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ClearCaptions is an advanced telephone captioning service created by Purple Communications, Inc. As part of Title IV under the American Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), persons with hearing challenges are entitled to equivalent communication with persons who do not have the same issue. ClearCaptions is a certified Federal Communications Commission (FCC) telecommunications company that provides caption telephones to anyone in the United States with any type of a hearing loss. Our new Ensemble phone can help bridge the gap between missing words while having a phone conversation. This telephone with a built-in answering machine and speaker phone will aid users in regaining their independence by improving communications. ClearCaptions works to help customers qualify for a free telephone. For more information, contact Deborah Ace, territory manager Nevada, 305-1743. 
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Mark Your Calendar for Coffee With a Cop This Thursday, 9 a.m., Desert Vista


Concerned about what you can do to increase the safety around your home and while you're out and about? Then make plans to attend Coffee With a Cop on Thursday, May 26, 9-11 a.m., at Desert Vista. The event is presented by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. The event is designed as an open forum for residents to meet with and address officers on a one-to-one basis. There is no formal presentation with a Q&A planned. Doughnuts and coffee will be available.

Spring Garage Sale Set for Saturday


Sun City will hold its annual spring garage sale this Saturday, May 28, in the parking lot at Mountain Shadows. The event will run from 7 a.m. to noon. This year there will be an arts & crafts component added to the sale, which means a unique opportunity to cash in on real one-of-a-kind finds.

Enjoy a Free Slice of Watermelon


Sink your teeth into the juicy taste of summer Monday, May 30, when Tavern at the Falls and The Summit welcome diners with free watermelon available with the purchase of any entrée. Offer is valid while supplies last.

New Mountain Shadows TV Monitor
Keeps Residents in the Know


You’ve read about it in the Link, heard about it at the IT Committee meeting and now you can see it for yourself – the new events monitor at Mountain Shadows Community Center. Located inside the front entrance to the building, adjacent to the High Sierra Room, the 60-inch TV monitor welcomes visitors with news and information about the day’s activities at Mountain Shadows. You’ll also get to see what’s upcoming at the Starbright Theatre to help you plan your show ticket purchases. The monitor is in a testing phase and if well-received by residents, a similar system will be installed at other community and fitness centers.


Retirement Sendoff

Custodian Joe Ukken is surrounded by members of the Women’s Club, from right, President Judy Auerbach, Mary Ann Eldridge, Suzanne Bugg and Vice President Mary Hedin, following the Club’s monthly program on May 19. The ladies bid farewell to Joe, who marked his last day of employment with Sun City Summerlin that day. Joe, who started as a maître d’ at The Summit in 1997 transferred to the Maintenance Department, where he remained for 12 years assigned to Desert Vista. Over his tenure in Sun City Joe was named Employee of the Month two times. Joe said he will begin his retirement with a monthlong visit to his hometown of Kerala, India. Upon his return he will continue to travel, visiting family in California. Congratulations on your retirement, Joe!


Residents' Forum Welcomes Primary Candidates

Photos by Adrian Cole/Link

Thirty-one candidates vying for seats in the U.S. Congress, Senate and Clark County School District, in addition to local judiciary benches met with residents on Saturday during the Residents' Forum’s annual candidate mixer. According to Residents’ Forum Program Director Sue Papilion, “Senate candidate Tom Heck came up to me during the event to thank Sun City for putting on the program. He told me that after meeting with many Sun City residents this was the best stop on his campaign so far – where he had met the most people and received the most feedback.”
Current Residents’ Forum President Glenda Rogers says that the Forum has been sponsoring the candidates event for the last 10 years that she can remember.
It’s our only fundraiser with a fee for the candidates to participate,” Glenda said. “(In turn) every cent that is earned is returned to the Residents’ Forum throughout the year. The funds are used to subsidize the Forum’s monthly entertainment, educational seminars, music, parties and food. The Residents’ Forum does not charge a fee to attend the monthly get-togethers that are scheduled on the second Wednesday night of the month. All programs are presented for the benefit of the residents of Sun City.”
To see what’s coming up each month, residents should be sure to check the Link and the sandwich boards that are posted throughout the community. Next month, early voting heads into Sun City at Mountain Shadows and Desert Vista, June 4-5 and June 6-7, respectively.

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Sun City Watering Schedule

The landscape department has changed its watering schedule to spring watering. Turf will be watered every day as needed, with drip watered every other day as needed. All watering will be done at night.


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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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