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Eucalyptus Home Care
Tel. # 534-6400  • Fax # 534-2649
9205 W. Russell Road, Building 3, Suite 240, Las Vegas, NV 89148  
Eucalyptus Home Care is a family owned and operated home care service provider that is set apart from other competitors. We offer an array of safe, private, one-on-one, skilled non-medical personal care services to our clients.  Our goal is to assist clients in achieving the maximum level of functioning and independence by individualizing their care plan using a multi-disciplinary approach. Our home care agency is managed under the supervision of our administrator, who is dedicated to patient safety and staff education. We are committed to making your life more comfortable in the privacy of your own home. We searched high and low for our caregivers. We don’t hire anyone whom we wouldn’t trust in our own homes to take care of our loved ones. We are proud to bring on board the most experienced, well-trained, kind hearted and trustworthy caregivers. We realize how hard it can be to have a complete stranger come into your home. That is why we make the screening and selection process of our caregivers a priority. All of our caregivers have been background-checked, bonded and insured, certified in personal care services, and trained to take care of patients needing a more complex level of non-medical care. Most importantly, our caregivers share the core value of our agency -- to deliver only the best quality of care by incorporating exceptional skills with a passion to nurture and advocate. 
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Renovation of Highland Falls' Practice Area Begins


Dirt, sod and more began to turn Monday, May 2, at Highland Falls Golf Course as the renovation of the main putting areas and driving range began to take shape. The project, which was approved by SCSCAI’s Board of Directors in April, is scheduled to run through June 30. SCSCAI has contracted with Turf Tech Inc., a landscape and golf services company located in Boulder City, for the work. The Highland Falls Golf Course will remain open for business during the renovation, however, the two main practice areas will be closed to all golfers. The small putting green located to the side of the cart barn will remain open. Due to the inconvenience, any golfer with a scheduled tee time at Highland Falls will receive one free small bucket of balls at either Palm Valley or Eagle Crest golf courses.  

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Follow the Signs to the Link Office at Mountain Shadows


Two new parking lot directional signs help point the way to the Link office. The signs, installed last week, are intended to assist residents and advertisers in finding the Link office at Mountain Shadows. The Link office moved to the Mountain Shadows Community Center from Desert Vista nearly a year ago, but remains tough to find. For a more detailed map of the Link’s location, visit and click on the “Where to find us” link at the top of the page.

Silvertones Set for Weekend Concerts

Sun City’s Silvertones invites residents and their guests to its annual spring concerts this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 7-8. The Silvertones will present “Everything’s Coming Up Broadway” at the Starbright Theatre, with shows staring at 7 and 2 p.m., respectively. Tickets are $10 each. A few song favorites will include “Rhythm of Life,” “What I Did for Love” and “Get Me to the Church on Time.”

Spring Garage Sale Rescheduled for Saturday, May 28

Mother Nature may have had her way on Saturday, April 30, drenching Sun City in rain most of the day and forcing the cancellation of the popular community garage sale, but the office of Community Services is devoted to ensuring the event happens this season. If you purchased a space to sell some of your household items, you're in luck. Your receipt guarantees you a space at the rescheduled event. Even better, the Spring Garage Sale and Arts & Crafts Sale will take place on Saturday, May 28, 7 a.m. to noon, over the Memorial Day weekend. If you were contemplating purchasing a spot for the rained-out sale, then now's your chance to buy a space for the new date. Because nothing brings out shoppers more than a holiday weekend! ($30 per space for sellers; $10 to rent a 6-foot table and two chairs). For information, call 363-3581.

LOST: Desert Tortoise Near Darby Falls and Button Willow Drives

RuthAnn Moore is asking residents to keep an eye out for her desert tortoise who went missing last fall. RuthAnn has had the tortoise as a pet for 17 years and would really like to have the big guy back safe and sound. RuthAnn said that her tortoise was last spotted near Darby Falls and Button Willow drives. When first reported missing, the tortoise may have been settling in for hibernation. But now that spring has sprung, he’s sure to be out and about. If you spot him, please call RuthAnn at 661-618-1613.




The May issue’s Pet Policy story listed five dog parks adjacent to Sun City Summerlin where residents can let their dogs roam off leash. Oxford Park, located at 700 Anasazi Drive, was incorrectly included on the list. Oxford Park is a private park owned by the Summerlin Council and is maintained through the monthly assessments paid by the residents of Summerlin’s master association. It is not a public dog park. The Link corrects mistakes. If you discover an error in reporting, please email Jeannette Carrillo, Link managing editor, at


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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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