · (702) 966-1434

Stacie Coppens, Website & Marketing Coordinator · StacieC@suncitylv.com

Editorial Board

Richard Becker, Leo Crawford, Molly Sher, Alan Spector,PattiTripp,NormanWrightandBODLiaison, ErikBraun.


The Link is the official record of Sun City Summerlin Community Association, Inc. The primary mission of the magazine is to provide residents with information on official Association business. In addition, the Link provides unbiased communications to residents on community news, events and services. The Association provides this publication for informational purposes only and neither endorses nor promotes any of the products or services advertised herein and assumes no responsibility or liability for the statements made in this publication. We reserve the right to edit, condense and verify all articles.

Classified Advertisements

July deadline is May 24. Advertise your items for sale at $3 per line based on the required Classified Advertisement Form. This service is restricted to residents only and if space is available. No business advertisements are allowed. Classified ad forms are available at Mountain Shadows Community Center and on the websitewww.suncitylink.com.


On the cover: Photo courtesy of Gail Abrams & The Stained Glass Club (l-r): Hillary Stoltz, Mike Drace, Milton Kramer, Bob Stoltz, David Wignall, Alan Rosenberg & Rose Strong.


All advertisers are required to provide the Link with an up-to-date copy of their business license. The license must be from the State of Nevada,ClarkCounty,ortheCityofLasVegas.

© Copyright 2024, Sun City Summerlin Community Association, Inc. This publication may not be duplicated inwholeorinpartwithouttheexpresswrittenconsentof theSunCitySummerlinCommunityAssociation.

Sun City Summerlin
Jeff Rorick, President Board of Directors

Board of Directors – bod@suncitylv.com

10362SunCityBlvd.(atrearofDesertVista),scssp.chief@gmail.com 702-254-2303

Ellen Bachman, Secretary, ecb322@gmail.com......................702-838-5211

Erik Braun, Director, braunbod@gmail.com

Dick Clark, Vice President, Dickclarkboardmember@gmail.com

Steve Commander, Director, commanderbod@gmail.com

Lynn Kasner Morgan, Director, lynnkasnermorganboard@gmail.com

Kenneth Resnik, Director, khresnik@gmail.com

Jeff Rorick, President, JAR0524@live.com.........................315-224-7114

Gerry Sokolski, Treasurer, gsokolski8suncitybod@gmail.com

Judy Williams, Asst. Treasurer, judy.suncitybod@gmail.com............813-777-3416

Mitzi Mills, SCSCAI Executive Director, Mitzim@suncitylv.com............. 702-966-1409


Sun City Charities/ Volunteers


Sunshine Service Club


Landscape Maintenance 702-254-4092

Additional Emails

allgolf@suncitylv.com communitystandards@ suncitylv.com

mlfairscs2022@gmail.com allprograms@suncitylv.com summitrental@suncitylv.com

Community Centers


Administration Office, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. ................ 702-966-1401

Social Monitor Station, Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.; Sun. 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. ..702-966-1410

Fitness Center, daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m......................... 702-966-1414

Community Standards, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-4 p.m................ 702-966-1411

(Includes CC&R/Architectural Review Committee)

Facility Maintenance, Mon.-Fri., 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m.............. 702-966-1493

Link Magazine, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-4 p.m..................... 702-966-1436

Library, , 8 a.m. until closing daily ......................... 702-966-1410

Human Resources, Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-4 p.m.................. 702-966-1424


Community Services, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-4 p.m................. 702-240-1334

Room Scheduling, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-4 p.m................... 702-363-4790

Social Monitor Station, Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun. 8 a.m.-8 p.m... 702-363-1341

Fitness 702-363- Center, daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m......................... 1278

Fitness Department, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-4 p.m................. 702-255-2294

PINNACLE COMMUNITY CENTER · 2215 Thomas W. Ryan Boulevard

Social Monitor Station, Mon.-Sun., 8 a.m.-8 p.m............... 702-240-1301

Fitness 702-240- Center, daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m......................... 1326

Summit Rental......................................702-240-1331


Fitness 702- Center, Mon.-Sun., 6 a.m.-9 p.m..................... 363-1719

Golf Courses

(Open 15 minutes before sunrise; courses close at 6 p.m. After 11/7 shops close at 5 p.m.)

Highland Falls 10201 Sun City Boulevard 702-254-7010

Palm Valley 9201 Del Webb Boulevard 702-363-4373

Eagle Crest 2203 Thomas Ryan Blvd. 702-240-1320

Golf Maintenance Daily, 6 a.m. - 3 p.m. 702-363-7655


Tavern at the Falls at Highland Falls Golf Course Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. 702-254-1581

Summit Restaurant at Eagle Crest Golf Course Daily, 6 a.m.-9 p.m. 702-240-1313

City Summerlin Patrol – Open 24/7

NOTE: Pursuant to state statute NRS 116.31035 (in part) If an official publication contains the views or opinions of the association, the executive board, a community manager or an officer, employee or agent of an association concerning an issue of official interest, the official publication must, upon request and under the same terms and conditions provide equal space to opposing views and opinions of a unit’s owner of the common-interest community.

Vote To Increase The Nora Fee To $5,000 NO

By now, most have heard that the current reserves, following the completion of the recent reserve study, can best be described as problematic, raising the possibility of an additional cost being assessed against the unit owners. This announcement came as a surprise to many who are now asking “how could this happen”.

With what appears to have been a quickly thrown together solution based on unsupported advocacy and conjecture to questions asked, the Board of Directors and Administration have proposed increasing NORA by $3087 to $5000. Since this requires a change to the CC&R’s the unit owners have a voice in this decision with their vote. If passed, we may not feel the full effective until July of 2025. That means another assessment increase of 20% starting in July of 2025. The continual increase in the assessment coupled with the increase to NORA makes a hard one-two punch for anyone looking to sell their home.

Why I am voting NO to increasing the NORA fee to $5000:

1. No comparison provided of NORA fees or assessments for neighboring communities (Anthem, Aliante, Sienna, etc.)

2. No feasibility study was done to verify what if any impact the increased yearly assessment coupled with the increase to NORA will have on the property value of each home.

3. No plan to become more cost effective and/or increase productivity. There were opportunities to better control expenses that were missed during the recent budgeting process. Just one example is the losses at the restaurants which have more than doubled during this administration. The restaurants may have been intended to be an amenity when they were for the exclusive use of residents. But they are now a public restaurant.

4. The Association is only looking to make up shortfalls with increases to assessments or consideration of a special assessment, not at controlling cost. We cannot continue to solve any shortfall by reaching even further into the pockets of the unit owners.

5. Administration and the Board did not follow the recommendations found within the 2019 Reserve Study which included but were not limited to:

a) Reviewing the components listed for accuracy and completeness.

b) Promptly reporting any issues, inaccuracies, or changes that needed to be made so that the reserve specialist could “revise the report”.

c) Have the reserve study “professionally reviewed annually” by a reserve study specialist. If the component list had been promptly updated instead of waiting 4 years for the current study, and if the Association had complied with the recommendation for a yearly financial update by a reserve study specialist, annual adjustments since 2019 could have been made thus avoiding the current reserve shortfall.

d) Having a “site visit” reserve study every three years.

6. Only when NRS 116 required a study of reserves to be done was one done.

7. Inflation and Covid alone do not explain the major 47% increase in operating expense from 2022 to 2025.

8. Of the $415 assessment increase for next year, only $14 or 3.4% is going to Reserves and 96.6% or $401 is going to Operating. At a time when the major focus has been on the shortfall in reserves why was this decision made?

9. Instead of a flat $5000 plus annual inflation increase, NORA could be based on the sale price of the home.

I believe that a vote to the increase in the NORA fee holds those responsible accountable and sends a very clear message that NO the plan to increase funding should not be done in a “piecemeal” fashion but instead thoroughly researched, current and wasteful expenses addressed, community involvement in the planning, and that a financial update to the reserve study will be done yearly by a reserve study specialist.


NOTE: Pursuant to state statute NRS 116.31035 (in part) If an official publication contains the views or opinions of the association, the executive board, a community manager or an officer, employee or agent of an association concerning an issue of official interest, the official publication must, upon request and under the same terms and conditions provide equal space to opposing views and opinions of a unit’s owner of the common-interest community.

Why I Recommend Voting On The Increase To Nora. YES

When my husband and I moved here in 2017, we knew there would be increases to the HOA dues. After all, Sun City Summerlin is over 30 years old. But we wanted to be active and Sun City Summerlin was the only community that had everything we were looking for including the Summerlin location.

We are the largest active adult community in Nevada with 4 community centers, 4 fitness centers, three 18-hole golf courses, a theatre and we have more amenities than any other active adult community in Nevada. Although we looked at other communities, Sun City Summerlin was our number 1 choice and no other community even came close.

Based on this April 20, 2024 article; https://www.investopedia.com/articles/retirement/082316/top-10-active-retirement-communities-us.asp

Sun City Summerlin is #3 of the top 10 retirement communities in the U.S. based on amenities, access to shopping and entertainment, cost of living and suitability of housing.

At the time of purchase we were impressed by the incredible way the common areas (landscaping, community & fitness centers and all amenities) are maintained. Serving on the Fitness Committee, I was shocked at what it costs to maintain or replace fitness equipment as well as pool heaters and everything else required to maintain our first class facilities. And these surprising costs were before COVID-19!

In my opinion, we have no choice except to approve the increase to the NORA fee. If we don’t, then we have to decide which amenities we want the HOA to change. Do we want them to close one pool, if so, which one? Or, do we cut the hours of the community centers where people play cards, billiards, etc.? If so, how many hours do we cut? Do we close the Starbright Theatre? Do we stop maintaining the common area landscaping? If we do any of these things, it won’t take long before changes like these will start to negatively affect our home values.

If we don’t increase the NORA fee, then cuts will have to be made or we may need a large special assessment from every current homeowner. Increasing the NORA fee impacts the buyer and not you as a homeowner unless the buyer asks you to split the cost. That means an increase in the NORA may impact you at the time you sell your home but a special assessment impacts you today. The NORA fee was implemented around 2005 and while it was a great idea then, they did not write it to include an increase to NORA based on inflation every year. Had they done so in 2005, the NORA fee would now be at approximately $5,000, exactly where we are proposing it be raised to. And, this time they are writing in an inflation clause so it will increase based on inflation from now on.

How does this Increase in the NORA fee compare with other 55+ communities? The closest comparable community based on size and amenities is Sun City Grand in Arizona and their NORA fee is $5,000. So far this year, over 160 homes have been sold so the higher NORA fee does not seem to be impacting home sales.

We consider this our forever home meaning that we hope we will be able to live here until our death. After that, our home will be left to family. So, for us, we will never pay the NORA fee. If our family sells our home, the buyer will pay the NORA fee or they will negotiate it with the seller. I am convinced that if we vote yes for increasing the NORA fee, we will be able to maintain and upgrade facilities when necessary and that will maintain our home values.

I believe a vote on NORA is what’s best for current AND future homeowners. YES

Mary Fairhurst

We agree, Yes on NORA.

Amos & Rita Barcus

Yes on NORA.

Bonny Lewis


I Am Not Forgotten

This is a story about a special flag. Wait a minute, did you say a special flag? Yes, a special flag, working right now. I was reading the newspaper announcements for local “sales” and noticed one for a veteran’s estate. Checked the address, I headed out. Nothing caught my eye, and I was ready to leave. Then I noticed a distinct triangular bag. I knew what it was. Standing there my heart stopped. I lost my breath when that hard swallow hit me. The bag, a funeral flag that once covered the casket of a veteran, was set out on a table like a trinket or bead. Knocking me for a loop was a sticker marked, “Large flag-50 cents”. I gave the cashier a dollar, smiled and left. I didn’t know what I would do with it, but It wasn’t going to be forgotten as, “Large Flag-50 cents”, or worse if left until the end. That flag stayed with me for years without a job to do. It had done the most important two it was designed for; covered the veteran in their final hour and once folded, was presented to the family “in recognition of your loved ones’ faithful service”. Fast forward through the move from Minnesota to Vegas, to a Sun City Summerlin Patrol flag retirement ceremony. Preparing the boxes containing surrendered flags from residents, I ran across another. No doubt a family, like the estate sale one, when cleaning found this “large flag”, and wasn’t sure what to do with it. Remembering the flag retirement ceremony, they knew enough to not throw it away. A chill came as I feared for flags that hadn’t been so lucky; victims to the big blue monsters by good-hearted family members cleaning house, if any family existed. Once home, I looked for my flag. Not finding it I put this one on a shelf. I had an idea now. I sat down to work out the details. There might be more families with their own “large flag”. However, once a casket flag is folded it isn’t supposed to be unfolded, let alone flown. Time for a plan. I went to find that flag for the important job ahead. Looking and looking, I tore the garage apart. I couldn’t find my “large flag” anywhere but knew it was there. I put the garage door down, so I didn’t disturb the neighbors or have them

thinking I lost my mind with what I did next. Standing in front of the shelved totes, I cracked my heels together coming to the position of attention.

Mustering my long-lost drill sergeant voice, I did something to clear my cobwebs. I gave the command, At-ten-tion. Don’t ask if I thought the flag was going to answer but I was beside myself looking. My eyes locked on the tote. The only wound

Sun City Summerlin’s Board of Directors raising the American flag at Desert Vista Community Center (not in attendance: Steve Commander and Gerry Sokolski

was that blemish from the existing estate sale sticker, Large Flag-50 cents. Reaching, it jumped from above like my Airborne Ranger buddies. It knew there was a mission, and it was ready.

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier reads: “Here rests in honored glory an American soldier known but to God”. So today, together with other Board members, this “Large Flag” flag flies in “recognition of the honored glory and memory of a veteran known but to God.”


How To Give Healing Love In 10 To 20 Seconds

What if you knew a way that would not only raise your own mental, physical and emotional self, but that of another as well? What if you could do this in a mere 10 to 20 seconds? In fact, there is a proven, scientific, evidence-based method to do just that!

What is this amazing method that can help you and a loved one deeply connect, give a sense of comfort and security and boost one’s soul? It is a 20-second hug!

In today’s busy world, where it is so easy to be distracted, a shake of the hand, a pat on the back or a quick hug is what most of us can do and expect back.

But what can a 20-second hug actually do for the giver and receiver? According to Medicinenet.com, studies have shown that brain chemicals, so called “feel good” hormones, are released when a person is hugged for 10 to 20 seconds. The site gives a list of the benefits of these chemicals:

Dopamine: The pleasure hormone that makes an individual feel good.

Serotonin: The antidepressant hormone that elevates mood, controls anxiety and reduces feelings of loneliness.

Oxytocin: The love hormone that relieves stress and boosts heart health. It also helps with weight loss, lowers blood pressure, fights disease, increases libido, reduces stress and gives us a feeling of security.

Medicinenet.com also reports that even a 10second hug helps the body fight infection, ease depression and lessen tiredness. Several articles I researched said hugging boosts self-esteem, makes

us feel safe and loved and helps build our ability to self-love.

How many hugs do we need a day? Family therapist Virginia Satir once said, “We need four hugs a day for survival. We need eight hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth.” In other words, the more hugs, the better.

Healthline.com agrees: the site weighed in on how many hugs should you have a day for optimal health? Their answer: According to the best science at present, we should have as many as possible if we want to reap the greatest positive effects.

You may feel confident that you can gauge how long a 20second hug is, but you might be surprised. In my own experimentation to see how long such a hug actually is, I have asked Alexa or Siri to time it for me. At first it may feel like an eternity because most of us are just not used to that kind of hug. So, if you are not used to giving such a robust hug, telling the beloved person what you are doing with the timer and the hug may be a good idea!

One thing I can guarantee: if you do 20-second hugs on a regular basis, both you and the receiver are absolutely assured to feel better. I think we can all use a proper hug!

“If you’re angry at a loved one, hug that person. And mean it. You may not want to hug – which is all the more reason to do so. It’s hard to stay angry when someone shows they love you, and that’s precisely what happens when we hug each other.”

— Walter Anderson, The Confidence Course: Seven Steps to Self-Fulfillment



Coffee with the Board in Person or via Zoom

Friday, June 21st, 9:30 a.m.- noon, Desert Vista

Questions, answers, opinions, and general information is shared on a variety of community topics. There is no agenda for this casual meeting and the Board members cannot officially make decisions on any matters discussed.

AARP Driver Safety Program

Tuesday, June 4, 12 p.m. · Wednesday, June 19, 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 26, 5 p.m. · Wednesday, July 10, 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 24, 5 p.m.

$20 AARP members, $25 non-members by check to AARP.

Drop by the Desert Vista monitor station to sign up for this classroom refresher course designed for those fifty and over. Improve your knowledge of traffic laws, learn to anticipate the actions of other drivers, and identify and correct poor driving habits. Upon completion of the 4-hour course taught by an AARP-certified instructor, you will receive a certificate that may qualify you for an insurance premium reduction for up to three years. Max: 30. Sign-up is available now. Classes are held at the DesertVistaCommunityCenter.


Invitation to our Zoom Chat with Manuel Barela, Crime Prevention Specialist, Summerlin Area Command Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Tuesday, June 25, 2024, at 9 a.m.

Zoom invitations will be emailed via e-blasts and will also be available on the Sun City Summerlin website at www.suncitysummerlin.com. Meetings will continue quarterly on the fourth Tuesday of the month.


Mountain View Presbyterian · 702-341-7800 Pastor David W. Dendy. 8601 Del Webb Blvd. St. Andrew Lutheran · 702-255-1990 Rev. Phillip Shuart. 8901 Del Webb Blvd. Services 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m.

S.C. Community Church · 702-255-PRAY (7729) 8560 Del Webb Blvd. Temple Bet Knesset Bamidbar · 702-228-6362

President Arlene Goodman, Moreh Alan Spector, Cantor Marla Goldberg.


Sun City Summerlin Charities/Volunteers 702-254-5831

OpenMon.–Fri.9–11a.m.,weekdays. Willreturncallswithin24hoursonweekdays.

Sunshine Service Warehouse 702-341-9741

OpenMon.-Sat.,9-11a.m.and1-3p.m. ClosedSunday


Alcoholics Anonymous · Mountain View Presb. Church, 8601 Del Webb Blvd., Sat., 5 p.m. St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 8901 Del Webb Blvd. · Sun., 5 & 7:30 p.m.; Mon., 7 p.m. (Women’s mtg.); Tues., 7 p.m. (Men’s mtg.) Thurs. noon & 7:30 p.m. Lauren T. at 917-687-8669.

Al-Anon · St. Andrew’s Church, 8901 Del Webb Blvd., Wed., Noon, Joan Taylor at 951-533-5455

DivorceCare Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 8601 Del Webb Bl., Mon., 6:30 – 8 p.m. Call Susan 861-769-0302

Narcotics Anonymous, Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 8601 Del Webb Bl., Tues., 5:30 – 6:30 p.m., 702-341-7800

Alzheimer’s, Desert Vista · 1st and 3rd Wed., 10 a.m. Call Marlene Wilson, 702-254-6144

Caregiver Support Group

Desert Vista, 2nd Monday of the month, 10 a.m. Call Ivy Goldman, 224-715-9629

Compassionate Friends of Summerlin, Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 8601 Del Webb Bl., 1st & 3rd Thurs., 6:30-8:30 p.m., 702-401-9678

Gamblers Anonymous, Mountain View Presb. Church, 8601 Del Webb Blvd., Mon., 7 p.m. Call Doug C, 702-862-6847

GriefShare, Mountain View Presbyterian, 8601 Del Webb Blvd., 14-week series. For dates and time, call Kathi, 702-524-2544

Dementia Information & Support for Caregivers · Mountainview Presb. Church, 8601 Del Webb Blvd., 2nd Wed. of the month, 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., call Paula at 928412-2134


June New Resident Orientation Dates

Held at Mountain Shadows by Appointment. Please call Membership Services at (702) 966-1401.

June 4

June 11

June 18




June 25 June 27

Residents and/or Renters:

Please contact Membership Services for an appointment or a cancellation.

Subscription Packages for Comedy Tonight & The Rendezvous

Effective April 1st, we implemented the Subscription Packages for Comedy Tonight & The Rendezvous shows. This special purchase is only available for Comedy Tonight from April 1 to July

Community Organizations Meetings

Held at Desert Vista Community Center

Residents’ Forum

Dark due to Primary Elections

Sunshine Service Group

Monday, June 3, 11 a.m.

Sun City

Summerlin Patrol

Tuesday, June 25, 6 p.m.

Neighborhood Preparedness Team (NPT)

Wednesday, June 26, 10-11 a.m.

17, 2024, and The Rendezvous shows from April 1 to July 9, 2024. After those dates, Subscription Packages will no longer be offered. Individual ticket sales will still be offered as usual on the last Tuesday of each month. The Subscription Package will allow you to purchase all 12 dates at one time for the entire ticketing season. A ticketing season is from July to June. When you choose to purchase one or both of these packages, you will be able to select your seats and those will be the seats for each show within the package for the entire season. Subscription packages can be purchased either online at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?

subscription=suncs or at Mountain Shadows, Desert Vista, and Pinnacle Community Centers monitor stations. All ticketing policies apply, Subscription Packages are non-refundable. Regular ticket sales for Comedy Tonight and The Rendezvous will be as usual. Only those that choose to purchase a Subscription Package will have the opportunity to purchase tickets before the regularly scheduled tickets sales dates.

Tuesdays Thursdays 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m.

Another Great Season for AARP Tax Volunteers

Volunteers in the AARP Tax-Aide program prepared more than 700 free income tax returns at our Sun City Summerlin location.

Congratulations and a special thank you to all the volunteers who contributed their time here and in other locations in Las Vegas. Thanks to all the counselors, greeters for an outstanding tax season.



Residents’ Forum would like to congratulate the winners of the Trivia Night held on April 10th.


Special thanks, to the Link for publicity, Sun City Summerlin Community Services for providing the space for the program, and to the custodians for a great job arranging the facilities for us.

Syd Rabin, Mike Gardner, Illona Gardner, Bruce Weber, Kathleen Weber, Carol High and Patti Malczewski. It came down to a tie breaker questions that Syd Rabin immediately knew the answer to and won for his team.

Residents’ Forum will be dark in June to accommodate the June primary election voting held at Desert Vista. Look for our future events announced in each month’s LINK magazine.




Wednesday, June 5, 1 p.m. “DAMSEL”

Millie Bobby Brown, Ray Winstone, Angela Bassett. Action/Adventure/Fantasy 2024 PG-13 1h 50m

Thursday, June 20, 11 a.m.


Classic Movie

Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall. Crime/Drama/Mystery 1973 PG 2hr 8m

Wednesday, July 3, 1 p.m. “MOTHER OF THE BRIDE”

Brook Shields, Benjamin Bratt, Miranda Cosgrove. Comedy/Drama/Romance 2024 PG 1h 28m

Thursday, July 18, 11 a.m.


Classic Movie

Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine. Action/Adventure/Drama 1972 PG 1h 57m

If you are accompanied by a guest, make sure to register them by obtaining a guest pass at the Social Monitor station. We would love to hear from you! Do you have a movie in mind you would like to see? Please send your suggestions to Tina Marie Montoya at TinaM@suncitylv.com. We are always looking for great ideas, so reach out and let us know! Enjoy the shows!

Farmers & Artisan Market

Mountain Shadows Community Center Parking Lot


Monday, June 3 & 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Fresh52 Farmers and Artisan Market will be here with produce and local organic farm raised beef and pork, along with 20 to 30 other vendors that will be sure to have just what you are looking for. Thomas Family Farms - Local family farm specializing in home grown tomatoes, garlic, and seasonal vegetables in addition to locally raised grass-fed beef, pork, and chicken. Also offering farm fresh chicken and duck eggs. Max’s Berries - Fresh California grown strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. Come and enjoy this new regularly scheduled event every first and third Monday of the month 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Mountain Shadows Community Center Parking Lot, at the corner of Del Webb Blvd & Crown Ridge Dr.

National World Music Day

Desert Vista Community Center – Room 5

Friday, June 21, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. • Room 5

Are you a music enthusiast! Join fellow residents in celebrating World Music Day. Talk about your favorite genres and artists while connecting with fellow residents who share their musical talents. There will be a DJ and some live music by Yukon Jack. Let's unite in our love for music and create unforgettable moments together! Enjoy some light refreshments while listening to music from around the world!


Historic Route 66 Museum & Keepers of the Wild Nature Park

Wednesday, June 19 · Bus Departs Pinnacle Parking Lot at 7:30 a.m. • Returns to the Pinnacle Parking Lot at 7:30 p.m.

Come with us on a journey through the historic Route 66 with so many attractions and natural landmarks there will be so much to see and learn as you travel back through history. The Arizona Route 66 Museum opened in Kingman, Arizona, on September 29, 2001, the museum depicts the historical evolution of travel along Route 66. The historic Hackberry General Store is located on the original alignment of Route 66, take some time to browse the many maps, books, signs, and artifacts relating to historic Route 66. Keepers of the Wild is more than just a wildlife sanctuary—it's an immersion in the beauty and majesty of the Southwest offering visitors a chance to explore the stunning 175-acre canyon, observe the rescued wildlife and learn about habitat preservation and animal welfare. Guided Safari Tours offer an exciting and

educational experience through the wildlife sanctuary and nature park, led by an expert tour guide who works closely with the animals. See the rescued wildlife and big cats up close and get ready for an adventure you won't forget!

What’s included: Admission to Mohave Museum of History & Arts, Route 66 Museum, Hackberry General Store on Route 66, Safari Tram Tour at Keepers of the Wild Nature Park at feeding time, transportation, and service of a Tour Director. Gratuities are not included. Ticket purchase deadline June 5th. Limited space so get your tickets early!

Itinerary: All times are approximate.

7:30 a.m. Depart Pinnacle Parking Lot (by the mailbox)

9:30 a.m. Welcome to Kingman on Historic Route 66. Explore the Mohave Museum of History & Art and the Route 66 Museum inside the Powerhouse Visitor Center.

11 a.m. Lunch at leisure (not included)

1 p.m. Drive along Route 66 to the historic Hackberry General Store.

3 p.m. Welcome to Keepers of the Wild Nature Park.

5 p.m. Depart for Las Vegas

7:30 p.m. Arrive Pinnacle Parking Lot

Purchase may be made online with a credit card or pay with cash or check at the Community Centers (exact change required).

Sun City Summerlin

Independence Day Golf Cart Parade

Parade from the Pinnacle to Desert Vista Thursday, July 4, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


Join us for a fun Independence Day Golf Cart Parade. The route will be from the Pinnacle Community Center Parking Lot to Desert Vista Community Center Parking Lot. There we will have music with special guest Kenny Hess performing and the Food & Beverage Department will be selling hotdogs and hamburgers with chips & water or soda outside. A cash bar will be available inside the ballroom during this event. Golf Carts & eBikes are welcome to join the procession to our Independence. Be sure to decorate your vehicle. Please email the Special Events Coordinator, Tina Marie Montoya at tinam@suncitylv.com to be added to the procession. Non-participating residents are encouraged to come out to watch the parade and support our Sun City Summerlin Independence Day Golf Cart Parade!

Las Vegas Brass Band Presents A Patriotic Music Concert

Desert Vista Ballroom · Saturday, July 6, 2 p.m.

Celebrate the conclusion of our 30th season with a special concert of Patriotic Music presented by the Las Vegas Brass Band who have been delighting audiences with its diverse repertoire boasting warm, deep, mellow sounds that pleasantly surprises first-time listeners. In honor of our nation's 248th year, our concert begins with the stirring rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner", a captivating mix of patriotic melodies and audience favorites, then concludes with the timeless march, "The Stars and Stripes Forever." We hope you'll join us for an unforgettable afternoon of music and celebration. A cash bar will be available during this event.

Bus Trip

Bus Trip · Tour of Distinction Allegiant Stadium

Wednesday, July 10 • Bus Departs Pinnacle Parking Lot at 9:30 a.m. • Returns to the Pinnacle Parking Lot at 12:30 p.m.

Experience this behind-the-scenes journey through the Raiders history and culture. The tour is led by an expert host, this immersive experience will take you through ultraexclusive areas such as Private Suites and Clubs, the Broadcast Booth, the Ubeo Press Conference Room, and Locker Rooms. You will get an up-close look at the AI Davis Memorial Torch and have the opportunity step out onto the field.

Bus Trip · Tour of Distinction

Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio

Thursday, July 25 • Bus Departs Pinnacle Parking Lot at 10:30 a.m. • Returns to the Pinnacle Parking Lot at 2:30 p.m.

Discover the enchanting beauty of the Bellagio Conservatory Botanical Gardens, a sprawling 14,000square foot oasis nestled within the iconic Bellagio Hotel.

What’s included: Transportation service of a Tour Director, a guided tour of the Allegiant Stadium. Gratuities are not included. Ticket purchase deadline June 24th. Limited space so get your tickets early!

Bag Policy: Bags must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and must not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”, small clutch bags, 4.5” x 6.5” x 2” can be taken into the stadium in addition to one of the approved clear bags described above.

Itinerary: All times are approximate.

9:30 a.m. Depart Pinnacle Parking Lot (by the mailbox)

10 a.m. Arrive at the Allegiant Stadium. 12 p.m. Depart for Sun City Summerlin. 12:30 p.m. Arrive Pinnacle Parking Lot.

2 p.m. Depart for Sun City Summerlin. 2:30 p.m. Arrive Pinnacle Parking Lot $

Here, nature comes alive through meticulously crafted botanical displays, inviting you on a journey through the seasons. Gaze upward to admire the soaring domed ceilings adorned with elaborate floral arrangements and majestic fountains, each scene a testament to nature's splendor. From the vibrant colors of enormous floral structures to the melodic sounds of playful butterflies and chirping birds, every meticulously planned show promises to immerse you in the wonder of the natural world. Step into a world of beauty and tranquility at the Bellagio Conservatory Botanical Gardens—an experience you won't soon forget. What’s included: Transportation to and from the Conservatory at the Bellagio and service of a Tour Director. Gratuities are not included. Ticket purchase deadline July 11th. Limited space so get your tickets early!

Itinerary: All times are approximate.

10:30 a.m. Depart Pinnacle Parking Lot (by the mailbox)

11 a.m. Arrive at the Bellagio.

$35 PER PERSON $105 Purchase may
be made online with a credit card or pay with cash or check at the Community Centers (exact change required).



Tribute to the Queen of Soul “Aretha Franklin”

Saturday, June 1, 6 p.m. • $30

Aretha–A Tribute to the Queen of Soul stars the fabulous GC Eccentric, backed by dynamic background singers performing choreography and an 8-piece band of talented musicians. This is a unique and exciting 90-minute narrated show that delivers the stylistic power and high-energy music of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. The story and life of Aretha is told while introducing each of her award-winning hits such as “Natural Woman”, “Never Loved a Man”, “Respect”, “Think” and many more. This show has sold out at every event. Listen to the music the way it was intended to be heard, live music with no tracks or gimmicks


PRESENTS “MJ Déjà vu –

Tribute to Michael Jackson”

Saturday, June 8, 6 p.m. • $30

With an uncanny resemblance to the "King of Pop", Justin Dean has captivated audiences nationwide as a top Michael Jackson tribute artist. From the iconic stages of Las Vegas to theaters across the country, he brings MJ's hits to life with live musicians and dancers. Having shared stages with stars like Prince and Jennifer Lopez, Justin promises an electrifying performance featuring classics like "SmoothCriminal" and "Thriller". Don'tmissthemagicofthisremarkabletribute.

Tickets go on sale on the last Tuesday of the month so be sure to get your tickets early for all Starbright Theatre shows. Tickets may be bought online at www.suncitysummerlin.com as well as at the Mountain Shadows, Desert Vista, and Pinnacle Community Centers. Tickets are non-refundable. Purchases may be made online with a credit card or pay with cash or check at the community centers (exact change required). For information on Starbright Theatre shows, call 2401301. A cash bar will be set up in the lobby & drinks allowed inside the theatre




“The Rendezvousstarring Patty Ascher "NY, Paris, Rio: the Songs of Burt Bacharach, Michel Legrand and Tom Jobim”

Tuesday, June 11, 6 p.m. • $20

Experience the transcendent magic of Patty Ascher as she brings to life the timeless melodies of Burt Bacharach, Michel Legrand, and Tom Jobim in an electrifying showcase spanning from the bustling streets of New York to the romantic allure of Paris and the vibrant rhythms of Rio. Revered for her unparalleled vocal prowess, Patty's ethereal voice captivates with every note, seamlessly blending precision, perfect pitch, and heartfelt expression. Endorsed by the legendary Michel Legrand himself, Patty Ascher, a Grammy nominee, takes center stage at the Starbright Theatre, enchanting audiences with a meticulously curated repertoire of iconic hits that have defined generations.


“Tribute to the Four Tops & Luther Vandross”

Saturday, June 15, 6 p.m. • $25

Grady Harrell Presents, A Tribute to MOTOWN Legendary Group The Four Tops featuring A Tribute to Luther Vandross! Grady Harrell, William Jordan Jr., Sam Thomas, and Claude Barnett will be singing all the hits that you grew up listening to. Hits like “Baby I Need Your Loving”, “Sugar Pie Honey Bunch”, “Ain’t No Woman Like the One I Got”, “Reach Out I’ll Be There” and many more. The Four Tops are an American vocal quartet from Detroit Michigan. They were one of the most commercially successful American Pop music groups of the 1960’s and helped propel the Motown label to international fame. The group’s repertoire has included aspects of soul, R&B, disco, adult contemporary, doo wop, jazz, and show tunes. The Four Tops were among several groups, including the Miracles, The Marvelettes, Martha Reeves and The Vandellas, The Temptations, and The Supremes, who established the Motown sound. Opening the show with his Tribute to the One and Only Luther Vandross is Donald Pinkney. It will definitely be a Night of Soul Music.

Tickets go on sale on the last Tuesday of the month so be sure to get your tickets early for all Starbright Theatre shows. and Pinnacle Community Centers. Tickets are non-refundable. Purchases may be made online with a credit card or pay with cash A cash bar will be set up in the lobby



Wednesday, June 19 & Wednesday July 17, 6 p.m. · $20

Get ready to bring the laughter back to Summerlin. Kathleen and Mistinguett Productions are now bringing the Best Headliners in Vegas to the Starbright. Stand-up Comedy, one of the most original forms of entertainment differs from other performing arts in that a skilled comedian can artfully expose humor in everyday life to an audience’s amusement. Spending the evening with 3 talented comedians can create laughter where you least expect to find it. With a very successful 5-year run and counting. As always, we will have our bar with assorted beverages available. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY!


History of Rock & Roll”

Saturday, June 22, 6 p.m. • $35

Experience the ultimate tribute to Buddy Holly and the iconic sounds of rock and roll with the Johnny Rogers’ band Buddy and Beyond - The History of Rock and Roll. Renowned as the premier Buddy Holly tribute show worldwide, endorsed by both the Holly Family and Buddy's guitarist Tommy Allsup, Johnny Rogers takes audiences on an unforgettable journey through the golden era of music.

In addition to his captivating portrayal of Buddy Holly, Johnny also pays homage to legends like Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, and other esteemed icons of rock and country music. With a dynamic live performance backed by a full band, 'Buddy and Beyond: The History of Rock and Roll' transports audiences through the decades of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, delivering an electrifying experience that leaves fans clamoring for more.

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cash or check at the community centers (exact change required). For information on Starbright Theatre shows,
240-1301. lobby & drinks allowed inside the theatre NO FOOD



“Heartbeat City –A Tribute to the Cars”

Saturday, June 29, 6 p.m. • $35

Taking its name from one of the Cars' most iconic albums, Heartbeat City, is dedicated to faithfully recreating the unmistakable look and sound of the Cars! Adorned in period-correct 80s attire reminiscent of the band's heyday, the members of Heartbeat City are not only talented musicians but also masterful at capturing the essence of the Cars' music. Witnessing Heartbeat City live is akin to experiencing an authentic 80s Cars concert. With a collective background rich in musical expertise, Heartbeat City consistently delivers a high-quality, professional performance that has garnered acclaim in venues nationwide. Don't miss the opportunity to see for yourself. “Let The Good Times Roll!"


“The Rendezvousstarring LINDA WOODSONAnd the Winner Is”

Tuesday, July 9, 6 p.m. • $20 Linda Woodson starring in "And the Winner Is”, Songs of Stars, Stage and Screen is a musical tribute to Grammy, Tony and Oscar winning artists and songs. Jazz vocalist Linda Woodson will take you on a magical, melodic journey from Mancini to Miranda and from La Mancha to Oz. The show will feature a jazz quintet under the direction of Brenda Cowart and special guest vocalist Tim Molyneux. The evening is sure to have you humming and remembering when you first heard these most beloved and celebrated award-winning songs of stars, stage, and screen.

Tickets go on sale on the last Tuesday of the month so be sure to get your tickets early for all Starbright Theatre shows. and Pinnacle Community Centers. Tickets are non-refundable. Purchases may be made online with a credit card or pay with cash A cash bar will be set up in the lobby


MISTINGUETT PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS “The Windjammers ...The Ultimate ‘Yacht Rock’ Band”

Saturday, July 13, 6 p.m. • $30

The Windjammers, A 6-piece “Yacht Rock" band, playing the best of all that great soft rock of the late 70's and early 80’s. Each member of this band is an artist on his own but have come together to create a topnotch band and a show that takes us back to a time and genre of music often referred to as “Yacht Rock” or “Soft Rock”, but we just call it GREAT music with lyrics, harmonies and grooves that are infectious. The band is made up of the best of the best headed up by Jerry Lopez, leader of Santa Fe and The Fat City Horns who together have refined such intricate, classic rock songs as “Africa” by Toto, “Ride Like the Wind” by Christopher Cross, “Reelin’ In the Years” by Steely Dan, and “Love Will Find a Way” by Pablo Cruise and more.


Saturday, July 20, 6 p.m. • $25

Get ready for an unforgettable night of music with EC Adams' Tribute to Lionel Richie & The Commodores! Featuring timeless hits from Lionel Richie's illustrious career, including classics like "Brick House", "Hello”, “Stuck on You", "Truly", "Three Times a Lady", "Dancing on the Ceiling", "Endless Love", and many more! This is not just a show—it's an experience filled with Fun, Excitement, Energy, Passion, and Love! Don't miss your chance to sing along, clap your hands, stomp your feet, and create lasting memories with EC Adams' Tribute to Lionel Richie & The Commodores! Mark your calendars and join us for a night of pure musical magic!

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cash or check at the community centers (exact change required). For information on Starbright Theatre shows,
lobby & drinks allowed inside the theatre NO FOOD
call 240-1301.



“Turn the Page – Bob Seger Tribute”

Saturday, July 27, 6 p.m. • $30

Bob Seger, the name alone brings back a flood of memories. Memories of growing up, first love, parties, and a time when music helped define who you were. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band truly provided the soundtrack to a generation. "Turn the Page - a Tribute to Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band" faithfully recreates all the Classic Bob Seger material including "Old Time Rock and Roll" "Night Moves", "Against the Wind", and of course "Turn the Page". Due to the unique quality of Bob Seger's voice, not many bands are able to capture the essence of the live Bob Seger experience that made him a legend. Turn the Page not only captures that power and energy but is also the only Seger tribute that is daily streaming thousands of times on services like Spotify and iTunes. Turn the Page has been capturing and delivering that excitement and passion to audiences all over the country. The only way to get closer to Bob Seger's Live show would be to have Seger himself!


“Good Vibrations – Beach Boys Tribute”

Wednesday, July 31, 6 p.m. • $30

Much more than just your typical tribute band, Good Vibrations celebrates the legacy and spirit of the legendary California icons by recreating all their classic music and timeless sounds of summer LIVE on stage! This high-energy production show brings the days of sun, surf, and cars vividly back to life with all the famous anthems, surf guitar shreds and oceandeep harmonies faithfully reproduced right before your eyes and ears exactly the way you remember them. Featuring all the signature hits including: “Surfin’ USA”, “I Get Around”, “Help Me, Rhonda”, “California Girls”, “Wouldn’t It Be Nice”, “Fun, Fun, Fun”, “Barbara Ann”, “Kokomo”, and of course the classic - “Good Vibrations”! This is a party guaranteed to have the crowd on its feet dancing and singing along to the greatest hits of some of the world’s most beloved music of all time. It’s time to load up the woody, grab your board and get ready to hit the beach with Good Vibrations!

Tickets go on sale on the last Tuesday of the month so be sure to get your tickets early for all Starbright Theatre shows. Tickets may be bought online at www.suncitysummerlin.com as well as at the Mountain Shadows, Desert Vista, and Pinnacle Community Centers. Tickets are non-refundable. Purchases may be made online with a credit card or pay with cash or check at the community centers (exact change required). For information on Starbright Theatre shows, call 2401301. A cash bar will be set up in the lobby & drinks allowed inside the theatre


Live Events at

Doorsopenat 5:30 p.m. Tickets for Blues Night and Band Nights are $15 per person. Tickets go on sale the last Tuesday of the month and may be purchased online at www.suncitysummerlin.com with a credit card or at the Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and Pinnacle Community Centers with cash or check. Exact change required. Tickets are non-refundable. Food and full bar available for purchase. No outside food or drinks permitted in The Summit during events. Must be 21 years or oldertoenter.Filmingattheseeventsmaybetakingplace.


Blues a Nostra

Tuesday, June 4, 6 p.m. | $15

Gino isaWorldClassperformerofBluesorientedmusic.Called “Don Gino” byhis friends. Co-founderoftheinternational "BluesBarons"band, Gino isaBlues veteranfromtheBayArea.Heisan authenticBluesplayerandsinger.Some callhimacrooner. Gino isastylistresistscopyinganyone.Frontinghisown band, Gino choosessongsthatcompliment hisbaritonevoice,reminiscentof Joe Williams or Johnny Cash. Hebringsto thestageanexciting,sophisticated, knowledgeable,andmodernapproachto thegenre,withoutlosingitstradition.

Hot Ice Friday, June 7, 6 p.m. | $15

Comejointhe Hot Ice Band foran eveningofdancingromancing&wanting moreofthesoundsofMotown,country, classicrock,50’s,60’s,Latinandmore! Earth, Wind & Fire, Kool & the Gang, Temptations, Smokey Robinson, Journey, Styx, Boston, Foreigner, Eagles, Bon Jovi, Four Tops, Frankie Valli, Jackie Wilson, Travis Tritt, Vince Gill, Brooks & Dunn justto nameafew! Hopetoseey’allthere!


Frankie Fontaine Band Friday, June 21, 6p.m. | $15

The Frankie Fontaine Band isa veryhighenergybandthathasplayed allthelocalcasinosinLasVegasand inLaughlin,Nevada,performinga varietyoftop40music.Wearyour dancingshoesbecauseyouwillbeon thedancefloorallnight!

BLUES NIGHT • Rheda K & the Krew, Tuesday, July 2, 6 p.m. FRIDAY BAND NIGHTS • HighRise, Friday, July 5, 6 p.m. · FOB Band, Friday, July 19, 6 p.m. SAVE THE DATE FOR THESE UPCOMING JUNE EVENTS


Your Water Quality: Our Top Priority

No matter where you live in Southern Nevada, you can count on the safety, reliability and quality of the drinking water you draw from your tap for you and your family. In fact, our drinking water meets or surpasses all state and federal standards—and is tested more thoroughly and frequently than most bottled water.

Local water providers including the Las Vegas Valley Water District, the Big Bend Water District, and the cities of Boulder City, Henderson and North Las Vegas have recently published their annual water quality reports. These reports provide you with detailed information about what’s in your drinking water and reflect the results of rigorous laboratory testing and advanced treatment conducted by the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA).

In fact, the SNWA tests your water 300,000 times a year, monitoring for more regulated and unregulated contaminants than is required by law. The Federal Safe Drinking Water Act sets waterquality standards for all water purveyors; in Nevada, these standards are enforced by the State of Nevada’s Bureau of Safe Drinking Water. Southern Nevada’s drinking water is carefully treated and regularly tested to ensure it meets these stringent requirements.

Still, some folks might shy away from tap water due to its hard, mineral-rich taste, while others mistakenly confuse taste with safety. Rest assured, your glass of tap water is both refreshing and safe to enjoy, and its naturally occurring minerals and electrolytes help keep you hydrated and healthy. However, if the taste of tap water doesn’t appeal to you, there are some easy tips you can use to make your water lipsmackin’ good:

Ÿ Chill: Refrigerate a pitcher of tap water to boost flavor and zap chlorine perceptions.

Ÿ Flavor: Add a citrus slice for zest.

Ÿ Filter: Try an activated carbon filter, like those in carafe systems, to reduce chlorine taste.

Ÿ Maintain: If you have an in-home filtration system, follow its recommended maintenance schedule, including filter replacement.

For objective information on water quality, and to obtain a copy of your water provider’s 2023 water quality report, visit snwa.com.

Sun City Summerlin Patrol

Sun City Summerlin Patrol is a volunteer organization made up of residents of the SCS community. We are the eyes and ears of the community, providing 24-hour patrol of the Association’s roads. Members serve as drivers, dispatchers, and Information Center volunteers. Contact the Patrol at 254-2303 or visit us at base (located at the back of Desert Vista’s parking lot). We’re here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Chief Douglass can be reached at 661-435-4879.


The Summit Restaurant

If you are a new resident in the last 12 months, come and meet your Board of Directors, Executive Director and mingle with other New Owners. Attendance is limited to one event only.

Wednesday, July 31, 2024, at 5 p.m.

Wednesday, November 6, 2024, at 5 p.m.

Scheduled events are subject to change.

Sun City Summerlin Residents:

Did you attend the Link’s Fanfare event in January and receive a red Link bag? Share your photo while traveling with this wonderful red Link bag! We will post your photo and name on the Link website. Send your name and photo to: gaila@suncitylv.com.



Call (702) 254-1581 Regular Menu And Takeout Available NEW HOURS: Open Monday–Sunday · 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. · 10201 Sun City Blvd., 89134
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I See It . . . ”

Real Freedom

We often talk about our “freedoms”. We identify laws, societal norms, cultural expectations, and other things that we feel restrict us and limit us. We point to all the things which can cause us anxiety and even anger. Well, I thought of a wonderful story with a very powerful message.

A man, a great man, a fighter for freedom was traveling in the mountains. He stayed in a caravanserai for the night. He was amazed that in the caravanserai there was a beautiful parrot in a golden cage, continually repeating, “Freedom! Freedom!” And it was such a place that when the parrot repeated the word, “Freedom!” it would go on echoing in the valleys and in the mountains.

The man thought: “I have seen many parrots, and I have thought they must want to be free from those cages… but I have never seen such a parrot whose whole day, from the morning to the evening when he goes to sleep, is spent in calling out for freedom.” He had an idea. In the middle of the night, when the owner was fast asleep, he got up and opened the door of the cage. He whispered to the parrot, “Now get out.”

But he was very surprised that the parrot was clinging to the bars of the cage. He said to him again and again, “Have you forgotten about freedom? Just get out! The door is open and the owner is fast asleep; nobody will ever know. You just fly into the sky; the whole sky is yours.”

But the parrot was clinging so deeply, so hard, that the man said, “What is the matter? Are you mad?” He tried to take the parrot out with his own hands, but the parrot started pecking at him, and at the same time he was shouting, “Freedom! Freedom!” The valleys in the night echoed and re-echoed, but the man was also stubborn; he was a freedom fighter.

He pulled the parrot out and threw him into the sky; and he was very satisfied, although his hand was hurt. The parrot had

attacked him as forcefully as he could, but the man was immensely satisfied that he had made a soul free. He went to sleep.

In the morning, as the man was waking up, he heard the parrot shouting, “Freedom! Freedom!” He thought perhaps the parrot must be sitting on a tree or on a rock. But when he came out, the parrot was sitting in the cage. The door was open.

The parrot's cry for freedom, echoing through the valleys, echoes within our own hearts—a call to awaken to the cages we have woven within ourselves. It invites us to embrace the courage to step beyond our self-imposed limitations and soar into the boundless expanse of our true potential. Only in recognizing and releasing these inner cages can we truly embody the essence of freedom—the freedom that resides within.”

We are on the path to “real freedom” when we realize and understand that our restrictions are within US. We point to all sorts of external factors as limiters, when in fact, we have the power to set ourselves “really free” and to walk toward being the “best person we can be” with REAL FREEDOM --- OUR FREEDOM. We all have the power to be “REALLY FREE”... the type of freedom that matters the most of all.











#8 Eagle Crest April 30, 2024

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#7 Eagle Crest April 16, 2024


#12 Eagle Crest February 27, 2024

Graham Booker Rich Berlin (not pictured) Jere Blaney Kathy Swindle

Flag Etiquette Guidelines

The American flag is a source of pride and patriotism. There are guidelines to follow in the display and storage of the flag. Displaying the American flag outdoors calls for a fabric favorable to the elements. Keep the flag clean and dry and avoid exposing it to high winds, rain, or snow. When storing the flag indoors, keep it in a dark dry area, in an elevated spot (the flag should never touch the ground/floor). Check the flag frequently for wear and tear. When the flag becomes tattered, store it inside your home and arrange to bring it to Sun City Summerlin

Patrol (they host an annual flag burning with a local Boy Scouts Troop once a year).

Here are the steps to follow to properly fold the American flag (best to do this with a helper):

Lay the flag out on a clean, flat surface with the stars in the upper left corner and the stripes positioned horizontally. You should stand on one side, your helper on the other side. Fold the flag lengthwise ensuring that the lower striped section is fully covered by the upper striped section. Fold the flag lengthwise again so that the striped edge at the bottom meets the top edge. At this point, the field of stars should be positioned on the outside (in the upper left corner). Begin folding in a triangular manner (opposite the field of stars), lifting the lower right corner up and over to the left edge of the flag. Maintain alignment with the outer edges of the flag. Work with your helper from left to right, folding the flag in triangles. Each triangle needs to be very taunt and aligned with each fold. You will stop folding the triangles when only the field of stars remain visible. At that point, you need to tuck the final flap into the fold to firmly secure the folded flag in place. If done correctly, the result is a perfect triangle with stars showing on both sides.

Take pride in and care of your American flag. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.


A Letter To My Dad

Dear Daddy, just sitting down to simply write you a letter; for some reason, I thought, it might make me feel better. Come Father’s Day, seems I find myself missing you more –the man who had raised me, the man I still just adore! I became very handy - remembering the things I was taught –but there were tools that I ruined when I screwed up and got caught! Your whistling would echo with Irish songs through the halls, and would blare to come in after play at night fall.

When little, there were times you’d gently reach for my hand and into the crowd as we danced to the band.

I remember my peeking through the crack in the door to find you saying your prayers on your knees, on the floor. You suffered through my cooking, eating all that I made, but would give me a quarter if I brought a good grade. You took care of two girls and, back then, not the norm; with God’s grace, we all weathered what we thought was a ‘storm’. There were a few times you succumbed to some tears –but the strength that you showed only grew with the years! My girlfriends would stop to spend time after school; they hung with you, Dad, 'cause they thought you were “cool” You frightened my dates – but that’s what Fathers do; drive-ins never an option – the direct orders from you!

At my wedding you, once again, took my hand –time to give me away now to some other man.

When your Grandson was born, your face was aglow –how short your time was, well, something no one could know. That terrible Christmas you were taken from me, we came home with your presents still under the tree. Through all of the years you’ve been gone, in my heart, you are always still with me and forever a part –of who I became, now a woman today, “Daddy’s Girl” now and always and forever will stay.

You did a pretty good job, though I’ve messed up at times; so now that I’ve come to the end of this rhyme

I hope you are proud as I grew up to be strong, and being raised by my Dad was simply where I belonged! So no matter the day, if I hear “Danny Boy” –

I still shed a tear, yet my heart fills with joy; I’m a Daddy’s girl and always will be it seems, with my memories and thanks, safely tucked in my dreams.



June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month: Movement Protects Your Brain Health

Adding more movement to your days might be the recommendation for your heart, but what you might not realize is that with every step you take, every mile you pedal or every lap you swim, you are helping your brain work better.

According to neuropsychologist Aaron Bonner-Jackson, PhD., “We know that physical exercise, and aerobic exercise in particular, is very beneficial for maintaining brain health, even in people who are at a risk for developing dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. With regular exercise, you can make a major difference in terms of how your body is functioning and, as a result, how your brain is functioning.”


your brain benefits from exercise

Physical activity may benefit your brain in many ways and helps to retain memory and promote optimal functioning:

Ÿ Promotes heart health which in turn helps brain health.

Ÿ Improves blood flow to your brain.

Ÿ Reduces Inflammation.

Ÿ Lowers levels of stress hormones.

How much exercise do you need for your brain health? Movement that gets your heart rate up are the best for your brain which include activities like swimming, running, jogging, biking, and dancing.

For most people, the goal of physical exercise should be to engage in vigorous physical activity three days per week for 15 minutes. Or, if high-intensity workouts don’t work for you because of health concerns or other reasons, you can aim for 30 minutes of moderate activity five days per week to get similar brain-boosting effects.

How can you gauge the intensity of your workout?

When you’re working out at moderate intensity, that’s working out to the point where you’d be able to talk but not sing during your workout. When we’re talking high-intensity effort, that’s the point that you’re exerting yourself such that you’re not able to say more than a few words without pausing for a breath.

A lifetime of regular exercise is best for optimal brain health, but it’s never too late to start.

Even that person who thinks that they have been the most sedentary person or who maybe doesn’t enjoy exercise, there are still health benefits for your body and your brain by starting an exercise routine. Anybody at any age can get the benefits from adding exercise into their life.” Physical Therapist Christy

Ross, PT, DPT www.health.clevelandclinic.org/exercise-andbrain-health

Sun City Summerlin’s Fitness Department encourages all homeowners to increase their daily movement for their brains and bodies to be as healthy as possible.

Purple is the official color of the Alzheimer’s movement. Worldwide, more than 55 million people are living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Join the Alzheimer’s Association in going purple and raising awareness this June. “The more that people know about Alzheimer’s, the more action we inspire.” –Alzheimer’s Association

Take advantage of the seminars and events on page 39. University Medical Center will be providing a Lunch & Learn Seminar on Brain Health on Wednesday, June 12, at noon at Sun Shadows Fitness Center. Tickets are available with any Social Monitor at the community centers.

Meet Mary Lee! 94 Years Old-Super Ager

Mary moved to Sun City Summerlin in 2004, and at age 75 she joined all kinds of clubs. Mary started taking tap classes, piano lessons, learned to twirl a baton and become an actress. She takes no medication and has an active schedule. Mary will be turning 95 in October and recently performed with the Sun City Dance Company in April at the Starbright Theatre! She was nominated by her friend Lori McKeogh. If you’d like to be recognized as a Super Ager of Sun City Summerlin or nominate a neighbor, please email the Fitness Department at fitness@suncitylv.com.


Seminars and Events

Mostseminars/eventsarefree.Theremaybespecialworkshops/classes witharegistrationfee. Please see event details below for specific ticketandlocationinformation. TicketsareavailablewithSocialMonitors at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and Pinnacle Community Centers. If sold out, please arrive the day of the event to be put on a waitlist.PleasecallFitnessDept.withquestions702-255-2294.

HomeFit with AARP

Wednesday, June 5, 12 p.m. · Desert Vista

Do you hope to stay in your home as long as possible? This seminar will help you learn how! AARP surveys consistently find that older adults want to remain in their current homes and communities for as long as possible. Based on the free AARP HomeFit Guide, this presentation can help individuals and families make their current or future residence – or that of a loved one – their “lifelong home.” Tickets are available beginning June 1 with Social Monitors at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and Pinnacle.

Getting Active for Brain Health Lunch & Learn with UMC

Wednesday, June 12, 12 p.m. · Sun Shadows

Learn from UNLV’s Cognitive Aging & Neuropsychology experts, Myjae Maloy-Robertson and Stacey Juthapan about the link between physical activity and brain health during this Lunch & Learn sponsored by UMC. Stacey and Myjae will discuss the importance of physical activity for supporting brain health, the connection between heart and brain health as well as recent research findings. Join us for this awesome collaboration with two local experts to learn more about why physical activity is necessary to support brain health as we age. Limited tickets will be available beginning June 1 with Social Monitors at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows, and Pinnacle Community Centers.

Love Your Heart! Heart Healthy Habits for Life

Wednesday June 12, 1p.m. · Sun Shadows

Join Donna Gould, MS, RD, LD, a clinical Registered Dietitian foracloseexaminationintohowyourdietdirectlyaffectscardiovascular health. In this hour-long class, you will learn how to reduce the risks of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and coronary artery disease with a heart-healthy diet and physical activity. Registration is $20 per person. Class participants will receive all educational resources, recipes, and entry into giveaways. Please call the FitnessDept.withquestions702-255-2294.

Men’s Health Doc Talk & Walk with InterMountain Health

Wednesday, June 19, 9 a.m.

Pinnacle Walking Path

Join us and a physician from InterMountain Health for a fun Doc Talk & Walk about Men’s Health! We will learn more about Men’s Health and the areas to keep in mind as life changes, then we will take a walk around the Pinnacle walking path with the physician. No tickets necessary for this Doc Talk & Walk. Please check in with the Fitness Monitor on the day of the seminar before heading to the walking path.

Hydration Awareness

Snack & Learn with ArchWell Health

Wednesday, June 26, 12 p.m.

Desert Vista, Room 5

We know the importance of drinking water, but do we fully understand why hydration is so important? Are you aware of the signs and symptoms of dehydration? Join Dr. Beata Taratuta, MD, from ArchWell Health to learn more about hydration. Dr. Taratuta will cover the benefits of staying hydrated, no matter the climate, as well as signs of dehydration, heatrelated illnesses and tips on how to stay hydrated! Limited tickets will be available beginning June 1 with Social Monitors at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows, and Pinnacle Community Centers.

Sound Bath Meditation with Amy

(suggested $5 donation)

Thursday, June 20, 3:30 p.m.

Sun Shadows

Join Amy for our monthly Sound Bath Meditation. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket(s), and pillow for cushioning. Wear comfortable clothing to keep warm and cozy. Plan to arrive 10-20 min. before starting time to get settled. No late entry due to the meditative nature of the class. Limited tickets will be available beginning June 1 with Social Monitors at Desert Vista, Mountain Shadows and Pinnacle.


All Things Fitness

“Your one stop shop for the Fitness Center amenities in Sun City Summerlin!”

Additional Club classes are available. Master Fitness Class Schedule can be picked up at any Fitness Center or online at suncitysummerlin.com. Please call Fitness Department with questions 702.255.2294.

All trainers are insured and certified through nationally accredited programs and are authorized to train residents in all Sun City Summerlin fitness centers. Cece Ceccarini Personal Trainer Strength Training & Balance 702-721-2977 Daria Clarke Personal Fitness Training Free Assessment 702-375-7154
Massage Therapy is available at the Pinnacle Fitness Center Deborah Butterfield L.M.T. NV St. Lic. NVMT 7183 For appointments call: 702-240-1327 or 540-850-2287 CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINERS LINK MAGAZINE | JUNE 2024 | 41

Community Conversations: Gaming at Highland Falls

After months of research and review, the Sun City Summerlin Board has decided to move forward with adding gaming machines at the Tavern at the Falls restaurant of the Highland Falls Golf Course. This will entail some remodeling and relocation of the bar, seating, and entry areas of the restaurant. Once complete it is anticipated that there will be a combination of about 15 freestanding and bar top gaming units.

The existing entry hallway will be removed so that, along with the existing seating area facing the course, a new bar and gaming area can be created. Existing restrooms will be retained, but will be inside the restaurant footprint, rather than accessed from the hallway. The existing interior wall of windows across from the restrooms will be removed to open up the entire area.

The existing bar in the main part of the restaurant will be renovated and combined with the kitchen prep area to make a much more efficient preparation zone for food service. Overall, it is expected that the amount of seating for tables will be similar, but bar seating will be expanded. The remodel will take place during the next few months in anticipation of the installation of the gaming machines.

Costs related to the construction and renovation are being budgeted at $210,000. It is expected that these costs will be recovered in less than two years, affording a very favorable return on investment. Gaming will be provided by a licensed firm and a monthly rental fee paid to the Association.

Bar top machines will be multi-game and multidenominational to accommodate a wide variety of interests.

Food and beverages will be available while patrons are playing the machines. So, increased food and beverage sales are also anticipated from this change. Popular floor machines such as Buffalo are expected to be installed. The goal is to provide a pleasant and comfortable gaming experience for all.

Once the agreement is signed with the game operator, it takes about 10-12 months for the license to be approved by the State of Nevada. Sun City Summerlin will not hold the license, as this would present several issues both now and in the future. It is much simpler to contract with an experienced and professional gaming company and have them hold the license, comply with regulations, etc. We simply provide the space and then collect a monthly rental fee. This negotiated fee is a percentage which is based on actual gaming activity (or the “handle” as it is referred to).

Most payouts will be made by processing a payout slip and using an onsite cash dispensing safe. Larger payouts (if several thousand dollars are won) are made by calling a route tech who will come onsite to make the payment. All servicing and maintenance needs are handled by the providing company.

Exploratory conversations regarding the potential of adding gaming at Highland Falls have been met with positive comments by Sun City Summerlin residents. Gaming within our community is already established at such locations as Miller’s Tavern and Dotty’s. This will simply be another location where such activity can be had. But it has the added benefit of providing a financial return to our own Association. There are really no apparent downsides to implementing this action.

Residents and golfers will have to reckon with the inconvenience of construction for a short period of time. But the final result should be well worth it. A popular spot for gathering, drinking, and dining should become even more so. Your support and patronage are looked forward to.



JUNE 2024

All scheduled Committee Meetings are being held in person at Desert Vista and/or by Zoom



ARC ArchitecturalReview

BOD SCSCAIBoardofDirectors

CAP CommonAreaProperties

CCOC CharteredClubs& CommunityOrganizations

HC HearingCommittee

IT InformationTechnology


DV DesertVista

DF DesertVista FitnessCenter

EC EagleCrest

HF HighlandFalls

MF MountainShadows FitnessCenter

MS MountainShadows

P Pinnacle

PV PalmValley

SBT StarbrightTheatre

S SunShadows

SM Summit

TF TavernattheFalls


You too can receive a Zoom meeting invitation by sending an email to Mitzim@suncitylv.com and with your first and last name, your address, and the words “sign me up.”

Tavern at The Falls June Daily Specials from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. See page 29 for details.

The Summit June Special from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. See page 30 for details.

9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Sunday Brunch (SM)

9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Sunday Brunch (SM)

6 a.m. – 1 p.m., Father’s Day Special (TF) page 31

9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Father’s Day Brunch (SM) page 31


9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Sunday Brunch (SM)


9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Sunday Brunch (SM)

9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Farmers & Artisan Market (MS Parking Lot) page 16

9:30 a.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

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12 p.m., AARP Driver Safety Program (DV) page 12

6 p.m., “Blues Night – Blues A Nostra” (SM) page 25


11 a.m., Sunshine Service Group (DV) page 13 10 11 9 17 18 16

9 a.m., HC Closed Meeting (DV) Insert 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Farmers & Artisan Market (MS Parking Lot) page 16

9 a.m., BOD Meeting (SBT & Zoom) Insert 9:30 a.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

6 p.m., Karaoke Night (TF) page 29

6 p.m., “The Rendezvous: Patty Ascher – NY, Paris, Rio” (SBT) page 20

9 a.m., CAP (DV & Zoom) Insert 9:30 a.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13


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9 a.m., Crime Prevention with Manuel Barela (Zoom) page 12

9:30 a.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

10:30 a.m., IT (DV & Zoom) Insert 6 p.m., Sun City Summerlin Patrol (DV) page 13

6 p.m., Karaoke Night (TF) page 29

Photo Courtesy of Richard Becker


12 p.m., HomeFit with AARP (DV) page 39

1 p.m., “Damsel” Free Movie (SBT) page 16

6 p.m., “Tribute to the Queen of Soul – Aretha Franklin” (SBT) page 19 THURSDAY 1

7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Bus Trip: Skywalk Bridge & West Rim of the Grand Canyon (P)

4 p.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

4 p.m., Friday Updates with Mitzi (Zoom)

4 p.m., Nine Wine & Dine (EC)

6 p.m., “Band Night – Hot Ice” (SM) page 25

6 p.m., “MJ Déjà Vu –Tribute to Michael Jackson” (SBT) page 19

12 p.m., Lunch & Learn: Getting Active for Brain Health with UMC (S) page 39

12 p.m., Love Your Heart! (S) page 39

11 a.m., Legal (DV & Zoom) Insert

2:30 p.m., Fitness (DV & Zoom) Insert

4 p.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

6 p.m., Rod’s Live Music (TF) page 29

4 p.m., Friday Updates with Mitzi (Zoom)

7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m., Bus Trip: Route 66 & Keepers of the Wild Nature Park (P) page 17

9 a.m., ARC (DV & Zoom) Insert

9 a.m., AARP Driver Safety Program (DV) page 12

9 a.m., Men’s Health Doc Talk & Walk w/InterMountain Health (Pinnacle Walking Path) page 39

11:30 a.m., Lunch & Learn: TrustMasters (DV) page 15

2 p.m., Golf Oversight (DV & Zoom) Insert

6 p.m., “Comedy Tonight” (SBT) page 21


10 a.m., NPT Presents: LVMPD Active Assailant Training (DV) pages 13, 14

6 p.m., “Tribute to the Four Tops & Luther Vandross” (SBT) page 20 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22

9:30 a.m., CCOC (DV & Zoom) Insert

11 a.m., Free Classic Movie “Murder on the Orient Express” (SBT) page 16

3:30 p.m., Sound Bath Meditation with Amy (S) page 39

4 p.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

9:30 a.m., Coffee with the Board (DV & Zoom) page 12, Insert

1 p.m. – 3 p.m., National World Music Day (DV) page 16

4 p.m., Friday Updates with Mitzi (Zoom)

6 p.m., “Band Night – Frankie Fontaine Band” (SM) page 25 SUMMER SOLSTICE

6 p.m., “Johnny Rogers History of Rock & Roll” (SBT) page 21

12 p.m., Snack & Learn: Hydration Awareness with ArchWell Health (DV) page 39

5 p.m., AARP Driver Safety Program (DV) page 12

2 p.m., Finance (DV & Zoom) Insert

4 p.m., New Resident Orientation (MS) page 13

6 p.m., Yukon Jack Live Music (TF) page 29

4 p.m., Friday Updates with Mitzi (Zoom)

6 p.m., Vegas Swing Happy Hour Dance Party (SM) page 30

6 p.m., “Heartbeat City –A Tribute to The Cars” (SBT) page 22

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In Celebration of Juneteenth

You may have learned in high school about the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation. But do you know the historical legacy of Juneteenth? It is a rich history that must be shared with all Americans, young and old.

The American Civil War began in April 1861 and ended four years later in April 1865. President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, which stated “that all persons held as slaves” within the Confederate

States “are, and henceforward shall be free.” However, enslaved people living in Confederate States would not be free until the surrender of the Confederacy (Union military victory), marking the end of the Civil War.

In those days, news traveled slowly by letter or by word of mouth. Two months after the end of the Civil War, Union General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas. General Granger informed the community that the Civil War had ended in April, and that enslaved people were now free. The General’s arrival on June 19, 1865, is the day on which Juneteenth is celebrated. In fact, the troops’ arrival was two and a half years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The 13th Amendment signed into law on December 6, 1865, abolished slavery in the United States.

Did you know? The word Juneteenth is a combination of two words: “June” and “nineteenth.”

Texas was the first state to declare Juneteenth an official holiday. Over the years, other states followed. In June 2021, Congress passed a resolution declaring Juneteenth a federal holiday. And, on June 17, 2021, President Biden signed the bill into law. Juneteenth is observed each year on June 19th, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.

Juneteenth is celebrated across the United States with prayer services, parades, festivals, concerts, and family cookouts.


Stained Glass Club

The Stained Glass Club Invites You to Nurture Your Creativity!

Currently, there are 71 Stained Glass Club members. “A lot of people fell in love with stained glass the first time they went to church and admired the beauty of the artform,” says Mike. People move to Sun City Summerlin and often remark: “Wouldn’t a piece of stained glass look great in my home?” says David.

The dues are $30/year which entitles you to use the workshop anytime from 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., seven days a week.

You also get a locker to store tools. Club members buy their own supplies. The workshop keeps certain supplies on hand. If a club member runs out of a particular item, they can reimburse the club. “The club gets donations from residents,” says Mike. The workshop has boxes of “free glass” available to members. There are local stores and several websites where residents can buy supplies.

To join the club, you have to take the Beginner’s Class (offered monthly), or you need to demonstrate prior proficiency in the craft (bring in some pieces to show club members). The Beginner’s Class is four nights, three hours each night, held on Monday and Tuesday (2 weeks in a row). The maximum number of students is four. The class is $75 and includes the materials you need and use of a toolbox. When the class is over, if you decide to join, a full toolbox costs $200 (prices vary). Current members will advise new members what to buy. The club members like to shop local, if possible.

Why the “test class” before joining the club? The shared workshop has power equipment (not dangerous equipment, but tools you need to know how to operate). “Working with stained glass does require some manual dexterity and patience. If you are good with mechanical work (for example: repairing things around the house) the technical aspects are pretty easy,” says Mike. You start out with a pattern. The club has an extensive library available and a copier for expansions.

Club members spend different amounts of time on each project. “I have been timing myself for years and I have found that 20 minutes per piece of glass is not a bad estimate,” says David. “You are working from a pattern that essentially is a puzzle. And, you have to make each puzzle piece fit. The

Peacock on door to Stained Glass Club Workshop Clock in Billiards Room at Desert Vista created by Sam Policicchio, Club Vice President

tighter you fit them, the crisper your end product will look. Some club members branch out beyond stained glass panels and create jewelry boxes and napkin holders. One member made a jewelry box shaped as a cello, because his granddaughter plays the cello.”

Club members gift many of their creations for holidays or birthdays. Also, they proudly hang pieces in their home. “Many of the pieces I have created are displayed in my home,” says David. “I have had people over to my home and they say that it looks like an art gallery.” Some members do commission work.

Sometimes residents will donate glass and tools to the club along with an unfinished project. As a thank you, club members will finish the project to the delight of the resident!

The club participates in events and contests to show their work. There is a Celebration of Life for those 55 and older, at Charleston Heights Arts Center. Annually, club members attend the National Glass and Bead Show at South Point in Las Vegas. Two years ago, David Wignall won Best in Show!

“For our club members, this is a hobby, a passion, rather than a job,” says Mike. For information on class schedules or to join, please call Mike Drace at 702-970-2442.

Sam Policicchio, Club Vice President



There are over 70 approved color palette schemes that you can view and choose from at the SCSCAI Community Standards Office or at the dunnedwards.com website by clicking on colors and then entering Sun City Summerlin as the HOA name.

Once you find color palette schemes that you like, you can also send a photo of your home and up to three (3) color schemes of your choice to Dunn Edwards at summerlincoloradvisor@dunnedwards.com and they will prepare up to three (3) color renderings, for free, so you can see what the colors will look like on your home.

Remember Painting Your Home Requires Prior Approval from the Architectural Review Committee.



You!!! Can Be Your Best Defense

As we attempt to find our way in this new world of social media, continued inflation, and dealing with other folks who seem to care only about themselves, we need to take inventory. Do you feel relatively safe in your home? There are no guarantees, but here are a few ideas to sift through.

The following are excerpts from a message previously sent from Sun City Summerlin Executive Director, Mitzi Mills:

1. BE ACTIVE in your Neighborhood Watch Program. If you do not know who your Neighborhood Watch Captain is, please call or text the Neighborhood Preparedness Team at 482-8853.

2. Do not invite strangers into your home. If someone knocks on your door to sell you something, TURN THEM AWAY.

3. When someone knocks on your door, do not open it unless you know who it is. However, it is important that you let them know you are at home. The criminals canvas until they find an empty home. TALK TO THEM THROUGH YOUR LOCKED DOOR.

4. Always ACTIVATE YOUR SECURITY SYSTEM and cameras, even if you are only going to be gone for a short time.

5. If you have people working in your home (cleaning service, pest control, dog walkers, repair service, deliveries, i.e.) DO NOT SHARE TIMES YOU WILL NOT BE HOME, and do not leave your appointment calendars lying open for anyone to view.

6. Since many of the break-ins happen very soon after someone leaves their home, CHECK YOUR SURROUNDINGS WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME. Are there unknown cars parked on the street or unknown people in the area?

7. TAKE DIFFERENT ROUTES when you leave your home and possibly circle back to pass by your home.

8. VARY YOUR ACTIVITY SCHEDULE, such as a walk, run, bike ride or exercising your dog.

9. If something or someone looks suspicious, REPORT THEM TO PATROL. This includes door-to-door solicitors. Let Patrol know so they can come into your area and observe the people. This may discourage those bent on breaking the law.

10. Program the Patrol number into your phone-(702) 2542303. (That organization is always accepting new members, give a call!) OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, 24 HOURS A DAY. We are all volunteers and are committed to helping other residents.

Many of you have a SPECIAL FURRY FRIEND in your home. Be it a dog or cat, or bird or even fish, most of us would be devastated to have bad things happen to our pets. Patrol has the absolute BEST Pet officers! We also have a chip reader to try to get any lost pet home ASAP. We can’t do that for you if you have not chipped or activated that chip with the correct information. Keep your sharp eyes on your pets whenever they are outside of your home!

Do not neglect your EMERGENCY CONTACT form. Update as needed, with not only family information, but also a trusted local contact. (Come into Patrol at west end of Desert Vista parking lot to check on your current personal information.)

GET INVOLVED IN AN ACTIVITY. Sun City Summerlin has so many possibilities of social and physical groups to keep your mind and body functioning at top speed. To meet some of life’s challenges, the larger community of Clark County may have answers. Check with our Community Services office and the LINK Magazine for opportunities in Sun City Summerlin. Visit with the Fitness Staff for suggestions for activities or search Clark County for support.

Darlene Vaughan, Sun City Summerlin Patrol

Some of the Things We Do For the Sun City Summerlin Community:

•Being the eyes and ears of Sun City Summerlin.

•Observe and report suspicious activity.

•Provide house checks when residents are away.

• Remind residents to close garage doors at night.

Sun City Summerlin Patrol – FYI

Services in April 2024

Open Garage Doors – 212

911 Emergency Lights – 25 House Checks – 290

IC Inquiries – 174

Compiled by Frank Miyazono




On August 1, 1909, Francis and Dominica Morandi arrived at Ellis Island in New York. A few days later, Dominica gave birth to my father, Eugenio Leno Morandi.

Missing their beautiful home in the Alps in Northern Italy, Francis and Dominica decided to leave America to return to their home in Italy.

My dad had a wonderful and picturesque life in the town of Brescia, Italy. He had many memorable moments with his seven brothers and sisters camping in the Brenner Pass visiting Austria and Switzerland. However, in 1922, Benito Mussolini became Prime Minister of Italy and the terror of Fascism spread across the beautiful Italian countryside.

In 1929, my father received the letter he and his family had been dreading. He was to report to the Fascist Headquarters to serve under the Mussolini regime. He was already required to wear the Fascist brown shirt.

Dad decided since he was an American citizen, he would NOT serve under this regime. He would have to make the most difficult decision of his life, to leave his mother, father and brothers and sisters to seek a new life in America.

My father fled to Naples where he tried to reach a ship sailing to the United States. In order to disguise himself, so no one could recognize him, several friends dressed him as a woman and found a small boat to take him out to the ship going to the United States.

However, when my dad did not report to Mussolini’s Army, a notice with his picture was sent throughout Italy.

When he arrived at the ship, he told the captain that he was escaping to America from the Fascists. My father knew when he did not report, they would be looking for him. Not far into the voyage, the ship was notified to stop at the nearest port. My dad knew when the ship was ordered to stop, they were looking for him. The crew of the ship hid him in the smoke-

stack. There were many times my father told me the fear he felt to hear the soldiers searching underneath him.

My father arrived at Ellis Island in 1929 along with thousands of people escaping the pending horrors in Europe.

Since he already had his U.S. citizenship papers, my dad had no problems entering the United States. Fortunately, his uncle had a factory in Vermont. There, Dad taught himself to be an electrician by reading books. He also went to night school to learn English.

He knew how to play the guitar and formed a band and they played at many local Italian weddings. While performing at one of the weddings, he met my mother, Olga Ciccarelli.

Fortunately, he found work in Roosevelt’s WPA program on a farm near Williamstown, Massachusetts, where he and Olga raised three children.

My fondest memories are sitting with my dad in the living room, listening to the wonderful stories of his childhood in Italy.

“Ti amo papa…”

Gloria photographed with parents and brother.


In April, we introduced a new software, Smartwebs. Close to six thousand invitations were sent by email. About 300 were not delivered, possibly because the emails no longer existed or needed to be corrected. As of May 1, 2024, 985 individual portals were created. We have scheduled a new mass email invitation every three months.

The portal is to be used when submitting an ARC application for exterior modification of your home and to receive, review, and communicate with the office regarding violations of the Governing Documents. You can also find helpful information regarding exterior paint or Republic Services' bulk sched-

ule. You can look for different forms, including the report of a possible property violation, a change of mailing address, and more. Lastly, you can get an electronic copy of the Governing Documents and review several policies approved by the Board of Directors.

If you haven’t already, we strongly urge you to create your Resident Portal account. This user-friendly platform will give you instant access to all activity related to your home, including messages, violation letters, inspections, and home improvement projects. It's a convenient and efficient way to stay informed and manage your home's affairs.

Please email us, and we will gladly send you back an invitation. This is an essential step in our community's operations, and we value your participation.

If you are experiencing any issues with setting up your portal, please contact us. We are here to help.

You may reach us at: 702-966-1411 or via e-mail at: communitystandards@suncitylv.com. The Smartwebs website: https://sts.smartwebs.com.



Mgmt. No.

Sub Assoc. Mgmt. CO. Phone Units

ArbuckleHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 48

ArgentsHillHOA SierraCmnty.Mgt.LLC 754-6313 42

BanoraPointHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 12

BigGreenHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 24

BigTimberHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 28

BlueBellHOA CrossoverAssoc.Mgt,LLC 656-4824 27 686-4824

BreakersCreekHOA TheMgmt.Trust 835-6904 23

CogHillHOA LindaBucar 233-0223 60

DarkPeakHOA SageMgt. 848-3418/339-3044 12

DesertButteHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 32

DesertCrystalHOA PrimeCmnty. Mgt 869-0937 30

DesertHollyHOA BonnyLewis 582-5688 42

EagleValleyHOA TheMgmt.Trust 835-6904 38

EchoMesaHOA NevadaCmnty. Mgt 222-2391 37

EveningStarHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 15

FairwayViewHOA TheMgmt.Trust 835-6904 28

FaissHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 47

FreshSpringHOA SierraCmnty.Mgt.LLC 754-6313 54

GemstoneHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 48

GrandMesaHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 41

(This is the most recent information reported to Sun City Summerlin Community Association, Inc., by the Sub-Associations.)

Mgmt. No.

Sub Assoc. Mgmt. CO. Phone Units

HemetHOA Cmnty.MgtGroup 942-2500 39

HunterSpringsHOA LevelPropertyMgmt. 433-0149 16

JunctionHillHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 84

LightningRidgeHOA SierraCmnty.Mgt.LLC 754-6313 54

LinkviewHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 98

LitchfieldHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 58

MountainGateHOA DesertCmntyMgmt. 982-0430X-102 24

PalmridgeHOA CrossoverAssoc.Mgt.LLC 656-4824 56 686-4824

PomonaHOA NevadaCmnty.Mgt 222-2391 39 PrairieHillHOA TheMgmt.Trust 835-6904 35

QuailRidgeHOA NevadaCmnty.Mgt 222-2391X-2003C 66 (222-2391X-305JK)

RidgevilleHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-12100 16

ShowcaseHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 100

SunCityNMAHOA TerraWest 362-6262/251-4540459

SundialHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 44

TumbleBrookHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 22

ValleyDownsHOA AdeptMgt.Services 645-1210 53

VillaRidgeHOA DesertCmntyMgmt. 982-0430 52

WillowrichHOA CrossoverAssoc.Mgt.656-4824/686-4824 36



Club Contact Phone

Aquacize VeronicaDouglass 661-435-4880

Art SteveBrenner 702-749-7737

Arthritis PamMiller 804-240-8626

Basketball JimMathews 503-894-3040

Beading&Jewelry PaulaNuzzo 702-820-9343

Bicycle GaryTrowbridge 725-735-7424

Billiards KayeBence 818-424-8348

Bocci HenriettaRapp 702-528-3504

Book CherylKidd 541-233-6545

Bridge,Duplicate GaryBiederer 847-272-3398

Bridge,FridayNight PeggyCushman 702-462-2250

Bridge,MondayRubber MaryLaFerney 702-562-1550

Bridge,Social ConnieMorris 702-331-0325


Bunco RuthAnnMoore 661-618-1613

Canasta DianeSapp 321-446-5712

Ceramics DeniseWinton 702-363-4329

Chicago/Midwest MyraFeldgreber 702-838-3859

ClassicalMusic WilliamRydell 702-580-0727

Computer JeffWilkinson 702-527-4056

Conservatives JeffDiPane 702-985-2310

Cribbage LindaRay 702-586-1007

DanceCompany RobertaMorrissey 702-524-5881

DanceConnection KrisSteinwand 702-443-8759

Euchre GloriaElmore 702-430-7785

French DenisKallish 203-767-2518

FriendsofTheSummit TamiFox 248-882-3364

Garden DaveMaiero 702-266-5416

Golf,Guys&Gals AmosBarcus 702-755-9623

Golf,LadiesExecutive PamScott 559-917-3724

Golf,Men’s18Hole ThomasHaseltine 414-788-2310

Golf,Men’sNiners HughLichter 727-421-5010

Golf,Women’s SandiHapke 702-405-9181

Gun DavidZuckerman 201-400-1871

Hiking LisaBrew-Miller 707-477-8059

Investment SteveCommander 702-304-1768

Italian KenPignato 702-339-1342

JewishFriendship LonnieWagman 702-419-6333

KraftyKritters SunitaBouri 813-270-9096

Liberal NormanWright 702-255-5545

Library MaxineMcKeown 702-287-2918

Club Contact Phone

MahJongg KarenBerke 702-813-5110

Men’s LenLibman 702-515-9368

Military&Friends ChrisOelerich 970-274-8230

ModelBuilders CharlieBush 702-501-3300

Musicmakers DarleneVaughan 307-330-8421

NeighborhoodPrep.Team* MaryFairhurst 702-482-8853

NewYork ChristineRuggiero 702-280-2743

Organ,Piano&Keyboard MartiStimpson 702-683-4112

Pan RebeccaDeavours 970-402-4881

Photography JudithFilangeri 702-473-1153

Pickleball SuzanneEsber 714-478-1653

Quilting DianeLais 702-327-4520

Racquetball PeterRuopp 419-420-5175

Rainbow JulieMcCuiston 725-291-LGBT(5428)

R.V. DeanLawes 802-345-9090

Residents’Forum* JulieZerbel 512-775-1309

Sawdusters JohnMarslender 801-598-5371

Sewing(JustSew) JudyHatcher 951-491-3442

Silver,Lapidary SharynSmith 702-473-5479


Silvertones RodneyHamburg 702-332-5611

Social SofiaCastille 281-300-4537

Softball PatFaivre 541-207-2169

Spanish SarahFreeman 508-733-1047

StainedGlass MichaelDrace 702-970-2442

SunCityCharities/ Office 702-254-5831 Volunteers*

SunshineService* DebbieMotycka 702-755-6109

SuperSolosActivities SusanLang 319-350-8071

Swim DarleneStaley 503-388-0821

TableTennis LaureenLentz 909-648-1397

TaiChi MaryDodson 818-430-1617

Tennis WalterPratt 702-675-5823

TexasHold’em PaulLuszcz 760-399-7173

Theatre(Community) JohnMura 310-251-2785

Travel MariseMizel 702-339-2657

WateRobics DonaWittman 916-425-3571

Women’s JudyAuerbach 702-242-0727

Writer’sWorkshop MaxineMuccigrosso 702-360-1863

Yoga RudolfoSanchez 702-596-2681

ZoomZoom KathyMayer 314-952-6300

(* Denotes Community Organization)



Telephone numbers published in the Link and at SunCityLink.com are in the 702 area code unless noted otherwise.

(The deadline for JULY 2024 chartered club listing is FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2024. If you have questions, contact the Link at 966-1435 or eileend@suncitylv.com.)


What could be more fun than to exercise in the pool! It's low impact to joints. Club Members can choose from several different classes. There is now a 7 a.m. class at DV outdoor pool. If you have any questions, you can ask your Pool Class Representative. You can also call or email Veronica Douglass, President 661-435-4880, pagedouglass@yahoo.com. Watch your email for any last-minute notifications. Reminder: all outdoor pool classes will be held weather permitting.


Artists of all levels from beginners to advanced, and those who just love art, are welcome to join the Art Club. Dues are $15 per year. We hold general meetings the third Monday of each month in Desert Vista’s Room 1, during which we discuss Club business and offer guest presentations or demonstrations. As we are dark for the months of June, July and August, our next meeting will be held on September 16 at 1 p.m. We offer classes/sessions in beginning, intermediate, and advanced watercolor, acrylic and oil painting, drawing, acrylic pouring, colored pencil, and mixed media. We also provide updates on local art events, information about our instructors and Club activities, including our annual Fine Art Show. For more information, including our class schedule, visit our website at www.suncityartclub.org or contact Steve Brenner at 749-7737.


Do those painful joints keep you from exercising? We have a solution. Slip into your swimsuit and join us in the pool for soothing exercises that get those joints limbered up. These exercises safely move every part of the body. Stretching, range of motion, flexibility and balance improve health and wellness. This low-impact pool exercise Club meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Desert Vista indoor pool. Check with your doctor to ensure you are fit enough for the class. Annual dues are $15. General Meeting to vote on Dues Issues, Tuesday, July 16, 11:30 a.m. at DV indoor pool. Call Pam Miller 804-240-8626.




Please join us and help make basketball a community exercise option for everyone. Currently, our basket is at Desert Vista on a pickleball court. The court's hard surface, availability, and dimensions are extremely challenging. We’ve asked for the basket to be relocated to a knee-friendly surface at the end of a tennis court or a new court built over an existing underutilized outside area. The court is reserved for shooting on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Tuesdays & Thursdays evenings from 5-8 p.m. We currently play half-court games twice a week at a local gym. Please contact Jim Mathews (503) 894-3040 or Al Bonardi (631) 398-1891 for additional details.

Beading and Jewelry

We are enjoying making unusual jewelry and hope you will come and join us. No experience is necessary! Please call our wonderful President, Paula Nuzzo, at 820-9343. For beginner classes, call Ellen Crawford at 478-8806 or Tricia Saba at 4911351. Our business meetings are at Desert Vista the 1st Tuesday of each month. We meet the rest of the month every Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Silver Room at Mountain Shadows.


The Bicycle Club does group rides starting at the lower Desert Vista Parking Lot on Tuesday and Thursday and Sun Shadows on Saturday. Bike start time for June thru August will start at 7 a.m. Anyone with a bicycle (or e-bike) and a helmet is more than welcome to join us for any ride. Don’t worry about keeping up, we’re just an easy-riding bunch of SOB’s (Seniors on Bicycles). For more information, please email Gary Trowbridge at scsbikeclub@gmail.com.




The Billiards Room at Desert Vista has four 9-foot Diamond pool tables. Pool cues are available for use if needed. Club-member time block is set for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11:30 a.m. with organized tournament play on Fridays. $10 annual dues. If interested in joining the club, please drop by anytime during Club play and grab a cue stick or bring your own. There will be a meeting on Wednesday, June 19, at 10:30 a.m. in Room 2 at Desert Vista. For more information, call Kaye Bence at (818) 424-8348.


The Bocci Club plays on Mondays at Desert Vista and Thursdays at Sun Shadows at 1:30 p.m. Hope to see you all soon. For information, call Henrietta at 987-3456.


The Sun City Book Club meets the second Thursday of the month 1:30 until 3:30 p.m. at Desert Vista. Social time is 1:30 until 2 p.m. Our June meeting is June 13, 2024. Our Book Club selection for June is The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. For summer reading, we have two suggestions – I Will Find You by Harlan Coben and The Maid by Nita Prose. For more information contact Cherie at 541-233-6545 or Klipsan2@gmail.com. Keep reading!

Bridge, Duplicate

Ready to play duplicate bridge? We meet at MS every Wednesday & Saturday 12 noon sharp. Our duplicate bridge game is really a lot of fun & a wonderful way to form lasting friendships among fellow bridge lovers. Need a partner? Our Partnership Chairperson Marilyn Pekrul can be reached at 254-8245. For additional information President Gary Biederer can be reached at 847-272-3398.

Bridge, Friday Night

Join us at Mountain Shadows on Friday at 5:45 p.m. Play starts at 6. Recent winners were Bob & Peggy Cushman, Jan Edwards & Dona Griggas, Elaine Erickson & Linda Sedler, and Allan & Mary Ann Clark. If you wish to join, please schedule with Peggy Cushman. For more information or help finding a partner, please call Peggy Cushman at 462-2250.


Bridge, Monday Rubber

Join us for 24 hands of Bridge at noon, Mondays at Mountain Shadows. Play starts at 12:15 and is timed. Recent winners were Rod & Doris Hamburg, Marilyn Pekrul & Gail Yangas, Jan Edwards & Dona Griggas, and Jean Pullin & Elaine Siegel. For more information or help finding a partner, call Mary Ann Clark at 254-6943.

Bridge, Social Duplicate

April BIG GAMES: Bill Korol & Marilyn Limbach (70.81%), Deanna Chafee & Irene Sacks (68.30%), Connie Morris & Vlad Ivanov (67.41%), Vicki Malone & Karen Jacobson (66.07%), Marijke Raju & Ellen Birney (66.96%), Judy Thompson & Jane Callaghan (68.91%). We meet at noon on Saturdays at MS Sahara Room with a mini lesson at 11:30 a.m. Bring your partner or we will pair you up. We use the site RSVPBridge.com to manage signups, partner requests and scoring! Contact Shelly to be added (email: peretz.shelly@gmail.com; cell: 708.610.3375) or check our website: bridgewebs.com/276519. During Supervised Play, participants are encouraged to ask questions and receive coaching on all aspects of the game with the main difference being the level of experience of players and length of the game - we usually play between 14 and 16 boards. Annual Dues-$5.


Please join us Saturday, June 22nd at Mountain Shadows for a friendly fun filled evening of Bunco. Doors open at 5:30. Our Games will start promptly 6 p.m. Bring your Association Card and $5 to play. No prior experience need. A friendly smile and willingness to learn is plenty. Annual dues are $2. Snacks will be provided with the balance going to prizes. For more information or question you may call: RuthAnn Moore (661) 618-1613 or Janice Lugavere (818) 606-1354.


The club meets on Thursday from 6-9 p.m. Men, women and couples are welcome. Lessons will be given on Thursday mornings. Please call 236-1873 to attend. Birthdays will be celebrated at the 1st club night of the month. Dues are $10 a year. Ceramics

Beginners and Workshop classes are starting again. Watch for the sign-up sheet in the Club Room. Stop in any time the club is open and take a tour of the Ceramics Club. Club hours Mon-

Do you own a small business? Advertise in the Link. For more information, contact us at 702-966-1434


day – Friday 9 to 12, Monday and Wednesday afternoons 12 to 3 and Sunday 10 to 2. Board Members for 2024 are: Denise Winton, President; Sherin Garber 1st VP; Joyce Newlin, 2nd VP; Nancy Hergenreder, Treasurer; Edie Bush, Secretary. Visit our website at: www.creativeceramicscenter.com. For further information, call Denise Winton at -363-4329.


On Sunday June 16th we will celebrate Father's Day with our annual chicken picnic. We'll supply the chicken and all of you will supply the "fixins". They will include appetizers, salads and desserts. We'll meet, eat, and greet at 5:30 p.m. Desert Vista Room 5. This feast will be for members only. Join us and say hello to summer and goodbye to our snowbirds. For more information on this terrific club, call Myra 838-3859.

Classical Music

On Monday, June 24, at 7 p.m., the Classical Music Club will welcome the Nevada Chamber Orchestra featuring Greg Maldonado. Mr. Maldonado has been teaching music in Clark County for decades, and always brings very talented musicians. No program information is available at this time. For more information please contact Will Rydell via email at lledyrw@iCloud.com.


If you have computer or mobile device issues, help is available at the Pinnacle Facility on Tuesdays 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. If you don’t have a computer, stop by the Computer Lab on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to Noon to surf the Net. Yearly dues are $10. Details regarding our schedule of events can be found on our website https://www.scscc.club. For further information contact Jeff Wilkinson, 527-4056, or email pres.scscc@gmail.com.


We meet in room 5 at DV on the 3rd Thursday of each month with sign-in at 6 p.m. and the program beginning promptly at 6:30 p.m. Visit our website at scsconservativesclub.com/home for monthly program updates and pertinent club information. You may also call/text club President Jeff DiPane with your questions or concerns at 985-2310. Annual dues of $15 per member are collected in January. Club officers are Jeff DiPane-President, Susanne Spinelli-Vice President, Karen Kogelschatz-Treasurer and Sue Stitt-Secretary. We look forward to meeting new friends and sharing our conservative thoughts and principles.


We play every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. starting promptly so join us by 5:15 p.m. We usually play partners. New players are welcome. 400 points gets you recognition in the LINK and on


our Board of Winners! Recent winners are: Roger Wargar-409; Bob Fitzgerald-405; Ed Mathews-409. Come and join us and get your 400 game! For more information, call Linda Ray at 586-1007.

Dance Company

The Club wishes to thank the Sun City Summerlin New York Club for the opportunity to provide entertainment during their May 1st club meeting. We thoroughly enjoy showcasing our dancers in our community. Contact us if you are seeking performers for your upcoming club meeting, at msjoelene@yahoo.com. Currently at the top of our Summer workshops (June, July, and August) the Dance Company is offering tap, jazz, and ballet workshops tailored for the non-dancer to the experienced. At SCSDanceCo.org you will find complete details on times, locations, instructors, and registration. We invite you to try one or more of these workshops. Photo courtesy of M.E. Chidiac.

Dance Connection

Dance Connection offers the following classes – Get Movin’, Just Dance, Beginner Line Dance, Beginning & Advanced Hula, Advanced Round Dance, Beginner Line Dance, Beginner/Intermediate Line Dance, Dance Party, Sittin’ & Drummin’, Havin’ A Ball, BeMoved, Beginner Hula, Let’s Move, Get Up & Dance, Sittin’ & DanSin’, and Showstoppers. Try one today! Pick up a schedule at any Fitness Center or visit our website at: https://scsclubs.wixsite.com/dance-connection. Call Kris @ 443-8759 with any questions.


Euchre is a card game usually played with four players per table (two partnerships). We rotate tables and partners, so



Euchre is a very social game for all levels. New members are always welcome, and if you don’t know how to play, lessons are available. Join us on Wednesdays at 6 p.m., at Mountain Shadows. For more information, call Gloria at 430-7785.


Bonjour à tous et toutes. Le Circle Français welcomes new members to our fun-filled and interactive meetings. Our mission is to: Converse in the French language, while appreciating the French culture. Scientific studies have identified a link between being multilingual and fending off the onset of dementia. The mind is like a muscle. Let’s flex it and keep it healthy by speaking and reading French. Meetings are held Fridays, at Pinnacle, 2215 Thomas W. Ryan Blvd. 1-2 p.m. Basic for beginners & 2-3 p.m. Intermediate/conversational. Contact Denis Kallish - deniskallish@gmail.com or 203-767-2518 for more information.

Friends of the Summit

Friday Band Nights are on the first and third Fridays. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; with music from 6-8 p.m. Blues Nights are held the first Tuesday of every month in the Summit. Tickets are available at our community centers, and online at www.suncitysummerlin.com via the ticketing section. We recommend purchasing tickets in advance. We look forward to seeing you at our events. Membership is $1 annually. We appreciate your support of music events at the Summit. Contact us at friendsofthesummitscs@gmail.com.


Joseph Shepard of Schilling Horticulture Group will educate us on our most valuable landscape component, our trees. “Trees” will be discussed with a Q&A to follow. Join us Thursday, June 27th at 3:30 p.m.! Our standing club meeting date is now the last Thursday of every month!

RSVP: https://bit.ly/scsgardenclubRSVP

Location: Desert Vista, Rm 5.

Dues: $20


About Our Club: https://bit.ly/scsgardenclubabout

Club Sign up Link: https://bit.ly/scsgardenclubsignup OR print pdf https://bit.ly/scsgardenclubsignuppdf

Facebook: Sun City Summerlin Garden Club Questions? SCSGardenClub@gmail.com

Golf, Guys and Gals

The Guys and Gals Golf Club will host the June 16th tournament at Highland Falls Golf Course. The format will be “6-6-6" and the check-in is no later than 6:30 a.m. with a 7 a.m. shotgun start. For tournament information, contact Chris and Dave Klee at 702-254-2461. For membership information, contact Andrea and Clint King at 714-794-4131. Visit our website at www.suncityguysngals.com.

Golf, Ladies Executive

We hosted the SPRING FLING Invitational Tournament at Eagle Crest on May 7. An excellent time was had by all. A special Thank You to Marion Douglass and Spunky Leiberman for all their work organizing the event. Also Thank You to all the club members, husbands of club members, the Pros and Pro Shop Staff, and the staff of The Summit who volunteered to make the Tournament a success. Look for the results in the July LINK. If you are interested in joining our club, to play in our weekly tournaments at Eagle Crest, contact Membership Chair, Donna Hadley at 585-820-1800. Tuesday tee times in June will be at 7 a.m. (check in at 6:30 a.m.). The next General Meeting will be June 25th at Desert Vista.

Golf, Men’s 18 Hole

Greetings from the 18 Holers. I would like to congratulate the group winners in our club championship. Yong Shin, Steve Degelbeck, Gary Kuehl and our club champion Ron Harwood. Great playing men. If you would like to join the fun, please check out our web site at WWW.SCSMGC18 holers.org or call Tom Haseltine at 414-788-2310.

Golf, Men’s Niners

Golfers of all levels are welcome at our weekly tournaments, which include nine holes of straight individual play, scrambles, and best ball events, played on each of our three Sun City courses. Club play is held Thursday mornings, with tee-off times ranging from 7 to 8 a.m., depending on the time of year. Once or twice a year we hold out-of-town tournaments, the next one being a three-day venture to Laughlin in the fall. We also host spring and fall at the DV picnic grounds. Finally, at least a few times each year, we hold tournaments at local off campus courses throughout the valley. For more information, please refer to our website at www.scsniners.org or call Raul Gonzalez at (661) 373-2725.

Golf, Women’s

June is the month of lovers. We love candy, flowers, sweethearts and, of course, golf. Just being outside for 5 hours with



friends you love, playing a game you love makes golf a perfect match for YOU. Don't agree?? Come and play a few rounds and see what fun we have! Then take a lesson or more from our wonderful pros, enhance your game and suddenly you are a golfer, in love and ready to commit to this "wedding". We play on Tuesday mornings followed by our Board and General Membership Meetings. To join us call Leslie Halvorson at 236-4879 and she will set you up with a lovely buddy who will take you to a lovely lunch with lovely new friends and before you know it a whole new world will open up to you…..come fall in love with this game. You will not regret it!


Whether you are new to firearms, considering purchasing your first weapon, or are an old hand in shooting arts, the gun club is looking for you. Meetings are indoors and outdoors. Meetings in April, June, October, and November are on the second Friday of the month, 1 p.m. at Desert Vista where invited speakers update us on firearms related topics. March, May, September, and December Mondays, we meet for a fee of $5, at the Clark County Shooting Complex. Our Club membership includes residents that are retired instructors, armorers, range safety officer, and military. We maintain lists of training classes, places to shoot, local gunsmiths, and conceal carry weapon (CCW) permit instructors. Dues are $10 for the year. Contact us at scgunclub2019@hotmail.com.


Club meetings are on hiatus for June, July and August. Meetings will resume in September 2024. Coordinated hikes are posted to the group calendar. An e-mail is sent out prior to the hike with all details. An RSVP is required and is done directly in the email. Please cancel if necessary so that a fellow hiker on the wait list may participate. All hikes leave from the NE corner of the Pinnacle parking lot. Before hiking, first time

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club hikers must call coordinator Ann Cronin (737-5758) for fitness level recommendations and additional information.


April 19 meeting the officers proposed the following 3 changes to the Club Charter:

1. The club name will be changed from the Italian Club to the Italian Dinner Club.

2. The club purpose is to foster new friendships and enjoy Italian cuisine and entertainment.

A Will does not avoid probate. A Will is only one piece of an estate plan that every person should have in place. This presentation is a hands-on approach to learning about the foundational estate planning tools like: Last Will & Testament; Healthcare Power of Attorney (or Medical Directive); Financial Power of Attorney; Guardianship Nomination; Living Trusts and their ancillary documents; and alternatives to Living Trusts. Refreshment will be served on June 26, at Desert Vista @ 7 p.m. See you all then. Steve Commander, President.


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3. The club membership meeting with elections will be held in November. These three proposals will be voted on at the November election meeting. If you have any questions email scs.italianclub@gmail.com or contact President Ken Pignato at 339-1342.

Jewish Friendship

On June 18th we will be honored to welcome Ward 4 Councilwoman Frances Allan-Palenske. She’s a lifelong Nevadan and successful small business owner. She supports multiple organizations that benefit children and focuses on public safety, neighborhood outreach and building community. She’s a big supporter of our Sun City Community. She’s also a mother of three. How does she do it all? Join us at Desert Vista in Rm 5 to find out! Check in begins at 6 p.m. and our meeting begins at 6:30. Refreshments will follow the Q and A. Call President Lonnie Wagman at 419-6333 with questions.


OPEN HOUSE AND SALE SATURDAY JUNE 15, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. New inventory of baby sweaters, holiday themed plates to showcase your baking, Swiftie and cancer awareness bracelets, greeting cards and many more handcrafted items. We are open in the Desert Vista Multi-Purpose Room Tuesdays 1-3 p.m., Thursdays 1-3 p.m., and Saturdays 9 a.m.–Noon. General business meetings are held on the first Saturday of the month at 10 a.m. Donations of craft supplies are gratefully acceptedcontact Mary Graves at 489-3043. For general club inquiries, contact Susan Carnegie at (714) 814-5421.


If you are looking for respectful discourse on issues affecting Sun City, Nevada and the USA, mark your calendars to attend our meetings on the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in Desert Vista. We have some terrific speakers lined up for this year. For more information, contact: Norm Wright at 668-8686. Annual club dues are $5.


Both Libraries are open. Puzzle center at MS is closed temporarily. Please use the Sun Shadows Library for your puzzles. Both libraries accept “USEABLE” donations of newer, hard backs, paperbacks and magazines. LIBRARIES DO NOT TAKE BOARD GAMES OR TOY DONATIONS; WE DO TAKE CHILDREN'S BOOKS! Please

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donate no more than 5 books at a time - space is limited. There are 2 Book Return drop boxes located inside and outside of MS to use in lieu of bags on the floor! You may take out 5 books and 2 puzzles at a time. You may volunteer up to a half hour weekly to shelve books alphabetically by author. Contact C. Kidd by email kilpsan2@gmail.com or at 541-233-6545 for large donations and additional information.

Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg is part skill, part luck and totally addictive. We meet on Tuesdays at Mountain Shadows. Game hours are flexible between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Dues are $10 a year. If you are interested in learning how to play this wonderful game please call Sharon Chaiken at 243-8271. For club info, please call Karen at 341-5112. We look forward to seeing you.


A great way to meet new people in our community. Join us for regular monthly meetings, discussion groups, lunches, and tours of local businesses and attractions. Our monthly member meeting is the last Tuesday of the month, 9 a.m. at Desert Vista with free coffee and a featured speaker. Co-Ed Happy Hours are announced each month to our members. Monthly informal discussion group. Power lunch with visiting club speaker is every third Wednesday, noon at Summit. Great events and great friends await you. For information on the club visit our website at scsmen.com. Join our group of friendly residents.

Military and Friends

Our next event is the Annual Military & Friends Picnic, an opportunity to visit with friends and make some new ones, Saturday, June 8, 2024, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The picnic will be held in the picnic area at Desert Vista adjacent to Sun City Patrol offices. Lunch is individual deluxe box lunches from Dickie’s Barbeque. The cost is $20 per person. BYOB, we provide soda/pop and mixers. Bring your own folding chairs since there is limited seating. Club members, their guests and Sun City residents interested in possibly joining Military & Friends are always welcome to attend. Please contact Chris Oelerich at 970-274-8230 or email him at coelerich@yahoo.com for details and more information. Mail or drop off checks with Chris Oelerich, 2832 Desert Crystal Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89134. We look forward to seeing you at the picnic.


Our, "Director of Trains,” Jeff Esber (L) and club member, Ken Walker (R) will be operating our fabulous HO TRAINS EVERY TUESDAY FROM 10AM UNTIL NOON! The layout is located in DESERT VISTA…bring your guests, too! We’ll also be displaying BEAUTIFUL, AMAZING DOLL HOUSES as well as PRIZEWINNING MODELS. We also will be showing MUSEUMQUALITY WOOD MODEL SHIPS. With all the tools and special equipment you’ll need, plus electrical power and lighting at your own special worktable; your hobby will, come alive. Come meet our friendly members…we’ll be happy to show you around, or contact Our CLUB PRESIDENT, CHARLIE BUSH at 501-3300.


Musicmakers are on hiatus for the summer months. Rehearsals begin Monday, September 9. We are a four-part harmony ensemble of singers who enjoy rehearsing and/or performing. Regular choral sessions are Mondays and Wednesdays 1-5 p.m. at the Pinnacle Music Studio, normally September through April. Regular meetings of the club are every first Monday at 12:30 in the Music Studio. We ask ALL Musicmakers to NOT WEAR FRAGRANCE OF ANY KIND (perfume, after shave, hairspray, hand lotion etc.). ALLERGIES! If you would like more information on membership or to schedule a special performance please call, text, or email Darlene Vaughan, President 307-330-8421 popoagieranch@hotmail.com.


Neighborhood Preparedness Team “NPT”. See page 14 for details about our meeting on Wednesday June 26th from 1011 a.m. @ Desert Vista. NPT is a community organization, and all residents are members. There are no dues or fees to join or attend NPT meetings and events. Our main mission is to foster education relating to all residents’ safety in responding to consequences of any

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Come celebrate "Summertime" with Audrey Smith on June 5, at 6:30 p.m.! Audrey is a retired music teacher and published

author of two musicals. We are excited to have her perform for us! Cupcakes and coffee will be served. (We will also be voting on the amendments to the Operating Procedures). REMINDER: THERE IS NO MEETING IN JULY. Questions? Please email us at scsnewyorkclub@gmail.com. (Photo is Jones Beach State Park, NY)

Organ, Piano, and Keyboard

June is the month for weddings, anniversaries, and flag day too. Let’s work on the music that makes these occasions special! More and more residents are discovering the fun you can have at our club. We have an experienced teacher who helps and guides our members with theory, chords and reading music. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an experienced player, a beginner or whether you want to learn to play – we’re here for you. We meet on Tuesdays from 9-10 a.m. in the Pinnacle Music Room. For information call Marti at 683-4112.



Summer approaches – beat the heat and enjoy an afternoon of Pan card games. Pan is similar to Rummy; it’s played at poker tables with six to eight players and 8 decks of cards with 8, 9, and 10s removed. Club Games are Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m.3:30 p.m. at Mountain Shadows. Feel free to contact us at scspanclub@gmail.com for an introduction or a lesson.


The Photography Club meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Desert Vista. Members range from novice to professional. Visitors are welcome. Annual dues: $10. Our calendar and monthly theme are available on our website at photography-scslv.club. For information, email J. Filangeri at snapscslv1@gmail.com.


Club Open Play is every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 710 a.m. All levels of players are welcome. Also, a group of players play "social" games at 6 p.m. every evening. All are welcome to join them. If you set up games outside of Club Play time, residents and club members must check in at the DV Fitness Monitor Desk. Nonresidents need guest passes. The ten locked courts are for resident use only and located at the back of the DV Parking Lot. A Summer Solstice Event will take place on June 21st. For more information on times and dates and/or to join the club, visit our website at suncitypickleballclub.com. To sign up for a new player pickleball orientation, contact Suzanne Esber, President, at (714) 478-1653 or shesber@gmail.com.


Summertime has come to the Quilt Club. Our charity group is busy every Tuesday morning making quilts for various community organizations: cancer centers, rehabilitation centers, the veterans’ home, and young parent organizations. We donate over 300 quilts annually. If you would like to donate fabric or other items to the Quilt Club, please contact Carole Nelson, 241-3413. All quilters are invited to our next meeting on Monday, June 10, at 9:15 a.m., Desert Vista. Check out our website calendar at www.scsquiltclub.org for our upcoming classes. For more information contact us at suncityquiltclub@gmail.com , or contact Diane Lais at 327-4520.


The Racquetball Club is having an active 2024 season adding new Club members, continuing the member prize drawings, and holding member doubles tourneys. The Club also participates in the SCS Club Fairs and other events. Club dues will remain at just $10 during our active 2024 season. The Club welcomes players of all skill levels. Lessons are available. The Club-only court times run Mon-Sat 8 a.m.-noon. Membership forms are available on the RB Club bulletin board. Quarterly Member Prize Drawings continue through 2024 with random winners receiving certificates to the Summit restaurant. The 2025 Club Officers will be elected at the Annual Election Meet-

ing & picnic Monday, October 7 at DV. See you at the court! Questions? Call: President, Pete at 419-420-5175; VP Glenn at 480-330-0799; or Treasurer, Bill at 661-505-0758.


Neighbors Celebrating Diversity. Join us Monday, JUNE 17th, 6 p.m. at Desert Vista Community Center, Room 5. Our club is focused on cultivating an environment that fosters understanding, acceptance and equality for ALL individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We encourage everyone to attend, lend your support to our LGBTQ+ residents and help us create a vibrant and FUN group here in Sun City Summerlin using our collective voices to unite our community and make a lasting impact on the world around us. Our regularly scheduled meetings will be on the third Monday of every Month at Desert Vista Community Center. For membership information, call (725) 291-LGBT (5428).

Residents’ Forum

Residents’ Forum will be dark in June to accommodate the primary election held at Desert Vista. Check the LINK each month for our future events. For questions or suggestions please contact our President at juliezerbel@yahoo.com.


The RV club is currently on break for the summer and will resume meetings starting Monday, October 14th at 4 p.m. at Desert Vista Room 5. If you have an RV and would be interested in joining our group, please come to our next meeting. Trips are planned from September through May, and we currently go silent June, July, and August. Check out our website at www.suncitylvrv.club to see where we have been and plan to go during the coming year. If you have any questions about the RV club, call Dean Lawes at 802-345-9090.


Come in and try your hand at woodworking. The club is open to all Sun City Summerlin residents in good standing. If you would like a no obligation tour of the facility and all of the machinery and woodworking tools, please contact John at (801)598-5371 to set up an appointment. To learn use of the machinery and tools we provide an orientation. Annual membership dues of $40 covers everything. For safety, we require at least two people in the shop at all times when work requiring power is being performed. Club volunteers monitor during the week – to schedule see calendar on desk. Our next meeting is scheduled for Dec 6th at DV when we will be voting for 2025 officers.



Sewing (Just Sew)

The Sewing Room is closed for remodeling. We anticipate opening sometime mid-summer. Watch for our announcement of the Grand Reopening and Craft Sale. We are still accepting donations of fabric, notions, yarn, thread, patterns, and machines. To coordinate pickup or delivery contact President Judy Hatcher at 341-8554. Visit our website at scsclubs.wixsite.com/scsjustsew.

Silver, Lapidary & Glass Fusion

Consider beating the summer heat in one of our cool studios at the Mountain Shadows Craft Center. We are open mornings (except Tuesday & Sunday.) Sign up for a class to make silver and stone jewelry or to create glass pieces by designing, cutting, and kiln-fusing glass. Meet our supportive members who love to share their creative ideas. Dues are $30/year which includes the use of a locker. This unique bracelet was made by Linda Overby. Our next general meeting is August 17th

at 9:30 a.m. in the Silver Room. For more information, please contact our President, Sharyn Smith at 473-5479.


The Silvertones have been entertaining Sun City residents and visitors since 1991. We put on two concerts every year... in the spring and during the Christmas and Hanukkah holidays. This year Tim Cooper who has been our Accompanist, will be our Director as well. Tim has performed in Las Vegas since 1980. He is an acclaimed Composer and Music Producer. Our group is made up of four sections...soprano, alto, tenor and base. We have a great time and put on some wonderful shows with lots of entertainment in between our group songs. We practice every Thursday in the Pinnacle Music Room from 12:45 - 3 p.m. If you are interested in joining the Silvertones contact President Rod Hamburg at 332-5611 or e-mail him at rhamburglv@yahoo.com.


The Social Club has many opportunities to make friends, engage in fun activities, or try something new in a friendly setting. Members are invited to share ideas, coordinate, or host new activity groups. Monthly meetings are held on last Mondays at 6:30 p.m. in the Desert Vista Ballroom. You must RSVP to attend - rsvp.social.events@gmail.com. For more Social Club details, check us out at suncitysocial.org, call/text our Membership Director at 312.636.6101, or email the.scs.social.club@gmail.com.



Pickup games all summer starting at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday, sign up at 7:30-7:45. Saturday batting practice at 9 a.m. Dues are $50 per year. For more information, please contact Brian Hoffman at 717-602-5195 or jlsbeh@aol.com.

Spanish Bienvenidos! (Welcome!) You are invited to join our free Spanish classes! We have moved to the Pinnacle Meeting Room. Our classes include Intermediate Spanish at 9 a.m., Advanced Spanish at 10 a.m. and Beginner’s Spanish at 11 a.m. We also have a Google Meet class for Conversational Spanish with Instructor Barry Feinberg on Wednesdays at 9 a.m. Contact Barry directly at 312-608-8012 or bfeinberg@ieee.org to sign up. Questions: Call President Sarah Freeman at 508-733-1047 for more information.

Stained Glass

This stunning desert scene window was completed by our member Rose Strong. It was her first stained glass project and adorns her home. Our club offers members a unique opportunity to create beautiful art and valuable additions for their homes. Visit the workshop at MS Craft Wing, tour and speak to members working in the shop, and then sign up for an introductory class to learn the basics. Our instructors are patient and extraordinary. For class fees, schedules and information, call or message Michael Drace at 970-2442 or Sam Policicchio @ 704-4492.

Sunshine Service

THE WAREHOUSE IS OPEN Monday through Saturday from

9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Call the Warehouse at 341-9741 to verify hours. We loan medical equipment and children’s equipment to Sun City Residents. Our warehouse is next to the SCS Patrol Office at Desert Vista. We also collect aluminum tabs, Campbell Soup labels, and food donations for charity. We accept donations of usable medical and children’s equipment. We particularly need transport chairs of all sizes for adults. Please bring them to the Warehouse. If you have signed up to work at the warehouse and you must cancel, call Debbie Motycka 755-6109 or Sarah Emes 600-5877 to arrange a substitute. Next meeting on June 3, 11 a.m. at Desert Vista.

Super Solos Activities

NEW adventures with NEW friends. We are still growing! Imagine going to a fancy lunch, quaint happy hours, live music, or trying a new restaurant with built-in companions! Our goal is to collect your ideas of fun and adventure and channel them into an app called Meetup. As members of the Super Solos Activities Club, you will be able to view upcoming events and connect with others. Our next meeting is Tuesday, July 9, at Desert Vista Room 5, 6 p.m. There will be a vote at the July meeting for Budget and Operating Procedures. Please note the later time! Membership $10 per year. Hope to see you soon! Contact us at supersolosscs@gmail.com or club President, Susan Lang 319-350-8071.


Swim Club is open to all residents who swim. Come join fellow swimmers while brushing up on your techniques. We have several members who train for the Nevada Senior Games. We have exclusive use of the Desert Vista indoor pool on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9-10 a.m. Membership is $10 per year. Contact us at SCSSwimmers@gmail.org or call Darlene Staley 503 388-0821.

Table Tennis

All Sun City Summerlin residents are welcome to play with us for two visits as guests before joining the club. Annual membership dues are $10. Playing Table Tennis has many great health benefits such as improved coordination, balance and reflexes. It’s a great way to get in shape and make new friends. Play times at PN are Monday 9 a.m.-Noon; Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; and Saturday, 3-6 p.m. Play times at Sun Shadows are Tuesday, 5:30-8 p.m., and Thursday, 4:45- 8 p.m. A practice robot machine is set up on Saturday afternoons at the PN. For more information contact Marilyn at (412) 849-6092.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi for flexibility & balance, at Desert Vista. Dues: $5 per calendar year (checks only). For information, Email J at taichi10630@gmail.com or call Mary Dodson at 818-430-1617.


Please join us for a game of tennis. Our club membership is $15. We offer competitive tennis in all skill levels. Our club provides free tennis drills on Wednesdays from 8-9:30 a.m. at Mountain Shadows tennis courts. Our group leaders include players of all skill levels (2.5-4.5). For more informa-

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tion about the tennis club or to join a group, contact Walter Pratt, President, at 675-5823 or duffers18@yahoo.com.

Texas Hold’em

We play Texas Hold’Em No Limit Tournament style for 3 hours on Mondays 12:30 p.m. at Mountain Shadows. For more information on our games or to sign up as a new member go to www.suncityholdem.org. Annual club dues are $5. Email suncityholdem@gmail.com with any questions.

Theatre (Community)

Calling everyone to help put our shows on stage! Behind the scenes help is Always Appreciated - We're looking for Actors, Dancers (for shows that need them), Seamstresses (as needed) Ushers, Greeters & Builders. Join our Family of FUN FOLKS & See what we’re All About! Attend our General Meetings on the 3rd Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at Desert Vista or email President, John Mura at scstheatrelv@gmail.com. Check our Facebook page (SCS Community Theatre), our Instagram page (scstheatre_) and our website (www.scs-theatre.com) for what's happening!

Travel (Local)

Sun City Summerlin Travel Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of every Month at 3 p.m. in Room 5 of Desert Vista. We take trips to local sporting events, shows on the Strip, entertainment at The Smith Center and other local venues. Current plans include Aviator games, Aces games, Beatles LOVE on the Strip and tours of the Sphere. New members and new ideas are always welcome. The Travel Club proposes to add the following statements to our operating procedures: "Non-resident guests may participate two times a year and must check in with a guest pass if the event takes place within any of Sun City's facilities. Guest passes are not necessary for events held outside of Sun City." Discussion and voting on accepting this procedure will take place at the July meeting. Call Marise 242-2704 for more information.


WateRobics classes are held at Sun Shadows, Monday-Friday at 9-9:45 a.m., and Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1212:45 p.m. Sessions are led by certified instructors who offer modifications to meet various physical limitations. If you’re new to our community and are looking for a great workout, please join us for two free classes to see if it’s a good fit for you. For information contact Dona Wittman, 916 425-3571, Cathy Dali, 916 838-6378, or Sally Gavin, 283-0472.


The June 20 meeting at Desert Vista has a patriotic theme as it falls between Flag Day and July 4. There will be a contest and prize for the most creative patriotic outfit. The Incentive Box

drawing will also take place. Our program features UMC Doctors Hadley Johnson and Kavosh Rouhani who will discuss the basics of stress: its effects on daily life, ways to recognize when stress causes harm, and strategies to minimize that harm. A Q and A will follow. Doors at Desert Vista open at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins at 12:15 p.m. For additional Club information please contact Judy at 242-0727 or Dee at 719-599-7564.

Writer’s Workshop

If you enjoy writing for fun or aspire to publishing, you will enjoy the Writer's Workshop. We're a casual, supportive, friendly group representing the full range of writing experience from beginners to those who have published or seek to publish. Members write about their life experiences, creative or humorous stories, and more. There will also be speakers and tips to help maximize our writing abilities. Our meetings are held at the Pinnacle Meeting Room on the first three Mondays of every month, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Visitors are welcome on the first and third Mondays. Annual dues are $20. Hope to see you soon. For further information call President Maxine EngelMuccigrosso at 360-1863.


We now offer a variety of yoga classes! The quarterly fee for a 50-minute class is $30. For a 90- minute class, the fee is $45 per quarter. You can mix and match 50-minute and 90-minute classes. One time trial and drop-in fee is $3/$5. Personal checks or exact change please. For more information call Rudy 596-2681 or Tim 847-915-9601. Please contact Yoga Club Treasurer, Rosie Walisever (rosiewalisever@gmail.com), for details of payments for periods less than the quarter.

Zoom Zoom

Exercise in disguise! Have fun while burning a ton of calories without even knowing it! All classes at Sun Shadows. Ruth Cuti, licensed instructor teaches the following classes: Zumba® Toning - Monday at 10 a.m. - use light weights or toning sticks to work on specific muscle groups, reduce body fat, and improve balance. Zumba® - Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. - high and low intensity total body workout. Aqua Zumba® - Monday Wednesday Friday at 11 a.m. - use water resistance to work entire body, great for beginners, less impact on joints. Isabelita Adina, licensed instructor teaches Zumba® - Sunday at 11 a.m. Questions? Contact Kathy Mayer 314-952-6300. Try any class free. Fee schedule available at any class. Have fun, get fit, come to Zumba® class!



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Alaskan Plumbing Heating and Air – Senior Discounts.....803-3131

D&B Electric, serving Sun City since 1989. NVCL #87625..........327-5368 Fans, EV plugs & Ring cameras installed. Call Richard...........881-3641

On The Spot Air – Senior & Military Disc. Lic#00081009...713-7912

Simply AC, Heat & Plumbing Senior & Veteran Discount.........935-5992

We repair. Family operated. Wave Heating & Cooling.......881-4713


Don Barsky CPA (Ret.) IRS Registered, tax prep, SC res..........236-8205

Financial Advisors Craig & Jen Lyman.................309-9200

Mario Giannini, State Farm Insurance Agent............982-3300

Sunrise Notary & Virtual Asst. Svcs. Lic/Bonded/Ins....725-258-6265


A Handyman Dave, tile & all work, reasonable, 35 yrs. exp.....232-2510

A+ Liberty Handyman, call Steve for free est. Senior Discount......371-7499

Ace Handyman Svc, Lic/Ins, Prompt & Clean, 15% disc.....323-6431

& Maint. Lic#G66-1409 15% St. Disc....862-0283 LandTeck Irrigation & Landscape Svcs. Lic#79811 Free est....802-8974

AAA (PCI) Pest Control Inc. SC Res (2 Months FREE).......228-4394 It’s Your Bugman Pest Control, SC Res., Free 1st Service....341-9414 O’Kelly Sons Pest Control Inc. – $25 Monthly Coverage.....338-3365


Alaskan Plumbing Heating and Air – Senior Discounts.....803-3131 All Water Softener, Drinking Water Needs, Serv-All-Water...637-0400

Dignity Plumbing.................................840-8910

Simply AC, Heat & Plumbing Senior & Veteran Discount.........935-5992

Water Heaters and Emergency. Lic. Richard..................881-3641


Alex & Susan Greiner/Signature Realty Group...........434-5550

Anna & Anni, Roth & Koch Group BHHSNV..............277-2680

Donohue Team/Berkshire Hathaway...................494-9105


Local Transport: Airport, Dr. visits, Errands, Reliable. Claire..469-0818

Need a Ride? Call or Text Janine......................292-1953

Reliable Grocery Delivery. Call or text Stacey........509-833-9331

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Technical Appliance Repair......................715-1272
Senior Discount.
Half Price Handyman,
Lic/Ins ...............813-8762
A+ Insulation Specialist, SCS Discount – LV Attic Pros.....934-5966
West Blinds and Shutters. Est. 1992...............255-0502 Eclipse Solar Screens. Vet Owned/Lic. .................219-4282
Garage Door Service
Repair...............994-9798 Southwest Doors
Spartan Locksmith Safe Moving Sales
Srvc Sr Disc......969-9737 Swift Garage Door Repair – Full garage door service.......888-0085 Weatherguard Roofing•Repairs•Coatings Lic
Films LV, Security Film. Lic/Ins...........483-4394 LAWN CARE, TREE SERVICE & SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
Home Make-Overs – Lic & Ins. Call Richard..................881-3641 Jim the Solar Guy-Tesla, SunPower, Rec, and Qcell........759-5993 Metro Awnings-New Repair Recovers Retractable.........795-7787
Garage Door – Always Open!.................475-3554
Earthworks Landscaping – Sun City Specialist...........474-1599 EZE Superior Lawn Care Service & Tree Removal..............807-4217 Green LV Irrigation
Irrigation & Lighting. Senior Discount ..........339-4631 San Marcos Clean Up Specialist & Repair – Salvador.......468-6578 Woody’s Tree Service: Tree Removal & Trimming, 10% Disc....401-8285





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