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McMillan & McMillan Paint
McMillan Paint is family owned and operated with three generations of experience serving Sun City Summerlin. We specialize in exterior and interior preparation, repair and painting services. Whether it be stucco damage, wood replacement, hairline cracks, drywall repair or simply repainting your house, we’ve got it covered. We take a lot of pride in our work, making sure our customers are 100% satisfied with our services. We only use the best paints and materials made by America's top paint companies. When you trust your home to McMillan & McMillan Paint you are guaranteed the highest quality paint services. We know exactly which tools are required for each contract and provide free consultations about your indoor or outdoor painting needs before beginning the job.
Our promise to customers is: We'll make sure all color schemes are approved by the homeowner as well as your HOA and ARC. We will never rush an exterior or interior painting job. We will use only top quality paint and tools to complete your contract to your satisfaction. We will never leave any tools, stains or materials behind that you must clean up. We will always stand behind our work. Thinking about freshening up your home? Call McMillan & McMillan Paint today!
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11 Set to Run for SCSCAI’s Board of Directors

The following Sun City residents have notified the Association of their intention to run for SCSCAI's Board of Directors. There will be five open seats in the election that takes place on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.


Clockwise from top, Jim Akers, Bruce Alitt, Ken Caroccia, Leo Crawford, Barbara Holden, Marsha Klein,
Paul Madigan, Joe O'Connell, Ken Resnik, Jay Sesto and Gerry Sokolski.

Ms. Toscha Comeaus and Mr. Eric Vaughn


Join Sun City as it welcomes Ms. Toscha Comeaux and Mr. Eric Vaughn to the Summit
Toscha is arguably one of the finest and most versatile jazz and blues vocalists of our generation, while Eric is a brilliant artist who has played the piano the world over with the who’s who of jazz.
In addition to the music, enjoy a full bar, featuring wine, beer, soft drinks and specialty waters. Plus, on that night only, there will be two specialty coffee drinks available for purchase.
Join us and warm your soul … because baby, it’s cold outside
Introducing a new dessert menu

Get Ready to Clear Out Your Garage

The hazardous waste collection event returns to Sun City this Saturday, December 10, 10 a.m. to noon, at Mountain Shadows. The event is sponsored by Las Vegas City Councilman Stavros Anthony to help promote the safe disposal of unwanted household items. Acceptable items include paint, motor oil, car batteries, old cell phones, computer hard drives, old television sets and used syringes. Please be mindful of pedestrians while maneuvering the line through the parking lot as the area remains open.


Holiday Concerts Move Into the Starbright Theatre

Sun City Musicmakers presents “Gloria,” Saturday, December 10, and Sunday, December 11. Saturday show at 7 p.m.; Sunday performance is at 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 each.
A concert for the holidays, featuring Vivalid’s “Gloria in D.” Along with this beautiful piece there will be songs celebrating winter, Hanukkah and Christmas. There will be something for everyone, even a little sing-a-long.
Under the direction of Dennis Gazso and accompanist Eddie Fluellen, the Musicmakers always strives for excellence.
Tickets are available at, or at the social monitor stations, where you can buy them with cash or check.

K-9 Corps Volunteers Make It Official

Close to 40 Sun City residents and their canine partners turned out to receive their official K-9 Corps dog tag during the CPC/Neighborhood Watch event held on Wednesday, November 30, at Mountain Shadows. Sun City Summerlin’s K-9 Corps is an adjunct to the community’s Neighborhood Watch program, an effective crime-fighting tool offered to residents. If you are a pet owner who walks your neighborhood with a dog and would like to join Sun City’s K-9 Corps, we have a participating identification dog tag for your pet. We would like to give you the special red tag for your dog’s collar and an overview of the volunteer program.
For more information, plan to attend the next CPC meeting on Wednesday, December 7, 9 a.m. in the Desert Vista Committee Room. You also may contact
Karl Wiedemann, CPC/Neighborhood Watch chairman at 256-1944 or

Jeannette Carrillo and Ellen Greenspan/Link

Pickleball Tournament a Success

Right, Sun City Pickleball Club President Augie Costanzo opens the men's doubles competition on Saturday, December 3, at Desert Vista. The inaugural tournament welcomed players from Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Arkansas and Texas.


Sun City’s Pickleball Club welcomed nearly 100 players from neighboring states to its first-ever tournament that was held December 2-4 at Desert Vista. The tournament featured men’s and women’s singles and doubles, along with mixed play. The action got under way on Friday despite howling winds of up to 40 miles per hour. Over the weekend, tough competition could be spied on all 10 courts. While winning players collected medals for their top performances, it was perhaps the U.S. Marine Corps.' Toys for Tots program that reaped the overall prize. According to Sun City resident and Pickleball Club President Augie Costanzo, nearly $3,000 and a boxful of toys were collected for the charity. All proceeds generated by the $15 registration fee, along with donations made by generous residents, went straight to Toys For Tots. 

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Highland Falls Makes Playing Golf Easier

The staff at Highland Falls hopes to make playing the course a little easier by relocating its bag drop to the clubhouse entrance. Golfers may take advantage of the amenity as they are now able to drive to the top of the parking lot and drop off their bag/s before parking their car. The change was made to alleviate carrying bags up several flights of stairs on days when the parking lot is full.
NOTE: Sun City Summerllin is not responsible for lost or damaged items on unattended equipment.


LINK Cover December 2016

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Moving/Estate Sales

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Report Mail Theft Immediately

If you have been the victim of mail theft, the U.S. Postal Service needs your help. To report mail stolen from your home’s mailbox, or the large blue community mailboxes, call 877-876-2455. When reporting the crime, please be sure to provide as much information as possible regarding time, location and type of mail stolen. According to a local U.S. postal inspector, the more information a caller can provide, the better chance there is of solving the crime.

Call Security Patrol ASAP if You've Lost Your Dog/Cat

Security Patrol drivers cover the entire community, every day and night. They are the most likely source to find a lost pet and begin the process of reuniting it with its owner. If anyone spots a dog running loose, or if their own pet goes AWOL, they can escalate a happier story-ending by calling Security Patrol at 254-2303, right away.

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