Calorie-free Fun at Residents' Forum
When the weather changes to springtime warmth, the Residents’ Forum gets set to serve ice cream, and this Wednesday night volunteers welcome residents to the annual Ice Cream Social at 7 p.m. at Desert Vista. Pull on a pair of shorts and head up to meet your friends and neighbors at this popular bash! Your favorite sundae comes with all the trimmings. Remember to bring a few bucks to participate in the 50/50 raffle. Seating is first-come, first-served.
Miller's Tavern Loves Residents
Did you know that Sun City residents always get 15% off their bill at Miller’s Tavern at Palm Valley Golf Course? With the exception of happy hour pricing, residents can enjoy the discount off every check for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mark your calendar for these specialty dining nights throughout the month – Monday, tacos; Tuesday, meatloaf; Wednesday, fried rice; and Thursday, prime rib. On Friday, Miller’s gets jumping with live music from 3-6 p.m. Drop in and check it out!
Pool Cookout Starts Saturday at Noon
The Health & Fitness Department will celebrate the opening of outdoor pool season in Sun City with a cookout at the Desert Vista outdoor pool. The event, which was free to the first 100 residents who RSVP’d, gets underway from noon to 2 p.m. You bring your swimsuit, towel and sunscreen, SCSCAI’s Fitness Director Pam Shields and her posse will provide the music, festivity, hamburgers, chips and water.
Puttin' On a Show at Sun Shadows
Photos by Bryan Ross and Adrian Cole
Nothing says spring like flowers in bloom and the cacti at Sun Shadows are screaming, “Hello, Sunshine!” Fitness Monitor Bryan Ross and Sun City Link contributor Adrian Cole captured the stunning blooms last week and wanted to share the sight with their neighbors. Thanks for the photos, guys!
Mountain Shadows Fitness Center Renovation a Hit With Residents
SCSCAI’s Health & Fitness Director Pam Shields reports several positive comments from residents following the near-monthlong renovation of the Mountain Shadows Fitness Center. According to Pam, much of the feedback is a result of the space plan that has yielded more floor space for residents to work out. The new mat flooring also has been very well received, making for softer footing during workouts. If you like what you’ve seen so far, stay tuned as the new monitor’s station is soon to be revealed. The Health & Fitness Department wishes to thank all residents for their patience during the renovation. If you have a comment about the new design, be sure to let Pam and/or the Fitness Monitors know.
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