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TUESDAY NEWSDAY FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 22, 2016:

LINK ADVERTISER OF THE WEEK:
Rose's Helping Hands
Rose Manning •  702-463-9861

I retired years ago and have been living in Sun City Summerlin for the past nine years. A few years after retirement I found myself with nothing to do. What started out as doing small favors for friends has turned into a business opportunity that helps fill my days. I’m Rose Marie Manning and I am listed in the Link Service Directory under Rose’s Helping Hands & Hairdresser. I help clients with simple things around the house – driving them to doctors' appointments, picking up prescriptions, going to get groceries, etc. and, of course, hair. I also have some clients who have hired me to help fill their need for companionship – someone to chat with, go to the movies with or just out to eat. I understand that we’re not all fortunate enough to live near family, so I’m happy to help in any way I can. Call me today to see if my services fit your needs. 

To see previous Advertiser of the Week Spotlights, click here: Advertiser of the week
 

 

Projects Keep Golf Maintenance Department Busy



 

Highland Falls Hillside
Landscape improvements are being done at Highland Falls Golf Course along Hole No. 18. Ground work began on August 15, and the anticipated completion date is September 23. This hillside has been in need of a facelift for many years. The landscape is very much visible from the restaurant and pro shop. Our goal here is to provide an attractive landscape that will be pleasing to golfers, residents living adjacent to this landscape area and those visiting the restaurant. This project has been contracted out to Alliance Landscaping and Water Features at a cost of $239,400.

 

Palm Valley Bunkers
The bunker project at Palm Valley has begun. This project was approved by SCSCAI’s Board of Directors at the June 1 BOD meeting. The Golf Maintenance Department anticipated a start date of July 1, unfortunately we were not able to begin until August 15. The lack of available sand caused a delay in completing the bunker project at Highland Falls, so Palm Valley was postponed as a result. Many golfers and residents may have noticed the white liners that we have started to install at Palm Valley, which marks the first step in the process. Liners have been installed through Hole No. 5. Sand deliveries will begin August 22 and we will fill in the bunkers with new sand at that time.

By Brian Bagwell, general manager, golf maintenance department
Photos by Jeannette Carrillo/Link


Time to Sign Up for Fall Arts & Crafts Fair Is Thursday

On your mark, get set and go straight to Desert Vista on Thursday morning as early bird registration opens at 8 a.m. for artisans looking to secure a table at this year’s fall show. Sun City’s popular Fall Arts & Crafts Fair gets under way Saturday October 1, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Desert Vista. Registration is $25 per space with a two-space limit. The fee includes a 6-foot table and two chairs. Be aware that the signup line on Thursday could be long, so you may want to bring a fold-up chair to sit in while you hold your place in line.


King Vs. Cash Go Head to Head at Band Night


Doors Open at 7 p.m., Friday, at The Summit

The room may not be big enough for these two musical icons. But it sure will be a lot of fun to welcome Elvis and Johnny Cash tribute artists to The Summit for Band Night on Friday, August 26. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is $10 with a one-drink minimum. After that, get ready because you won’t have a chance to sit down all night as these two belt out hit after hit in dynamic battle-of-the-bands fashion. “CC Rider,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “That’s Alright Now, Mama” and more. If you have a pair of blue suede shoes, this would be the time to break them out!


Yellow Dot Can Save Your Life

Placing a Yellow Dot decal on your vehicle’s rear window can help save your life. In the event you are left unconscious following an auto accident, the decal will point first-responders to your glove compartment where vital medical information about you and your vehicle’s occupants can be found. Pick up a Yellow Dot kit from any social or fitness monitor, fill out the form, place the sticker and store the kit in your glove box. It’s that simple. Information available to first-responders includes the name/s of emergency contacts, medications you may be taking, allergies, medical conditions, the name of your doctor and your health insurance information.



Summit Breakfast Buffet Survey

To all Sun City Residents:

Many have suggested our beautiful Summit at the Pinnacle community center be utilized more often for the enjoyment of our residents and guests. The Association would like to poll our residents to find out if they would be interested and supportive of a Breakfast Buffet at The Summit.

To complete the brief 4-question survey, please click HERE.

 

LINK September Cover

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issue of the Link.


Moving/Estate Sales

Are now located on the Classifieds page.



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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
702-254-2303

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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