PIANO MAN CELEBRATES NO. 2
Happy 2nd anniversary to Rod Ouano, who entertains residents and their guests every Sunday morning behind the keyboard during the weekly brunch at The Summit. Nearly 60 friends, fans and others showed up to celebrate Rod’s piano stylings on September 1. Rod lives in Sun City with his wife, Gloria, who provided an appropriately designed musical sheet cake for all to enjoy. An extremely talented musician, Rod has years of experience that easily allows him to meet diners’ requests without missing a beat. As for the Mickey Mouse Pez dispenser, it was presented to Rod by a fan, Men's Club President Alan Spector. If you didn't already know, Rod also makes up one part of The Summit Trio, an independent group of Sun City musicians, that provides musical entertainment at events throughout the community.
NOTE MEETING DATE CHANGE FOR FINANCE COMMITTEE
The date of this month’s Finance Committee meeting has changed from the date published in the September Link. Please note that the Finance Committee will convene on Thursday, September 26, 2 p.m., in the Committee Room at Desert Vista. If you are interested in how your assessments are allocated and how departments prepare their budgets, this would be a great meeting for you to attend. Doors open around 1:30 p.m.
CONGRATULATIONS, PAUL MADIGAN!
Sun City resident Paul Madigan took home a Link prize package, which included a Link T-shirt and a McDonald’s gift card after his Toyota pickup was published on Suncitylink.com in the magazine’s ongoing Spot the Dot sunshade promotion. Thanks to Paul for playing, and also for helping promote Sun City’s upcoming 30th birthday bash on Saturday, October 12. The red sun hat Paul is wearing will be free to residents who attend the celebration. The county-fair-themed event will feature giveaway hats in khaki, navy blue and red while supplies last
BREAKFAST WITH A SIDE OF AWESOME
SCSCAI Food & Beverage Department staff member Marilyn Campion captured this amazing photo from The Summit dining room before she began a recent shift. Everyone who has dined at The Summit knows it sports an unbelievable view of the valley’s skyline. But did you know it’s also a fantastic place to catch the sunrise? Thank you for sharing, Marilyn!
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