Free Admission to Sunday Craft Show and Hug-a-Bear Drive
Go on a creative holiday shopping spree during the Craft Fair & Gift Show this Sunday, November 5, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., inside the Desert Vista ballroom. One-of-a-kind vendors sport their seasonal creations and the Hug-a-Bear drive goes into full force. Donate a new, 10-inch or larger stuffed animal and receive a free gift. Stuffed animals are given to children in hospitals and shelters in Las Vegas. A portion of vendor fees and raffles benefit Sir’s Rescue Rangers animal charity. The event is sponsored by LV Craft Shows.
Thinking of Running for the Board of Directors?
All homeowners in good standing are eligible to run for a seat on SCSCAI’s Board of Directors. The annual election takes place in February, however, the deadline to submit candidate statements is Thursday, November 30, 5 p.m., at the Administration office. This year there will be five open seats on the Board. For more information or election guidelines, be sure to check out Page 7 of the November Link, or call or visit the Administration office at Mountain Shadows (702-966-1401).
Church Offers Grief Support
Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 8601 Del Webb Blvd., offers a free grief support group for those seeking assistance dealing with the loss of a loved one. The group’s session runs through November 14, and people meet every Tuesday at 1 p.m. through November 14 inside the chapel. For questions, call Melody Edwards, 702-683-5189.
Classic Car Show a Photographers' Dream
Photos by Jeannette Carrillo/Link
It couldn’t have been a more perfect Saturday for Sun City Summerlin’s Classic Car Show that took place at Mountain Shadows. The weather hovered in the 80s and nary a breeze was felt. In year’s past, wind has been a force to be reckoned with for the show that takes place in late October. For resident organizers Dave Holman and Don Leeson, the show marked the end of nearly a year’s worth of planning that culminated in 120 vintage vehicles on display. Dave was pleased with the turnout, which, in addition to classic cars, sported various vendors, a veterans outreach group, raffle prizes, a silent auction and a display by TV personality Rick Dale of “Rick’s Restorations.” The car show was sponsored by SCSCAI’s Community Services Department, and CS Manager Melissa Spina said, “The event went very well. The volunteers did an amazing job, and it was a big job. We would like to thank all the volunteers in our community that helped make the Classic Car Show a great success. Thank you for our Security Patrol volunteers headed up by Silvia Lamay, and the Sun City Maintenance Department for their time and attention. Your time and energy resulted in making this event enjoyable for all who attended.”
Videos by Stu Gershon and Jeannette Carrillo, © October 2017, Link